Friday, January 1, 2016

Thank God for Bishop Paprocki

Number of rosaries done in reparation for the desecration of the Eucharist:39

Number of people signed up for daily rosaries for this intention: 1

Those who have read past posts know that I have chosen to focus on the "dubious" Catholicism and leadership skills of Archbishop Blase Cupich.  I have used his own, directly quoted words, to show that given his charge as a bishop of the Catholic Church, he is in a dubious situation of violating his oaths as a bishop and a priest for propagating false teaching of the Church.  I have also asked Pope Francis to demand that he either recant of his publicly stated positions PUBLICLY or remove him from his post and begin proceedings to have him removed from the priesthood.

Finally, we have a current bishop who seems to agree with me on the premise of his heretical position.  As outlined in the link below:

Courageous Priest

Bishop Paprocki, bishop of Springfield, Illinois, has directly challenged both the legitimacy of Archbishop Cupich's public statements regarding the supremacy of personal conscience as well as the Archbishop himself to publicly clarify these statements so that the faithful are not confused about authentic Church teaching.

See, this is why we pray.

I don't believe that ALL the cardinals, bishops, and priests are the worst in the world and unbelievers.  Just most of them.  And it is the responsibility of those who do believe and driven by the Holy Spirit to correct those who aren't for the sake of the faithful, their souls and the future of the Church.  Not enough of these "good" clerics are bold enough to defend the orthodox faith in the face of Modernism, heresy and abomination.  Some don't because they have sworn oaths of fealty and authority to the bishops, cardinals and Pope Francis.

And in a properly ordered world, respect for authority is a true value.  But in the world that we live in now, where our authority figures in all fields must be viewed cynically, we cannot allow protocol protect those with vile intentions.

Our "good" clerics must understand that their first oath, their primary oath, is to serve God - Father, Son and Holy Ghost.  You cannot honor the one true God and a non-believing bishop at the same time.  The dignity of that bishop must be sacrificed in order to properly serve God.

Question to that independent reader out there (YOU!): Has your bishop publicly spoken about the proper context of personal conscience within the Catholic faith?

If not, maybe you should ask...

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