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Pablo's dominion grows
« on: February 08, 2019, 07:47:08 AM »
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  • Mrs. Blaszak and three of her children.

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    Re: Pablo's dominion grows
    « Reply #1 on: February 08, 2019, 08:47:43 AM »
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  • OK you got me. What was that about?


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    Re: Pablo's dominion grows
    « Reply #2 on: February 08, 2019, 10:10:13 AM »
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  • I’ve met the girl in the habit. She is very young. I pray she is still living with her mother and not staying at the seminary. 

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    « Reply #3 on: February 08, 2019, 10:40:36 AM »
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  • I’ve met the girl in the habit. She is very young. I pray she is still living with her mother and not staying at the seminary.
    The young lady lives in a building behind the priest's house -- pablo also lives in the priest's house.  She used to enter the seminary building all hours of the day and night.
    Her mother lives on seminary property, too, the house across the street, that fr. Pfeiffer bought with benefactor money.

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    « Reply #4 on: February 08, 2019, 10:45:01 AM »
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  • The young lady lives in a building behind the priest's house, where pablo also lives.  She used to enter the seminary building all hours of the day and night.
    Her mother lives on seminary property, too, the house across the street, that fr. Pfeiffer bought with benefactor money.
    I was hoping she’d still be across the road with her mother and not in a backhouse near Pablo   :'(


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    Re: Pablo's dominion grows
    « Reply #5 on: February 08, 2019, 11:48:47 AM »
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  • This is the large-ish Trad family that broke up (parents divorced/separated) after Rose got involved with Fr. Pfeiffer. I don't know the whole story, but I have good reason to believe Pablo encouraged her to stay and helped drive a wedge between the spouses. Whatever benefits Fr. Pfeiffer's organization -- the ends justify the means for this crowd.

    I actually spoke with Mr. Blaszek on the phone and he wanted his wife & family back. So Pablo and Fr. Pfeiffer were to blame for a Trad family breaking up! Disgusting.

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    Re: Pablo's dominion grows
    « Reply #6 on: February 08, 2019, 11:52:17 AM »
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  • These "seminarians" will never be more than coat hangers (something which proudly displays a cassock, but which itself has no right to wear it properly speaking, which comes with Tonsure).

    Without a bishop, these young men will never even be Tonsured, much less receive minor or major Orders.

    Fr. Pfeiffer's whole operation is a disgrace and a joke. It would be hilarious if it wasn't so tragic and souls weren't being harmed.

    I shudder to think about where these children will be in 10 or 15 years. Unfortunately, they will probably be completely apostate. Not even Home Alone. The whole experience will sour them on Tradition and probably the Catholic Faith. Sad.
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    Re: Pablo's dominion grows
    « Reply #7 on: February 08, 2019, 12:45:26 PM »
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  • This is the large-ish Trad family that broke up (parents divorced/separated) after Rose got involved with Fr. Pfeiffer. I don't know the whole story, but I have good reason to believe Pablo encouraged her to stay and helped drive a wedge between the spouses. Whatever benefits Fr. Pfeiffer's organization -- the ends justify the means for this crowd.

    I actually spoke with Mr. Blaszek on the phone and he wanted his wife & family back. So Pablo and Fr. Pfeiffer were to blame for a Trad family breaking up! Disgusting.
    Fr. Pfeiffer (benefactors) paid for her move to KY to get away from her husband.  Indirectly, fr. Pfeiffer paid for her divorce (she was supposed to pay fr. Pfeiffer to rent the house across the street, but paid for her divorce instead).

    She lives in the house across the street that Fr. Pfeiffer benefactors paid for, when they were told the building was to be used for seminarians.

    Pablo has been seen many times driving the golf cart around the property with his arm around mrs. Blaszak.  He has been seen most nights drinking alcohol with her in the garage of the house she lives in, late into the night.

    Pablo's married son lived with this divorcee and her teen daughters for a time, without his wife present.
    Anytime any member of this family wants food, they head to the seminary kitchen, all hours of the day and night, male and female alike, alone. 

     A baby grand piano donated to seminary sits in "the blaszak house".

    We don't know the reason Mr. Blaszak wanted his family back, or whether or not the "legal separation" was legit in the eyes of the Church.  It would be interesting to see the court documents identifying her reason for divorce.


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    Re: Pablo's dominion grows
    « Reply #8 on: February 08, 2019, 12:51:44 PM »
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  • Fr. Pfeiffer (benefactors) paid for her move to KY to get away from her husband.  Indirectly, fr. Pfeiffer paid for her divorce (she was supposed to pay fr. Pfeiffer to rent the house across the street, but paid for her divorce instead).

