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We must always follow what the Church teaches, and reject teachings that contradict the authentic teachings of the Church. However I find there to be a grave danger in painting the entire clergy of England as Modernist. There are good and holy priests throughout the world who have remained faithful to the Magisterium.

I would suggest that you seek out those clergy and groups who have remained faithful to the Magisterium, and not removed themselves from communion with the Holy See. There are priests of the FSSP, and who serve the Latin Mass Society in England as well as other very orthodox priests who deserve prayers and support, as well as are sources of authentically Catholic doctrine. Seeking them out, and supporting their efforts will do more to restore what has been neglected or replaced than denouncing the entire episcopacy and branding them all as opposed to Catholic teaching.

I would ask you to join me and pray for the Pope , and for the return of those on both the far left and far right who have made their private opinion the source of their faith, rather than looking to Peter.

[i:2f7pd51g][b:2f7pd51g]V. [/b:2f7pd51g][/i:2f7pd51g]Let us pray for our Pontiff, Pope Benedict.
[i:2f7pd51g][b:2f7pd51g]R. [/b:2f7pd51g][/i:2f7pd51g]The Lord preserve him, and give him life, and make him to be blessed upon the earth, and deliver him not up to the will of his enemies (Roman Breviary).

Our Father. Hail Mary.

(From the Raccolta: A plenary indulgence on the usual conditions, when this prayer has been devoutly said every day for a month (S.C. Ind., Nov. 26, 1876; S. P. Ap., Oct 12, 1931).