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Offline Benzel

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« on: March 22, 2016, 09:29:08 AM »
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  • THREE AND THREE

    DAY 19: GOD SPOKE:



    DAY 20: AND ALSO THE DEVIL SPOKE:



    http://sspx-mc-elpaso.blogspot.mx/2016/03/ven-maria-de-agreda-catholic-mission-el.html


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    « Reply #1 on: March 22, 2016, 09:49:56 AM »
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  • I remember the first thread that was put here about "bishop" Ambrose, there was one poster that stated that stated that Fr. Cardozo was present the first time that the "bishop" came to Boston. It's really hard to find that post because so many subsequent posts were made about Moran. If anybody can link that here, I would really appreciate it.


    I suspect that Boston sent Ignatio to send for Fr. Cardozo in an attempt to get to Dom Thomas and create as many possible rifts and seperate people from the bishop. Dom Thomas, of course, is much smarter than that, but it looks like Fr. Cardozo fell for it. He went to the U.S. and was manipulated to turn against the bishops and his brother priests. It really is a shame. It is evident that it happened this way because he began sending emails, as Fr. Cardozo claims, back in October, long before the Eleison Comments that caused him so much grief. Meanwhile, the sedevacantists even agree with Dom Thomas and the bishop's position about the possibilit of miracles in the valid New Masses, proving that this band of misfits has no clue.

    It would be nice to have the time to translate the 36 pages of Fr. Ortiz's study to Portuguese, so that Brazil would know what traitors these three are to the Catholic Faith.
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    « Reply #2 on: March 22, 2016, 11:42:35 AM »
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    THREE AND THREE
    DAY 20: AND ALSO THE DEVIL SPOKE:





    All that is missing is the white zucchetto...

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    « Reply #3 on: March 22, 2016, 12:02:27 PM »
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  • Fr. Cardozo was not present in KY during any of "archbishop" Ambrose's visits there.

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    « Reply #4 on: March 23, 2016, 01:36:45 PM »
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    I suspect that Boston sent Ignatio to send for Fr. Cardozo in an attempt to get to Dom Thomas and create as many possible rifts and seperate people from the bishop. Dom Thomas, of course, is much smarter than that, but it looks like Fr. Cardozo fell for it.


    I am happy to inform you that Inacio was not doing the bidding of Fr. Pfeiffer when he met with Fr. Cardozo. Inacio is a good Catholic and no servant of Pfeifferville.


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    « Reply #5 on: March 23, 2016, 01:54:51 PM »
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    THREE AND THREE
    DAY 20: AND ALSO THE DEVIL SPOKE:





    All that is missing is the white zucchetto...


    You're absolutely right; with Fr. Pfeiffer's behavior over the past couple years, I could easily see him going full-on Pope Michael on us. He's already extreme in position, isolated from all others, and extremely stubborn and self-righteous. And he insists on wearing a white cassock... (I know, it's because "I'm still in the SSPX, Asian district, and Bishop Fellay is my superior.")

    What are the differences, if any, between Fr. Pfeiffer and Pope Michael, aside from the fact that Pope Michael has already claimed to be elected pope?

    Remember, Pope Michael sprung from the SSPX as well...
    And they both have supportive parents who helped their "apostolates" by offering their "boomerang kid" cleric sons a place to stay, food, laundry service, etc.


    Also, it's funny how there's exactly three of them.

    There have been other famous groups of three:

    The three stooges
    Three blind mice (the three stooges even used this for their theme song)
    The three musketeers
    The good, the bad, and the ugly
    Huey, dewey, and louie (ducklings, nephews of Donald Duck)
    The Marx brothers
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    « Reply #6 on: March 23, 2016, 02:09:43 PM »
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    They both have supportive parents who helped their "apostolates".


     Do Mr and Mrs Pfeiffer still support the apostolate after all that has traspired recently?

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    « Reply #7 on: March 23, 2016, 02:22:11 PM »
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    They both have supportive parents who helped their "apostolates".


     Do Mr and Mrs Pfeiffer still support the apostolate after all that has traspired recently?


    Well, Fr. Pfeiffer is still there, is he not? If they stopped supporting him, then Fr. Pfeiffer, his group and his seminarians would all be thrown out on their ear.

    The Pfeiffer ranch is owned by Mr. & Mrs. Pfeiffer, the parents of the Fathers Pfeiffer.

    That's why Pablo was trying to get them to turn over the property to Fr. Pfeiffer NOW, before their deaths. It would give Fr. Pfeiffer a bit more power, obviously.
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    « Reply #8 on: March 23, 2016, 02:52:07 PM »
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  • A lot of estrogen at that mission chapel --

    "Ven. Maria de Agreda Traditional Catholic Mission - El Paso, Texas"

    So they name their chapel not after a Saint, but rather the author of their favorite book of private revelation.

    Now that is something only a woman would do!

    Any men at that mission are just along for the ride, you can tell.

    The men are in the back; one of them is completely hidden. And there are only 2 of them!

    Seriously, does Fr. Pfeiffer bring along an altar server when he says Mass for them?

    P.S. This really shows how small Fr. Pfeiffer's groups have become. Note that they have THREE priests here. If this group had anyone else to dig up, anyone in the periphery (friends, weak supporters, family members, etc.), you'd think they would have been there for an "event" of this magnitude. I mean, they have THREE PRIESTS visiting. You'd think they could get some people to come just for that.

    What is their turnout like when it's just one priest saying Sunday Mass? 2 or 3?
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