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Daily Archives: 23 October 2006
The remains of two Perth archbishops were exhumed from under the floorboards of St Mary’s cathedral in the Western Australia capital. (R)ecords from 1943 suggested the tombs had been moved to a newer section of St Mary’s, but did not … Continue reading
This section is much-quoted since the council. A reading of SC 5 & 6 is helpful in giving it a wider perspective than traditionalist critics are willing to offer it. You’ll remember that SC immediately began chapter 1 “General Principles … Continue reading