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New Oxford Notes: December 1999

Rome — or Beach Blanket Babylon

Get rid of 'Rome' and what will be left in the end is California.

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Catholicism Is Y2K-Compliant

Unlike the computer, the Church won't confuse one century with another.

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But Are Catholics B.C./A.D.-Compliant?

Before the "Common Era," did mankind live in an uncommon era?

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Where Charity & Love Prevail

Everyone welcomed. No questions asked.

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Speak Ye Uncomfortably to Jerusalem

"Harden not your hearts! And soften not your seats."

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Billy Graham's Crumbling Journalistic Legacy

Is Christianity Today going homosexualist?

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Number One in Spirituality?

I'm Fr. Tops, the best spiritual director in America. (No confessions, please.)

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Sweet Lullaby?

Anglo-Catholicism was a victim of its own success

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