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Coomeraswamy on Lefebvre's Celebrating the Bastard Rite

Important Notes: 1. Bishop ("Arch." came from an antipope) Thuc did, did, did very scandalous acts, including: accepting a large amount of money directly from the Jew Montini in a quid pro quo deal, where Thuc then agreed to "keep silent" about the Ephod wearing "pope's" new religion; publishing himself (Thuc), that he purposely had "withheld all intention of conveying orders" at a consecration ceremony, and much more. Thuc's alleged "consecrations" are viewed by the Hierarchy (in exile) as "doubtful at best". 2. Mr. Lefebvre was never validly ordained.

 

 

February 27, 1994: "For every scandalous act that Archbishop Ngo-Dinh Thuc is accused of, I can match an equally serious scandal on the part of Archbishop Lefebvre including that of celebrating the Novus Ordo rite and performing inappropriate ordinations. In fact, some of the theological opinions officially embraced by him and by his Society go well beyond the realm of scandal." -Dr. Rama Coomeraswamy,

Prof. of Ecclesiastical History at the the SSPX’s  "seminary" in Ridgefield, CT

for five years and close associate to Mr. Marcel Lefebvre for decades.

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13.06 | 18:08

Regularized... meaning he was removed of any censor for receiving ordination outside of the Catholic Church, and was formally approved by the Pope (Gregory XVII) to offer Catholic (True) Sacraments, for the Church. (He received canonical mission.)

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12.06 | 02:51

what is meant by regularized? If you were ordained in the Tridentine Rite that
should be good enough and certainly valid. Why regularized?
DL

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10.06 | 09:57

Read the book "Life of St. Margaret Queen of Scotland", posted here, whose holy feast day it is today!

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07.06 | 10:20

Wow, there was a precedent to our situation . . . thank you for this link.

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