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New Oxford Notes: March 2014

The Prayers of Moloch's Modern Priestesses

Moloch's modern priestesses, who can be found roaming the American halls of power, recast abortion as sacrosanct and inviolable-- a right protected and made possible by the benevolence of an ambiguous deity.

The Self-Fulfilling Prophet

Oscar Andres Cardinal Rodriguez Maradiaga, archbishop of the Honduran capital Tegucigalpa and leader of the Council of Cardinals, has opined, "I'm firmly convinced we are at the dawn of a new era in the Church, just as when Pope John XXIII opened its windows 50 years ago and made it let in fresh air."


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