Let the lunacy of some “so-called” bishops not distract us from remembering the presence of Christ in the Church and especially the many holy men and women of our time. Today as we celebrate the convening of the Second Vatican Council we remember Pope John the Good. JXXIII had a lifetime of integrity and righteousness that was felt by people of all faiths. He certainly knew about the horrors of the Holocaust and did something about it. He was faithful to his call as a bishop. He is not alone. Today, many, many in the Church continue to be faithful heralds of the Gospel, breathing life into the Church. Let us give thanks to God for such people in our midst.
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