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Monday, September 12, 2011

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lee faber

The regensburg address also outraged the Scotists, because of the false and misleading statements about Duns Scotus, but we didn't get any media coverage because we didn't riot and kill people.

Steve Cianca

Here is an excellent article by Samuel Gregg at NRO on the continuing significance of Benedict's Regensburg address.

http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/276883/benedict-regensburg-why-it-still-matters-samuel-gregg

Carl E. Olson

Lee: I, for one, admire your restraint. ;-) You might be happy to know that Ignatius Press will soon be distributing the film, "Blessed Duns Scotus: Defender of the Immaculate Conception" (available in October).

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