Skip to comments.Episcopal bishop says he was denied entrance to Catholic archbishop's installation Mass
Posted on 10/09/2012 7:56:10 PM PDT by WilliamIII
What started off as a rocky relationship between the Episcopal and Roman Catholic bishops of San Francisco got even worse on Thursday (Oct. 4) when Episcopal Bishop Marc Andrus said he was denied entrance to the installation Mass of the new Roman Catholic archbishop.
Andrus said he arrived at St. Mary's Cathedral 30 minutes before the installation Mass of Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone was scheduled to start, but was kept in a holding area with an employee of the Catholic archdiocese until after the service started.
After other local clergy had processed in for the 2 p.m. Mass, Andrus said the message was clear that he was unwelcome, even though he had been invited.
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Oh, boo hoo. Cry me a river.
Did you read what he said before the installation of Archbishop Cordileone? (Heart of a Lion)?
Said without a trace of irony. This weeks winner for clueless clergyman...
Well, first of all, he apparently arrived late, and then decided to leave while they were figuring out how to get him into his place without disrupting the Mass.
And second, he wrote a letter a few days earlier, saying that any Catholics who loved gay marriage would be welcome to join his church.
I’d say that the headline is misleading, although at least they put the important stuff at the end of the article, instead of leaving it out entirely, as most liberal media would do these days.
Just wait till the softball game.
Up yours, you jackass. Go play in the gutter with your friends.
I would suspect the delay was because they were still heating up his spot...hellishly hot!
we don’t want a gay “church”. bu=bye
the time line is that he came too late to be part of the procession. The others were already there and cleared when he arrived, so they were shown upstairs, but he arrived 15 minutes before the start, and by the time they checked it was him and where he should go, it was too late to put him into the procession.
While the ushers were trying to find him another seat, he got mad and left.
If you are part of the ceremony, you need to arrive a little bit early, say 30 minutes.
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