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Roman Catholic Faithful
will hold an organizational / informational meeting

Sunday August 10, 1997    3 pm to 7 pm
Holiday Inn Santa Barbara / Goleta
5650 Calle Real, Goleta, CA 93117 (805) 964-6241

A statement from Fr. Malachi Martin concerning the L.A. Archdiocese and RCF
will be read at the meeting!

Are you ready to take back your churches?

There is no help coming from Rome. It is up to the laity to take back our churches. Bishop Ryan (Springfield, IL) whose resignation RCF called for, is on his way out. We have found that the life of any diocese is often a reflection of its bishop's life. If the diocese is morally bankrupt then prudence would dictate a close scrutiny of the diocesan bishops and administration.

If you provide the information RCF needs, by the grace of God, we can bring about change, and we can make a difference for the good of Christ's Roman Catholic Church. We have found that litigation and public exposure can help rid the Church of scandal and corruption.

RCF's goal is to defend the Holy Father and the teaching of the Catholic Church. We object to individuals or groups of individuals being allowed access to Catholic Schools, Churches, and Church property to promote any belief, teaching, or idea contrary to Catholic teaching as defined by the Holy Father and the Magisterium of the Holy Roman Catholic Church! We expect every Catholic Priest to follow the Disciplines of the Catholic Church as he promised to do. We expect every Bishop to do all he can to safeguard the souls of our children by exercising his authority to insure proper teaching within Catholic Schools and Parish Religion Programs. We object to any Priest treating the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass as his personal possession by adding, changing, or removing any part of the Mass on his own authority. When we walk into a Roman Catholic Church or School, we expect true Catholicism!! Is that too much to expect?


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