Wednesday, August 30, 2017


Concerns have been raised in numerous places about the movement’s liturgical practices, and it has been accused of dividing parish and diocesan communities. 
Over the years, they’ve been banned for periods of time in various places, including Japan, the Philippines, Nepal, as well as a number of individual dioceses in both Europe and North America.

NOTE: The actual offense was much worse than "insubordination." The actual offense was "abuse of office." And notice, even CRUX (which is the publication of John Allen, one of the foremost Catholic Church correspondents), calls them "Neocatechumenal Way priests." 

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