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Misquote

By Domenico Bettinelli, Jr. (articles ) | Aug 11, 2003

Terry Mattingly writes about Andrew Sullivan and bloggers in his latest column.

What's strange is he quotes Fr. C. John McCloskey as talking about Sullivan here. I didn't remember Fr. McCloskey being quoted here or being a contributor to OTR so I looked it up. It turns out it was actually a blog entry by Fr. Mankowski. Fr. McCloskey is not a contributor to this blog.

Why would Mattingly refer to Fr. Mankowski as Fr. McCloskey? Must just have been an error. Very odd. I suppose we should be thankful he referenced us with a link.

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  • Posted by: RC - Aug. 11, 2003 11:44 PM ET USA

    Well, y'know, Dom, those Polish names all sound alike :-)

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