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Friday, April 17, 2015
Seminary Chapel of St. Turibius Destroyed by Blase Cupich
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While this may be a little dated, the full effect of what will come out of Archbishop Cupich in Chicago has not yet been felt.  Here is what this man did previously.

From the Blog of CathCon:

The seminary chapel of St. Turibius at the Pontifical Josephinum in Ohio, before Archbishop Cupich became Rector-President and after......he obliterated Christ the King, yet the Pope made him Archbishop of Chicago. 
Before and After Cupich. Believe it or not...this is the same building....the seminary chapel of St. Turibius at the Pontifical Josephinum in Ohio. The photo on the left is what the chapel used to look like BEFORE Cupich became the president-rector of the seminary. The photo on the right is Cupich's horrible wreckovation that destroyed the same chapel. The beautiful mural was painted over, under Cupich's orders, detailed the steps of becoming an ordained priest. 


3 comments:

del_button April 18, 2015 at 2:39 AM
Anonymous said...

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452 N.26th St Louisville,KY has pre-Vatican 2 Mass Sunday 10am,Sat 8:30am, Mon-Fri 7:30am.Confessions before every mass and 15 decade rosary 8:30am on Sunday.Our priest received holy orders in the pre-Vatican 2 rite from Bishop Slupski.(who has valid pre-Vatican 2 holy orders) Tell your friends/family about us hope to see you all soon.Viva Christo Rey!!

del_button May 21, 2015 at 3:39 PM
eevenye said...

I've yet been able to substantiate the timeline on this. True, the chapel wreckovation is dated 1989. And Cupich's term as President/Rector began that year, presumably in June or July.

How one manages to plan, fundraise, and execute this extent of a change, while having the duties of rector, is a mystery to me. It seems more likely that this was a fait accompli by the time then Father Cupich took over.

del_button May 21, 2015 at 9:52 PM
Boniface said...

Post Vatican II orders are bald also. Duh.

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