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Miles Christi - Fr. Chazal's Asia District Newsletter

CathInfo will be promoting/distributing/hosting Miles Christi, Fr. Francois Chazal's periodic newsletter for the SSPX Resistance in Asia.

Fr. Chazal is part of the worldwide SSPX Resistance -- one of the "good guys". He supports the 4 Resistance bishops, the SSPX Resistance (including Resistance priests) all over the world, etc.

During my in-person meeting with Fr. Chazal at the consecrations, he asked me about hosting his Miles Christi newsletter, and I told him I'd be happy to host and distribute his SSPX Resistance newsletter.

A Resistance supporter sent me MOST of the back issues of Miles Christi. If you have any of the missing issues, please feel free to e-mail them to me (my username at cathinfo dot com).


For those looking to download issues of Miles Christi:

My naming convention: MilesChristi-ISSUE#-YEAR-MONTH.pdf

https://www.cathinfo.com/files/mcspx/MilesChristi-1-2013-3.pdf
https://www.cathinfo.com/files/mcspx/MilesChristi-2-2013-4.pdf
https://www.cathinfo.com/files/mcspx/MilesChristi-3-2013-6.pdf
https://www.cathinfo.com/files/mcspx/MilesChristi-4-2013-8.pdf
https://www.cathinfo.com/files/mcspx/MilesChristi-5-2013-10.pdf
https://www.cathinfo.com/files/mcspx/MilesChristi-6-2014-3.pdf
https://www.cathinfo.com/files/mcspx/MilesChristi-7-2014-6.pdf
https://www.cathinfo.com/files/mcspx/MilesChristi-8-2014-10.pdf
http://FileAnon.com/dvgfgghqzl
https://www.cathinfo.com/files/mcspx/MilesChristi-10-2015-6.pdf
http://FileAnon.com/zjozedfcnj
https://www.cathinfo.com/files/mcspx/MilesChristi-12-2016-6.pdf
https://www.cathinfo.com/files/mcspx/MilesChristi-13-2017-1.pdf
https://www.cathinfo.com/files/mcspx/MilesChristi-14-2017-5.pdf
October 2017:
http://FileAnon.com/ablvkfqanj
October 2017, in PDF form (still a bunch of scans though)
http://FileAnon.com/hvtifhcrqp
Misc:
http://FileAnon.com/riyssiwyvz
http://FileAnon.com/ndnfgjxgdh
https://www.cathinfo.com/files/mcspx/MilesChristi-16-2018-5.pdf

If you want to share Fr. Chazal's Miles Christi newsletter with friends, etc. you can use this convenient link:

https://www.cathinfo.com/mcspx.htm
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Does anyone know the situation of Fr Chazal's seminary in regards to the terrorist groups in the Philippines? 

http://nypost.com/2017/05/24/philippine-church-says-priest-churchgoers-taken-hostage/
MANILA, Philippines — Muslim extremists abducted a Catholic priest and more than a dozen churchgoers while laying siege to a southern Philippine city overnight, burning buildings, ambushing soldiers and hoisting flags of the Islamic State group, officials said Wednesday. President Rodrigo Duterte has declared martial law in the southern third of the nation and warned he would enforce it harshly.
The violence erupted Tuesday night after the army raided the hideout of Isnilon Hapilon, an Abu Sayyaf commander who is on Washington’s list of most-wanted terrorists with a reward of up to $5 million for his capture. The militants called for reinforcements from an allied group, the Maute, and some 50 gunmen managed to enter the city of Marawi.
Archbishop Socrates Villegas, president of the Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines, said the militants forced their way into a cathedral in Marawi and seized a priest, 10 worshippers and three church workers.
The priest, Father Chito, and the others had no role in the conflict, Villegas said.
“He was not a combatant. He was not bearing arms. He was a threat to none,” Villegas said of Chito. “His capture and that of his companions violates every norm of civilized conflict.”
Villegas says the gunmen are demanding the government recall its forces.
Duterte declared martial rule for 60 days in the entire Mindanao region, the restive southern third of the Philippine archipelago. He had vowed to be “harsh.”
“I warned everybody not to force my hand into it,” Duterte said on a plane en route to the Philippines on Wednesday. “I have to do it to preserve the republic.”
Martial law allows Duterte to harness the armed forces to carry out arrests, searches and detentions more rapidly. He has repeatedly threatened to place the south, the scene of decades-long Muslim separatist uprisings, under martial law. But human rights groups have expressed fears that martial law powers could further embolden Duterte, whom they have accused of allowing extrajudicial killings of thousands of drug suspects in a crackdown on illegal drugs.
Details from inside Marawi were sketchy because the largely Muslim city of more than 200,000 people appeared to be largely sealed off and without electricity.
“The whole of Marawi city is blacked out, there is no light, and there are Maute snipers all around,” Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana said late Tuesday in Moscow, where he was accompanying Duterte on an official trip. Duterte cut the trip short and headed back to the Philippines.
Lorenzana said dozens of gunmen occupied city hall, a hospital and a jail and burned a Catholic church, a college and some houses in an assault that killed at least two soldiers and a police officer and wounded 12 others.
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Hapilon, an Arabic-speaking Islamic preacher known for his expertise on commando assaults, pledged allegiance to the Islamic State group in 2014. He is a commander of the Abu Sayyaf militant group and was wounded by a military airstrike in January.
Troops sealed off major entry and exit points to prevent Hapilon from escaping, military chief of staff Gen. Eduardo Ano told The Associated Press by telephone late Tuesday from Moscow, where he was accompanying Duterte.
“We will conduct house-to-house clearing and do everything to remove the threat there. We can do that easily,” Ano said, but added it was more difficult in an urban setting because of the need to avoid civilian casualties.
He said the group erected Islamic State flags at several locations.
Duterte met late Tuesday with Russian President Vladimir Putin and said he is counting on Russia to supply weapons for the Philippines to fight terrorism.
“Of course, our country needs modern weapons, we had orders in the United States, but now the situation there is not very smooth and in order to fight the Islamic State, with their units and factions, we need modern weapons,” he said, according to Russian state news agency Tass.
While pursuing peace talks with two large Muslim rebel groups in the south of this predominantly Roman Catholic nation, Duterte has ordered the military to destroy smaller extremist groups which have tried to align with the Islamic State group.
The Maute group is one of less than a dozen new armed Muslim groups that have pledged allegiance to the Islamic State and formed a loose alliance with Hapilon reportedly designated as the alliance’s leader.
The Maute has been blamed for a bombing that killed 15 people in southern Davao city, Duterte’s hometown, last September and a number of attacks on government forces in Lanao, although it has faced setbacks from a series of military offensives.
Last month, troops backed by airstrikes killed dozens of Maute militants and captured their jungle camp near Lanao del Sur’s Piagapo town. Troops found homemade bombs, grenades, combat uniforms and passports of suspected Indonesian militants in the camp, the military said.


