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Thuc's Letter to Lefebvre (Consecration by Liénart Null)
Monsignor (Lefebvre), I have heard that you are in this moment in bad health. This is why I have taken the audacity to tell you the following: You have been consecrated a bishop by Cardinal Lienart, (who) never believed in our religion, so your consecration by him has been nulled. I am ready to consecrate you a bishop or you can find a bishop to consecrate you secretly. As regards the ecclesiastics that you made priests, find a bishop, for example myself, to consecrate them. All this, is in strict secrecy, known only between you and I. Pierre Martin Ngo-dihn-Thuc, Archbishop (Photocopy of the ORIGINAL HANDWRITTEN TEXT IN FRENCH letter by Msgr. Thuc sent to Lefebvre - 100% authentic.)

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Ad Iesum per Mariam | Reply 06.01.2017 00.28

Wow, what an eyeopener! Thank you for all this information which is otherwise unavailable elsewhere. God bless your work, TCW and PRC staff!

hans | Reply 04.05.2013 05.50

Is it still from 12 o'clock in the night that one must not take food or drink, other than water, before Holy Communion? Has Pope Pius XII reduced this time?

Papal Restoration Staff Member | Reply 03.05.2013 20.31

Hi. We have replied to this question here: "The Origin of the: Thuc To Lefebvre Letter". LINK: http://www.tcwblog.com/182861438/1100082/posting/the-origin-of-the-thuc-to-lefebvre-letter-ttll

Angie | Reply 02.05.2013 05.41

How was this letter obtained?

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