Went to Mass

I went to Mass at Noon at St. Pat’s to pray for the Church.  I passed by some reporters.  As I passed by, I said to myself, “these guys are going to ask me to comment.”  I was almost up the steps, when I heard that shout, “Excuse me, sir.”

So I gave my two cents to the CBC.  When he asked me about a more liberal Pope, I told him.  “I don’t think that’s going to happen. The Holy Father appoints people that share his mind and outlook.”

Sorry, fellas, had to throw cold water on that idea. 😉

My guess is that the next Pope is going to be even more “conservative” than Benedict.

It’s going to be a turning point Papacy.  Bad news for Catholic politicians who support abortion.   No Communion for you.

Socon or Bust officially endorses Cardinal Raymond Burke.

Fr. Z has some commentary here, including the prophesy of St. Malachy.

6 thoughts on “Went to Mass

  1. Jack, Cardinal Burke had done some of his studies in Rome and also had worked in the Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Signatura for a number of years before JPII made him a bishop, so I’d think I’d be fairly safe in saying that’s probably not a problem.

    I sure would love to be a fly on the wall in USCCB headquarters if Burke was to be elected Pope.

    • Fair enough. But I still say that Bagnasco is a more likely choice for the top job and he would be a good choice too. I encourage you to read his bio.

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