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Fr. Chazal and the MC-SPX are in CEBU island located north of the Philippines and about 600 km from where the terrorist groups are. The ISIS linked groups are in southern  MINDANAO island.

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Whenever a new issue is released (like today), I will bump this thread with a link to the latest issue.

https://www.cathinfo.com/files/mcspx/MilesChristi-14-2017-5.pdf

It will also be added to the collection of links in the OP.

Over time, the "bump" posts will be deleted, so the thread doesn't get too cluttered.
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I just read issues 1 & 2, 

Issue 1, page 2, bullet 2 Father says his greatest fear is that a "really" bad pope appears, an open modernist. (Except) that would make it hard for Bp. Fellay to make an agreement because it would be seen for what it is, a treason.

How true that has turned out to be.  I have read that some people think Frances may turn out to be the best thing to happen to Catholics because he will make them face their modernism.  I'm not convinced that will happen but hope springs eternal.

Issue 2, page 1, bullet 2 Father says that Traditional Catholics are less at risk to think that Rome is returning to tradition (now that F1 has been elected).  I think the rank and file know this, but the SSPX hierarchy is none the less intent on joining them.

Reading these newsletters is a good reminder of just how far the SSPX has fallen. 


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  • October 2017:
    http://FileAnon.com/ablvkfqanj


    October 2017, in PDF form (still a bunch of scans though)
    http://FileAnon.com/hvtifhcrqp
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  • Does anyone have this in pdf format?  This format is hard to read.

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  • you can say that again....
    Eclipses neither prove nor disprove the flat earth.

    "As for whether or not I work for NASA, I'm sorry, but I fail to understand what that could possibly have to do with anything" Neil Obstat, 08-03-2017


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  • Matthew, isn't is Austrasia?

    Even the print copy, I find hard to read. Handwritten block letter is especially hard to read, but he's worth the effort, if even for his wry humour. 

    Thank you for posting.

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  • Matthew, isn't is Austrasia?

    Perhaps Fr. Chazal should rename it as MCSPX - SSPX Resistance in Asia. No confusion.   ;)

    Austrasia sounds ......... ::)........! 
    Anyway, Australia's resistance has tumbled to a mere 100 or so from the 200 plus in the beginning and Australia is the only country with a 'fake' Resistance group   :facepalm:

    MHO anyway! 

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  • Fr. Chazal sent me a bunch more scans -- a response to Fr. Cekada, and some other photos of a newsletter(s).

    http://FileAnon.com/riyssiwyvz
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  • I added Volume 9 and Volume 11 to the OP, which someone e-mailed in.
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  • I just added a new issue, which is in PDF form.

    http://FileAnon.com/ndnfgjxgdh
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  • As an aside, it may be noted that Fr. Chazal has been serving as the official chaplain for the League of Christ the King.  The League's superb quarterly publication Oportet Christum Regnare always includes an informative and quite often inspiring letter from Fr. Chazal. Information concerning the League and its publication may be found at http://ca-rc.com/magazines

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  • Wow....that's an excellent newsletter by Fr. Chazal. I had to read it through a couple of times to really understand it. Such zeal for the faith is edifying. It describes the big problems regarding the SSPX/diocesan collaboration regarding marriages. And then there's the question of whether or not SSPX priests even understand what type of jurisdiction they have to forgive sins.

    I particularly like the story of the Novus Ordo seminarian who knew that the Novus Ordo system is really bad, and, wanting to leave the Novus Ordo, he first went to speak with the SSPX in Manilla, which didn't work out because of the lack of any acknowledgement by the SSPX priest regarding the huge problems in the conciliar church. He then finally went Fr. Chazal's "Bamboo seminary," where he found a home.

    It good that the bamboo seminary is growing, despite the hardships there, which miraculously seem to be decreasing (that's interesting, too). It's nice to see that young men don't seem to mind giving up the luxuries of the West.

     

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