Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Ten years of Bishop McManus in Worcester

Ten years ago today, The Most Reverend Robert J. McManus became the fifth Bishop of Worcester, Massachusetts.

The Diocese has been shrinking in the amount of parishes and nominal Catholics since then, and I am embedding some videos below to show how pathetic Catholic life in Worcester is. Some of them date before Bishop McManus, but most are from 2004 to present. (The problems with the Diocese pre-date his arrival.)

1998 News report about Thomas Teczar (since defrocked by Benedict XVI):


An example of women's liberation theology:


The most severe example of liturgical abuse:


The Bishop's drunk-driving arrest:


NEW evangelization for young adults that has nothing to do with Catholicism:


And the most important, but sad highlight of them all: