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"Goodbye, Good Men
provides additional evidence that the problems behind the headlines run deep and wide.
Recognizing that and acting on that recognition will, please God, lead to a Church renewed
in fidelity to what she teaches."
"Few books in the
past thirty years have shed more light on the continuing crisis in the Catholic Church. In
particular, anyone who wishes to understand the pedophilia scandals, and how they could
have occured, must read this book."
everywhere are reeling from appalling revelations about priestly pedophilia, and asking
themselves, 'How could this possibly have happened?' Readers of Goodbye, Good
Men, staggered by Rose's revelations about seminary life, will answer, 'Now
I see. Here's how.' This book is not to be missed by anyone who cares about the Catholic
"Michael Rose has
done it again. Having just dismantled the assumptions of recent church architecture, he
now examines the shifting sands on which these complex edifices have risen. Goodbye,
Good Men investigates the training of priests over the past decades and
shows how a shortage has been artificially created by keeping good candidates out and
admitting effete and unorthodox ones. The scandals of homosexual priests and bishops now
testing the faith and loyalty of American Catholics have their origin in the situation
Rose describes in this book. I would recommend it to all bishops, but any bishop unaware
of what Rose has written is guilty of culpable ignorance."
|"What the mainstream media don't want you to know . . ."
"Michael S. Rose
has put his finger on the dark secret behind the vocations crisis. It is 'artificial and
contrived,' and created by people within the walls who, actually discourage viable
candidates from being ordained to the priesthood."
have been left reeling by recent clergy sex scandals, and have wondered how things could
have gotten so bad. Goodbye! Good Men has the shocking answers. Rose presents evidence
that the destruction of Catholicism in America has primarily been an inside job carried
out by unchaste gay priests, feminist nuns and theological dissenters in control of the
institutional Church - and he names names. Goodbye, Good Men
could not have come at a better time for the American Church which is in desperate need of
authentic reform. At last, someone has written the blockbuster book orthodox Catholics
have been hoping and praying for."
"This book holds
the key to a phenomenon which, to many, is also an enigma: Why are so many seminaries
empty? Michael S. Rose has the courage -- a courage that many Church leaders lack -- of
giving us the fearful but uncontestable answer: because vice has penetrated into many of
them, and those who do not condone vice are excluded. True vocations are
or non-Catholic, who wants to understand the causes of the current scandals in the church
couldn't find a better explanation than that contained within the pages of Goodbye,
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