    She lives in the house across the street that Fr. Pfeiffer benefactors paid for, when they were told the building was to be used for seminarians.

    Pablo has been seen many times driving the golf cart around the property with his arm around mrs. Blaszak.  He has been seen most nights drinking alcohol with her in the garage of the house she lives in, late into the night.

    Pablo's married son lived with this divorcee and her teen daughters for a time, without his wife present.
    Anytime any member of this family wants food, they head to the seminary kitchen, all hours of the day and night, male and female alike, alone.

    I've heard a lot of this from other CI members and/or Mr. Blaszak in the past. None of this comes as a surprise. The situation with Pablo and the Blaszak family is one of the broad categories when speaking of "scandals in Boston, KY".
    A decent priest would not encourage a wife to stay and divorce her husband. Sure, she with her large family provided a lot of "bodies" to the Boston operation (more parishioners, seminarians, supporters, etc.) but a priest should be detached from such things for the greater good.

    Nice to see Fr. Pfeiffer has his priorities straight.  ::)

    Newsflash Fr. Pfeiffer: she's not a widow. Wasting your benefactor's money on supporting them is wrong. Holding up the Blaszak family as an example of your charity is also wrong. YOU are the reason she needs charity. Her husband is quite alive and would like his family back.

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    Re: Pablo's dominion grows
    « Reply #9 on: February 08, 2019, 01:57:37 PM »
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  • The young lady lives in a building behind the priest's house -- pablo lives in the priest's house
    Are you certain this young girl/future religious is living in the same building as Pablo?
    Does anyone else live there?
    I don’t care how bad it is at OLMC how in the world would Mrs Blaszac allow her young daughter to live under the same roof as a grown man, let alone a Pablo?
    Anyone else close to the situation should be raising hell on this one. Unexceptable!

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    « Reply #10 on: February 08, 2019, 02:05:40 PM »
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  •  Her husband is quite alive and would like his family back.
    Her husband died recently.


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    Re: Pablo's dominion grows
    « Reply #11 on: February 08, 2019, 02:07:45 PM »
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  • Are you certain this young girl/future religious is living in the same building as Pablo?
    Does anyone else live there?
    I don’t care how bad it is at OLMC how in the world would Mrs Blaszac allow her young daughter to live under the same roof as a grown man, let alone a Pablo?
    Anyone else close to the situation should be raising hell on this one. Unexceptable!
    Comma in the wrong spot.

    She is living in a building right behind the priory with another young lady from colorado, supposedly starting a "convent" on seminary grounds.

    Pablo lives in the priory with the priests.

    Both the above are not allowed in the Church.

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    « Reply #12 on: February 08, 2019, 02:07:59 PM »
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  • Are you certain this young girl/future religious is living in the same building as Pablo?
    Does anyone else live there?
    I don’t care how bad it is at OLMC how in the world would Mrs Blaszac allow her young daughter to live under the same roof as a grown man, let alone a Pablo?
    Anyone else close to the situation should be raising hell on this one. Unexceptable!

    As soon as anyone complains about something like this, they're "out" and then they're part of The Enemy.

    They can come on CathInfo and give their first-hand evidence, but everyone will dismiss it because they left Boston and so they're just "ax-grinding".

    It doesn't matter how much you love the truth or how many years you spent with Fr. Pfeiffer. Once you say "enough is enough!" you become the enemy and he begins badmouthing you as well.

    It's funny, because such people merely condemn themselves. Take Fr. Voigt for example. Fr. Pfeiffer & his operation said all manner of evil against Fr. Voigt, slandering his good name. However, they didn't say a peep against him while he was still helping out at the seminary and saying some Masses for Fr. P.

    If Fr. Voigt is so bad, then why did they remain silent for so long? Hmmmm?

    See what I mean? It's not difficult to get to the truth of the matter. Just use your brain, apply logic, and pray about it. The truth CAN be known.

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    Re: Pablo's dominion grows
    « Reply #13 on: February 08, 2019, 02:10:07 PM »
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  • Her husband died recently.
    But she has been living in that house for years, at a cost to benefactors.   Her divorce was finalized in the last year, her husband died within the last month, approx.

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  • But she has been living in that house for years, at a cost to benefactors.   Her divorce was finalized in the last year, her husband died within the last month, approx.
    How sad.
    Now Fr. Pfeiffer can get full benefit from having a widow on the premises, plus all the kids she has to be nuns, seminarians, and altar servers. Lots of warm bodies to pad his cult numbers.

     

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