Most Holy Redeemer Parish Exposed

A Remnant Press Release

Commentators such as Fox News' Bill O’Reilly have been asking the logical question of late:  "Where is the Catholic outrage" when it comes to the "Sisters" of Perpetual Indulgence invading a Catholic Church, insulting a Catholic bishop and committing blasphemy against the Eucharist at Most Holy Redeemer Parish in San Francisco, California. 


Answer? There's isn't going to be any outrage—at least not from Most Holy Redeemer Parish.   A quick glance at the bulletin from last Sunday reveals that this parish actually sponsors a booth at the notorious Castro Street Fair, one of the favorite haunts of the "Sisters".  So, it's unlikely that the scandalous incident at Most Holy Redeemer that has incensed Catholics worldwide, thanks to coverage by Fox News, was an isolated incident.


Check out Most Holy Redeemer's bulletin of October 14, 2007 (excerpted below) and then send your protest to the Vatican.  Suggest that if Archbishop George Niederauer is not going to take any disciplinary actions against those responsible for this travesty, he should be immediately removed.  Claudio Cardinal Hummes Prefect of the Vatican's Congregation for the Clergy can be contacted at: [email protected]

and Pope Benedict XVI can be contacted at: The Apostolic Palace, 00120 Vatican City, Europe, Email: [email protected]

Michael J. Matt


Bulletin Excerpts:


The MHR Parish family is a faith community in the Roman

Catholic tradition. The Worship and Faith Formation

Commissions reflect and foster this religious experience in an

atmosphere of welcome and inclusion.


Thank you, Archbishop

• We are grateful to Archbishop George Niederauer for

his first visit to MHR Parish! We appreciate his kind

words and pastoral concern.

• Visit our website to see the pictures from his visit at


Street Fair

We would like to thank the Young Adult Group for

staffing the parish information booth at the Castro Street Fair.

Thank you also to the Support Group for facilitating

the parish’s presence in this neighborhood celebration.

The MHR Parish family provides a caring environment where a

sense of community is nurtured and grows. This takes place

through the many ministries and programs of the

Administration, Outreach and Community Life Commissions.


MHR AIDS Support Group

A special Thank You to the 30 generous volunteers who

assisted us last Sunday at the Castro Street Fair, to raise

much needed program funds. Your sacrifice of

time and sensitivity to our mission is deeply

appreciated. Thank you so much.

 Parish Office at 415-863-6259.