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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.

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The Self-Fulfilling Prophet

Oscar Andres Cardinal Rodriguez Maradiaga 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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