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so sue me

By Diogenes (articles ) | Sep 30, 2008

Just a thought:

If an American bishop orders his priests to deny Communion to a prominent pro-abortion politician...

And if that prominent politician chooses to challenge the bishop's authority by filing a canonical complaint...

That case would be a very important one, and therefore likely to rise to the level of the Church's highest canonical tribunal, the Apostolic Signatura...

Where Archbishop Raymond Burke would preside.

 

 

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