Saturday, December 31, 2016

RMS AND HERESY

Randy Engel, one of the nation's top investigative reporters, writes:

"...why does it always seem that no action is taken by the hierarchy against known clerical heretics until the heretics are denounced by the long suffering Catholic laity and the matter becomes a public scandal?"

Randy (a woman) is writing in reference to an Australian priest who has revived the 5th Century Nestorian heresy which denies that Mary was the Mother of God, and in so doing, declares Jesus NOT to be God. 

This is very similar to what the Kikos covertly teach. In September of 2014, we uncovered a guest neocat priest at RMS, teaching that Jesus is a sinner:

"He experienced the forgiveness of the Father, because he was a sinner.  He became a sinner.  Willing, not because he was imposed, because he was a sinner, willingly, willing a sinner."

The priest's name was Fr. Angelo Veraldi. Apuron was confronted about this teaching at a parish visitation and he pretended that he didn't know who the priest was: "I’d like to know who that priest is and tell him that’s wrong theology." (LOL. Like it's only "theology.")

(Chuck White further wrote about it here.)

Upon the pastoral visit of Archbishop Hon, in January 2015, the CCOG submitted a detailed account of this heretical teaching in our diocese to Hon. Hon's general attitude at the time to the CCOG was that they had no business even using the word "heresy."

This brings us back to Engel's question:

"...why does it always seem that no action is taken by the hierarchy against known clerical heretics until the heretics are denounced by the long suffering Catholic laity and the matter becomes a public scandal?"

The lack of action by our hierarchy on anything (except for covering their butts) is so prevalent now that it is almost expected. Maybe Archbishop Byrnes will be different...maybe not. What is clear is that we, the laity, MUST take responsibility for our souls and the souls of our children. 

Here is Engel's column. 



Recommendations by JungleWatch