Praying for Corapi

I resigned because the process used by the Church is grossly unjust, and, hence, immoral. I resigned because I had no chance from the beginning of a fair and just hearing. As I have indicated from the beginning of all this, I am not extinguished! If I were to commit to the suggestion of the Society, then I would essentially crawl under a rock and wait to die. However, I can not deny this desire to share aspects of Truth and Hope with all those willing to hear. This is what I shall continue to fight for! Many are not going to appreciate this decision, and I respect that. For those who can accept it, onward!

via My Response Regarding Tuesday’s Press Release From SOLT. « The Black SheepDog.

I’ve liked Corapi (he dropped the Fr. bit) for a while, but this latest stint as me mystified. trying not to make judgments, but it is difficult. So, if you pray, and you care for a human soul, keep in him your prayers.

See Fr. Stephen for more information.

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2 Replies to “Praying for Corapi”

  1. Joel, Corapi is in trouble. Even if the charges leveled against him are not true (and his order has been forced to reveal the charges because Corapi has gone public), Corapi is still in terrible trouble. He needs our prayers, and there are literally tens of thousands of weak souls who have bought into his cult of personality who need our prayers as well. They have set their faith in a man, which is fine as long as that man is Jesus Christ. Unfortunately, they have set their faith in Corapi, and his spiritual downward spiral is taking lots of them along for the ride. Lord have mercy.

    1. Agreed, Kevin. I know what something like this can and will do to those who followed him into Rome, into the Christian vocation. I hope that it doesn’t diminish the light of Christ for them.

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