A Reader Asks: “Are Newchurch ‘Lay Deacons’ Kosher? Or Are They Just Another By-product of the Fake New Order?”
A Lay Deacon (Left) Joins a Novus Ordo Presbyter
At a Phony Novus Ordo Mess, Which Is Not a Mass
At the Novus Ordo Dinner Table, Which Is Not an Altar
The Vatican II Anti-council Concocted a New Order
Of Married “Lay Deacons” Not Dedicated the Clerical Ministry
Since the Protestantized New Ordinal of 1968
Newchurch No Longer Ordains Deacons, Priests, or Bishops
Under the Sacrament of Holy Orders
But Merely “Installs” (Like the Protestants) Invalid (Fake)
Lay Deacons, Presbyters, and Newbishops
Who Have No Sacramental Power
Dear TRADITIO Fathers:
The Newchurch diocese here is about to ordain fourteen new “deacons.” These are married, or lay, “deacons”; thus, these deacons’ “vocation” was not dedicated to the clerical ministry. Are these Newchurch deacons kosher? It seems again that Newchurch is certainly not Catholic, but Protestant — if Christian at all!
The TRADITIO Fathers Reply.
In 1967, as a result of the Vatican II Anti-council’s replacing Catholic Church with a Newchurch, a new order was created: “lay deacons.” In 1968 a Protestantized New Ordinal was adopted, which no longer ordains deacons, priests, or bishops under the Sacrament of Holy Orders, but merely “installs” (like the Protestants) invalid (fake) lay deacons, presbyters, and Newbishops.
Therefore, Newchurch has since 1968 not validly ordained anyone to the Sacrament of Holy Orders, and Newchurch clergy are totally invalid, with its presbyters and Newbishops lacking any power whatever to confect the Holy Eucharist and to forgive sins. These “lay deacons” of whom you wrote are not in Holy Orders, but pretend to be some kind of assistant presbyters. The presbyters are invalid (fake) too!
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