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New Oxford Notes: May 2003

The Case of Fr. David Windsor

Larry Carstens has rushed to judgment about Rose's credibility without hearing Rose's rebuttal.

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Shriveled Is Good

The American College Louvain tries to justfy its teeny-tininess.

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"Rebuke Them Sharply"

Calling them "fags" will only make homosexuals angry and defiant?

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