Sunday, October 11, 2015

CHUCK TO CHAPUT: YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT YOU'RE TALKING ABOUT.

Like Apuron, Archbishop Chaput is a Capuchin. Like Apuron, he is also discredit to the Capuchins because he also a Kiko. And, like Apuron, he apparently knows nothing of the early Church. 




  1. Even the Bishops are learning from the WAY!
    There is no group in the church today that reflects the life of the Acts of the Apostles better than the Neocatechumenal Way,' Archbishop Chaput said to the communities gathered in the arena. 'When the bishops and the lay faithful look at you, they learn how to be the Church;

Dear Archbishop Chaput,

With all due respect, I can think of at least 3 ways in which the life and practice of the Neocatechumenal Way departs greatly from that of the early Christians:

1) Early Christian communities were composed of people at all stages of Christian growth, and they regularly welcomed newcomers, catechumens, into their midst. In the Neocatechumenal Way, on the other hand, communities are closed and all members of given community walk in lock-step through set stages after being judged by catechists. Newcomers are put into “younger” communities. The early Church did NOT do this.

2) The primitive Church certainly had catechists within their communities, but these catechists submitted to the authority of their bishops (episcopos). The Neocatechumenal Way, on the other hand, has established an independent, global hierarchy of catechists, with Kiko at their head. The early Church had nothing like this.

3) The catechumenate in the early Church lasted only a few years, while members of the Neocatechumenal Way are locked into a series of stages that lasts several decades.

Chuck White
http://thoughtfulcatholic.com


One wonders if Chaput was made to sit on a chair in front of his community and forced to say publicly how many times he masturbated by Pius the Putrid (real stuff, folks), if he'd still spout this pandering garbage. 

The truth is Kiko's "vocations" (aka "immigrant scam") has made Chaput a superstar bishop, which is why Chaput elsewhere said "gimme more, gimme more," begging Kiko to send him more migrants for his pathetic episcopal resume. Only thing is, Chaput is smarter than Apuron: at least he got an advancement out of it while Apuron is made to shut up and sit down by his babysitters. 

Chuck (politely) knocks Chaput on the head, but I'm going to add a little more. 

Chaput says, "there is no group in the church today that reflects the life of the Acts of the Apostles better than the Neocatechumenal Way." LOL. He doesn't seem to know it, but that's an insult. 

The church during the Acts of the Apostles was an infant church. It was supposed to grow up. It did. But Kiko, with the help of the likes of Apuron, Chaput, and O'Money (O'Malley), wants to recreate the infant church so he can treat you all like nurslings and force you to pay for every suck from his neocatechumenal teat. 

Chaput then says, "When the bishops and the lay faithful look at you, they learn how to be the Church." MORE LOL. Do you all see what has become of Apuron and every other member of the clergy who has suckled up and "learned how to be the Church" from this bag of disease? 

Have a nice day. 

17 comments:

  1. Shows that even Archbishops are not immune to heretical teachings. Sad !

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    1. Sad because the are supposed to be defenders of the Faith, tasked with the duty of leading the faithful to Christ. Unfortunately, there are many followers of Judas in the Catholic Church, unfaithful priests, bishops, cardinals pretending to follow Christ while selling out the the faithful.

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  2. Of course, of course. One can't help but develop a holier-than-thou, elitist mentality when walking in the Way. This is why Diana (with her multiple personalities and gender) spouts BULLSHIT after BULLSHIT with great authority. Are we impressed?

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    1. Asked Diana from whence comes her great authority.

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  3. For sure, for sure, they surley are birds of the same feather, taking photo shoot with their Pope Kiko. What a rag tag bunch..

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    1. Awwww, give Brother Tony $$$ for his birthday. His suit is off the rack of last discount stuff at Ross.

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  4. tony, lost faith in the Lord, but found it in kiko
    so is tony considered a born again christian

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    1. Tony is not a born again Christian, he's a Kiko convert. His faith is in Kiko, not the Lord.

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  5. @7:24 Since their doctrine smells, and quacks like a protestant, he must be a protestant, he appears to be born again something - Not so sure it is Christian, especially since they teach that Jesus is a sinner.

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  6. Hello Anon at 7.24, it is funny that you are using the Born Again analogy, regarding Kiko's followers. Several of the Jewish organizations who have taken umbrage to the NCW shenanigans on the dead sea, and their new gigs in the middle east, have used the term "Born Again Catholics", with actually a certain level of disdain and irritation, for their not so veiled attempts to "convert" some Jews to Kiko's point of view, and weird ceremonies.
    I am actually planning to do a piece on that issue at a later date.

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    1. for: frenchie October 12, 2015 at 3:41 AM, I am 7:24,
      my Born Again analogy, it was my attempt at being sarcastic

      my use of the word Faith, as in "Faith in God".
      Having faith means realizing that God is bigger, greater, and better than me

      so for tony to give up on God, and to rely in kiko for faith, tony is saying kiko is better than himself, the Pope, NO ONE is better than GOD Himself......

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  7. Sounds like they have created a parallel church. A "church within the church". When is Rome going to wake up and realize this?
    Perhaps after the kikos have really made the church broke and corrupted the officials of the church with their enticements and promises of grandeur . Then it will be up to lay faithful to rebuild.
    Pray hard!

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  8. Like brother Tony we see clearly the source of Chaput's prayer for vocations. In stead of asking the Lord who calls men to the vocation of priesthood, Chaput and Apuron are asking Kiko gimme more, gimme more. They will get exactly what they are asking for, presbyters called by man and formed by man, half bake without spiritual substance.

    A reminder to Tony and Chaput, God in Holy Scripture says, "Ask the Master of the harvest to send out laborers for his harvest." That means, get on your knees and roll up your sleeves and pray to the Lord, to send you the priests that are needed. Kiko is only a man, he cannot give what does not belong to him. Ask God instead..

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  9. disappointing to read this about archbishop chaput. it seems to me that he's fallen for the "fruits" that the neocats like to show off: return to regular worship, large families, large attendance at papal events, and "going on missions"--without knowing more about what they really teach.

    as lapaz mentioned in a more recent post, perhaps chaput also isn't aware of even "10% of the things done by neocats, because in the Way people are trained to hide the most for 'foreigner's eyes.'"

    and of course, there's always the question of money. how much influence does money buy you in a diocese?

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    1. Chaput is an example of a lazy cleric. He probably doesn't know jack about what the NCW really is. All he sees is what they mean him to see. His statements are gratuitous. A real example of how "loose lips sink ships." The Catholic laity have been hammered, molested, and abused by people like Kiko because prelates are glad to let someone else do their work for them.

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    2. Chaput is probably thinking he is getting seminarians for free just by building an RMS seminary in his jurisdiction, a tick mark that he can chuck up as fruits of his ministry. He then boost up Kiko's ego by telling him that no one reflects living the acts of the apostles better than the NCW. What a prideful and insulting statement he makes, not knowing full well the atrocities and division this sect has inflicted on the innocent and valernable every where it has been on the face of the earth. He probably does not know that like Apuron, he is being used by Kiko to further Kiko's kingdom in the world. Scripture tells us "False messiahs and false prophets will arise, and they will perform signs and wonders so great as to deceive, if that were possible, even the elect." Matt 24:24

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  10. Real bishops are staying away from the Way. Kiko just managed to manipulate a few but in the eyes of the kikobots, they see thousands just like how they saw 42000 people in an arena that had the maximum capacity of 19500. Ho-hum........

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