Wanderer Forum Honors Boland, Mrs. Robinson, Marshner
July 10, 1975
Three persons received awards at the Eleventh National Wanderer Forum at an awards banquet on Saturday evening, June 28th, at the Hilton Hotel in St. Paul. The awards are given by the Wanderer Forum Foundation to Catholics who have defended Magisterial teachings in their work for the Faith.
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Reaction From Saginaw
J. MATT JR.
September 26, 1974
The recently concluded series by W.H. Marshner on The Church in the Diocese of Saginaw has provoked a storm of reaction. Many priests and laymen have written to thank us for publishing the truth about conditions in Saginaw and express the hope that the publicity may result in some corrective action. As might be expected the reactions from “establishment” sources were not very complimentary.
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THANKS TO MARSHNER
Raoul de la Torre Valenzuela
Editor, THE WANDERER:
Thank you very much for publishing the brilliant and stunning series on Allende’s program for programmed misery in Chile by William Marshner. This type of report by America’s finest Catholic weekly has been long overdue. Only someone like Marshner, with his cultured appreciation for Catholic Hispanic culture, could have gathered and put forth the truth so courageously.
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Hans Küng: Infallible? (Reaction)
M. J. Harsy
Vol. VI. No. 7
W. H. Marshner’s article on Hans Küng in your June issue (“Hans Küng: Infallible?”) is, in my opinion, the finest piece of writing and thinking you have ever published.
You introduce the author merely as a “Yale linguist.” Perhaps your readers would be glad to have him identified more fully in a succeeding issue.
M. J. Harsy
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