2. I'll give you the same answer that I've given everyone else who has asked for an account deletion over the years: No. I'll ban you though.
Considering the undisclosed identity of the member under discussion, I suppose it's a reasonable occasion for me to comment that I've been amazed, for many years, that you allow account-names
in the form "Saint
[someone]", or "Father
[someone]", who in most instances they certainly are not
The only plausible exceptions would be for the latter 2 examples: Only living clergy
would be allowed--possibly even required--to use their own names, but only if they provided you with information that allowed you to verify their identity, even if there are doubts about their orders from an SSPX perspective (e.g., Bp. Bruno [*
], Fr. Longenecker, Fr. Z).
But in wrapping up, I feel obligated to concede openly that this ain't my Web site, so the most I can do is recommend
: Where my proposed prohibition would include names of the Blessèd Mother (e.g., Lady of Fatima), and names without the titles "Saint" or "Pope" (e.g., "Peter Damian", "Pius V").
: Bp. Bruno, who was consecrated by Bp. Patrick Taylor (the latter now a few years deceased), is noteworthy for having endured attacks to his reputation under the cowardly cover of the CathInfo
"Anonymous" forum a few years ago.