Post by Nightowl on Jul 20, 2018 12:21:48 GMT
Jul 20, 2018 3:58:22 GMT @machabees said:
Jul 19, 2018 19:56:03 GMT Nightowl said:
How many times do I have to ask, why doesn't fr. Pfeiffer Leave Williamson alone and utilize Moran, who fr. Pfeiffer adamantly finds legitimate?
Nightowl, we see the colors of your feathers. Appears you are only interesting in your own answers. First, regarding your above question, it was already answered here thecatacombs.org/post/2222/thread
Second, seeking Bishop A, B, or C is not a personal thing. Bishop Williamson denying service in a time of necessity, as we said multiple times, is what is wrong. Seems you are comfortable to have a hodge-podge Church just being a matter of getting along while omitting the supremacy of Her doctrine. Who is really the victim here? Christ.
Wouldn't it dawn on you as a catholic, if you are, to ask that basic question about doctrine. And you are fine for a bishop to dismiss catholic priests requests for no reason at all except I do not want to? That doesn't disturb you?
Your above statement highlights your intention loud and clear. You only wish OLMC to go away and obscurely throw a bone to them as to go after another 'personality' bishop ambrose. But to rid yourself in conscience the struggle the Holy Spirit convicts the false resistance with, does not go away. And, we are not going away. The complacency of the false resistance is seen to be quite happy; we know that. Well, we are not happy doing less and make a religion out of it. Catholicism has order. Something of which the false resistance threw away. So I can understand why you say what you do. Religion becomes personal for those who walk without the yoke of Christ.
It doesn't matter if b. Williamsons choice disturbs me or not.
He has made his choice, several times, and there is nothing to do about it but pray for him. I dont think badgering him and chastising him on the internet will help.
Your assumptions are false.
My point is that fr. Pfeiffer has a bishop he believes to be legitimate who IS WILLING to work with him. Why not utilize his services?
Being "closer to home" in beliefs doesn't cut it for me because it seems to me, with all the things b. Williamson has said, he and fr. Pfeiffer are miles apart in beliefs.