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New Oxford Notes: September 2013

Discerning the Spirits of Deception

The presiding bishop and primate of the Episcopal Church has difficulty distinguishing the work of the Lord from that of the spirits of deception.

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Dances With Wolves, Vatican Edition

The days of trusting what's going on deep behind the scenes in chanceries and in the Roman curia are over. Transparency is what's needed, not blind trust in some broken bureaucracy.

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