Bishop Matthew Clark leaving indelible mark on diocese

Photo ~ A 'taste' of Bishop Clark's legacy to the Catholics in the Diocese of Rochester. From a recent Chrism Mass in the Cathedral of the Diocese of Rochester, NY. Bishop Matthew Clark leaving indel…
lukedaniel
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FTF:

Address your question to the person who wrote the article.

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Ben Martin
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Yea! Now it's time to clean up the mess! I remember when I was living in Iowa City IA, USA and looking for a new Church just after we had moved there, and I got to hear a homily from a woman. A phd. student, from the University of Iowa, who wanted to let everyone know the wonders and joys of Judaism. This was also sponsered by the Priest, who told everyone that he wanted everyone to hear her …More
Yea! Now it's time to clean up the mess! I remember when I was living in Iowa City IA, USA and looking for a new Church just after we had moved there, and I got to hear a homily from a woman. A phd. student, from the University of Iowa, who wanted to let everyone know the wonders and joys of Judaism. This was also sponsered by the Priest, who told everyone that he wanted everyone to hear her wonderful message. Especially since being and Jewish is supposedly so wonderful because Jesus was a RABBI! The posion of Modernism is everywhere, from the Midwestern USA to Taiwan with it's El Shaddai, let's change the Mass translation around because we want to, and Priests as actors in Commericals for private English schools and anything else to show how open the Church is. I"VE SEEN TOO MUCH CR#P!!!!
Fix the Family
GTV, please specify the "beliefs shaped by the historic Second Vatican Council" Bishop Clark possesses or expresses, noting citations of specific Council documents.
This news article deals with Bishop Matthew Clark. Restrict your comments to him, to the diocese of Rochester and what this man has done or has failed to do during his tenure.

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This news article deals with Bishop Matthew Clark. Restrict your comments to him, to the diocese of Rochester and what this man has done or has failed to do during his tenure.

Two additional points:

1) Limit your response/s to two or three paragraphs max and provide a link if you think additional material is needed for clarity.

2) Again, use common sense before posting

Thank you for your cooperation.
A. Principe
He should have been removed looong ago.
Ben Martin
"his willingness to compromise"

The Fruit of V2

But yet who made him Bishop--but JPII--even after his radical views were well know.

Who keep Clark in a position of authority to spread error and destruction, but JPII and B16

Everyone loves to blame the individual here--but who promoted this individual and kept them in power until age limited requirement kicked him out.

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"his willingness to compromise"

The Fruit of V2

But yet who made him Bishop--but JPII--even after his radical views were well know.

Who keep Clark in a position of authority to spread error and destruction, but JPII and B16

Everyone loves to blame the individual here--but who promoted this individual and kept them in power until age limited requirement kicked him out.

The Buck stops at the top!! The same people you trust the New Mass as being just another form of the Mass---seems a little fishy.

By their Fruits (Clark) you shall know them JpII and B16.
holyrope 3
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Comments from FR:

Yet Clark is in “full communion” with Rome. Is it any wonder many Catholics do not take the appellation of “full communion” (or threat of lack thereof) seriously?

It’s hard to defend the Faith when Rome has failed to defend its faithful from wolves like Clark.
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the church, the country, and the world are where they right …More
Comments from FR:

Yet Clark is in “full communion” with Rome. Is it any wonder many Catholics do not take the appellation of “full communion” (or threat of lack thereof) seriously?

It’s hard to defend the Faith when Rome has failed to defend its faithful from wolves like Clark.
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the church, the country, and the world are where they right here right now because the watchman slept.
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