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New Oxford Notes: November 2014

Is Adulthood in America Dead?

Consumerism smothers culture and production is a thing of the past. Is it any wonder that men of today are alienated from the very concept of manhood, and are retreating into the cocoon of childhood?

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The Birth-Control Box in the Living Room

Research has uncovered a link between soap operas and lower fertility rates in Brazil, Mexico, and Kenya. In fact, some countries have "a history of using soap operas to cut fertility."

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Enter the American Bergoglio

The National Catholic Reporter, the anti-Catholic Huffington Post, New Ways Ministry, and Call to Action are thrilled with Archbishop-elect Blase Cupich, Chicago's shepherd since 2014.

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