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Posted on 08/23/2003 10:25:13 AM PDT by Land of the Irish
Those ever faithful Jesuits!
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Now a non-Catholic university; rather a secular-humanist-homosexual agenda pile of bricks.
Viva Ave Maria University!
LOL -- I see your skills at "bending to the inevitable" are rapidly deteriorating .......go get 'em, BlackElk!
Why would Egan care? He is a notorious homosexual Roman bureaucrat who was made Archbishop of New York just to get him out of Rome, where the police had caught him in a parked car at night in a park with a comely young man. As someone once said, the corruption is like 15 minutes before the fall of the Roman Empire.
It concerns Father Francis Carney's leaving the Jesuits to pursue guerilla warfare in the jungles of Honduras, never to be heard from again.
After a price had been put on his head by the Honduran Gov't, and his safety assured he crept back into Honduras to become part of the solution, and before doing so, wrote to his family in Chicago bidding them goodbye, and telling them he could not stand to live as they lived any longer.
As Fr. Malachi points out, if he couldn't keep to the strictures issued the Pope's Men, he certainly was at least honest enough to not want to bring further disrepute on the Society, so he turned in his badge. After I finished reading that passage, I was left with an ineffable sense of sadness for Fr. Carney, and most of all for the Society.
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