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In March this year, Poland’s bishops made their final adjustments to a decree, called “The Way of Formation of Priests in Poland,” setting out new rules for priestly formation.
Archbishop Listecki's memo does not identify which seminaries or houses of formation have enrolled a biological female who presented herself as a male, nor was it clarified if these “instances” occurred in the United States or elsewhere.
The weatherman says his friends and family are “through-the-roof excited” — but “not surprised one bit” — at his decision.
Experts hope the recent headlines will be a wake-up call for compromised clergy, and they are calling on bishops to take this problem seriously and intervene when necessary.
During the meeting in the Clementine Hall of the Apostolic Palace, the pope encouraged the Mexican clergy to keep their gaze fixed on “Christ, the Suffering Servant.”
Once-reluctant John Cuppett is now at home in seminary.
Father McNerney said he was struck by how important it was for patients on coronavirus wards to be able to hold a rosary or small cross throughout their ordeal.
Several seminarians who spoke with the Register said they grew in their love for the priesthood, thanks to the support and example they received within their seminaries.
While the McCarrick scandal indicates the need for further progress, many significant improvements to improve priestly formation have been instituted in recent years.