It seems we’ll never know what happened at St. John Cantius, Chicago

There are mysteries and there are deep mysteries. What kind do you think this is?

Something happened. What happened? The Congregation of the Ressurrection and the Archdiocese of Chicago have an obligation to make public those parts of their conclusions that can be made public (that is, with names or other information that could identify specific persons blacked out).

Otherwise, the removal of Fr. Phillips will be seen as a persecution motivated not by his “improper conduct” (what was it?), but actually by his good work at St. John Cantius.

The people have a rightful expectation to know what actually happened.

Rightful expectation or not, when has this happened when “causa finita est” is incorrectly applied in incorrect agencies?

via RORATE CÆLI

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