Archbishop Mark Coleridge of the Archdiocese of Brisbane (Austrilia) tweeted a few days ago as a reply to Jesus being "consultant or king", that "not too sure that I want or have him as either". It sure sounds like apostasy to me. I found it rather hard to believe, but unless his twitter account was hacked, the evidence is there to see. I found the exchange on twitter and post it below. Click the tweet to see Coleridge's reply.
"Most people want Jesus as a consultant rather than a King” @timkellernyc— Daniel Ang (@DanielAngRC) October 7, 2018
As you can see from the comments, several people have asked him for clarification and have received no response. I myself just posted an email to the diocesan website and encourage all to do the same. If we just reply to the tweet and his account is indeed hacked, he'll never get the message. If, however, I fail to receive any reply to my inquiry, well, that indeed will be a reply.
During a recent interview, Cardinal Cupich said it's "not our policy" to deny Holy Communion to those in sodomite #mowwidge. In other words, it's his policy to thumb his nose at Canon law and the Tradition of the Church. It's also his policy to persecute faithful priests in his diocese, such as Fathers Paul Kalchik and Frank Phillips. Speaking of faithful priests in the Chicago area, Cupich was asked in that same interview about Bishop Paprocki of the Diocese of Springfield, a suffragan diocese of the Chicago metropolitan. Paprocki made clear that his diocese would obey Canon 915. We can imagine that Cupich is already doing all in his power to make Paprocki's life as miserable as possible.
Please recall that last summer a drug-and-sodomy orgy was busted by police inside the apartments belonging to Cardinal Francesco Coccopalmerio. It turns out that "cocaine-cocco" was present at the orgy. One can only imagine his level of participation in the party "activities". Apparently the police told him to leave before they started arresting people. Why they didn't arrest him too is its own tale of corruption, I suppose. Vatican sources say that Pope Francis knew of "cocco's" presence at that party. Might that be the reason why the police let him off?
Speaking of the pope, Church Militant has learned that the Vatican is attempting to rig its "investigation" of Archbishop McCarrick. Their aim is to ascribe as much responsibility as possible to the now-deceased Pope John Paul II. Neat, huh? Stick it to someone who can no longer defend themselves. But hey! They've rigged synod reports now, haven't they? They've distorted them to make it appear that the bishops unanimously agree that it's time to go soft on perversion, Holy Communion for sodomites and adulterers, etc. After all that, they've no hesitation in putting on a sham investigation to deflect attention from the corruption that still festers inside the Vatican.