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Thursday, March 12, 2009

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Ed Peters

"A most encouraging response." Perhaps it is. Really, I don't know yet. The SSPX note does seem to me, however, to use language that could embrace a very wide range of meanings.

What I don't like is when two sides reach agreement on a text, not because the text covers only the small range of their agreement, but because both sides understand a text very differently, falsely implying a wide range of agreement, and sign on to it for the sake of extraneous goals.

History has plenty of such examples, and truth makes short work of the illusory demonstration of unity.

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