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Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Moving through more of the handicaps.

Let's continue with some observations about the handicapped priests...

Timothy Kitzke is the pastor of Three Holy Women parish on the east side. Seems to be well liked by Archbishop Dolan. Was just given responsibility for another parish and a newly ordained associate. Teaches at the seminary...not a real plus there. I am not sure if a designation as "one of Milwaukee's coolest priests" by a somewhat liberal website actually works in his favor. Will he be in accord with Vatican teaching about seminary admissions?

Daniel Sanders is unknown to me. I would wonder if it is here that the writer tips his hand? How can a "dark horse" come in sixth on a list of over forty names? Could he be a Weaklandista candidate? A Sklba clone? Lord help us if that is so.

Robert Stiefvater is Dolan"s Vicar for Hispanics. Somewhat harsh critique by our handicapper. Adequate spanish? In the negative column, a member of the Alliance. A plus - former Director of Vocations. Seems to be a high possibility.

Kurt Frederick or, as his mother had him baptized, Curt Frederick, head of the clergy office for Dolan. An Alliance member. As far as giving advice goes, either he gives bad advice, or he may have a tendency to offer too little, too late. Can he be trusted? Don't know much else.

Some obvious trends of our handicapper to this point: Have no track record, get positive treatment; Work for Dolan, get harsh treatment; Squishy on Church doctrine, get hyped; Orthodox, get slammed.

So much for a Milwaukee priest's insights about what is good for the Church.

Further comments and observations welcome.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Curt Frederick is a fine man, an excellent priest, and is Archbishop Dolan's right hand man. He's been mentioned numerous times in the past, and from what I know of him, would be a superb auxiliary.

Tuesday, June 13, 2006 7:27:00 PM  
Blogger Dad29 said...

One of my offspring attended Mass at Three Holy Women--just once.

Couldn't stand it; didn't resemble ANY form of the Roman Rite with which he was familiar.

Fr Sanders is a trusted friend and confidant of RGWeakland.

Wednesday, June 14, 2006 11:16:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Curt Frederick is a trusted friend and close associate of RGWeakland....not to be trusted

Thursday, July 13, 2006 6:02:00 PM  

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