The Bureaucrats Who Were Once Bishops

Pope meets the Italian Conference of Bishops (CEI) on Monday

There is much to lament concerning our leadership within the church.  Their systematic failure to protect innocent children against predatory clergy, one Bishop’s decision to console those predators over reigning down fury in a just and merciful manner, Cardinal Wuerl’s choice to hire PR firms and high powered attorneys when his failings came to light, and the Vatican’s self-congratulating back slaps for the moral culture not being much worse in the midst of this latest crisis are to name a few.  What appears abundantly clear, on top of the laundry list of issues that should distress us, is that we are being led not by Shepherds but by bureaucrats.  Our institutional church exchanged its mission as the mystical Body of Christ at some point in the twentieth century, be the exact moment at Vatican II or not, for the earthly respect of princes and kings and the crony kickbacks typically reserved for mafiosi.

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The Bishop Review

bishops mitreBeginning in the summer of 2018, the Traditian Order will start its process of grading the bishops of the Church, all around the world, regarding their respect for, and defense of, Catholic tradition.  This will include a review of their comments compared side by side with the tenets of the Oath Against Modernism.

We expect that one a week will be reviewed, perhaps more in the early weeks, and at the end of the discussion they will receive a grade from A to F from the Order.

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