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Posted on 06/28/2011 10:22:13 PM PDT by Salvation
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Because our parish is growing so much we are running (actually close to it) our own capital campaign for building and moving rooms, etc. So we have escaped the strong arm tactics of which you speak.
I think we can be very thankful. You aren’t the only one who has spoken of this to me.
You also know that Steiner is retiring this year? Who do you think we will get there? (I just hope it’s not a step up for O’D)
You have FReepmail.
Well, if it’s hard to fill the role, I’m sure Mary Jo would be only too eager to volunteer. Ha ha ha! (I’m terrible.)
Your welcome. It has been on my Catholic blog reading list for sometime. Great site for what is going on in the Liturgy around the world and great source for the historical foundation and “organic development” of the Liturgy in continuity with Tradition, which is what Pope Benedict has been stressing since he became the Successor of St. Peter.
I may have missed in the thread but who are we talking about here. My guess it must be a major ArchDiocese if you are hoping for Abp Chaput-Denver or Bishop Olmested of Pheonix, which I think may now be an ArchDiocese as well.
Bishop Steiner retires this year
Archbishop Vlazny retires in February.
Who do you think we will get?
I don’t see Abp Chaput going to Portland from Denver. Bishop Steiner I assume is the auxilliary correct? Abp Vlazny is not that bad of a Bishop, at least that is how it appears from my view down South.
Bishop Olmsted of Pheonix I would think will not get moved from Pheonix as I think it just became an archdiocese I believe.
My view is The Pope will look to a mid-size city, someone who shares the Pope’s view of Liturgy and Theology and apppoint him to Archbishop of Portland, now who that is I don’t know. Rocco over at Whisipers in the Loggia seems to be well connected with that kind of stuff.
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