A nice piece in the Mayo News

Time to reinstate Fr Tony Flannery

COLUMNS 12 JANUARY 2023

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DE FACTO

JUSTICE NEEDED Fr Flannery was removed from public ministry eleven years ago because of his writings on women’s ordination, the Eucharist and teachings on sexuality.

De Facto
Liamy MacNall

It is time to reinstate Redemptorist Tony Flannery as a priest in good standing.
Fr Flannery was removed from public ministry eleven years ago by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF), as were others over the years, because of his writings on women’s ordination, the Eucharist and teachings on sexuality.

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