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New Oxford Notes: July-August 2001

Vengeance Is NOT Mine, Says "the Lord"

The Oklahoma City bomber and his 168 victims are going straight to heaven -- so says Fr. Ron Ashmore.

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To Be Porn-Free Is to Be Second Class?

The American Library Association has filed a lawsuit to block the Children's Internet Protection Act.

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In Praise of "Coming Out" (Or: You Tell & We'll Ask)

There's a debate taking place in the Church as to whether homosexual teachers in Catholic schools should "come out."

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Opposed to Abortion, But…

There is no disjunction between "opposing abortion" and being "a voice of peace, justice and compassion."

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"More Egocentric Than Theocentric"

Message to dejected Catholics: Don't jump ship. Gird up your loins. Stay and fight.

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