Wisconsin bishop defends priests who added Latin Masses, dispensed with altar girls, lay Eucharistic ministers
September 23, 2009
Bishop Robert Morlino has defended the work of the Society of Jesus Christ the Priest, a Spanish community that administers five parishes in his diocese. Priests of the community have added times for Confession (an hour before every Mass), increased the number of Latin Masses, and ended the practices of female altar servers and lay extraordinary ministers of Holy Communion.
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- Bishop Morlino invites members of a group that emphasizes traditional Catholic theology to lead parishes in Sauk City area (Sauk Prairie Eagle)
- Society of Jesus Christ the Priest official addresses rumors, questions about group (Wisconsin State Journal)
- Priests from Spain: Serving at parishes in Sauk City, Merrimac (scroll down) (Madison Catholic Herald)
- Saint Aloysius Catholic Church
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