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New Oxford Notes: March 2006

Be Fruitful & Multiply

Where is the funky tattooed intellectual poetess who is popping out 16 funky progressive fashion-forward pagan offspring?

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Hollywood Celebrities & Other Celebrities

When Catholics who have achieved celebrity status step outside their areas of expertise, do they know what they're talking about?

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Rash Judgment Once Again

Catholic bloviator Mark Shea doesn't need to read an article before vehemently denouncing it. After all, he's got a blog.

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Do Our Troops "Support Our Troops"?

U.S. troops should be President Bush's bedrock of support for his war in Iraq, but an astounding 46% of American soldiers do not approve.

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Surprise, Surprise!

Big business commentator Stu Zimmerman applies the merger concept to religion so we all might blend into some overarching 'God.'

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Targeting Muslims

In the state of Baden-Wurttemberg in southern Germany, Muslims who request citizenship must affirm their loyalty to gay rights and topless beaches.

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Smooth as Silk

Why have we seen so little reference in the mainstream media to the role of homosexual culture played in the clergy sex abuse scandal.

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