New Oxford Notes: July/August 2005
Reading Between the Lines
Bishop Mulvee hopes that Benedict XVI will "unite the entire church."READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
"My Friend Benedict XVI"
"Fr. Fessio's total media saturation on 'my friend Ratzinger' is getting a bit annoying."READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
The Same Old Song & Dance
America magazine (again) calls for an "open discussion" of "birth control, divorce, women priests,...homosexuality..."READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
A Machiavellian Misfire?
The Legion of Christ claims the Vatican has dropped its investigation of its founder - but is it true?READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
Liberal Catholic Father, Muslim Son
Marquette U. theologian Daniel McGuire's "faith" didn't stick to his son.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
Now They Tell You! (Part III)
Crisis magazine argues that overturning Roe v. Wade "will only embed abortion further."READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
"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.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
America's Increasingly Feminist and Homosexual Military
Bush's military isn't reconsidering the feminist experiment devised under Bill Clinton; it is completing it.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
A Heart of Gold
Despite his bizarre theology, at least Bishop Gumbleton practices what he preaches.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
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