St. Louis archdiocese offers reconciliation to rebel parish
Catholic World News - July 26, 2010
The St. Louis archdiocese and the leaders of the rebellious St. Stanislaus Kostka parish are weighing a proposed settlement that could end a long legal fight for control of the church, and allow the parish to restore normal ties with the universal Church. The dispute, which began with questions over control of parish finances, escalated in 2004 until Archbishop Raymond Burke stripped the parish of its recognition and excommunicated the pastor, Father Marek Bozek.
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