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New Oxford Notes: March 2013

The Revolution That Wasn't

There is a group in the Church that has noticed your smooth transition to the new missal — and is still peeved about the whole thing.

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Forty Years After : Have the Tables Finally Turned?

Mainstream media coverage of the fortieth anniversary of included some stories that weren't typical puff pieces for the pro-abortion movement.

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