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New Oxford Notes: October 2006

How To Eliminate the Poor

Do certain liberals secretly believe in a "Master Race," one that can be achieved by killing blacks and Hispanics via abortion?

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You Can Criticize Bad Bishops, But Don't You Dare Criticize the Pope Who Appointed Them

George Kendall accuses New Oxford Review of becoming a Protestant publication -- a bizarre and crazy accusation!

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Wise Advice From a Vocations Director

Discipline the seminarian who sways when he walks, who has limp wrists, who acts like a drama queen or who lisps.

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What's Good for the Corporations Is Good for America

Homosexuals have a lot of disposable income, and the Fortune 500 companies want to tap into that market. It's good for business.

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Wily Guys

San Francisco Catholic Charities will continue to allow same-sex parents to adopt children, but they will refer them to another agency.

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A New Catholic Community

"My name is Victoria Rue. And I am a Roman Catholic womanpriest." So began Mass and a 'new Catholic Community.'

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The Beat Goes On

Why is it that our local Church leaders fail to muster more than soft talk when the very Deposit of Faith is publicly challenged?

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In Vitro Clinics Are Death Camps

"If embryos are human beings with full human rights, fertility clinics are death camps -- with a side order of cold-blooded eugenics."

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A Pox On Both Your Houses

Why does neocon George Weigel defend Condi Rice, a pro-war and pro-abortion member of the Bush administration?

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"Relevant Public Authorities"?

Authority is exercised legitimately only when it employs morally licit means to attain it.

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