WisSJ: Madison Bishop Robert Morlino remembered for having deep knowledge of Catholic doctrine

Madison Bishop Robert C. Morlino was remembered at a funeral Mass Tuesday for having a deep knowledge of Catholic doctrine and representing the “bone marrow” of the Church.

Morlino “wanted to direct people to the truth” because he knew that is the path to Jesus, said Milwaukee Archbishop Jerome E. Listecki, who presided over the nearly two-hour Mass at St. Maria Goretti Catholic Church on Madison’s Southwest Side.

Nearly 2,000 people, including House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Janesville, paid their final respects.
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  1. Bishop Morlino was one of the good guys. Not understanding why the funeral colour is white.

  2. Bishop Morlino was one of the good guys. Fidelium animae, misericordeum Dei, requiescat in pace. (Why white vestments?)


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