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New Oxford Notes: February 2001

Why No Call for Dialogue With "Homophobes"?

America magazine continues its campaign to subvert Catholic teaching on homosexuality.

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Let's Have More Loneliness!

Is this a problem with "homosexual priests"? Not really, concludes Fr. James Martin.

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"Gay" Priests Set the Tone

Fr. Paul Shaughnessy blows the lid off the homosexualist subculture in the priesthood.

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Bow Down & Worship Me!

It's all the rage now among liberal Catholics to say that Jesus is present in the congregation.

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