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New Oxford Notes: September 2002

If It's Good for the Goose…

If it’s OK for an out-of-the-closet “gay friar” to live in an all-male environment, then why can’t red-blooded heterosexual men live in nunneries?

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Killing Michael Rose

Why were moderate Catholic papers such as Our Sunday Visitor so desperate to discredit Michael Rose’s book Goodbye, Good Men?

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The Register Steps Into the Ring

Why is David Pearson "hopping mad" at Michael Rose and the NOR?

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Burn, Baby, Burn!

No theologian, however much revered, is beyond fraternal correction. So when Scott Hahn argued that we must see the Holy Spirit as "mother," we weighed in.

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Pride Precedes a Great Fall

The Washington Redskins must now also contend with PC Indian activists.

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From "Rembert the Reconciler" To "Rembert the Unperson"?

Archbishop Weakland empties Church coffers for his...uh, young male lover.

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