OTTAWA: Pope's Offer of Ordinariate put 'on hold', says ACCC leader
Almost no Canadian parishes prepared to take plunge, VOL told
By David W. Virtue
May 9, 2011
This was stated preceding the sermon delivered by Bishop Carl Reid.
Can it be that the Hepworth spin has made this necessary? Is it also due to the relatively small amount of interest that has been expressed? It is likely that the combination has led to Rome's decision to put their new constitution "on hold."
One source sent me this via email
"I imagine that within a day or two, some misleading article will appear somewhere written by or on behalf of John Hepworth, wherein some last ditch ray of hope for the fulfillment of his pipe dreams will be presented. You may deduce that I'm not positively impressed by the man (i.e. Archbishop Hepworth). It might be worth the effort to have a look at the websites of the three ACA bishops who repented of their original commitment to rush their people headlong into Rome at Hepworth's behest. News of their retraction was 'hot off the presses' at the time of the last ACCC Synod, which resulted in a lot of ill tempered anti-American invective on the part of Hepworth during the Synod. Said three bishops very likely received the same communication from Rome to which Carl Reid referred yesterday morning."