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Monday, 19 July 2021

Traditionis Custodes: A rejection of Sts. Peter and Paul's teaching on the sacred duties of a Bishop


A bishop, after all, since he is the steward of God’s house, must needs be beyond reproach. He must not be an obstinate or quarrelsome man, one who drinks deep, or comes to blows, or is grasping over money. He must be hospitable, kindly, discreet, upright, unworldly and continent. He must hold firmly to the truths which have tradition for their warrant; able, therefore, to encourage sound doctrine, and to shew the wayward their error. Titus 1:7-11

Be shepherds to the flock God has given you. Carry out your charge as God would have it done, cordially; and not under constraint; not in shameful profit either, but generously. sordid gain. Be examples to the flock,  not tyrannizing,  but each in his own sphere, setting an example, as best you may, to the flock. So, when the Prince of shepherds makes himself known, your prize will be that crown of glory which cannot fade.  1 Peter 5:2-4

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