Until the Vatican regime can give reasons beyond the vague slogans of a dictator, these strong moves against bishops will only make these good bishops into confessors of the faith.
Mr. Voris chokes up in the video, admitting that "it took me 62 years to get here" to repentance.
Bishop Strickland will probably go down in history as an “Athanasius of the Church in the USA,” who however, unlike St. Athanasius, is not persecuted by the secular power, but incredibly by the Pope himself.
Strickland out. "Rapenik" in.
The crisis of the Church has entered a new phase: the crisis of the Magisterium.
The Holy Father’s problematic statement quotes his favorite source of authority – himself.
We are living in the glorious time of the saints.
Now the Pope is trying to rig the next papal election.
Slap a bit of Greek on it and call it “living tradition” and we’ve got ourselves all the necessary ingredients for a Modernist dance party.
This is what Bishop Schneider calls “Magisterial Positivism.”