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New Oxford Notes: January-February 2010

Which Side Are You On?

The practical effect of the Pope's Anglicanorum Coetibus has been to crystallize the significant differences between modern Anglicanism and Holy Mother Church.

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It's Always the Family

Whoever said that pornography is a victimless crime? The family is usually the first to suffer.

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The Kennedy Legacy Continues

Senator Ted Kennedy may be dead and buried, but the family legacy lives on in the person of his son Patrick.

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