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Title: Confirmations
Post by: Anonymous on April 26, 2016, 02:55:54 PM
My son is getting confirmed and a gay married relative wants to bring his husband to the church for my son's confirmation.  He told me they won't participate in the Mass.  Is this legit?
Title: Confirmations
Post by: Anonymous on April 26, 2016, 03:25:11 PM
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My son is getting confirmed and a gay married relative wants to bring his husband to the church for my son's confirmation.  He told me they won't participate in the Mass.  Is this legit?


Sure.  You can have their marriage blessed by the bishop at the same time.
Title: Confirmations
Post by: Anonymous on April 26, 2016, 03:25:53 PM
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Quote from: Guest
My son is getting confirmed and a gay married relative wants to bring his husband to the church for my son's confirmation.  He told me they won't participate in the Mass.  Is this legit?


Sure.  You can have their marriage blessed by the bishop at the same time.


It's trad confirmation
Title: Confirmations
Post by: Anonymous on April 26, 2016, 04:54:25 PM
If I were in your shoes, I would not invite them.  And that includes all parties.  I would vomit to touch their hands!
Title: Confirmations
Post by: Anonymous on April 26, 2016, 07:42:24 PM
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Quote from: Guest
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My son is getting confirmed and a gay married relative wants to bring his husband to the church for my son's confirmation.  He told me they won't participate in the Mass.  Is this legit?


Sure.  You can have their marriage blessed by the bishop at the same time.


It's trad confirmation


What kind of trad invites sodomizers to a confirmation?  This thread is ridiculous and obviously the OP is homo-friendly.  The OP refers to "his husband"......this OP is NOT a trad.

Title: Confirmations
Post by: Anonymous on April 26, 2016, 08:11:48 PM
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My son is getting confirmed and a gay married relative wants to bring his husband to the church for my son's confirmation.  He told me they won't participate in the Mass.  Is this legit?


Could he not be invited to something social afterwards instead? It seems a weird bit of voyeurism to just watch, not even kneel. A person who does that, sticks out like a sore thumb. Perhaps it might help at conversion, but I'd incline towards a way of saying no nicely.
Title: Confirmations
Post by: Anonymous on April 26, 2016, 09:44:07 PM
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Quote from: Guest
My son is getting confirmed and a gay married relative wants to bring his husband to the church for my son's confirmation.  He told me they won't participate in the Mass.  Is this legit?


Could he not be invited to something social afterwards instead? It seems a weird bit of voyeurism to just watch, not even kneel. A person who does that, sticks out like a sore thumb. Perhaps it might help at conversion, but I'd incline towards a way of saying no nicely.


It may convert them if they attend.

I'm op
Title: Confirmations
Post by: Anonymous on April 27, 2016, 11:33:32 AM
The homosexuals look forward to social gatherings to recruit their own!!
Title: Confirmations
Post by: Matthew on April 27, 2016, 11:53:25 AM
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Quote from: Guest
My son is getting confirmed and a gay married relative wants to bring his husband to the church for my son's confirmation.  He told me they won't participate in the Mass.  Is this legit?


Could he not be invited to something social afterwards instead? It seems a weird bit of voyeurism to just watch, not even kneel. A person who does that, sticks out like a sore thumb. Perhaps it might help at conversion, but I'd incline towards a way of saying no nicely.


It may convert them if they attend.

I'm op


You gotta be joking.

Yeah, they could theoretically convert. And I could find Spanish treasure after a crevice opens up somewhere on my land during the next drought. And both are about as likely.

Unless you have some good reason for hope.

Do you really think this couple living in the basest depravity is disposed towards conversion at this time? What gives you any legitimate reason to hope this? Have they been living separately for the past year or something? Asking lots of questions and showing a genuine interest in the Catholic Faith?

I doubt it.

