Post by Admin on Jul 26, 2018 0:14:47 GMT
It never ceases to amaze how much damage can be done with a few strokes of a keyboard. It appears that imported smut from CI has today made its way to Cor Mariae. (Actually, Cor Mariae seems to have fully embraced the cathinfo-esque style of calumny and malice.)
The pitiful attempt was made to imply that somehow... in some way... the new priest at OLMC, Fr. Joseph Poisson, is a part of a Pennsylvania state grand jury investigation of sex abuse by several priests across the state of Pennsylvania. According to the calumnious posts in both forums, simply because Fr Poisson was sent by his-then FSSP superiors to be stationed in Pennsylvania for what looks like two years (2005-2007) he is, by virtue of the truth fact of his once breathing the Pennsylvania air, also worthy of investigation? Do these people have no shame? According to this line of reasoning, every SSPX priest sent to the state of Pennsylvania must also be under investigation? There is zero proof offered other than he resided in the state at the orders of his superiors.
Not only is poor Fr. Poisson NOT mentioned in any of the links or articles provided, no priest is mentioned by name. But this little fact is of no consequence to those who hate OLMC. A completely irrelevant fact when the charity he was extended was proffered by the priests of OLMC. That he accepted their kindness, well, poor man, that is his crime in the eyes of Cathinfo and Cor Mariae.
What we do know:
Fr. Joseph Poisson was released from the FSSP for being too traditional. He has spent the last five years on his parents farm in Canada. He arrived at OLMC in May of 2018. NOT shortly before the June 24th Pennsylvania investigation was announced as is being so calumniously spread as fact. He did NOT flee Scranton, Pennsylvania this past June, as is maliciously alleged.
This is such a contemptible behavior by supposedly-traditional Catholics, there are really no words.
In its more commonly accepted signification it means the unjust damaging of the good name of another by imputing to him a crime or fault of which he is not guilty. The sin thus committed is in a general sense mortal, just as is detraction. ... Objectively, a calumny is a mortal sin when it is calculated to do serious harm to the person so traduced. Just as in the instance of wrongful damage to person or estate, so the calumniator is bound to adequate reparation for the injury perpetrated by the blackening of another's good name. He is obliged (1) to retract his false statements, and that even though his own reputation may necessarily as a consequence suffer. (2) He must also make good whatever other losses have been sustained by the innocent party as a result of his libellous utterances, provided these same have been in some measure (in confuso) foreseen by him. In canon law the phrase juramentum calumniae is employed to indicate the oath taken by the parties to a litigation, by which they averred that the action was brought and the defence offered in good faith. www.newadvent.org/cathen/03190c.htm