Francisco Franco is still dead
By Jeff (articles ) | June 11, 2003 8:46 AM
And a new archbishop of Boston has still not been appointed.
Other items of interest:
Microsoft has issued a patch to fix a critical security flaw in Internet Explorer.
The Winnipeg Sun surveys conflicting reports on whether the Holy See has rejected a proposed Canadian ambassador.
Terry Mattingly of Scripps Howard News Service profiles Fr. C. John McCloskey III, who reminds us that "A liberal Catholic is oxymoronic.... a person who disagrees with what the Catholic Church is teaching is called a Protestant."
CERC reprints a 1998 Janet Smith article, replete with statistics, on the effects of premarital sex.
And a miracle South African baby grew in her mother's liver, not her womb (from BBC, not the National Enquirer).
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