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Renegade Catholics is the subject of The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Talk Radio for Fine Minds, Wednesday, December 19, 3-4:30 pm when we engage in a special 90 minute conversation with Catholics who have broken ranks with their church. There is a new game in town for Catholics, an alterative to the traditional Roman Catholic Church that offers options for married, gays and women in the framework of Catholicism.
Joining in the discussion will be Bishop Bernard E. Sheffield of the Florida Diocese of the North American Old Catholic Church who has led the way and removed walls and barriers that once existed for married, divorced, and disenfranchised Catholics; Father Thomas Johnson, a newly-ordained married priest who will speak of his journey from cradle Catholic to Old Catholic and his trials and tribulations with the Roman Church when he was called to the ordained religious life; Margie Johnson, wife of Father Thomas Johnson will share the cost of her husband’s journey on their marriage, their family, and their relationship with the priests of the local parish and what it feels like to be a pariah in the church she still loves; successful orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Harvey Montijo, a Catholic with a Pentecostal background who found refuge in the Old Catholic Church drawn to its values and positions on social justice. Dr. Harvey is now a Deacon and is in seminary training to become a priest; Bishop Olivia Doko, a member of Roman Catholic Womenpriests (RCWP), an international movement within the Roman Catholic Church that supports women called by the Holy Spirit and their communities to a renewed priestly ministry rooted in justice and faithfulness to the Gospel..
The Halli Casser-Jayne Show is Talk Radio for Fine Minds and Lovers of Religous Independence.
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