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2010 April

Letter to the Editor: April 2010

Vanguard of the Anti-Tech Revolution... The Sizable Minority Is Disgusted... Women Priests Aren't the Primary Problem... Springtime for Catholicism in England... Disrespectful & Insulting... Illogical Labels... and more

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The News You May Have Missed

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Price of Overthrowing the Government: $5... A Case Against the Niqab... Burqa Barbie... The Right to Bear Arms -- at School... Museum of Human Dignity... Stand & Deliver to Ten-Year-Olds... An Educated Citizenry... Yes, We Scan... Finally, a Stone Circle!... Notre Dame Kiss-In

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New Oxford Notes: April 2010

The Silent Spectre of Religious Cleansing... Free Will & Freedom of Choice... Waiting on the Past...

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John Paul II: A Character Study

OUT OF POLAND HE WAS CALLED

Raymond T. Gawronski

The heart of his greatness was beyond any culture, because it came from his union, in prayer, with his Lord and the Lord's Blessed Mother.

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The Anatomy of Conversion

FROM DEBATE TO DISCOVERY

David Mills

Becoming a Catholic is very much like a marriage, not least in the fact that you do not really know what you are getting into until you are in it.

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A Mass in Latvia

FROM COMMUNISM TO CHRISTIANITY

Thomas Basil

Here Catholics can discover a Church tougher and more unashamed than their own, and perhaps learn to persevere against a Western cultural elite that despises them.

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Tosca: A Travesty

AN OPERA FOR THE IGNORANT

Daniel B. Gallagher

The issue at hand is a director's and general public's utter ignorance when it comes to interpreting works tinged with a spirit of Catholicism.

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The New Rite of Exorcism: A Potent Weapon Is Weakened

LIBERA NOS A MALO

Thomas J. Euteneuer

The 1614 ritual is about freeing those obsessed by demons; the 1999 revision is about prayers and supplications.

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Ralph McInerny (1929-2010)

GUEST COLUMN

Thomas P. Scheck

He was a combination of G.K. Chesterton and Jacques Maritain, with a touch of St. Jerome and Erasmus of Rotterdam thrown into the mix.

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Is Divine Mercy Sunday Liturgically Correct?

GUEST COLUMN

Robert R. Allard

Not celebrating this feast has the effect of diminishing Easter by restricting the reception of the very gifts Christ offers us.

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Global Population Control

Anne Barbeau Gardiner

The demand for the "rights" of women, homosexuals, animals, trees, and what-not is a front for the goal of regulating human breeding as if we were stockyard animals.

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Briefly: April 2010

Review of Where Did I Come From? Where Am I Going? How Do I Get There? Straight Answers for Young Cath­o­lics... Saints for Sinners: Nine Desolate Souls Made Strong by God... God's Battalions: The Case for the Crusades...

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