Thursday, July 19, 2012

Courageous Priest - Diocese Of Scranton

I wonder what Bishop Joe would do if one of the priests of the Diocese of Scranton gave this homily?

Well, we actually DO know. Because it has already happened.

Courageous, orthodox priests in the Diocese of Scranton are uprooted and shipped off to places where they can't do any harm to the progressive agenda of the Chancery.

An elderly priest on the Acadian Peninsula has been barred from performing church services in the Bathurst diocese after he made remarks about homosexuals and women who have had an abortion.
Rev. Donat Gionet, 85, gave the sermon at the Roman Catholic church in Saint-Léolin while replacing the regular parish priest late last month.
He stands by the comments he made in Saint-Léolin, a village of about 730 people located about 50 kilometres east of Bathurst.
Reached in Caraquet on Wednesday, Gionet declined an interview but did provide a written statement.
In a letter written in French that he provided to the Telegraph-Journal, Gionet stated the sermon in question was about the destruction of the Church and the need to seek forgiveness for past sins.  cont.

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