Whom DornLiberalrnCatholicsrnBack in 1969 Daniel Callahan said some candidrnand revealing things about his career as a liberalrnCatholic writer (in Spectrum of Catholic Attitudes,rnR. Campbell, ed.): “i am writing this at a veryrnnice desk, in a very nice house, and most of thernmoney for these amenities has come from thernunsought but profitable business of being knownrnas a left-wing OK Catholic, one who can be countedrnon to knock the same things in the Church that mostrnenlightened secular minds have always knocked.”rnCallahan then recalled his conversation with “therneditor of a major secular magazine” who wantedrnsomeone to write an article on a particular controversyrnin the Church. Callahan recommended a personrnwho would defend the position of the Church.rnThe editor retorted, “Oh no, we want a Catholicrnlike you.” And so, Callahan wrote it. But Callahanrnsuspected he was “being had.” He admitted thatrn”OK Catholics” like him were providing a “theologicalrnblessing” for “secular liberalism.” Being a genuinelyrnhonest man, Callahan eventually left thernChurch.rnToday there are legions of “OK Catholics” outrnthere winning respectability, fame, and fortune byrnknocking the Church on behalf of the highrnmuckamucks of Political Correctness in the secularrnmedia and elsewhere. Incredibly, some of thosernquisling-Catholics are employed by Catholic institutions!rnWe at the NEW OXFORD REVIEW, a Catholicrnmonthly magazine, knock the czars of PoliticalrnCorrectness, question the quislings, and stand uprnfor the Church. We take our name from the 19thcenturyrnOxford Movement in England, and like itsrnmost celebrated convert to Catholicism, JohnrnHenry Newman, we believe that if you belong to arnchurch whose defining tenets you won’t accept,rnyou should consider leaving and finding a churchrnwith which you can agree.rnWe present the authentic Catholic vision tornthe world in a muscular, uncompromising way. Wernknow, with Newman, that Holy Mother Churchrn”hopes and fears nothing from the world; it madernher not, nor can destroy her…. She may be persecutedrnby it, butshethrives under the persecution….rnRidicule her — she does but smile upon you morerna w f u l l y and persuasively….” If you’re anrnunintimidated, no-nonsense Catholic — or want tornbe — subscribe today!rn(Please allow 2 to 8 weeks for delivery of first issue)rnSPECIAL DISCOUNT RATES FOR FIRST-TIME SUBSCRIBERSrnD One-year subscription $14 (regularly $19)rnD One-year student, unemployed, or retiredrnperson’s subscription $12 (regularly $16)rnD Two-year subscription $23 (regularly $35)rnNAME (Please print or type)rnSTREET ADDRESSrnL CITY STATE ZIPrnD One-year non-U.S. subscription US$24rn(regularly $29) Payment must be drawn in U.S. DollarsrnD Sample copy $3.50rnSend coupon or letter. Make check payable tornNEW OXFORD REVIEW. Mail to:rnNEW OXFORD REVIEWrnRoom 156rn1069 Kains Ave.rnBerkeley CA 94706rnPAYMENT MUST ACCOMPANY ORDER Jrnrnrn