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Re: Abbé Georges de Nantes, A new St. Pius X is coming?
« Reply #1 on: March 14, 2013, 08:57:10 PM »

Fr. Gruner seems to feel that he is the one to do the Consecration.

 

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Re: Abbé Georges de Nantes, A new St. Pius X is coming?
« Reply #2 on: March 14, 2013, 09:20:21 PM »
As much as I like and respect Fr. Gruner.  He has been completely wrong with his predictions before.
 

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Re: Abbé Georges de Nantes, A new St. Pius X is coming?
« Reply #3 on: March 14, 2013, 09:21:31 PM »
I saw this in one of the Moynihan letters:

"Cardinal Bergoglio is hostile toward the Traditional Mass, but he wrote a beautiful letter sent to the Carmelites of his diocese regarding the grave matter of the legal redefinition of marriage."

This is a bit of an absurdity.

Any Protestant preacher would be hostile to the Traditional Mass.

"BUT"...

He sends a beautiful letter about the grave matter of the legal definition of marriage.....not to the paper, not like Fr. Rodriguez a simple and truly humble priest into the belly of the beast, but to...a Carmelite Monastery?  How did this letter even come to the surface? 

This is the most public humility I've ever encountered.  It's so humble it's a spectacle.

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Re: Abbé Georges de Nantes, A new St. Pius X is coming?
« Reply #4 on: March 14, 2013, 09:27:35 PM »
As much as I like and respect Fr. Gruner.  He has been completely wrong with his predictions before.

He's only got one Pope at a time.  I guess he's hoping each day that each Pope will do the task.
 

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Re: Abbé Georges de Nantes, A new St. Pius X is coming?
« Reply #5 on: March 14, 2013, 09:29:35 PM »
I saw this in one of the Moynihan letters:

"Cardinal Bergoglio is hostile toward the Traditional Mass, but he wrote a beautiful letter sent to the Carmelites of his diocese regarding the grave matter of the legal redefinition of marriage."

This is a bit of an absurdity.

Any Protestant preacher would be hostile to the Traditional Mass.

"BUT"...

He sends a beautiful letter about the grave matter of the legal definition of marriage.....not to the paper, not like Fr. Rodriguez a simple and truly humble priest into the belly of the beast, but to...a Carmelite Monastery?  How did this letter even come to the surface? 

This is the most public humility I've ever encountered.  It's so humble it's a spectacle.
I must admit, Fr. Rodgriguez. Now he is humility incarnate.

No joke. He is very humble.
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Re: Abbé Georges de Nantes, A new St. Pius X is coming?
« Reply #6 on: March 14, 2013, 09:44:32 PM »
I saw this in one of the Moynihan letters:

"Cardinal Bergoglio is hostile toward the Traditional Mass, but he wrote a beautiful letter sent to the Carmelites of his diocese regarding the grave matter of the legal redefinition of marriage."

This is a bit of an absurdity.

Any Protestant preacher would be hostile to the Traditional Mass.

"BUT"...

He sends a beautiful letter about the grave matter of the legal definition of marriage.....not to the paper, not like Fr. Rodriguez a simple and truly humble priest into the belly of the beast, but to...a Carmelite Monastery?  How did this letter even come to the surface? 

This is the most public humility I've ever encountered.  It's so humble it's a spectacle.
I must admit, Fr. Rodgriguez. Now he is humility incarnate.

No joke. He is very humble.


I saw an older priest last week offer the diocesan TLM, he apologized for not genuflecting because he was afraid his arthritis would not let him get back up.  He went ahead with Mass and did all of the genuflections during the consecration virtually pulling himself back up by holding onto the altar. 

That was an act of love and humility, nobody would have held it against him if he'd not been able to genuflect.

An SSPX priest eating the sacred hosts out of the mud after the chapel had been desecrated and Our Lord strewn about on the ground.  That's humility. 

A guy who "acts" like a regular guy doing things that everybody does when he doesn't have to, is not doing something humble.  He's taking an option.

