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New Oxford Notes: May 2002

The Gospel According To St. Richard

Fr. McBrien is not impressed with missionary-minded aid workers. Why? They proselytize.

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Liberals Love Gregorian Chant Too

A Notre Dame football games, however glorious and triumphant, won't save us from our sins.

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Would You Like to "Search for Truth" in an "Open Church"?

One may wonder why Michael Novak allowed his 1964 book to be republished.

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"Rembert the Reconciler"

Ah yes, Rembert the Compassionate. Rembert the Great Communicator. Yeah, right.

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