ME: Ummm, where is yours, Zoltan? Shall we take your word over Fr. Paul's? You guys can't even produce the document permitting you to receive communion sitting. Apuron says he's still looking for it. LOL. The fact that Patti Arroyo on her radio show was the first to make the connection, and made it automatically and even casually, shows that it was common knowledge that Fr. Paul was a marked man. Fr. Paul wasn't the first. Other priests had been threatened and canned because they refused to bow to Pius and Cottman. Fr. Paul was just the first to stand up to Apuron.
ZOLTAN: By the way, I have my own copy of "Target = Priest" from the Agat meeting. It has NO AUTHOR'S NAME printed on it and no publisher's information at all. Another way to say this that this book was written by an anonymous coward who was so afraid of the repercussions that he did not reveal his identity!
ME: LOL. It continues to amaze me and many others that UOG actually pays you to be a teacher. What a sad commentary on this university given your apparent lack of intellectual gifts. Let me help you out. The book was available on this website for a whole year before it appeared in print. Look on the right side bar. Oh, never mind. You probably don't know right from left. Here, let me copy it here for you:
Prominent among the problems is the decision of the translators to break with common Catholic usage and translate the Latin "presbyteri" into English not with "priests" but with "presbyters". This cannot meet with the Holy See's consent since it risks being misunderstood by the people and represents an unacceptable theological tendency. In particular it constitutes a retreat from a term that carries a sense of sacrality, that carries with it the history of the development of the faith in favor of a term which does not.
Letter from the Congregation for Divine Worship to the president of the NCCB on the defects of the Ordination Rite, Prot. 760/96/L, 761/96/L, 20 September 1997