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New Oxford Notes: November 2001

The Chittister Creed

Pope Joan is in the headlines again — big time this time.

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Immigrants: America's Hope?

Now the white man is — or is becoming — the burden.

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"The New Evangelization"

Fr. Owen Kearns announces that his National Catholic Register is "not conservative."

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No-Man's Land

Catholic "centrists" risk committing "the fallacy of false symmetry."

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Jesus Found Guilty of Hate Speech

America magazine bellyaches about how Catholicism has historically expelled "heretical Christians" from its midst.

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