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Joan the Homilist

February 11th, 2010, Promulgated by Dr. K

Everyone’s favorite Sister boasts in the St. Anne/OLoL bulletin about how she gave the homily at a Mass celebrated during the Pastoral Administrator convention. Below is a screen shot:

Can we stop it with the language manipulation? There is no participating in the homily; you either gave a homily, or you didn’t. To “participate” means you gave a homily, which is reserved only to ordained ministers of the Church. Only in Rochester (and apparently Los Angeles) do the laws of the Church take a back seat to a bishop’s personal “leeway” with the norms.

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One Response to “Joan the Homilist”

  1. Anonymous says:

    The name of this so-called Nun will quickly fade away and all of her effort will have been in vain. I hope that this actress and her friends read these words.

    Bishop Matthew Harvey Clark fooled the parishioners for many years, but now he has been exposed on the Internet for the world to see.

    Bishop Clark also intimidated a few of his Priests, Nuns, employees and parishioners, but he is no match for the power of the Internet.

    The name Bishop Matthew Harvey Clark will also quickly fade away. After Bishop Clark is gone, when the precious Catholic school children hear his name, they will ask: "who is that".

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