See how the farmer waits for the precious fruit of the earth, being patient with it until it receives the early and the late rains. - James 5:7

Sunday, July 03, 2011

Mass Chat: Now this too sounds pretty nuts ...



"An unseen evil has re written history and has grown to control all aspects of global societies."
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I had never heard of Fr. John O'Connor before stunbling upon the following article.  I took an interest in his story since at one point he sought legal advice from the murdered Wisconsin priest, Fr. Alfred Kunz, who - if I'm not mistaken - was also friends with Fr. John Hardon.  Fr. O'Connor was dismissed from the Dominicans and from what I understand suspended from the functioning as a priest.  Apparently none of those things mean much any longer today.  Fr. Corapi continues to remain in good standing with the Church, right?  Anyway - Although Fr. O'Connor died in 2006, I have to wonder if his influence isn't very much alive today?  I'm thinking he just might be the source of most of the end-times/anti-Christ/socialist-bishop rumors and speculation floating around these days ?
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The Fr. O'Connor story.
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Many Catholics have probably never heard of John O'Connor but he was one of the first priests to acknowledge the cabalistic origins of Masonic Communism and to be expelled for opposing homosexual control of the church.
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Born and raised in Chicago, Father O'Connor was a Military Chaplain during the Second World War. He became curious about Hitler and the "anti-Semitism" of the Nazi regime. Many soldiers asked him why, when they liberated Jews from the concentration camps, some of the Nazi guards were themselves Jewish and had even been former mayors of towns in Germany prior to the War.
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O’Connor was ordered to be examined by a psychologist following a talk in which he named Cardinal Joseph Louis Bernardin, his Dominican brothers Benedict Ashley, William Bernacki, Peter Witchousky and his Dominican Superior Donald Goergen as members of the Gay Rights Movement. He claimed his Superior barred young men from joining the Dominicans if they refused to accept sodomy and homosexuality as a viable life style alternative. He had been informed of this by several young males who had sought ordination.
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O'Connor sought the advice of a Canon Lawyer, Fr Alfred Kunz. Fr. Kunz was brutally murdered in a ritualistic fashion after assisting in the investigation of a satanic pedophile cult connected to the priesthood.
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In the summer of 1991, Rome informed O'Connor that he was dismissed from the Dominicans. O'Connor packed his bags and left the River Forest Priory forever. He lived with his widowed sister until his death of natural causes Dec.7 2006.
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On Ash Wednesday, February 28, 1990, O'Connor wrote: "When I made my vow of obedience 40 years ago, it was first and foremost to Jesus Christ, His Mother and St. Dominic and in obedience to them only death will silence my witnessing to the Truth."
-Source and Fr. O'Connor homily video

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Are you thinking what I'm thinking? 
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H/T Spirit Daily

5 comments:

  1. ... and what are you thinking my dear Terry?

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  2. I hate being daft. I hate that I can't pick up on this stuff.

    I have no idea what Terry is thinking.

    My stomach hurts.

    Are you thinking what I am thinking? Ugh.

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  3. +JMJ+

    I think that what you were thinking when you thought of that line was that it would be hilarious if you wrote it and then everyone tried to guess what you were thinking. Which was no more and no less than this.

    (Do I win? Did I guess how many jellybeans there were in Terry's jar???)

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  4. Enbrethiliel got it. It is exactly what I was thinking.

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  5. I'm thinking you had one too many doughnuts after Mass, and you succumbed to the sugar rush.

    But that's just me.

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