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."READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
A Time Out for Time Magazine
Don't think for a minute, dear reader, that Time is on our side.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
In a Divided Church, Even "Unity" Is Divisive
Why the Register fails to controvert dissent and identify dissenters.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
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.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
Clueless in Rochester
Most diocesan papers are having a rough go of it in terms of readership these days.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
Let's Admit It: The Anti-Catholics Are Right!
Would excommunication "deter" pro-abortion Catholic politicians?READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
Hope for Housewives — Or Dishonor?
A Nobel Prize-winning economist equates homemaking with poverty.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
"Follow Me, & I Will Make You Fishers of Full Human Development"
Most Catholic missionaries are now glorified Peace Corps personnel.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
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