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New Oxford Notes: July-August 2006

Learning From Jesus How to Be An Effective Military Leader

"When things get extremely hectic, it may be time to consider taking an afternoon to play golf." Huh?

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A Massive Failure to Teach Catholic Truth

How many sermons have you heard against shacking-up, divorce, or homosexuality? Most of our priests are rank cowards.

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Everyone Is Intolerant At Some Point

The National Catholic Reporter is mighty worried about the possibility of the Society of St. Pius X reconciling with Rome.

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Would 'Compulsion' Be Hell?

The Catholic Confessional State might not resemble Heaven, but it certainly would not resemble Hell.

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Bishop Morlino Discusses the 'Dictatorship of Relativism'

If there is no objective or absolute religion in civil society, you really can't complain about moral relativism.

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