On the contrary, what sodomites do in secret is shameful to even mention. Even the devils are repulsed by their behavior. The devils are happy to destroy a soul with this temptation, but once the unhappy soul gives in and begins committing this foul crime against nature, the devils are forced to look away, as it were, because even though they are fallen and their wills are fixed in evil (against God) for eternity, they still have an angelic nature with God's order built in.
Title: Confirmations
Post by: Anonymous on April 28, 2016, 06:00:24 PM
speaking of confirmation, what does it even mean now? confirmed where? in the catholic church? where is that? One trad group doesn't recognize another as even valid. So if confirmed in a trad church here, SSPV might not accept that confirmation, and so on, and yet another group might not accept that confirmation. one church, one confirmation. not possible anymore.just be aware that you might not be considered as confirmed in the catholic church by another sedevacantist group who doesn't recognize the other group. i was confirmed in the novus ordo. How many times do i need to be confirmed.
Title: Confirmations
Post by: Anonymous on April 28, 2016, 10:53:15 PM


Your queer relative and mate don't believe in the 10 Commandments nor the 7 Sacraments.

So, why do they want to come to Confirmations?

They want to enter the Church to be recognized as a queer couple.  They don't care about your son, it's about them.  

If you refuse them, they'll call you a homophobe.  If you accept them, they'll mock your Faith.

Your best choice is to diplomatically refuse them, based on their mutual disbelief in the Catholic Faith.


Title: Confirmations
Post by: poche on April 29, 2016, 02:17:19 AM
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My son is getting confirmed and a gay married relative wants to bring his husband to the church for my son's confirmation.  He told me they won't participate in the Mass.  Is this legit?


Does the church you go to place guards at teh doors of the church to keep outsiders and miscelaneous "sinners" out?  
Title: Confirmations
Post by: poche on April 29, 2016, 02:19:51 AM
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speaking of confirmation, what does it even mean now? confirmed where? in the catholic church? where is that? One trad group doesn't recognize another as even valid. So if confirmed in a trad church here, SSPV might not accept that confirmation, and so on, and yet another group might not accept that confirmation. one church, one confirmation. not possible anymore.just be aware that you might not be considered as confirmed in the catholic church by another sedevacantist group who doesn't recognize the other group. i was confirmed in the novus ordo. How many times do i need to be confirmed.


Confirmation is a sacrament which places a mark on your soul. Your soul is indelibly sealed by the Holy Spirit. Just as there is only one baptism there is onyone confirmation.
Title: Confirmations
Post by: Anonymous on April 29, 2016, 08:37:24 AM
Quote from: poche
Quote from: Guest
speaking of confirmation, what does it even mean now? confirmed where? in the catholic church? where is that? One trad group doesn't recognize another as even valid. So if confirmed in a trad church here, SSPV might not accept that confirmation, and so on, and yet another group might not accept that confirmation. one church, one confirmation. not possible anymore.just be aware that you might not be considered as confirmed in the catholic church by another sedevacantist group who doesn't recognize the other group. i was confirmed in the novus ordo. How many times do i need to be confirmed.


Confirmation is a sacrament which places a mark on your soul. Your soul is indelibly sealed by the Holy Spirit. Just as there is only one baptism there is onyone confirmation.


Well duh. But the confirmation must be valid. If the Novus ordo is a different religion and not  catholicism, then you were not confirmed in the Catholic church. No difference between that and being confirmed in the episcopal church. Baptism is different. Anyone can do that.
Title: Confirmations
Post by: poche on May 01, 2016, 01:14:11 AM
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Quote from: poche
Quote from: Guest
speaking of confirmation, what does it even mean now? confirmed where? in the catholic church? where is that? One trad group doesn't recognize another as even valid. So if confirmed in a trad church here, SSPV might not accept that confirmation, and so on, and yet another group might not accept that confirmation. one church, one confirmation. not possible anymore.just be aware that you might not be considered as confirmed in the catholic church by another sedevacantist group who doesn't recognize the other group. i was confirmed in the novus ordo. How many times do i need to be confirmed.


Confirmation is a sacrament which places a mark on your soul. Your soul is indelibly sealed by the Holy Spirit. Just as there is only one baptism there is onyone confirmation.


Well duh. But the confirmation must be valid. If the Novus ordo is a different religion and not  catholicism, then you were not confirmed in the Catholic church. No difference between that and being confirmed in the episcopal church. Baptism is different. Anyone can do that.


Archbishop Lefebvre recognized the validity of the Novus Ordo and its sacraments. Even Bishop Williamson has said that it is ok to go to the Novus Ordo mass ( I believe that is when there is no TLM available.)