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  1. Bill Purcell
    5 years ago

    wide is the path to destruction,and many enter it.

  2. Frank
    5 years ago

    Father Jenkins continues to scandalize the Church and a once Catholic institution. His superior, Father Cleary, is his enabler and apologist. Each report on these individuals further justifies that they and the order of which they are a part are corrupted. Fathers Cleary and Jenkins need to be suspended immediately. Their order, the Congregation of the Holy Cross, should also be suspended, and reorganized or disbanded. This order lack self-accountability and, apparently, is not accountable to any level within the Catholic Church hierarchy; this is hard to believe. Which bishop's authority do these individuals and their order fall within? When will the Vatican exert their ultimate authority? Which bishop will finally recognize his accountability and dismiss these hypocrites? What other areas of faith and morals has this order and these individuals secularized and perverted? Certainly their founder, Venerable Basil Moreau, never envisioned this type of behavior on the part of his congregation. The actions of Fathers Jenkins and Cleary, and those members of the order who cooperate in their actions scandalize his memory and legacy.

  3. mike
    5 years ago

    What is new? The surprise would be if he did otherwise.

  4. Samuel Hopper
    5 years ago

    Doesn't Father Jenkins answer to anybody here on earth? Someone has the power to dismiss him as president of the University of Notre Dame. The Obama commencement issue is merely one example of his shortcomings as a Catholic. One can only wonder how long the list of anti-catholic positions Father Jenkins has. Someone has the power to remove him as the University president, right? Or is the tail wagging the dog?

    5 years ago

    I agree. Notre Dame needs to clean house and go back to Catholic values

  6. Gloria Ramirez
    5 years ago

    Ha! The "wolf" in charge of the henhouse!-- in our case the sheep!

  7. Eileen
    5 years ago

    He needs to be removed from his position!

  8. John
    5 years ago

    The local Bishop could have ordered the so called ministerial priest Jenkins out of his diocese over a month ago. All of his followers and Catholics that think like he does are automatically not in communion with the church according to Fr. Corapi.

    I think the Bishops are long over due in massive excummunications of many Catholics clerics,including some Bishops and even Cardinals have no place in the present Catholic church. They are un-holy and are taking many souls with them to possible eternal damnation.

  9. Mike S
    5 years ago

    There you go again! Fr. Jenkins on the board of directors of "pro-abortion" organization. Who knows the extent of his involvement in the pro-abortion "practical education" of "who knows what".

    Truth be said, Fr. Jenkins represents the majority of most Catholic university and college presidents. I hope this uproar and the protest at ND will make practicing Catholic more awake and look at what is happening in the so called catholic univeristies around them.

    Fr. Jenkins, on the pro-condom, pro-abortion board member? Does that really surprise anyone? Unless you haven't studied at any Catholic university recently.

  10. Kathleen
    5 years ago

    Well this explains everything!

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