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Offline Aragon

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Ridgefield and Post Falls attendees
« on: March 14, 2013, 01:24:21 AM »
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  • In this video at around 22 minutes Fr. Pfeiffer claims Ridgefield has lost 100-200 faithful to the indult and Post Falls 300 to the indult.

    Those seem like awfully large numbers. Can anyone confirm if this is true or not?


    Offline Neil Obstat

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    « Reply #1 on: March 14, 2013, 02:18:57 AM »
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  • I don't know about these specific figures, but in general terms, it has
    been shown again and again, all over the world, that NovusOrdo
    bishops do not provide Indultery Masses for the purpose of serving the
    Faithful with the sacraments, but rather for the purpose of drawing
    away the Faithful from independent chapels, or SSPX chapels, or any
    other CTLM venue.  There are numerous examples.  

    Usually, the Novordiens are careful not to admit their intentions in
    public, because then the truth will be embarassing, and if it "gets out"
    then their deception will suffer.  So to propagate their deception, they
    work in the dark, like the cockroaches they are.  

    There have been times when their intentions have "slipped out"
    though, and it is these times that the truth would be known.  Plus, it all
    adds up.

    When you attend any Indultery Mass, you do not hear any sermons
    that are critical of religious liberty, Vat.II, the Newmass, ecumenism,
    Sodomites or pederasty among the clergy, or any of the other errors
    that are found in the post-Conciliar menagerie.

    So it is obvious that since this is the trend that the bishops are wont to
    promote, it makes perfect sense that they would want to draw the
    Faithful away from other chapels where they will hear this stuff.  

    Thus the continuity in the method and the message.  In this context,
    100, 200 or 300 does not sound like unreasonable numbers.  They
    might be a bit inflated, but they are not unbelievable.


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    Offline bowler

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    « Reply #2 on: March 14, 2013, 09:11:10 AM »
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  • Quote from: Aragon
    In this video at around 22 minutes Fr. Pfeiffer claims Ridgefield has lost 100-200 faithful to the indult and Post Falls 300 to the indult.

    Those seem like awfully large numbers. Can anyone confirm if this is true or not?



    Someone from those two locations will have to answer your question.

    Meanwhile, from my observations, since the lifting of the excommunications I see the new people coming to mass are Novus Ordo types that want the SSPX to be regularized so they can come without reservations to the SSPX mass. They come because our high mass service is well orchestrated, and it is the closest most convenient Latin Mass.

    Therefore, the faithful leaving the SSPX for the indult, may be offset by the Novus Ordos and indulters coming from outside of the SSPX. As far as who loses people, the SSPX or the Indult mass centers, it will all depend on who is more of a convenient drive for the population centers. And who has the prettiest church, prettiest mass, the best breakfast, the most after mass recreation (basketball tennis volleyball courts, swimming pools, parks, etc.). Just like the Protestants they will have to compete to get the clientele.

     

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