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New Oxford Notes: March 2009

Strange Spirits & Alien Gods

The changing of the presidential guard was accomplished this past January with a measure of political bluster and a mess of religious blather.

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Pope Benedict's Tightrope Act

The Pope's recent decision to lift the excommunications of four traditionalist bishops has sent shockwaves reaching far beyond Christendom.

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Avery Cardinal Dulles & Fr. Richard John Neuhaus: In Memoriam

Recently, within a span of 30 days, the Catholic Church in the United states lost two of her most prominent and respected thinkers.

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