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New links have been added to the following pages People always sent me e-mails, asking me to add their links to my site. The following contains suggested additions from close friends to strangers. Your comments are appreciated as I have to decide if to keep the links on my web site. To my knowledge all the links below are inline with Catholic Theology and Teaching.

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