Exegeting D'Arcy and Quinn

 

We've gotten thousands of hits and a boatload of letters on this week's two cover stories by Bishop John D'Arcy and John Quinn on the Notre Dame affair.  Some you can already read at the close of each of the articles; others we will publish in later editions of the magazine.  For the time being, Grant Gallicho at Dotcommonweal exegetes the two perspectives here.

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