Skip to comments.Gonzaga and the Knights of Columbus
Posted on 04/09/2013 6:27:00 AM PDT by NKP_Vet
Hattip to Matt Archbold at Creative Minority Report. After 30 years at the bar and almost a decade blogging, there are few stories that shock me any more. This one did:
Spokanes Gonzaga University has denied a Knights of Columbus group application to be recognized as an official student organization. Those seeking the status were notified of the Universitys decision at a meeting on March 7.
(Excerpt) Read more at the-american-catholic.com ...
We'd better look ALL around us and see the depth of infiltration within anything called decent, holy, righteous and .. patriotic American.
I have concluded the directive is; America must die
The world has to accept anti-Christ before Jesus will return and I believe the chessboard is pretty much set ...
Fordham used to be "a Jesuit university" but now calls itself "a university in the Jesuit tradition" instead.
Our local “Catholic” college (St. Michael’s College) is run by Edmunite priests who are allowing all the same nonsense that we see at Jesuit schools. One of their theologians used to teach Bible classes at my parish but our pastor finally had to put an end to it. My wife and I stopped attending due to the clearly heretical teaching.
Our wonderful bishop, Salvatore Matano, has bumped heads with the Edmunites since he came here and is reportedly just about out of patience. The rumor is that he is going to ban them from claiming to be a Catholic college. I hope the Edmunite fathers see the error of their ways but if not I pray that Bishop Matano does what is necessary.
The local Knights chapter has a facility that is being squashed by a building that Gonzaga is constructing and has an issue before the city’s Planning Board.
BTW, the Jesuits, by their nature only allow Catholic Men to join.
Part of the problem here, as I have posted in prior threads about this same subject at Gonzaga, is that the Knights of Columbus have been slow to come up with the necessary paperwork....:)
All alumni might start witholding their donations.
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