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Priest Starts New Traditional Forum - Might_4_Right - 06-23-2012

Priest Starts A New Traditional Forum

For those of you who might be interested, Fr. Dominic has just started a new traditional forum called Ecclesia Militans.
From what I have seen of it, it looks interesting, not many members yet, but it's only a few days old.

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Ecclesia Militans Site http://ecclesiamilitans.activeboard.com/



Re: SSPX Priest Starts New Traditional Forum - obscurus - 06-23-2012

"Fr. Dominic" is a moniker for Fr. Marshall Roberts who used to be a SSPX but is now an independent priest working with the SSPX in Florida. I am not sure why you would just post Fr. May's picture without checking your sources.

I would strongly suggest removing Fr. May's picture since SSPX priests are not allowed to have blogs or websites.


Re: SSPX Priest Starts New Traditional Forum - Might_4_Right - 06-23-2012

(06-23-2012, 08:36 PM)obscurus Wrote: "Fr. Dominic" is a moniker for Fr. Marshall Roberts who used to be a SSPX but is now an independent priest working with the SSPX in Florida. I am not sure why you would just post Fr. May's picture without checking your sources.

I would strongly suggest removing Fr. May's picture since SSPX priests are not allowed to have blogs or websites.

Thank you!  I was afraid I might have been mistaken. Duly removed, my apologies.


Re: Priest Starts New Traditional Forum - Mithrandylan - 06-23-2012

I joined.  We'll see how it goes.


Re: Priest Starts New Traditional Forum - Phillipus Iacobus - 06-23-2012

Interesting.


Re: Priest Starts New Traditional Forum - MorganHiver - 06-23-2012

Terrible format. The photo is very distracting and takes away from the text. Well, at least he recognizes the validity of the Pope.


Re: Priest Starts New Traditional Forum - salus - 06-23-2012

The independent priests are very used to using the internet to lure in people, the FSSP and the ICK both should have a chatroom on the internet


Re: Priest Starts New Traditional Forum - Mithrandylan - 06-23-2012

(06-23-2012, 09:38 PM)MorganHiver Wrote: Terrible format. The photo is very distracting and takes away from the text. Well, at least he recognizes the validity of the Pope.

Yes, you can only use the top half of your monitor to read stuff.




Re: SSPX Priest Starts New Traditional Forum - Scriptorium - 06-23-2012

(06-23-2012, 08:36 PM)obscurus Wrote: "Fr. Dominic" is a moniker for Fr. Marshall Roberts who used to be a SSPX but is now an independent priest working with the SSPX in Florida. I am not sure why you would just post Fr. May's picture without checking your sources.

I would strongly suggest removing Fr. May's picture since SSPX priests are not allowed to have blogs or websites.

This Father Roberts?

http://www.renewamerica.com/columns/abbott/060703\
http://www.newengelpublishing.com/pages/Exploiting-Traditionalist-Orders-The-Society-of-St.-John.html


Re: SSPX Priest Starts New Traditional Forum - Tarbox - 06-24-2012

(06-23-2012, 11:19 PM)Scriptorium Wrote:
(06-23-2012, 08:36 PM)obscurus Wrote: "Fr. Dominic" is a moniker for Fr. Marshall Roberts who used to be a SSPX but is now an independent priest working with the SSPX in Florida. I am not sure why you would just post Fr. May's picture without checking your sources.

I would strongly suggest removing Fr. May's picture since SSPX priests are not allowed to have blogs or websites.

This Father Roberts?

http://www.renewamerica.com/columns/abbott/060703\
http://www.newengelpublishing.com/pages/Exploiting-Traditionalist-Orders-The-Society-of-St.-John.html

This needs to be verified or ruled out as a possibility before that forum takes off.

When people get on a new forum that starts taking off, some can be vulnerable to the simple fun of being "one of the first". And, some people resist like mad any attempt to get them to think twice about something they merely "like". If it really is the same Fr. Roberts as in the article, and if that Fr. Roberts was guilty, I'm going to go out on a limb and say he would love to have some core group of early-adopters to defend him. Doesn't sound so likely that people would become so attached and remain so even after such a situation were exposed, but stranger things have happened.

I wouldn't be surprised if such a priest were to choose a time of uncertainty and worry among traditionalists to seek a position from which to cause confusion and trouble and gather information by interaction.