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Re: Bishop of Madison

Postby Beaver » Mon Nov 26, 2018 7:14 pm

See you Wednesday night.

Requiem Mass (Ordinary Form) for Bishop Morlino
Wednesday at 7 PM – 8:30 PM
St Andrew Catholic Church
301 N Main St, Verona, Wisconsin 53593

"Join Saint Christopher Catholic Parish in offering prayers for the eternal soul of our beloved Bishop Robert Morlino. This Mass will be in the Ordinary Form and celebrated by Fr. John Sasse. Immediately after Mass, a short talk will be given to explain what happens next in the Diocese of Madison and how a new bishop is selected. All are welcome to join us in prayer and for the talk."


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Re: Bishop of Madison

Postby Beaver » Mon Nov 26, 2018 7:20 pm

Henry Vilas wrote:Maybe not.
According to an interview given by James Farmer in 1993, "CORE has no functioning chapters; it holds no conventions, no elections, no meetings, sets no policies, has no social programs and does no fund-raising. In my opinion, CORE is fraudulent."


Farmer was the first leader of CORE. Is he criticizing himself?

http://www.congressofracialequality.org

"Last but not least, there is CORE or Congress of Racial Equality. This congress was formed by a group of activists that gather together to fight against segregation and corruption in a nonviolent way. This congress profoundly grew in the 1950s and firstly led by its first leader who was also a civil rights activist named James Farmer.

CORE was actually an organization branch of Peace Lover that was called the FOR or Fellowship of Reconciliation. CORE was always committed to doing nonviolent actions procedures that occupied sit-ins. Those sit-ins were done in Chicago in lunch counters. CORE once contributed with interracial bus rides across the South’s upper part. CORE was testing the buses that were ordered by the US Supreme Court to be desegregated. That was the decision of Morgan v. Virginia in 1946.

SCLC, NAAPCP, and CORE are only three of lots of race equality congress, groups, and organizations. They have inspired society about the importance of fighting for equality for human race. Their efforts deserve appreciation!"

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Re: Bishop of Madison

Postby Henry Vilas » Mon Nov 26, 2018 7:25 pm

You posted what CORE was, not what it is now. Changes occurred, but you ignored the rest of my quoted citation.

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Re: Bishop of Madison

Postby Cadfael » Mon Nov 26, 2018 7:29 pm

Wikipedia says he's criticizing it since his resignation in 1966.
Since 1966

In 1966, James Farmer resigned as Director of CORE, to be replaced by Black Power advocate Floyd McKissick until 1968, when California activist Wilfred T. Ussery served a brief term as national chairman. He was replaced by Roy Innis, who had been National Chairman until his death in 2017.[24] Innis initially led the organization to strongly support Black Nationalism. However, subsequent political developments within the organization led it to support conservative political positions.[25]

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Re: Bishop of Madison

Postby Madsci » Mon Nov 26, 2018 7:48 pm

Donald wrote:Not Catholic. Morlino seemed to have his priorities less toward Jesus and more toward Satan. Rejecting people might make you feel superior in your religious belief, but it was something Jesus not only spoke against, but showed with his actions. Rest in turmoil, Bishop Morlino.

As someone who survived 8+ years of Catholic indoctrination, I agree. Jesus was the dude who turned water into wine. He was basically a peace loving hippie. I left the church at the age of 14 when I saw how it was way too hypocritical.

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Re: Bishop of Madison

Postby Beaver » Tue Nov 27, 2018 8:42 am

Bishop Morlino's funeral arrangements have been released by the Diocese:
https://madisondiocese.org/documents/20 ... etails.pdf

The funeral Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Tuesday, 4 December 2018 at 1100 at St. Maria Goretti Church in Madison. Here is an extract from the press release:

"The Funeral Arrangements for Bishop Morlino are as follows:
+ A Prayer Vigil, with opportunity for visitation, will be held Monday, December 3rd, at the O’Donnell Chapel at Holy Name Heights, 702 S. High Point Rd., Madison, from 1:00-7:00 PM, with Solemn Vespers beginning at 7:00 PM, Bishop Paul Swain presiding.

+ Visitation on Tuesday, December 4th, at St. Maria Goretti Catholic Church, Madison, from 9:00 AM until just prior to the Funeral Mass.

+ The Mass of Christian Burial (funeral) will be celebrated at St. Maria Goretti Catholic Church, 4313 Flad Ave., Madison, at 11:00 AM. The Most Reverend Jerome Listecki, Archbishop of Milwaukee, will be the principal celebrant with the Reverend Monsignor James R. Bartylla as homilist.

+ Interment will be at Resurrection Cemetery immediately following the Funeral Mass.

Local media are invited to cover the funeral mass and all surrounding services and events."

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Re: Bishop of Madison

Postby Henry Vilas » Tue Nov 27, 2018 11:14 am

Going?

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Re: Bishop of Madison

Postby Beaver » Thu Nov 29, 2018 8:11 am

Too cold out for me to go. I may watch on EWTN.

Henry Vilas wrote:Will anybody care?

