Edit: here's my five centavos on this lawsuit against Voris and Company. While I really dislike Voris' biased, untruthful attacks against the SSPX, I am glad that he's trying to help Brother Andre and the Slaves of the Immaculate. It's a shame that the usual suspects are using the corrupt Catholic hierarchy in New Hampshire to attack a ministry they don't like. In an article a commenter left in the comments section of the previous page, the Union Leader, the facetious journalist made a big deal out of the anti-Semitic dispositions of the Saint Benedict Center and Brother Andre, even alleging that the original reconciliation of the Slaves was the result of Brother Francis Maluf renouncing his "anti-Semitism" and removing several articles about the usual suspects from his blog. I refuse to believe that. It's amazing that a tiny religious minority (2% of the population) can bring so much weight down upon a religious organization that dares to criticize it. Clearly, we don't have Freedom of the Press any more where the privileges of a certain Cosmopolitan group come to fore. Anyway, the next time someone asks you to renounce your anti-Semitism, ask them if they'll renounce their anti-Catholicism.
At any rate, doesn't "Father" Georges de Laire's intended lawsuit against Church Militant remind anyone of the time when Basilian, Thomas Rosica, attempted to sue fellow Canadian, traditionalist mincer, Vox Cantoris? This is about as ridiculous on the part of de Laire.
Here's de Laire, mincing to the Gospel lectern. It looked for a moment like he was going to fall at 18:02. But I ask you, how can a man make the charges against the SBC while living a posh lifestyle in his million dollar getaway resort, and tolerating a disrespectful and discraceful "liturgy" like this? It's hard to believe this is supposed to be a Catholic Mass.