Tag Archives: Cardinal O’Brien

How Long Does Discernment Take?

Liam broke the news here a little while ago. The major Catholic internet news outlets are already on it. The Holy Father has accepted the resignation of the rights and privileges of a cardinal ‚Ķ presented by His Eminence Cardinal … Continue reading

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Two Demands

Catherine Deveney has a hard-hitting article on the Cardinal O’Brien scandal. And what’s not happening with a prince of the church, his confreres in the hierarchy, and any sense of heading to closure on the cult of secrecy. What are … Continue reading

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Interdict?

So … when the Vatican says it won’t ordain any bishops for a country until an investigation is complete, is it something like an “episcopal interdict?” Cardinal Marc Ouellet, head of the Congregation¬†for Bishops, has communicated his office will not … Continue reading

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And Then There Were 115

David Gibson characterizes a campaign season as “nasty, brutish.” Doesn’t it seem to be the case? Another breach from the secular culture into the Church. These red hats had better watch out–at this rate they might end up at the … Continue reading

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