Volume > Issue > New Oxford Notes: September 2006

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.'

READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
Plan A & Plan B

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

READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
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."

READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
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?

READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
What Happened to Bill Donohue?

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

READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.

You May Also Enjoy

The Martyrs of Gorcum

Today, when many Catholics seem to regard the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist…

Briefly: November 1991

The Lord of the Journey... All My Road Before Me: The Diary of C.S. Lewis 1922-1927... Ungodly Rage: The Hidden Face of Catholic Feminism... In Good Conscience: Reason and Emotion in Moral Decision Making...

The Moral Challenge of the Holocaust in 1998

The land of what if is a poignant place from which to contemplate the Holocaust,…