Friday, December 23, 2016

Bishop Ousts Another Traditional Friendly Order From His Diocese


Edit: got this the other day from our correspondent in Oklahoma, the Okie Traditionalist.  This is the same Bishop who's acted to remove Father Ripperger's order from his diocese. Bergoglio's man Konderla  has decided to oust the Daughters of Mary, a Catholic female religious order, from his diocese:

From their recent Advent/Christmas 2016 Newsletter (emphasis his) LINK

The new bishop of Tulsa told us earlier this month that he does not see a way forward for our community in the Diocese of Tulsa, Oklahoma. In a memo to Diocesan priests and staff, the bishop wrote: “After careful consideration and prayerful discernment, the Diocese of Tulsa has elected to end its affiliation with the Daughters of Mary, Mother of Israel’s Hope and allow the community to continue their apostolic exploration in another diocese.”
This is a great sadness to us and to many families and individuals in the Diocese of Tulsa and beyond who have worked so hard and given so much to establish our Priory and renovate the guest house that was donated to us. Yet, we are at peace...
It's also discussed on the Hirsch Files...

Who says, you'd better not complain, or it will get worse.

Let him know what you think of him:

21 comments:

  1. These Bergoglian bishops are disgraceful. I have chosen not to follow the sedevacantist viewpoint, but frauds like this bishop and the man who occupies an entire floor at a Vatican hotel and making me rethink my view.

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    1. I beg you, in the name of Our Lady of Sorrows, PLEASE do not give in to sedevacantism. I strongly recommend that you read True or False Pope? A Refutation of Sedevacantism and Other Errors by John Salza and Robert Siscoe available from www.trueorfalsepope.com. This book has helped me immensely and I hope that it will do the same for you.

      Z nami Boh! God is with us!

      Margaret

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    2. I attend a sedevacantist chapel and dont see any difference between us & the SSPX groups.

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  2. ..." and allow the community to continue their apostolic exploration in another diocese.”
    Wich are these reasons preventing the "apostolic exploration" in the diocese of Tulsa, while allowing it in another diocese?

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  3. But, but he said the decision was made after much prayer and discernment...egads, I'm throwing up in my mouth. These traitorous men are loathsome like a festering boil

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  4. Why is this man being interviewed in a church with the sacrament in the tabernacle. Look at the sanctuary light on. "My house is house of prayer" not a recoding studio or office. There is a piano on the left? The church isn't a music hall. Why does it talk so slowly and with such a disconnected manner. Bishop Slattery was a good bishop.

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  5. The Church has truly entered her Passion... God have mercy on us....

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  6. Today, someone told me the following:

    "I'm curious that you spend the whole article saying that being silent and subdued is what got us here, and then end with "but don't agitate them by calling them"..."

    The answer is to simply know your place in the scheme of things.

    I replied:

    When confronted by the bishop or his people, the clergy in Tulsa should not pretend to be something they are not. They should not hide their traditionalism. They should stand for who and what they are.

    Nor should the laity, here in Tulsa, be silent about this. We have invested into these communities. It is our right to at least acknowledge what has been done with the money and time we have put into these religious communities. This is public knowledge--not gossip. And something nefarious is happening in our community. It is our right to communicate with one another.

    But should the laity pester the bishop? No. Perhaps on that silly survey Konderla mentions, which I discussed in another post. However, do not mistake the Catholic Church for a democracy. It is not. Know your station, and know that, should the bishop be interested in hearing us out, he will ask.

    We should prepare ourselves for this ongoing demolition. And the clergy should stand fast with ready hearts. But, again, we are not Protestants. We are not in open protest against the Church. We are members within it. We are not each his own pope. It is a fine line, as St. Catherine of Siena would attest. We should not pretend there's nothing wrong. But neither should we revolt in some sort of a Freemasonic style.

    I suppose if Tulsans want to remove support from Bishop Konderla's domain, they could give their money to another diocese or cause. We do, after all, have an SSPX chapel here in town.

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  7. Somebody ought to just knock his block off. What a jerk.

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  8. This Bishop's eyes are hiding something. Dig, dig, dig and find out ....

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  9. Does this Bishop know that he does a very poor job of masking his hypocrisy. We have been hearing these kind of lies from the Modernist heretics for over 50 years. Its getting old!

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  10. Prayerful discernment my foot. The man is there to thwart any traditional leanings which are judged to hold up the Bergoglio project. This disgrace for a pope is putting in as many willing placemen as he can to speed up his NuChurch process.

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  11. Another Judas to serve the 30 pieces of silver in the Vatican. Faker and henchman. Fool of fools, from a sea of Bergoglian pederast-protecting liars.

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  12. Wishing all a happy and Grace-filled Christmas.

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  13. That newly remodeled addition will be used for the DACA students & their families the church is going to house at taxpayer expense. The Tulsa church thanks you for your contribution.

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  14. This bishop is the same bottom of the barrel scum as Bergoglio himself.
    But to be fair, this Order of nuns has been floundering since it's inception. If I'm not mistaken, there are still only 2-3 members.
    I think the Church only gives a certain amount of time for a new institute to prove itself as viable...or not, before it either sanctions it or suppresses it, or a bishop, seeing that it is a struggling community lacking vocations and sense of purpose/apostolate asks it to leave his diocese and go elsewhere.
    Damian Malliapalli

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    1. From photos on the Daughters of Mary website, latest newsletter, it looks like there's about 7 members.

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  15. I met him a couple of times when he was down at A&M, he didn't impress me very much, generalized homilies. I know a lot of the aggies were not as fond of him as his predecessor, the now Bishop of San Angelo, Michael Sis. Interesting seeing more and more bishops being selected from the college ranks.

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  16. Most of the comments here are scandalous and inappropriate. It is certainly proper to disagree with the hierarchy and some of their decisions, however, to say they are "in the same bottom of the barrel scum as Bergolia himself" is not in Christian charity. Disagree? Yes, but do it in the charity of Christ. Furthermore, ask the Holy Spirit to guide the hierarchy, then perhaps you will see some changes.

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    1. Credulity is a grave sin. Rather than trying to shame people who see the problems for what they are, you'll give up on fruitlessly trying to troll people who are Catholic and justifiably angry at Bergoglio's evil?

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  17. This boy "cardinal" is nominated for Cuck of the week.

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