Skip to comments.Ex Corde Ecclesiae, and The Band Played On
Posted on 01/12/2013 10:39:06 AM PST by marshmallow
Oh, good. The US bishops announce that they remain in dialogue with the heads of Catholic colleges and universities about the implementation of Ex Corde Ecclesiae. Their report tells us:
Clarity about Catholic identity among college and university leadership has fostered substantive dialogues and cultivated greater mission driven practices across the university. In acknowledging that much progress has been made, we recognize there is still work to be done.
Well, that makes everything perfectly clear, doesnt it?
Look: Ex Corde Ecclesiae, which called upon bishops to ensure the authentic Catholic identity of Catholic colleges and universities, was released in 1990. A child born that year is now an adultpossibly a graduate of one of those Catholic institutions. Our bishops are still talking about it, and happily reporting progress on courtesy and cooperation in the last ten years.
Courtesy and cooperation are nice, of course. But what about Catholic identity? Wake me up when the progress is such that I wont be readily able to find abortion advocated, Church doctrines condemned, condoms distributed, and same-sex marriage defended on the campuses of Americas largest Catholic universities.
(Excerpt) Read more at catholicculture.org ...
University officials at Margaret Sanger University (formerly "Notre Dame") pledged to return the relics recovered from all the crushed altar-stones in the campus landfill, which will soon be backfilled and leveled for new athletic fields and a beautiful new chapel design approved by the Ishtar Lowerarchy Liturgical Committee.
Explained MSU President, Fr. I.B. Tranny, HCB. "We believe in our traditions. Playing Baal is still our highest priority."
The USCCB thanked Margaret Sanger officials and especially the Hot Cross Buns Fathers for their temperate and reasonable response. As Bishop Pfleger affirmed, "Dialogue has once again to be the best, most Christlike way to proceed."
ROTFL! Funny and sad at the same time, because we’ve watched a once great Catholic university brought so low. Too many Catholics have bought into the idea of ‘fairness’, look at homosexuality as just another ‘lifestyle’, and think of contraception as a woman’s right, that they don’t even consider the notion of sin anymore.