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New Oxford Notes: October 2002

Lumps, Bumps & Meditation

The effects of linguistic re-ordering of priorities are far-reaching.

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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!

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Is St. Monica Now Obsolete?

St. Anthony Messenger counsels understanding rather than praying for conversion of "gay persons."

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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.

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A Schism at Communio ?

we weren't the only ones who had major problems with Bishop Henrici's article.

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Psychiatric Stations of the Cross

Compassion and psychobabble: What a perfect same-sex marriage! (note: sex scandal)

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Priest-Psychologist Hangs Himself

If anyone doubts the veracity of Goodbye, Good Men, just contemplate Fr. Franco Imoda's words.

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