Subheadline: "Twin Cities Catholics expect changes under doctrinaire archbishop"
posted on 05/08/2007 4:29:36 AM PDT
You know what kind of an article this will be when the second paragraph opens with “Lucker had served as a beloved bishop for 25 years in New Ulm, Minn.”
For the life of me I can’t understand why the MSM, the vast majority of which is either agnostic or atheist would want to interfere in the life of any church.
posted on 05/08/2007 4:37:22 AM PDT
(I have not flattered its rank breath, nor bowed to its idolatries a patient knee.)
***Nienstedt “didn’t seem to be on our level,” she said.***
He’s not supposed to be on your level, you idiot. The church is not a club. You don’t join it and then try to change the rules.
Sounds like Nienstedt was appointed to clean up the mess these people have made.
posted on 05/08/2007 5:02:36 AM PDT
posted on 05/08/2007 6:11:56 AM PDT
("There is no greater evil one can suffer than to hate reasonable discourse." - Plato, Phaedo 89d)
The pendulum now seems to be swinging the other way, and some see the appointment of archbishops like Nienstedt as part of that.
TRANSLATION: The Cafeteria has been closed since 33 AD. Unrepentant heretics may collect their name tags and move on.
posted on 05/08/2007 3:52:10 PM PDT
by Frank Sheed
(Dead Ráibéad.... Lifelong Irish Papist!)
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