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New Oxford Notes: May 2005

Are You a Better Person?

According to Air America, 'hate' is a family value, after all -- if you hate the right people.

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A Sore Loser?

God, I thank you that I am not like other people are, rancorous, uncivil, name-callers, like that right-wing Catholic publican.

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What It Means to Be A "Better Person"

Professor Donna believes in bringing spirituality into daily life, "even if daily life includes sex and bar-hopping."

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Putting a "Positive Light" on Murder?

You don't compromise with murderers. There is no way to "heal" such divisions.

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Guilty Dreams of Glory

magazine argues the USA need a draft -- including women -- "not because of its military utility…but because of its moral utility."

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Update on Fr. Stravinskas

Obviously, OSV doesn't want to get off the ground.

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