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New Oxford Notes: December 2000

Koanfusion Is the Only Solution

The ACLU wnats to knock down Ohio's state motto, "With God All Things Are Possible."

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A Time Out for Time Magazine

Don't think for a minute, dear reader, that Time is on our side.

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In a Divided Church, Even "Unity" Is Divisive

Why the Register fails to controvert dissent and identify dissenters.

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If the Church Won't Censor It, Just Turn Off Your Hearing Aid!

Mary Sunshine is upset that Ephesians 5:21-32 is read in church.

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Clueless in Rochester

Most diocesan papers are having a rough go of it in terms of readership these days.

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Let's Admit It: The Anti-Catholics Are Right!

Would excommunication "deter" pro-abortion Catholic politicians?

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Hope for Housewives — Or Dishonor?

A Nobel Prize-winning economist equates homemaking with poverty.

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"Follow Me, & I Will Make You Fishers of Full Human Development"

Most Catholic missionaries are now glorified Peace Corps personnel.

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When Will the Defiance End?

The Catholic Church has nothing to learn from other religions doctrinally.

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