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Rome / SSPX Timeline - Updated

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Update: I just found on La PorteLatine a timeline in french!

http://laportelatine.org/vatican/sanctions_indults_discussions/sanctions_indults_discussions.php



This timeline will be a long 'look back' over the 40 + year history of interactions between Rome and SSPX.


I intend to put a link to it in the 'pages' bar as I update it.

I started a couple of similar timelines:

http://tradicat.blogspot.ca/2015/10/rome-sspx-relations-timeline.html
http://tradicat.blogspot.ca/2014/07/rome-and-sspx-timeline-work-in-progress.html



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