Monday, April 3, 2006

Bishop Fabian Bruskewitz, Hero of Catholicism

Bishop Fabian Bruskewitz of the Diocese of Lincoln (Nebraska) fired back at Patricia O'Donnell Ewers irresponsible comments. Patricia Ewers, who is the Chair of the National Review Board for the Protection of Children and Young People, ordered that a 'strong fraternal correction' is in order in the Diocese of Lincoln because his dioceses declined to participate in last year's diocesan compliance audits. Bishop Fabian Bruskewitz issued a press release telling Chairperson Ewers what he thinks of her 'demands': "Some woman named Patricia O'Donnell Ewers, who is the Chair of something called A National Review Board for the Protection of Children and Young People, has said that her Board calls for strong fraternal correction of the Diocese of Lincoln. The Diocese of Lincoln has nothing to be corrected for, since the Diocese of Lincoln is and has always been in full compliance with all laws of the Catholic Church and with all civil laws. Furthermore, Ewers and her Board have no authority in the Catholic Church and the Diocese of Lincoln does not recognize them as having any significance." Amen! Bishop Bruskewitz's diocese is the most Catholic, in my opinion, of all diocese in these United States. It can be said his is the most orthodox diocese with the highest amount of vocations anywhere in the world. This 'national board' is an appendage of the useless USCCB, which has produced a horrible version of the Bible, has absolutely no standing in the hierarchy of the Catholic Church, which means this 'national board' has no authority over him. The bishop only answers to the Pope. Let us pray for Bishop Bruskewitz Diocese of Lincoln, and all the other orthodox diocese and bishops for their battle against these heretical and liberal offings of the Church. (H/T For the complete press release by Bishop Bruskewitz click here. (it isn't free) For more information on Chairperson Ewers advice for a 'strong fraternal correction', click here. For an example of a truly Catholic diocese click here.


Anonymous said...

As a Catholic in the Diocese of Lincoln, all I can say is good for Bishop Bruskewitz. I am proud to be under the direction of a great man and a wonderful Catholic Leader.

Anonymous said...

I'm very happy for you. As well as envious. My archbishop is very new and I am still getting to know him, but I do hope and wish for that he resembles Bishop Bruskewitz in every way possible.

God bless.

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