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New Oxford Notes: July-August 2012

Sister Act

The Vatican just wants to see Catholic nuns abiding by the norms of the Church without undermining her teachings or thumbing their noses at legitimate religious authority. Is this a surprise?

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Is America Becoming More Pro-Life?

If there's a large discrepancy between the number of Americans who identify as pro-life and those who believe abortion should be outlawed, then there's a growing misunderstanding of what it means to be pro-life.

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The Numbers Game

Pro-abortionists love nothing more than to expose any inconsistencies or dishonesties perpetrated by pro-lifers. We've got to maintain hold of the moral high ground.

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How to Change a Culture

The outcome of the pro-life struggle hinges on the legal status of abortion. As long as it remains legal, we're losing; once it's outlawed, we've triumphed.

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