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New Oxford Notes: May 2007

Heroic Mothers

"I guess she knew the secret of life, and it is not in receiving but giving."

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We Think We're Making a Difference

It looks as if Fr. Ron Rolheiser has taken our criticism to heart. He's changed his mind about the concept of universal salvation.

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Andrew Messaros Saw It Coming

Tom Monaghan learned the hard way: it isn't going to be easy to rid Ave Maria of Father Fessio, who survived a Donald Trump-style firing.

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Absolutely Null & Utterly Void

According to Pope Leo XIII, Anglican Orders are "absolutely null and utterly void." That makes the Anglo-Catholic "Eucharist" invalid, too.

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The Most Equivocal Man In Town

According to San Francisco's Archbishop George Niederauer, homosexuality had nothing to do with clergy sex abuse cases.

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