McVerry backs rebel priest in Vatican dispute

Niamh Lyons
January 2013
Daily Mail;1/22/2013, p16
OUTSPOKEN priest Peter McVerry has waded into the controversy over Fr. Tony Flannery, accusing the Church of 'suppressing' debate and discussion.


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