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2002 May

Letter to the Editor: May 2002

Do We Receive Jesus Physically in Communion?

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New Oxford Notes: May 2002

The Gospel According to St. Richard... Liberals Love Gregorian Chant Too... Would You Like to "Search for Truth" in an "Open Church"?... Rembert the Reconciler

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The Winepress

ISLAM VS. THE RELIGION OF THE VINE

Leon J. Podles

Belloc and Chesterton had much to say of the connection between wine and Christianity, and warned of the dangers from the East that threatened to destroy Christendom.

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The Example of Large Families

CAN GOD BE TRUSTED?

Nancy Harvey

We need to re-think children — whose they are, why they exist, and whether anything else we can possibly choose is more important.

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The Astronomical Cost of Priestesses In the Church of England

FEMINISM RULES — AND RUINS

Tom Watkins

Any full-time Church of England clergyman who worked for at least five years prior to 1992 was entitled to compensation if he resigned over women's ordination.

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The Presence of the Past

OUR CATHOLIC DESERT CAN BLOSSOM — IF WE WANT IT TO

Donald Lospinuso

Beautiful Catholic schools, hospitals, and orphanages are facts — they provide unimpeachable testimony to a profoundly Christian spirit.

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The Meaning of Wisdom

AGAINST UTILITARIANISM & HEART ATTACKS

Mitchell Kalpakgian

Like the heart of woman, wisdom needs to be won. It requires courtship and wooing, sincerity and purity of intention.

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On the Fear of Sanctity

GUEST COLUMN

David Vincent Meconi

Once we allow God to have complete charge of our comforts and desires, we are no longer afraid of losing what is most dear to us.

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The Death of Catholic England

William J. Tighe

The Reformation was received by the great mass of Englishmen with reluctance, resentment, and resistance. Catholic England did not “pass away”; it was murdered.

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Unspinning Newman

Anne Barbeau Gardiner

Newman expressed negative views about a corporate reunion between Anglicans and Catholics; he valued real conversions more than such far-fetched schemes.

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Briefly: May 2002

Reviews of The Death of the West... The Long Truce: How Toleration Made the World Safe for Power and Profit... Love and Economics: Why the Laissez-Faire Family Doesn't Work... Cardinal Ratzinger: The Vatican's Enforcer of the Faith... The Red Horse... Triumph: The Power and the Glory of the Catholic Church — A 2,000-Year History

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Bookmark: May 2002

Thomas Ellis

Reviews of Crowd Culture: An Examination of the American Way of Life... The Right to Life: The Eastern Orthodox Christian Perspective on Abortion... Building a Healthy Culture: Strategies for an American Renaissance...

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