New Oxford Notes: September 2005
A "Compassionate Conservative" Advises Pope Benedict XVI
Bush's "faith-man" believes Ratzinger could be a good pontiff if only he will be "compassionate toward all God's children."READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
Prolifers: Thanks for the Votes; We'll See You Again in Four Years
"According to the White House, Judge Roberts does not oppose Roe v. Wade." What more do you need to know?READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
Fr. Ron Rolheiser says Jesus provides automatic forgiveness. Commit suicide if you want. Fr. Ron is giving you permission.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
Benedict the Moderate?
Fr. Richard McBrien gets emotional over the jubilation of Catholics who hail the election of Pope Benedict XVI.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
A Case Study in the Theology of Apology
As for apologies to homosexuals, the saga of San Diego Bishop Robert Brom could be instructive.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
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