This is a frequently asked question.
Here are some suggestions :
- Talk with your parish priest or a priest that you trust about your concerns.
- Write your bishop, archbishop and the Papal Nuncio. This link will take you to some prepared letters.
- Call and cancel your pledge to any special campaign your diocese is organizing until the bishops respond to the call for reform
- Go to planned prayer events in your diocese
- Pray, Pray and Pray
List of Events we know of. Please comment below if you know of any others.
Kalamazoo – Bishop Paul Bradley, Diocese of Kalamazoo, Michigan.
“…Being mindful of Jesus’ teaching that the forces of evil can be overcome only by prayer and fasting, I urge all our ordained clergy, and all people of good will, to join with me in voluntarily offering the next nine Tuesdays (from August 21st, the Feast of Pope St. Pius X, to October 16th, the Feast of St. Margaret Mary Alacoque) to be days of more intense prayer and fasting, as well as to pray an extra Rosary on each of those Tuesdays as a weekly novena, meditating on the Sorrowful Mysteries.”
First Thursday of the Month Mass and Adoration at Transfiguration of Jesus Catholic Church in Wallace NC. Mass is at 9am.
Protest at Cardinal Tobin’s Office
Protest at the Nuncio’s residence, Washington, DC
Huntsville – Mass of Reparation – August 22