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New Oxford Notes: June 2011

Irony & the Obama Catholic

President Obama's number one Catholic supporter has resigned as Ambassador to Malta after being criticized by the State Department for his "unconventional approach."

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How I Learned to Stop Worrying & Love the Internet

Fractured Catholic granules isolated in separate information spheres is inimical and antithetical to the Church's mission to unify mankind in Christ.

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Is Your Job on the Endangered-Species List?

As the economy and culture become increasingly feminized, how long will it be before we start speaking of a "glass ceiling" for men?

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