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Title: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Matto on July 24, 2020, 05:19:05 PM
http://www.suscipedomine.com/forum/index.php?topic=24280.msg507833#msg507833 (http://www.suscipedomine.com/forum/index.php?topic=24280.msg507833#msg507833)

So Tɾυmρ chose Taylor Marshall for some committee to help him win the Catholic vote. I think this is significant. I imagine it will introduce more conservatives into the world of traditional Catholicism. He has also talked about Archbishop Vigano as well.
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: SeanJohnson on July 24, 2020, 05:54:54 PM
http://www.suscipedomine.com/forum/index.php?topic=24280.msg507833#msg507833 (http://www.suscipedomine.com/forum/index.php?topic=24280.msg507833#msg507833)

So Tɾυmρ chose Taylor Marshall for some committee to help him win the Catholic vote. I think this is significant. I imagine it will introduce more conservatives into the world of traditional Catholicism. He has also talked about Archbishop Vigano as well.
Proves he not really a trad.
Never heard of him before a year ago, and as far as I can tell, he's just an indulterer.
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Matto on July 24, 2020, 05:57:30 PM
Proves he not really a trad.
Never heard of him before a year ago, and as far as I can tell, he's just an indulterer.
He is seemingly drifting. He started out Anglican, then went Opus Dei, then indulter, and now he is entering into the waters of the SSPX. I think he is half indult, half SSPX now. In a year if he continues to drift, who knows where he will be. I also do not trust him, largely because of his strange rise to fame out of nowhere in these times of peril, and it would be funny if he was indeed an Infiltrator who wrote a book called "Infiltration", but he has quickly become the biggest name in the Latin Mass world of any layman. So I would call him the McDonalds of the trad world (or Latin Mass world if you refuse to allow indulters into the trad tent). I'm lovin' it.
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: SeanJohnson on July 24, 2020, 06:14:46 PM
He is seemingly drifting. He started out Anglican, then went Opus Dei, then indulter, and now he is entering into the waters of the SSPX. I think he is half indult, half SSPX now. In a year if he continues to drift, who knows where he will be. I also do not trust him, largely because of his strange rise to fame out of nowhere in these times of peril, and it would be funny if he was indeed an Infiltrator who wrote a book called "Infiltration", but he has quickly become the biggest name in the Latin Mass world of any layman. So I would call him the McDonalds of the trad world (or Latin Mass world if you refuse to allow indulters into the trad tent). I'm lovin' it.
Yeah.  I found his book laying on a table in the basement of my SSPX chapel (go figure), and picked it up to read the preface/introduction, and it was by Bishop Schneider (!)...talking about false shepherds...except that Schneider is himself a conciliarist who wants to save Vatican II!!!
Talk about confused (charitable interpretation)!
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: RomanCatholic1953 on July 24, 2020, 06:18:02 PM
Listen Tradcast 028 in which Taylor Marshal's book INFILTRATION is reviewed:

It is not a positive review.

I was one of the unlucky persons that purchased a copy.

https://novusordowatch.org/2020/07/tradcast-028/
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: MiserereMei on July 25, 2020, 01:43:58 PM
Most conversions don't happen overnight. God's ways are not our ways. Let's keep praying for the conversion of sinners.
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Incredulous on July 25, 2020, 02:20:38 PM

Folks, don't fall for for for it!


Taylor Marshall is Opus Dei. 

Opus judei (http://callmejorgebergoglio.blogspot.com/2020/04/)

Through his own writings, he embraces the communist Jose Escriva's theology.
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Venantius0518 on July 25, 2020, 10:04:24 PM
He is seemingly drifting. He started out Anglican, then went Opus Dei, then indulter, and now he is entering into the waters of the SSPX. I think he is half indult, half SSPX now. In a year if he continues to drift, who knows where he will be. I also do not trust him, largely because of his strange rise to fame out of nowhere in these times of peril, and it would be funny if he was indeed an Infiltrator who wrote a book called "Infiltration", but he has quickly become the biggest name in the Latin Mass world of any layman. So I would call him the McDonalds of the trad world (or Latin Mass world if you refuse to allow indulters into the trad tent). I'm lovin' it.
He's been going sspx because the dallas and fort worth diocese have not opened their doors yet.  Still no mass.
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Incredulous on July 25, 2020, 10:37:51 PM

Some will argue that Dr. Taylor is experiencing a “pilgrimage of grace”.

They claim, he’s awakening to Roman Catholic tradition.

If so, he needs to renounce his public endorsements of Opus Dei and expound upon their errors.

As a credible trad media figure, he is obligated to expose Opus Dei for what they are... a secret society within the Consiliar Church.
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Cera on July 26, 2020, 04:14:25 PM
Some will argue that Dr. Taylor is experiencing a “pilgrimage of grace”.

They claim, he’s awakening to Roman Catholic tradition.

If so, he needs to renounce his public endorsements of Opus Dei and expound upon their errors.

As a credible trad media figure, he is obligated to expose Opus Dei for what they are... a secret society within the Consiliar Church.
If you are going to call him out, it's only fair that you also call out Atila Guimaraes, TIA, who also has never disavowed Opus Dei.
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: maccabeansoft on July 26, 2020, 06:41:44 PM
Taylor Marshall is a parishioner at the Mater Dei Catholic Church which is run by the Fraternity of St. Peter. The FSSP started in 1988 when 12 priests left the SSPX because they disagreed with Bishop Marcel Lefebvre's consecrations of the four bishops. It does seem Taylor Marshall has become more open to the SSPX recently which is good. But, I wouldn't jump on the Taylor Marshall train so quickly. We'll just have to see.

At least Tɾυmρ didn't choose a liberal catholic for his committee to get the catholic vote like Sara Hutchinson Ratcliffe or Bishop Blase J. Cupich or Cardinal Joseph W. Tobin or any liberal franciscan friar for that matter.
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Ladislaus on July 26, 2020, 06:49:37 PM
Proves he not really a trad.

I don't think so.  I doubt that Tɾυmρ is acquainted with the nuances of disagreements among various flavors of conservative/Traditional Catholic.  He was probably chosen for his online ratings.
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Incredulous on July 26, 2020, 07:45:23 PM
If you are going to call him out, it's only fair that you also call out Atila Guimaraes, TIA, who also has never disavowed Opus Dei.


Cera,

Taylor Marshall, Melania & Donald Tɾυmρ and Poche are your kind of “Christians”.

Be happy...


Don’t think too hard about what traditional Catholicism is, you might pop some blood vessels trying to figure it out.
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: claudel on July 26, 2020, 07:57:55 PM

… I wouldn't jump on the Taylor Marshall train so quickly.

There is little risk of that occurring. Some CathInfo commenters have been wise to Taylor Marshall since at least October 2013, at which time he turned up in Meg's sights. On first acquaintance with his stuff, she referred to him as having "some strange views as to what constitutes Tradition." That of course is not the only occasion on which she has read the tea leaves with notable discernment.

In 2014 there was a moderately lengthy thread, linked here (https://www.cathinfo.com/crisis-in-the-church/fisher-more-college-banned-by-bishop-from-saying-latin-mass/), wherein several commenters who are still active today took turns kicking dirt on Marshall, even characterizing him as a "sanctimonious fraud"—a description he richly merits.
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Venantius0518 on July 27, 2020, 08:49:28 PM
It does seem Taylor Marshall has become more open to the SSPX recently which is good. 
Only out of necessity.
The dallas and fort worth diocese have not yet opened, so there are no Fraternity of St. Peter masses.  The only Catholic masses in dallas or forth worth are SSPX or sede (once a month).  
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Meg on July 28, 2020, 07:26:50 AM
I could be wrong, but it seems likely that +Vigano recommended Taylor Marshall to Tɾυmρ, to be on Tɾυmρ's advisory board.

Marshall said recently in one of his videos that +Vigano directly sent him a communication, which means, I assume, that Vigano is in contact with Marshall. It seems that +Vigano mainly works with Opus Dei affiliates. I hope that Tɾυmρ does not become sympathetic to Opus Dei as a result. 
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Venantius0518 on July 28, 2020, 08:46:52 AM
I could be wrong, but it seems likely that +Vigano recommended Taylor Marshall to Tɾυmρ, to be on Tɾυmρ's advisory board.

Marshall said recently in one of his videos that +Vigano directly sent him a communication, which means, I assume, that Vigano is in contact with Marshall. It seems that +Vigano mainly works with Opus Dei affiliates. I hope that Tɾυmρ does not become sympathetic to Opus Dei as a result.
Does not surprise me in the least.  Another poster has said the same about Marshall and Opus Dei.  First time I have heard Vigano's name attached to Opus Dei, though.  Curious.
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Struthio on July 28, 2020, 09:05:20 AM
First time I have heard Vigano's name attached to Opus Dei, though.  Curious.

See this other comment of Meg:

https://www.cathinfo.com/sspx-resistance-news/archbishop-vigano-'heretical-propositions-in-vatican-ii-should-be-condemned'/msg704738/#msg704738
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Cera on July 28, 2020, 01:24:30 PM
It seems that +Vigano mainly works with Opus Dei affiliates.
Source for this egregious allegation?
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Meg on July 28, 2020, 02:54:50 PM
Source for this egregious allegation?

https://akacatholic.com/opus-deis-role-in-the-vigano-affair/
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Incredulous on July 28, 2020, 04:32:15 PM
https://akacatholic.com/opus-deis-role-in-the-vigano-affair/

The “source” was requested & provided and then Meg gets “thumbed down”.

Sounds like a troll reflex response.
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Meg on July 28, 2020, 05:08:34 PM
The “source” was requested & provided and then Meg gets “thumbed down”.

Sounds like a troll reflex response.

Thanks, Incred.

I'm still supportive of Vigano, and hope that he continues to provide his views on the Crisis in the Church. But of course some of think that it's not a good idea for him to use Opus Dei members and fans for his media sources; sources that provide us with his views. Opus Dei is a freakish Vll cult, though they pass themselves off as extremely virtuous. But...secrecy is not a virtue. Requiring its members to not divulge their membership is not virtuous. Opus Dei appears to control a lot of conciliar Catholic media outlets.

It's possible that Vigano just wants to use them to get his message out. I don't think it's a good idea.

And as Randy Engel said, why is it that Vigano has not gone after, by name, some of the other homos in the conciliar church, who have committed crimes just as bad as those of McCarrick?
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: claudel on July 28, 2020, 06:37:39 PM

Sounds like a troll reflex response.

Yes, trolls abound. I got two down thumbs on page 1 simply for pointing out that people on this site spotted Marshall as a highly dubious character fully seven years ago. My mentioning Meg as an early spotter seems to have been viewed as especially unforgivable.

I don't particularly care about the whats and whys of people's likes and dislikes, but to my knowledge spitefulness has never been numbered among the saintly characteristics to which Catholics should aspire.

