A Church in Crisis – Bishop Athanasius Schneider speaks

The outstanding speech by Bishop Schneider in the video below (only uploaded onto YouTube two days ago) was delivered at the “Catholic Identity Conference” last October 2017. It is an absolute “must watch” for all Catholics concerned about the growing Apostasy in the Church today.

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7 Responses to A Church in Crisis – Bishop Athanasius Schneider speaks

  1. 000rjbennett says:

    All reports (https://goo.gl/WJKdkD) indicate that in the coming months this pope is going to demand – from every member of the clergy – a public “oath of fidelity” to himself and his “magisterium”. Any bishop, priest, or deacon who refuses will be suspended from his duties.

    What will brave men like Bishop Athanasius Schneider do?

    May God help him – and all couageous men like him.

    And may God have mercy on the soul of this poor pope.


  2. Mary Salmond says:

    Bishop Athanasius Schneider will answer the “oath of fidelity” to the current contradictions with a resounding NO and many will follow him. 30% will follow, 30% will not understand what is happening, 30% will disavow the church. 10% will not care.
    The video is a teaching moment: truth, history, doctrine. Clarity, spirituality, catholicity.


  3. Where can faithful Catholics get a list of “suspended ” faithful priests ?


  4. Mary Salmond says:

    Maureen: what are “suspended” faithful priests? Or was that a tongue in cheek reference or rhetorical question? Like ones that are too orthodox and not agreeing with the current magisterium? One of the moderators may know if there’s a list like that!


  5. johnservorum says:

    The impending schism in the Church gets closer and closer every day.
    It appears that a tyrant now occupies the See of Peter.


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