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Friday, February 20, 2015

David rocks media Goliath.

Might one be right to think that Fr. Rosica, like Goliath, is in for one heck of a headache?

Fr. Rosica has committed the sin of thinking he is above criticism. Perhaps Fr. Rosica gave up humility for Lent? Rather than confront criticism with Christian humility, Fr. Rosica has decided to use hired guns in an attempt to intimidate and bully a faithful Catholic blogger into silence for having blogged facts, i.e., Fr. Rosica in is own words.

Visit Big Blue Wave for more on this developing story.
http://www.bigbluewave.ca/2015/02/blog-round-up-of-reactionnews-to-fr.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+bigbluewave%2FMiiq+%28BIG+BLUE+WAVE%29

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