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New Oxford Notes: July-August 2014

A Manufactured Controversy

Those raising the most vocal objections to new diocesan teacher contracts -- which stipulate that teachers conduct themselves according to basic Catholic principles in their public lives -- are those who do not agree with many of the Church's teachings.


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