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sympathy with the Roman and the Greek churches. He insisted that the Eastern, the Roman, and the Anglican churches are branches of the one true church. The only two objections to the Roman church which he appears to have considered conclusive were the cultus of Mary and the dogma of papal infallibility. The strength of his interest in the Roman church is shown by words written shortly before his death: "The Vatican council was the greatest sorrow I ever had in a long life " (p. 220).doi:10.1086/477332 fatcat:chubx4fdxnhebd5v52ybc5pcae