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New Oxford Notes: June 2010

2002 Deja Vu

Many have wondered in recent years if the priest sex abuse scandal is a uniquely American problem. This year we got our answer -- no!

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The Double Life of Marcial Maciel

Since his death it has been discovered that the Legion of Christ founder lived under an assumed name with at least one woman -- for decades.

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The Devil Laughs When Children Die

An incident in Italy this past April offered appropriable insight into the profit-driven abortion industry's largely hidden dark aspects.

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The Future Ain't What It Used to Be

Charlotte Allen has made the provocative assertion that the project of Catholic dissent has "lost steam as an intellectual movement."

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