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New Oxford Notes: October 2012

Catholic Moment 2012

The path of explaining -- let alone implementing -- Catholic wisdom as applied to societal matters is a long and complicated one. It helps to have authentic lay Catholics in high offices.

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An End to Equivocation?

Into the hostile environment of the Archdiocese of San Francisco steps a bishop who leaves no doubt about where he stands on the burning issues facing the Church.

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