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New Oxford Notes: October 2007

Divisive or Diversity?

Fr. Richard McBrien has always claimed to be in favor of "diversity," but when it comes to the subject of the Old Mass, not so.

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Does He Know the Mind of Satan?

George Kendall says some Traditionalists become so obsessed with restoring the old Mass that it becomes a kind of idol.

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The U.S. Catholic Church is Sinking Fast -- Part II

According to a recent survey, zero percent of Catholics under age 30 said they have a "high" commitment to the Church.

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Western Christianity & Muslim Societies on Morality

According to Pat Buchanan, Muslims hate us Westerners not for who we are but for what we do, e.g., abortion and sodomy.

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Delusions of Grandeur

Former senator Rick Santorum has abandoned the culture war in order to join forces with the neocons calling for war on Iran.

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'I Will Defend to the Death Your Right to Say It'

In most daily newspapers prolifers are called "anti-abortion" and pro-aborts are called "pro-choice." But these are euphemisms.

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Integrity or a Lie?

The Anglican Church of England would no doubt be close to shutting down if it weren't for "gay" and lesbian clergy.

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