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Who are the Real Dissenters?

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It pains me to see the Church fighting herself and the lengths to which some will go to attack a faithful priest who loves the Church.

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3 Responses

  1. BTW,

    I wrote to the USCCB and gave them my two cents about their railroading of Father Weinandy.

    I know extremely well how thorough the corruption is in Catholicism.

    FATHER JOE: Christ called sinners to himself and the Church does the same.

  2. The Church is getting exactly what it deserves. Broken.

    It is too bad that it took so long.

    FATHER JOE: Everything in this world is wounded. But Christ will bring healing.

  3. He should not have made his complaint public for three reasons.

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