As for Archbishop Viganò, the attitude that the worth of his various published messages should be regarded as tainted because he has had what some consider questionable friendships and associations is uncomfortably redolent of a media-led "cancellation" of a celebrity who was seen in a store one day saying hello to a Holohoax ɧơƖơcαųst denier. Surely a Catholic should judge the messenger by his message; not the other way around. For that reason. so long as the archbishop continues to attack conciliarist traitors and speak up for the True Faith, he will have my support and applause.
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: claudel on July 28, 2020, 06:39:50 PM

https://www.cathinfo.com/sspx-resistance-news/archbishop-vigano-'heretical-propositions-in-vatican-ii-should-be-condemned'/msg704738/#msg704738

A tip of the hat for pointing me to this thread, which I had not noticed earlier.
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Croixalist on July 28, 2020, 08:24:37 PM
You guys just aren't ready yet. The MacDaddy Maccabee gonna make traddies go to indult Mass like grannies go to Applebees!

(https://i.ibb.co/WfpSdD5/Taylor-Marshall-Maccabee.png)

(https://i.ibb.co/CsSjn1b/Taylor-Marshall-Maccabee2.png)

Straight out of A Call For An Uprising video... lol.
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Incredulous on July 28, 2020, 08:49:54 PM

Yeah, he’s doing a lot of trad-talky on a big media budget.

But, what will Opus Dei have Dr. Marshall try to prersuade conservative Catholics to believe?

In Tɾυmρ, in FSSP/SSPX compromises and in ναccιnєs, for the greater good of ʝʊdɛօ-masonry.
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Cera on July 29, 2020, 12:30:49 PM
https://akacatholic.com/opus-deis-role-in-the-vigano-affair/
I asked for source material for this accusation and you send this link?
Junk article.

He begins with a premise similar to “When did you start beating your wife?”

He says:
“the real question that I will address in this article is: In what way is Opus Dei behind Vigano’s actions?”
In other words, he already "knows" something.
To a man with a hammer, everything looks like a nail

He goes on with mere speculation:
“For instance, given the aforementioned accolade to John Paul II, could he be acting in deference to Opus Dei’s desire to continue the myth of “John Paul the Great?” Or is there another Opus Dei purpose behind this?”

Being open-minded, I continued to read to see if these thinly veiled accusations were supported. They were not. He repeatedly made unfounded accusations without giving any source.

I checked for footnotes.
One was nonworking.
One was a nothing burger.
Calumny is a sin.
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Incredulous on July 29, 2020, 03:06:32 PM
Cera,

Get your grandson to show you how to open-up web links  :popcorn:
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Cera on July 29, 2020, 03:30:08 PM
Cera,

Get your grandson to show you how to open-up web links  :popcorn:
I opened it, read it and responded to it.
Are you having a bad day?
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Meg on July 29, 2020, 03:57:54 PM
I asked for source material for this accusation and you send this link?
Junk article.

He begins with a premise similar to “When did you start beating your wife?”

He says:
“the real question that I will address in this article is: In what way is Opus Dei behind Vigano’s actions?”
In other words, he already "knows" something.
To a man with a hammer, everything looks like a nail

He goes on with mere speculation:
“For instance, given the aforementioned accolade to John Paul II, could he be acting in deference to Opus Dei’s desire to continue the myth of “John Paul the Great?” Or is there another Opus Dei purpose behind this?”

Being open-minded, I continued to read to see if these thinly veiled accusations were supported. They were not. He repeatedly made unfounded accusations without giving any source.

I checked for footnotes.
One was nonworking.
One was a nothing burger.
Calumny is a sin.

The article provides the info you asked for. If you have an issue with it, that's fine, but I won't respond to the details you responded with. I provided what was asked for. I'm not interested in your immature response to it.
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Meg on July 29, 2020, 04:00:02 PM
Yes, trolls abound. I got two down thumbs on page 1 simply for pointing out that people on this site spotted Marshall as a highly dubious character fully seven years ago. My mentioning Meg as an early spotter seems to have been viewed as especially unforgivable.

I don't particularly care about the whats and whys of people's likes and dislikes, but to my knowledge spitefulness has never been numbered among the saintly characteristics to which Catholics should aspire.

As for Archbishop Viganò, the attitude that the worth of his various published messages should be regarded as tainted because he has had what some consider questionable friendships and associations is uncomfortably redolent of a media-led "cancellation" of a celebrity who was seen in a store one day saying hello to a Holohoax ɧơƖơcαųst denier. Surely a Catholic should judge the messenger by his message; not the other way around. For that reason. so long as the archbishop continues to attack conciliarist traitors and speak up for the True Faith, he will have my support and applause.

Well said.

I, too, support Vigano. But not Opus Dei, or Taylor Marshall.

The only reason that I was an early spotter is that I happened to peruse a website several years ago, soon after the Fisher-More college disaster, in which someone at the college (I know not whom - the website didn't say) who was involved with the details of the situation, who said that Taylor Marshall, after turning in his resignation, asked for a large severance pay. Marshall said that he would keep quiet about the financial situation at FM, IF he would be given the severance pay, but he didn't get it. It was denied. So he went forward with his story about what went on at Fisher-More college. I haven't been able to find that website that told this story. It seems to have disappeared.

To be fair, Marshall does have a lot of children to support, and that may be his reason for sort of blackmailing the college, and wanting that severance pay. But still.....
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Incredulous on July 29, 2020, 05:30:58 PM
I opened it, read it and responded to it.
Are you having a bad day?
Cera,
There were multiple links on Marshall’s Opus Dei background on the “callmejorge” blog you were unable to access.
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Croixalist on July 29, 2020, 08:35:55 PM
An old adage that is particularly apt when it comes to miraculous Novus Ordo Indult-only trad conversions: If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

Buuut... Muh VII truth filter!

Let it die. Vigano, like Tɾυmρ may bring a certain amount of relief and hope to starving ears but there's a rainbow flag at the end of that pot 'o shekels.
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Caraffa on July 30, 2020, 08:45:12 AM
It's unfortunate that Tɾυmρ also picked the jewy neo-con psuedo-integralist Adrian Vermeule.


An old adage that is particularly apt when it comes to miraculous Novus Ordo Indult-only trad conversions: If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

Buuut... Muh VII truth filter!
Rebranding as Trad is popular these days. I'm hearing that even Scott Hahn is "making his way to tradition" and has praised the Latin Mass; of course, the usual suspects are impressed. A lot of these types are looking TLM-ward out of necessity because the old straightforward Neo-Con grift no longer works.

(https://i.ibb.co/5vg4QBn/download.jpg)
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Matto on July 30, 2020, 12:11:10 PM
I'm hearing that even Scott Hahn is "making his way to tradition" and has praised the Latin Mass; of course, the usual suspects are impressed.

I was very surprised when I saw a picture of Scott Hahn assisting at a Latin Mass in a home chapel with Kevin James the comedian of all people as server.
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: LeDeg on July 30, 2020, 12:21:38 PM
 

Let it die.  
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pspna5GZwBk (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pspna5GZwBk)
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Cera on July 30, 2020, 01:30:46 PM
Cera,
There were multiple links on Marshall’s Opus Dei background on the “callmejorge” blog you were unable to access.
There was only one footnote which worked, and the aforementioned non-working footnote link. The attack on Taylor Marshall was unfounded speculation. Prove me wrong.
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Venantius0518 on July 30, 2020, 05:31:33 PM
An old adage that is particularly apt when it comes to miraculous Novus Ordo Indult-only trad conversions: If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

Buuut... Muh VII truth filter!

Let it die. Vigano, like Tɾυmρ may bring a certain amount of relief and hope to starving ears but there's a rainbow flag at the end of that pot 'o shekels.
Something is amiss.
I agree with Matthew AND Croixalist in the same day...
I guess even a broken clock is right twice a day.
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Pax Vobis on July 30, 2020, 06:23:27 PM

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An old adage that is particularly apt when it comes to miraculous Novus Ordo Indult-only trad conversions: If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

Buuut... Muh VII truth filter!

Let it die. Vigano, like Tɾυmρ may bring a certain amount of relief and hope to starving ears but there's a rainbow flag at the end of that pot 'o shekels.

I think +Vigano stands out among all the rest of "indult only" conversions. 
1) He's already stated his opposition to V2 and the innovative/abusive new mass.  So, if he privately says the TLM, what kind of "indult" is that?  It's not an indult at all, for he disagrees with every "condition" of +Benedict's "motu" and has stated his support of Quo Primum.
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2) Let's give Marshall and all these recent indult-converts some leeway.  Many of them are totally new to Catholicism, in general, AND to Tradition.  Marshall admitted that he used to hate +Lefevbre and the sspx because he looked upon them as similar to Martin Luther, who rejected the Church, and many "normal" catholics he talked to, told him the sspx was schismatic.  Fast forward to now, and he had admitted he was wrong, sees why Tradition exists and now supports +Vigano's cast-it-all-out approach to V2, as opposed to Schneider's "let keep trying to fix a square circle" approach.  I see a lot of good will in Marshall.
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3) I don't know much about Opus Dei, except they are a big organization with dubious beginnings and a questionable orthodoxy.  Does this mean that EVERY member is "in on it"?  And if Marshall is corrupted, how so?  What's the goal?  What has he done that's wrong?  He's an anglican convert that joined Opus Dei...maybe he makes good money and they wanted his contributions?  There's a lot of "useful idiots" in these groups (including the masons), who invite "popular" people so their groups appear mainstream, and many of these "popular" people have no idea they're being used.
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: StLouisIX on July 30, 2020, 06:43:19 PM
As someone who was influenced someone by Dr. Marshall on my path to discovering Catholic tradition, I have mixed views about him. I think he provides a lot of good info on the TLM and Catholic tradition, as well as other things like the Fatima apparitions. Due to the size of his channel, more of this information is now more easily accessible. However, I don't like his pro-Indult views and his book "Infiltration", as someone else pointed out in this thread, is quite lacking. Haven't been looking into his more recent stuff for the most part, as I started to move away from his content about a year ago, after he put a strike on Dr. E Michael Jones' channel because Jones tried to defend himself in an accusation made against him by Timothy Gordon during an online dispute. That really was a scummy move. Another strange thing he did was that he made a podcast or two with Timothy Gordon a while back in which they both condemned Distributism as being "Catholic Socialism". Don't know if he's changed on that position, however. 
 
(Here's a review from Culture Wars tackling the issue of TM's omission in portraying the reality of the Jєωιѕн war on the Catholic Church: https://culturewars.com/news/infiltration?rq=infiltration%20taylor%20marshall)

Continuing on the subject of Taylor Marshall, he did say on a video months ago that he'd like to do an interview with Bishop Williamson sometime. Who knows if that will actually happen, I somewhat doubt it considering that it may give His Excellency some positive exposure to a wider audience, something that Trad Inc. absolutely doesn't want to happen. Here's a link to my thread on this: 
https://www.cathinfo.com/crisis-in-the-church/dr-taylor-marshall-considering-an-interview-with-bishop-williamson/msg690583/#msg690583



Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Pax Vobis on July 30, 2020, 06:49:36 PM

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However, I don't like his pro-Indult views and his book "Infiltration", as someone else pointed out in this thread, is quite lacking.
I agree.  He has no business writing about the infiltration in the Church, being he only converted a few years ago.  Studying the church infiltration starts all the way back in the 1800s and takes a LOT longer than a few years to get a good foundation.  It can take decades to truly grasp the depth of the problem.
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Haven't been looking into his more recent stuff for the most part, as I started to move away from his content about a year ago, after he put a strike on Dr. E Michael Jones' channel because Jones tried to defend himself in an accusation made against him by Timothy Gordon during an online dispute.

