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Have added a citation to the Archbishop's archpastoral directive (which was the suspension of the clergy), and ideally, would like to add citations to articles posted on Ben Lomond Tragedy. Although the sources are proper for encyclopaedic articles, based on new articles that have been posted there, I'd want a consensus to add such citations. — edited by Pιsτévο talk complaints at 02:03, January 28, 2008 (PST)
Pending any objections, I'll put a link up to Dcn R. Thomas Zell's article on this, written in the first AGAIN magazine post-court verdict. It's viewable here (about eight screens down), and I'm not sure where else it might be available. At some point, any additional points from this article should be added in to the article itself.
Anyone think that this should be unprotected, or is it just going to be a permanently touchy subject until all the key players are out of the Church Militant? — by Pιsτévο talk complaints at 20:34, March 5, 2008 (PST)
Feel free to remove this section once dealt with (including if you choose not to deal with it).
1. While not specifically a typo, the third sentence of the first bullet could be cleaned up by not using the word "period" an extra time.
2. Minor beef, but should we adjust British spellings (e.g., "practise") in an article about an innately American episode? I honestly don't know if there's a wiki standard for use of English (US vs. UK). If there is none, then please, allow me to sit down and shut up.
Let me also thank you for this article. I'm reaching a point now where I need a good understanding of what happened just so I don't stick my foot in my mouth while discussing it with others. I really hate controversy. It makes me break out in hives.
Theophilus 23:14, May 3, 2009 (UTC)