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New Oxford Notes: December 2004

Sheer Idolatry

Crisis makes "The Case for the American Empire"

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Special Rights & Rites

Dear Bishop, Why not have a "Fornicators' Mass?"

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How to Become an Atheist

To conceive of God as your Mother is a great way to lose your faith

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Why There's Not Much Point In Being a Christian

OSV's Msgr. Mannion is at it again with goofy answers

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You Rude Man, You Hurt Her Feelings!

Call me a name, and you've wounded my self-esteem.

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