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New Oxford Notes: May 2010

The Smoke of Satan in the Vatican?

Fr. Gabriel Amorth's recent declaration that Satan is alive and well in the heart of the Vatican itself has to rank as the exorcist's most provocative revelation to date.

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The Timing Is Just Too Perfect

Have you noticed the wickedly impeccable timing of the world press's latest piling-on of Pope Benedict XVI?

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