Neuhaus, Richard John
May 1998
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;May1998, Issue 83, p66
Comments on the reaction of Mother Angelica, a nun who owns the Eternal World television and radio enterprise in the U.S., to a pastoral letter on liturgy issued by Los Angeles archbishop Roger Cardinal Mahony. Views of Mother Angelica on criticizing bishops or anyone else who misrepresents the faith; Invocation of the canon law by Mahony; Efforts of Mahony to get Mother Angelica an interdict from the Vatican.


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