- "In the very year that Henry VIII's obedient Parliament named him head of the English church, Pope Paul III went through the streets of Rome in sackcloth and ashes for the sins of his predecessors -- but not for their errors in doctrine." Sheldon Vanauken, "The English Channel: Between Canterbury and Rome," in Under the Mercy (Nashville, TN: Thomas Nelson, Inc., 1985; rpt. San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 1988), p. 226. [back]
- Fr. John Zuhlsdorff, "SSPX's Bp. Fellay criticizes Benedict XVI about Assisi meeting" (WDTPRS, January 12, 2011)
- Fr. John Zuhlsdorff, "The Catholic Herald's William Oddie about the critics of Benedict XVI's Assisi confab" (WDTPRS, January 15, 2011).
- "Revisiting Assisi" (Musings, Sept. 11, 2006) [includes the article by Fr. Brian W. Harrison, O.S., "John Paul II and Assisi: Reflections of a 'Devil's Advocate'"]