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New Oxford Notes: January 2001

Feminism in the Service of Exploitation

The splashy success of The Vagina Monologues simply requires comment.

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Fetch Your Pooper-Scooper!

Msgr. Mannion tells us that it's just fine to call Jesus "mother."

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Evangelicals Have "Made It" — Onto the Slippery Slope

They are becoming squishy soft on the issue of homosexuality.

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Bacterial Roulette

God won't let you catch anything from the chalice? Unfortunately that is untrue, explains a young priest.

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