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New Oxford Notes: January 2004

Special Breeds & Lesser Breeds

It would appear that homosexuals are a special breed entitled to special privileges in the Episcopal Church.

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Democracy, Anyone?

Democratizing the hierarchal structure of the Church is a pet project of liberal Catholics.

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How Many of Our Priests Are Leading Secret Lives?

Some Catholics believe in universal salvation because they refuse to give up their sins.

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Priestly Pedophilia: Soul-Murders or Merely "Incidents"?

Bishop Moynihan, your Freudian slip is showing.

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God the Father, the Elephantine God — Whatever

There are still Catholic bishops who believe that a Third Vatican Council could authorize priestesses and bishopettes.

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The "New Springtime" for the Church Is a Long Ways Off

A new book tells the story of the calamitous decline of the Catholic Church in America since 1965.

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"Be Not a Troublemaker"

How CUF became the bishops' friend.

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