Miami, Florida is getting a new Archbishop
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(04-21-2010, 05:57 PM)salus Wrote: The Miami Archdiocese , believe it or not advertised in the Gay Newspaper in Miami under Favalora, need i say more.

Yes, you should say more - start with maybe getting the facts straight? 

The flap was over a recruitment brochure for new priests which had ads in it from places where gay men go to socialize,etc.  There were two versions of the brochure - the other had no ads.  The one with the ads was pulled once everyone said "what?" and if I recall  there were a series of mixed messages, confusing statements, and awkward silences issuing forth from the office of the Archbishop.  I doubt this is something Favarola knew about in advance  -  he's not the most effective administrator and he did/does support  the Courage Ministry.

There's enough stuff to complain about without spreading rumors and inaccuracies.  Favalora has mismanaged so many things that it's hard to wonder why he was allowed to persist?  He also either could care less or is hostile to the TLM.
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(04-21-2010, 02:51 AM)charlesh Wrote:
(04-21-2010, 01:41 AM)OLOMC Wrote: The lows...so many of them. I once kept a dossier on them until I finally started going to the SSPX's church and had enough of seeing the same abuses and the Vatican doing nothing. Just some, between him and his clergy. He once called the Koran "Holy." He gave $10,000 of CATHOLIC parishioner's money personally to Protestants after their church crumbled in a tornado. He didn't take any safeguards or increase respect for the Holy Eucharist after the infamous incident at the University of Central Florida where an athiest held the host hostage. Priests promote the likes of Richard Rohr, "What if we just said wait?" crowd --- including the diocese liturgical director, etc.  You're typical ecumenist, yearly "Martin Luther King, Jr." Mass. Liturgical dancers at the consecration ceremony of a church (don't let the ombrelleno fool you!); http://www.pbase.com/valetao/vietnamese&page=all. I can go on and on with liturgy and his politics, but as I stated, it got old after a while.

i.e. just another apostate bishop. Thanks for the heads up. You can find me in my "independent" Catholic chapel.

I don't know if calling him an apostate is accurate. This makes him sound pretty good:

http://www.renewamerica.com/columns/giunta/100421

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(04-23-2010, 02:02 AM)McNider Wrote: I don't know if calling him an apostate is accurate. This makes him sound pretty good:
http://www.renewamerica.com/columns/giunta/100421

Yes, that looks better than, say, Mahoney or Bernardin. Let's see what he does. If he abolishes the new mass and the new sacraments and restores the use of the true Mass and the certain forms of the sacraments, then I'll be pleasantly surprised. I think we should be wary of settling for something less than 100% Catholic just because it's not QUITE so liberal.
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(04-23-2010, 02:50 AM)charlesh Wrote:
(04-23-2010, 02:02 AM)McNider Wrote: I don't know if calling him an apostate is accurate. This makes him sound pretty good:
http://www.renewamerica.com/columns/giunta/100421

Yes, that looks better than, say, Mahoney or Bernardin. Let's see what he does. If he abolishes the new mass and the new sacraments and restores the use of the true Mass and the certain forms of the sacraments, then I'll be pleasantly surprised. I think we should be wary of settling for something less than 100% Catholic just because it's not QUITE so liberal.

We should also be wary of possibly calumny when speaking of a successor to the Apostles.
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