Dom Thomas Aquinas to Be Consecrated a Bishop on March 19, 2016 (Feast of St. Joseph)

In the February 20, 2016 issue of His Excellency Bishop Williamson’s Eleison Comments, it is announced that Dom Thomas Aquinas, Prior of the Holy Cross Monastery in Nova Friburgo, Brazil, will be consecrated a bishop on March 19, 2016, Feast of St. Joseph, at the same monastery.  Deo gratias!  I believe that Dom Thomas Aquinas is a good choice as he has proven himself over many years to be a warrior of Catholic Tradition and faithful follower of the saintly Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre.  I do hope, however, that he will publicly espouse the red light position, unlike Bishops Williamson and Faure who have more or less adopted the yellow light position.  As I proposed in this post, the yellow light position has debilitated the growth of the Catholic Resistance; the red light position will bolster it.

 

Please keep Dom Thomas Aquinas in your prayers.

 

From left to right: Bishop Jean-Michel Faure, Bishop Richard Williamson, Dom Thomas Aquinas (future bishop)

From left to right: Bishop Jean-Michel Faure (priest at the time this picture was taken), Bishop Richard Williamson, Dom Thomas Aquinas (future bishop)


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