From the Call to Action newsletter:
Fr. Marek Bozek of St. Stanislaus Parish attended the ordination of two women in November with the Roman Catholic Womenpriest movement, along with 600 other Catholic laity, clergy and women religious of St. Louis.
Now Archbishop Burke has called Fr. Bozek to a disciplinary hearing for his support of women's ordination. Fr. Bozek is asking you to pray for the Archbishop and him as they meet on Tuesday, February 5th at 9:00 a.m. Your prayer will join those of the crowd of supporters that will gather in the courtyard at the Archdiocesan Office in St. Louis at that time.
Fr. Bozek wrote in a letter to CTA, "Many have asked me why did I attend that ordination ceremony.... I only have one answer: I could not tolerate the abuse of my sisters any longer. I could not remain indifferent to the injustice being done to all those women graced by God with the priestly vocation."
Support this priest of courage with your prayers and stay tuned for further updates.
Grateful for your support,
Call To Action Staff
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The large highlighted paragraph above, if correctly quoted by Call to Action (in itself a major feat), is the nail in the coffin for anyone with the temerity to take Bozek's part in the matter before the Archbishop. He should be ashamed of himself, but like the other dissenter/martyrs, seems not to understand the concept.
Conscience, if repeatedly abused and starved, can be destroyed.