Hey ReginaM. Remember ole Cardinal Bernard Law from Boston?<quoted text>
Hmm, not a "name" to be found in the entire post. Why do you lie?
Not my "opinion", not anyone's "opinion". The Church banned bibles that were faulty translations. See Verbum Spes et Dei Est. Bible reading was and is indulgenced. Since she discerned the canon of scripture, what was and was not inspired, she and only she is in a position to determine if a translation is correct and thereby APPROVE (yes, APPROVE) it. Ties in with being One, True and all that.
(Gotta watch those tricky links you depend upon so much...they're usually either incorrect, incomplete or taken out of context. That's what you get for relying solely on the internet for your information. Never a good idea.)
The cardinal behind the coverup conspiracies that cost the diocese over HALF A BILLION dollars and left the archdiocese in shambles with hundreds of victims and their families.
Well your Bernard Law was summoned to Rome by the Pope who gave him a wink wink!, and the next thing you know former Cardinal Law is in charge of an important Basilica with maids, and a cozy residence in Rome not to forget his $10,000 a month salary.
Not to shabby if you can get work like that, for causing the biggest american catholic scandal in history, ruining lives and costing everyone who stuffed dollars into the collection baskets.
Do you have a maid? Do you make $10,000 a month? Lucky you too!