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New Oxford Notes: June 2001

More Sensitive Than Thou

Use of the word Pharisee is "an old Christian parody"?

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One More Caught in the Dragnet

Our Sunday Visitor charges that the NOR "vilified" Neuhaus.

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"Beauty": An Ugly Excuse for Copping Out

Gregory Wolfe says he came to discover that modernity is more "complex" than he had thought.

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"Barbaric," They Say

We don't see how any employer with a conscience could hire a woman who's killed her unborn baby to advance her career.

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Going to India Without Really Leaving Kansas City

National Catholic Reporter publisher admits he doesn't believe in Hell.

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