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The Americanization of the Globe

It is in the economic and political interests of the U.S. to ensure the world’s common language is English, and common standards are American.

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A Mathematical Analysis of the Qur’an

Texts have a “signature,” or a kind of DNA, that allows us to determine whether a book was written by one or several authors. The…

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Man’s Natural Aptitude for the Divine

Willa Cather, in Death Comes for the Archbishop, offers a clear literary portrait of a man who sees the divine in the ordinary.

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In The News

MORNING MUST-READS
Fire engulfs 163-year-old Catholic church in Scotland

Two days after priest was attacked in Edinburgh cathedral

Panel with prelates discusses document on Eucharist

At Georgetown U.; call for unity, avoidance of public fight

N. Ireland bishops: Abortion intervention is ‘disquieting'

Rap UK government's unilateral imposition of 'unjust law'

Cincinnati officials weigh Legionaries house purchase

Neighbors question zoning change, cite pedophilia issue

3,685 women religious urge Senate to pass voting bill

Cite 'partisan obstacles' & attempts to 'suppress' vote

Cameroon boasts plentiful ordinations & seminarians

In West African country of 25M people, 38% are Catholic

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Fire engulfs 163-year-old Catholic church in Scotland

Two days after priest was attacked in Edinburgh cathedral

Panel with prelates discusses document on Eucharist

At Georgetown U.; call for unity, avoidance of public fight

N. Ireland bishops: Abortion intervention is ‘disquieting'

Rap UK government's unilateral imposition of 'unjust law'

Cincinnati officials weigh Legionaries house purchase

Neighbors question zoning change, cite pedophilia issue

3,685 women religious urge Senate to pass voting bill

Cite 'partisan obstacles' & attempts to 'suppress' vote

Cameroon boasts plentiful ordinations & seminarians

In West African country of 25M people, 38% are Catholic

VIEW ARCHIVE

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Latin Mass

At Mass, Actions Speak Louder Than Words... Where Has All the Latin Gone?... The New Mass Just Can't Be Fixed...

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Liturgy, Liturgical Rites & Devotions

Liturgy that Speaks to the Soul... Altar Boys: The Problem or the Solution?... Turning Catholics Into a Stiff-Kneed People...

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Political Correctness

The Unbearable Whiteness of Being... The Fraudsters of Islamophobia... Don't Call It 'Adultery,' Call It 'Loving More'... and more

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The Way Out

By Richard DellOrfano
July 29th 2021 7:02 PM

Self-anointed prophets have often attempted to pinpoint doomsday. They were obviously wrong. But now, the prophets of scientism are speculating that Earth is due for…

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COVID Data Update

By Barbara Rose
July 28th 2021 3:45 PM

A year and a half of COVID-time has passed, so it's time for a data update. All along some medical professionals have warned that the…

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Prayer for the Pope

By James Hanink
July 26th 2021 2:07 PM

David, now a seminary professor and the father of a large family, was among the very best of my students. He introduced our family to…

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Pope St. John Paul II

Kindred Spirits, Fellow Victors... The Pope as Playwright... Neither East nor West: On the Pope's Radical New Encyclical...

St. John Henry Cardinal Newman

The Two Worlds of John Henry Newman… Newman's Advice to Anglo-Catholics… Newman’s Prophetic Challenge to Clericalism…

Dorothy Day & the Catholic Worker

No Catholic Church, No Dorothy Day… The Catholic Worker: Is It Still Catholic?... The Gentle Catholic Radicalism of Peter Maurin… more

Flannery O'Connor

Fragmented Lives of Incomplete Reckoning... Tyranny of the Perverse Will... From the Grotesque to Love... Flannery O’Connor: And Her Own Received Her Not... and more

Stand up and defend your faith.

Culture is shifting, but you can count on The New Oxford Review for an unwavering Catholic point of view. The message of the Church is easily muddled in today’s increasingly hostile, secular culture. We understand what’s coming at you, and we have articles and resources to help you defend your faith and grow in your understanding of Catholic teachings.

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Front & Center

The Americanization of the Globe

It is in the economic and political interests of the U.S. to ensure the world’s common language is English, and common standards are American.

READ ARTICLE
A Mathematical Analysis of the Qur’an

Texts have a “signature,” or a kind of DNA, that allows us to determine whether a book was written by one or several authors. The…

READ ARTICLE
Man’s Natural Aptitude for the Divine

Willa Cather, in Death Comes for the Archbishop, offers a clear literary portrait of a man who sees the divine in the ordinary.

READ ARTICLE

In The News

MORNING MUST-READS
Fire engulfs 163-year-old Catholic church in Scotland

Two days after priest was attacked in Edinburgh cathedral

Panel with prelates discusses document on Eucharist

At Georgetown U.; call for unity, avoidance of public fight

N. Ireland bishops: Abortion intervention is ‘disquieting'

Rap UK government's unilateral imposition of 'unjust law'

Cincinnati officials weigh Legionaries house purchase

Neighbors question zoning change, cite pedophilia issue

3,685 women religious urge Senate to pass voting bill

Cite 'partisan obstacles' & attempts to 'suppress' vote

Cameroon boasts plentiful ordinations & seminarians

In West African country of 25M people, 38% are Catholic

VIEW ARCHIVE
Fire engulfs 163-year-old Catholic church in Scotland

Two days after priest was attacked in Edinburgh cathedral

Panel with prelates discusses document on Eucharist

At Georgetown U.; call for unity, avoidance of public fight

N. Ireland bishops: Abortion intervention is ‘disquieting'

Rap UK government's unilateral imposition of 'unjust law'

Cincinnati officials weigh Legionaries house purchase

Neighbors question zoning change, cite pedophilia issue

3,685 women religious urge Senate to pass voting bill

Cite 'partisan obstacles' & attempts to 'suppress' vote

Cameroon boasts plentiful ordinations & seminarians

In West African country of 25M people, 38% are Catholic

VIEW ARCHIVE

The Narthex

The New Oxford Blog

The Way Out

July 29th 2021 7:02 PM

Self-anointed prophets have often attempted to pinpoint doomsday. They were obviously wrong. But now, the prophets of scientism are speculating…

READ MORE ON THIS BLOG POST

COVID Data Update

July 28th 2021 3:45 PM

A year and a half of COVID-time has passed, so it's time for a data update. All along some medical…

READ MORE ON THIS BLOG POST

Prayer for the Pope

July 26th 2021 2:07 PM

David, now a seminary professor and the father of a large family, was among the very best of my students.…

READ MORE ON THIS BLOG POST
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Topics

From the NOR Dossiers
Latin Mass

At Mass, Actions Speak Louder Than Words... Where Has All the Latin Gone?... The New Mass Just Can't Be Fixed...

VIEW DOSSIER
Liturgy, Liturgical Rites & Devotions

Liturgy that Speaks to the Soul... Altar Boys: The Problem or the Solution?... Turning Catholics Into a Stiff-Kneed People...

VIEW DOSSIER
Political Correctness

The Unbearable Whiteness of Being... The Fraudsters of Islamophobia... Don't Call It 'Adultery,' Call It 'Loving More'... and more

VIEW DOSSIER

Stand up and defend your faith.

Culture is shifting, but you can count on The New Oxford Review for an unwavering Catholic point of view. The message of the Church is easily muddled in today’s increasingly hostile, secular culture. We understand what’s coming at you, and we have articles and resources to help you defend your faith and grow in your understanding of Catholic teachings.

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