Saturday, January 18, 2014

Good news and bad news

I have some good news and some bad news to report:

First, I am happy to say that Fisher More College has been saved, as they raised well-beyond their fundraising goal to stay open.

Up in the Boston Archdiocese, the DIM Phase Two clusters have been announced, and Mary Immaculate of Lourdes in Newton, the only diocesan parish to offer the Traditional Latin Mass daily, was not on the list. But don't hold your breath. This doesn't mean that it won't be closed in the immediate future as long as Cardinal O'Malley is still around. So you need to stick to the Rosary Crusade to avert the whole entire DIM process to begin with.

Speaking of Cardinal O'Malley, he is boasting and bragging about the United Methodist service he recently attended, and received a blessing from the minister. (Click link for BCI article)

As Faithful Catholics, such behavior by a prince of the Church cannot be tolerated. This shows that His Eminence doesn't care about his office as Archbishop of Boston and his duties to teach, govern, and sanctify the Archdiocese. What disturbs me et al. is that he did this on a Sunday. Instead of offering a Pontifical High Mass in his cathedral on Sunday morning (which he never does anyway), he walks off to the United Methodist Church and commits a heretical act by receiving a blessing from the minister.

This is why Boston is in dire need of a new archbishop. I can't emphasize this enough. Do us all a favor Your Eminence: Resign and make way for someone who will actually do his job as described by God. 

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