Fr. McManus Tells How To Change The Church’s Law
By W.H. MARSHNER
October 17, 1974
ST. PAUL — Fr. Frederick McManus, speaking here at the annual convention of the Canon Law Society of America, said that the canon lawyer should see himself both as an interpreter of law and as an advocate of legal “reform,” with a central role to play in the ecclesiastical autodestruction which, in Fr. McManus’s vocabulary, goes under the name of “renewal.”
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“Basic Teachings” Dismissed At Educationist Workshop
By WILLIAM H. MARSHNER
Our Second Century of Lay Apostolate
St. Paul, Minn.
March 8, 1973
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The document called “Basic Teachings for Catholic Religious Education,” which is the American Bishops’ attempt to stabilize catechetical content and to insure the teaching of the whole Faith, is a dead letter, according to religious-education experts in Nashville on February 28th.
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