VOTF Leader Appointed to Key Role by ArchBishop of Boston


#1

The Archbishop of Boston (my diocese) has appointed a VOTF leader (*David Castaldi) *to a key role in the Archdiocese.

boston.com/news/local/massachusetts/articles/2004/11/24/archdiocese_names_lay_reformer_to_church_closing_panel/

Note that at the recent VOTF conference David Castaldi is one of the presenters of the “Structural Change” talk.

votf.org/Nov04_Conference/program.html


#2

Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners now…


#3

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#4

Some people have rebelled against the Church closings here in the Boston archdiocese. Perhaps the archbishop is cleverly quashing the rebellion by appointing a VOTF member in a leadership role for the management of the sale of closed-church property.

Bill Dittrich, another VOTF leader is a also a leader at the Archdiocesan Institute for Ministry:

rcab.org/AIM/HomePage.html


#5

My heat just aches so much for the Archdiocese of Boston and for AB Sean…:crying: I find myself in tears so often over all that has been done and all that needs to be done…Please God let this appointment have been a wise one… VOTF is an awful group with I fear, a terrible agenda for the Catholic Church!
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#6

Bill Dittrich also is a signer of this:

quixote.org/cso/downloads/social_justice_roll_call.pdf

[size=2]Note in this document singed by Mr. Dittrich:[/size]

Support full civil rights for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender persons.

[size=2]Expand it and fully fund promised HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment programs. ***Make effective contraceptives, including emergency contraception, easily available to poor people.***[/size]

Mr. Dittrich is a leader of the Boston Archdiocese Institute for Ministry.


#7

Excellent decision by Archbishop Sean to appoint David Castaldi to this post. |I am sure he will do well.


#8

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