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New Oxford Notes: February 2000

Our Vast Pudding, Who Art in Heaven, Muddled Be Thy Name…

Promiscuous fuzzing of images and programmatic neutering of prayers

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Every Man a King

God is not pudding-ish but personal

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Give an Inch & They'll Grab for the Whole Nine Yards

Commonweal asks if the Church can "confess" doctrinal errors.

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When the Wedding Bell Rings Marriage's Knell

Invent your own ceremony, write your own vows, and ordain your own minister.

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Multiple-Choice Question

Is Fr. Maciel thoughtlessly pandering to the Zeitgeist?

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God, the Original Hate Criminal

"The wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and wickedness of men."

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