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F. W. McMorran

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Correspondence
F. W. McMorran also writes in response to Lang-Sims’, also in defense of the church. McMorran disputes several assertions (presumably made by Lang-Sims), including the idea that the change from Latin to the vernacular in the Mass invalidates either the service or the priesthood. He concludes citing the Pope’s own criticism of the mania for “change and novelty” and assertion “that the traditional doctrines of the Church still stand,” as evidence that the Church remains valid.
Correspondence on changes in the Catholic Church - 2McMorran, F. W. Vol. 2, No. 3. ( Summer, 1968) Christianity
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