CHICAGO, Illinois, September 15, 2009 (LifeSiteNews.com) – A publisher associated with the Archdiocese of Chicago has revoked and apologized for a prayer they distributed that praised the late pro-abortion senator Edward Kennedy as one who promoted “values of peace, justice, equality, and liberty.” The prayer has been replaced with another one, urging prayer for the soul of Kennedy, but excising the words of praise.
Liturgy Training Publications issued the original prayer as a suggested Prayer for the Faithful for use at Sunday Masses after the prominent Catholic senator’s death on August 25.
The text of the prayer, available in the publisher’s online Prayer of the Faithful resource, read: “For those who have given their lives to service to their country, promoting values of peace, justice, equality, and liberty; especially, Senator Edward M. Kennedy, that he may find his eternal reward in the arms of God. … We pray…”
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When is Fr. Rosica going to apologize?