The longtime head of St. Sabina’s parish in Chicago was suspended by his boss, Cardinal George, for his comments on Smiley & West three weeks ago.
Smiley: He is as authentic as they come. A truth-teller, committed to bearing witness.
West: He's a white brother who loves Black people more than many Black people love themselves.
|Listen to our interview with Father Pfleger|
|Read the Cardinal’s letter to Father Pfleger|
One Iam said:Sister lets see if you can handle the truth? "God" is whatever you define him/her or it to be, that is, unless you allow the church(other men) to define "God" for you. Mr. Pfleger knows what time it is and supensions happen when you bite the hand that feeds you.
Cerrita Mathis said:
Good afternoon Mr.One Iam I must come to the defense of Father Pfleger and say that I or anyone as far as that matters can only paint a picture of what they See, Father Pfleger only spoke the truth that he has been looking at for over 30 years, I believe with all the God in me that it was the time and the season for this thing to be exposed (Ecclessiastes 3:7kjv) openly. Now dont get me wrong nobody's perfect but "God" but remember God uses whoever will yield themselves to be used and Father Pfleger became a yielded vessel for such a time as this, and know this man of God he's paying a price for it (truth 1 Peter 3:14jv), a price that the bible say's we would pay for righteousness sakes and remember everybody cant handle the TRUTH!.
One Iam said:
I could see why Mr. Pfleger was suspended. In his interview he painted a poor picture of the Catholic Church. Listening to Mr. Pfleger you would think the Catholic Church was a racist, backwards institution that
lives above the law, which it may be but these are not the points of the Catholic Church that a "Father" should hi-light. Listening to that interview you would think Mr. Pfleger was the only good thing in the Catholic Church and the church itself was slanted against him. I think the Church was generous to give him a suspension and time to reconsider his error.