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Offline Matthew

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Calling out the member "St. Peter"
« on: February 13, 2020, 07:00:39 PM »
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  • I believe you are the matriarch of the K_____i family.
    Your e-mail address is that of one of the parents -- not one of the children. We have that e-mail address down as C. K.

    I found your e-mail address on a Traditio listing of those "seeking an independent priest for their chapel". And of course I know what state you live in; I've met many of your family before. Why would one of the children be the e-mail contact for the family's chapel?

    I know the mother is no stranger to the Internet/e-mail and has had an e-mail address -- in fact, the same e-mail address -- for years.

    No lies, no mental reservations. I want to know who you really are.

    If you're really "one of the kiddos" you must be using Mom or Dad's e-mail address.
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    Re: Calling out the member "St. Peter"
    « Reply #1 on: February 13, 2020, 07:54:21 PM »
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  • Yup.
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    Re: Calling out the member "St. Peter"
    « Reply #2 on: February 14, 2020, 08:08:05 AM »
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    Response via Private Message:

    It is sinful to do what you have done publicly.
    You are an evil person.
    Please delete my account.  

    As expected, now that I've cornered you, the jig is up.

    1. I don't recall a commandment about "Thou Shalt Not Oppose or Criticize the K_____i Matriarch".

    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.
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    Re: Calling out the member "St. Peter"
    « Reply #3 on: February 14, 2020, 09:13:45 AM »
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    I'll ban you though.
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    Re: Calling out the member "St. Peter"
    « Reply #4 on: February 14, 2020, 09:48:38 AM »
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  • I believe you are the matriarch of the K_____i family.
    Your e-mail address is that of one of the parents -- not one of the children. We have that e-mail address down as C. K.

    I found your e-mail address on a Traditio listing of those "seeking an independent priest for their chapel". And of course I know what state you live in; I've met many of your family before. Why would one of the children be the e-mail contact for the family's chapel?

    I know the mother is no stranger to the Internet/e-mail and has had an e-mail address -- in fact, the same e-mail address -- for years.

    No lies, no mental reservations. I want to know who you really are.

    If you're really "one of the kiddos" you must be using Mom or Dad's e-mail address.
    Who is this family? What does that have to do with CI? Sorry I’m just in ignorance as to  what you’re  referring to
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    Offline Matthew

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    Re: Calling out the member "St. Peter"
    « Reply #5 on: February 14, 2020, 11:17:47 AM »
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  • Who is this family? What does that have to do with CI? Sorry I’m just in ignorance as to  what you’re  referring to

    Multiple members of that family have been on CI over the years. I'd say that's plenty to do with CI.
    The family has a "home chapel" in the Dallas, TX area. Last I heard, they were hosting that newly ordained African priest (Francis, I believe it was?) -- with a very questionable formation, much of which took place at Boston KY, and who was ordained by a questionable Thuc-line bishop.

    You can stay in ignorance of the family name. My only point was that I know who she is.
    It really has nothing to do with you. MYOB.
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    Re: Calling out the member "St. Peter"
    « Reply #6 on: February 14, 2020, 11:56:01 AM »
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  • Multiple members of that family have been on CI over the years. I'd say that's plenty to do with CI.
    The family has a "home chapel" in the Dallas, TX area. Last I heard, they were hosting that newly ordained African priest (Francis, I believe it was?) -- with a very questionable formation, much of which took place at Boston KY, and who was ordained by a questionable Thuc-line bishop.

    You can stay in ignorance of the family name. My only point was that I know who she is.
    It really has nothing to do with you. MYOB.
    Er, if you want us to "mind our own business", then maybe you shouldn't be posting it publicly? 
    To those of us who don't know that family or anything about them, this just seems like some random public intimidation for no reason. The fact that you dislike their priest isn't really a solid explanation for that.

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    Re: Calling out the member "St. Peter"
    « Reply #7 on: February 14, 2020, 01:35:47 PM »
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  • Er, if you want us to "mind our own business", then maybe you shouldn't be posting it publicly?
    To those of us who don't know that family or anything about them, this just seems like some random public intimidation for no reason. The fact that you dislike their priest isn't really a solid explanation for that.

    1. I didn't give their last name out, so those who don't know them will continue to not know them.

    2. This person has already caused confusion on CI due to questions about their identity and even their gender -- so I have to deal with this somewhat publicly.

