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1998 May

Letter to the Editor: May 1998

Yes, a Mighty Fortress... Secret Hope... Rolling on the Floor... Give Donohue a Medal

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An "Educated Woman" Who Stays Home With Her Children

"WHAT HAPPENED? WHAT WENT WRONG?"

Kathleen W. Barr

When I chose motherhood as a full-time career my vision of life changed. When your career is children you don’t see them as a complication.

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The Suppression of Popular Devotions In Today's Catholic Church

MUCH LOST, NOTHING GAINED

Noel J. Augustyn

Leadership in a revival of Catholic devotions might be an appropriate role for those who are not priests but who are ordained: deacons.

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Those Misleading "Leading Theologians"

PRIDE & A PREJUDICE FOR THE FASHIONABLE

Kenneth D. Whitehead

The experts not only got it wrong; they also helped to deform and destroy the faith of many by openly opposing the Church’s teachings.

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Episcopal Authority: Use It or Lose It

AMBIGUITY IS NO SERVICE TO GOD'S PEOPLE

Fabian Bruskewitz

A certain sense of episcopal consensus means not only those who are here now but also those who have gone before us.

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Doing Well & Doing the Work of the Lord

PROVIDENT EVANGELIZATION

Mario de Solenni

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The Great Earwax Debate

LISTEN UP!

Michael Berberich

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Babies on Demand?

GUEST COLUMN

York A. Young

If you don’t want children— contracept. If you don’t want children but you get pregnant— abort. If you do want children but can’t conceive— take fertility drugs.

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Michael O’Brien’s “Enduvdevorldkluk”

Will Hoyt

Review of Strangers and Sojourners

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Briefly: May 1998

Reviews of The Lord... Maximum Security: The Culture of Violence in Inner City Schools... The Priestly Office: A Theological Reflection...

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