Saturday, November 20, 2010

Jesuit On Excommuncation

Archbishop Donald Wuerl's appointment as a cardinal was not a surprise, said Thomas J. Reese, a Jesuit priest and senior fellow at Woodstock Theological Center at Georgetown University and author of "Archbishop: Inside the Power Structure of the American Catholic Church."  
"He has been very well liked in the Vatican," Reese said. "He is very smart and takes the teaching role of the bishops seriously. He is no liberal, 
but he does not like confrontation, and has no interest in things like denying communion to pro-choice politicians or threatening people with excommunication."
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TonyD said...

This appointment by the Pope seems to be repayment for a long held debt. In 1985 the Vatican tried to secretly send then Bishop Wuerl to “supplant” Archbishop Hunthausen of Seattle. Eventually, the US bishops banded together to stop the Vatican interference and this left Wuerl without the power he had been promised.

Anonymous said...

How can he be a shepherd and unable to handle confrontation? Feel sorry for his flock. How do these guys get elevated?