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New Oxford Notes: May 2004

Impressive Sacrifices

Maybe there should be a kind of Oscar Award for The Most Prodigious Lenten Sacrifice.

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Some Ecumenical Straight-Talk

Ecumania is burning itself out. Nevertheless, the Catholic Church's bilateral ecumenical dialogues just go on and on.

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Thank Goodness for the Unitarians!

The new queer theologians don't need your approval.

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Why (Most) Women Will Never Again Be Happy

According to free-market laws, the (almost) doubling of the labor supply will reduce wages to (almost) half. And so it was.

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His Grace, the Most Reverend Richard G. Roy, OSJD: Primate of Destiny

In case you know of women who want to be ordained, and/or same-sex couples who want a church wedding.

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Reading Tea Leaves

Crisis dumps the Catholic Press Association, but for all the wrong reasons.

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Can the Pope Overrule A Vatican II Document?

When it comes to liturgy, Gabe Huck would get the Most Despised Man in America Award.

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