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New Oxford Notes: June 2013

Action & Overreaction: Figuring Out Francis

Our new Pontiff has new ideas and a new manner of delivery. Even as we are jolted about by his surprises, we see that he is staying faithful to his mandate.

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The New Frontier in Family Life

Where adults are abundant and children scarce, animals are brought in to fill the void, creating a situation in which "dogs are the new children."

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