Monday, March 28, 2016


AnonymousMarch 28, 2016 at 8:40 AM
  • Your explanation is right on point, and you hit the nail on the head in saying "expectation that the organization acted in good faith in obtaining the charter." The reality is indeed that neo has not acted in "bona fide," which should automatically nullify this charter. Thus neo leadership has to pile lies upon lies in order to exist. At the very onset, it seems that ncw was merely a mechanism to amass wealth in the guise of charism, when in reality it is a sham deception to extort money and property from vulnerable and gullible followers. Enforced strict obedience and hellfire fear are employed to guarantee adherence. It is a cult that has infiltrated the Catholic Church, not to sanctify souls or promote evangelization but to feed the huge ego of its founder and to sate the ginormous appetite for money by the board members. The so-called seminary is a cover-up while its leadership makes a mockery of vocation and people's trust.
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