Criticizing the Pope
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Yes, maso...If I understand you correctly, criticizing the pope is all well and good, and even a hobby for some, but unless you're a Cardinal, so it seems, your criticism is like pis...er...spitting in the wind.  It is good, however, to vent sometimes, even if nothing at all is changed by doing so.
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Michael,
Pope Paul VI was far from being above criticism ... Don't you know? You should read the book of Fr Luigi Villa "Paul VI beatified?"
And Fr Georges de Nantes was a learned theologian. Here is the well documented "Liber accusationis in Paulum Sextum" Once you have read it, please revert.
http://crc-internet.org/further-informat...um-sextum/
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(03-07-2016, 06:42 PM)maso Wrote: Michael,
Pope Paul VI was far from being above criticism ... Don't you know? You should read the book of Fr Luigi Villa "Paul VI beatified?"
And Fr Georges de Nantes was a learned theologian. Here is the well documented "Liber accusationis in Paulum Sextum" Once you have read it, please revert.
http://crc-internet.org/further-informat...um-sextum/

No one is above criticism.  The question is, does appropriate criticism make an impact and change behavior, or does it fall on deaf ears? 

As for your recommendations, my reading list is already enormously long, so maybe at sometime in the future...

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