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New Oxford Notes: November 2011

Into the Void

One would think that retooling, remarketing, and simplifying the bishops' voting guide would be a priority aimed at enlarging its readership. Unfortunately, it is not.

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Combating Cultural Vandalism: The Scottish Example

It's hard not to be impressed by the Scottish bishops' consistent, powerful salvos fired at the Scottish government over same-sex marriage legislation.

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