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New Oxford Notes: January 2009

What Is That Thing?

Since adopting our "new" emblem four years ago it has elicited more than a few "huh?" and "ewww!" responses.

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What We Have Here Is a Failure to Communicate (Catholic Teaching)

Barack Obama has been billed as the most extreme pro-abortion president ever. Yet 54 percent of Catholics voted for him. How could that be?

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Where Do We Go From Here?

With the humiliating failures of the prolife cause, it's difficult to see how the 2008 election could not be considered a referendum on abortion.

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Louder Than Words

In 2007 the U.S. bishops donated over $1 million in 37 separate grants to ACORN, a radical, pro-abortion group, and upwards of $7 million since 2000.

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The Woeful Plights of Indian Christians

Scandalously scant attention has been paid to the increasingly brutal attacks against Christians perpetrated by Hindus in India.

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