Skip to comments.Father John Corapi Update
Posted on 06/18/2011 4:03:22 PM PDT by marshmallow
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Most people don’t understand how complicated all this really is—meaning most catholics, not to mention non-catholics.
And there are a lot of people exploiting the situation which is making it even worse.
The CNA is an arm of the USCCB. Did you know that?
No, Corapi is probably refusing to go to the basement and live in squalor & silence which is the general state of people who resign their lives to these little diocesan organizations.
All this, while there is a gigantic grab for the results of his successful legal case of a few years back.
You tell me: What would SOLT do with the money? OR the bishop? OR the person in Montana who used to work for him? They’re all after it, and they’re all lawyered up to the teeth too.
If a priest shouldn’t have the money, then by the same exact reasoning, why should a bishop? Or a diocesan organization?
It’s a giant money grab. It’s all about the money.
Even the professional catholic bloggers online are in on it. Writing piece after nasty piece in competition for their fan base, because that means donations. Nice fat, juicy PayPal donations. Push the button, y’all. OR Wake the hell up.
That is the bottom line. Neither Bp. Sheen or Padre Pio faced a post-Vatican II Church.
Of course he was. Every priest is.
Yes. It’s why they come across the way they do now.
100% correct. And neither of them had to face an American heirarchy which is largely perversely feminized and bureaucratic like the current one is.
The culture has changed, and the practical face of the church with it.
You get a gold star.
You must be responding on my post
That is one factor: Fr. Corapi's evident financial success. Another is his fighting personality, that once you slip begins to come across as arrogance. Third is the attitude of obedience, ingrained in the cradle Catholics of older generation, -- the same kind that accepted Vatican II withoput a peepsqueak.
on another thread (Father's Day Postcard to Fr. John Corapi, Layman (Catholic Caucus)), where I commented on Fr. Corapi's detractors' character.
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