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New Oxford Notes: September 2018

Uncle Ted McCarrick: Queen Pin of the Lavender Mafia

Many, many priests and bishops knew Theodore McCarrick was a serial molester and yet, somehow, McCarrick got the ultimate appointment to the Archdiocese of Washington D.C., and was elevated to the rank of cardinal.

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