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Bishop Paprocki on Heresy

I have been speaking much lately about the problem of numerous Catholic clergy teaching heretical things and not being disciplined for it. Bishop Thomas Paprocki, of the diocese of Springfield, Illinois, has some words to say on the same subject. If you have not read Bishop Paprocki's recent article about heresy, you should do so; soon! We live in difficult times and we cannot presume that every clergyman is living and teaching the faith accurately. [While you are here, please stop and say a prayer for my faithfulness, as well as for Pope Francis and all Bishops; we would appreciate it.]

Here is a link to the article: Imagining a Heretical Cardinal and here is a link to a commentary on the article: Paprocki: We’ve ‘passed beyond the point of private conversations’. Read, discern, and learn your faith!


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