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Re: Bishop Zendejas Confirmation Questions
« Reply #15 on: January 21, 2019, 11:21:00 AM »
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  • Didn't somebody else on this forum have problems getting documentation about their daughter's confirmation?
    I'm sure they did have problems. But, hey, that could happen anywhere for anyone. I still dont have mine from the SSPX though I've asked for it a couple of times already.
    Many people say "For the Honor and Glory of God!" but, what they should say is "For the Love, Glory and Honor of God". - Fr. Paul of Moll

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    Re: Bishop Zendejas Confirmation Questions
    « Reply #16 on: January 21, 2019, 11:23:40 AM »
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  • I'm sure they did have problems. But, hey, that could happen anywhere for anyone. I still dont have mine from the SSPX though I've asked for it a couple of times already.
    1. It's not for any fundamental reason.
    2. You might need some patience, but you WILL eventually get your confirmation certificate, etc.
    3. Bp. Zendejas is a busy man. He is serving a lot of souls and doesn't have nearly enough priestly helpers to do the task.


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    Re: Bishop Zendejas Confirmation Questions
    « Reply #17 on: January 21, 2019, 11:28:04 AM »
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  • What is SEA inc?
    Does it have charity status?

    Sapientia Education Association
    Sapientia is Latin for "wisdom".

    It is the 501.3(c) used for Bp. Zendejas school, church, etc.

    You have to pick a name like this, and yes it's going to have "Inc." as part of the deal. It's fundamental to starting a 501.3(c) charitable not for profit organization.

    No, it doesn't mean he's a corporation, mercenary, lives and breathes money, or any of that nonsense. It means he's prudent, well-grounded, and thinking of the good of his flock:

    The Traditional Catholic faithful usually aren't millionaires, and the tax burden weighs quite heavily on some families. The ability to deduct one's tithes and charitable donations from their taxes is quite important for some, and is quite legitimate and understandable.

    I'll tell you what: setting up a charitable organization is not "fun" like flying all over the country and saying Mass for different groups. It's more like tedious homework. I applaud Bp. Z for taking the trouble to set up infrastructure like this. It's important for growth, the good of the flock, etc.

    Bp. Z is a good administrator and pastor; his prudence and diligence (among other virtues) is why he makes a good bishop.

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