Friday, April 22, 2016

more of the new evangelization from Paul ‘Ash’ Nicholson




Thankfully, it appears due to the recent fallout over at ChurchMilitant, the world will receive a respite from Nicholson’s smug videos in which he often mocks the Faith.  We guess Nicholson will also no longer be providing spiritual support to Mr. Voris.




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6 comments:

  1. Msgr. Escrivá used the word Saxum as a nickname to his successor Msgr. Álvaro del Portillo. Now, there is a Saxum Foundation located in the Holy Land belonging to Opus Dei.

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  2. Between his sordid 15 years of sodomy and his preachin and teachin the Catholic faith and splitting canonical hairs and critiquing bishops to the left and right of him there was a period of less than two years.

    That doesn't seem long enough to me.

    If I was buggering men for 15 years I wouldn't have the nerve to publicly tell people how to be good Catholics.

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  3. Anyone here know if Tony Spence and Michael Voris knew each other before Tony Spence made Editor-in-Chief of CNS? (Pre-2004)...

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  4. I give Mr.Voris respect for telling the truth before the entire World.
    That took brass you know what and he isn't sugar coating his past.
    I disagree with his Theology 100%.

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  5. Those bringing up Voris' past sins simply for self-gain and for the sake of knocking him down are sinning, probably gravely.

    At the same time though, those who would entrust their youth to him have a right to know.
    (CMTV has the young man PAUSE program)

    Homosexuality is a sin that can be forgiven. But it is also a mental disorder from which the young must be protected. It's not safe to trust anyone who we know to have any sort of sexual perversion with children or youngsters.

    We would undoubtedly and without hesitation act the same way towards a repentant ephebophile/homosexual priest. His sins are forgotten without a doubt, however no parent in their right mind would let their young ones hang out with him.

    As it stands right now most Catholics are forced into into an almost Protestant "once saved always saved" position. I got news for you guys: forgiveness does not mean we need to grant him license to keep doing what he's doing or forgo the appropriate and necessary response to these revelations. There are consequences that he has refused to accept as part of his past sins, namely that he has no place leading any religious discussions, or leading any kind of lay apostolate which grants him a position of authority. In an ideal situation, the local Bishop would insist he step down and remove himself from all self-appointed positions of influence. But we don't have that luxury.
    Do your due diligence.

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  6. darn, I cannot believe I have been missing these videos all along. And to know that I have been wasting my time reading books such as Catholic Prophecy, The Coming Chastisement, Our Lady of Good Success, Our Lady of La Salette, etc.

    What have I done? All along I could have been shepherd by this incredible cinematic priest. Woe is me. woe is me.

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