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New Oxford Notes: March 2002

Archbishop Levada: Call Your Office!

Bishops are busy men, and no doubt sometimes so busy that they aren't aware of what's being published in their own diocesan papers.

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An Embarrassment of Martyrs

Since liberal Catholics believe that all men go to Heaven, they must also believe that dying for the Faith is quite pointless.

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An Inexplicable Apology

We suggest that J.F. Pisani reconsider his abject apology, for we find him Not Guilty.

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Monkey See, Monkey NOT Do?

Our Sunday Visitor gives Harry Potter a glowing endorsement.

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