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New Oxford Notes: December 2008

Paying Homage to the Monkey God

Religious food seers and their followers may be surprised to learn that it's not just Jesus and Mary who appear in perishable items.

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Space Invaders

"Diversity is the hallmark of our nation. It is increasingly evident that our diversity includes differences in sexual orientation."

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The Enemy Within

Why are wealthy bankers being handed golden government parachutes while our neighbors who are being foreclosed are kicked to the curb?

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'Inquiry' Shall Set Us Free?

Should Catholics try to convert Muslims? This has been a thorny question since the promulgation of Nostra Aetate.

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