Progressive parishioners in Cincinnati miffed about changes brought by more traditional-leaning priest
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Cincinnati priest meets resistance when he changes Catholic parish

Parishioners at St. Anthony’s Church in Madisonville are used to being asked why they do the things they do. Why do they play African drums and clap …
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GTV readers may remember a nearly identical fight last year in Portland, Oregon, same city seeing all the left wing riots. Same story. A leftist group ran the parish for decades, a more conservative pastor arrived, and all hell broke loose.

Radicals inevitably throw staggeringly destructive tantrums when an authority figure (like a pastor) reminds them the Church has laws that must be followed …More
GTV readers may remember a nearly identical fight last year in Portland, Oregon, same city seeing all the left wing riots. Same story. A leftist group ran the parish for decades, a more conservative pastor arrived, and all hell broke loose.

Radicals inevitably throw staggeringly destructive tantrums when an authority figure (like a pastor) reminds them the Church has laws that must be followed and that doesn't change just because some loud-mouth changes his parish profile to "Weber_Is_Not_The_Pastor" and calls him the "anti-priest" every Sunday after Mass.
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St Jean-Baptiste-Marie Vianney, Curé d'Ars and St Josemaría, pray for Fr Weber, his Parish and Parishioners, pray for all priests, pray for my priests present past and future, pray for the Church and us.

As Weber noted in a letter to the parish last week, Vatican II didn’t fundamentally change those rules or teachings, and only the church can interpret their meaning.

“There is no private inter…
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St Jean-Baptiste-Marie Vianney, Curé d'Ars and St Josemaría, pray for Fr Weber, his Parish and Parishioners, pray for all priests, pray for my priests present past and future, pray for the Church and us.

As Weber noted in a letter to the parish last week, Vatican II didn’t fundamentally change those rules or teachings, and only the church can interpret their meaning.

“There is no private interpretation of the second Vatican Council,” Weber wrote. “Some people do not understand the nature of the Church and some people do not accept the nature of the Church.”
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God bless Rev. Jamie Weber ! His road will be hard but will end up in Heaven