"In the minds of people everywhere, this infallible teaching of the Church is inseparable from the name of Father Leonard Feeney. To clear the good name of that holy priest is a necessary and salutary first step toward full restoration of the 'Dogma of Faith' and the authority of the Church."
I trust the St. Benedict Center to get things right, but you all know the old saying, "If something sounds too good to be true, then..."
Any sources on this? Historical validation is requested.
While the article does not mark where the citation of JPII ends, the actual quote of JPII begins and ends five paragraphs previous to the cited closing paragraph.
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"We are the guardians of something given, and given to the Church universal; something which is not the result of reflection, however competent, on cultural and social questions of the day, and is not merely the best path among many, but the one and only path to salvation."
Clearly, that article needs some work.