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VIDEO: Question #6 of Top 10 Questions for the Archdiocesan Leaders

Question #6 for the St. Louis Archdiocesan Leaders:
Explain to us in writing, under Archbishop Rozanski’s own signature, why we could not “pilot” any
merger/closure process envisioned by ATN, before doing 80-100 parishes all at once. In other words,
why can’t we “test pilot” an area now, with far fewer mergers/closures, and see if your
“evangelization” plan or strategy works? IF it will work so well, wouldn’t that help us all “see” it
working, and help unify Catholics in the Archdiocese of St. Louis to accept ATN?

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One response to “VIDEO: Question #6 of Top 10 Questions for the Archdiocesan Leaders”

  1. Malachi Martin who died in 1999 and who read the Third Secret stated that it could only be understood within the context of the destruction of the geographical diocese and parish system. As a model, look at Seven Holy Founders in Affton. Once their school was merged within a group of three, the parish all but died. Martin wrote where the “people of God” will replace the “children of God”. The new mystical body warned of by Fulton J. Sheen will now encompass the entire community.

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