Skip to comments.Cath Bishop Who Gave Eulogy at Chappaquiddick Teddy's Funeral Slams Conservative EWTN for Pope Francis Criticism
Posted on 12/20/2021 1:24:40 PM PST by CharlesOConnell
Boston Cardinal Sean O’Malley had strong words for the Eternal Word Television Network (EWTN) this weekend for its criticisms of Pope Francis. Asked by Argentinean journalist Elisabetta Pique about conservative/liberal polarization among the U.S. bishops, Cardinal O’Malley said that "the episcopal conference is polarized, but it is difficult to put a percentage on the opposing sides. There are also some bishops who are tied to a more conservative policy and the Holy Father himself has commented on the situation of EWTN, where many times the commentators are very critical of the Holy Father, at least of his ideas."
(Excerpt) Read more at breitbart.com ...
O’Malley defends role at Kennedy rites
Cardinal urges civility over abortion issue
Cardinal Sean P. O’Malley last night issued a forceful defense of his decision to participate in the funeral of Senator Edward M. Kennedy, an appearance that has drawn sharp criticism from some conservative Catholics because of Kennedy’s ardent support for abortion rights.
Resisting Politics as Usual: Civility as Christian Witness
At a funeral ?!?
At a funeral? Let’s see, most people die, even Ted Kennedy, though Mary Joe Kopechne died a little sooner at Chappaquiddick Island after Teddy left her in the car & declined to report the accident to police. So, yes, O’Malley gave the funeral oration at Teddy’s funeral. Yes, a funeral.
That O’Malley is a bum.
Irish lib Catholic dirtbag.
He can go pound. This guy is making more conservative Evangelicals outta conservative Catholics, everyday.
“Holy Father” my arse. He’s a sinner on the way to hell.
Disclaimer: Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.