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2009 October

The 'Hard Sayings' Line

EDITORIAL

What could be less fashionable, less trendy -- or more shocking -- than wearing an NOR T-shirt bearing a weighty Scripture saying?

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Letter to the Editor: October 2009

A Theme Runs Through It... The Coming Persecution... Pay Attention to the Context of Persecution... Fascism: Of the Rightor the Left?... Autonomy & Accountability... and more

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The News You May Have Missed

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Christmas in August... Prone to Marilyn... Virgin Birth... Food Fight... Get Thee to a Nunnery... Sodom's Sinkholes... No Joke...

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New Oxford Notes: October 2009

City of Confusion... Two Tracks of 'Communion'... With Cautious Optimism...

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The Case Against Liturgical Antiquarianism

A COURSE DEFTLY CHARTED

Harold B. McKale

We should expect liturgical rites wherein the priestly office is most clearly expressed as a living and continuous reality and not a static object in a museum display.

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Worshiping the Idol of 'Woman's Experience'

AN EASY, SMOOTH DESCENT INTO APOSTASY

Anne Barbeau Gardiner

This ideology leads to giving private approval of abortion, and from there to giving material cooperation and a public voice to the Culture of Death.

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The Five Most Pathetic Words

'I AM A PROCHOICE CATHOLIC'

Patrick Madrid

For the sake of your own immortal soul, and for the sake of the lives of the unborn children your ideology menaces, please rid yourself of this delusion.

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Abortion Referrals at Catholic Hospitals

COOPERATING IN EVIL

Regis Scanlon

Catholic hospitals and medical personnel are not permitted to assist people, directly or indirectly, in obtaining an abortion, sterilization, or the Plan B pill.

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Is Scientism Winning?

SCIENCE & CULTURE -- PART 1

Murray S. Daw

A return to basic principles makes it possible to engage modern science directly in terms of an understanding of nature, of existence.

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A Good Act of Contrition

GUEST COLUMN

Donald J. Malkie

Then it was my turn to kneel at the top step of the altar, with the gold paten under my chin, to receive the Sacrament of Holy Communion. What a great and glorious feeling it was!

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St. Augustine’s Defense of Judaism

Arthur C. Sippo

His apologetic preserved the integrity of the Old Testament revelation while finding a justification for tolerance of the sizable Jewish minority in Roman society.

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Briefly: October 2009

Reviews of Waiting for the Apocalypse: A Memoir of Faith and Family... Sweet and Blessed Country: The Christian Hope for Heaven... Jesus-Shock...

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