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Re: Father Starbuck now head of chapel at OLHC in Garden Grove
« Reply #45 on: November 27, 2021, 06:05:17 PM »
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  • The "normative protocol" that people should cover their faces when they cough and sneeze?  Yes.  That was the "normative protocol" when I was a boy too.  In fact, here in the Midwest, almost everyone does that.  But this priest is in California.  I don't think they teach common courtesies and politeness there.
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    No, that's not what I meant. Yeah, obviously people should cover their mouth when they cough or sneeze, and people do that in California just like anywhere else. I meant the part about people not being allowed to cough or sneeze in church, and the idea that someone with a chronic cough needs the priest's permission to attend church. I am very surprised to hear that such things were the norm when he was a boy. I have never heard of this being done anywhere.

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    Re: Father Starbuck now head of chapel at OLHC in Garden Grove
    « Reply #46 on: November 27, 2021, 06:08:36 PM »
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    No, that's not what I meant. Yeah, obviously people should cover their mouth when they cough or sneeze, and people do that in California just like anywhere else. I meant the part about people not being allowed to cough or sneeze in church, and the idea that someone with a chronic cough needs the priest's permission to attend church. I am very surprised to hear that such things were the norm when he was a boy. I have never heard of this being done anywhere.
    Now that is just plain absurd!!!!  :laugh1:  Something tells me this Fr. Starbuck isn't all there.  The coffee's hot, but it doesn't have any caffeine.


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    Re: Father Starbuck now head of chapel at OLHC in Garden Grove
    « Reply #47 on: November 27, 2021, 06:35:50 PM »
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  • Sunday, November 28 2021

    Dear Parishioners,
     
     In order to assist you in your First Friday/Saturday devotions, I have developed the following plan. This coming (First) Friday and Saturday I will be available in the confessional at 8:00 a.m. Only one person at a time will be allowed in the church. My assistant will monitor those going to the confessional. At 9:00 a.m. the church will be opened for a brief Communion service. People should leave within 10 minutes of receiving Communion. As to First Saturday, anyone unable to fulfill the devotion on Saturday may do so on Sunday this month by decree of this unworthy priest. In the words of Sister Lucy (speaking the words given to her), "The practice of this devotion will be equally acceptable on the Sunday following the First Saturday when My Priests, for a just cause, allow it to souls." Finally, there will obviously be no Eucharistic adoration this month. That will continue in January.
     
     Mass will be live-streamed on Sunday (tomorrow) at 10:00 a.m. I ask that the church be empty at 9:15 a.m. (Individuals praying in the chapel on Thanksgiving Day contributed to the delay in Mass starting on time.)
     
     Please do not forget the financial needs of the church at this time. Again, checks should be made to OLHC (not to me), and sent to my PO box. If you have envelopes, please use them. (FYI, these will remain sealed until they are processed.)
     
     The following are protocols for families with coughing children: Mothers have the most difficult task of any of us in understanding how their childrens' symptoms should be interpreted. The following criteria should be adequate to answer the question. Children with chronic coughs of more than 10 days and who are fever-free may attend church. Children with coughs lasting less than 10 days or who have a fever should not attend church, nor should their parents. However, children who have tested negative for Coronavirus within 72 hours and who otherwise have mild symptoms may attend Mass along with their families.
     
     I believe that Fr. Wiest is recovering slowly but surely. Contrary to rumor, he is still in the hospital. It appears to me that this is going to be a slow recovery. He has had a very lonely stay in the hospital, and has suffered greatly. Please keep him in your prayers.
     
     In our Lord,
     
     Fr. Starbuck
     
     P.S. For updates from Angela Siffron please email her at: Churchlady@neptuneplumbing.com directly. I will send updates to her, which she will forward via the server list. In other words, do not contact me to be on this list. Please be sure to keep Angela updated on Covid cases in the parish.



