“In good standing”

Without explanation, Los Angeles archdiocese reposts 2013 statement about priestly status of Cardinal Roger Mahony and Bishop Thomas Curry

Statement of Archbishop Jose Gomez of Los Angeles: Questions from the faithful and some members of the news media indicate that it would be helpful for me to clarify the status of Cardinal Roger Mahony and Bishop Thomas Curry. Cardinal Mahony, as Archbishop Emeritus, and Bishop Curry, as Auxiliary Bishop, remain bishops in good standing in the Archdiocese of Los … [Read more...]

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Cardinal Roger Mahony cancels Pennsylvania appearance

Pope Francis appointed Mahony to be his special envoy to the Catholic Diocese of Scranton’s 150th anniversary Mass, but after threat of protests says he’ll be unable to attend

Pope Francis appointed disgraced Cardinal Roger Mahony to be his special envoy to the Catholic Diocese of Scranton’s 150th anniversary Mass. But after uproar, the diocese removed the announcement of Mahony’s visit from their website and told LifeSiteNews the cardinal informed them “late last week” that he’ll be unable to attend. On January 13, the Diocese of Scranton issued a … [Read more...]

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Cardinal Roger Mahony: “Let’s protect young immigrants”

Archbishop emeritus of Los Angeles joins call for churches to protect undocumented "by not cooperating with immigration enforcement... and by providing them sanctuary"

The following is a December 2 Angelus article by Cardinal Roger M. Mahony, Archbishop emeritus of Los Angeles: Talk of deporting the 11 million undocumented immigrants was common on the campaign trail. So too were allusions to rescinding the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA) program, which provides close to 770,000 young people protection from deportation and work … [Read more...]

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