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2006 November

Letter to the Editor: November 2006

Stupid in Moral Matters... Does God Love Unrepentant Sinners... Is the Pope Above Criticism?... The Government Does Not Screw Things Up for the Super Rich... Co-operation in Evil... Can a Priest's Ordination Be Declared Invalid?... A Response from William Donohue...

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New Oxford Notes: November 2006

'Just Say No'... EWTN: What Happened to Mother Angelica's Catholic Militancy... Our Churches Will Be Empty... John Michael Talbot... How Lovely!... No Situation Justifies Taking the Life of a Baby in the Womb... The So-Called War on Terror...

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The Physicians' Crusade Against Abortion

THE LAWS HAVE ENDED, BUT THEIR LEGACY LINGERS ON

Frederick N. Dyer

Laws were passed from 1860 to 1880 to counter an epidemic of induced abortions among married Protestant women. Physicians were largely responsible for their passage.

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The Vaccine Debate

WHOM TO BELIEVE?

Agnes N. Penny

Why have no studies been done to investigate the long-term effects of vaccines? Why aren't pharmaceutical companies more closely monitored for their testing procedures?

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Apologia pro Munere Suo ('A Defense of His Work')

WHY SEMINARIANS NEED TO LEARN LATIN

Daniel B. Gallagher

A candidate for Holy Orders must display the positive human, intellectual, spiritual, and pastoral characteristics the people of God have come to expect and deserve.

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The News You May Have Missed

READ ALL ABOUT IT...

Michael S. Rose

Date With Jesus... The Hodonist Jesus... In Over His Head... No Transferring Out of Outed Transsexual's Class... Transperson Transportation... Conservative Fashion Accessory... Well-Wishing... No Arbiter of Bad Taste... Beer Glass Jesus

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To Make Catholics Fit Into America

Thomas Storck

Catholics can provide the best intellectual framework for the "American proposition," but Murray errs when he subordinates the Church to what he sees as a larger project.

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Briefly: November 2006

Reviews of Charles de Foucauld: In the Footsteps of Jesus of Nazareth... The Popes and Slavery

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