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New Oxford Notes: July-August 2004

The Ax Falls

The Catholic Library Association has decided to drop the New Oxford Review.

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A Dirty Little Secret

U.S. Liberal Catholics are opposed to immigration of Catholic priests.

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Why Won't Our Bishops Solve the "Gay" Priest Problem?

Uh, well... maybe because they're part of the problem

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Glass Houses

What gives Crisis magazine the freedom to tell people how to vote?

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So Transparent

Deal Hudson wants bishops to forget about pro-abortion politicians

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Charity Case

California Supreme Court rules Catholic Charities not Catholic

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"A Striking Rejection of Magisterial Teaching"?

Dear Fr. Neuhaus, ecumenical dialogue is not magisterial teaching

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