(April 11th, 2013 - Feast of St. Leo the Great, Pope)
email of (11.04.2013 04.24) to TCW:
"Hi, I've started with writing to known old priests with the story of Gregory XVII. In this way, I hope to find one, who is willing to believe, and help."
Reply from the Editor:
Dear Hans, Hello and thank you for contacting TCW. With this format (our new blog), In Today's
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to your excellent comment about contacting older priests (those truly ordained i.e., before the criminal Novus Ordo purposely changed the sacrament of Holy Orders to make it invalid), that is a great course of action!
One idea for true Catholics (who reject the "never ending" schismatic sedevacantist lie) is to
obtain a roster of the older "religious" from the usurped diocese they may be near. And find the names of the validly ordained priests in their guide. Many times the "caring" N.O. shoves them in ill-maintained "retirement homes".
In fact, we were contacted awhile back from a reader outside the US, who had meticulously documented very severe abuses that older
priests (who in good faith were trying to hang on to the traditions they were formed in), received from the N.O. "caretakers" who ran one of these "homes".
This person (researcher)
claimed certain older priest were singled out - and cited multiple stories of: starvation techniques used against these priests, mind control tactics "conditioning", and there was lots of evidence of broken bones (and even a skull fracture!)
administered to them. As this concerned individual investigated the horrific situation more, they were then forbade from coming onto the property and received threats ... so be wise when you contact these poor souls who, must get on
board the barque of Peter again ... and who then could help so many true Catholics receive valid life-giving sacraments (those with jurisdiction from the Holy See, in exile).
There truly is so much the faithful can do ... God will reward you! May Our Lady
Protect you and hopefully others, in this holy endeavor!
Blessed be St. Peter, Prince of
The Papal Restoration