Read the article at the link. I just don’t know enough to agree or disagree with some of his theological conclusions, but I was struck by his willingness to submit to his local ordinary. Lotsa points for that.
As well, regarding whether he’s a feeneyite, it seems clear to me that he’s not, in that he talks about those who are saved without formal membership in the Catholic Church.
My view of Dr. Sungenis had fallen with his preoccupation with geocentrism and the apparent anti-semitic nature of some of his stuff. For what it's worth (not much, I know), with this article, my esteem for him has risen considerably.
I don’t think he’s a Feeneyite, either. I’m glad he listened to his bishop’s directive. But I’m not sure how much that tells us about him. If he didn’t listen to his bishop, he might not be able to call it Catholic Apologetics International anymore and he’s not been able to get imprimaturs on his books because of his Jewish problems.
I noticed he still has up some articles and Q and A’s that have to do with Jews. I hope he listens to the bishop and takes them all down if they have to do with Jews.
I hope the obedience was for good reasons.
In June 2006, Galileo Was Wrong, which also lacks an imprimatur, was released in which Sungenis describes his reasons for believing geocentrism using his interpretations of various secular sources. A second volume outlining his biblical and theological hypotheses is purportedly forthcoming.He's also gone after Scott Hahn and Karl Keating, for Scott's alleged belief in the female nature of the Holy Spirit.