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The benediction of God has left the Diocese of Augsburg. There should be a one year fast for everyone -- not only Bishop Walter Mixa.

[Kreuz.net] Last Monday the newly ordained Augburg priest, Fr. Marcel Frölich, was the victim of a street car accident.

The Diocese of Ausburg is now asking for prayers from its website.

The priest lives, but drifts still close to danger of death.

Dragged for A Number of Meters

The accident occurred on Monday night in Augsburg. Fr.Frölich was struck by a street car and suffered life threatening injuries.

The priest had guests, who had taken part in his ordination, whom he had brought to the train. Then he walked in the Augburg mall area over the tracks.

At 1100pm the street car seized him and dragged him a number of meters.

http://eponymousflower.blogspot.com/2010...truck.html
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:pray2: So this happened right after his ordination?  :(
awful  :pray:
oh dear, oh dear...prayers for him and his family at Mass tomorrow morning  :(
Good Lord... I pray that he survives.
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Augstine Baker Wrote:The benediction of God has left the Diocese of Augsburg. There should be a one year fast for everyone -- not only Bishop Walter Mixa.

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(07-05-2010, 10:37 AM)Credo Wrote: [ -> ]:pray:

Augstine Baker Wrote:The benediction of God has left the Diocese of Augsburg. There should be a one year fast for everyone -- not only Bishop Walter Mixa.

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It's interesting that in Catholic Countries in Europe people still buy votive offerings for when they receive an answer to their prayers.  Some people also still believe in divine retribution as well.  The author at kreuznet believes that Bishop Mixa has been sold out by the liberals in his own diocese and his liberal colleagues in the German Bishop's Conference.

Some might see Archbishop Zollitsch's current legal problems as providential in this light, considering that he judged Bishop Mixa a lot mroe harshly than his own homosexual predator priests.
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Augstine Baker Wrote:It's interesting that in Catholic Countries in Europe people still buy votive offerings for when they receive an answer to their prayers.   Some people also still believe in divine retribution as well.  The author at kreuznet believes that Bishop Mixa has been sold out by the liberals in his own diocese and his liberal colleagues in the German Bishop's Conference.

Some might see Archbishop Zollitsch's current legal problems as providential in this light, considering that he judged Bishop Mixa a lot mroe harshly than his own homosexual predator priests.

I see. Thank-you for the background story.

It's a shame about the priest, it's reminiscent of the hiking deaths of the Society seminarians from a couple of years back in Europe.