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New Oxford Notes: May 2000

Coming to Your Parish Soon…

There's a lot of debate about the music in Catholic parishes, including the words of hymns.

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Who's Teaching the Bishops?

...now that the moral theologian Richard A. McCormick, S.J., died.

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Why Do Those Angry, Embittered Sisters Stay in the Church?

"We are stuck…in a kind of bitterness, angry with the church for not changing as we had hoped."

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Where "Ecumenical" Does Not Mean "Nice" & "Bland"

Touchstone magazine doesn't mess around or pull its punches.

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