|Francis with the Master of Ceremonies from Benedict XVI., Guido Marini|
Saturday, December 23, 2017
Tuesday, September 15, 2015
Edit: here's the Bishop according to wiki who'll be replacing the last actually conservative Bishop of Kansas City who was ousted not so much by due process but in trial by media. He is hedging his bets in the Inmemorial Mass of All Ages:
Considered somewhat conservative in his views, Johnston supports the celebration of Tridentine Mass, but has said he does not "hold a great personal attachment to it" due to his relatively young age. He also supports the use of Gregorian chant and polyphony. He has cited Dolly Parton, Chet Atkins, and Alan Jackson as some of his favorite musical artists.
Linda Leicht. News-Leader. Springfield Has A New Bishop, January 25, 2008
Wednesday, May 21, 2014
(Rome / Buenos Aires) Monday brought two newsworthy events in Rome. One as Pope Francis "sunk" a former critic in Argentina. On the other hand is was announced that the Argentine Pope has given the Italian Bishops Conference more leeway than any other pope, who in reality has put it on a shorter leash than any predecessor.
On Monday afternoon Pope Francis opened the Spring General Assembly of the Italian Episcopal Conference with a speech. Unlike any that has ever been given. The Pope as Bishop of Rome as automatically been the President since the formation of the Episcopal Conference. All Popes so far, however, are represented by a delegate appointed by them, but never intervened obviously by their presence in the work of the Bishops' Conference. With the election of Pope Francis everything seemed to be quite different.
Pope Francis Intevenes a More in Bishops Conference than any pope before
Surprisingly the Argentine Pope announced that he would dispense with the nominal presidency and offered the bishops of the to choose a president for themselves from their own ranks in the future as all the other Bishops' Conferences (except Belgium). Since then Pope Francis has only intervened more and more significantly in the Italian Episcopal Conference than any other pope before him. The president, appointed by Benedict XVI., Archbishop Angelo Cardinal Bagnasco of Genoa although he is still in office, however, Pope Francis has appointed a deputy and a new Secretary General. Both offices have been occupied on a proposal of the presiding delegate. Bagnasco only learned later of the personnel decisions of the Pope, which equaled his disempowerment in both cases.
"Only laconically," says the Vaticanista Sandro Magister, was he informed by the Holy See with a terse press statement of a change in Personnel. "The Holy Father Francis, has appointed S. Ex. Monsignor José Luis Mollaghan, formerly Metropolitan Archbishop of Rosario (Argentina), as a member of the to be erected commission for clerics at the CDF to address delicta graviora."
Punitive Action Against Archbishop Mollaghan of Rosario
Rosario is an Archdiocese of two million inhabitants. "Archbishop Mollaghan, at 68, has certainly not yet reached the end of his career," said Magister. The abrupt removal from Argentina, his appeal to Rome under the direct control of the pope and his banishment to a not even existing curial phantom office, which is not yet built, says everything about the fact that the impact is definitive," says the Vaticanist.
To understand the reason for this punishment by Pope Francis against one of the most renowned Argentine bishops, Magister suggests the "most accurate and credible", to look up the previously existing Pope's biographies in the book, "Francis, Life and Revolution" by the Argentine journalist Elisabetta Piqué .
Criticism of Bergoglio: Too Lenient About Politics, Pastoral Gestures Too Daring, Too Little Defense of the Doctrine of the Faith
In the chapter, that pique applied by the opponents of Bergoglio in Argentina, Archbishop Mollaghan in place together with Archbishop Hector Aguer of La Plata and the Apostolic Nuncio Adriano Bernardini in the first place. Mollagahan had not only accused the then Archbishop of Buenos Aires of not to defending Catholic doctrine, but of making bold, exaggerated or inappropriate gestures and being too pastorally soft on government.
Contact for the critics Bergoglios in Rome were originally from Argentina Cardinal Leonardo Sandri and former Argentine ambassador to the Holy See, Esteban "Cacho" Caselli who appears now as before a continuing Gentleman of His Holiness appearing in the Pontifical Yearbook.
Past Episcopal Appointments Archbishop Bergoglio
The opposition against the line of the Archbishop of Buenos Aires, says Piqué, reaches its climax in 2005/2006 reaches its climax when Nuncio Bernardini appointmented several bishops who were "embossed conservatives". Among them was also the new Archbishop of Rosario, José Luis Mollaghan and that of Resistencia, Fabriciano Sigampa. The appointments caused, according to Piqué, progressive bishops unrest and discontent. Neither Mollaghan nor Sigampa had been named by the other Argentine bishops for these dioceses, said the journalist of La Nacion .
