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« Reply #15 on: August 17, 2020, 12:52:20 PM »
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  • Dominic Crawford has a small ministry in Minnesota, where he services his mom's family and another family.  Mass is said (or not, given that Neal Webster ordained Crawford and its doubtful that Webster even has the right orders, and even more doubtful that he is competent enough to transmit orders).  The community is very divided and it appears that Crawford is following Fr. Feeney in more than just doctrine, but in CULT tactics: most of the people who attend his mass have very purposefully severed ties with their other traditional Catholic relatives, drinking is not allowed, confessions are when Crawford allows you to go (he has made a schedule and you can only go when it is your turn-- whether you need to or not), and Holy Communion is intermittently REFUSED to the faithful for their own spiritual growth.  Talk to him about any of this and he will simply tell you to pray the fifteen decade rosary and all your questions will be satisfied.  If you do and you still have questions, you have not prayed enough.  He is a charlatan who preys on pious and simple people, manipulating them unscrupulously. It is fashionable, apparently, for people online to defend him.  But I do not think they know him.  If they did, they would realize he is a TOTAL embarrassment to those who simply wish to believe as Fr. Feeney did.

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    « Reply #16 on: August 17, 2020, 02:03:52 PM »
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  • Dominic Crawford has a small ministry in Minnesota, where he services his mom's family and another family.  Mass is said (or not, given that Neal Webster ordained Crawford and its doubtful that Webster even has the right orders, and even more doubtful that he is competent enough to transmit orders).  The community is very divided and it appears that Crawford is following Fr. Feeney in more than just doctrine, but in CULT tactics: most of the people who attend his mass have very purposefully severed ties with their other traditional Catholic relatives, drinking is not allowed, confessions are when Crawford allows you to go (he has made a schedule and you can only go when it is your turn-- whether you need to or not), and Holy Communion is intermittently REFUSED to the faithful for their own spiritual growth.  Talk to him about any of this and he will simply tell you to pray the fifteen decade rosary and all your questions will be satisfied.  If you do and you still have questions, you have not prayed enough.  He is a charlatan who preys on pious and simple people, manipulating them unscrupulously. It is fashionable, apparently, for people online to defend him.  But I do not think they know him.  If they did, they would realize he is a TOTAL embarrassment to those who simply wish to believe as Fr. Feeney did.
    LOL!  There's only two families, yet the small chapel is "very divided!"
    :facepalm:


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    « Reply #17 on: August 17, 2020, 02:34:21 PM »
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  • LOL!  There's only two families, yet the small chapel is "very divided!"
    :facepalm:
    LOL, yep, sounds like a cult alright.

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    « Reply #18 on: August 17, 2020, 02:46:24 PM »
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  • LOL, yep, sounds like a cult alright.
    Is there a similarity between Pfeifferville and what Fr. Crawford is doing?  In both cases the whole ministry is propped up by just a family or two.  And in both cases Neal Webster gets dragged out of his basement to provide the orders needed to make the whole thing look legitimate to the followers.  Seems suspicious.

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    « Reply #19 on: August 17, 2020, 03:56:59 PM »
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  • Except that I DID say its one baptism and not three baptisms.  No wonder the Feeneyites struggle, if they can't even read a 2-sentence post on the subject properly.

    Logic, please.  :facepalm:  You were attacking Feeneyites for the CRITICISM they level against those who refer to 3 Baptisms.  


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    « Reply #20 on: August 17, 2020, 04:05:35 PM »
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  • Logic, please.  :facepalm:  You were attacking Feeneyites for the CRITICISM they level against those who refer to 3 Baptisms.  
    Presumably, English is not your native language, given your struggles here.  But then again, where does one find Feeneyite’s, but in English-speaking countries? 

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    « Reply #21 on: August 17, 2020, 04:31:12 PM »
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  • I have talked to Fr. Crawford on the phone twice and he seems like a very nice man. He offered to send me a copy of Glories of  Mary or the Secret of the Rosary don't know which. I have his phone number if anyone wants it.

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    « Reply #22 on: August 17, 2020, 04:48:16 PM »
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  • I have his phone number if anyone wants it.
    Yes, please. Or E-mail.


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    « Reply #23 on: August 17, 2020, 04:49:06 PM »
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  • Yes, please. Or E-mail.
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    « Reply #24 on: August 19, 2020, 03:31:26 PM »
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  • The situation up in MN is a sad one.  What was once a unified CMRI parish, consisting mostly of one large, tight-knit family, including the parents, 13 children, and over 40 grandchildren has been shattered since Fr. Crawford's arrival in 2017.  Half the children and their families continue on with the CMRI parish, and half follow Crawford.  Those that follow Crawford shun their family members that don't follow him, having declared that they are going to Hell when they chose to stay with CMRI and not follow Crawford, and continuing to make such declarations in the rare occasions they cross paths.  They won't show up when invited to family gatherings, and won't allow the children that go to CMRI, their nephews and nieces, visit or play with their own children.  They've told their other family members that continued with the CMRI that they can't associate with any of them in any unnecessary way until they change their beliefs to align with theirs.

