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Plenary indulgence available at opening of English shrine for extraordinary form

Catholic World News - March 20, 2012

Pope Benedict XVI has announced that a plenary indulgence can be obtained by those who attend the re-opening of church in Shrewsbury, England, that will be dedicated to the extraordinary form of the Latin rite.

The Church of Sts. Peter and Paul, which had been closed as a parish church in 2008, will be opened on March 24 as a shrine under the direction of the Institute of Christ the King, a society dedicated to the traditional liturgy.

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