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New Oxford Notes: December 2013

Pope Francis & the Primacy of Conscience

The most egregious remark in the Pope's interview with Scalfari concerns a subjective definition of conscience, one that the self-described atheist says he "perfectly shares."

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Pope Francis: Delight of the World

Jorge Mario Bergoglio is fast becoming one of the most popular persons on the planet, a global celebrity of the greatest appeal.

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