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Sioux City Bishop "Happy" To Attend Installation Of Lutheran Woman "Bishop"

Sioux City Bishop Ralph Walker Nickless, 72, Iowa, appeared at an August 17 installation ceremony of the female so-called bishop Lorna Halaas of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.

Nickless wrote on social media that he was “happy" to represent the "Catholics of the Sioux City Diocese" at the ceremony, as if he had any legitimation to do so.

On the picture, Nickless stands next to the Lutheran pastor Jay Deanne while Halaas is in the background.

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JTLiuzza
This woman is about as much of a bishop as those shrubs next to the building are. Doesn't Nickless know that? If he does know that (and he should), why does he support the heretical mockery of the Sacrament of Holy Orders? Perhaps he does know but simply doesn't believe it. No Catholic conviction at all. This is what modernism has given us for shepherds: empty cassocks. Lay down the truth and …More
This woman is about as much of a bishop as those shrubs next to the building are. Doesn't Nickless know that? If he does know that (and he should), why does he support the heretical mockery of the Sacrament of Holy Orders? Perhaps he does know but simply doesn't believe it. No Catholic conviction at all. This is what modernism has given us for shepherds: empty cassocks. Lay down the truth and the faith, pretend those in error are not in error, all in order to burn incense before the god of all gods: VII 'ecumenism'.
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As an accredited gardener, I am compelled to defend the ecclesiastical reputation of the greenery present, @JTLiuzza :D :D Without having interviewed them personally, I'm confident the shrubs next to the building know more about being a bishop than the Lutheran woman does. I'd even go so far as to say they could teach his Excellency a thing or two, particularly on the errors of cross-pollinati…More
As an accredited gardener, I am compelled to defend the ecclesiastical reputation of the greenery present, @JTLiuzza :D :D Without having interviewed them personally, I'm confident the shrubs next to the building know more about being a bishop than the Lutheran woman does. I'd even go so far as to say they could teach his Excellency a thing or two, particularly on the errors of cross-pollination. ;)
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I certainly meant no slight to the shrubs. :) In fact I appreciate them in that they are more aligned with their God given nature than the lutheran woman. A shrub will never try to be something it cannot possibly be. May this faux bishop aspire to the level of contentedness with her nature that is clearly exhibited by the beautiful shrub.
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