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New Oxford Notes: June 2003

The Waning Legacy of Cardinal Bernardin

The Seamless Garment Network has changed its name.

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The Exclusivity of the "Gospel of Inclusion"

Well, we take our hats off, left-handedly, to Bishop Carlton Pearson.

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"I'm Afraid of What People Will Think…"

Angela Watrous's theology: God loves people "regardless of whom they slept with."

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Pictures at an Exhibitionist Protest

The first casualty of antiwar protests is traffic.

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Is Vatican II Ancient History?

"What might have happened if, instead of Karol Wojtyla, the conclave had chosen a different man, someone who took the name Pius XIII?

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Opium for Catholics

Karl Marx was wrong about a lot of things, but his rebuke to religion carried a kernel of truth.

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What About Predator Lesbian Nuns?

It would appear that sexual license in women's religious orders is much worse than among priests.

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