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Fr. Pfeiffers circle is getting smaller
« on: March 25, 2018, 07:52:03 PM »
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  • I recently noticed a change on the websites monitored by lay exorcist and right hand man to fr. Pfeiffer, Paul Hernandez, aka Pablo.
     
     Inthissignyoushallconquer.com
     Seems to be updated only sporadically.  Could be because recently-divorced Mrs. Blaszak takes care of it in her job as "head administrator", right hand to Mr. Hernandez.  I also noticed that there are a lot of links listed in the "links" section, and they still list many coordinators and masses which no longer exist.
     
     The new site, ourladyofmountcarmelusa.com,
    Seems to be updated more frequently.  Must be run by Mr. Hernandez directly.  I Noticed in the links section that those olmc supports has gone down drastically.  The first two links are Mr. Hernandez's.  Traditionalcatholicism.org seems to be a broken link.  The Recusant is Greg Taylor.  Tradition in action, interestingly, is run by a fr. Perez supporter.  Fr. Pfeiffer, you may recall, lambasted fr. Perez in a letter fr. Pfeiffer wrote defending pervert fr. Roberts.  And there is no longer a coordinator or mass location list.  
     
     Support for OLMC seems to be fading.

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    Re: Fr. Pfeiffers circle is getting smaller
    « Reply #1 on: March 25, 2018, 07:56:18 PM »
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  • Very interestingly, there are absolutely no sermons of fr. Roberts listed on ourladyofmountcarmelusa.

    I wonder if that is damage control prevention because fr. Roberts frequently slips and shows his pervert side. 


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    Re: Fr. Pfeiffers circle is getting smaller
    « Reply #2 on: March 25, 2018, 08:13:08 PM »
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  • Another chapel in MN wrote a letter breaking with Fr. Pfeiffer not too long ago and both Fr. Roberts and Pablo were reasons for their break.
    We conclude logically that religion can give an efficacious and truly realistic answer to the great modern problems only if it is a religion that is profoundly lived, not simply a superficial and cheap religion made up of some vocal prayers and some ceremonies...

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    Re: Fr. Pfeiffers circle is getting smaller
    « Reply #3 on: March 25, 2018, 10:21:57 PM »
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  • When it comes to the # of chapels affiliated with Fr. Pfeiffer, one must take his self-provided figures with a huge grain of salt. (maybe a salt lick?)

    Fr. Pfeiffer gets a real benefit (more support, more money) by having his organization appear larger than it actually is. So why would he have any incentive to update his links to remove the dead chapels? 30 chapels sounds better than 20, and 20 sounds a lot better than 10. And however many chapels he actually has, you have to remember: he counts any location he has ever been to that is currently "in good standing" with him, even if the number of souls is less than 3.

    It doesn't matter how often that place gets to have Mass -- how long it's been, or how likely he will ever visit that place in the future. If he has supporters there, however few, it's one of his "Mass locations" or whatever term he uses.
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    « Reply #4 on: March 27, 2018, 02:24:04 PM »
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  • When it comes to the # of chapels affiliated with Fr. Pfeiffer, one must take his self-provided figures with a huge grain of salt. (maybe a salt lick?)

    Fr. Pfeiffer gets a real benefit (more support, more money) by having his organization appear larger than it actually is. So why would he have any incentive to update his links to remove the dead chapels? 30 chapels sounds better than 20, and 20 sounds a lot better than 10. And however many chapels he actually has, you have to remember: he counts any location he has ever been to that is currently "in good standing" with him, even if the number of souls is less than 3.

    It doesn't matter how often that place gets to have Mass -- how long it's been, or how likely he will ever visit that place in the future. If he has supporters there, however few, it's one of his "Mass locations" or whatever term he uses.
    What gets me is, how can the few supporters left not see this?
    The last mass he had in MN, there was one person in the "congregation".  ONE. 
    The lack of fr. Robert's sermons online by Pablo clearly indicates that fr. Robert's is more flamboyant than they had hoped.  I pity the young men at OLMC.


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    « Reply #5 on: March 27, 2018, 04:13:28 PM »
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  • I heard from friends in the UK that they have hardly any Masses over there, about once every three months. They have to depend on a sedevacantist priest from Spain plus the annual visit from Fr Pfeiffer. They have grossly exaggerated the number of their chapels. It seems that if Fr Pfeiffer ever made a rest stop in a place that becomes a chapel of theirs! Poor sad cultists. 

    Look up the signs of a cult and you will see that they show many of those signs.

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    « Reply #6 on: March 27, 2018, 06:35:27 PM »
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  • Fr’s Pfeiffer and Hewko believe they are the last ones carrying the torch for the Faith. 
    Those in ‘mainstream’ resistance believe they are..sedes believe they are, and so on. 
    Don't see the Unity of the Faith anywhere. 

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    « Reply #7 on: March 27, 2018, 09:52:00 PM »
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  • Fr’s Pfeiffer and Hewko believe they are the last ones carrying the torch for the Faith.
    Those in ‘mainstream’ resistance believe they are..sedes believe they are, and so on.
    Don't see the Unity of the Faith anywhere.
    You are quite correct in this assessment. The only semblance of unity comes in the almost common distaste for the so-called Feeneyites whose attendance some groups even do not allow at their Masses.


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  • You are quite correct in this assessment. The only semblance of unity comes in the almost common distaste for the so-called Feeneyites whose attendance some groups even do not allow at their Masses.
    Interesting how disunity has come to Tradition all in the name of 'true Faith'.  Disunity alone proves that many Catholics, even those fixed in the safest place in the Catholic Church, have got it all wrong.

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  • Interesting how disunity has come to Tradition all in the name of 'true Faith'.  Disunity alone proves that many Catholics, even those fixed in the safest place in the Catholic Church, have got it all wrong.
    It seems to me that none of the Trad groups seem to believe or even care that we may be in or near the end times and that should be some sort of unity established 

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  • I see unity in the Rosary. 
    Both Trads and Conciliars say it. 
    Mary is honored as Queen by all Catholics, and even those who hold heresies have a chance to renounce them and be saved because they’ve been faithful to Her. 

    Mary is our hope for unity. 


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  • It seems to me that none of the Trad groups seem to believe or even care that we may be in or near the end times and that should be some sort of unity established
    You can't say this if you don't know ALL of the trad groups. Fact is, there is at least one.

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    Re: Fr. Pfeiffers circle is getting smaller
    « Reply #12 on: March 29, 2018, 05:25:24 PM »
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  • Chapter 12 of Daniel.

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    « Reply #13 on: March 29, 2018, 11:05:57 PM »
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  • You can't say this if you don't know ALL of the trad groups. Fact is, there is at least one.
    Yes, there is one, those Dreaded Brothers from NY, hated by all the other Trad groups. But are they wrong?
    People like Hutton Gibson predicted years ago that the SSPX would try to rope into the Modernist corral all the Traditional and then vilify those who resist. Its so obvious considering it's silence during this Bergoglian regime.

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    « Reply #14 on: March 30, 2018, 12:02:36 PM »
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  • Yes, there is one, those Dreaded Brothers from NY, hated by all the other Trad groups. But are they wrong?
    People like Hutton Gibson predicted years ago that the SSPX would try to rope into the Modernist corral all the Traditional and then vilify those who resist. Its so obvious considering it's silence during this Bergoglian regime.
    You think they are trying to unite the Faithful?  All I see, coming from both them and their supporters, is defensiveness and attacks.  That is not Christ like.  I don't believe people who behave non Christ like.

     

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