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New Oxford Notes: June 2009

Why the Double Standard?

When prolifers are the protesters, standing up for what they believe, why are they treated as if they have no right to voice their objections?

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Can the Pope Save the Legion of Christ?

The Legion has long been accused of obfuscating the truth about its methods and finances, and the life of its late leader.

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Surprise! Femi-nuns Find Themsleves Under the Microscope

The nation's largest organization of administrators of women's religious orders is also being investigated by the Vatican.

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