I did not know this.  Maybe this is the influence of "opus dei" (i.e. ridicule any anti-jooish ideals...because E Michael Jones is certain anti-jooish, politically speaking)?
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: StLouisIX on July 30, 2020, 07:10:59 PM
I did not know this.  Maybe this is the influence of "opus dei" (i.e. ridicule any anti-jooish ideals...because E Michael Jones is certain anti-jooish, politically speaking)?
Possibly...remember that Marshall wrote a book about Christ called "The Crucified Rabbi" before he started moving towards Tradition. Here's a blog post that reported on this dispute here: 
http://www.theeponymousflower.com/2019/05/taylor-marshall-and-tim-gordon-slander.html
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: claudel on July 30, 2020, 08:32:49 PM

Buuut... Muh VII truth filter!

Is this supposed to convey meaning? If so, what is it—in English, please?
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Croixalist on July 30, 2020, 08:49:08 PM
Is this supposed to convey meaning? If so, what is it—in English, please?

"Muh" is a dopey way of saying "my" as in an ignorant person stubbornly holding on to whatever follows...
Muh pro-choice rights
Muh social justice
Muh feelings
etc...
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Croixalist on July 30, 2020, 09:33:08 PM
There was only one footnote which worked, and the aforementioned non-working footnote link. The attack on Taylor Marshall was unfounded speculation. Prove me wrong.

You could table all the Opus Dei discussion and still contend with a man who insists on maintaining a public profile as a leading "traditional" Catholic voice when he should have sought a far more private life. A lot of things that a convert must contend with take a good deal of time to navigate through and one can hardly lead discussions when they're supposed to be focused on catching up.

I don't see the man being particularly conscientious or trepidatious in his meanderings with the occasional golden nugget as archived here about his "vision" of a pained woman with a milk-engorged bosom representing the Church:
http://callmejorgebergoglio.blogspot.com/2018/03/there-is-poison-in-mother-but-her-milk.html (http://callmejorgebergoglio.blogspot.com/2018/03/there-is-poison-in-mother-but-her-milk.html)

His lack of honesty is more than abundantly clear when you consider how he was the man behind the Pachamama dunking (which suspiciously had zero repercussions) and not Alexander Tschugguel and that they had orchestrated the incident for what is looking more and more like a publicity stunt.

But back to Opus Dei for just a minute: He named one of his sons after Escriva.

Why is this so hard to take in? He OD'd as soon as he went NO. He only disavowed a week before the Pachamama incident. Now he's dumped Gordon for a more SSPX-aligned position? I have to be skeptical.

Most importantly, never forget how far the serpent will unhinge his jaw to wrap around large prey. Trad Catholics are a big prize to be won by the elites. They seem less interested in the outright destruction of their targets than the ability to absorb them whole. Less struggle that way!

Something is amiss.
I agree with Matthew AND Croixalist in the same day...
I guess even a broken clock is right twice a day.

Not if you can't take your eyes off the mirror!
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Pax Vobis on July 30, 2020, 09:42:38 PM

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and still contend with a man who insists on maintaining a public profile as a leading "traditional" Catholic voice when he should have sought a far more private life. A lot of things that a convert must contend with take a good deal of time to navigate through and one can hardly lead discussions when they're supposed to be focused on catching up.

Totally agree.  He has no qualifications whatsoever to have a "Trad" blog, much less a novus ordo one.  Put all the usernames of "cathinfo.com" into a hat and 90% of us would be better qualified to run a blog than he.
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Incredulous on July 30, 2020, 10:42:16 PM

But back to Opus Dei for just a minute: He named one of his sons after Escriva.

Yeah, per Marshall's background below, he obviously embraced Escrivia's cult and was a good recruitment candidate for them.


But no one is just casually influenced by Opus Dei.


It's secret society of clerical freemasons who control the puppet strings of newChurch.



Taylor Marshall Timeline — Opus Dei?

(This list is far from exhaustive.)
 
• 2000  Marshall graduates from Texas A&M University with a B.A. in Philosophy, on scholarship from 1999 on.
 
• 2003  Marshall graduates from Westminster Theological Seminary with a M.A. in Religion Systematic Theology. Westminster Theological Seminary is a Presbyterian and Reformed Christian (Calvinist) graduate educational institution with great influence on the Reformed and Evangelical movements of the 20th and 21st Centuries.
 
• 2005  Marshall graduates from Nashotah House Theological Seminary with a Certificate in Anglican Studies. Nashotah House Theological Seminary is of the Anglo-Catholic tradition of Anglicanism and generally regarded as one of the more theologically conservative seminaries in The Episcopal Church.
 
• March 2005  Marshall begins his ministry as a clergyman/curate for Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church. His duties included: preaching; hospital visits; men’s ministry counseling; Bible studies; and serving as director of youth ministry.
 
• January 2006  Marshall writes, “I’m almost finished and thus far I find St Josemaria Escriva’s theology and spirituality to be pure gold. I love everything I have read in John Allen’s book and from I’ve read in St Josemaria’s book The Way.” https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EHZzuYdXUAAMwL2?format=jpg&name=4096x4096 (https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EHZzuYdXUAAMwL2?format=jpg&name=4096x4096) Original link https://taylormarshall.com/2006/01/almost-finished-with-john-allens-book.html (https://taylormarshall.com/2006/01/almost-finished-with-john-allens-book.html)
 
• February 2006  Marshall writes, “The works of St Josemaria are online. I’ve added them to my links section. I thoroughly recommend his book of proverbs: The Way.”  https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EE9NYY1XoAIgTux?format=jpg&name=large (https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EE9NYY1XoAIgTux?format=jpg&name=large)  Original link https://taylormarshall.com/2006/02/writings-of-st-josemaria-escriva.html (https://taylormarshall.com/2006/02/writings-of-st-josemaria-escriva.html)
 
• May 2006  Marshall finishes/resigns his ministry at Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church where he was a clergyman/curate. Marshall writes in The Crucified Rabbi, “I discovered the Jєωιѕн origins of Catholicism while I was still a Protestant clergyman…God quickened the process of my conversion to the Catholic Faith with an insight that I gained from a Jєωιѕн rabbi. Without his knowing it, this rabbi opened my eyes to a connection between biblical Judaism and Catholicism. […] The rabbi explained, “We Jews believe that if someone is suffering and you invoke the name of his or her mother in prayer, God will be more merciful in granting your prayer for that person.” […] The rabbi’s answer was a surprising confirmation that Catholic customs are rooted in a Jєωιѕн understanding of reality.” (see pp. 1-9 ) http://newsaintthomas.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/7-Sept-Crucified-Rabbi-2012.pdf (http://newsaintthomas.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/7-Sept-Crucified-Rabbi-2012.pdf)
 
• May 2006  Taylor Marshall and his wife Joy become members of the Novus Ordo on May 23, 2006.
 
• June 2006 to July 2007  Marshall is the Assistant Director of the Catholic Information Center in Washington, DC. While there his responsibilities include: Director of the ‘City on a Hill’ Washington DC Lecture Series (see below); Editor of ‘The K Street Catholic’; managed the staff at the Catholic Information Center; and rubbed shoulders with Washington DC’s elite as he raised money for the center. The is Catholic Information Center run by Opus Dei  https://opusdeitoday.org/2010/06/catholic-information-center/ (https://opusdeitoday.org/2010/06/catholic-information-center/)  Marshall turns the lecture series he was responsible for into a podcast named, "K Street Catholic" Podcast of the Catholic Information Center https://web.archive.org/web/20071231131432/http://web.mac.com/cicdc/iWeb/KStreet/CICpod/CICpod.html (https://web.archive.org/web/20071231131432/http://web.mac.com/cicdc/iWeb/KStreet/CICpod/CICpod.html).
 
 Among the guests and subjects were:

 
- Rev. Willian H. Stetson (Opus Dei) — What did St Josemaria See?; Closing the Cafeteria, Parts 1 - 9; The Sacrament of Reconciliation; Anointing of the Sick; The Sacrament of Holy Orders; The Sacramentals; The Paschal Mystery in Its Liturgical Context; The Faith Celebrated; The Sacrament of Matrimony; Holy Mass and the Liturgy; How is Christ Present in the Holy Eucharist; Holy Confirmation - Sealed by God; Sanctification of Human Work; Assumption Homily; September 1Homily; Holy Baptism - Becoming a Christian; The Faith Celebrated; 
- Rev. William Shaughnessy (Opus Dei) — Assumption Homily; All Souls and Purgatory
- Rev. Frank Pavone (Opus Dei connections) — Ending Abortion
- Most. Rev. Donald W. Wuerl (great reputation) — The Catechetical Renewal of the Church in America
- Dr. Scott Hahn (Opus Dei) — My Spiritual Journey in Opus Dei
- Taylor Marshall — Jєωιѕн Afterlife, Catholic Afterlife; Jєωιѕн Holy Days, Catholic Holy Days; Jєωιѕн Marriage, Catholic Marriage; Jєωιѕн nαzιrites, Catholic Monastics; Jєωιѕн ѕуηαgσgυє, Catholic Parish; Jєωιѕн Temple, Catholic Cathedral; Jєωιѕн Vestments, Catholic Vestments; Jєωιѕн Passover, Catholic Mass; Debunking the Lost Tomb of Jesus; Jєωιѕн Manna, Catholic Eucharist; Jєωιѕн Tevilah, Christian Baptism; Jєωιѕн Messiah, Christian Christ; Mary and the Book of Revelation; Will the Jews be Converted before the End? A Catholic Perspective; Mark of the Beast and Roman Caesar; Concept of Antichrist in Catholicism; Do Catholics Believe in the Rapture?; Why is Catholicism Centered in Rome and Not Jerusalem?; Three Catholic Keys to the Apocalypse; 
- Rev. Jay Scott Newman (Episcopalian priest who converted to Novus Ordo and has no problem with married priests) — Evangelical Catholicism
- Secretary R. James Nicholson — Diplomatic Relations between the Unites States and the Holy See
- Theodore Cardinal McCarrick (sterling reputation) — The Church in ƈhıną
- Rev. Robert Gahl — Natural Law, Parts 1 - 3;
- Very Rev. David O’Connell (Opus Dei connections & sex abuse scandals) — Catholic Identity and Catholic Colleges
- Fr Dominic Langevin — St Dominic and the Origin of the Rosary
 
