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New Oxford Notes: March 2010

Enter the Belgian Ratzinger

Pope Benedict XVI has appointed a new leader of the Church in Belgium — a man who appears to be his liberal predecessor's polar opposite.

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Traditionalism's Proving Ground

How bad have things gotten in the Catholic Church in France? Only 4.5 percent of all the nation's Catholics attend Mass at least once a week.

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