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Offline Matthew

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Trying to establish Resistance presence in Ohio
« on: November 15, 2020, 12:06:56 PM »
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  • Since this thread was derailed, we'll start it here, THIS TIME IN A NON-ANONYMOUS SUBFORUM.

    And no debating Sedevacantism outside the "Crisis" subforum.



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    I live in the Columbus, Ohio area, and am trying to establish a Resistance presence here. I started working with Bishop Pfeiffer, but I would like to know if his apostalate is one I can trust. If not, is there any priest who can stop by Columbus on his travels? There is a very small group of us, but in order to receive the sacraments we are reduced to attending CMRI chapels, Byzantine Liturgy, or some of them go to Indult Mass. The Byzantine Church here is as saturated in modernism as the rest of the Novus Ordo parishes around. I absolutely refuse to go to indult Mass!

    Please, let us know if there is anything anyone can do to help us.

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    Re: Trying to establish Resistance presence in Ohio
    « Reply #1 on: November 15, 2020, 01:20:26 PM »
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  • Whom would one contact about such a possibility?

    I know a certain priest in Ohio who has a nice chapel and a school and who currently plans on handing over his property to the SSPX ... due to lack of other alternatives (as he sees it).  He's not happy with the new SSPX orientation and is one of the old school Traditional priests.  At one point he was looking for independent priests who could take over.


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    Re: Trying to establish Resistance presence in Ohio
    « Reply #2 on: November 15, 2020, 05:42:27 PM »
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  • I lived in Columbus, Ohio for a couple years. It only had two TLM options when I lived there. One was at a diocesan parish that was part-Novus Ordo and part-TLM. The other was offered by Fr. James Thielen who I think is of Thuc-line ordination.  

    Since then, I have moved down to the Cincinnati area which has a lot more TLM options. However, I have not been able to find a Resistance chapel down here yet. If anyone knows of one within a two-hour radius of Cincinnati, please let me know.
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    Re: Trying to establish Resistance presence in Ohio
    « Reply #3 on: November 15, 2020, 05:59:36 PM »
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  • Whom would one contact about such a possibility?

    I know a certain priest in Ohio who has a nice chapel and a school and who currently plans on handing over his property to the SSPX ... due to lack of other alternatives (as he sees it).  He's not happy with the new SSPX orientation and is one of the old school Traditional priests.  At one point he was looking for independent priests who could take over.
    Father Leo Carley?

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    Re: Trying to establish Resistance presence in Ohio
    « Reply #4 on: November 25, 2020, 06:27:30 PM »
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  • First off, the gentleman from Ohio should be warned to stay far away  from Fr./Bp Pfeiffer.

    There is a long-standing occult presence in his apostolate and you are asking for long term trouble if you mix with him.   

    There are many topics archived on this forum if you want to spend the time to learn about his nightmare.

    Any... any trad priest but Joe Pfieffer.
    "Some preachers will keep silence about the truth, and others will trample it underfoot and deny it. Sanctity of life will be held in derision even by those who outwardly profess it, for in those days Our Lord Jesus Christ will send them not a true Pastor but a destroyer."  St. Francis of Assisi


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    Re: Trying to establish Resistance presence in Ohio
    « Reply #5 on: October 03, 2021, 11:31:26 PM »
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  • I am in Columbus and would be interested. I currently attend St. Leo which is an ICKSP Oratory and also the sede chapel with Father Theilen. If anyone is still trying to get a group together/start a chapel please message me.
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    Re: Trying to establish Resistance presence in Ohio
    « Reply #6 on: October 04, 2021, 12:42:53 AM »
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  • First off, the gentleman from Ohio should be warned to stay far away  from Fr./Bp Pfeiffer.

    There is a long-standing occult presence in his apostolate and you are asking for long term trouble if you mix with him. 

    There are many topics archived on this forum if you want to spend the time to learn about his nightmare.

    Any... any trad priest but Joe Pfieffer.
    I'd be careful to put "any trad priest" for there are quite a number of questionable characters running around claiming to be "trad priests".

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    Re: Trying to establish Resistance presence in Ohio
    « Reply #7 on: October 04, 2021, 04:05:01 AM »
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  • I'd be careful to put "any trad priest" for there are quite a number of questionable characters running around claiming to be "trad priests".
    It goes without saying that due diligence must be done to ensure the priest is a priest, as best as you can.


