Monday, April 24, 2017

KERYGMA BULLYING. IS THIS REALLY WHAT THE CHURCH NEEDS?

Posted by Chuck White and Lino Lista
A group of Catholics in Italy now possesses all of Kiko’s secret catechisms after the Second Scrutiny, including those from the Traditio to the Election stages, as well as the “corrected” versions of those volumes. The group is scanning them, and analyzing and comparing the corrections to the original volumes. After they finish, these catechisms will be published so that you can understand well what atrocities the Neocatechumenal Way has secretly perpetrated for decades.  Here's another tantalizing update in English on this project.  Stay tuned to this channel for more!  Read more.

14 comments:

  1. Excellent research Charles

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  2. very interesting.

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  3. Thanks, Chuck, for pointing out the “insults, beating, shouting, criticism,and scolding” taking place within the NCW. We know of no such insulting and scolding taking place on the JW blog, so you are free of the charge of hypocrisy.

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    1. Analogy fail.

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    2. Timothy Guile is equating the abuses that occur and psychological leveraging that occurs in the secrecy of the Scrutinies with this blog's efforts to reveal that abuse. His mask is slipping.

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    3. I want all abuse to be revealed: sexual abuse, name-calling, insult, and hypocrisy. Where is there obedience to the truth in hypocrisy? Only the hypocrite wears a mask. Whose is slipping now?

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    4. "This I command you, to love one another" (John 15:17). Where is there love in sexual abuse, in name-calling, in insult, in hypocrisy?

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    5. Sigh. Guile is back with his sit-in-judgment on the rest of us attitude. So boring.

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    6. Guile: I, I, I, I... smh

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    7. You find Christ's words in John's Gospel boring?

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    8. No, Thimothy Guile, it's not boring, it's sacrosanct. Concerning John 9, it is boring for you to look for the right words in the Gospel of the Catholics and the Greek manuscripts. Soon we'll explain where Kiko found the mud/dirt of initial and Traditio catechesis. Do not change the channel :-)

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  4. Many of these unsuspecting victims are in vulnerable situations, the NCW uses this to exploit them. Once they have been forced to confess, the NCW will use their confessions to manipulate them by using guilt and fear so that they will not be able to leave. We need openly to expose this “Kerygma bullying” to everyone so that the world will truly know the truth about the NCW.

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    1. Rose de los Reyes (Seattle, WA)April 25, 2017 at 3:05 AM

      I suspect "the Scrutinies" is possibly where, how, and why the NCW established a hold on Abp. Apuron --- he may have confessed his sexual abuses on children victims and other practices in which he misused his powers as bishop/archbishop. Then after that, he was beholding to them to keep their mouths shut and not turn him over to authorities.

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