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A New Pastor for Joan of Arc

The "parish" of Joan of Arc located here in the Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis has been an item of frequent discussion here at The Seventh Age.

Seventh Age reader Clayton Emmer has an interesting update on their search for a new pastor over at The Weight of Glory.

Comments (2)

mjniemann:

4500 families? Is that right? How big does a heterodox parish have to get before it qualifies as a formal heresy?

As I have mentioned before, the bishop carries a staff for the sole purpose of striking numbskull sheep upside the head. What is our bishop doing to protect these poor souls subjected to this heresy?

Is it true that Art Bowman is the current "pastoral administrator" of the place?

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