Archbishop Cares About Coronavirus Orthodoxy of His Priests

Priests should not use homilies to “present medical or scientific speculation,” St Paul and Minneapolis Archbishop Bernard Hebda wrote in a September 22 letter responding to a September 5 homily of …
Ultraviolet
So if a priest points out the scientifically supported facts that more people died this year from the common flu, does that count under the Bishop's "speculation" rule. Or does that get censured under the "inconvenient truth" rule? :D Protip: there's already ample evidence that "Doctors and coroners are inflating the number of deaths due to COVID-19"

That isn't a speculation, that's a demonstra…More
So if a priest points out the scientifically supported facts that more people died this year from the common flu, does that count under the Bishop's "speculation" rule. Or does that get censured under the "inconvenient truth" rule? :D Protip: there's already ample evidence that "Doctors and coroners are inflating the number of deaths due to COVID-19"

That isn't a speculation, that's a demonstrable fact.
BrotherBeowulf
As TR once said of Howard Taft, a man cut from the same fat as the Holy Hebda: "I could carve a man with more backbone out of a banana."
Jim Dorchak
I have a real problem hearing bISHOPS who have NO spine... there is a direct correlation.