Tuesday, January 10, 2017


Posted by Chuck White

Fr. Angelo “Jesus was a sinner” Veraldi is back.  Back to Taiwan, if not Guam.  You may remember Fr. Veraldi’s now infamous lecture to our candidates for the diaconate on March 15, 2014.

We learned of Fr. Veraldi’s foray into Taiwan through a recent article on the website of the Italian "Bresciaoggi" magazine. We also learn...Read more.


  1. Veraldi is referring to the fact that the Psalms are Christological, that is, we can see Christ's life and especially his Passion, in them. But in Kiko-ism, we see half truths, that is, truth joined with lies.

    In this case, Veraldi is seeing Christ in the penitential psalms, but what he is forgetting is that the psalms are also Davidic. We see David's life in them. For example, take Psalm 51, which Jewish and Christian tradition attaches to David's repentance after being confronted by the prophet Nathan over his treacherous killing of Uriah the Hittite in order to have sex with Bathsheba:

    "For I know my transgressions,
    and my sin is ever before me.
    Against thee, thee only, have I sinned,
    and done that which is evil in thy sight.."
    Psalm 51:3-4

    Jesus didn't pray that.


  2. He must have dementia.
    Poor man should be in sheltered living not galavanting around the world. Jesus Christ is not a sinner.

    1. Do not give Fr Veraldi the excuse of demensia. His was very cogent and clear in his heretical lecture to the men in class. Dementia is not his disease. Fr Veraldi suffers from Kiko-mentia. It is a disease far more tragic than any other mental illness. It robs you of your ability to think for yourself. You are only able to think as Kiko thinks.

      The disease is spread orally by exposure to the words of Kiko, spread by little-minded catechists like Dr "Quack Quack" Eusebio and Jackie "the trained lawyer" Terlaje, and bloggers like Mae LLanes, aka Diana. It is very infectious and quite addictive, because mindless people find comfort in belonging to the cult.

      Sadly, it has led to the mental decline of hundreds on Guam and thousands throughout Christendom. The cure of this horrid disease is truth, plain and simple.

      This truth can be found in the Jungle! Thanks Chuck White for exposing the disease as a reminder of why we fight to bring sanity and stability back to our ailing Church.

      Fight on Christian soldiers!

    2. I agree with Janet, In biblical history God always brings his people into the desert, It is in the desert that his people are prepared for entry into the promised land, Well since we do not have deserts on a tiny island, the equivalent of the desert is the Jungle. Perfect place to give you an honest perspective of Kikoism and its evil manifestations.

  3. The Issue that Veraldi has brought up is the age old heretical teaching of Arianism that the church dealt with in Nicea summarized in the following:

    1. Word as Son of God must be a creature.
    2. Must have a beginning.
    3. As a finite being, he must have different order of existence
    with the Father.
    4. Must be liable to change and even sin.

    This is what you get when you deny the validity of the early councils that addressed this heresy and explicated the doctrine of the Holy Trinity.

    Had the NCW followed the teaching of the Church vice the teaching of Kiko, they will not be teaching doctrines that "Jesus was a sinner".

    1. In my post, "Kiko's Trouble with the Trinity", I discuss 8 "exhibits" that demonstrate that Kiko Arguello does indeed stumble over the doctrine.

    2. Thanks Chuck for your article on Kiko and the Trinity,
      I just have to ask this question of these NCW members; Who the hell is Kiko that we should follow his teachings? From where does he come from? Who sent him to teach? Who ordained him to teach "Thus says the lord? I cant believe that these NCW members are pitting the teachings of Kiko, against the pillar and foundations of truth (The Church of Christ(1Tim 3:15))

  4. Veraldi must have been a "fruit" of NCW's Redemptoris Mater as well. He is just regurgitating the erroneous narrative spewed by blasphemous "responsible catechists."

    1. I doubt that he attended an RMS seminary. Those seminaries were not around before the 80's. But he could have joined the Way in early days as a young priest.

  5. hateful man like Putrid.

    1. We have no reason to call him "hateful", just "heretical".

  6. The idea of JesusChrist as a "willing sinner" for his absolute love of every and all human person -mode Kiko on- is so assumed in the Way, so incensantly repeated once and twice and again and again every day, in every neo celebration, in every eucharist, every monition and catechesis....that has became one of neocatechumenal dogmas.
    Even after several years "out" of the Way, I realize that premise is deeply installed on me, I have to do a rational exercise to stop it in my mind. I wish I could explain it better but my limited English does not allow more, sorry. I should write about that one day.
    Thank you, Charles, for helping me so much to see the real True.

  7. Thank you for your research into "Kiko's Trouble with the Trinity", Chuck. The comparison between Kiko's pictures and the Eastern Church is an intentional visual display and a visual denunciation of the Trinity: The Eastern Church uses three rays which historically represents the Trinity, whereas Kiko uses only one ray. Kiko is heretical, and a Trojan horse within the Catholic Church.

  8. Heretics like this old devil should be laicized. However, the only people Francis prosecutes seem to be a few wild ones in the boonies who openly support priestly Ordination of women. That shows you where his skewed priorities lie.

    As his long record in Argentina proves, Francis couldn't care less about the brutalized victims of perverse bishops, clergy and religious. All of his Papal edicts about them are toothless.

    Unless they're publicly exposed by their suffering victims, criminal psychopaths like Apuron remain safely protected by the Vatican's Old Boys Network.

  9. Rose de los Reyes (Seattle, WA)January 18, 2017 at 12:29 AM

    In the same week Tim posted this story above about another one of the NCW's heretical teachings, one of the scripture readings from daily mass of this same week is taken from Hebrews 4:12-16 and I quote verse 15: "We do not have a high priest who is unable to sympathize with our weaknesses, but one who has similarly been tested in every way, yet WITHOUT SIN [my emphasis on the last 2 words]. How much more clear a teaching can we get from scripture that Jesus was not a sinner, yet the NCW puts its wrong spin on this teaching!