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New Oxford Notes: June 2002

Priestly Pedophilia: Will Good PR Fix It?

OSV's Msgr. Owen F. Campion informs us that PR is really what it's all about.

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Spreading the Disease

A pervasive modern sentiment suggests that "each person has an inalienable right to be considered good, however he behaves."

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The Laity Out There In the Peanut Gallery

When you shoot from the hip you can shoot yourself in the foot. Just ask Fr. Neuhaus.

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Here Come the (Canon) Lawyers

What doth it profit a man if he gains his rights and loses his own soul?

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