POPE FRANCIS MODELING IRREVERSIBLE VATICAN II LITURGICAL REFORM IN CONTINUITY
Good, strong words, clearly and concisely written. Huzzah for Archbishop Dolan.
That's what I'm sayin'!And we have heard strongly this week from 4-5 other outraged Bishops (thank God for them!); NOW where do the other +/- 450 active+retired Bishops stand? Come on guys, speak up...the world is watching you...Reclaim the dignity and moral authority that has been eroded/lost PLEASE.
Would it be possible for our parish to send the Archbishop a thank-you letter? Maybe our Bishops would be more willing to go out on a limb if they knew we were there supporting them.
Re Jenny's comment: According to this linkhttp://www.usccb.org/issues-and-action/religious-liberty/conscience-protection/upload/Full_List_Webpage_CURRENT.docx400 Catholic leaders have signed a USCCB petition. Darned few of them, as of the time I'm posting this, are bishops.It's also worth noting that Fr. John Jenkins has signed it. I find his name on the list a bitter sight. He's the president of Notre Dame, who so militantly insisted--in the face of massive criticism--that giving Obama an honorary degree in the spring of 2009 would further the Catholic "dialogue" with pro-abortion politicians. Many of us asked at the time "What dialogue?" Well, now that it's far too late, at least Fr. Jenkins finally gets it. Would that he--and the country's bishops--had spoken up earlier.
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