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Siberia? Capuchin Father Thomas Weinandy, a theologian and former chief of staff for the U.S. Bishops' Committee on Doctrine, wrote a letter to Pope Francis telling him that he is causing "chronic … More
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lj
Here, in Eastern Siberia we have around 150 nations. So, food is nice for every test! Wellcome to Siberia, where people were survived due to strong faith and heartly friendship.
Did Patrick Coffin follow up with, "It would serve him right."
JTLiuzza
And the USCCB took about ten minutes to send him packing. It's the new inquisition. But like everything else in nuchurch, it is inverted on it's head.

Instead of vigilantly defending orthodoxy and rooting out heresy, the new inquisition seeks to punish orthodoxy anywhere and everywhere, all the while allowing error and ambiguity to run rampant.

Our Lady of Fatima, ora pro nobis!
Rafał_Ovile
"A Sign from God:" The greatest sign for the Church and Catholics is the living Pope Benedict XVI, whom members of the Church treat as "polluted air." And the Magisterium, which excludes the existence of 2 or more popes in the Petrine Office. Unfortunately, the remaining Catholics are still looking for magical signs while playing the game of blind man’s buff with modernists ...
This priest's letter describes many of Bergoglio's unfaithful acts against our Lord Jesus, with precision. Bergoglio is extremely destructive. He is an adversary to we, who are striving to be, faithful lovers of Christ our Holy King.
Temperance
Keep up the good writing/news gloriatv!
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aderito
Too bad i just found he was asked to resign ,the USCCB, ,Where is the dialogue and mercy ?
aderito
It ,s amazing how God works
Jungerheld
From Carl Olson, The Catholic World Report: "I spoke for a few minutes this morning with Fr. Weinandy, and he told me that since the letter’s publication, he has received many positive and encouraging notes from theologians, priests, and lay people. However, the USCCB asked him to resign from his current position as consultant to the bishops, and he has submitted his resignation. In making such a request, the USCCB, it would appear, reinforces Fr. Weinandy’s very point about fearfulness and lack of transparency."
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