Seeks Data on
Michael Rose, author of The Renovation Manipulation
which exposed the deceitful practices used to destroy traditional
Catholic churches in the U.S., is seeking information for a new book that
will examine the Catholic seminary system and its relationship to the
"so-called 'vocations crisis,' or 'priest shortage.'" Rose has identified
eight major obstacles to orthodox candidates that some seminaries and
dioceses use to screen either during the admission process or the seminarian's
formation. Among these are the psychological evaluation, acceptance of
homosexual practices, promotion of heretical ideas and radical feminism,
and lack of attention to traditional devotions, especially the Eucharist.
"I would especially like to hear from recently ordained
priests, seminarians who feel they were unjustly 'booted' out of their
vocations, and those who could no longer endure the seminary environment,"
Rose said in a query letter. He requests written accounts, which will
be held in strict confidence. "I would like my published work to act as
a catalyst for reform of the seminary system," he said.
Rose can be reached at P.O. Box 11260, Cincinnati, OH
45211-0260, (513)661-7009, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.