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Babalawo Abe in his applying joins the suit stated that his children who are traditionalists and Ifa worshippers were stopped from freely practising their religion by preventing them from entering the school premises for adorning traditional beads, a sign of their faith because it was not part of the prescribed school uniform.
The years reported by the respondents were then recoded into generational categories: 1981-2000 = Millennials, 1965-1980 = Generation X, 1946-1964 = Baby Boomers, before-1945 = Traditionalist (The Center for Generational Kinetics, 2016).
In your description of a "progressive" you write, "Some on the progressive side have gone as far as to characterize all traditionalists as hateful and fearful, as having the same spirit as the Orlando attacker." While this is sadly true I feel that either the sentence should have been omitted or its parallel included in the "traditionalist" characterization.
Francis had indicated a move toward unity between the wider church and the traditionalist society with the opening of the ongoing Jubilee Year of Mercy last fall.
Then-Pope Benedict XVI launched an investigation into the congregation after five of its priests complained that the order was taking on an overly traditionalist bent, with the old Latin Mass being celebrated more and more at the expense of the liturgy in the vernacular.
A half-century ago conservatives were as much divided as they are today, philosophically broken into warring tribes of virtue-minded traditionalists and freedom-loving libertarians.
In spite of women now making up around a third of all clergy, and just under half of those training for ordination, the Church has struggled to draw up legislation introducing women bishops which is accepted by both traditionalists and pro-women campaigners.
Pius X is an estranged traditionalist group currently in dialogue with Rome.
Pro-women campaigners have said that the new amendment would enshrine discrimination against women in law by allowing traditionalists to choose a male bishop who shares their own views on female clergy.
The panel consisted of lawyers from four different law firms--each from a different generation: a traditionalist (born 1928-1945), a Baby Boomer (born 1946-64), a Gen-Xer (born 1965-1979) and a Gen-Yer (born 1980-2000).
Earlier this month, three serving and two retired traditionalist Anglican bishops announced they would be among the first to leave the Church of England in order to accept an offer from Pope Benedict XVI.