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New Oxford Notes: November 2002

Wake Up and Smell the Coffee

"Psst! Hey kid, wanna buy a cup o' joe — real cheap? In a cool styrofoam cup!"

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"A Regime of Hypocrisy & Indifference"

Can the sorry performance of many of our U.S. bishops with regard to the priestly sex scandals be traced to a "culture of silence"?

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Ham-Fisted Homosexualist Propaganda for Catholic High Schoolers

Students observe silence as a way to support homosexual "rights."

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Goodbye, "New Evangelization"

Fr. Neuhaus thinks the whole priest scandal thing can just be brushed off.

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