Tuesday, 2 July 2019
Fr. Thomas J. Rosica, CSB officially shuts down his Twitter
At long last, Fr. Thomas J. Rosica, CSB has shut down his Twitter account.
It was done quietly, with no fanfare.
In other words, Tom did the right thing in doing what he has done, and in how he has done it.
Since his plagiarism scandal broke into the Catholic mainstream this past February - Tom's incessant plagiarism was reported by Vox Cantoris first in 2014 - Tom has shown little active repentance for his actions.
Up until now, his Twitter account remained active, tweeting out the stories approved by the Catholic Establishment Media, even when he was supposedly on sabbatical from Salt and Light Media Foundation.
This is a promising development on Tom's part.
Now that he is no longer concerned with organizing media-related events, hosting his Witness show, or whatever else he did as the Catholic media darling of the Canadian Catholic Bishops, Tom has time to be a simple parish priest.
This is what all priests should strive to be: simple, ministers to their flock and unfettered with worldly affairs such as being CEOs of media entities or Twitter.
One hopes that this drastic reduction of his priestly ministry to its bare bones - brought about as it was by his own arrogant, prideful, sociopathic hand - will lead to his eternal salvation.
There is still a chance for Tom. Pray that he may find the avenue to his own salvation, and be open to God's grace as he does so.