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New Oxford Notes: May 2008

The U.S. Catholic Church Is Sinking Fast -- Part III

The more Catholics enjoy the material and social comforts of mainstream America, it seems, the more they lose their faith.

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No Atheists in Earthquakes

When confronted with fallen-away Catholics, we must not be derelict in our duty to perform the spiritual works of mercy.

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Sea Change

God bless the priests who come to minister in Europe and the Americas, the mission territory of the new millennium.

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Light Years From Home

The Lutheran liturgy is light years away from the Catholic Mass, no matter how much the former is dressed up or the latter dressed down.

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Muddier Waters

The U.S. bishops did not intend to suggest that Catholics who vote for a pro-choice candidates are putting their souls in jeopardy.

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Wonderful Are Your Works

Every life is valuable in and of itself. Every life is capable of giving glory to God, and therefore every life is worthy of our protection.

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