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New Oxford Notes: March 2008

Don't Just Search, GoodSearch

We would like to introduce our readers who use search engines -- we know you are many -- to a new way to search online: It's called GoodSearch.

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First Impressions Are Often Correct

What was it like for a self-proclaimed "progressive" priest to celebrate his first-ever old Latin Mass? Was it onerous? Was it tedious?

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Reinforcements Are on the Way

The Vatican has decided to draft a new "instruction," necessitated by "confused reactions" to the Pope's universal indult.

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Not Peace, But a Sword

Archbishop Nienstedt stands accused of having divided parents from children, and family members from each other.

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