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An Interesting Connection

January 17th, 2010, Promulgated by Dr. K

The following is from Jim Callan’s “The Studentbaker Corporation,” published in 2001. In this passage, he speaks about his time as student chaplain at the University of Rochester. Keep an eye out for the two DoR personalities currently involved with running St. Anne church into the ground:

“The St. Bernard’s faculty was not happy I was spending so much time at the University of Rochester. Not only was I taking courses there, but I was a student chaplain there under Father Jim Lawlor (who now pastors St. Catherine of Siena Church in Mendon) and Sister Joan Sabola [sic] (presently a member of the leadership team of the Sisters of St. Joseph). “ (page 31)

This got me to thinking… how many minds has Sr. Joan corrupted over the years with ideas about women’s ordination? Nancy DeRycke, another local pastoral administrator, has several times stated that she is a good friend of Sr. Joan and has been greatly influenced by her. Ms. DeRycke has, as a result, been just as active in this “movement” as the Sister herself (including organizing local prayer services and speaking at Women’s Ordination Conference conventions).

113 days until the Sister turns 70; the age when pastoral leaders of this diocese must submit their retirement to the bishop.

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3 Responses to “An Interesting Connection”

  1. avatar Anonymous says:

    Almost every liberal priest in this diocese is connected in some way. It's corruption to the umpteenth degree. When these priests retire, no tears will be shed. A terrible generation will have passed, while we are left to sort through the rubble.

  2. avatar Anonymous says:

    I thought she did turn 70. Anyways, I don't see her retiring anytime soon. They were actually talking about putting another parish in the cluster. She can't handle two, so maybe this will push her over the edge.

  3. avatar Dr. K says:

    The Sister was born May 11th, 1940. There will be a Sobala countdown pretty soon right beneath the Clark one.

    Why would they give her another parish to run when she has failed miserably with the ones she currently has? That would be like giving Bishop Clark a second diocese to run.

    Would it be St. Boniface? I don't know, she should be retiring this year. If the diocese wants to force priests into retirement at age 70, they need to do the same for P.A.'s.

    ~Dr. K


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