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New Oxford Notes: April 2018

Zen & the Artifice of Vatican Diplomacy

Joseph Cardinal Zen Ze-kiun, archbishop emeritus of Hong Kong, calls the looming Vatican-China deal a "shameless surrender" that legitimizes the communist regime's episcopal appointments and "enslaves the Church."

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They're Coming for Our Children

American Christians take pride in the "religious freedom" we think we enjoy. But rights regarding even our own children can evaporate into the mist.

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