The Road To Schism - The Association of U.S. Catholic Priests

...This week, about 240 priests from around the country are meeting at Saint Leo University in St. Leo for the inaugural assembly of the newly formed Association of U.S. Catholic Priests. Among its goals: To be a "voice of hope" and to "celebrate and implement the visionary concepts of Vatican Council II."

The Rev. David Cooper, a Milwaukee pastor and board chairman, says keeping the spirit of what was intended by the council — which opened in October 1962 and concluded in December 1965 — is urgent, given the direction the church seems to be taking.

"We're not positioning ourselves to be a controversial voice, but a collaborative one," .

Taken in the light of yesterdays post of the Prophecies of Bl. Anna Maria Taigi this is just the start.


1 comment:

Peterman said...

From the article: "For Orlando-based priest Joe Gosselin, a member of the La Sallette religious order, there are many ways in which the new association can make a difference in elevating Catholic dialogue. Giving moral support at this time to the nuns is a good way to start."

I don't know whether to laugh or cry.
Has this priest even read the message of La Sallette?

Whatever the case, thee sad clowns can have all the meetings and schismatic associations they like, they can't turn back the clock, they can't keep their mouldy, rotten vision afloat much longer. Things are rapidly disintegrating and the Church will be reborn. Not in decades but in just a few years time.