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New Oxford Notes: November 2006

'Just Say No'

The modcon Our Sunday Visitor is now advocating a new vaccine for a sexually transmitted disease given to girls at age 11.

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EWTN: What Happened to Mother Angelica's Catholic Militancy

Since Mother Angelica left the airwaves, something seems to have gone wrong at her once staunchly Catholic television network.

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Our Churches Will Be Empty

A Vatican official makes a prediction: "In the end, the people will assist at the Tridentine Mass and our churches will empty."

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John Michael Talbot

The former country-rock star is concerned with "a reactionary return to the legalities and externals" of the pre-Vatican II Church.

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How Lovely!

Communio, the premier journal for whooping up Hans Urs von Bathasar, informs us confidently that all men are indeed saved.

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No Situation Justifies Taking the Life of a Baby in the Womb

If there is universal salvation, then abortion is not an "abominable crime" -- God automatically forgives everything.

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The So-Called War on Terror

After the nuclear attacks on Japan, Gen. Curtis LeMay said, "There are no innocent civilians," and that's what Osama says.

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