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New Oxford Notes: September 2014

Lost in the Plethora of Anathemas

The Pope hurls one anathema after the next. Each time he speaks, each time he gives an interview, he seems to have a fresh target — and many are members of the Catholic Church.

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The Kiss Seen 'Round the World

If you think there should be places where men can be men — football locker rooms, U.S. military barracks, Catholic seminaries, etc. — you'd better ready yourself for a trip to re-education camp.

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