• June 2006  Marshall writes in his post, My New Son - Jude Ambrose Josemaria, “Josemaria after St Josemaria Escriva, the founder of Opus Dei. I have gained a deep devotion to this holy man and his writings. I attend daily Mass at the St Josemaria Chapel (at the Catholic Information Center) and my boss (and father and friend) is a priest of Opus Dei. Also, my son was born on June 26, the feast day of St Josemaria.” https://web.archive.org/web/20130506164425/http:/www.taylormarshall.com/2006/06/my-new-son-jude-ambrose-josemaria.html (https://web.archive.org/web/20130506164425/http:/www.taylormarshall.com/2006/06/my-new-son-jude-ambrose-josemaria.html)
 
• July 2006  Msgr. Bill Stetson of the Prelature of Opus Dei administers the sacrament of baptism to Jude Ambrose Josemaria Marshall. https://taylormarshall.com/2006/07/baptism-photo.html (https://taylormarshall.com/2006/07/baptism-photo.html)
 
• 2007 to 2011  Marshall is the Dean of Student Life and Teacher of Latin and Philosophy at Faustina Academy where he teaches: Moral Theology; Sacred Scripture: Old and New Testament; Church History; Apologetics; Latin I; Latin II; Latin III; Geometry Pre-Calculus. Faustina Academy opened on August 25, 2003 (Saint Faustina’s birthday) and is not affiliated with any church or other religious organization including the Roman Catholic Diocese of Dallas.  https://faustinaacademy.com/our-story/ (https://faustinaacademy.com/our-story/)  This school was co-founded by Reev Rohter who is interesting. http://www.reevrohter.com/faustina-academy-pre-k-thru-12th-school-2/ (http://www.reevrohter.com/faustina-academy-pre-k-thru-12th-school-2/)
 
• 2007  Marshall begins studies at University of Dallas
 
• 2007  Marshall starts blogging. He has had several websites including:
 
  Canterbury Tales http://cantuar.blogspot.com/ (http://cantuar.blogspot.com/)
  Maccabee Society https://maccabeesociety.com/ (https://maccabeesociety.com/)
 New Saint Thomas Institute https://newsaintthomas.com/ (https://newsaintthomas.com/)
 Taylor Marshall - stay salty my friends https://taylormarshall.com/ (https://taylormarshall.com/)
  The Crucified Rabbi http://crucifiedrabbi.com/ (http://crucifiedrabbi.com/)
 The Catholic Perspective on Paul http://pauliscatholic.com/ (http://pauliscatholic.com/)
  Troops of Saint George https://troopsofsaintgeorge.org/ (https://troopsofsaintgeorge.org/)
 
• July 2007  Marshall writes (about Summorum Pontificum), “Father William Stetson and has met with Cardinal Ratzinger on a number of occasions, called me yesterday and drew my attention to the way the document uses the word “rite” and “use.”” https://taylormarshall.com/2007/07/motu-proprio-summorum-pontificum-and.html (https://taylormarshall.com/2007/07/motu-proprio-summorum-pontificum-and.html)
 
• 2008 to present  Marshall is a Contributor, author and editor at Called to Communion. https://www.calledtocommunion.com/ (https://www.calledtocommunion.com/) This site is run by members of Opus Dei.
 
• 2008 to 2009  Marshall blogs on Beta Culture 11 website which was a conservative online magazine and social network. https://web.archive.org/web/20080901054329/http://www.culture11.com/ (https://web.archive.org/web/20080901054329/http://www.culture11.com/)
 
• 2008  Interesting tidbit, Marshall’s book forthcoming book, The Crucified Rabbi: Judaism and the Origins of Catholic Christianity, was originally to be titled, Does the Pope Wear a Yarmulke: Discovering the Jєωιѕн Origins of the Catholic Church. https://www.catholiceducation.org/en/controversy/common-misconceptions/the-catholic-origins-of-thanksgiving.html (https://www.catholiceducation.org/en/controversy/common-misconceptions/the-catholic-origins-of-thanksgiving.html)
 
• April 2008  Marshall writes, “I met Msgr. Conley at a café outside the Vatican in 2006 (a couple blocks east of St. Anne’s Gate). I was wearing clerics in those days as an Anglican clergyman. The conversation turned to John Henry Newman and within twenty-four hours, Msgr. Conley arranged for me to speak with Cardinal Baum about converting the Catholic Church. So while Msgr. Conley helped to lead me out of the Episcopal Church…” https://taylormarshall.com/2008/04/msgr-james-conley-appointed-bishop-by.html (https://taylormarshall.com/2008/04/msgr-james-conley-appointed-bishop-by.html)
 
• 2009  Marshall graduates from the University of Dallas with a M.A. in Philosophy, while there he was on the Braniff Scholarship plus Stipend. 
 
• 2009 to 2011 Marshall is an Adjunct Instructor at University of Dallas teaching the Philosophy of Being (Plato, Aristotle, Plotinus, Porphyry, Dionysius the Areopagite, Thomas Aquinas, Immanuel Kant) 
 
• March 2009  Marshall and Jay Dyer exchanges 
 
• April 2009  Gabriel Somarriba, Psy.D. posts the following to Taylor Marshall’s LinkedIn page on April 6, 2009, “As an assistant director, Talyor showed a lot of intitiaitve and creativity. For example, Talyor started the Catholic Information Center's podcasts and gave a well received lecture series on the Jєωιѕн roots of Christianity.” https://www.linkedin.com/in/drtaylormarshall/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/drtaylormarshall/)
 
• September 2009  Marshall recounts to an audience how his father worked with Tom Monaghan (reputed Opus Dei and donor to Opus Dei) of Domino’s pizza fame and the influence he had on him as a 12 year old. Mentions meeting Msgr. James Conley while he and his wife were celebrating their fifth wedding anniversary in Rome and his role in introducing him to Cardinal William Baum. Marshall goes to Baum’s apartment and recalls their conversation where Baum tells Marshall, “My son you are a Catholic!” and gives him a rosary he had used when he was last with Benedict XVI. Marshall attends a papal mass with Benedict XVI and then returns home to Texas. In Texas he sends a letter to Bp. Kevin Vann whom he meets with shortly. Three months later he converts to the Novus Ordo.  Prays to St. Jude and nine days later gets hired as assistant director of the Catholic Information Center.  Marshall also tells how he ended up back in Texas and Msgr. Stetson notified him that the Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter was to be created. Then Marshall gives a history of Anglicanism and what the Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter is. How it’s like and also better than Opus Dei under church law. Followed by a Q & A session. MP3 Audio Version of my Conversion (and about the Anglican Ordinariates) https://web.archive.org/web/20110824034118/http://pauliscatholic.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/11/Apostolic-Constitution-Lecture-small.mp3 (https://web.archive.org/web/20110824034118/http://pauliscatholic.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/11/Apostolic-Constitution-Lecture-small.mp3)  Download mp3 https://web.archive.org/web/20110824034118if_/http://pauliscatholic.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/11/Apostolic-Constitution-Lecture-small.mp3 (https://web.archive.org/web/20110824034118if_/http://pauliscatholic.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/11/Apostolic-Constitution-Lecture-small.mp3)
 
• October 2009  Marshall writes, “Did the founder of Opus Dei prophesy the Pope's Anglican Ordinariate? In a way, yes. According to Msgr. Bill Stetson, Saint Josemaria Escriva, the founder of Opus Dei, visited England back in 1958. He frequented many Anglican Churches and was keen on rekindling fervor in England for the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ. While visiting an Anglican Church, Saint Josemaria Escriva said in Spanish, "If we don't lend them a hand, the Christian Faith will die away in fifty years." Well fifty years later (2008) the Anglican Communion became fractured through the ordination of active ɧoɱosɛҳųαƖs and by the general erosion of Christian orthodoxy. Fifty-one years later (2009) the Holy Father "lends a hand" by establishing the Anglican personal ordinariate. Pretty amazing if you ask me. Saint Josemaria had it just about right.” https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EHZzudaWwAAA5QC?format=jpg&name=4096x4096 (https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EHZzudaWwAAA5QC?format=jpg&name=4096x4096)  Original link https://taylormarshall.com/2009/10/did-founder-of-opus-dei-prophecy-popes.html (https://taylormarshall.com/2009/10/did-founder-of-opus-dei-prophecy-popes.html)
 
• September 2009  Marshall publishes The Crucified Rabbi: Judaism and the Origins of Catholic Christianity. It is the book form of the talks he gave while at the Catholic Information Center. The head of the center, Msgr. William Stetson was the impetus that he put these talks into book form (p. xi).  http://newsaintthomas.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/7-Sept-Crucified-Rabbi-2012.pdf (http://newsaintthomas.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/7-Sept-Crucified-Rabbi-2012.pdf)
 
In the Acknowledgements (pp. xi-xii) of the The Crucified Rabbi: Judaism and the Origins of Catholic Christianity Marshall thanks many people including the following:
 
