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  1. Susan Mangels March 17, 2013
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    As a former Lutheran and a convert to Catholicism 25 years ago I very much appreciated Scholl’s piece on sharing the new pope. This reminded me of Neuhaus’ book The Catholic Moment from some years ago that spoke to the relevance of Catholicism for all men of good will.

    Thank you for understanding Catholicism and for your love of Christian unity. I look forward to reading you more often.

    Susan Mangels, PhD

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