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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."

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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.

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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.

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It's Good For Business

"Gay consumers are wealthier than average, and loyal to brands that they perceive as gay-friendly," according to Reuters.

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Mudslinging

'Crisis' magazine calls for an end to "political mudslinging" and "political vitriol" -- meaning criticism of Bush's war in Iraq.

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The Theocons

Is "theoconservativism" the revolutionary religious idea that is transforming the political and cultural landscape of our time?

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