Re: Re: reorganisation and destruction of irish catholic churches

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Gianlorenzo
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Sirius wrote:
The FOSCC legal team made no attempt to distance themselves from the following arguments which were made by Ms Sherwin in support of their appeal:
The Second Vatican Council and the post-conciliar experiment has been a total disaster.
The rotten fruits of Vatican II are everywhere to be witnessed both in the Church and in civil society.
Vatican II is responsible for the catastrophic condition of the Catholic Church today.
“Everywhere you look there is heresy and moral decay]

The FOSCC legal team made no effort to distance themselves from Miss Sherwin, but then again the Trustees legal team made no effort and neither did the legal team representing the local authority.
I happen to know that FOSCC decided to completely ignore Miss Sherwin and her ilk, as, to acknowledge them, would have given them a credence they did they did not deserve. FOSCC had no control over how some of the audience reacted. To tar them with this particular brush because of their silence is a little disengenuous to say the least.
Do you not realise that our late Pope John Paul II based his entire papacy on Vatican II and he was supported in this by the then Cardinal Ratzinger. Maybe you should take the time to read what these eminent men had to say on liturgy – you might learn something. FOSCC enlisted an eminent liturgist Dr Alcuin Reid and an eminent canon lawyer Dr Alan Kershaw, to put their point across. Have you read what they had to say? FOSCC has never deviated from the Vatican line, albeit pre or post Vatican II.
If you could put your prejudices on hold for a short time and read the entire FOSCC submission to the oral hearing you might learn something. Do not judge them on what they did not say, judge them on what they said.

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