Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Fabian Vasquez of Radio Cristianidad Dies in Fatal Car Crash

Edit: it's with sadness and hope that we report the death of blogger and broadcaster Fabian Vasquez, a great Argentinian who tragically died, as we learned from a good friend of ours from South America. He was a vocal critic of Pope Francis, as well.
He was the director and main broadcaster at Radio Cristianda, the voice of Catholic tradition. and led a fruitful apostolate on the internet.

He was a very disciplined and cultivated man, fond of fine humor as he loved making people laugh.

He was a faithful and staunch Traditional Catholic man, who was devoted to seeking and revealing the True, One, Holy and Apostolic Church.

He lived peacefully in the town of San Luis in Western Argentina along with his wife and son, Vivian and Ignacio.

He died in a car accident which took place at 06:30 (Argentina time) on the Route 188 near the municipality of Coronel Granada, Buenos Aires Province

May he find Peace and Forgiveness in Our Lord, and let us storm heaven with prayers for his soul.



Anonymous said...

Requiescat In Pace Fabian Vasquez. One of our Soldiers has passed. Let us remember him in our prayers.

susan said...

Eternal rest grant unto him O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon him. May he rest in the Heart of our Savior.

Anonymous said...

Tragic story I will pray for his soul in Purgatory

Anonymous said...

I pray for his eternal peace. I pray that his family will experience God's peace.

I cannot but think now of the discussion in another thread...some posters claimed that "lots of faithful Catholics" desire Pope Francis' sudden death.

As is the case with Mister Fabian Vasquez, Pope Francis has a family.

Just as the family of our brother in Christ Fabian Vasquez mourns deeply at his sudden death, the same would apply to Pope Francis' family should His Holiness experience a sudden death.

I pray that Pope Francis does not experience that which "lots of faithful Catholics" desire supposedly. That is, sudden death.

I again pray for the soul and family of our brother in Christ, Fabian Vasquez.



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alia52nalie said...

Fabian was true gem and one of his cousins was my friend. When we worked together in an office of DUI lawyer, he used to tell him so many great things about Fabian. May his soul rest in peace. I completely agree that he was a staunch traditional catholic man and people are his caliber as tough to find these days.