Msgr. William H. Stetson — who was a member of Opus Dei and Marshall’s immediate boss at the CIC 
Kevin Jones — Opus Dei member, bookstore manager at the CIC, and reporter. https://cicdc.org/about/ (https://cicdc.org/about/)
 Jeffrey Morrow — a fan of Josemaria Escriba https://www.crisismagazine.com/2015/st-josemaria-escriva-the-saint-of-ordinary-life (https://www.crisismagazine.com/2015/st-josemaria-escriva-the-saint-of-ordinary-life)
Bp. Kevin Vann — is pro-illegal immigration, has shepherded priests that are supporters of same-sex marriage & women priests, and has swept under the carpet a multitude of sex crimes committed by his prelates including Opus Dei priests.
Cardinal William Baum — was a peritus at Vatican II, a member of the World Council of Churches, Archbishop of Washington, D.C where he covered up a plethora of sex crimes by his prelates, strong supporter of Opus Dei, and is rumored to have been a ɧoɱosɛҳųαƖ. 
Archbishop John Myers — is Opus Dei. https://www.catholicnews.com/services/englishnews/2010/new-coadjutor-of-los-angeles-one-of-24-opus-dei-bishops.cfm (https://www.catholicnews.com/services/englishnews/2010/new-coadjutor-of-los-angeles-one-of-24-opus-dei-bishops.cfm) He covered up Cardinal McCarrick's sex crimes as well as other prelates. He is known for living high on the hog.
Bishop Kevin Farrell — (now a cardinal) was then-Cardinal Ted McCarrick's roommate for six years. McCarrick is a former papal advisor, infamous disgraced child predator, who was laicized. Farrell is a supporter of LGBT and is intimately connected to Opus Dei.
Jacob Neusner — Benedict XVI's favorite rabbi. Benedict told pewsitters - the rabbinic tradition of the elders (condemned by Jesus) was a valid biblical interpretation, stated Christianity grew out of rabbinic Judaism, and advocated dialogue with тαℓмυdists. http://callmejorgebergoglio.blogspot.com/2016/10/benedict-xvis-favorite-rabbi-and.html (http://callmejorgebergoglio.blogspot.com/2016/10/benedict-xvis-favorite-rabbi-and.html)
Mark Drogin — was a self described "athesist" Jew convert to Novus Ordo, was President of now defunct Remnant of Israel. The Mission of Remnant of Israel was to proclaim the Jєωιѕн roots of Christianity. His mentor was Orthodox Jew turned 'Catholic', Fr. Arthur Klyber. http://archive.is/Y64ZP (http://archive.is/Y64ZP)
David Moss — was born and raised Conservative Jew (the brand of Francis' buddy, Rabbi Skorka) became Novus Ordo and founded the Association of Hebrew Catholics which pushes тαℓмυdic derangements as Catholic. Cardinal Raymond Burke is big supporter of their work.  http://callmejorgebergoglio.blogspot.com/2017/04/raymond-rabbi-attends-seder-meal.html (http://callmejorgebergoglio.blogspot.com/2017/04/raymond-rabbi-attends-seder-meal.html)
Roy Schoeman — was a Jew who was a follower of Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach (Chabad-Lubavitch, Rebbe Schneerson, & Meir David HaKohen Kahane) that had 'god' appear to him which led to his Novus Ordo conversion. He teaches Catholic prophecy is being fulfilled by adopting тαℓмυdic beliefs in church. https://www.catholiceducation.org/en/faith-and-character/faith-and-character/roy-schoeman-s-conversion-story.html (https://www.catholiceducation.org/en/faith-and-character/faith-and-character/roy-schoeman-s-conversion-story.html)
Scott Hahn — former Presbyterian minister who converted to the Novus Ordo thanks to Opus Dei. Currently runs the St. Paul Center For Biblical Theology at the Franciscan University of Steubenville.
Brant Pitre — author of the book, Jesus and the Jєωιѕн Roots of the Eucharist: Unlocking the Secrets of the Last Supper. Notice everyone on the back cover is Opus Dei or attends their centers which also use Pitre's books to explain Jesus, Mary, & Apostles. https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D7xCGXbWsAAiDiP?format=jpg&name=large (https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D7xCGXbWsAAiDiP?format=jpg&name=large)  The book, also opens with two quotes from the тαℓмυd (p. xii) https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D7xCOQnW4AEIvCN?format=png&name=large (https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D7xCOQnW4AEIvCN?format=png&name=large)  and uses the shown Jєωιѕн texts (pp. 19-21)  https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D7xCezaXoAU3WB-?format=jpg&name=large (https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D7xCezaXoAU3WB-?format=jpg&name=large) to flesh out the Old Testament to prove Jєωιѕн roots of the Eucharist.
James D. G. Dunn — a minister of the Church of Scotland and a Methodist local preacher. He teaches that the New Testament was a major reason for antisemitism among Christians.  
Dr. Michael Barber — was the dean of theology at John Paul the Great Catholic University and is a member of the Augustine Institute as are Scott Hahn & Brad Pitre. He is a Philo-Semite and believes the Catholic faith came from the Jews.
N. T. Wright — an Anglican 'bishop' and teaches that Jesus was a subversive, "It is beyond question that Jesus was acting subversively" http://bit.ly/2HJTYk3 (http://bit.ly/2HJTYk3) and http://bit.ly/2HJTYR5 (http://bit.ly/2HJTYR5)   Another philo-semite that attributes antisemitism to the New Testament. Wright writes, “The tragic and horrible later use of Mt. 27.25 ('his blood be on us, and on our children') as an excuse for soi-disant 'Christian' anti-semitism is a gross distortion of its original meaning, where the reference is surely to the fall of Jerusalem.” http://bit.ly/2HJGRzC (http://bit.ly/2HJGRzC)
Other — There are also several more connections of people mentioned to the University of Dallas, the Franciscan University of Steubenville and Opus Dei.
 
The book, The Crucified Rabbi: Judaism and the Origins of Catholic Christianity, has so many things errors, heresies, and blasphemies it shouldn’t be in print. A small sample: (p. 64) Marshall  pushes the 'Association of Hebrew Catholics' and 'Remnant of Israel' as groups approved of by the church. “these two Jєωιѕн Catholic apostolates seeks to preserve Jєωιѕн identity and promote... heritage of Judaism within the Catholic Church.”; (pp. 71-2) Tevilah in a mikveh = Baptism. Before conflating the Feast of Dedication with Hanukkah, Marshall equates baptism with the insane man made rabbinical rules of what is impure and in need of a ritual bath.; (pp. 175-8) Purim & Hanukkah. Marshall informs readers that Purim is similar to Holy Days dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary and that Jesus the Christ attended Hanukkah festivities even though Hanukkah originates from 600 years after the events recorded in Book of Maccabees. Also, see There is poison in the mother but her milk is pure? http://callmejorgebergoglio.blogspot.com/2018/03/there-is-poison-in-mother-but-her-milk.html (http://callmejorgebergoglio.blogspot.com/2018/03/there-is-poison-in-mother-but-her-milk.html) & A Holy Land Pilgrimage with Taylor Marshall http://callmejorgebergoglio.blogspot.com/2019/06/a-holy-land-pilgrimage-with-taylor.html (http://callmejorgebergoglio.blogspot.com/2019/06/a-holy-land-pilgrimage-with-taylor.html) for more analysis of the book.
 
• November 2009 Marshall writes, “Alright, I have had some to read and re-read the Holy Father’s new Apostolic Constitituion Anglicanorum Coetibus. I was able to speak with Monsignor Bill Stetson today on the phone who cleared up a few ambiguities.” https://taylormarshall.com/2009/11/thoughts-on-popes-apostolic.html (https://taylormarshall.com/2009/11/thoughts-on-popes-apostolic.html)
 
• January 2010  Marshall has guest post by Mark Drogin, the President of Remnant of Israel, whose goal is to proclaim the Jєωιѕн roots of Christianity. Mark Drogin on the Pope’s Visit to the Roman ѕуηαgσgυє  https://web.archive.org/web/20180815061405/http://crucifiedrabbi.com/2010/01/mark-drogin-on-the-popes-visit-to-the-roman-ѕуηαgσgυє/ (https://web.archive.org/web/20180815061405/http://crucifiedrabbi.com/2010/01/mark-drogin-on-the-popes-visit-to-the-roman-ѕуηαgσgυє/)
 
• 2011  Marshall graduates from the University of Dallas with a Ph.D. in Philosophy, on scholarship while there. His dissertation was Thomas Aquinas on Natural Law and the Twofold End of Humanity and was carried out under Fr. James Lehrberger.
 
• 2011 to 2019  Marshall is a Fellow at the Saint Paul Center for Biblical Theology. Only one post remains on his website about the St. Paul Center, #086: Taylor’s Conversion Story to Catholicism – Interview with Matthew Leonard. https://taylormarshall.com/2015/08/086-taylors-conversion-story-to-the-catholicism.html (https://taylormarshall.com/2015/08/086-taylors-conversion-story-to-the-catholicism.html)  Here is Marshall listed on their website as a Senior Fellow. https://web.archive.org/web/20181015223638/https://stpaulcenter.com/academic-projects/fellows/ (https://web.archive.org/web/20181015223638/https://stpaulcenter.com/academic-projects/fellows/) The St. Paul Center For Biblical Theology was founded by Scott Hahn and is located at the Franciscan University of Steubenville. It is Opus Dei.
  
2012 to June 2013  Marshall is Dean of the College and Professor of Philosophy at the College of Saints John Fisher & Thomas More (aka Fisher More College) where he teaches: Logic; Philosophy of Nature (Plato, Aristotle, Porphyry, Thomas Aquinas). Marshall is the school’s chancellor and sits on the board. He was also responsible for hiring new teachers, overseeing the headmaster and the faculty, designing the curriculum, and responsible for the Year in Faith Lecture Series, etc… (See June 2013 for resignation)
 
• December 2012  In a press release from Fisher More College one reads, “Dr. Marshall was an Episcopal priest before he and his wife were received into the Catholic Church by Bishop Kevin Vann of Fort Worth on May 23, 2006. Immediately afterward, Taylor was appointed by Bishop Kevin Farrel (then auxiliary of Washington, D.C.) as the Assistant Director of the Catholic Information Center in Washington, D.C., where he lectured regularly. He served under Archbishop John J. Myers of Newark and Msgr. William Stetson for the Pastoral Provision of John Paul II, the canonical structure by which Anglican clergy are received into the Catholic Church and go on to pursue Holy Orders in the Catholic Church.” https://cardinalnewmansociety.wordpress.com/2012/12/26/catholic-convert-dr-taylor-marshall-made-chancellor-of-catholic-college/ (https://cardinalnewmansociety.wordpress.com/2012/12/26/catholic-convert-dr-taylor-marshall-made-chancellor-of-catholic-college/)
 
 • June 2012  Marshall writes post, The Dress Code for the Vatican – Should it be Universal? https://taylormarshall.com/2012/06/dress-code-for-vatican-should-it-be.html (https://taylormarshall.com/2012/06/dress-code-for-vatican-should-it-be.html) But his daughters dress immodestly in social media photos he posts. http://callmejorgebergoglio.blogspot.com/2019/06/a-holy-land-pilgrimage-with-taylor.html (http://callmejorgebergoglio.blogspot.com/2019/06/a-holy-land-pilgrimage-with-taylor.html)
 
• January 2013 Marshall writes, “The Latin Mass is like beer. You have to drink it in a few times to like it. My challenge would be for you to attend the Latin Mass for four Sundays in a row before making a decision. Give it that long. Here’s why: You will slowly make a shift in the way that you assist at Holy Mass. Your concept of Active Participation will transform in your heart. There is a lot of quiet “space” in the Latin Mass. The first time or so, you’ll be sitting there doing nothing and thinking, “What’s going on? Why aren’t we doing anything?” When you’ve reached that point, you’re getting close. It’s like drinking beer for the first time. “This tastes terrible? What’s the hype? I don’t understand.” But then you come to realize that beer is more than just the taste.” https://taylormarshall.com/2013/01/my-initial-doubts-about-latin-mass.html (https://taylormarshall.com/2013/01/my-initial-doubts-about-latin-mass.html)
 
• January 2013  Marshall posts, Bishop Vann, My Father in Christ,  “Bishop Vann is literally the spiritual father of my wife and myself. In 2006, I was an Episcopalian priest in Fort Worth Texas and Bishop Vann counseled us tenderly as we wrestled with Christ’s call to enter the Catholic Church. I think I was the first Episcopalian priest received by Bishop Vann.” https://taylormarshall.com/2013/01/bishop-vann-my-father-in-christ.html (https://taylormarshall.com/2013/01/bishop-vann-my-father-in-christ.html)
 
• February 2013  Marshall writes post, Are We Catholics Willing to Die for the Sake of Virginity and Modesty? https://taylormarshall.com/2013/02/are-we-catholics-willing-to-die-for.html (https://taylormarshall.com/2013/02/are-we-catholics-willing-to-die-for.html) But his daughters dress immodestly in social media photos he posts. http://callmejorgebergoglio.blogspot.com/2019/06/a-holy-land-pilgrimage-with-taylor.html (http://callmejorgebergoglio.blogspot.com/2019/06/a-holy-land-pilgrimage-with-taylor.html)
 
