The real problem with Voice of the Faithful

The real problem with Voice of the Faithful

In its continuing attempts to make Voice of the Faithful appear mainstream and acceptable, the Boston Globe misrepresents why people have a problem with the group:

    Several bishops around the country have barred the group from meeting on church property, expressing concern about the group’s expressed desire to shape change, and about the appropriateness of a lay organization debating the future of the church without a bishop present.

No, bishops don’t expect to be present at every gathering of Catholics speaking about the future of the Church. The reason VOTF has been banned from certain places is because of their professed acceptance of heretical teachings within their ranks and continuing problems with their agenda as shown by materials on their web site and public statements by leaders at public meetings.

Written by
Domenico Bettinelli