CCI readers will note that CTA devotee Robert McClory is out with a new essay lamenting the the gulf between revolutionary ‘reformers’ of Catholicism at Common Ground, and the stone age traditionalists who cling to – gasp! – the traditional teachings and liturgies of the 2,000 year old Catholic Faith. Bernardin’s contribution to the ‘modern’ Catholic lexicon include ‘seamless garment’ and ‘common ground’ Catholicism. As Cardinal Law said when CG was introduced, truth and dissent from truth have no reason to dialogue on church matters. Dale Vree chimes in with more fashion tips for the dissenters from the June 2003 issue of New Oxford Review.