"What is the
traditional term for those help propagate heresy or who publicly join in divine
worship with non-Catholics?"
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The traditional term
for those who "knowingly and willfully help to propagate heresy or who hold
comminicatio in sacris ('Catholics actively and publicly joined in divine
worship with non-Catholics) with heretics" is "suspect of heresy"...
Whoever in any manner willingly and knowingly helps in the promulgation of
heresy, or who communicates in things divine with heretics against the
prescriptions of Canon 1258, is suspected of heresy." (1917 Code of Canon Law)
Note that heresy is a
serious matter which is condemned in Holy Scripture (try
here for some relevant quotations).
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