VIDEO: Do our Archdiocesan leaders really want dialogue and discussion about All Things New? Knights of Columbus cancel our informational meeting scheduled for tonight

Fr. Chris Martin, it’s time you put your name on some things and step out of the shadows. Yesterday, you said on the radio that the Archdiocese wants feedback and discussion about All Things New. You’ve emailed me and admitted there is no problem with people learning their canonical rights. Yet the Knights of Columbus just canceled our meeting for this evening because of pressure from the Church leadership. You are doing everything you possibly can to shut down our meetings which are truly informational sessions for the laity to learn their canon law rights. Fr. Chris Martin, did you even attend (1) listening session? Archbishop Rozanski, did you even attend (1) listening session? Catholic Leadership Institute (CLI), did any of you attend even (1) listening session? Correct me if I am wrong, but think NOT. Fr. No one can deny parishioners under Canon 212 from exercising their canon law rights to be heard, to hear questions and answers. Abuse in the Catholic Church has two things in common in every case: 1) Somebody always knew. 2) They covered it up, hid it, and stomped on anyone who spoke up and tried to have a dialogue.

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  1. jbq2 says:

    This is a scam and a con game. The result is already decided.

  2. Daniel says:

    Thank you, Ken.

  3. Edward J. Hamm says:

    Great job Ken

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