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American OD Bishops?

posted by awelborn

Vaticanisti has the scoop – there’s four, not just the one numerary.



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CB

posted October 1, 2005 at 11:46 am


Life imitates art!
Couple decades ago we were amused by the conceit of Fr. Guido Sarducci’s ‘Vatican
Gossip Columnist,” on Saturday Nite Live TV.
Now, we actually have one!



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RC

posted October 1, 2005 at 10:17 pm


One? We have Rocco, Jacob, Vaticanisti, and the Beach Bunny. Any others?



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Margaret

posted October 1, 2005 at 10:35 pm


::Deep sigh::
If, as Vaticanisti says, Bishops Finn and DiMarzio are not going out of their way to announce their membership in the Priestly Society of the Holy Cross (NOT Opus Dei, by the way), why is it anybody else’s place to announce it from the rooftops??



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Robert Walsh

posted October 2, 2005 at 9:42 am


Is this really “a scoop” by Vaticanisti?
In fact, all the bishops worldwide in Opus Dei’s Priestly Society of the Holy Cross (including the four American bishops) are listed in John Allen’s new book on Opus Dei.
Lots of advance copies of John Allen’s book have been mailed to book reviewers and are circulating out there, so I would bet that John Allen’s book itself is, directly or indirectly, the ultimate source of the Vaticanisti posting.



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iClaudius

posted October 2, 2005 at 12:38 pm


Vaticanisti should get his basic facts straight. A supernumerary diocesan priest is not a member of Opus Dei.



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