Monday, October 28, 2013


Sandro Magister makes a very interesting point which upon reading seems obvious but can easily be overlooked.

In discussing the change of climate in the Church today with regard to changes in the Curia, Magister writes:

These brusque removals without promotion, together with the fact that the overwhelming majority of directorship positions have still been confirmed only provisorily - "donec aliter provideatur" - have created in the curia a widespread climate of terror, not softened much by the description of "evangelical" applied to the "revolution" underway.

Obviously in a climate of this kind the worst harm is that of being accused of being an agent or accomplice of any action of counter-revolutionary resistance, whether real or imaginary.

It is conceivable that that is the reason Cardinal Burke left a recent Conference at which Magister was speaking recently.

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