February 26, 2021

A Remnant

Selwyn Duke

Many in recent times have lamented the state of American Christianity, pointing out that nowadays a great many churches prioritize wokeness over holiness. But there’s no such issue in St. Henry’s Parish in Buckeye, Arizona — at least not when Father William Kosko is giving the sermon.

Arizona Priest Torches Biden Voters - and the Catholic Bishops

Tim adds:

It's good to see there are a few strong Priests left. So few remain. I know a black priest who I went to high school with. Now, normally he would have gone on to be a bishop in this current era BUT he's pretty old school and so he's been exiled to minor parishes despite being very smart and dedicated; the Archdiocese doesn't want a man of strong faith in a position of authority, it seems. It's little wonder the Church is shrinking away. I'm glad we still have a few men like Father Kosko.

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