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2015 January-February

Letter to the Editor: January-February 2015

The Struggles of Great Souls... A Throwback to the Good Old Days... Balance & Reality... Righteous to a Fault... The Last Gibraltar... The Supreme Law... Baptisms of the Unborn... Men Behaving Badly... A Ray of Hope

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The News You May Have Missed

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The Privileges of Paid Membership... Wings & a Prayer... Church of St. Ronald?... Holy Cross Dressing... Angling for Providence... Jesus of Philadelphia... Legal Lightweights... Blessings from Jeff Bezos... Your 2014 Word of the Year

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New Oxford Notes: January-February 2015

War on Christmas? Never Happened!... Eugenics in the USA: Black Life, White Justice

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Scenes from Ground Zero of the Abortion Holocaust

MODERN GOLGOTHAS

Alvaro Delgado

In modern-day America, human life is destroyed on a massive scale with the cruel, evil, and machine-like efficiency characteristic of the Nazis.

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On Pilgrimage with Pope Francis

ESCHEWING SECURITY, HEADING FOR THE PERIPHERIES

Raymond T. Gawronski

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A Church Rises from the Ruins

BROTHERS OF THE SWORD, THE SINGING REVOLUTION & JOHN PAUL'S LAST BISHOP

Thomas Basil

Catholicism in 1980s Estonia amounted to one shunned priest living in a closet; his flock numbered fewer than a half dozen souls.

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Average Is Not Normal

VITAL WORKS RECONSIDERED, #40

Mitchell Kalpakgian

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Anthem of the Auto-Confessing Bad Doctrine

GUEST COLUMN

Jason M. Morgan

Liberalism is pop culture, and pop culture is liberalism. It flows out in a torrent from the amps of the tattooed crooners of our woe-befallen land.

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The Principle of Legitimacy

Michael S. Rose

Though it is debatable how successful Catholics have been in their fight for equality in Northern Ireland, no one can claim that they were defeated.

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Devil or Disease?

Stephen J. Kovacs

Do we have a means by which to judge between true and false possession? Dr. Jean Lhermitte says yes, we do, to an extent.

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The Green Goddess

Anne Barbeau Gardiner

In Ask the Beasts, Sister Elizabeth Johnson develops her own evolutionary theology, and of course attacks Church teaching.

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Briefly: January-February 2015

Race with the Devil: My Journey from Racial Hatred to Rational Love... Star Crossed: A Hollywood Love Story in Three Acts

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