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New Oxford Notes: November 2003

A Rebel in Search of a Cause

Homosexuals are no longer marginal; now they're mainstream, legit.

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Inclusion Confusion

Why does Audie Bock find it important to point out that she's small?

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"Honor Among Thieves"

The murder of a priest-pederast puts in bold relief the behavior of many of our bishops.

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This Man Has No Shame

Yep, we're talking about the disgraced Archbishop Rembert G. Weakland.

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Why Don't Catholics Evangelize?

They don't because they're not given any good reason to do so.

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Bio-Luddites & the Secularist Rapture

Coming soon to a theater near you: cyborgs. Not on the screen, but sitting next to you in the audience.

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