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U.S. Bishops Invite Heretics to Address Them

Sister Teresa May, a former president of the anti-Catholic group “Leadership Council for Women Religious”, was invited to talk to the U.S. bishops, gathered in Baltimore. Ten years ago her group was investigated by the Vatican for “serious theological errors”.

Sister May preached on Monday to the bishops during the exposition of the Blessed Sacrament.

Another controversial host was the ultraliberal Cardinal Roger Mahony who lectured the bishops about handling homosexual abuses although he himself is barred from public ministry due to mishandling of abuse cases.

The retired Army Colonel Anita Raines, the chair-elect of the bishops' “National Advisory Council” [on sexual abuses], recommended to the bishops to audit the seminaries regarding “predatory homosexual behaviour”.

Bishop Joseph Strickland of Tyler, Texas, suggested that Catholic dioceses should not welcome the homosexual propagandist, Father James Martin.

Outside the conference, ChurchMilitant.com organised a rally attended by 300 people who chanted "Viganó" – referring to the Whistleblower Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò.

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TommasoG
The same who protected McCarrick and hate H.E. Burke, Em.mus S.R.E. Card.
Because of bishops like this the invert James Martin is still a priest.
The Viganos are a few, nobody says anything.
Beacon
Why are the U. S. Catholic Bishops allowing speeches to be given to themselves by a dissident nun with the (visible) Blessed Sacrament nearby in Exposition? This seems disrespectful and a grave misapprehension of the Honor due to the Real Presence.
De Profundis
The vicar-general of the German diocese of Essen, Monsignore Pfeffer, reckons the Church needs to reconsider celibacy given the abuse crisis. "For decades the Church has been telling people from a high horse how to live, especially in the area of sexual morality".
alex j
....and the hits keep on coming!
Prayhard
A standard LCWR dyke.
HerzMariae
USCCB have voted not to pressure the Holy See to release documents regarding allegations against McCarrick
Tesa
Strickland told protesters that they have supporters among the bishops who want change. He encouraged to continue.
De Profundis
Thomas Wenski joking: "We've had a lot of bad press, but I think we should grateful that Donald Trump is president because he dominates the news cycle."

And, "We can't allow ourselves to be distracted by the press."
Tesa
Bishop Strickland of Tyler, Texas, was the only one who came to speak to protestors.