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*Deadline extended* Call for Book Chapters (Edited Collection): A Reflexive study of the Rituals Associated with Death and Dying (working title)

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September 11, 2018 to October 19, 201

To Agreeably Disagree - Two Priests in Modern Public Life (George Higgins and Richard Neuhaus)

In 1986, Monsignor George Higgins wrote to his friend, Richard John Neuhaus, that it “would appear that we will simply have to agree to disagree agreeably about your report on the Synod,”¹ referring to their differing views of the 1985 Synod assessing Vatican II reforms.

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