We will pray for you. And appealing to Rome sounds like a good idea. I keep hoping that His Holiness, with his appreciation for good music, will just shut OCP down . . . a musician can dream, can't she?
Sometimes we don't fully appreciate how orthodox and straight-arrow our diocese is -- but it really is, and here are some of the fruits, posted recently on FR:
No Shortage of Priests in Atlanta, More Than Fifty Seminarians.
If you can get a good bishop in there, things will start to change.
posted on 08/12/2007 3:44:08 PM PDT
((Ministrix of Ye Chase, TTGC Ladies' Auxiliary (recess appointment)))
Thanks! That is amazing. Reminds me a bit of Bishop Bruskewitz in Nebraska. We have sort of a mini-Mahony situation here, doing the retirement countdown. I guess the good thing is that so many of these unorthodox bishops are the older ones.
posted on 08/12/2007 3:57:25 PM PDT
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