Charles G. Mills

About Charles G. Mills

Charles G. Mills received his bachelor of arts degree in Latin and Greek from Yale in 1962, his law degree from Boston College in 1967, and his L.L.M.(Masters of Law) from Touro College in 2002. He served in the United States Army from 1962 to 1964. He is the "Judge Advocate" or general counsel to the New York State American Legion. He has published two law review articles; he has also published articles in numerous bar association publications on the law of veterans' benefits. His L.L.M. required advanced, independent study of both the law of veterans' benefits and constitutional law.

Liturgical Diversity in the Third Millennium

The liturgy in the West, today, is far richer than that set forth in the liturgical books promulgated by Pope Paul VI. In the 1970s, it was generally assumed that the liturgical reform, called for by Vatican II, had taken its final … [Read more...]