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New Oxford Notes: November 2010

Cardinal Newman: The Urban Legend

One particularly scurrilous urban legend of the day involves Blessed John Henry Cardinal Newman and the particularities of his burial.

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Power, Money & Mind Control

As time goes on, it's becoming clearer that these three concepts best describe the modus operandi — and the goals — of the Legion of Christ.

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A Showdown for the Ages

The level of intrigue in the legal drama involving the "Notre Dame 88" at the University of Notre dame has reached a new high.

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