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2001 June

Letter to the Editor: June 2001

"Grave Damage" To the Liturgy... Silverstream New Zealand Darkbloat Responds... The Catechism: The Flag Of Catholic Scoundrels... Slouching Toward Bethlehem?...

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New Oxford Notes: June 2001

More Sensitive Than Thou... One More Caught in the Dragnet... "Beauty": An Ugly Excuse for Copping Out... "Barbaric," They Say... Going to India Without Really Leaving Kansas City

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Last Judgment (Lite)

TOPSY-TURVY ESCHATOLOGY

John M. Grondelski

According to the "Prophecies of St. Malachy," only two popes would follow John Paul II: "De Gloria Olivae" (the Glory of the Olive) and "Petrus Romanus" (Peter the Roman).

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Let's Abolish Most Catholic Colleges & Universities

IT'S TIME TO TRY SOMETHING ELSE

Marian E. Crowe

Statistics suggest that belief in fundamental Christian doctrines is a serious problem for contemporary Catholics, and not just anger about hot-button issues.

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Modern Catholics: Don't Knock the Miraculous Medal!

MORE THAN STRANGE COINCIDENCES

Mitchell Kalpakgian

Our Lady lamented to St. Catherine Labouré that abundant graces are not fully dispensed because they are seldom sought in prayer.

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Homosexuality & the Entertainment Media

IS THE "GAY BATTLE PLAN" INVINCIBLE?

Michael Medved

The average American spends 13 uninterrupted years of life watching television; twenty-four-hour days, seven-day weeks, 52-week years.

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Needed: Warning Labels On Television Sets

GUEST COLUMN

Wayne Lela

Besides being a divisive medium, TV is also a destabilizing medium, a revolutionary medium, and thus a medium not very receptive to traditional values.

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Myths & Distortions

Inez Fitzgerald Storck

It is preposterous that a single term, "Middle Ages," could apply to a period of 1,000 years (from the fifth to the 15th century).

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Here We Go Again

Vincent A. Lapomarda

That Pius XII allegedly failed to speak out "unequivocally" in defense of the Jews is a theme that constantly emerges as an unproven assumption.

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Briefly: June 2001

Reviews of The Soul of a Lion: Dietrich von Hildebrand — A Biography... Two Chapels: Newman and the Case for Modern Martyrdom... The Catholic University as Promise and Project: Reflections in a Jesuit Idiom

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Bookmark: June 2001

David Arias Jr.

Reviews of Habits of the Mind: Intellectual Life as a Christian Calling... Joyce Kilmer: A Literary Biography

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