March 26, 2011

April May Be the Cruelest Month for Traditionalists

John Allen, National Catholic Reporter


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For anyone hoping that longstanding ruptures between Rome and the traditionalist wing of the Catholic church are on the brink of swift resolution, it may turn out that April is indeed the cruelest month.

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