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Tuesday, April 19, 2005

Infallibility, doctrinal change, and the Catholic church

At the centre of the recent history of the Roman Catholic church is the tension between dwindling numbers of church goers in developed countries and the desire to hold fast to traditional church teachings, some of which are of dwindling popularity. This column from the Ottawa Citizen looks at papal infallibility in light of the clash between conservatives and "relativists" in the current papal conclave.

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