Volume > 2009 July-August

2009 July-August

Letter to the Editor: July-August 2009

The Nature of Evil... Suprised By Attacks... A Failure to Perceive... Pastoral Junk... A Positive View of Phenomenology... Racism & Evolution... Have a Little Patience... Much More Gained... and more

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The News You May Have Missed

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Host to the Post... Feeling Profoundly Secular... Obama Said It, I Believe It... He's Always Been a Girl... Church as Bio-Hazard... Twenty-First Century Christ... The Talented Mr. Horran... No Big Shoes to Fill

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New Oxford Notes: July-August 2009

Father Corapi Speaks... Back in the Limelight... Requiem for Evangelicalism?

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An Examination of Friday Penance

WHERE'S THE BEEF?

Brian A. Graebe

One area of the Church that has suffered more than its share of neglect is the penitential nature of Fridays -- not just Lenten Fridays, but all Fridays.

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Fatherhood & Fertility in The Last of the Mohicans

STRUGGLE FOR THE AMERICAN SOUL

Eric Seddon

James Fenimore Cooper's The Last of the Mohicans is the birthright of every American; it helps to explain who we are to ourselves.

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Are the Dark Clouds of Persecution Beginning to Gather?

CONSIDERATION OF A HISTORIC PARALLEL

F. Douglas Kneibert

Jokes, editorial cartoons, and movies routinely ridicule the Catholic Church. Are we in the early days of a stealthy but persistent persecution?

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Notre Dame, R.I.P.

GUEST COLUMN

Michael V. McIntire

Notre Dame's honoring of President Obama was the full flowering of the university's rebellion against the Magisterium of the Church.

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The Primeval Struggle

GUEST COLUMN

Terence J. Hughes

The forces that promote the Culture of Death have chosen their reward: "Better to reign in Hell than serve in Heaven!"

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Briefly: July-August 2009

Reviews of Status Envy... Liberal Fascism... Last Rites...

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