    3. It's not a question of liking or disliking their priest. Months ago, a thread on CI discussed their priest as being from Pfeifferville, the pedigree of the bishop who ordained him, etc. A priest is a public man and his training/ordination are matters of public record. The Trad Faithful need to know what priests are valid, which priests are well trained in Tradition including proper philosophy/theology, etc.
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    Re: Calling out the member "St. Peter"
    « Reply #8 on: February 14, 2020, 01:41:36 PM »
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  • 1. I didn't give their last name out, so those who don't know them will continue to not know them.

    2. This person has already caused confusion on CI due to questions about their identity and even their gender -- so I have to deal with this somewhat publicly.

    3. It's not a question of liking or disliking their priest. Months ago, a thread on CI discussed their priest as being from Pfeifferville, the pedigree of the bishop who ordained him, etc. A priest is a public man and his training/ordination are matters of public record. The Trad Faithful need to know what priests are valid, which priests are well trained in Tradition including proper philosophy/theology, etc.
    As an outsider looking in I took the original question as just wondering who the person was, not as an attack. If some people know who it is and others don’t, I guess that makes sense.
    And to be clear I am not even asking to know 

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    Re: Calling out the member "St. Peter"
    « Reply #9 on: February 14, 2020, 01:44:32 PM »
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  • 1. I didn't give their last name out, so those who don't know them will continue to not know them.

    2. This person has already caused confusion on CI due to questions about their identity and even their gender -- so I have to deal with this somewhat publicly.

    3. It's not a question of liking or disliking their priest. Months ago, a thread on CI discussed their priest as being from Pfeifferville, the pedigree of the bishop who ordained him, etc. A priest is a public man and his training/ordination are matters of public record. The Trad Faithful need to know what priests are valid, which priests are well trained in Tradition including proper philosophy/theology, etc.

    Looks like Pfeifferian refugees are popping up like dandelions (i.e., There is a thread in the anonymous sub-forum about one "ordained" by "Bishop" Macek who is being challenged on his alleged 5-year stint in the SSPX, then a year in Pfeifferville, then suddenly gets "ordained" by one of the more dubious Thuc lines, denies being sede, and pops up in Monsignor Perez's chapel!).

    Anyway, "St. Peter" came here to make trouble.  That much is obvious:  

    Falsely registering as a man to throw Matthew off the scent, then digging out the stupidest and most obscure article against +BW by an Arizaga supporter from a blog nobody had ever heard of, as though she was just, you know, curious what y'all thought about it (Hey, I read obscure Spanish-language blogs with a monthly readership of 100 people all the time).

    Was something about the +Lienhart consecration of +Lefebvre coming next?
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    Re: Calling out the member "St. Peter"
    « Reply #10 on: February 14, 2020, 06:15:37 PM »
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  • Multiple members of that family have been on CI over the years. I'd say that's plenty to do with CI.
    The family has a "home chapel" in the Dallas, TX area. Last I heard, they were hosting that newly ordained African priest (Francis, I believe it was?) -- with a very questionable formation, much of which took place at Boston KY, and who was ordained by a questionable Thuc-line bishop.

    You can stay in ignorance of the family name. My only point was that I know who she is.
    It really has nothing to do with you. MYOB.
    Lol at MYOB given the circumstances. I didn’t ask for the family name. If you’re going to make a public thread about this, I don’t think it’s unfair to ask what it’s about( which is all I was doing)
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    Re: Calling out the member "St. Peter"
    « Reply #11 on: February 14, 2020, 06:17:30 PM »
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  • Er, if you want us to "mind our own business", then maybe you shouldn't be posting it publicly?
    To those of us who don't know that family or anything about them, this just seems like some random public intimidation for no reason. The fact that you dislike their priest isn't really a solid explanation for that.
    Exactly
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    Account-names/Re: Calling out the member "St. Peter"
    « Reply #12 on: February 17, 2020, 03:00:20 PM »
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  • 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]" [#], "Pope[someone]" [#], "Bishop[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.

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    Note #: 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").

    Note *: 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.

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    Re: Calling out the member "St. Peter"
    « Reply #13 on: February 18, 2020, 05:59:23 AM »
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    Note *: 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.

    Bishop Bruno is awesome. I injured my eye pretty bad about 4 years ago, it was so bad that even a day after I injured it, I was driving and the pain made me feel like I was going to throw up, and the blurring affected my good eye to the point I almost had to pull over. Fortunately, I only had about a mile to go to my destination. Anyway, Bishop Bruno told me online to ask St. Lucy (patron of people with eye injuries & problems) to pray & intercede for my eye, and within 24 hours my eye was almost completely healed. Thank you Bishop Bruno and St. Lucy.


     

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