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New Oxford Notes: September 2001

Liturgical Pacifism

Our Sunday Visitor doesn't like the debates and battles over the liturgy.

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Pacifying Men & Boys

Do males really need to embrace feminine traits such as affection, connection, and caring?

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Pacifying Prolifers

America magazine celbrates "dialogue" between pro-lifers and pro-aborts.

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