New Oxford Notes: October 2002
Lumps, Bumps & Meditation
The effects of linguistic re-ordering of priorities are far-reaching.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
Playing Parents of "Gays" For Suckers
Your 19-year-old son announces out of the blue that he's homosexual. St. Anthony Messenger to the rescue!READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
Is St. Monica Now Obsolete?
St. Anthony Messenger counsels understanding rather than praying for conversion of "gay persons."READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
In the Name of the Father-Mother, Ron Rolheiser & the Holy Spirit
Fr. Ron says that Jesus Christ missed the mark when He called God His Father.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
A Schism at Communio ?
we weren't the only ones who had major problems with Bishop Henrici's article.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
Psychiatric Stations of the Cross
Compassion and psychobabble: What a perfect same-sex marriage! (note: sex scandal)READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
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