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New Oxford Notes: April 2000

Degenerate Priests — Deal With the Problem, Please!

Why does the conservative Catholic media pooh-pooh reality?

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You Can't Have It Both Ways

Let Rome be Rome, and let the ecumenical chips fall where they may.

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Another Missing Link

Catholics, pay attention! Commonweal stumps for Darwinism.

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Who's Afraid of the Southern Baptists?

It's no mystery why the Southern Baptists have been growing: They evangelize.

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Do as Mother Would Do

Msgr. Mannion's mother isn't afraid to offend people, so why is he?

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