New Oxford Notes: September 2004
Rushing to Judgment (To Understate It)
We award First Prize for Pavlovian Responses to Mark SheaREAD MORE ON THIS NOTE.
You Will Thirst Again & Again
Catholic Charities won't give the needy the water that springs up into everlasting life.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
More Trouble in Dodge City
Fr. Stravinskas has been a pain in the neck of OSV for a long time.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
Always Our Neighbors
"Vice…seen too oft, familiar with her face/We first endure, then pity, then embrace."READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
A Clever Translation of the Bible
is a Bible with "extraordinary power" - extraordinary satanic power.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
Is the Medium
We've found a fun, interactive way to get acquainted with the Catholic faith.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
Must We Now Be Leery of Anglican Converts?
Might the Golden Age of Anglican converts be coming to an end?READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
George "Humpty Dumpty" Weigel
"When I use a word, it means just what I choose it to mean…."READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
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