Dec 16, 2005

S.F. Chronicle on new Archbishop

The San Francisco Chronicle for Friday, December 16, has three long articles about the new Archbishop-designate for San Francisco, Bishop George Niederauer of Salt Lake City and formerly of St. John's Seminary in Camarillo.


Blogger OrthodoxWarrior said...

I don't know anything about this guy, except somone told me he has connections to Mahoney, but he's not a heritic. Anyone know about him?

9:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Quintero-

What's your take on the new AB of SF?

I'm looking forward to seeing the improvements to the blog, although I must admit I like it the way it is.

I appreciate your unique perspective on L.A. and on the Church at large.

Thanks for doing this blog. It must be a lot of work, but please know it is really appreciated.

11:06 PM  
Blogger Hilary Jane Margaret White said...

In the course of my travels, I had occasion once to speak to a woman in the Salt Lake City diocese Catholic Charities office that the diocese has a strict policy requiring staff to refrain from discouraging pregnant teenage girls to procure abortions. Not that they would refer or recommend one, but once the girl has expressed her desire to solve her "problem" in the modern way, all discussion must come to a halt.

That's Niederauer's idea of being pro-life.

I tried and tried to find a way of publicizing the information, but was unable to find a way to do so that would not end in my informant's outing and probable firing.

What a great bunch of prelates that St. John's seminary has turned out!

10:44 AM  
Blogger John Hearn said...

Dear Quintero,

I didn't notice that you were reviewing our comments before trying to post a little comment and test comments several times yesterday. Was my comment not ok? What criteria are you using? I'm sorry that you had to resort to this option as it is less fun for us commenter and more work for you.

Merry Christmas,

John Hearn, Carson

PS I would have emailed this note to you, but I couldn't find your email address on your blog.

9:19 AM  

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