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New Oxford Notes: September 2003

Simony in the Church of England

The Anglicans has fallen on hard times, both in terms of membership and finances.

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A Bigger Sin Than Buggery?

OSV's Monsignor Campion still hasn't wised up.

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The Face of "Gay" Clericalism

A gang of 26 priests in the Altoona-Johnstown diocese demand gay-friendly seminarians.

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