• June 2013  Marshall resigns from Fisher More College and writes, “I resigned when moral, theological, and financial discrepancies came to light regarding the presidency of Michael King...Mr. King refused to disassociate himself from the public statements of faculty member Dr. Dudley that claimed in his Year of Faith lecture that Catholic professors have the duty to teach young people that Vatican 2 is not a valid Council (he also endorsed other “resistance” positions regarding the Novus Ordo, John Paul II, etc.) [...] FMC hosted a public repudiation of Vatican 2 and the Ordinary Form of the Mass in April of 2013 that was so offensive that my wife and I walked out of it before it’s conclusion...At the same time, Michael King estranged himself from the diocese of Fort Worth by not allowing the Ordinary Form (as stipulated by the previous ordinary Bishop Vann of Fort Worth). He also contracted an irregular/suspended priest without faculties, and hired “trad resistance” faculty while there was no bishop in Fort Worth to check these developments.” See link for context https://www.fαcebσσƙ.com/DrTaylorMarshall/posts/400180263452671 (https://www.fαcebσσƙ.com/DrTaylorMarshall/posts/400180263452671)  And Fisher More College’s response to Marshall  https://web.archive.org/web/20140308044158/http://fishermore.edu/statement-college-president-michael-king-re-taylor-marshall/ (https://web.archive.org/web/20140308044158/http://fishermore.edu/statement-college-president-michael-king-re-taylor-marshall/)
 
 For more on this see: Bishop of Fort Worth draws the line [UPDATED] https://www.catholicworldreport.com/2014/03/03/bishop-of-fort-worth-draws-the-line-updated/ (https://www.catholicworldreport.com/2014/03/03/bishop-of-fort-worth-draws-the-line-updated/) ; “Fisher More College” on The Street -- Financial Difficulties Provide For Closing of Traditional College http://eponymousflower.blogspot.com/2014/06/fisher-more-college-on-street-financial.html (http://eponymousflower.blogspot.com/2014/06/fisher-more-college-on-street-financial.html); Bishop Bans Fisher More College from offering Traditional Latin Mass to students https://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2014/03/Rorate-Exclusive.html (https://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2014/03/Rorate-Exclusive.html) ; Taylor Marshall weighs in on FMC https://akacatholic.com/taylor-marshall-weighs-in-on-fmc/ (https://akacatholic.com/taylor-marshall-weighs-in-on-fmc/)
 
• June 2013  The Troops of Saint George is founded by Dr. Taylor Marshall in order that priests, men, and young men: “experience reverent and beautiful Masses on mountaintop vistas; pray the Rosary with other men around fire pits in the freezing cold; catch a Fish Friday meal by fly fishing for trout; go to confession with our priests while kneeling on moss in the woods; teach our sons archery, rockclimbing, marksmanship, fishing, survival skills…and Catholic virtues; foster a love for the priesthood and a reverence for the sacrament of Matrimony; support our local parish, our priests, our bishops, and community by being available for works of mercy and service; Once you experience TSG you will see how we are able to transform not only individual men, but entire parishes.” https://troopsofsaintgeorge.org/about-2/ (https://troopsofsaintgeorge.org/about-2/)  What is left unsaid is the Opus Dei influence (see June 2018).
 
• July 2013  Marshall admits that he has been a member of the Franciscan of the Immaculate’s MIM for some time and fan of this group. This is the Franciscans of the Immaculate founded by Father Stefano Manelli. This is problematic for several reasons. The Franciscan of the Immaculate should have been closed down as an order for their financial improprieties and their abuse which came to light via several Italian court cases and Italian media reports (i.e. making nuns prick their fingers and signing their contracts in blood). Marshall writes, “In case you don’t know what “radical traditionalism” looks like, here’s a snap shot: the denial of the Jєωιѕн ɧơƖơcαųst, the outright denial of Vatican 2 as a valid council, rhetorical style of the Rorate Caeli blog, the embrace of isolationist sub-culture of Catholicism or “Amish Catholicism”, the denial the charismatic gifts and the charistmatic movement, sympathy for the Bp Williamson’s style of traditionalism, disdain for Pope John Paul II and Pope Francis, the belief that Latin Mass Catholics are “A Team” and Novus Ordo Catholics are “B Team”, Gnostic ecclesiology – that “traditionalists” form the one true invisible Catholic Church, I really don’t think that most people attending the Latin Mass are all that close to the radical traditionalism expressed in the points above. However, I do believe that when Father Angelo threw pasta on the wall, some of it did stick.” http://web.archive.org/web/20130805041518/http://taylormarshall.com/2013/07/the-latin-mass-and-the-franciscans-of-the-immaculate.html#more-2966 (http://web.archive.org/web/20130805041518/http://taylormarshall.com/2013/07/the-latin-mass-and-the-franciscans-of-the-immaculate.html#more-2966)
 
• August 2013  Marshall founds the New Saint Thomas Institute of which he still runs and styles himself President. The New Saint Thomas Institute offers advanced online training in Philosophy and Theology in the Catholic tradition.
 
• March 2014.  Marshall writes, “Saint of the Week: St Josemaria Escriva (The Way, Furrow, Forge in one volume)” https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EHZzudXWsAAiI2e?format=jpg&name=4096x4096 (https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EHZzudXWsAAiI2e?format=jpg&name=4096x4096)  Original post also includes a picture of Escriba. He still has this post up but deleted the quoted text and the photo of Escriba. https://taylormarshall.com/2014/03/027-how-to-make-an-eternal-impact-with-your-life-podcast.html (https://taylormarshall.com/2014/03/027-how-to-make-an-eternal-impact-with-your-life-podcast.html)
 
• April 2014  Marshall writes, “I'm about to go to the Dallas Opus Dei recollection. Anyone else going tonight?”  https://www.fαcebσσƙ.com/DrTaylorMarshall/posts/415362745267756 (https://www.fαcebσσƙ.com/DrTaylorMarshall/posts/415362745267756)  And in the comments writes “I'm not a member. Just a groupie.” Was the recollection at the Wingren Study Center? https://wingrencenter.org/ (https://wingrencenter.org/)
 
• November 2014  Marshall writes,“Eight years ago, a priest named Father Bill Stetson told me that I should start writing down the stories that I told to my children about Saint George. So after they went to bed, I nightly sipped on a snifter of Grand-Marnier and typed out the life and adventures of the historical Saint George. It’s finally being published for this Christmas with the title: Sword and the Serpent.” https://taylormarshall.com/2014/11/sword-serpent.html (https://taylormarshall.com/2014/11/sword-serpent.html)
 
• 2015  Marshall founds the Maccabee Society. A sample post on the Maccabee Society’s website, Plan of Life Revisited: Begin Again, ““Your interior life has to be…to begin… and to begin again.” – St. Josemaria Escriva [...] “Conquer yourself each day from the very first moment, getting up on the dot, at a fixed time, without yielding a single minute to laziness. If, with God’s help, you conquer yourself, you will be well ahead for the rest of the day. It’s so discouraging to find oneself beaten at the first skirmish!” — St. Josemaria Escriva” https://maccabeesociety.com/plan-life-revisited-begin/ (https://maccabeesociety.com/plan-life-revisited-begin/)
 
• March 2015  Marshall recommends “Top 100 Catholic Theology Books”. List includes: four books by himself, six works by Josemaria Escriba, one by John XXIII, one by Louis Bouyer, two by Romano Guardini, one by Dorothy Day, one by John Paul II, one by George Weigel, Silence by Shusaku Endo (yikes!), one by Fr. Stephano Manelli, one by Edith Stein, one by George Bernanos, one by Blessed Teresa of Calcutta, and who knows what else I missed. https://web.archive.org/web/20150315200551/https://taylormarshall.com/top-catholic-theology-books (https://web.archive.org/web/20150315200551/https://taylormarshall.com/top-catholic-theology-books)   After the purge, he removed most of these authors. (See October 2019)
 
• June 2015  In 2015 Taylor Marshall became a faculty member for The Rome Experience for seminarians. The Rome Experience, “is inspired by the thought and work of St. Josemaria Escriva, founder of Opus Dei” https://web.archive.org/web/20170909200100/https://taylormarshall.com/events/rome-experience (https://web.archive.org/web/20170909200100/https://taylormarshall.com/events/rome-experience)
 
• October 2016  Marshall writes post, Taylor Marshall is Part Jєωιѕн as it turns out  https://web.archive.org/web/20170613222337/https://taylormarshall.com/2016/10/taylor-marshall-is-part-Jєωιѕн-as-it-turns-out.html (https://web.archive.org/web/20170613222337/https://taylormarshall.com/2016/10/taylor-marshall-is-part-Jєωιѕн-as-it-turns-out.html) In this post, “My uncle recently had a genealogical blood test that identified him as 19.3% αѕнкenαzι Jєωιѕн…which makes me 9.65% Jєωιѕн. [...] So this explains a few Jєωιѕн things in my life [...] So there you have it. My inner Jew has been discreetly speaking all along.”  As usual he removes this post.
 
• February 2018  Marshall records a video, The Name of Jesus adds up to 888 (against the 666) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9YvuH3VoOac (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9YvuH3VoOac) that teaches gnosticism as being Catholic http://callmejorgebergoglio.blogspot.com/2019/01/gnosticism-from-dr-taylor-marshall.html (http://callmejorgebergoglio.blogspot.com/2019/01/gnosticism-from-dr-taylor-marshall.html)
 
• March 2018  Marshall publishes another video, The Milk of Mother Church is Not Tainted or Poisoned where he says, “And as I was, suddenly I saw this beautiful woman. She had blond hair, she was perfect, no wrinkles, no spots, and I immediately discerned that this was Holy Mother the Church. “And she was writhing in pain. She was in a bed, there were sheets on her, and she was very sick. And I noticed that her breasts were engorged with milk, tons of milk. And there were babies and children crying out to her that were hungry. And she wanted to feed them, and she was upset, but she was so sick she could hardly sit up from her bed...There’s poison in the Church, the Church is hurting, there’s always been some poison in the Church. And Mother Church still loves us and Mother Church still wants to give us milk, and she will, but it’s a difficult time. But the milk is pure. The sacramental graces of Holy Mother Church is pure. She’s still beautiful, she’s still immaculate, there’s still nothing sinful, wrong, or broken with Mother Church. But there has been introduced something into her that is poisonous, and so she’s struggling a little bit.” It’s a train wreck of a video that needs to be watched. http://callmejorgebergoglio.blogspot.com/2018/03/there-is-poison-in-mother-but-her-milk.html (http://callmejorgebergoglio.blogspot.com/2018/03/there-is-poison-in-mother-but-her-milk.html)
 
• May 2018  Marshall writes, “Our Catholic feast of Pentecost derives from the Jєωιѕн feast of Pentecost or Shavuot (Feast of Weeks). Pentecost (πεντηκοστή) is Greek for the “50th [day]” since Passover/Easter (7 weeks x 7 days = 49 days). For the Israelites, Pentecost was important because: It is the day on which the rainbow appeared to Noah. It is the day on which Moses received the 613 Laws from God…” https://taylormarshall.com/2018/05/tongues-of-fire-and-bishops-in-pointy-hats-acts-and-1-enoch.html (https://taylormarshall.com/2018/05/tongues-of-fire-and-bishops-in-pointy-hats-acts-and-1-enoch.html)
 
• June 2018  The practical wisdom of St. Josemaría Escrivá is posted on the Troops of Saint George website. https://troopsofsaintgeorge.org/the-practical-wisdom-of-st-josemaria-escriva/ (https://troopsofsaintgeorge.org/the-practical-wisdom-of-st-josemaria-escriva/)
 
• July 2018  Marshall writes post, The Messianic Theology of Bob Marley and His Conversion to Ethiopian Orthodoxy, “I just returned from the Caribbean. As I listened to the music Bob Marley and the local reggae music, I tuned in with my theological ear. [...] It remains unclear whether Bob Marley repudiated his belief that Selassie but this interview seems to indicate that he did so and that he died a faithful member of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church.” https://taylormarshall.com/2018/07/messianic-theology-bob-marley-conversion-ethiopian-orthodoxy.html (https://taylormarshall.com/2018/07/messianic-theology-bob-marley-conversion-ethiopian-orthodoxy.html)  Marshall remains mum about role Sephardic Judaics played in the music career of Bob Marley and the reggae genre which was financed by the riches of the a Judaic slave plantation. Chris Blackwell, the son of a Sephardic Judaic mother (Blanche Lindo) an heiress of a slave labor plantation in Jamaica, promotes Bob Marley. He launches Island Records on May 22nd at he age of 22. Blanche Lindo has ties to British intelligence and and romantic relationship with Ian Fleming who wrote his pro-British intelligence James Bond novels at the 'Goldeneye' retreat now owned by Chris Blackwell.
 
