New Oxford Notes: December 1999
Rome — or Beach Blanket Babylon
Get rid of 'Rome' and what will be left in the end is California.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
Catholicism Is Y2K-Compliant
Unlike the computer, the Church won't confuse one century with another.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
But Are Catholics B.C./A.D.-Compliant?
Before the "Common Era," did mankind live in an uncommon era?READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
Speak Ye Uncomfortably to Jerusalem
"Harden not your hearts! And soften not your seats."READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
Billy Graham's Crumbling Journalistic Legacy
Is Christianity Today going homosexualist?READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
Number One in Spirituality?
I'm Fr. Tops, the best spiritual director in America. (No confessions, please.)READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
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