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Do ordinary laypeople know what they are supposed to be doing? Dr Joseph Shaw tells where he thinks Pope Francis is going wrong.
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Anto 10 Mar 17
Replying to @BBCNewsnight
oh yes...listen to an unordained layman not a consecrated bishop who teaches the faith. What stupidity to have him commenting
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Richard Rose #FBPE 10 Mar 17
Replying to @BBCNewsnight
Some amazing guests tonight, such a shame Maitless was the presenter. She was awful
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Joseph Shaw 10 Mar 17
I doubt a bishop would have agreed to appear.
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Anto 10 Mar 17
defending the pope or supporting him ought be a priority for any apostolic successor I believe. Not hide away.
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Tony Jones 10 Mar 17
Replying to @BBCNewsnight
Im sure his invisible friend in the sky would prefer married priests not frustrated weirdos who touch kids.
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Edmund Adamus 10 Mar 17
well done Joe. Pity she kept interrupting you though
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James Anderson 🏛 10 Mar 17
spot on. Well done.
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Atavique 10 Mar 17
Thank you.
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Currant Affairs 10 Mar 17
Good job. I thought Emily was courteous enough but obviously on a schedule.
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Latin Mass Society Wrexham 11 Mar 17
Replying to @MagnusOpus33
In the context of church teaching it cannot be all things to all people. This pontificate attempts that. Dangerous to souls.
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Latin Mass Society Wrexham 11 Mar 17
Defending the Gospel and tradition is the duty of apostolic successors not defence of those who erode same.
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Tony McCormack 11 Mar 17
Replying to @BBCNewsnight
quite simply, 'traditionalist' Catholics don't like Pope Francis. So, his access to Holy Spirit unavailable or even banned?
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juventutemDC 11 Mar 17
Talk about clericalism run amok.
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John Griffiths 12 Mar 17
Replying to @BBCNewsnight
Dr Shaw is not an 'ordinary lay person' but chairman of an ultra-orthodox clique. Most Catholics support and admire the Pope.
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Anto 12 Mar 17
Replying to @LMSWrexham
you yourself are on very dangerous ground with your comments on the elected Petrine successor. With Peter or against?
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Anto 12 Mar 17
you really do need to check your comments esp if not a consecrated bishop in line of apostolic succession.
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Anto 12 Mar 17
self serving dogmatists are the dangerous ones now within the Church especially questioning the Vicar of Christ
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