Author Topic: Fake priest: laicized Jospeh A. Colletti representing himself as Catholic priest  (Read 1706 times)

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  • Those needing to be confirmed go to a SSPX chapel.
    Fair enough, I didn't think of that.  I'd still be interested to know where the priests get their oils.  I do know of one priest who left the SSPX, yet retained the oils he got from Abp Lefebvre, he was very economical in how he used them, and made them last for years.



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  • Fair enough, I didn't think of that.  I'd still be interested to know where the priests get their oils.  I do know of one priest who left the SSPX, yet retained the oils he got from Abp Lefebvre, he was very economical in how he used them, and made them last for years.
    Canon law says he's supposed to toss the old and get new oils every year 

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  • Canon law says he's supposed to toss the old and get new oils every year
    OLHC is an independent chapel, not under a bishop, and is functioning under "supplied jurisdiction" which is like "emergency use authorization." Many people there would rather go to SSPX, but that means a long trip. Some are writing letters to SSPX asking for a chapel in Orange County.

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  • OLHC is an independent chapel, not under a bishop, and is functioning under "supplied jurisdiction" which is like "emergency use authorization." Many people there would rather go to SSPX, but that means a long trip. Some are writing letters to SSPX asking for a chapel in Orange County.
    A priest still needs a superior.
    I would ask where they get their oils.


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  • A priest still needs a superior.
    I would ask where they get their oils.
    Fr. Perez has no superior. Thus he had himself made a Monsignor, and when he later learned the shady background of the person and the illegitimacy of his monsignorship, he failed to either: announce from the pulpit that he had been deceived or stop wearing the red. Almost everyone in the chapel knows about this.

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  • And they put up with it?

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  • Canon law says he's supposed to toss the old and get new oils every year
    I did not know this.  Knowing what I know about him, I would say that he used (rightly or wrongly) a form of epikeia to justify using them beyond one year.  He went independent and no one has heard from him for years.


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  • Fr. Perez has no superior. Thus he had himself made a Monsignor, and when he later learned the shady background of the person and the illegitimacy of his monsignorship, he failed to either: announce from the pulpit that he had been deceived or stop wearing the red. Almost everyone in the chapel knows about this.
    If Fr. Perez made himself a monsignor, how then could there be a person who made Fr. Perez a monsignor who had a shady background and was illegitimate?

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  • Fr. Perez has no superior. 
    Huh.  Not what he told me a few years back.

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  • I did not know this.  Knowing what I know about him, I would say that he used (rightly or wrongly) a form of epikeia to justify using them beyond one year.  He went independent and no one has heard from him for years.
    B. Slupski did the same thing, but it was still against Canon law.  


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  • B. Slupski did the same thing, but it was still against Canon law. 
    Yes, but wasn't he, as a bishop, able to consecrate his own oils every year?  Or are you referring to when he was simply a priest?

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  • Yes, but wasn't he, as a bishop, able to consecrate his own oils every year?  Or are you referring to when he was simply a priest?
    As far as i know he didn't consecrate his own.  I could be wrong.  
    I don't know why.
    God rest his soul.

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  • Huh.  Not what he told me a few years back.
    What did he tell you?

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  • What did he tell you?
    That he had a superior.


     

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