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New Oxford Notes: March 2004

Berkeley's Linguistic Outlaws

Phony language is reprehensible, but language has a way of exacting its own revenge.

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"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.

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A Whitewash

From OSV's lovely obit of Bishop Ferrario, you'd never know he was a sex abuser.

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"A Very Negative Witness Is Being Given"

It would seem that the Dominican Fr. Radcliffe knows more than we do about homosexual priests.

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