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New Oxford Notes: October 2001

Spilling the Beans

"Oh no, we'd never blackball someone for being orthodox."

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'Till Death Do Us Part (And Not Soon Enough)

In the style of their pro-abortion counterparts, right-to-death advocates have been busily forging a debate over when life ends.

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Conformed to the World?

Even the brightest graduates of diocesan Catholic schools are idiots.

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Petty — or Just Very Observant?

If you accuse someone of being petty, take extra care that you yourself can't be perceived as being petty.

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