In this post, I asked the following question to OLMC supporters:
Why don’t you, OLMC supporters, ask Bishop Williamson, the other three Fake Resistance bishops, or even the Fake Resistance priests to come and administer the sacraments to you and your families?
Since Fr. Pfeiffer asked Bishop Williamson to come conditionally ordain Fr. Poisson and administer the Sacrament of Holy Orders to his seminarians, I now ask this question:
Has Fr. Pfeiffer asked Bishop Williamson to come and administer the Sacrament of Confirmation to the faithful of the OLMC missions? If not, why not?
If Fr. Pfeiffer did ask and Bishop Williamson rejected his request, then why not ask Ambrose Moran? After all, Father asked Ambrose Moran to conditionally ordain Fr. Poisson and Ambrose Moran obliged. Furthermore, even though Fr. Pfeiffer “canned” Ambrose Moran earlier this year, to this day Father insists that Ambrose Moran is a valid bishop, so what is stopping him from asking?
Issue 7 (Season of Pentecost: August 2019) of Fr. David Hewko’s “Mary, The Cause of Our Joy” is available here for download. It may also be found at the following link:
Rerum Novarum – Encyclical Letter of Pope Leo XIII is taken from Volume XVI (1891) of The American Catholic Quarterly Review.
Note: Fr. David Hewko is no longer associated with Fr. Joseph Pfeiffer. You may find Fr. Hewko’s statement of departure here.
Where are the Fake Resistance bishops and priests publicly teaching the red light position after 6 years of the neo-SSPX falling into the hands of Modernist Rome?
Eden and the Coenaculum is taken from Volume XVI (1891) of The American Catholic Quarterly Review.
In the sermon linked below, Fr. Francois Chazal rightly condemns the New Mass and the Indult Mass. However, Father must not forget that it is Bishop Williamson himself who permits active attendance at the New Mass under certain circumstances and the Indult Mass. Therefore, Father, if you want us to take your words more seriously, please stop having His Excellency come to provide the sacraments to your apostolate and seminary until he publicly renounces his errors. And this despite the fact that his episcopal powers are “useful”.
Church and State is taken from Volume XVI (1891) of The American Catholic Quarterly Review.