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New Oxford Notes: November 1999

Read All About It: Whole World Excommunicated!

Good golly, Miss Molly! This could be the Catholic typo of the century.

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The Bark of Peter & The Barking of Dr. Laura

"My show has brought more people back to the Catholic Church than anything the Pope has ever said."

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The Perfect Cat's-Paw

OSV can't even take a stand against the sleaze of contemporary culture?

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Take One Capsule of Religion to Relax

Our cheerfully consumerist society welcomes "religion" as a possible minor remedy

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The Missions in Darkest America

The center of world Christianity is no longer in Europe.

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Pie-Crust Pietism?

Mike Aquilina prefers silence over words in caring for his friends who have problems

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The Antinomian Consequences Of Homophilic Quietism

While Sister was refusing to evangelize homosexuals, they were busy "evangelizing" her.

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Darwin vs. Jesus? Something Fishy's Going On…

Darwinists need a mascot. How about a winged beagle or an ape and tree motif?

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