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New Oxford Notes: September 2007

'The Reform of the Reform' Is Going Nowhere -- At Least Not Yet

Does the Pope's universal idult for the Traditional Latin Mass necessarily mean that Fr. Fessio's "reform of the reform" is dead?

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Cardinal Compromise Strikes Again

Cardinal William Levada, head of the Vatican's Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, goes to bat for sodomites in Soho.

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Among Americans: Pro-Homosexual Views Are at an All-Time High

A recent Gallup Poll has found that tolerance of the homosexuality 'lifestyle' in the United States has now reached a record high.

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The Filthy Speech Movement

Free Speech Movement of the 1960s-era was about civil rights. Nowadays, it's about broadcasting the "s-word" and the "f-word."

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Put Not Your Trust In Princes

As Kenny Rogers once said: 'You gotta... know when to fold 'em / Know when to walk away and know when to run.'

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The Great Bourgeois Sexual Revolution

Conser­vatism's success has ended up making the world safe for secular, hedonistic values. And conservatives are happy.

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