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Father Michael C. Becker

Wrong Father Michael C. Becker?

Rector

Phone: (651) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: b***@***.edu
University of St. Thomas
TMH 166 1000 Lasalle Avenue
Minneapolis , Minnesota 55403
United States

Company Description: Founded in 1885, the University of St. Thomas is a Catholic, diocesan university based in the Twin Cities of St. Paul and Minneapolis. The largest private...   more
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Founder
    Food Cupboard
  • Member
    Companions of Christ

Education

  • Bachelor degrees , theology and economics
    University of St Thomas
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Said Father Michael Becker, ...
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Said Father Michael Becker, St. John Vianney's rector: "The natural discipline of sports-daily practicing, stretching your limits, the competition of others but maintaining good sportsmanship-are a good foundation for grace in a spiritual life.
Paul Archdiocese, one question ...
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Paul Archdiocese, one question asked for clarification about a recollection by Rev. Michael Becker of St. Paul's St. John Vianney Seminary that occurred at St. Paul's Lexington Restaurant. The questioner said, "a man came into the restaurant and threw one of the church's DVDs at you" to set context for a response.
Gregg Larson has come forth to challenge Rev. Becker's account.
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Also, I did not throw the DVD at him [contrary to Rev. Becker's account to the Star Tribune]. I would never have done that.
Although the response makes liberal use ...
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Although the response makes liberal use of the pluralis majestatis, the name that appears as author of the response is that of the current rector of Saint John Vianney Seminary, Father Michael Becker.
Father Becker was not the rector of Saint John Vianney during the time to which the Blaschko article refers. Moreover, Father Becker's response does not dispute those aspects of formation that Paul wrote of.
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In light of the ongoing, year-long investigation into the conduct of the Archbishop (which is at what stage now, exactly?), and especially in light of allegations uncovered during that investigation of inappropriate behavior towards seminarians under his authority (including seminarians in the Twin Cities), I think Father Becker's response does little to refute the idea that there are very real reasons we we should be worried about priestly formation.
Although the response makes liberal use ...
canonicalconsultation.com [cached]
Although the response makes liberal use of the pluralis majestatis, the name that appears as author of the response is that of the current rector of Saint John Vianney Seminary, Father Michael Becker.
Father Becker was not the rector of Saint John Vianney during the time to which the Blaschko article refers. Moreover, Father Becker's response does not dispute those aspects of formation that Paul wrote of.
...
In light of the ongoing, year-long investigation into the conduct of the Archbishop (which is at what stage now, exactly?), and especially in light of allegations uncovered during that investigation of inappropriate behavior towards seminarians under his authority (including seminarians in the Twin Cities), I think Father Becker's response does little to refute the idea that there are very real reasons we we should be worried about priestly formation.
Although the response makes liberal use ...
www.canonicalconsultation.com [cached]
Although the response makes liberal use of the pluralis majestatis, the name that appears as author of the response is that of the current rector of Saint John Vianney Seminary, Father Michael Becker.
Father Becker was not the rector of Saint John Vianney during the time to which the Blaschko article refers. Moreover, Father Becker's response does not dispute those aspects of formation that Paul wrote of.
...
In light of the ongoing, year-long investigation into the conduct of the Archbishop (which is at what stage now, exactly?), and especially in light of allegations uncovered during that investigation of inappropriate behavior towards seminarians under his authority (including seminarians in the Twin Cities), I think Father Becker's response does little to refute the idea that there are very real reasons we we should be worried about priestly formation.
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