“Sungenis is really far out of the mainstream. For example, he thinks that women are required to cover their heads in church, which is not true.”
Actually, if I am not mistaken, Sungenis says that it was in the 1917 Code and that it was a custom for which no canon law was ever put forward overturning it. Yes, the Code of 1983 superceded the 1917 Code, but it seems to me that it was still a long standing custom (over 1900 years!) and that there was no reason to overturn it. I attend the old Latin Mass and women wearing veils is a common sight.
“Moral of this story: dont believe everything you read on the internet. Just because some guy has a blog, it doesnt mean that he knows what hes saying or that he is truthful.”
True enough, but Sungenis does have a worthwhile argument in favor of women wearing veils and it was certainly a venerable custom that should not have ended.