Has "Traditionis custodes" Failed? - The Latin Mass in the New York Times
Avoiding Babylon dives into the Nov 15th, 2022 New York Times article on the traditional Latin Mass and asks the question, "Has Traditionis custodes already failed less than 2 years after its publication?"
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