    The followers of Fr. Crawford also developed new strange beliefs, ranging from rejecting the existence of Limbo, to declaring the color pink as being evil and from the devil.  Much of their new focus is on modesty, scandal, and fraternal correction.  They hold that shorts and short-sleeve shirts are sinful and scandalous, even if worn by boys or men.  They have openly rebuked their sisters as being in mortal sin for causing them scandal simply because they could see their ankle, as they hold that dresses that don't cover a woman's or girl's ankle are sinfully scandalous.  They believe they are obliged under pain of sin to correct anyone they think is sinning at all times and all places, no matter the circumstances, even if it's a stranger in public.  One young adult man who follows Crawford told his brother he couldn't go skiing with him because there would be girls wearing ski pants, and he believed he would be sinning if he refrained from telling them they were sinning.  That same young man later told his brother he was mortally sinning for wearing shorts.  He has now moved to shunning his brother, who was his closest friend all his life, won't talk to him when he's near, and, like his other siblings that follow Crawford, shuns all his other siblings and family members that stuck with the CMRI.  

    Many of these family members following Fr. Crawford claim to receive answers to all their questions and knowledge on all their beliefs, and any decisions, directly from God while praying.  They say the knowledge is infused in them during prayer by God speaking to their heart, and they can't explain it in words.  They credit this to praying a 15-decade rosary every day.  They claimed this is how they knew to follow Crawford and reject the CMRI as evil.  In conjunction with this, they disdain and distrust Catholic books, saying books have no value, as no books can be trusted to not have been corrupted, including all bibles or writings of the popes and councils.  They've said the only knowledge that can be trusted is that which God gives to them directly in prayer, speaking to their heart, and that they know it's from God, rather than from their own feelings or the devil, because, "if you're humble enough, you'll know."

    I'm told Fr. Crawford is very charming.

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    « Reply #25 on: August 19, 2020, 03:36:17 PM »
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  • The situation up in MN is a sad one. 

    I'm told Fr. Crawford is very charming.
    From one cult to another.


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    « Reply #26 on: August 19, 2020, 06:23:57 PM »
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  • The situation up in MN is a sad one.  What was once a unified CMRI parish, consisting mostly of one large, tight-knit family, including the parents, 13 children, and over 40 grandchildren has been shattered since Fr. Crawford's arrival in 2017.  Half the children and their families continue on with the CMRI parish, and half follow Crawford.  Those that follow Crawford shun their family members that don't follow him, having declared that they are going to Hell when they chose to stay with CMRI and not follow Crawford, and continuing to make such declarations in the rare occasions they cross paths.  They won't show up when invited to family gatherings, and won't allow the children that go to CMRI, their nephews and nieces, visit or play with their own children.  They've told their other family members that continued with the CMRI that they can't associate with any of them in any unnecessary way until they change their beliefs to align with theirs.

    The followers of Fr. Crawford also developed new strange beliefs, ranging from rejecting the existence of Limbo, to declaring the color pink as being evil and from the devil.  Much of their new focus is on modesty, scandal, and fraternal correction.  They hold that shorts and short-sleeve shirts are sinful and scandalous, even if worn by boys or men.  They have openly rebuked their sisters as being in mortal sin for causing them scandal simply because they could see their ankle, as they hold that dresses that don't cover a woman's or girl's ankle are sinfully scandalous.  They believe they are obliged under pain of sin to correct anyone they think is sinning at all times and all places, no matter the circumstances, even if it's a stranger in public.  One young adult man who follows Crawford told his brother he couldn't go skiing with him because there would be girls wearing ski pants, and he believed he would be sinning if he refrained from telling them they were sinning.  That same young man later told his brother he was mortally sinning for wearing shorts.  He has now moved to shunning his brother, who was his closest friend all his life, won't talk to him when he's near, and, like his other siblings that follow Crawford, shuns all his other siblings and family members that stuck with the CMRI.  

    Many of these family members following Fr. Crawford claim to receive answers to all their questions and knowledge on all their beliefs, and any decisions, directly from God while praying.  They say the knowledge is infused in them during prayer by God speaking to their heart, and they can't explain it in words.  They credit this to praying a 15-decade rosary every day.  They claimed this is how they knew to follow Crawford and reject the CMRI as evil.  In conjunction with this, they disdain and distrust Catholic books, saying books have no value, as no books can be trusted to not have been corrupted, including all bibles or writings of the popes and councils.  They've said the only knowledge that can be trusted is that which God gives to them directly in prayer, speaking to their heart, and that they know it's from God, rather than from their own feelings or the devil, because, "if you're humble enough, you'll know."

    I'm told Fr. Crawford is very charming.
    If this is true, it is a prime example of how heretics form their own religion. If this is true, this alleged heretic should be shunned by all Catholics.
    “ In conjunction with this, they disdain and distrust Catholic books, saying books have no value, as no books can be trusted to not have been corrupted, including all bibles or writings of the popes and councils.”

    Are these people that stupid to believe this?
    For what doth it profit a man, if he gain the whole world, and suffer the loss of his own soul? Or what exchange shall a man give for his soul?

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    Re: Fr. Dominic Crawford
    « Reply #27 on: August 20, 2020, 09:07:48 AM »
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  • I am very reluctant to accept internet rumors for truth in terms of what Fr. Crawford believes.  Some might be true, some false, and other stuff could be exaggeration based on spin put on things by his followers.  So who really knows?

    I suspect that one major issue here is the quality of training Fr. Crawford received.  I doubt that he received anywhere near a full seminary training through Bishop Webster.
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    « Reply #28 on: August 20, 2020, 02:41:29 PM »
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  • Does someone know the relations between Bishop Webster and Father Crawford... do they see "eye to eye" on every issue?

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    « Reply #29 on: August 20, 2020, 02:45:29 PM »
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  • What a moron.
    If you are one of those anti-Catholic deniers of the Creed: what a lack of charity. You must hate St. Paul also.
    If you agree with the Creed: Yes, what a m***n, he even spelled "god" with a lowercase "g"!


     

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