 

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Re: Abbé Georges de Nantes, A new St. Pius X is coming?
« Reply #7 on: March 14, 2013, 09:53:31 PM »
I saw an older priest last week offer the diocesan TLM, he apologized for not genuflecting because he was afraid his arthritis would not let him get back up.  He went ahead with Mass and did all of the genuflections during the consecration virtually pulling himself back up by holding onto the altar. 

That was an act of love and humility, nobody would have held it against him if he'd not been able to genuflect.

An SSPX priest eating the sacred hosts out of the mud after the chapel had been desecrated and Our Lord strewn about on the ground.  That's humility. 

A guy who "acts" like a regular guy doing things that everybody does when he doesn't have to, is not doing something humble.  He's taking an option.

This.  Thank you.
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Re: Abbé Georges de Nantes, A new St. Pius X is coming?
« Reply #8 on: March 14, 2013, 09:58:30 PM »
I saw this in one of the Moynihan letters:

"Cardinal Bergoglio is hostile toward the Traditional Mass, but he wrote a beautiful letter sent to the Carmelites of his diocese regarding the grave matter of the legal redefinition of marriage."

This is a bit of an absurdity.

Any Protestant preacher would be hostile to the Traditional Mass.

"BUT"...

He sends a beautiful letter about the grave matter of the legal definition of marriage.....not to the paper, not like Fr. Rodriguez a simple and truly humble priest into the belly of the beast, but to...a Carmelite Monastery?  How did this letter even come to the surface? 

This is the most public humility I've ever encountered.  It's so humble it's a spectacle.
I must admit, Fr. Rodgriguez. Now he is humility incarnate.

No joke. He is very humble.


I saw an older priest last week offer the diocesan TLM, he apologized for not genuflecting because he was afraid his arthritis would not let him get back up.  He went ahead with Mass and did all of the genuflections during the consecration virtually pulling himself back up by holding onto the altar. 

That was an act of love and humility, nobody would have held it against him if he'd not been able to genuflect.

An SSPX priest eating the sacred hosts out of the mud after the chapel had been desecrated and Our Lord strewn about on the ground.  That's humility. 

A guy who "acts" like a regular guy doing things that everybody does when he doesn't have to, is not doing something humble.  He's taking an option.

I totally agree. 
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Re: Abbé Georges de Nantes, A new St. Pius X is coming?
« Reply #9 on: March 14, 2013, 10:00:05 PM »
Maybe Fr. Gruner can make it happen by writing to the Pope and asking him to consecrate Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Marx. 

Then just before it happens tell him it was a typo and that it should read, "Mary." 
 

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Re: Abbé Georges de Nantes, A new St. Pius X is coming?
« Reply #10 on: March 14, 2013, 10:02:41 PM »
Maybe Fr. Gruner can make it happen by writing to the Pope and asking him to consecrate Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Marx. 

Then just before it happens tell him it was a typo and that it should read, "Mary."

HAHAHAHA. 

Maybe we could arrange so that there are some creepy oversized puppets and a menorah at the Consecration service, too?  It might confuse him into thinking it was something he was already familiar with.
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Re: Abbé Georges de Nantes, A new St. Pius X is coming?
« Reply #11 on: March 14, 2013, 10:05:36 PM »
Maybe Fr. Gruner can make it happen by writing to the Pope and asking him to consecrate Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Marx. 

Then just before it happens tell him it was a typo and that it should read, "Mary."

Maybe if it were Fr. Chavez.
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Crushed. Why do men then now not reck his rod?
Generations have trod, have trod, have trod;
    And all is seared with trade; bleared, smeared with toil;
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Re: Abbé Georges de Nantes, A new St. Pius X is coming?
« Reply #12 on: March 14, 2013, 10:42:49 PM »
As much as I like and respect Fr. Gruner.  He has been completely wrong with his predictions before.

He's only got one Pope at a time.  I guess he's hoping each day that each Pope will do the task.

He has made specific predictions with dates before and been wrong