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New Oxford Notes: December 2003

"I Learned That I Need to Keep My Mouth Shut"

Fr. John J. Pasquini was relieved of his duties for publicly condemning homosexuality.

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Could Jennifer Granholm Be the St. Thomas More of Our Times?

The Diocese of Lansing, has a lovely puff piece for Jennifer Granholm, the pro-abortion Catholic Governor of Michigan.

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"A Minor Kerfuffle"

Poor Deal Hudson, he feels left out - as he should be.

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Telephone Skills — And Other Classes for Women

These training courses are definitely politically incorrect — and certain readers of the fair sex might find them over the top.

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