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New Oxford Notes: December 2007

Archbishop Niederauer's Eucharistic Moment

What happens when the Archbishop of San Francisco comes face-to-face with costumed blasphemers? He gives them Communion.

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The Dutch Are At It Again

The Dominicans in the Netherlands are agitating to open the priesthood to homosexuals, women, and married men.

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Clandestine 'Communion'

Why does the Anglican Archbishop of Canterbury feel it necessary to hold a "secret" Communion service with gay clergy?

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Do Not Make Me a Gentile

The following blessing is recited every day by Jews: "Blessed are You, L-rd our G-d, King of the Universe, who did not make me a Gentile."

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An Unknown Hero Has Been Beatified

Becasue Franz Jagerstatter refused to serve in Hitler's army he was beheaded in Berlin's Brandenburg Prison on August 9, 1943.

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Fox TV Is Violent, Profane & Obscene

Fox TV, the neocons' heaviest cultural artillery, has done some of the greatest damage to the conservative cause in the culture wars.

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The Department of Defense -- Porn Trafficker

The Department of Defense wants to sell pornography, and even though the law prohibits them, they found a way to do it.

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Once a Prima Donna, Always a Prima Donna?

Look who's back -- and he's pontificating again. Like a moth to a flame, it seems Deal Hudson can't keep himself away from the limelight.

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