Fr. Pfeiffer's latest sermon:
Skip to 44:00. I haven't listened to the whole thing, but the important parts are there.
(If it goes down, let me know -- I have a copy)
Father lists all the chapels he's losing to Fr. Zendejas.
But he betrays his own deception when he went and included SAN ANTONIO in the list!
San Antonio is my neck of the woods. I have all the facts first-hand, and here they are:
1. I am the coordinator for the Resistance chapel in San Antonio (technically, the chapel is between San Antonio and Seguin)
1b. The chapel here is a 30x40 metal building with a 12' roof. It has insulation, a few windows, a pedestrian door, and a garage door that is seldom opened. We have installed electricity, lighting, and several wall A/C units. The building is on private property and everything is in my name. About 150 of the 1200 sq. feet is used for storage, like a warehouse. We have several tall wooden shelving units going up to the ceiling on which we stack boxes from our household. Storage is what the building was originally built for. To minimize distractions, we put large tarps over each of the shelving units. Fortunately, we were able to dedicate almost the entire building for Church use. Even part of the "storage" area is cleverly designed to function as a sacristy and confessional.
2. Fr. Pfeiffer and/or Fr. Hewko came here (3) times in 2013: February, August, and September 2013.
3. An entire year elapsed during which I couldn't convince Father to come again. I put the chapel on hold, using the 1050 square feet for storage of various household junk.
4. In September 2014, I heard about a Resistance-affiliated Mass in San Antonio, but the address wasn't mine and neither was the phone number. I was confused.
NOTA BENE! (Note Well) At this point Fr. Pfeiffer washed his hands of my chapel and disconnected himself from me, my services, my mailing list, and so forth. It's only thanks to Fr. Voigt's level headed-ness and common sense that he chose to say Mass at this chapel, rather than some other location. So even during the time period Fr. Voigt was saying Mass here, it was no thanks to Fr. Pfeiffer, but only thanks to Fr. Voigt.
5. Turns out Fr. Pfeiffer sent Fr. Voigt to Texas to start a circuit. Apparently he sent him to his big benefactor (Who I will anonymously refer to as "Mr. X") with a single wide trailer (in a trailer park with narrow streets and parking space for only 4 cars total), rather than my 1,050 square foot, decently equipped chapel with room for 80 and enough parking space for 1000.
6. I contacted Fr. Voigt and he came here to visit for a good hour and a half; he saw the chapel building and we mutually decided that from October onwards we'd have Masses here. (I promised to clean out and restore the building to a chapel again)
6b. Around October 2014, Fr. Zendejas left the SSPX and Pablo went on his attack with the whole "sheep stealing" campaign. Fr. Pfeiffer followed it up with his infamous All Saints Day sermon, during which he echoed much of what Pablo was saying on the Our Lady of Mount Carmel website. I certainly attacked this. I even asked Fr. Voigt at one point if I was risking my monthly Mass by doing this. I suspected there wouldn't be a problem, since Fr. Voigt bought his own plane tickets and so forth. And I was correct -- Fr. Voigt wasn't going to stop coming here because of it. Like I said, Fr. Voigt was pretty independent, considering he was technically "working with Fr. Pfeiffer" at the time. He wasn't exactly a mindless stormtrooper, or an employee on Fr. Pfeiffer's payroll or something. But whatever happened, I had to speak the truth.
7. From October 2014 to May 2015, Fr. Voigt came here once a month to say Mass for a group of Faithful.
8. In May 2015, Fr. Zendejas/Fr. Garcia promised weekly Mass from then on, so we (unfortunately) couldn't host Fr. Voigt any longer. We had no hard feelings. (Fr. Zendejas obviously didn't force weekly Mass on our chapel; he gave me (as the coordinator and property owner) the choice, which I accepted as a no-brainer. Catholics must always choose weekly Mass over monthly Mass!
9. From May 2015 - February 2016, Fr. Zendejas offered weekly Mass here.
10. Late 2015, Fr. Voigt left the SSPX-MC (Fr. Pfeiffer's group in Boston, KY) citing problems with the seminary, Fr. Pfeiffer, and especially his right hand man Paul "pablo" Hernandez. See Fr. Voigt's open letter.
11. Speaking of Fr. Voigt's open letter, in 2015 Fr. Pfeiffer declared open war on Fr. Voigt, adding him to his LONG LIST of enemies. He calls Fr. Voigt "not part of the Resistance", and has called up "his" Mass centers and demanded that they send Fr. Voigt packing.
11. On February 14th, 2016, we welcomed Fr. Voigt back to say Mass, and again 2 weeks later for the 1st Sunday of Lent. Fr. Voigt is now working side by side with +Faure and +Williamson, and yes that includes Fr. Zendejas.
SO TO SUMMARIZE --
What claim does Fr. Pfeiffer have on the SAN ANTONIO primary chapel/group of the Resistance (a.k.a. St. Dominic's Chapel)?
Fr. P came here 3 times in 2013 and then ignored us indefinitely, unless you count sending Fr. Voigt here -- who he has since rejected, claiming he isn't even a Resistance priest.
If Fr. Pfeiffer is pushing our group to have any loyalty, it would naturally be to Fr. Voigt who actually came here every month for 8 months, or to Fr. Zendejas/Fr. Garcia who have been coming here weekly since May 2015.
Most current parishioners of this chapel could honestly say "Who is Fr. Pfeiffer?" since most of them haven't seen him here once. If they do know Fr. Pfeiffer, it's from elsewhere.
I suppose Fr. Pfeiffer thinks that he planted some kind of permanent SSPX-MC flag in San Antonio, like Buzz Aldrin (supposedly) planted on the Moon? Or that he has universal jurisdiction over the entire Catholic Church worldwide? (psssst -- that's called the Papacy, Father!)
But Fr. Voigt now has nothing to do with the SSPX-MC. And, strictly speaking, even while Fr. Voigt was coming here there was no real connection to SSPX-MC. Fr. Voigt was semi-independent even back then. He bought his own plane tickets and planned his own Mass circuits (far ahead of time, and with great regularity). I never heard from Fr. Pfeiffer once during that whole time period, nor did he send a single bit of support this direction (monetary, equipment, OR any parishioners). We had one wandering, hitchhiking "religious" who went by the name of Brother John who knocked on our door (not on a Sunday, mind you) and he said he came here because of the InThisSign chapel listing. He was looking for a valid priest, but even Fr. Pfeiffer wasn't good enough for him. But that's it! Everyone else in the Resistance group came because I approached them in person at the local SSPX chapel, or otherwise invited them.
Like the Resistance group in Post Falls, we have always been completely independent of Fr. Pfeiffer's organization. Even when HE came here a few times in 2013, I did all the organizing, e-mailing, publicity, and getting the chapel together. It was all local volunteers/donations -- nothing came from Boston, KY.
And most ridiculous of all: the San Antonio chapel is actually on my own private property! The large workshop/warehouse metal building in which the chapel resides is on the same piece of property as my family's home. How can Fr. Pfeiffer lay any claim to my own private property?
So to make my MAIN POINT:
If it has been proven that Fr. Pfeiffer is willing to lie/exaggerate about how "the San Antonio chapel was his, and Fr. Zendejas took it", then how much should we believe him when he applies this same charge to other locations? Using only common sense and logic, I'm inclined to think it's possible -- even likely -- that he's lying and exaggerating about them as well.