Some of Church of the Good Shepherd, Rosemont, heads into the Ordinariate

Comprised of people who were part of the Church of the Good Shepherd, Rosemont, the Fellowship of Blessed John Henry Newman, under the leadership of Bishop David Moyer, is an Ordinariate-bound community of Anglicans, and they will celebrate their inaugural Mass this Sunday, September 4th, at 10 a.m.

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3 comments on “Some of Church of the Good Shepherd, Rosemont, heads into the Ordinariate

  1. hunter27 says:

    David Moyer and those who still believe in him are gone.

    At long last, fresh air and light will drive away the fear, oppression, secrecy, and darkness that has permeated the Church of the Good Shepherd for far too long.

    The world will never know how many fine and decent people have been so terribly hurt, foremost of whom is John Lewis, Moyer’s faithful attorney who skillfully, against all odds, kept Moyer in his position as Rector of Good Shepherd for over seven years after Moyer had been deposed. Moyer then unexpectedly turned on Lewis and filed an outrageous lawsuit for malpractice which finally was dismissed. Through it all, Lewis has remained a man of extraordinary integrity and honor.

    For many parishioners, Moyer’s reign in recent years has been a nightmare beyond comprehension. Once believing Moyer to be a hero, the gratitude they now feel towards Judge Ott for removing Moyer is immeasurable.

    Please pray for these good and decent people as they begin the process of healing and renewal, striving for a new and healthy life in Christ and with one another.

  2. SojournerTruth says:

    Oh hunter27, me thinks you continue to distort the truth. I hope that you all will be very happy now that the core of GS is free at last. Oh, and that wonderful, wonderful, poor, Mr. Lewis, well, bless his heart and you too.!

  3. hunter27 says:

    Dear SojournerTruth,
    Unfortunately, am afraid you have lost your compass.
    The truth will out.
    Concerning those in the religious industry who act inappropriately, suspect Lincoln’s astute warning should be considered, “You can fool all the people some of the time and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time.”
    For you, Sojourner, I sincerely hope you find truthful bearings. Please step back and reevaluate objectively what has been going on – not what you wish or would like to think has been going on….. a very difficult task, indeed, if you are who you very well could be.