VIDEO: 30 Years of Experience Dealing with Bishops Gives Insight into “All Things New”

After dealing with the Catholic Bishops for over 30 years, Ken Battis is in the unique position of having insight into how past abuses of power are playing into the plans for the Archdiocese of St. Louis.

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11 responses to “VIDEO: 30 Years of Experience Dealing with Bishops Gives Insight into “All Things New””

  1. Laura Avatar

    Thank you Ken

    1. Darlene Malpocker Avatar

      Thanks for your leadership Ken! This cradle Catholic is behind you 100%

    2. Stephanie Russo Avatar

      Thank you, Ken. We’re keeping you in prayer, too. Stand your ground,…
      Fiat! Fiat! Fiat!
      +JMJ

  2. Kathy Pavloff Avatar

    Prayers for you Ken! Thank you!!

  3. Sandy Ghormley Avatar

    Thank you Ken.

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  5. Raymond Stephens Avatar

    Why do we need Consutants? Information about problems in the Church are well known to most of us for a long time.
    Let’s do what needs to be done then we can change the name from “All Things New” to “all Things True”:
    Thanks Ken

    1. above Avatar

      Thank you Ken. I agree wholeheartedly that it is a wrong move to trust outsiders, not necessarily believers,as we did in the treatment of fallen priests. When priests were found out they were sent to psychiatry for healing instead of going to God for the answers.

  6. Deacon Avatar

    Thank you Ken. Well-timed!
    –A Deacon of the Archdiocese

  7. Robert P Dotta Avatar

    Thank you for trying to shine a light on the “inner workings” of the process. If any organization on this earth should be open and transparent it the should be the church.

    1. gracespark Avatar

      Yes, I couldn’t agree more!

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11 Comments

  1. Laura says:

    Thank you Ken

    1. Darlene Malpocker says:

      Thanks for your leadership Ken! This cradle Catholic is behind you 100%

    2. Stephanie Russo says:

      Thank you, Ken. We’re keeping you in prayer, too. Stand your ground,…
      Fiat! Fiat! Fiat!
      +JMJ

  2. Kathy Pavloff says:

    Prayers for you Ken! Thank you!!

  3. Sandy Ghormley says:

    Thank you Ken.

  4. Raymond Stephens says:

    Why do we need Consutants? Information about problems in the Church are well known to most of us for a long time.
    Let’s do what needs to be done then we can change the name from “All Things New” to “all Things True”:
    Thanks Ken

    1. above says:

      Thank you Ken. I agree wholeheartedly that it is a wrong move to trust outsiders, not necessarily believers,as we did in the treatment of fallen priests. When priests were found out they were sent to psychiatry for healing instead of going to God for the answers.

  5. Deacon says:

    Thank you Ken. Well-timed!
    –A Deacon of the Archdiocese

  6. Robert P Dotta says:

    Thank you for trying to shine a light on the “inner workings” of the process. If any organization on this earth should be open and transparent it the should be the church.

    1. gracespark says:

      Yes, I couldn’t agree more!

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