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?READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
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.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
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.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
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."READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
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.'READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
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