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Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Bergoglio orders ostracism for Schneider, vetoes Burke and Restrict Critical Book

Report: Vatican Limits Travel for Faithful Bishop

Only For Him: Bishop Schneider Must Stay Eleven Months A Year at Home

Monsignor Athanasius Schneider :
“When we arrive at a point in the Church where the faithful, priests and bishops are afraid to say something, as in a dictatorship, this is not the Church.”
“...blind obedience is characteristic of a ‘dictatorship,’ not the Church”.

The Ugly Side of "Collegiality": Bishop Schneider Must Inform Nuncio Before Leaving Country

en.news Marco Tossati published on November 6 further details about the travel ban imposed by the Vatican on Bishop Athanasius Schneider.

The measure was taken in spring by Cardinal Pietro Parolin, the Vatican Secretary of State. Schneider was informed in April by Kazakh Nuncio Francis Assisi Chullikatt only orally [in order to deny Schneider the possibility of a canonical appeal].

Schneider has to inform the Nuncio about any trip abroad he is going to undertake.

Other standards apply to controversial Cardinal Maradiaga, who is travelling all the time although he is responsible for an archdiocese. 

The strange thing is that Schneider minimizes it:

Francis Assisi Chullikatt 

Marco Tosatti:

On the other hand, it is not surprising that these acts are a clear sign of a growing unease with regard to free voices in a regime in which dialogue is spoken, but where criticism is feared. And where however silent and hidden means are preferred to limit freedom of expression. Like the "advice" given to the American bishops - always aloud, always by a nuncio - not to invite people like Card. Burke, and, if you can not avoid his presence, do not go to the event ....

Vatican Pressures Publishing House To Restrict Critical Book

Describing the formation of homosexual cliques of clergy Fr. Oko says:

They know well, however, that they may be exposed and embarrassed, so they shield one another by offering mutual support. They build informal relationships reminding of a clique or even mafia, aim at holding particularly those positions which offer power and money.
When they achieve a decision-making position, they try to promote and advance mostly those whose nature is similar to theirs, or at least who are known to be too weak to oppose them. 

Fr. Oko said, "Just like in the military, in the police, in the art world, once a person with homosexual tendencies gets into power, usually their subordinates are also homosexuals, therefore they start creating a pyramid, and the same thing is happening in the Church with these bishops who knowingly nominate people with the same tendencies." 


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