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New Oxford Notes: April 2009

The Self-Destruction of a Cult of Personality

What happens to a religious order based on the charism of its founder when that founder is discovered to have led a life of sexual abuse?

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Return Volley

Nancy Pelosi's insolent braying awoke the sleeping giant: Some 30 bishops issued correctives to her erroneous comment about when life begins.

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U.S. Seminaries: Condition Stabilized

Why have the U.S. bishops seemed none too keen on drawing attention to the Vatican report on the moral and intellectual life of U.S. seminaries?

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