Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Whoops, a slip of the pen...

...unintentionally reveals the truth about 
the Novus Ordo

The Archdiocese of St. Louis was quick to offer a correction and apology for the headline.

1 comment:

  1. Yeah - LARGEST group ever ordained to the permanent diaconate - 25 MARRIED (some divorced/all w/children (max 5-most 2/3)) 'men' (bet all their wives wear pants and have uncovered heads!); - everyone of them w/'secular careers;' everyone of them married (some divorced?); all but one over 50 (one N/A for age!) - that one 37--check out his secular career as a criminal investigator prosecuting attorney's office (and his wife (VC2-St) Bambi--named after that a Disney pedophile sodomite promoting character):
    Matthew M. O'Neail

    Age • 37

    First Mass • 5 p.m., Saturday, June 2, St. Rose of Lima Church in DeSoto

    Family • wife: Bambi; son, Lance; daughter, Angelina

    Secular career • Criminal investigator, Jefferson County Prosecuting Attorney's Office

    The Call • For me the call to serve the Church as a deacon came subtly, yet clearly. I spent a lot of time in prayer asking God to show me ways I could serve my parish. Many times after this prayer, I would be touched by memories of a deacon who many years ago ministered to my wife and I. From those memories, a desire to serve as a deacon began to form. I am grateful for the loving support of my family, as well as the guidance and support of Father Alexander Anderson, Deacon Edward Boyer and Father Clark Maes.

    [may they all have as many 'masses' as they have children! Contraception criminals -- bloody baby murderers of the VC2!]

    St. Lous; 2/27/14: Akiki, 41, is the first married man in the Maronite Catholic Church to be ordained into the priesthood in the United States with the blessing of the pope. ..Ines Angeli Murzaku, a professor of church history in the Department of Catholic Studies at Seton Hall University in New Jersey (home of pedophile pervert priest raping, baby killers McCarrick & Tobin), agrees that the ordination is significant but adds that she doesn’t think the move is “breathtaking and would mean an immediate lift of the ban.” “It seems to me that the pope is responding ... on a case-by-case basis,” she said.