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New Oxford Notes: February 2002

The All-Wise Laity & Their Cheerleaders in the Priesthood

The battle for the Catholic mind continues. And don't think, dear reader, that it isn't a battle!

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Inspiration for (Uncommitted) Partners?

Good golly, we've been duped again by relationship politics.

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On the Road to Oblivion.

When fewer and fewer men enter a profession, does it become marginalized?

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Priestesses Would Be Unfeminist?

There are many good reasons why the Church does not ordain women to the priesthood. There are also some screwy reasons floating around.

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