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New Oxford Notes: March 2011

In Lawsuits He Trusts

Michael Newdow, the atheist who almost succeeded in having the words "under God" removed from the Pledge of Allegiance, is wielding his made-up church as a weapon in his legal battle against God.

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We're Taking Our Ball & Going Home

When Pope Benedict urged the governments of Muslim countries to take more effective measures to protect religious minorities within their borders, Egypt went apoplectic.

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American Catholics: Unclear on the Concepts

Are American Catholics dense? That seemed, at first blush, to be the underlying message delivered by Peter Kodwo Appiah Cardinal Turkson.

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