Tag Archives: Bishop Alexander Sample
As Bishop of Marquette, Michigan, Bishop Sample said: In this time of great confusion (post Vatican II generation), catechesis suffered. We booted the Baltimore Catechism out the door, but there wasn’t anything to replace it. I was taught the faith in Catholic schools using materials that were weak and insubstantial. I wasn’t being taught my faith. The liturgy suffered from experimentation as well. Read more here. He is … More →
LifeSite News: As the Obama administration and the U.S. Bishops remain locked in battle over the HHS mandate, the question on the minds of many observers is: what lengths are the bishops willing to go to to oppose the mandate? The prelates LifeSiteNews spoke to after the Vigil Mass for Life in Washington, D.C. on Jan. 24th indicated that they intend to do everything they can … More →
I was very much interested in the cause of Sister Miriam Teresa back in the late 1960s and early 70s. My aunt, Sister Mary Susan Boyle, was stationed at the Sister Miriam Theresa League House in Convent Station, New Jersey. She worked closely with Sister Zita who was in charge of the League.
The worthy successor of Bishop Baraga of the diocese of Marquette has banned Bishop Thomas Gumbleton of Detroit from speaking in his diocese. Although he could have cited many heresies of the radical activist, he chose to mention Gumbleton’s liberal stands on women’s ordination and the homosexual agenda. The following clip is from Thomas Peter’s Blog at American Papist. This is a sad, but encouraging … More →