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Rev. Martin E. Fox

Wrong Rev. Martin E. Fox?


National Pro-Life Alliance
4521 Windsor Arms Court
Annandale, Virginia 22003
United States

Company Description: The National Pro-Life Alliance is a non-profit, non-partisan coalition of more than 650,000 pro-life Americans united by a single mission: ending the horror of...   more

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  • Bachelor of Arts degree , history
    University of Cincinnati
  • Bachelor of Arts degree , history
    Walnut Hills High School
  • master's degrees
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"Utterly pointless," Fox said ... [cached]
"Utterly pointless," Fox said of the AUSCP's agenda.
What's telling is that Fox is not just any priest, but heads the Office of Priestly Formation for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. After a few of his fellow clerics objected to the broadside, Fox later apologized for some of his remarks and amended his original post.
Martin Fox may think "aging liberal Catholics" like the AUSCP are singing a "swan song," but how does he explain the continuing decrease in practicing Catholics, especially among the young, because of the exposure of the hypocrisy, criminality, and sinfulness of the sex abusing clergy and the awful monetary cost to those same "aging liberal Catholics" for sleazy accountants, lawyers, and court awards for those offenses?
It is such a sad commentary on the state of the institution that Martin Fox, head of the Office of Priestly Formation for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, dismisses the AUSCP as " the "swan song" of aging liberal Catholics who were enamored with a "spirit of Vatican II". That "Vatican II" and its spirit, dismissed by Fr. Fox is the highest teaching authority within the Roman Catholic Church, an ecumenical council of bishops in conjunction with the pope. As of 2013 Vatican II has not been replaced as the highest teaching authority, nor has "its Spirit."
Does Fr. Fox recognize that he is courting heresy - and I have an awful lot of respect for many so-called heretics, not including the current head of the Office of Priestly Formation for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati - when he writes that "the spirit of Vatican II...has been quashed by a younger, more tradition-minded generation of clergy and laity. These so-called "more tradition-minded generation of clergy and laity" are not only not tradition-minded - they are putting aside and ignoring Vatican II and its spirit - but may be little different from the members of the Cardinal Lefebvre founded Society of St. Pius X that is known as a strong defender and proponent of the Tridentine Mass, along with pious practices, beliefs, customs and religious discipline often associated with the period before the Second Vatican Council, which the society believes promoted erroneous teachings and thereby reject as heretical. SSPX has no canonical status in the Roman Catholic Church for doctrinal reasons, and Fr. Fox and his "more tradition-minded generation of clergy and laity" sound remarkably similar to SSPX.
Fr. Fox's so-called "tradition-minded generation" are in fact the traditionalists "that gives tradition such a bad name.
News Blog August 2011, 1 Aug 2011 [cached]
Mass in the ordinary form was also offered by Fr Martin Fox, a priest of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, in his parish of Picqua, Ohio. He wrote about the occasion on his blog site,
Among the comments on this story left on Fr Fox's blog were the following:
Parish Staff | Holy Cross-Immaculata Parish 30 Guido Street – Cincinnati, OH 45202-1716 – (513)721-6544, 1 Nov 2013 [cached]
Fr. Martin Fox Parochial Administrator
Staff - St. Boniface Catholic Parish, 16 July 2012 [cached]
Rev. Martin E. Fox Pastor
Pinionmarc Faith Matters [cached]
National Pro-Life Alliance President Martin Fox is pleased with the progress being made towards passing a Life at Conception Act and credits the dedication of NPLA members with the increased Congressional support. "Abortion apologists in Congress can no longer afford to ignore the call to end abortion-on-demand. Members have sent a clear message to self-proclaimed 'pro-life' politicians that we will not be pacified by limited measures to regulate abortion in certain limited circumstances. Now more than ever, these politicians are forced to listen," proclaimed Fox.
"With 64 original cosponsors on Duncan Hunter's Life at Conception Act right out of the gate, we're on a pace to gain over 100 cosponsors in the current session - a number even the staunchly pro-abortion leadership will ignore at their own peril," warned Fox.
As Martin Fox pointed out, "since in politics you always get less than what you ask for. NPLA members are doing exactly the right tiling in demanding an end to Roe v. Wide."
According to Martin Fox. "The impressive number of original cosponsors of H.R. 618 heading into the new Democrat controlled Congress is crucial. With pro-abortion zealots in control of leadership positions in both houses of Congress, we´ll need all the support we can get to grab the attention of Nancy Pelosi and company."
That means the importance of grass-roots pressure cannot be overstated.
"With many new Democrat members of Congress claiming to be 'pro-life,' we must hold their feet to the fire and demand true pro-life action," said Fox. Fox said the National Pro-Life Alliance and its members will bring maximum pressure to bear on Democrats like Heath Shuler (NC-11).
"Pro-lifers must now firmly remind them what so many abortion apologists have learned the hard way in past elections - that support for abortion-on-demand or failure to defend human life will not be tolerated," stated Fox. Fox is urging members everywhere to flood Congress with petitions, post cards, letters and phone calls demanding support for H.R. 618.
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