• December 2018  Dr Marshall Sent You a (Video) Christmas Card!!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AOrZPbqdzM8 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AOrZPbqdzM8)  With an immodestly dressed (v-neck that ends in the middle of her cleavage) teenage daughter.
 
• January 2019  Marshall goes on Patrick Coffin’s show to promote his Troops of St. George. Troops of St. George Founder Dr. Taylor Marshall Interviewed by Patrick Coffin https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ofElZHqD5c (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ofElZHqD5c)   Patrick Coffin while not a member of Opus Dei, has attenede Opus Dei’s Hours of Recollection and used to be employeed by Catholic Answers which more than a few connnections to Opus Dei. 
 
• January 2019  Marshall states that he helped Msgr. Bill Stetson of Opus Dei set up the Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter (Anglicans converting to the Novus Ordo = Opus Dei) https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D8yCCr_XoAAHOmr?format=png&name=large (https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D8yCCr_XoAAHOmr?format=png&name=large)  The Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter was also formed by then Bishop Bernard Law (a friend of Opus Dei since  it arrived in USA) (pp. 73-4) http://www.isje.org/setd2007/SetD-2007-05.pdf (http://www.isje.org/setd2007/SetD-2007-05.pdf) , Bishop Kevin Vann, Archbishop John Meyers (Opus Dei), and the late Msgr. James Sheehan (Opus Dei) http://www.pastoralprovision.org/ (http://www.pastoralprovision.org/)
 
• April 2019   Marshall has occultist Charles Coulombe on as a guest, Did Popes Favor the United States? with Charles Coulombe (Dr Marshall #240) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UpLMg1bykko (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UpLMg1bykko)
 
 • April 2019  Wonder how Marshall got the buzz going and the sales on Amazon for his terrible book Infiltration? Wonder no more… Dr. Taylor Marshall’s Infiltration Launch Team https://web.archive.org/web/20190405193833/https://taylormarshall.com/2019/04/dr-taylor-marshalls-infiltration-launch-team.html (https://web.archive.org/web/20190405193833/https://taylormarshall.com/2019/04/dr-taylor-marshalls-infiltration-launch-team.html) Infiltration’s Launch Team had 2,015 members!  https://ronconte.com/2019/06/03/the-credited-launch-team-for-the-book-infiltration (https://ronconte.com/2019/06/03/the-credited-launch-team-for-the-book-infiltration)  He uses this tactic for all his books. Here is another one for Sword and Serpent, https://web.archive.org/web/20170613224520/https://taylormarshall.com/become-a-part-of-the-launch-team-for-sword-and-serpent-2-application (https://web.archive.org/web/20170613224520/https://taylormarshall.com/become-a-part-of-the-launch-team-for-sword-and-serpent-2-application)
 
• May 2019  Breitbart News (Israel, Zionist, Opus Dei connections) interviews Marshall and promotes Infiltration. LifeSiteNews (Opus Dei co-founded) promotes Infiltration.
 
• May 2019  As is typical of Opus Dei proxies, there is a fight/disagreement between Taylor Marshall and E. Michael Jones. Taylor Marshall and Tim Gordon Slander E. Michael Jones http://eponymousflower.blogspot.com/2019/05/taylor-marshall-and-tim-gordon-slander.html (http://eponymousflower.blogspot.com/2019/05/taylor-marshall-and-tim-gordon-slander.html)
 
• May 2019  Infiltration: The Plot to Destroy the Church from Within is published by Crisis Publications, an imprint of Sophia Institute Press.  In the book’s Acknowledgements (p. xv) https://www.sophiainstitute.com/products/preview/infiltration (https://www.sophiainstitute.com/products/preview/infiltration) Marshall writes, “I am grateful to His Excellency Athanasius Schneider, O.R.C., for reading the manuscript and for writing the foreword. Also, a special thanks to Charlie McKinney, John Barger, Charles A. Coulombe, and Rev. D. Christensen for reading the manuscript and for their advice.” Let’s see that’s: an occultist (Coulombe) https://vimeo.com/user107247931 (https://vimeo.com/user107247931) ; an ecumenist and Opus Dei supporter (Schneider) http://callmejorgebergoglio.blogspot.com/2015/04/bishop-athanasius-schneiders-will-save.html (http://callmejorgebergoglio.blogspot.com/2015/04/bishop-athanasius-schneiders-will-save.html) ; and publishers of Opus Dei books (McKinney & Barger) https://www.amazon.com/Most-Holy-Eucharist-Thomas-McGovern/dp/1933184906 (https://www.amazon.com/Most-Holy-Eucharist-Thomas-McGovern/dp/1933184906) & https://www.sophiainstitute.com/author/fr-john-portavella (https://www.sophiainstitute.com/author/fr-john-portavella) .
 
This book is terrible. One example should suffice to demonstrate the lack of scholarship. Chapter 27 — Sankt Gallen Mafia: ɧoɱosɛҳųαƖity, ƈσmmυɳιsm, and Fɾҽҽmαsσɳɾყ lumps an assorted group of characters together because they are either from or have traveled to the town of St. Gallen and/or the Canton of St. Gallen.  Marshall states that bishops who support ɧoɱosɛҳųαƖity met in St. Gallen under Cardinal Carlo Martini and then segues into Fritz Platten, an Old Catholic communist from the Canton of St. Gallen, followed by a leap to Aleister Crowley whose OTO’s headquarters is in Appenzell. Marshall then recalls the truly tragic and sad story of James Grein who was abused by Cardinal McCarrick, who happened to spend time in St. Gallen and coincidence of coincidences Crowley was buried in New Jersey in the same diocese which McCarrick was in charge of. The source for the OTO information and the connection between the St. Gallen mafia is one Leo Zagami. Zagami was a DJ “Starting his DJing career through the medium of catholic church radio stations in his native Italy, Leo Zagami was the youngest broadcast DJ in his country after playing his own show at the age of 13 in 1983....By 1991, Leo had initiated the Friday Uonna club in Rome - another first in his country, combining as it did art exhibitions with an eclectic mix of house, disco and Detroit techno sounds - before opening The Underground in the catacombs of Constantine.”  https://www.discogs.com/artist/40508-Leo-Young?page=2 (https://www.discogs.com/artist/40508-Leo-Young?page=2) Zagami claims to have become a member of the Illuminati https://www.flickr.com/photos/24089748@N02/sets/72157603981160859/ (https://www.flickr.com/photos/24089748@N02/sets/72157603981160859/) he later left Catholicism while still a member of the Illuminati and became a Sufi Muslim https://talkout.forumotion.com/t162-leo-zagami (https://talkout.forumotion.com/t162-leo-zagami)  and yet later left the Illuminati but was still a Muslim and began to peddle the story that he was a member of the Illuminati but decided to spill the beans on the whole operation because it began to make him feel sick. Zagami then renounced his Sufi Islamic religion and went on the electric carnival circuit where he continues to tell people he is ex-Illuminati and the Jesuits are behind all cօռspιʀαcιҽs. He is Alex Jones go to guy on what's happening in the Vatican. It's always astonishing, shocking, and appalling but never true. The post made by Zagami that Marshall borrowed heavily from for this chapter was Zagami re-writing and spicing up what OTO obsessed Peter-Robert Koenig wrote on his website which are excerpts from his books on the OTO. There is no proof that the OTO's international HQ is in St. Gallen.
 
• May 2019   Marshall and one of his sons go to a general audience at the Vatican where they sit in the VIP section. They meet Pope Francis and Marshall gives him an autographed copy of Infiltration: The Plot to Destroy the Church from Within.  http://www.photovat.com/PHOTOVAT/FRANCESCO/2019/05.MAGGIO/15052019_UDIENZA/15052019_UDIENZA-03-DESTRO-02/content/index_4.html (http://www.photovat.com/PHOTOVAT/FRANCESCO/2019/05.MAGGIO/15052019_UDIENZA/15052019_UDIENZA-03-DESTRO-02/content/index_4.html) Marshall later talks about this on his podcast/video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KhjsD4yOu-w (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KhjsD4yOu-w)
 
• June 2019  Ronald Conte, Jr. points out two brief examples of plagiarism (copy-and-paste) in Infiltration: The Plot to Destroy the Church from Within. A Minor Example of Plagiarism in Infiltration by Taylor Marshall https://ronconte.com/2019/06/02/a-minor-example-of-plagiarism/ (https://ronconte.com/2019/06/02/a-minor-example-of-plagiarism/)
 
• June 2019 Sam Guzman of Catholic Gentleman interviews Marshall about Infiltration. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qskNp5OqPbI (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qskNp5OqPbI)  Mr. Guzman is also a fan of Josemaria Escriba https://www.catholicgentleman.net/2014/08/15-leadership-lessons-from-st-josemaria-escriva/ (https://www.catholicgentleman.net/2014/08/15-leadership-lessons-from-st-josemaria-escriva/)
 
• June 2019  Faith Goldy (Jєωιѕн Defense League, B’nai B’rith, Opus Dei connections) interviews Marshall and promotes Infiltration.
 
