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New Oxford Notes: November 2000

Flannery O'Connor: And Her Own Received Her Not

The Catholic bishop of Lafayette, Louisiana, has banned A Good Man Is Hard to Find

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The Unbuckled Bible Belt?

Why do the Baptists have the highest rate of divorce?

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Unconditional Love — But Not for Your Spouse

When it comes to marriage, liberals throw all that out the window.

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Step Right Up: Cash for Spiritual Suicide

C.R.A.C.K. is offering $200 cash to drug or alcohol addicts who undergo sterilization.

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Would Wojtyla & Ratzinger Have Been "Weeded Out" of Sacred Heart Seminary?

The Archbishop of Detroit will ordain only two men next year. Quelle surprise!

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