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    Re: Father Starbuck now head of chapel at OLHC in Garden Grove
    « Reply #48 on: November 27, 2021, 08:00:13 PM »
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  • Sounds like Fr. Starbuck has bought the propaganda hook, line, and sinker.  

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    Re: Father Starbuck now head of chapel at OLHC in Garden Grove
    « Reply #49 on: November 27, 2021, 09:28:03 PM »
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  • Was Fr. S conditionally reordained?

    He was conditionally ordained by Bp. Zendejas. He wrote something about it which was reposted here on CI some years ago. 


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    Re: Father Starbuck now head of chapel at OLHC in Garden Grove
    « Reply #50 on: November 27, 2021, 11:20:51 PM »
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    Huh? I have never heard of such a thing. Has anyone else?
    Never heard such stupidity before. This seems insane to me. 
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    Re: Father Starbuck now head of chapel at OLHC in Garden Grove
    « Reply #51 on: November 27, 2021, 11:26:21 PM »
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  • You might convince me that COVID exists, but no one has made a good case that the COVID testing is worth anything more than a puff of gas from the south end of a north-bound cow.

    PCR testing? Seriously? Have you even PAID ATTENTION? Have you read anything on the subject? This particular aspect of the COVID madness is pretty cut-and-dried, I must say.

    I'll repeat for the millionth time: the INVENTOR of PCR testing is on video (before his death) saying that the test is NOT to be used to diagnose illness or active infection. It will find fragments of DNA, that is it. And the more "cycles" are applied, the easier it is to find just about anything in the sample. We all have detritus from countless defeated bacteria and viruses floating around our bloodstream. "Anything over 30 cycles is worthless". Remember?
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    Re: Father Starbuck now head of chapel at OLHC in Garden Grove
    « Reply #52 on: November 27, 2021, 11:30:44 PM »
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    The following are protocols for families with coughing children: Mothers have the most difficult task of any of us in understanding how their childrens' symptoms should be interpreted. The following criteria should be adequate to answer the question. Children with chronic coughs of more than 10 days and who are fever-free may attend church. Children with coughs lasting less than 10 days or who have a fever should not attend church, nor should their parents. However, children who have tested negative for Coronavirus within 72 hours and who otherwise have mild symptoms may attend Mass along with their families.


    what?
    Who knows better than a mother how to interpret her child’s symptoms. I am even more convinced that this is a case of insanity.

    This should be compulsory reading for every person buying into the nonsense that Father believes.
    https://www.cathinfo.com/fighting-errors-in-the-modern-world/why-do-people-willingly-sacrifice-their-freedoms/
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    Re: Father Starbuck now head of chapel at OLHC in Garden Grove
    « Reply #53 on: November 28, 2021, 02:05:07 AM »
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  • They have so many different things coming down the pike.

    However, one thing to consider and keep in mind is the war strategy they have drawn up where they release a bioweapon to strike key players in a community and use that to break up and disperse the community.

    See this video of a talk given at Lawrence Livermore Weapons Lab at the 6 minute mark describing how to create a false pandemic by this method:

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/0XYDL1Ck0E8Q/

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    Re: Father Starbuck now head of chapel at OLHC in Garden Grove
    « Reply #54 on: November 28, 2021, 02:11:21 AM »
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  • the war strategy they have drawn up where they release a bioweapon to strike key players in a community and use that to break up and disperse the community.

    How do you release a bioweapon to strike "key players in a community"?  It's not a blow dart or a missile! A bioweapon will SPREAD from human to human, including back to themselves.

    If it is truly deadly (NOTE: Covid was very much NOT) and untreatable, not only will those "key players" and "community leaders" die, but countless legions of the plebs and common riff-raff that keep this country running. You know, gas at the gas station, stuff on the shelves, police keeping criminals at bay, firefighters putting out fires, and everything staying normal and civilized.

    As I said in another thread, the multi-trillionaire elite will find that their advantages over us will evaporate almost completely -- their wealth will be worthless -- if a collapse is caused, and we all go back to the Law of the Jungle.

