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New Oxford Notes: May 2013

Will the Real Pope Francis Please Stand Up?

Aside from style, Francis gives every indication of carrying on the essential spiritual vision of Benedict XVI, particularly in battling the "tyranny of relativism."

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The Identity of the Family Is in Jeopardy

In 2010 then-Cardinal Bergoglio sent a letter to the Carmelite nuns of the Archdiocese of Buenos Aires asking them to pray that God spare their nation from the harm of same-sex marriage.

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