November 2013
America;11/18/2013, Vol. 209 Issue 15, p7
This section presents excerpts of blog posts, including one from the article "Titles and Cassocks and Vestments, Oh My!," by Michael F. Duffy and another from the article "The False Charge of Clericalism," by John Trugilio Jr.


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