Wednesday, April 27, 2016

JOSHUA AGLUBAT'S CHANCE TO BE A HERO


Joshua Aglubat has given us quite a "testimony" of what the NCW has done for himself and his family. Of course, he prefaced said testimony with a wonderful greeting. While from a Neo like himself we might expect the usual Peace, Joy, He is Risen or something along that line followed by a double smack on both cheeks, instead Joshua chooses to greet us a bit differently:

Joshua AglubatApril 27, 2016 at 10:42 AMWhat the hell is the problem with you people? 

Given the wonderful greeting, I am sure you will be warmed up to wanting to read the rest of Joshua's testimony which you can do here.

Meanwhile, I have a little offer for Joshua. He seems so distraught over this "division," so here's his chance to end it. 

Joshua, are you listening?

Okay, here you go:

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Dear Joshua, let's make this easy. The Catechism of the Catholic Church states that the Eucharist is a SACRIFICE:

1366 The Eucharist is thus a sacrifice because it re-presents (makes present) the sacrifice of the cross.

Bishop Schneider says that Kiko and his NCW "reject  the idea and the teaching of the Eucharist as a true sacrifice." 

Our rejection of the NCW has nothing to do with all the goody-goody things that happened to you. Our rejection of the NCW has only to do with the NCW rejection of the central truth of our Faith: that the Celebration of the Eucharist is "a sacrifice because it re-presents (makes present) the sacrifice of the cross.”

This rejection of the central truth of our faith places you outside the Catholic Church and validates Bishop’s Schneider’s claim that you are a member of “Protestant-Jewish heresy with a Catholic decoration.” 

You only have to show us that Bishop Schneider is wrong and that Kiko teaches exactly what the Catechism of the Catholic Church teaches. Here, let me copy it again direct from the Catechism:

1366 The Eucharist is thus a sacrifice because it re-presents (makes present) the sacrifice of the cross.

Now, this should be easy for you, Joshua. 

Kiko has his own Catechetical Directory which is a SUMMA of his teachings. You have only to provide here a copy of a direct quote from Kiko's Catechetical Directory which states that Kiko believes and teaches that "The Eucharist is thus a sacrifice because it re-presents (makes present) the sacrifice of the cross."

If that is what Kiko teaches then Bishop Schneider is wrong, we are wrong, and you are right. And we will withdraw all our criticisms and go home. 

You can end this, Joshua. You can do it. You can be the Neo-hero. Ready? Okay. One, two, three, GO!

Oh, one more thing. Please don't take as long as the Archbishop to find the document permitting your different reception of the Eucharist, which is now at One Year and 133 Days, or Diana's finding the corporate documents showing that RMS is a corporation sole, which is now at 196 days. And you don't want us to put a counter on you too, would you. I mean, really, I'm running out of room in my sidebar! Hurry now. 

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