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New Oxford Notes: September 2016

Charles Curran Makes a Confession

Fr. Charles Curran says he now recognizes "the omnipresent reality of white privilege and how it has affected our understanding of and approach to theology."

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Barbarians Inside the Temple

By killing a priest as he celebrated Mass, Islamic supremacists have framed their ongoing aggression as a religious war between Islam and Catholicism.

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