Dear Arch/Bishop XYZIn the last several days Abp. Vigano has issued two statements: the letter sent to the President, and another letter which puts into very serious question the 'ecumenical' position of the Second Vatican Council. Further, that the "hermeneutic of continuity" simply breaks down when attempting to reconcile prior Church dogma with the Council's statement. Along the way, +Vigano also expresses serious reservations about the Ordinary Form of the Mass.Both of these letters are important, to say the least.The statement concerning ecumenism and the Mass is probably of more immediate interest to Catholics. Will the Arch/Diocese be sponsoring a discussion of this document in the near future so that Catholics know with certainty the dogmatic teaching of the Church on these matters?
Will that be followed--before the election--with a discussion of his letter to President Trump? Catholics expect an exposition of the Catholic position on the matters raised by +Vigano, of course, and I'm certain that any discussion will conform precisely to Catholic teaching, right?
We look forward to your timely response!!Sincerely,
A Concerned Catholic