Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Yikes...

He's one of the most down to earth bishops you will meet, a kind and wonderful man.  You will recall that Bp. Ricken is the chair of the USCCB Evangelization and Catechesis Committee, thus it's probably even appropriate for him to attend the event.

I wonder what he thought of the "Three Days of Darkness" conference. Go ahead, video is here.  I wonder how many of these same "diverse liturgy" proponents would be praising this if it were a Pontifical Mass?  Orchestrated even!  You will see some big names, Fr. Robert Barron gave the keynote, John Allen gave a talk, probably some good nuggets in there.  

His tweet was favorited by ...


I'm having flashbacks of my Bp. Christensen Polka Mass post.  Some things you just can't unsee. 

On the bright side, we are probably still better off than Brazil though. 

5 comments:

  1. OMG......did Bishop Ricken really write that?

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    1. I think he's probably just trying to be nice.

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    2. Of the 9 ways of being accessory to another's sin, the following come to mind:

      By Consent
      By praise or flattery
      By partaking
      By silence
      By defense of the ill done.

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  2. Fr. Robert Barron gave the keynote, John Allen gave a talk, probably some good nuggets in there.

    Closer examination would more likely reveal them to be fool's gold.

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  3. I must just say...I am greatly disappointed in Bishop Ricken, Father Barron and John Allen.

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