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Pope Francis Hits Home Run: Chooses Dynamically Orthodox Bishops for Iowa and North Dakota Comments

In appointing his first US Bishops to care for the faithful in Fargo, North Dakota and Dubuque, Iowa, Pope Francis upset some who confuse his simple manner with a lack of doctrinal orthodoxy.Both of these gifted servants of the Lord are doctrinally orthodox, holy, happy and faithful to the Magisterium of the Catholic Church. Pope Francis, in his first time up at bat, sent a signal which bodes well for the years in which he will serve ... Continue Reading

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  1. Kent
    1 year ago

    Pope Francis is the Pope that I prayed for, he is what the Church needs and wants, the Catholic Church will only be stronger by his words, actions and deeds. God Bless Pope Francis!!

  2. michael
    1 year ago

    Outstanding!!!! Deacon Keith...this news made my day. I think we must also thank good Cardinal Ouellet and good Cardinal Burke who have done a wonderful job in helping to fill sees in the past year. And should we not also thank the former bishop of Lincoln? Many of the priests he ordained, who have been appointed for jobs at the Vatican and the diplomatic corps, will now start filling the ranks of American Prelates. It comes just in time, for a combat is brewing.

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