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New Oxford Notes: July/August 2005

Reading Between the Lines

Bishop Mulvee hopes that Benedict XVI will "unite the entire church."

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"My Friend Benedict XVI"

"Fr. Fessio's total media saturation on 'my friend Ratzinger' is getting a bit annoying."

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The Same Old Song & Dance

America magazine (again) calls for an "open discussion" of "birth control, divorce, women priests,...homosexuality..."

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A Machiavellian Misfire?

The Legion of Christ claims the Vatican has dropped its investigation of its founder - but is it true?

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Liberal Catholic Father, Muslim Son

Marquette U. theologian Daniel McGuire's "faith" didn't stick to his son.

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Now They Tell You! (Part III)

Crisis magazine argues that overturning Roe v. Wade "will only embed abortion further."

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"The Real Post-Conciliar Reforms"?

We can think of a few things that Vatican II did that were good and necessary - but only a few.

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America's Increasingly Feminist and Homosexual Military

Bush's military isn't reconsidering the feminist experiment devised under Bill Clinton; it is completing it.

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A Heart of Gold

Despite his bizarre theology, at least Bishop Gumbleton practices what he preaches.

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