New Oxford Notes: April 2001
Kris Berggren has plenty of support for her experiment in androgyny.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
Put Not Your Trust In Vice Princesses
No one has ever said the NEW OXFORD REVIEW is the Republican Party at prayer.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
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.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
Berkeley Professor Wants More Catholics to Get Divorced
America magazine is unhappy with Catholic teaching on "remarriage."READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
Folks, Here Are Your Orders
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