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New Oxford Notes: April 2001

Breeding Sissies

Kris Berggren has plenty of support for her experiment in androgyny.

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Put Not Your Trust In Vice Princesses

No one has ever said the NEW OXFORD REVIEW is the Republican Party at prayer.

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The Separation of Church and Plate

You may be about to take a bite out of your Catholic heritage and fill up on Protestant individualism.

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Berkeley Professor Wants More Catholics to Get Divorced

America magazine is unhappy with Catholic teaching on "remarriage."

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Folks, Here Are Your Orders

Was Hans Urs von Balthasar really as goofy as his fans make him sound?

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Diversity Trumps The Eucharistic Christ

Five-year-old Jennifer Richardson of Natick, Mass., has celiac disease.

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