Father Leonard Feeney (1897-1978)
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(05-17-2012, 10:25 PM)perducatnos Wrote: no, the fruit follows the bloom.  If the bloom is Feeneyism, then one fruit might be that folks (lay and higher-ups) take a closer look at doctrines which have such solemn and yet contradictory definitions over time.  Maybe he was just shining a light on the subject.  Ever wonder why he was not excommunicated for doctrinal reasons when they had him in the cross-hairs, but instead on the 'lesser charge'?  Many people believe that was done because he had become such a thorn-in-the-side.

He was legitimately excommunicated on the disobedience charge.  As far as what he preached when he was with the St. Benedict Center group, there was no doctrinal basis upon which to excommunicate him that I know of.

-- Nicole
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Father Leonard Feeney (1897-1978) - by salus - 05-17-2012, 01:06 PM
Re: Father Leonard Feeney (1897-1978) - by salus - 05-17-2012, 01:18 PM
Re: Father Leonard Feeney (1897-1978) - by salus - 05-17-2012, 07:03 PM
Re: Father Leonard Feeney (1897-1978) - by yablabo - 05-17-2012, 10:28 PM



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