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New Oxford Notes: June 2000

Lame Excuse

Horoscopes are "not acceptable for anyone or anything affiliated with Catholicism"

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"It's a Dog's Life"?

Surely the murder of one of God's furry creatures is cause for outcry.

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Idiocy Undisturbed

The complete idiot's guide to misunderstanding Catholicism

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Some Are More Diverse Than Others

Too many seminarians these days are too outspokenly traditional.

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The Chickens Come Home to Roost

Andrew Greeley says we now "have a priesthood which is substantially gay."

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Clerical Privilege: Back With a Vengeance?

How far is OSV willing to go in giving priests immunity from criticism?

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An Apology for the Crucifixion?

Why haven't we heard any apology for the Crucifixion from world Judaism?

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