The future darkens for the Diocese of Fréjus-Toulon.
At a time when the Church in Germany is on the verge of schism and the reactions of the Vatican are almost non-existent (“The synodal path takes decisions which do not correspond exactly to what is the current doctrine of the Church”, declared Cardinal Pietro Parolin, Secretary of State of the Holy See), the news coming from the Diocese of Fréjus-Toulon is not good according to Current Values. Bishop Rey, one of the most courageous and dynamic Bishops, seems to be on the verge of being purely and simply ousted from his own Diocese.
“The ecclesiastical hierarchy must now give its verdict on the future of the diocese and mainly of its 70-year-old bishop (…) What will happen to Bishop Dominique Rey? “His fate is sealed”, confides a religious, for whom “the conclusions are already written”. “They are going to get the Bishop out or at least make him inoperative”, tables a source familiar with the matter. A second option that would calm the enthusiastic and sometimes dangerous outbursts of the prelate. If this scenario is confirmed by the Vatican, Bishop Rey would have a co-adjutor bishop imposed on him. “Rey would then be a puppet bishop, while the co-adjutor would have full powers,” explains a connoisseur of canon law.
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