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    Re: Trying to establish Resistance presence in Ohio
    « Reply #8 on: October 04, 2021, 04:06:11 AM »
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  • Any... any trad priest but Joe Pfieffer.
    ... nor any trad priest in Joe Pfeiffer's circle.
    And remember Moran is in that area...

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    Re: Trying to establish Resistance presence in Ohio
    « Reply #9 on: October 04, 2021, 04:29:37 AM »
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  • Father Leo Carley?
    Fr. Carley is a great priest. I attended his Mass in Ohio for a short while when I was living there. I later asked Bishop Williamson about Fr. Carley who he met decades ago and he responded "Well, Fr. Carley has certainly held his portion of the line".
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    Re: Trying to establish Resistance presence in Ohio
    « Reply #10 on: October 12, 2021, 12:30:22 PM »
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  • I lived in Columbus, Ohio for a couple years. It only had two TLM options when I lived there. One was at a diocesan parish that was part-Novus Ordo and part-TLM. The other was offered by Fr. James Thielen who I think is of Thuc-line ordination. 

    Since then, I have moved down to the Cincinnati area which has a lot more TLM options. However, I have not been able to find a Resistance chapel down here yet. If anyone knows of one within a two-hour radius of Cincinnati, please let me know.
    The diocesan parish, Holy Family, no longer has the latin mass in Columbus. That stopped when an ICKSP oratory was established at St. Leo a year ago. Yes, there is a mission chapel with a Sunday and one week day Mass with Fr. Thielen. Fr. Thielen, a sedevacantist, was ordained by Bishop Carmona. If anyone is interested, the mission chapel is located at 2586 Billingsly Rd, Dublin (suburb of Columbus), Ohio. There is a (Low) Mass every Sunday at 8 and 10. The weekday Mass is usually Thursday or Friday at 10. There is no current, updated website so you'd have to go on Sunday and get the bulletin to find out for sure (or ask me). 

    Again, if anyone in the Columbus area is forming a group for a Resistance or other chapel, please let me know.
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    Re: Trying to establish Resistance presence in Ohio
    « Reply #11 on: October 12, 2021, 01:18:10 PM »
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  • Fr. Carley is a great priest. I attended his Mass in Ohio for a short while when I was living there. I later asked Bishop Williamson about Fr. Carley who he met decades ago and he responded "Well, Fr. Carley has certainly held his portion of the line".
    I was privileged to assist at Fr Carley's Mass when he used to come to the fire station at Cross Lanes WV (suburban Charleston), I was traveling through the area, and arranged my travel plans so as to stay at Cross Lanes overnight.  IIRC he came down once a month.  Wheeling-Charleston has historically been a very troubled diocese, much shenanigans going on, the Bishop Bransfield thing and whatnot.  One thing that W-C has going for it, they are largely funded by a huge oil field inheritance from a benefactor in Texas, enables them to fund parishes that would otherwise be very strapped for cash.  Aside from the Eastern Panhandle (exurban Washington DC), and to a lesser extent Morgantown and (even less) Charleston, it's a very poor state, but, Deo gratias, deeply "red", with a quiet dignity about it.

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    Re: Trying to establish Resistance presence in Ohio
    « Reply #12 on: October 12, 2021, 01:36:08 PM »
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  • I'd be careful to put "any trad priest" for there are quite a number of questionable characters running around claiming to be "trad priests".

    Good point.

    BTW, it has NOTHING to do with charity when it's a question of verifying your priest's education and ordination. That is called PRUDENCE and DUE DILIGENCE. You don't mess around with the Sacraments. How would you like to find out all your confessions were invalid? All those "communions" were just you worshiping bread, because the man you "hired" to be your priest turned out to be invalidly ordained?

    Or how would you like to have 14th and 15th century problems (read your Church History) because your priest's formation/education was not worth a pound of rat dung? Why do you think the Protestant Revolt happened? I'll give you a hint: it wasn't ALL their fault. Priests were setting a horrible example with widespread ignorance, immorality, concubinage, and error quite commonplace. It was right after the Black Death, so there was a real priest shortage and a desperate need for priests. Many were tempted to ordain unqualified, untested, and untrained priests, for reasons of expediency. Sound familiar?

    Priests were selling indulgences. Yes, they were. Actually selling tickets to heaven. They were NOT teaching the correct Catholic doctrine on indulgences; they were inadequately trained, and were horribly ignorant about dogmas of the Faith. This scandalized many who were then inclined to give ear to the protestant revolutionaries. After all, they were correct about the Catholic priests and selling indulgences. See how bad scandal is? See how bad ordaining unfit men to the priesthood is?
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