gather us in
I am convinced there is not one "humble" bone in that mans body, his "humility" is just one big show. From day one, Paying his bill at the hotel to his rejecting the papal palace and the trappings of office has one reason "look at me, I'm humble" while it seems that more we learn behind closed doors he can be a nasty piece of work
Imagine the legacy that Francis could have had caring for the papacy in what likely would have been continuity. Instead, we have a confused Throne that seems only to confuse the clergy and laity at every turn. The only ones who aren't confused are those seeking to harness the confusion to advance their progressivist agendas.
I can barely imagine the "humility" needed by those who rant and rage about the lack of "humility" in another...
You must be kidding.......really
Well, Father M, you ain't seen nothing yet (in terms of humility) til you look at Atlanta's Episcopal bishop, Robert Wright, who has decided to go back to the "Low Church" days of years ago and ditch the miter and chasuble on his pastoral visits (except when at his High-Church cathedral, where he at least wears a cope). Instead he dresses in a rochet and chimere with some ugly, perhaps "multicultural" looking stole. "Arrogantly shabby" dress. I mean, no Catholic in their right mind would ever think that "choir dress" is appropriate for celebration of the Eucharist. But in the Episcopal Church, "anything goes" when it comes to clerical dress, or whether even to have the Eucharist on Sunday (as opposed to Morning Prayer). AT least the pope would not go that far in celebrating Mass!
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