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2002 November

Letter to the Editor: November 2002

A Regnum Christi Member Speaks Out... Rome Knew?... St. Bozo's Performing Arts Studio... Shocked and Ashamed... The Hell Constant...

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New Oxford Notes: November 2002

Wake Up and Smell the Coffee... A Regime of Hypocrisy and Indifference... Ham-Fisted Homosexualist Propaganda for Catholic High Schoolers... Fr. Neuhaus Thinks the Whole Priest Scandal Thing Can Just Be Brushed Off

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The Catch-22 of Ecumenical Relations With Evangelicals

OLD-FASHIONED EVANGELICALS, NEW-FANGLED EVANGELICALS

David Mills

When I became a Catholic, many of my Evangelical friends supported me, while my Anglo-Catholic friends kept silence almost to a man.

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C.S. Lewis: Reason vs. Easy Assumptions

THE INDISPENSABLE ROLE OF APOLOGETICS

Thomas Storck

Lewis exposes the deceits and fallacies of materialism and secularism, and he strikes the reader with a continual insistence on the utter seriousness of Christianity.

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A Purely Secular Argument Against Abortion

IT'S JUST COMMON SENSE

George D. Mullen

Because the question of when life begins has a true answer, opinions have no bearing or influence upon what that “truth” is — yet people erroneously act as if it does.

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What's "Offensive" & What's Not

THE TRIUMPH OF SUBJECTIVISM

Alice von Hildebrand

That it can be legitimate to feel offended should not lead us to the conclusion that every time a person feels offended, his response is justified.

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Some Questions for the American Bishops

PLEASE EXPLAIN...

William H. Soisson III

Pewsitters I have met have questions in the categories of architecture, the priesthood, education, marriage & annulment, our dress-down Church, and more.

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A New Mary Magdalen

FROM THE DETRITUS OF ANCIENT GNOSTICISM

Anne Barbeau Gardiner

A new, unheard-of Magdalen emerges from the detritus of antiquity — unheard of by you and me because she comes straight out of the ancient Gnostics.

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The Pledge of Allegiance: What's All the Excitement About?

GUEST COLUMN

Anthony L. Gerring

The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals declared that the Pledge of Allegiance to the U.S. flag is unconstitutional in public schools because it includes the words “under God.”

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Friendly Churches & The Church

GUEST COLUMN

W. Michael Westbrook

“I want to stay Catholic, but that evangelical church is so alive! The people are so open and friendly, you can just sense the Holy Spirit there!”

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Not Really “What the Early Christians Believed”

William J. Tighe

Review of A Dictionary of Early Christian Beliefs: A Reference Guide to More Than 700 Topics Discussed by the Early Church Fathers

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Architecture & Infidelity

Elaine Hallett

Reviews of Ruskin's Venice: The Stones Revisited... The Stones of Venice, Vol. 2: The Sea Stories... The Stones of Venice, Vol. 3: The Fall

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