Bill In The News (KPRC Radio, Houston):
Starting Sunday through October 26, Pope Francis and a handful of some of the most liberal U.S. bishops, are meeting in Rome about needs of the Amazon, like when Catholics need to be buried, married, baptized or even go to confession and receive communion.
The Catholic League President Bill Donohue said this might happen in small areas like the Amazon, where there is no other option.
“I can see them saying, ‘Well, in these remote areas of the world, if there are people who are regarded as almost sanctified by their own people, we should use them as a kind of a substitute for the priest’. I don’t see how they can just call them ordained priests because they don’t have any training. They know nothing about the sacraments,” said Donohue. READ MORE HERE