Weigel or Wills

Commentary magazine, published by the American Jewish Committee, rarely takes direct notice of developments or events in the Catholic world. Catholic-Jewish relations, or examinations of the church’s troubled history of anti-Semitism and arguments about the church’s alleged complicity in the Holocaust, are understandable exceptions. But intramural church arguments do not usually warrant space.

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