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New Oxford Notes: October 2003

Redskins in Indiana?

If it's offensive to print Cleveland Indians, then it's even more offensive to make reference to the state of Indiana.

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Holy Orders & Unholy Disorders

Crisis magazine gives us "the real story" about the state of American seminaries.

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Silly Putty Catholicism

Appeals to conscience don't get us very far, for it's so easy to rationalize what we're intent on doing.

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Blunt Words From Cardinal Dulles

Dulles said, "When guilty of negligence, timidity, or misjudgment," the pope and bishops "may need to be corrected, as Paul, for example, corrected Peter (Galatians 2:11).”

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