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Answered 2008-08-18 15:23:59

It is difficult to find this document on the web. I believe you are looking for a document that was issued on December 14th, 1990. You can inquire to those managing the Vatican's website "Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith" by emailing cdf@cfaith.va and requesting a copy or means to find one.

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