Tuesday, August 16, 2011

The Latest on Father Corapi - The Black Sheep Dog


Father Corapi, and I can't help still calling him that - for "once a priest, always a priest..." still lingers in my head, appears to be "moving on" from messages all about himself.  I consider that a good thing!  He seemed, in my humble opinion, to be too caught up in himself.  Now, I understand that he believes he was wronged and wanted to defend himself - but the problem was (and somewhat remains) that as a priest making such a public stance and contrary to his superiors... well, it was (and remains) scandalous.  

Anyway, I am a bit cautiously optimistic in his latest endeavor.... he's producing a series on abortion - which I'm certain any faithful Catholic will applaud.  I'm not so sure about the price tag, but now that he's "The Black Sheep Dog" and on his own, one can't blame him for trying to support himself.  Below is a video from RealCatholicTV talking about the Fr. Corapi situation:



Another video from October 2011 - not much more info... (added 3/18/2012)




3 comments:

  1. I sent today this e-mail to the e-mailaddress of customerservice@blacksheepdog.us
    Hopefully Father Corapi comes to read it... and does something.

    Reverend Father Corapi,

    After all storms of the past months, it's very quiet on your website. No news anymore, no blogs, no comments.
    Probable you're "fed up" with it. Nevertheless life continues, and I can't imagine you have a quiet conscience filling your days with dogs, motorbikes.
    You poor soul. You look for happiness in these things that mean nothing to heaven : in jeans and leather on a bike. The devil laughs. This can't make you "happy".
    Our Lord in the garden of Olives weeps. He looks at your soul and he cries. Come back to the Good Shepherd.
    Of course, you can't go back to S.O.L.T. But you must know good priests and bishops to lead you to a good bishop somewhere, in or outside of the US.
    There you can be a priest as you have to be.
    Be of good will and do what you must do as a priest. You've given your life to Christ, you don't have it in your hands anymore. Whatever the devil inspires.
    It's never too late. But one day it may be too late, to get back. Don't let this happen.
    I know a priest who wanted to live as a lay man 50 years ago. After 20 years in the world he had become a successful businessman and he had not married.
    Suddenly he could not sleep anymore and got in great anxiety. He went to a good bishop, confessed, gave his money to the poor and became a priest again, in another country.
    Then he lived some years in great poverty but he was not in pain anymore. He died in peace with God.
    The sould are hungry, please feed them, don't let them down.

    A little soul praying for you to Our Lady, Hope of the hopeless.

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  2. I sent this to his emailadress:

    Reverend Father Corapi,

    After all storms of the past months, it's very quiet on your website. No news anymore, no blogs, no comments.
    Probable you're "fed up" with it. Nevertheless life continues, and I can't imagine you have a quiet conscience filling your days with dogs, motorbikes.
    You poor soul. You look for happiness in these things that mean nothing to heaven : in jeans and leather on a bike. The devil laughs. This can't make you "happy".
    Our Lord in the garden of Olives weeps. He looks at your soul and he cries. Come back to the Good Shepherd.
    Of course, you can't go back to S.O.L.T. But you must know good priests and bishops to lead you to a good bishop somewhere, in or outside of the US.
    There you can be a priest as you have to be.
    Be of good will and do what you must do as a priest. You've given your life to Christ, you don't have it in your hands anymore. Whatever the devil inspires.
    It's never too late. But one day it may be too late, to get back. Don't let this happen.
    I know a priest who wanted to live as a lay man 50 years ago. After 20 years in the world he had become a successful businessman and he had not married.
    Suddenly he could not sleep anymore and got in great anxiety. He went to a good bishop, confessed, gave his money to the poor and became a priest again, in another country.
    Then he lived some years in great poverty but he was not in pain anymore. He died in peace with God.
    The sould are hungry, please feed them, don't let them down.

    A little soul praying for you to Our Lady, Hope of the hopeless.

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  3. Father Corapi, Thinking of You. God Bless.

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