Here’s an interesting article about the future of the Catholic Church.
We are about to have another Protestant Reformation in the Catholic Church, and this one is going to be much larger than the last one. I think we had a window of opportunity to avert this crisis during the pontificate of Benedict XVI, but the bishops of the West (Europe, North America and Oceania) largely rejected this opportunity. Now that Benedict XVI is retired, many of these same bishops are doing everything they can to roll back the reforms he instituted — or at least, as many as they can. In some dioceses now, it’s as if there never was a Pope Benedict XVI.
Click on the link to read it . . .
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