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New Oxford Notes: September 2000

Jesuitically Advancing The "Gay" Agenda?

America magazine says gay priests should feel free to call themselves "gay priests"

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Spooking Loyal Catholics

How could refusing to comply with an unlawful demand lead another to do evil?

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When Radical Turns Out To Be Reactionary

Why are young people these days increasingly marrying outside their race?

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Be a Missionary!

We were deeply saddened to learn of the demise of Catholic Family Radio.

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Snake Oil

Child discipline is not the same thing as child abuse.

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From Butchered English To Butchered Theology

Soon we'll be expected to refer to the Gerperson language instead of the German language.

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