34 / CHRONICLESnA good deal of selectivity must benemployed to build Dolan's unattestednthesis that there have always been twonequally important schools of thoughtnregarding Catholicism in America:nEnlightened Catholics wanted thenpluralism that came with a nationalnchurch in tune with the American waynof life; the benighted "Europeanists"nwere the opposition. Those with . . .
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