• June 2019  Michael Voris has Marshall on Church Militant as a guest to discuss Infiltration. Exclusive Interview: Dr. Taylor Marshall https://www.churchmilitant.com/news/article/exclusive-interview-dr-taylor-marshall (https://www.churchmilitant.com/news/article/exclusive-interview-dr-taylor-marshall) In 2010 Michael Voris believed Opus Dei to be the answer to what ails the Novus Ordo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yjIKZxfY6D4 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yjIKZxfY6D4)
 
• June 2019  Marshall does two interviews with Laureen Green one on Fox News Radio and the other Fox News tv promoting his book Infiltration: The Plot to Destroy the Church from Within. Lauren Green is associated with Opus Dei. The Devil Is To Blame: Dr. Taylor Marshall Researches the Spiritual Roots of the Clergy Sex Abuse Crisis and More https://radio.foxnews.com/2019/06/20/the-devil-is-to-blame-dr-taylor-marshall-researches-the-spiritual-roots-of-the-clergy-sex-abuse-crisis-and-more/ (https://radio.foxnews.com/2019/06/20/the-devil-is-to-blame-dr-taylor-marshall-researches-the-spiritual-roots-of-the-clergy-sex-abuse-crisis-and-more/)  & Is the devil behind the Catholic Church sex abuse crisis? https://news.yahoo.com/devil-behind-catholic-church-sex-205135984.html (https://news.yahoo.com/devil-behind-catholic-church-sex-205135984.html)
 
• June 2019  TnT show where Marshall & Tim Gordon say straight people should go to pro-family marches wearing rainbow flag colors. This is to provoke people to get angry at you and in return you can explain to them the rainbow is good and biblical. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3CGsL1aNdlw (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3CGsL1aNdlw)  & promotes “rainbows” as connected to Pro-Family https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D-eKSsiW4AwspDe?format=png&name=large (https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D-eKSsiW4AwspDe?format=png&name=large)  
 
• July 2019  Marshall has Fr. David Nix on his podcast/video as a guest, Switching from Novus Ordo to Traditional Catholic (Dr Taylor Marshall #270), https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dxAtAKU2Fi0 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dxAtAKU2Fi0)  Nix is a member of FOCUS a group endorsed by Opus Dei http://opusdeitoday.org/2018/01/focus-seek-leadership-summit-2018/ (http://opusdeitoday.org/2018/01/focus-seek-leadership-summit-2018/)  And wrote, “Pray hard. Love hard. Work hard. Sleep hard, and delineate your time with precision. Opus Dei calls this a “plan for life” but you don’t have to be in Opus Dei to do this.” https://padreperegrino.org/2016/09/iphones/ (https://padreperegrino.org/2016/09/iphones/) &  “Could it be true — no, no, I can’t believe it — that in the world there are not men but bellies?”—St. Josemaría Escrivá, the Way #38.” https://padreperegrino.org/2015/07/americas-passion/ (https://padreperegrino.org/2015/07/americas-passion/)
 
• July 2019  Marshall runs a trip, Holy Land Pilgrimage, to Israel to see the religious sites. https://taylormarshall.com/pilgrimage (https://taylormarshall.com/pilgrimage) The handbook for this tour is The Crucified Rabbi: Judaism and the Origins of Catholic Christianity. http://callmejorgebergoglio.blogspot.com/2019/06/a-holy-land-pilgrimage-with-taylor.html (http://callmejorgebergoglio.blogspot.com/2019/06/a-holy-land-pilgrimage-with-taylor.html)  While there family members wear kippah in the ѕуηαgσgυє at King David’s tomb. [url=https://pbs.t
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Croixalist on July 30, 2020, 11:11:48 PM
I'd argue that naming your kids after the Opus Judei founder makes you dyed-in-the-black-wool. However, for those who need an official list left from an Alta Vendita level operative, suffice to say the man has naturally aligned his entire career based off of the same principles. They draw from the same source of inspiration.
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Cera on July 31, 2020, 12:43:57 PM
But back to Opus Dei for just a minute: He named one of his sons after Escriva.

He named one of his sons Escriva? Please support this -- I was unable to verify.
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Struthio on July 31, 2020, 01:27:07 PM
He named one of his sons Escriva? Please support this -- I was unable to verify.


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Here is my son on the way home from the hospital today. He shall be baptized, Jude Ambrose Josemaria Marshall.

Jude because [...]

Ambrose because [...]

Josemaria after St Josemaria Escriva, the founder of Opus Dei. I have gained a deep devotion to this holy man and his writings. I attend daily Mass at the St Josemaria Chapel (at the Catholic Information Center) and my boss (and father and friend) is a priest of Opus Dei. Also, my son was born on June 26, the feast day of St Josemaria.
https://web.archive.org/web/20130506164425/http://www.taylormarshall.com/2006/06/my-new-son-jude-ambrose-josemaria.html



Nowadays, he appears to prefer to mention just "Jude":

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(https://static.flickr.com/76/191948192_c69cad453a.jpg?v=0)

Here is an “in action” baptism photo. Father Stetson (coped) of the Prelature of Opus Dei administers the sacrament. My beloved wife holds our son. That’s me in the background with one of our daughters. As you can see, Jude is crying as he comes into the Kingdom – regenerate and infused with the Holy Ghost.
Photo from the godfather – Mark Adams.
https://taylormarshall.com/2006/07/baptism-photo.html
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Incredulous on July 31, 2020, 02:49:52 PM

I once named a dog “Amos”and he ended-up being adopted by a family that lived on the beach and was allowed to lay on their sofa.

Knew a Lutheran guy who named his pit bull “Martin”.   The dog was run over by a garbage truck.  :facepalm: 
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Croixalist on July 31, 2020, 03:22:16 PM
I will say this, the child can't help but be a better Josemaria than his namesake! But let's just leave it at that. I hope his family does well in spite of whatever shenanigans Taylor is pulling online. A family that size needs a lot of resources and perhaps that's the main reason he might be going along with whatever agenda that gets handed down to him. Opus Dei is rather well off compared almost any other Catholic organization I can think of... for reasons we all know...
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: claudel on July 31, 2020, 07:35:35 PM
Apropos the timeline, Incredulous or whoever else assembled this chronology of conciliar careerism merits a thank-you for energy alone, not to mention comprehensiveness.

The comment I have refers to the entry for March 2015. While Marshall's reading list overflows with the Usual Indefensible Suspects, I would characterize Endo's Silence and whatever Marshall recommended by Bernanos—presumably The Diary of a Country Priest or Under Satan's Sun or both—as highly worthy, honorable, and commendable Catholic citizens of Literature Land who got dragged into bad company through no will or fault of their own.
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: claudel on July 31, 2020, 07:56:00 PM

… Endo's Silence

Corrigendum: I confused The Silence, which I haven't read, with The Samurai, which I have read and which I admire. Of the former book I know nothing. I realized my error too late to correct it. Mea culpa.
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Struthio on July 31, 2020, 08:12:35 PM
Quote from: Taylor Marshall
Here is my son on the way home from the hospital today. He shall be baptized, Jude Ambrose Josemaria Marshall.

Jude because [...]

Ambrose because [...]

Josemaria after St Josemaria Escriva [...]
https://web.archive.org/web/20130506164425/http://www.taylormarshall.com/2006/06/my-new-son-jude-ambrose-josemaria.html

He gives the reasons why Jude, why Ambrose, and why Josemaria. By why did he have his son baptized Marshall?  :fryingpan:
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: claudel on July 31, 2020, 09:48:25 PM

He gives the reasons why Jude, why Ambrose, and why Josemaria. By why did he have his son baptized Marshall?

I'd like to think that the suggestion that Marshall is part of the child's baptismal name was merely an inadvertency or a bêtise on his dad's part. The presence of an emoji at the end of your comment suggests that you think much the same. Nicht wahr?

If we discount the twinkle in your eye, however, perhaps the explanation is that Marshall père was channeling his inner Italian gentiluomo. There was a centuries-old custom among the Italian aristocracy, extending even into the twentieth century, to christen an eldest son with the singular form of the family name. Examples are Galileo Galilei, Marino Marini, and Vincenzo Vincenzi. As English lacks most case endings, plain blunt Marshall Marshall will have to do for this child. If this surmise is correct and if, in a few years, junior's schoolfellows discover the duplication, they will mock the poor boy with such unrelieved intensity that he may end up hating his old man.

Alas, the devil is tempting me to take sinful delight in that thought. Still, it's an ill wind that blows no one good.
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Struthio on July 31, 2020, 11:30:23 PM
Taylor Marshall is an ordained priest (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taylor_Marshall) of the Episcopal Church. Why would you think, claudel, that he could be an Italian? I can't say for sure, but I'd guess, being an Italian is an obstacle on the way to Episcopal priesthood. On the other hand, Louie Verrecchio showed (https://akacatholic.com/revelation-dr-taylor-marshall-abm-is-short/) that Marshall is rather short. But that doesn't really prove anything, either.
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: claudel on August 01, 2020, 12:16:01 AM

Why would you think, claudel, that he could be an Italian?

I don't. By "channeling his inner Italian gentiluomo," I simply meant that he might be imagining himself to be such a man and thus, as it were, be living a dream. In using the turn of phrase I did, it certainly was not my intent to deliberately perplex you.
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: MMagdala on August 01, 2020, 04:18:47 AM
I do not understand the fascination of supposedly traditionalist Catholics with other lay Catholics as purported authority figures.

Second, I do not understand why people think that Taylor Marshall has proven himself as reliably traditionalist.  I'm not referring to Mass affiliation necessarily, or simply by itself.  However, Professional Catholics who go in and out of various movements before and after their conversions do not strike me as stable and reliable.  Surely there are lay people without such pasts.

I understand why President Tɾυmρ might logically think that a lay Catholic appointee would "help with the Catholic vote," since most voters are lay.  But I don't see the "infatuation" of Catholics with laymen when there are priests who are not confused, who are respected by a large body of traditionalist orders, etc.
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: StLouisIX on August 01, 2020, 04:15:54 PM
I do not understand the fascination of supposedly traditionalist Catholics with other lay Catholics as purported authority figures.

....

I understand why President Tɾυmρ might logically think that a lay Catholic appointee would "help with the Catholic vote," since most voters are lay. But I don't see the "infatuation" of Catholics with laymen when there are priests who are not confused, who are respected by a large body of traditionalist orders, etc.
This positioning of lay people as celebrities/authority figures is quite common in the Novus Ordo Church (think Scott Hahn, Matt Fradd, Christopher West, etc). If I were to speculate, this fascination perhaps comes from the fact that more traditionally minded lay "authority figures" are now, more often than not, how most people in the NO find out about Traditional Catholicism for the first time, due to the Internet savvy and significant social media presence of these prominent laymen. And so, it is easy for newcomers to Traditional Catholicism to cling to these types, since they provide an easy source of information and, at least in the minds of these newcomers, these lay "authority figures" have proven themselves trustworthy. Also, keep in mind that many of these people come from the Newchurch, where this sort of phenomenon is quite entrenched, and so they don't see this as wrong. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I'm pretty sure that lay theologians were a Vatican II invention. 
Title: Re: Tɾυmρ Chooses Taylor Marshall
Post by: Incredulous on August 01, 2020, 07:26:35 PM
Corrigendum: I confused The Silence, which I haven't read, with The Samurai, which I have read and which I admire. Of the former book I know nothing. I realized my error too late to correct it. Mea culpa.

Yes, Shusaku Endo’s book “Silence” is pure poison.

An apostate Catholic who wrote of Japan’s glorious martyrology with existentialist despair.

Japan’s Freemasons must have encouraged him to write it.