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New Oxford Notes: September 2006

'God Forgives'

Where Catholics once worried about going to hell if they missed Mass, now they simply go 'when they feel like it.'

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Plan A & Plan B

George Kendall has problems with the belief held by many traditional Catholics that the majority of mankind is damned.

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Noblesse Oblige

The former Master General of the Dominican Order would like to stand up for dialogue: "It is not just a trendy liberal idea."

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A Layman Advises Laymen to Hide Under the Table

If Catholic truth must be submerged in order to protect Church unity, what then is the point of Catholic truth?

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What Happened to Bill Donohue?

The Catholic League leader has been defending some unlikely characters, including Fr. Maciel and Archbishop Weakland.

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