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Tuesday, February 25, 2020

Bishop Wiesław Mering has no authority to suspend his fellow bishop Jan Pawel Lenga

Bishop Wiesław Mering is exceeding his authority by prohibiting fellow bishop Jan Pawel Lenga from celebrating Mass and preaching because Lenga had the courage to denounced Bergoglio as a heretic.  





The local bishop has no authority to suspend a fellow bishop. And Lenga is not obeying the orders of the local bishop.

Bp Wiesław Mering  with Anti Pope Bergoglio.

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Włocławek Bishop Wiesław Mering forbid the former Karaganda/Kazakhstan Archbishop Jan Lenga, 69, to preach and to say Mass in public.

Archbishop Jan Paul Lenga

Lenga was secretly ordained a priest in 1980 in Soviet Union and has fought totalitarian regimes for many years. Since his retirement, he has been residing at the Licheń sanctuary, Włocławek diocese.


Diocesan chancellor, Father Artur Niemira, told KAI that the ban also applies to contacts with the media. It will remain in place until further restrictions will be announced by the Vatican.

Lenga describes Francis as an antichrist and heretic. During liturgies, he mentions Benedict XVI instead of Francis. It was Lenga who made Monsignor Athanasius Schneider an auxiliary bishop in Karaganda.
 

Here is where the mask of false mercy falls along with the mask of false ecumenism and the false respect of the 'consciousness' that modernist heretics use as an excuse to promote sin. Those are the false arguments used by those heretics which lead to an internal rebellion against God and the Church in order to promote sacrileges are now broken. The heretical Bergoglians join the Freemasons, all atheists, pagans, apostates, blasphemers and heretics that exist on the planet; as long as they join and accept the anti-Pope Bergoglio.






Archbishop Jan Paul Lenga


Christ gave me the authority through the Church to proclaim the Truth, and I will do this until I die,” retired Archbishop Jan Lenga, 69, declared after being de facto suspended by Włocławek Bishop Wiesław Mering, Poland.





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