I'm not a Catholic, but thinking about the headline makes me want to ask, "So what if he did?" It's a Vatican council, is it not? And, the Pope is the big-guy over the Vatican. I'm not familiar with Vatican bylaws and rules, but I'm confident there is nothing in there about 'Good Morning America,' having a vote in the goings. Maybe the GMA team should drink a nice Italian roast blend of mind-your-own-prissy-business.
Never mind that the report sounds like a bucket of crap and may simply not be true.
posted on 12/17/2013 4:28:29 PM PST
by AD from SpringBay
To: AD from SpringBay
AS usual, they got their facts wrong. Cardinal Burke remains head of the highest court and hold numerous other positions The pope reduced the size of an advisory council, and installed the American who is in charge of the new Anglican use project in the USA.
posted on 12/17/2013 6:36:56 PM PST
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