The Argentine website Pagina Catolica is a little clearer. The appointment of Archbishop Mollaghan was made by bypassing three candidates by Archbishop Bergoglio, who had operated as Archbishop of Buenos Aires in an intensive personnel policy in the appointment of bishops. While Bergoglio let the theologian who was admonished by Rome, Galician Andrés Torres Queiruga, whom the CDF accused of "implicitly" denying the resurrection of Jesus Christ, continue to speak freely in his diocese in 2012, Mallaghan imposed a ban for his diocese in Catholic institutions.
Archbishop Sigampa has been emeritus since February 2013. As was the case under Benedict XVI. he was still Archbishop until the completion of the 77th year of life in office. On February 26, 2013 it took two days after the resignation German Pope for the resignation of Sigampa. Archbishop Mollaghan has now been "hit and sunk" by Pope Francis, says Magister. Only Archbishop Aguer of La Plata is still in place. "But his fate seems sealed", so at least says the Vaticanist Magister.
Text: Giuseppe Nardi
image: Settimo Cielo
image: Settimo Cielo
Trans: Tancred email@example.com
Wednesday, January 2, 2013
The new judges are Msgr. Egidio Tumarturi and RicardinlTurrini-Vita. Msgr Tumarturi was already a judge of the Sacra Rota Romana and member of the Diciplinne commission of the Vatican State. In his later capacity he was the in charge of internal affairs into the allegations of mismanagement which has been entrusted to the then Secretary of the Govnorate of Vatican City, Ajrchibhosp Carlo Maria Vignano, who had now been raised Apostolic Nuncio to the United States. Allegation and investigations were made public by the documentable the then chamberlain of the Pope, Paolo Gabriele
The second new judge Riccardo Turrini Vita. The 51 year old Italian lawyer was from 1987 worked as a judge for civil matters in a district court first, then at the Supreme Court in Rome. From 1994 he worked in the Justice Department from 2002 to 2010 as head of the penitentiary system. In 2010 he was named general manager of the personnel department of the Justice Ministry. He represented the Italian government to Euro Europe, in charge of criminal and penal matters UN bodies and the High Commissioner for Human Rights. This past 22nd November it was Pope Benedict XVI. received in audience (picture), as in Rome, the Conference of Directors of prison administrations of Europe met.
Turrini Vita is Magistral Knights of Malta, Commander of Gregoriusorden and board member of the tradition associated Association Una Voce (Section Italy), whereupon the Vatikanist Sandro Magister pointed. Una Voce works worldwide for the maintenance and propagation of the Tridentine rite. Turrini Vita was already in an earlier term chairman of the Italian section.
Una Voce Italia was one of the promoters of the 1st International pilgrimage tradition, on the 3rd November 2012 found its conclusion with a Pontifical High Mass in the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite in St. Peter's Basilica. The pilgrimage was in gratitude for the grant of the motu proprio Summorum Pontificum by Pope Benedict XVI. place five years ago.
Saturday, November 3, 2012
Vatican Logic: Because he hasn't arrived to his most recent post, he will be promoted to Archbishop.
(kreuz.net, Vatican) Today at noon, Pope Benedict XVI. named the present Secretary of the Papal Commission Ecclesia Dei, Prelate Guido Pozzo (60), to his Almoner and promoted him to Archbishop.
This was reported by the Vatican press service.
This appointment had been announced already at the end of September by Andrea Tornielli.
Msgr. Pozzo will be the successor of the Spanish Bishop de Blanco Prieto (75).
He was the "Almoner to His Holiness" for five years.
This unimportant office is directly under the Pope. It is an abuse of the Sacrament of Holy Orders to ordain someone a Bishop for it.
Active in the Souvenir Business
The Papal Almoner cares for the Pope's charitable giving and distributes financial assistance.
He is a member of the Papal Household. Its occupant has am inactive place in the Papal Liturgies of the Pope.
The position also draws income from the marketing of papal blessings on decorative paper. These can be purchased in the souvenir stores around the Vatican.
In the last years, Archbishop Pozzo has been a Vatican discussion partner for the negotiations with the Society of St. Pius X.
Link to kreuz,net...
Friday, February 17, 2012
Editor: perhaps it might be thought that Germans are just better at running the Church?
Drumbeat: The papal deligate has named a new General Vicar and a new member of the General Council of the Legion of Christ.
Rome (kath.net/LC/red)Drum beats for the Legion of Christ: Cardinal Velasio De Paolis, the Papal Delegate for the Legion of Christ, has named the 37-year old Father Sylvester Heeremann LC as the new General Vicar of the Congregation of the General Congregation and the Apostolic Movement Movement Regnum Christi on Thursday. On the same day Father Deomar De Guedes LC as another member of the General Council of the Congregation. The both replace P. Luis Garza LC and P. Francisco Mateos LC had submitted their resignations. Sylvester Heereman was the territorial director for the Legionare's of Christ in German speaking areas.
Link to kath.net....