The Great Schism

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ern and Western, especially at the points in history when theyrnare explicitly opposing each other or together combating thernsame contemporary errors. The happy result of this can be arngenuine ecumenism, an ecumenism, if you will, of the "antiecumenical,"rninnocent of ideology or indifferentism. DomrnGerard Calvet, abbot of the traditional Benedictine . . .

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