While in general this news item wouldn't concern me one way or another, it does, for the following reason (quoted from the article):
Among the men reinstated Saturday was Richard Williamson, a British-born cleric who in an interview last week said he did not believe that six million Jews died in the Nazi gas chambers. He has also given interviews saying that the United States government staged the Sept. 11 attacks as a pretext to invade Afghanistan.
The problem of Holocaust denial is one that has so plagued me that I wrote a whole story about it ("Kaddish for the Last Survivor"). The simple historical fact of the Holocaust is as incontrovertible as American slavery and the many other injustices that have taken place in human history. And yet, it seems that there will always be people among us who wish to deny the truth, and whose motives I would suspect are not rooted in a desire to paint the human race as angels.
Bishop Williamson's erroneous (and to my mind, malicious) belief that there is no historical evidence for the Holocaust may have been repudiated by the Vatican spokesman. But in this case, sad to say, actions speak louder than words.