Around 150 Catholics gathered peacefully Sunday evening at St. James the Less in La Crosse, Wisconsin, for a rosary rally in support of Fr. James Altman.
The gathering was made up of local parishioners, supporters from out of state, and a group of Polish Catholics from Chicago who planned the stop on their way back from Yellowstone.
Flyers passed out at the gathering described the event as a means of “preserving our Catholic traditions” and offering “prayers for Bishop [William] Callahan,” who removed Altman from his parish July 8 and suspended his priestly faculties.
Just a week later, Catholics were faced with another attack when Pope Francis issued sweeping restrictions on the Latin Mass, the preferred liturgy of traditionalists.
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