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New Oxford Notes: October 2010

Another Revolution in the Church! (Yawn)

Have you heard the news? There's a new revolution in the Church! It's been started by, of all people, a little old lady from County Cork.

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Shrewd as Serpents, Innocent as Doves

Foreseeing the onslaught of distorted media coverage of the papal visit to Britain a group of fiathful Catholics banded together to set the record straight.

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Get Married, Save the Economy

One aspect of the gay-marriage brouhaha has largely gone unnoticed and merits consideration: Gay marriage is good for business.

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