New Oxford Notes: March 2004
Berkeley's Linguistic Outlaws
Phony language is reprehensible, but language has a way of exacting its own revenge.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
"No One Ever Goes to Hell Who Has Been Truly Loved by Another"
Msgr. M. Francis Mannion is still at it, giving bum answers to good questions.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
From OSV's lovely obit of Bishop Ferrario, you'd never know he was a sex abuser.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
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