Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre, head of the international Society of St Pius X, suspended by Pope Paul VI for refusing to accept the reforms of the 2nd Vatican Council, being interviewed at Domus Dei Centre, Stanmore.

Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre, head of the international Society of St Pius X, suspended by Pope Paul VI for refusing to accept the reforms of the 2nd Vatican Council, being interviewed at Domus Dei Centre, Stanmore. November 6, 1981. (Photo by Pearce/Fairfax Media via Getty Images).
Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre, head of the international Society of St Pius X, suspended by Pope Paul VI for refusing to accept the reforms of the 2nd Vatican Council, being interviewed at Domus Dei Centre, Stanmore. November 6, 1981. (Photo by Pearce/Fairfax Media via Getty Images).
Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre, head of the international Society of St Pius X, suspended by Pope Paul VI for refusing to accept the reforms of the 2nd Vatican Council, being interviewed at Domus Dei Centre, Stanmore.
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