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New Oxford Notes: June 2007

A Double Standard

In the wake of the Imus affair: Either there should be freedom of speech for everyone, or there should be censorship for most everyone.

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We Are Grateful That Partial-Birth Abortion Has Been Outlawed, But...

We are grateful that partial-birth abortion has been outlawed, but we recognize that not one baby will be saved by this decision.

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The U.S. Catholic Church Is Sinking Fast

Whatever happened to the "Springtime of the Faith"? No springtime here. Actually, the forecast calls for an extended winter.

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'If I Ruled the World, It Would Be a Better Place'

Many trace the the dramatic upsurge of narcissism among the younger generation back to the "self-esteem movement" of the 1980s.

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The Love of God Is Like...

Heaven is often compared to a lavish banquet. But somehow we can't imagine that it involves toilet paper and balloons.

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Sean Hannity Promotes Contraception, Abortion & War

Neocon Catholic Sean Hannity supports abortion, contraception and the war -- and a prominent Legionary priest supports Hannity.

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