Bio

Dr. McKalip is a community leader who has practiced brain and spine surgery in St. Petersburg since 2000.  He is a past candidate for St. Petersburg City Council (2013) and St. Petersburg is his hometown. Dr. McKalip serves on numerous community, state and national committees and boards. He has been working with many medical organizations as a leader for universal access to high quality, low cost medical care that respects the patient-physician relationship based on freedom and free-market principles. Dr. McKalip works to advance the causes of liberty, free markets, limited government, a moral society, and Glory to God and our Savior Jesus Christ

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  1. Fernando gutierrez

    1.What has been the results of the town Hall meetings the Bishop had during his first days in the Diocese?
    2.Does the Bishop support FAST?
    3.Which interpretation of “Amoris Laetitia” become policy of Diocese ?

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    1. Sun Beam Times Post author

      It is unclear if the Bishop supports FAST at this point or what his interpretation of Amoris Laetitia may be. The Town halls were well attended, but only tha actions of the Bishop will demonstrate what the results will be.

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