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2007 May

Liturgical Majesty & Solemnity

EDITORIAL

Dale Vree

The pastor said the Holy Ghost would sometimes override his prepared sermon. Something extraordinary coming from that pulpit had hit me.

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Letter to the Editor: May 2007

Scott Hahn Defends himself... The Most Sublime Passages in Scripture... Aborted Babies Are Saints... Spiritual & Intellectual Scholarship... Sick to My Stomach... Is Father Pavone Really a Republican Party Shill?... Clean Hands...

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New Oxford Notes: May 2007

Heroic Mothers... We Think We're making a Difference... Andrew Messaros Saw It Coming... Absolutely Null & Utterly Void... The Most Equivocal Man in Town...

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From Protestantism to Catholicism, From the Novus Ordo Mass to the Tridentine Latin Mass

WAKING UP CATHOLIC

Michael Larson

We step outside the world by way of something that stands apart from it. The Church ought to be that timeless and lucid entity by which we can see.

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Outrage Over Liturgical Dance

SPIRITUAL & LITURGICAL TERRORISM

Alvaro Delgado

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Why I Still Believe

I CARRY ON

Larry A. Carstens

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The News You May Have Missed

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Michael S. Rose

Sleepy Thief... Kiss & Tell... Abortion Greeting Cards... Tarot for Christians?... Whose Shameful Display?... Goodbye "Mother," Goodbye "Father"...

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The Problem of the Pastor's Dog

GUEST COLUMN

Joseph L. Lennon

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Mohawk Virgin

Anne Barbeau Gardiner

Allan Greer's Mohawk Saint is a learned work by a non-Catholic intended to challenge the prevailing view of Iroquois conversion to Christianity.

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Apocalypse Now (and Then)

Mary McWay Seaman

Review of A History of the End of the World

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Briefly: May 2007

Review of Spook: Science Tackles the Afterlife... Seminary Boy: A Memoir... The Female Thing: Dirt, Sex, Envy, Vulnerability

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