Loyalty and Dissent: Perspectives From History

Williams, George H.
June 1970
America;6/27/1970, Vol. 122 Issue 25, p669
The article focuses on the issues of loyalty and dissent in the Catholic Church. It says that the Protestants are skeptical on how the Catholics will be able survive the issues of loyalty and dissent while responding constructively to challenges. The Roman Catholic Church will have to cope up with new challenges including the nationalist-ethnic separatism like those of the Reformation in the 16th century.


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