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2003 June

Picking on the Average Joe Who Stood Up for the Little Guys

EDITORIAL

Dale Vree

Catholics are sick of excuses and shifting the blame, and want bunker-busting solutions that get to the bottom of the moral and theological squalor.

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Letter to the Editor: June 2003

Who Is a Real Jew?... "Person," "Female," "Woman," and "Humankind" Are Politically Incorrect... Pathetic Episcopal Statement... Is Fr. Flapdoodle Beyond Criticism?...

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New Oxford Notes: June 2003

The Waning Legacy of Cardinal Bernardin... The Exclusivity of the "Gospel of Inclusion"... Pictures at an Exhibitionist Protest... Is Vatican II Ancient History?... Opium for Catholics... What About Predator Lesbian Nuns?...

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The Crisis at Crisis Magazine

SCHMOOZING JUST DOESN'T CUT IT

Michael S. Rose

Many Crisis readers expressed profound displeasure with the original Crisis article on the topic of Michael S. Rose and Goodbye, Good Men.

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Why I Attend the Traditional Latin Mass

A HARVARD STUDENT SPEAKS OUT

Francis X. Altiere IV

St. Thomas writes, "It is absurd, and a detestable shame, that we should suffer those traditions to be changed which we have received from the fathers of old."

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The Catholic Church in South Korea

LOW PERCENTAGE, HIGH PERFORMANCE

Raymond Pellegrini

Persecutions of Catholics in Korea began in 1785, only one year after the Church was established. Thousands of Korean Catholics have been executed for their faith.

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A New Catholic Looks at His New Church

THE GUTTING OF OUR CHURCHES & OUR THEOLOGY

Timothy P. Collins

The naïve initiate reading Christ Among Us would conclude that the Catechism is an arcane and obscure document carrying no more relevance than the opinions of dead popes.

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Sodom & the City of God

A RESPONSE TO THE NEW OXFORD REVIEW

Ron Belgau

Though the way to sanctity is hard and I may stumble ten thousand times before I reach the top, it is the only road for me.

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Briefly: June 2003

Review of The New Faithful: Why Young Adults Are Embracing Christian Orthodoxy by Colleen Carroll

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