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2001 December

Letter to the Editor: December 2001

Stratford Caldecot: I'm Not Soft on Abortion... An Apology Is Owed... Theft Begets Terror... New Campuses Springing Up... Not the Magisterium, But the Holy Spirit...

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New Oxford Notes: December 2001

Immigrants: America's Hope? (Part II)... Trash Talk... The Alchemy of Consumption... Panic Strikes

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Home-Schooling for Survival

ROWING ACROSS THE ATLANTIC

Jack Taylor

As a species, we believe that anything that looks good is good. We buy cars this way, we buy houses this way, and we enroll our kids in schools this way.

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AIDS: Mother Nature's Big Stick

THE TRADITIONAL FAMILY WILL BURY ITS UNDERTAKERS

Anthony Zimmerman

Aberrations and deviations, innovations of one sort or another, come and go, but they never thrive or last.

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The "Stumbling and Tripping" of Executive Pay

STOCK PRICES & DISCONNECTED CAPITAL

Michael J. Naughton

Virtue will not come about from the mentality of maximizing stockholder wealth, but rather from reconnecting capital to labor, communities, and others who have a stake in the capital.

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Who's Afraid of the "New Breed" of Priests?

THE GENERATION GAP IN THE PRIESTHOOD

Michael S. Rose

A generation gap developed between 1960s-style priests and their younger counterparts who, braving seminary straits, emerged as faithful sons of the Church.

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Why I Remain Seated When I Hear Handel's Hallelujah Chorus

GUEST COLUMN

Stephen Rombouts

King George II rose from his seat during a performance of Messiah, then others rose because etiquette required everyone to rise whenever the king rose.

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A Tale of Two Classics

GUEST COLUMN

Michael D. Rains

During the 20th century two of the world’s largest multinationals dominated their competition with “classics” recognized even in the remote recesses of the earth.

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Does the Papacy Need to Be "Tamed"?

William J. Tighe

Various proposals aimed to “reform” the papacy after the close of Vatican II and especially in the latter years of the pontificate of John Paul II.

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Designer Bibles

Dale Vree

Zondervan, the publisher of the NIV, planned a so-called inclusive-language version of the NIV that would eventually replace it, but was pressured to back away from the project.

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Briefly: December 2001

Reviews of Doméstica: Immigrant Workers Cleaning and Caring in the Shadows of Affluence... Paulinus of Nola: Life, Letters, and Poems... We, the Ordinary People of the Streets

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Bookmark: December 2001

Thomas Ellis

Reviews of Choosing the Right College: The Whole Truth About America's Top Schools... Catholicism at the Millennium: The Church of Tradition in Transition... Anima Christi

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