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New Oxford Notes: February 2008

The Future Has Arrived

The Tridentine Latin Mass is "catching on among young Catholics.... it is a hit with younger priests and their parishioners."

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A Perplexing Political Potpourri

The U.S. bishops have buried the burning political issues of the day under an avalanche of lesser considerations.

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The Emasculate and Effeminate Priesthood

A manly man wants to do manly things -- he doesn't secretly wish to be a nursing mother. An effeminate man does!

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Prostitutes in Portsmouth?

Bishop Crispian Hollis wants to legalize brothels. But, says Bishop Hollis, "that's not to say that I approve of prostitution."

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'Rebellion Against the Pope'

A number of English bishops, including the Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster, is displeased with Summorum Pontificum.

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