Monday, December 17, 2007

KCBS Interview: Most Holy Redeemer and Archbishop Niederauer

KCBS radio has quite a nice story on the ongoing scandal that is Most Holy Redeemer Church in San Francisco. Of course, the issue gained international prominence when Archbishop George Niederauer mistakenly gave communion to the two Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence back on October 7. From the story:

"The controversy has pulled back the curtain on a deep division within the Roman Catholic Church that leads from the Bay Area all the way to Rome . . . Listen to KCBS reporter Doug Sovern's documentary on KCBS 740AM at 9:30am, 4:30pm, and 9:30pm on December 17th and 18th."

All times are PST. Part one of the on-air broadcast can be played from the page linked to above; part two airs tomorrow. One very good result of the publicity mentioned in the story is the cancelleation of the Golden Gate Guards Anniversary Parties which had been held annualy at MHR. To see what went on at these events, in the hall of a Catholic Church, visit Quamdiu Domine.

Congratulations to Quamdiu Domine and the St. Joseph's Men's group for doing so much to expose this scandal.

We've commented extensively on MHR. Some previous posts are here, here, here, here, and here.

Posted by Gibbons J. Cooney

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