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New Oxford Notes: March 2012

Where Have All the Students Gone?

Media coverage of Catholic school closings in city after city raises a certain question that isn't asked, and that few can even imagine asking.

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Liturgical Winners & Losers

The successful implementation of the third edition of the Roman Missal represents a stinging defeat for the progressive faction of the Church, and a resounding victory for the "reform of the reform" party.

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