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New Oxford Notes: December 2002

It Could Be Worse

The Youth Group in evangelical Protestantism is in deep trouble.

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Becoming the Lutheran He Was?

Fr. Neuhaus has a habit of taking away with his left hand what he has given with his right.

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Campion College Hits The Ground Running

We thought we'd share the results of our espionage at the new college with you, our readers.

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If You Want to Help Your Miseducated Priest…

We are pleased to be able to recommend a fine orthodox Catholic commentary on the New Testament called The Navarre Bible.

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