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New Oxford Notes: January-February 2012

Shameless Shepherding

Bishops in Germany have taken an embarrassingly long time to learn that: "We cannot earn money during the week with what we preach against on Sundays."

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Saints for a Secular Nation

Secularism could be said to be our national religion, with its own pantheon of "saints," including the newly "canonized" Steve Jobs, founder of Apple and perfecter of the glowing handheld idol.

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