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New Oxford Notes: February 2006

Amy Has Seen the Light (& the Darkness)

Blog matron Amy Welborn has now become an expert on the presence of gay subscultures in Catholic seminaries.

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"Grandfathering" Gay Priests

Curiously, one doesn't say "grandmothered." Had the term been "grandmothered," it would certainly have been banned by the Language Nazis.

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Can You Imagine?

If Muslim women in India can protest condomania culture, why can't Catholics do the same thing in the United States of America?

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Who's Malicious?

Fr. Neuhaus, first take the log out of your own eye, and then you will see clearly to take the speck out of your brother's eye.

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