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Monday, November 28, 2005

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Ed Peters

The excerpts I've seen suggest rather unimaginative run-of-the-mill mediocre scriblings. I guess one has to be French to understand what all the shouting is about.

Phoebe

But what a pity that he didn't transform his "dissatisfaction" into repentance! Just a step away from turning sin into virtue, and he missed the step. How sad, how sad.

Tom Harmon

Newsflash! Dissident Catholic priest flouts Catholic teaching, is lionized as "brave" by secular luminaries.

How boring.

Brian John Schuettler

Every time I read or hear the word luminary used I think of the original luminary, Lucifer. Pray for Abbe Pierre. Pray, don't mourn, he is not dead yet.

Mik

I'm with Phoebe, this is just bone sad.At 93, I'd be looking into a life of deep prayer and working on reconcilliation. Sounds as if he could use a retreat to Ars.

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