Tag Archives: Cardinal Rigali

Would the Cardinal Respond on Behalf of Christ?

I wrote a letter to Cardinal Rigali on behalf of the many thousands who have visited and commented here. I respectfully shared your questions and concerns. The following is the response we received on his behalf from the office for communications. This wasn’t a media inquiry. This was a letter from the faithful seeking pastoral […]

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Trifecta of Bad News Launched Catholics4Change.com

By Elizabeth E. Evans for Reuters, FaithWorld, April 8, 2011 Three seemingly unrelated events – and Susan Matthews found herself at a crossroads. Reading a letter to the editor assailing the “apathy” of local Catholics… Recollecting an essay she had written when the first grand jury report dealt her family a personal blow…  Overhearing a […]

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Cardinal Rigali Resignation F.Y.I.

Many comments have called for Cardinal Rigali to resign and some have asked why I didn’t include that in the questions. Cardinal Rigali submitted his resignation papers last year as is customary when a Cardinal reaches the age of 75. Pope Benedict XVI has not yet accepted his resignation.

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Is Pennsylvania a Pro-Pedophile State? You Be the Judge

By Mike Ference, guest blogger How many grand jury investigations need to be held in PA before the lives of innocent children are deemed more precious and important than dysfunctional sex freaks from the ranks of PA catholic clergy and hierarchy? This article was written almost three years ago. How many survivors of clergy abuse […]

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Don’t Bother Raising Your Hand: It’s Time to Rally

The second grand jury report underscores the need for change within the Catholic Church. Before some folks start screaming leftist radical Church destroyer at me, let me explain what I mean and don’t mean by change. I don’t mean to change doctrine. We need to change the way Church leaders deal with the laity on […]

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April 1st Rally at Archdiocesan Building

I invite anyone reading this post and all the friends of Kathy Kane and Susan Matthews to join me at 12 noon this coming First Friday, April 1, 2011, in front of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia at 222 North 17th Street. I will have a poster for each and every one of you. Please, tweet […]

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Two Catholic Mothers Conspiring for Justice

Posted on Sun, Mar. 27, 2011 By Monica Yant Kinney Inquirer Columnist A funny thing happened in the aftermath of yet another clergy sex-abuse scandal embroiling the Archdiocese of Philadelphia: Nothing. Area Catholics contend that they’re enraged by the revelations, but they have a strange way of showing it. Some stay home. Others put less […]

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