New Oxford Notes: December 2006
Our Churches Will Be Empty -- Part II
"It is our duty to be vigilant... Because, in the end, the people will assist at the Tridentine Mass and our churches will empty."READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
The Ridiculous Joan Chittister
Sr. Joan Chittister says that "nuns should not be discouraged by their falling number" despite the fact they're going extinct.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
An Update on Fr. Timothy Radcliffe
The former Dominican Master General says Catholics need to stretch their minds by reading gay novels, having gay friends and listening to them.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
It's Good For Business
"Gay consumers are wealthier than average, and loyal to brands that they perceive as gay-friendly," according to Reuters.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
'Crisis' magazine calls for an end to "political mudslinging" and "political vitriol" -- meaning criticism of Bush's war in Iraq.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
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In a place where young minds are supposed to be in training, the bodies are apparently active and the minds are apparently unengaged.