Saturday, June 25, 2005

Still more on that horrible death in Romania
The Tanacu convent was built in 2001 by a private donor and had not yet been sanctified by the church.
That explains some of it but not how this dangerous nutter became a priest apparently in good standing.

Cornici's death and the revelation that Corogeanu was ordained as a priest without having finished his theological studies have prompted the church to impose stricter rules for entering monasteries, including psychological tests.
As described by Michael Rose, these tests are misused in some churches to screen out sound ordinands sed abusus non tollit usum. This case shows that there is a legitimate reason for them.

So who was asleep at the gate when this man got in?

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