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2000 April

Letter to the Editor: April 2000

Two Sciences: Creationist vs. Evolutionist... You Orthodox Bigots!... An Insider Speaks... Oops, There Go The Dominoes?... Dismayed? You Betcha!

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New Oxford Notes: April 2000

Degenerate Priests — Deal With the Problem, Please!... You Can't Have It Both Ways... Another Missing Link... Who's Afraid of the Southern Baptists?... Do as Mother Would Do

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Sexual Confusion at Kinsey Elementary School

INFORMATION OVERLOAD FOR KIDS

Brent T. Zeringue

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The King James Bible & the Latin Mass

NO MORE MISSALETTES FOR CHRISTIANETTES!

Peter Kreeft

We have dozens of versions of the Bible and numerous canons of the Mass, and people know and love them less than when there was only one version.

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Conversational Latin for Today. Really!

BEYOND LITURGICAL LATIN

Thomas Storck

Latin is an entirely suitable means for discussing all contemporary subjects, for bantering, arguing, playing games, and singing.

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The Traditionalists' Untraditional Ideas About Religious Freedom

ARE TRADITIONALISTS SURE OF THEIR TRADITION?

Andrew Tardiff

Does Vatican II teaching on religious liberty deviate from the authoritative traditional teaching of the Church?

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The Scandal of Catholic Teachers' Pay

LOW-PAID HIGH-ACHIEVERS

Rupert J. Ederer

If states offer school vouchers to parents, then states should require teacher salaries commensurate with what public-school teachers are paid.

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Our Titanic Nonjudgmentalism

GUEST COLUMN

David C. Stolinsky

Once the God-given sanctity of all innocent human life is rejected, the main psychological and ethical barriers are breached.

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Catholicism & Mother's Milk

GUEST COLUMN

Patricia Dixon

Some object to nursing in public because they regard the breast only as a sexual organ. Our strange modern culture has clouded their vision.

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Newman, the Real Presence & The Tabernacle

Richard Geraghty

When Newman speaks of his happy surprise at how objective and real he found the Catholic religion to be, he often refers to the Real Presence.

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Adventures in Art

Elaine Hallett

Review of A Child's Book of Prayer in Art... The Duke and the Peasant: Life in the Middle Ages... Sister Wendy's Story of Christmas... Pieter Bruegel's Tower of Babel: The Builder with the Red Hat... Hello, Fruit Face: The Paintings of Giuseppe Arcimboldo

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Briefly: April 2000

Reviews of Faith of the Fatherless: The Psychology of Atheism... The Size of Chesterton's Catholicism... St. Joseph in Early Christianity... Blessed Are You: Mother Teresa and the Beatitudes

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