    These elite are NOT super fit martial arts masters, ninjas, or Special Forces. Quite the opposite, in most cases. Look at Zuckerberg. In a mad max or collapse scenario, he'd be one of the first to go.

    What good are trillions in the bank, if there is nowhere to vacation, store shelves are empty everywhere, etc.? Unless your wealth takes the form of food and a private army. But even then -- what is so special about YOU unless you have some serious charisma. Another more capable guy could αssαssιnαtҽ you and take over easily.
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    Re: Father Starbuck now head of chapel at OLHC in Garden Grove
    « Reply #55 on: November 28, 2021, 02:22:17 AM »
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  • How do you release a bioweapon to strike "key players in a community"?  It's not a blow dart or a missile! A bioweapon will SPREAD from human to human, including back to themselves.


    Not all bioweapons are like what you are describing.

    You'd have to listen to his talk and Dr Charles Morgan at Westpoint to get the picture.

    They can do precise targeting and it's not contagious to mass numbers of people.

    And yes, they can even do blowdarts.

    What spreads is the fear.

    They go on the news and describe the symptoms and everyone "gets" the disease the next time they feel sick.

    Then they get a bogus PCR test and voila!  It's a confirmed case.

    The overall death rates in 2020 were not higher than previous years and flu was at near zero.

    Plus there is graphene poisoning from various methods.


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    Re: Father Starbuck now head of chapel at OLHC in Garden Grove
    « Reply #56 on: November 28, 2021, 02:40:09 PM »
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  • Was Fr. S conditionally reordained?

    Which Fr. S did you mean? I assumed you were referring to Fr Sretenovic in my first response, but if you were referring to Fr. Starbuck, I have heard that he has not been conditionally ordained. 

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    Re: Father Starbuck now head of chapel at OLHC in Garden Grove
    « Reply #57 on: November 28, 2021, 04:55:39 PM »
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  • When I posted I meant Fr. Sretenovic, then realized that there were 2 Fr. S's, but left it as is as I also wondered about Fr. Starbuck, so thanks for answering for both Fathers.
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    Re: Father Starbuck now head of chapel at OLHC in Garden Grove
    « Reply #58 on: November 28, 2021, 05:08:44 PM »
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  • When I posted I meant Fr. Sretenovic, then realized that there were 2 Fr. S's, but left it as is as I also wondered about Fr. Starbuck, so thanks for answering for both Fathers.

    You're welcome!

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    Re: Father Starbuck now head of chapel at OLHC in Garden Grove
    « Reply #59 on: November 29, 2021, 06:51:20 PM »
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  • This from another thread is exactly what Father Starbuck is trying to prevent among the aged and infirm of OLHC.

    Bishop Faure Deteriorating
    « on: Today at 12:49:10 PM »

    Update this morning:

    "Despite yesterday's improvement, which made one think that he would soon be released from the hospital, today's news is not so good.
    The monsignor is being intubated right now.
    The doctor himself told me two days ago that the oxygen was going well, but the body, which was in "forced march" to compensate for the lack, supported by the oxygen mask, finally could not continue. It is therefore necessary to put him under artificial respiration, through a tube that goes directly into the trachea (hence the word intubation). This requires a general anesthesia (also called an artificial coma).
    This anaesthesia can, in the best of cases, last about a week, in the other 3 weeks, even a month.
    The goal is to keep the body supplied with enough oxygen while it continues to fight the virus.
    The problem is how long it will take the body to fight the virus, also knowing that Monsignor is diabetic, and that represents an already weakened immune system.
    The Monsignor was in his right mind before the intubation procedure, and according to a doctor specializing in anesthesia, coming out of anesthesia in this case is not a real danger.
    Let us continue to pray that God will hasten his recovery as soon as possible.
    Abbe Perez."

    Prayers requested.


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