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The Amen Corner
Before Vatican II, readers enjoyed H.A. Reinhold's trenchant and challenging "Timely Tracts" (1938-1954). After the Council the Amen Corner took its place, authored first by Robert Hovda, then by Nathan Mitchell, and most recently by a group of authors.

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