Letter to Pope Francis from Lay Catholic Men

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NOTE: This letter reflects the personal initiative of the individual Catholic men signing it. Professional affiliations are listed for identification purposes only. This letter is not sponsored by any group or organization. September 5, 2018 Dear Holy Father and Bishops of the United States: As Catholic laymen, we are faithful husbands, fathers, business leaders, lawyers, tradesmen, medical doctors, professors, teachers, artists, and leaders of Catholic lay apostolates. But most fundamentally, we are men in love with Christ and His Church, and it is for this reason that we beseech you to purge the corruption which has so grotesquely disfigured the face of Christ’s Bride. The present scandals have placed our wives, sisters, brothers, and children in danger. Therefore, echoing the words St. Catherine of Siena addressed to Pope Gregory XI, we beseech you to “sleep no longer, and raise the standard [of Christ] courageously.” The Church needs purification, and by …

Letter Templates to write to your Bishop, Archbishop and Papal Nuncio

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Have you invited your fellow faithful Catholics to join our group? Find us on Facebook @ Calling our Catholic Bishops to Account, Repent and Reform or on facebook @ Have you written your bishop, your arch Bishop, the papal nuncio? It matters. The below website has wonderful templates that will take just a couple minutes for you to fill out and mail to your bishop, Archbishop, and papal nuncio. https://www.thesienaproject.org/

Letter to Pope Francis from Catholic Women

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From Catholic Women’s Forum NOTE: This letter reflects the personal initiative of the individual Catholic women signing this letter, and is not sponsored by any group or organization.   August 30, 2018 His Holiness, Pope Francis Vatican City Your Holiness: You have said that you seek “a more incisive female presence in the Church,” and that “women are capable of seeing things with a different angle from [men], with a different eye. Women are able to pose questions that we men are not able to understand.” We write to you, Holy Father, to pose questions that need answers. We are Catholic women deeply committed to our faith and profoundly grateful for Church teachings, the Sacraments, and the many good bishops and priests who have blessed our lives. Our hearts are broken, our faith tested, by the escalating crisis engulfing our beloved Church. We are angry, betrayed and disillusioned. The pain and suffering of the victims …