No, HC, I am doubting that you are in a position to verify your quotation, even as you assert it, again, with undoubted confidence.
I don't expect that this will affect your opinion in the slightest. Not even a notorized statement, signed by 3 witnesses, would be enough for a person who has chosen to disconnect with reality and the indisputalbe facts in this case.
So, here we go again this time I'm going to quote from the National Catholic Register
Again, HS [sic], you don't know Father Sheehan, or anything, really, to do with the matter.
Now, in order to defend your hero, you're attempting to cast doubt on the direct quote from the Regional Superior of SOLT?
How many tapes or books did you buy from the B.S., Benny? How much money are you in for? Is this quitter really worth it? (he is a quitter isn't he, or do you doubt that as well? So sorry if I called a quitter a "quitter.")
You knew he was cancelled from EWTN? Why don't you … [Altro]
Greetings gentlemen! Philosopher - the owning of property is not bad in and of itself. However, ones station in life dictates what is allowed, in addition to which the regula by which one lives. If one is a secular priest, ones regula depends upon ones Bishop. The Bishop has the authority to approve or disapporve of a cleric owning something, e.g. a home. On the other hand, if one is a religious priest, i.e. a priest in religious vows (evangelical vows), ones regula is decidedly different, it … [Altro]
Judging people out of our sight, which would presumably include Fr. Corapi, is a sin.
You fans of the B.S. amuse me. Among my several posts seen below, I've quoted directly from the B.S.'s superior. If you don't like it, take it up with Fr. Sheehan and tell him that Judging people out of our sight is a sin. Of course, Fr. Sheehan would tell you that, in this case, it is hardly out of sight and that it is YOU who are "judging out of sight."
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Since when is owning a home, a car, a boat, motorcycle, and taking vacations a sin?
Having a woman is not a sin in itself but is unseemly when it involves a priest. So is disobedicence to your superiors. I don't have a superior: the B.S. did.
The society is moving to a more organized structural phase of its existence, with all the Church discipline that entails.” The implication of his remarks was that Father Corapi had not accommodated the discipline imposed by the new constitution.
Cannoli, Greetings I had an idea this was the case with Fr Corapi. When O when will clergy learn to detect the signs of the begining of corruption of their vocation? I am sure Corapi must have seen himself steadily going downhill into the secular, rather than up into the spiritual! Yet again, fame and fortune are lethal to the vocation of anyone called to serve God in such a deep and profound way.
The history of the Church is fraught with examples of those who have both failed and succeeded. … [Altro]
The testimony from a dissapointed fan who went to the talk he gave in Cincinnati, Ohio.
During the course of the day, we learned that Fr. Corapi owns a home in northwest Montana which he paid for with a million-dollar lawsuit settlement. He drives a fast car with lots of horsepower and keeps a loaded .45 in the glove compartment. He also rides a fat boy Harley Davidson motorcycle, owns a boat of unspecified size, and vacations in Key West. He works out six times a week, twice with a female …[Altro]
During that interview, Father Sheehan confirmed that SOLT had “begun to address the issues of members who joined the society before the new constitution. The society is moving to a more organized structural phase of its existence, with all the Church discipline that entails.” The implication of his remarks was that Father Corapi had not accommodated the discipline imposed by the new constitution.[The compound and lifestyle seem to have meant more than his vows, and the promise he made when he …[Altro]