It was not obvious from the press release, but if you want to attend Bishop Morlino's Mass of Christian Burial, you have to request a seat via this web page: https://www.madisondiocese.org/funeral- ... ce-request

Not surprisingly, the funeral will likely overflow, so they are going to limit attendance to the capacity of St. Maria Goretti, and live-stream the Mass over the Internet for those who don't get a seat, or who cannot make the trip.

The diocese has just learned that Bishop Robert C. Morlino’s funeral will be broadcast on EWTN on Tuesday, December 4th, at 11:00 Central. Pass it on!
https://www.madisondiocese.org/remember ... op-morlino

"Requiem and Memorial Masses around the Madison Diocese and the world

Sunday, Nov. 25, 7:30am at St Clement Catholic Parish, 135 S. Washington Street, Lancaster (Ordinary Form).
Monday, Nov. 26, 11:00am at St Clement Catholic Parish, 135 S. Washington Street, Lancaster (Ordinary Form).
Tuesday, Nov. 27 at the Chapel of the Crown of Thorns, Notre-Dame de Paris, France (Extraordinary Form).
Wednesday, Nov. 28, 7:15 am, at Holy Angels Novitiate (SSPX), Winona, Minnesota (Extraordinary Form).
Wednesday, Nov. 28, 9:30am at St Clement Catholic Parish, 135 S. Washington Street, Lancaster (Ordinary Form).
Wednesday, Nov. 28, 7:00pm at St. Andrew Church (St. Christopher Parish), 301 N. Main Street, Verona (Ordinary Form).
This Mass will be followed by a short talk explaining how a new bishop is elected.
Thursday, Nov. 29, 6:30am at Queen of All Saints Parish, 960 Jefferson St, Fennimore (Extraordinary Form).
Thursday, Nov. 29, 8:00am at St. Mary Parish, 130 West Cedar Street, Platteville (Ordinary Form).
Thursday, Nov. 29, 7:00pm at St. Henry Catholic Church, 412 N. 4th Street, Watertown (Ordinary Form).
Thursday, Nov. 29, 7:00pm at St Clement Catholic Parish, 135 S. Washington Street, Lancaster (Ordinary Form).
Thursday, Nov. 29, 7:30pm at St. John the Baptist Parish, 100 East Third Street, Waunakee (Ordinary Form).
Saturday, Dec. 1, 8:00am at St. Patrick Parish, 315 Cherry Street, Janesville (Ordinary Form).
Saturday, Dec. 1, 8:00am at St. Mary Parish, 130 West Cedar Street, Platteville (Extraordinary Form).
Saturday, Dec. 1, 8:15am at St. John Vianney, 1245 Clark Street, Janesville (Ordinary Form).
Saturday, Dec. 1, 9:15am at St Clement Catholic Parish, 135 S. Washington Street, Lancaster (Ordinary Form).
Saturday, Dec. 1, 10:00am at the Assumption Chapel of the Pontifical North American College, Rome, Italy (Extraordinary Form).
Monday, Dec. 3, 8:15am at St Clement Catholic Parish, 135 S. Washington Street, Lancaster (Ordinary Form).
Tuesday, Dec. 4, Noon at Cathedral of St. Helena, 530 N Ewing St, Helena, Montana.
Tuesday, Dec 4, 6:00pm at St Joseph Parish, 1660 Endl Blvd, Fort Atkinson, WI 53538 (Ordinary Form).
Wednesday, Dec. 5, 8:15am at St. Clement Catholic Parish, 135 S. Washington St., Lancaster, WI (Ordinary Form).
Thursday, Dec. 6, 8:15am at St. John Vianney, 1245 Clark Street, Janesville (Memorial Mass, Ordinary Form)."

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Re: Bishop of Madison

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Re: Bishop of Madison

Postby Paleo2 » Mon Dec 03, 2018 11:29 am

Henry Vilas wrote:You posted what CORE was, not what it is now. Changes occurred, but you ignored the rest of my quoted citation.


Indeed.

Core under Roy Innis was completely different from the original CORE.

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Re: Bishop of Madison

Postby Beaver » Sat Jan 19, 2019 2:39 pm

Madison Diocese considering investigation that will lead to naming clergy members accused of sexual abuse of children
https://madison.com/wsj/news/local/madi ... 3BEF2C94B1

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Re: Bishop of Madison

Postby Henry Vilas » Sat Jan 19, 2019 3:14 pm

It took Morlino's death for the diocese to even consider naming the pedophiles.

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Re: Bishop of Madison

Postby gargantua » Sat Jan 19, 2019 7:53 pm

Henry Vilas wrote:It took Morlino's death for the diocese to even consider naming the pedophiles.

I'm not a Morlino fan, but according to the article, the diocese was seriously looking into that before Bishop Morlino died. So they were considering it.

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Re: Bishop of Madison

Postby Henry Vilas » Sat Jan 19, 2019 9:37 pm

Yes, considering it. Let's see what actions they eventually take. I see that the Green Bay diocese has actually revealed names, but many of those priests had already died.

Morlina went to the grave before he took any action.

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Re: Bishop of Madison

Postby globalwarming » Sun Jan 20, 2019 4:26 pm

These people are real Catholics.

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