I find myself in agreement with the Vortex 99.9% of the time. However, it's that 0.1% of the time where I must wonder what got into their drinking water. This appears to be one of those rare moments. Why on earth would Voris even suggest (even in jest) that faithful Catholics take erring bishops, etc to secular civil court for violations of the faith? Yes, he said "secular", not "canonical".
He mentions the conservative Anglicans doing that in relation to keeping their church real estate, but that seems to be more of a matter as to which legal entity holds title to which properties. Even then, they appear to be ascribing to courts the authority to determine what constitutes true Anglicanism. Why, oh why, would any Catholic, with two working brain cells, even dream of throwing away their First Amendment rights in such a foolhardy venture?
Click here if you can't see embedded video.
Questions for Catholics
35 minutes ago