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New Oxford Notes: January-February 2013

Dispatch from the Lunatic Fringe

Idolizers of Vatican II hold an 'anti-spirit' of the Council, according to which everything that is 'new' is always better than what has been or what is.

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Hollow Theology

While Catholic colleges have stronger core requirements than their secular counterparts, most have abolished requirements for students to take Catholic theology courses.

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Sexual Sanity on the Dark Continent

Two tribes in remote areas of the Central African Republic demonstrate sexual ethics that dovetail well with Church teaching and do not include homosexual acts and masturbation.

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