IT’S NOT THE GOD YOU KNOW BUT THEPEOPLE YOU KNOW THAT COUNTS

I was ordained nearly eighteen years ago. In all that time I have broken no canon laws and I have not been subject to any disciplinary proceedings. I have not even broken those laws that morally perhaps I should break. All I want is permission to officiate. I cannot understand how the church authorities can get away with punishing me without there being a crime or any due process. I am in pain. My wife is in pain. My marriage is in pain because of all the pain. To stop this pain I need one man to sign a piece of paper giving me permission to officiate. After that I can begin, with the help of women, to return to my vocation in life. I simply do not understand why this cannot happen in a blink of an eye and the frustrating ridiculousness of it all is driving me mad.

This is just theatre. They are going to open the door for him whatever
because his face fits. All his life doors have been opened for him.
I asked him to open a door for me and he said he "no".


Comments

IT’S NOT THE GOD YOU KNOW BUT THEPEOPLE YOU KNOW THAT COUNTS — 5 Comments

  1. When +Justin met you, what did he say to you was the route towards getting a PTO? Why were you not able to do what he asked of you?