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Bad news – Dr. G coming back April 6, 2010

Posted by Tantumblogo in Dallas Diocese, scandals.
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This is short notice, but Dr. G, the theologian with ideas that diverge from established Catholic doctrine who spoke at St. Mark in March, is coming back to the Diocese.  He’ll be at Holy Family Parish in Irving on April 10, this weekend.  Later, he’ll be back for the LCWR annual conference here in Dallas in August!  Great!  Not only will we have the group that has done more to instigate the Apostolic investigation of American nuns than any other hosting a conference in Dallas, they’ll have Dr. G speaking there! 

www.wouldjesusattend.com has more on this. 

I’m not sure what we’ll do at this point.  If one feels moved, you could contact Holy Family parish and/or the Diocese about Dr. G’s immediate talk.  There may be more planned for the LCWR conference.  I’m not going to say too much right now, but the recent support of the LCWR leadership for Obamacare in defiance of their own bishops, and their continued support for such things as women’s ordination and radical reinterpretations of accepted Catholic/Christian doctrine, indicates a willful opposition to the Magisterium.  I, and others, are increasingly concerned that our voices are not being heard. 

Pray that Dr. G will limit himself to those topics that don’t diverge from traditional Catholic views.  Pray for those who attend.  And continue to pray for a change in this diocese, so that we will have more orthodox speakers and an end to these problematic ones.  There does seem to be a clear trend towards accepting, sometimes to the exclusion of more faithful speakers, individuals who would like to upend and remake Church doctrine.

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