Sunday, July 29, 2012

Bishop Cordileone to cross the Bay

Some good news for those in the SF Bay Area: Pope Benedict XVI has named Oakland Bishop Salvatore Cordileone the new Archbishop of San Francisco (news item here). He will replace George Niederauer, a supporter of the GLBT agenda, on October 4th, the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi. 

Bishop Cordileone is a very orthodox bishop and says the Traditional Latin Mass on a regular basis. Those in Oakland will tell you that. He has also made GLBT groups to either seek treatment for their homosexuality or disband. 

While he was in Oakland for only three years, he could not reverse the modernist cathedral construction; instead he hardly used it. I don't think that he'll like the SF cathedral either because it's full of modernist architecture, but don't be surprised that he tears it down and rebuilds with a traditional cathedral named after St. Francis. 

This kind of appointment shows that the Holy Father does not put up with the homosexual agenda. Sadly, in Boston, we have a prelate and several priests who do. We need to pray that a new, orthodox, traditionalist archbishop is appointed for Boston like Bishop Cordileone. 

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