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After Knights of Malta, Where Might the Papal Axe Fall Next? (Commentary) CLERICAL WHISPERS - February 9, 2017 ... ground," it's time to stand back and ask what to make of it all. Beyond the fine points over the nature of sovereignty, the limits of papal authority, and so on, perhaps one key lesson is this: Just how determined Pope Francis can be when he wants reform, especially when it's a question of his core vision of a "poor Church for the poor." It's clear by now that this pope doesn't like the trappings and insignia of a Church built on power and wealth, including ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/02/after-knights-of-malta-where-might.html
New Baltimore Auxiliaries Thank Fellow Clergy, Family for Strong Faith CLERICAL WHISPERS - January 26, 2017 ... Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, new Auxiliary Bishops Adam J. Parker and Mark E. Brennan of Baltimore recalled the litany of the saints, during which they lay prostrate before the altar. "I felt a lot of joy and a tremendous hope for what is to come in the future, and for the future of ministry in the Archdiocese of Baltimore," Parker said as he was whisked to the post-Mass reception. "I was praying along with the litany," Brennan said with a ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/01/new-baltimore-auxiliaries-thank-fellow.html
When Rome Doesn't Exist THE THEOLOGY OF DAD - January 16, 2017 ... they are? Don't lecture me about global warming while jet-setting. The Church was finally on its way back to being taken seriously as meaning what it says. It wasn't liked for this, but it was respected. And you may agree or disagree with my approach. I don't comment on Church politics online, I don't talk about them among my friends. I have nothing to say, and my choice to ignore it reinforces my decision not to talk about it. "I don't know anything about ...http://thetheologyofdad.blogspot.com/2017/01/when-rome-doesnt-exist.html
An Atheist's Last Stand: Jennifer Fulwiler's Journey to the Catholic Church SEASONS OF GRACE - November 17, 2016 "What was wrong with me that I had to leave a place that I loved in many ways because I couldn't be around religious people? Why was I always so close to an existential crisis that I couldn't function like a normal person? Nobody struggled with that kind of thing. The other atheists I knew didn't seem to have any problem with the fleetingness of human life. I'd never met anyone else who seemed troubled by the insanity of religious fervor, or who had their thoughts ...http://seasonsofgrace.net/an-atheists-last-stand-jennifer-fulwilers-journey-to-the-catholic-church-2/