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Poll #15 – Bishop Clark’s Legacy

October 11th, 2009, Promulgated by Dr. K

Bishop Matthew Clark is now only 7 days away from 999 days until he must submit his mandatory retirement to Rome per Canon Law. Since we’re quickly approaching triple digits, it is a good time to take a look back at his 30 years as chief shepherd of the Diocese of Rochester. This new poll question is: What is Bishop Clark’s “legacy”? Below are the choices. Select only one, as difficult as that may be:

What is Bishop Clark’s “legacy” with almost 999 days left in his episcopate?

Results from poll #14: Which style of Catholic liturgy do you prefer to attend? This poll was much closer than I anticipated. I though it would be something like 75%-20% in favor of a reverent Novus Ordo, but the results were much closer. The final results were: 47% of 45 votes cast preferring to attend the reverent Novus Ordo, versus 42% preferring the Extraordinary Form. Thank you as always for your participation.

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8 Responses to “Poll #15 – Bishop Clark’s Legacy”

  1. avatar Anonymous says:

    I more thing. He shut down the Catholic Physician's Guild because they advocated Majisterial teachings.

  2. avatar ben says:

    Do we really haft to choose just one? His legacy is the sum is it not?

  3. avatar Dr. K says:

    Basically, if someone in the future asks you about Bishop Clark, what would be the first "legacy" of his that you would mention?

    ~Dr. K

  4. avatar Anonymous says:

    Bishop Clark is the Dick Jauron of our diocese.

  5. avatar Anonymous says:

    The only Catholic hospital, St Mary's, closed in the late 1990's.

  6. avatar Sister Emily says:

    DR.K In 6 days at midnight you better be awake and on Cleansing Fire because I am going to be blogging you sooooo loud!!!!

  7. avatar Dr. K says:

    I hope to be here. The counter is also improved for better real-time performance. Before it was rounding up the time, so you probably wouldn't see a change until noon rather than 12 hours before. Now it's working correctly.

    ~Dr. K

  8. avatar Anonymous says:

    Can we have the clock give us hours and minute count down?

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