Lord, my heart is not haughty, nor mine eyes lofty: neither do I exercise myself in great matters, or in things too high for me.
Yes! Yes! Yes! Yes! Yes! Yes! To God be the glory. At long last, a Bishop who will move us foward into our faith. I do not mean to imply that Abp. Brunett was a problem—I have not been Catholic, nor in Seattle, long enough to gain enough experience of Abp. Brunett to intend that. But I do know that we need to be thoroughly and completely rid of the legacy of Hunthausen, of whom I was (unhappily) aware even as an Episcopalian almost 40 years ago.The Archbisop designate appears to be the straightforward and direct type of leader that this diocese so desperately needs. A shepherd of the flock who will speak the truth in love to all of us. I had enough of the opposite as an Episcopalian! I don't want to see it rear its ugly head in Holy Mother Church.Pax et bonum,Keith Töpfer[Aside: You can't tell that I am a fan of the current Holy Father and his emphasis on evangelization and claiming our authentic Catholic identity, can you?]
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