Letters written on my behalf by the ACP Leadership

A couple of months ago the leadership of the ACP wrote a number of letters to Church authorities on my behalf.  They have now published these letters, and the replies they have received, on the ACP website.  This is the link:

http://www.associationofcatholicpriests.ie/2014/12/acp-in-correspondence-with-pope-francis-cardinal-gerhard-ludwig-muller-congregation-for-the-doctrine-of-the-faith-and-archbishop-eamon-martin-to-express-the-concern-of-our-association-for-the-plight/

Getting more impatient with the Irish Media!

I don’t know if it is inevitable that as we get older we get more impatient and intolerant of a lot of what is going on in this country.  A couple of things did get on my nerves today, Tuesday.

I have never been inside the door of Arus Attracta in Swinford.  I have no experience of working in such a place, and the difficulties that might be involved. But I am very uneasy at what RTE Prime Time is doing tonight; for a number of reasons.

My Reflections on the U.S. Church. (Irish Times, dec. 9th)

Marginalised Catholics ‘very hopeful’ about papacy of Francis 

They see him ‘returning to the teaching of the Second Vatican Council’ 

‘They are uplifted by some signs of hope among US bishops –  for instance the Archbishop of Boston Cardinal Seán O’Malley (above), in a recent television interview, stating that the Vatican investigation of the US women religious was a “disaster”.’ Photograph: Franco Origlia/Getty Images‘They are uplifted by some signs of hope among US bishops – for instance the Archbishop of Boston Cardinal Seán O’Malley (above), in a recent television interview, stating that the Vatican investigation of the US women religious was a “disaster”.’ Photograph: Franco Origlia/Getty Images

Fr Tony Flannery.  Tue, Dec 9, 2014, 00:01

I have recently returned from an 18-city speaking tour in the US, organised by the network of Church Reform movements.
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