El Paso
holyrope 3  20/10/2011 18:39
REAL CATHOLIC TV: (Oct 20, 2011) "There is a much bigger struggle developing over the case of the priest from El Paso who was exiled by his bishop for preaching about homosexuality. The struggle is being waged by the faithful who aren't remaning … [More]
holyrope 3     31/10/2011 14:18
holyrope 3     31/10/2011 13:52
soundingjoy...
soundingjoy     28/10/2011 20:41
Thank you Holyrope3, this is a wonderful, inspiring post, bless you.
PaulNY     21/10/2011 08:24
Inspiring and may God grant them fortitude. Imagine if Catholics in the pew reacted like this in the 60's and 70's! I do believe the tide is turning.
holyrope 3     20/10/2011 21:04
Jaimemn     20/10/2011 21:00
Congratulations from Brazil, Catholics!
holyrope 3     20/10/2011 19:45
Trinitas     20/10/2011 19:41
The parishioners are eloquent and dignified in their petitions.
Seven AMENS to the seven florescent green placards.
HolyRope, thanks for uploading this 5-star video.
holyrope 3     20/10/2011 19:21
@tbsw... Your absolutely right!
tbswv     20/10/2011 19:16
Thank you holyrope 3 for posting this controversy. This is the battle that we must fight. I hope someone has informed our brothers that they should petition the Vatican directly and request the Extraordinary Form to be said in their parish. Pope Benedict XVI has given his blessing and for those lay groups who request this form, they can petition Ecclesia Dei commission without consulting with the local bishop.
holyrope 3     20/10/2011 19:10
GREAT JOB REAL CATHOLIC TV!!! Praise God for these faithful Catholics who are speaking up - they are examples for ALL Catholics to stand up in defense of true Catholic orthodoxy. To speak up in favor of the Latin Mass which is our Right to have in Our parishes!
Don't give up the good fight dear people of El PAso!. Your prayers and love for the true Catholic faith and with the intercession of Our Lady coming to your defense, you can't lose!! We're … [More]
holyrope 3     20/10/2011 18:51
REAL CATHOLIC TV: "There is a much bigger struggle developing over the case of the priest from El Paso who was exiled by his bishop for preaching about homosexuality. The struggle is being waged by the faithful who aren't remaining silent."
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