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New Oxford Notes: September 2004

Rushing to Judgment (To Understate It)

We award First Prize for Pavlovian Responses to Mark Shea

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You Will Thirst Again & Again

Catholic Charities won't give the needy the water that springs up into everlasting life.

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More Trouble in Dodge City

Fr. Stravinskas has been a pain in the neck of OSV for a long time.

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Always Our Neighbors

"Vice…seen too oft, familiar with her face/We first endure, then pity, then embrace."

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A Clever Translation of the Bible

is a Bible with "extraordinary power" - extraordinary satanic power.

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Is the Medium

We've found a fun, interactive way to get acquainted with the Catholic faith.

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Must We Now Be Leery of Anglican Converts?

Might the Golden Age of Anglican converts be coming to an end?

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George "Humpty Dumpty" Weigel

"When I use a word, it means just what I choose it to mean…."

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Can You Be Two-Thirds Free & One-Third Slave?

Let us be clear about what we Catholics have voluntarily given up.

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