Showing posts with label Thieberville. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Thieberville. Show all posts

Saturday, September 29, 2012

A Site Dedicated to Abbé Michel in Thieberville and His Apostolic Work

Edit: we found this on the Messa in Latino site and got an approximate google translation. The sites below are in French but boast beautiful photos and show the continuing work of this great priest. Thanks be to God!

 [MIL] Do you remember the heroic priest who opposed Thiberville with recourse to Rome (unfortunately lost in both instances) to his bishop Nouricchard that, under the pretext of uniting several parishes, also suppressed in that, with the double Rite (NO and EO) was the most popular and loved by the faithful and pious Catholics? Well, the good priest, who no longer has a parish but is one of the group related to the Parish of Thiberville, it has not been abandoned by his followers. Here you can find links to the site support Abbé Michel packed with news and photos of initiatives, including the Church of Folleville that has been "restored" and brought to the honor of the Catholic Rite by the indefatigable Abbé Michel, who in spite of everything, continues its defense of the rite of the Church, to celebrate coram Deo, and always wears cassock (which is very rare in France!).

 Thanks to a reader for the reporting of the site.

 And thanks to Abbé!

Thursday, April 14, 2011

The Battle of Thieberville Continues: Father Michel Unjustly "Excommunicated"

Editor: Well, according to Rorate, the Priest of Thieberville has finally been "excommunicated" by the rainbow chasuble wearing, disobedient, homosexual enabler of the Diocese.

This sort of thing has a precedent. It's happened before: Mother Angelica vs. ++Mahony, Father Corapi vs. Corpus Christi Diocese, Father Kunz, Father Marx HLI Founder, among many others.

It should be at this point that people should start thinking more clearly about what is owed them by their superiors, the least of which should be their obedience to those who are put up above them. It really doesn't make much sense to insist on obedience from your flock when you are unwilling to comply with your superiors.

Link to Rorate.

Remember this?

Friday, March 4, 2011

Thieberville Revolt Against the Modernists Continues

Editor: You'll remember the situation the village of Thieberville in Evreux, France, where a courageous people circle around their beloved shepherd against a clerical wolf who arrives to confront them in a rainbow chasuble. Their struggle was even covered favorably by the Economist. Well, now they're being threatened with interdict. Probably not a bad idea at this point for them to approach the SSPX.

Agence France-Presse
Posted at 03/02/2011 8:10 PM
Updated as of 03/02/2011 8:10 PM

EVREUX, France - A rural French priest and his flock are facing excommunication after the Vatican became involved in his two-year battle to remain in the parish, the local bishop told AFP on Wednesday.

Father Francis Michel, 62, has been the priest in Normandy's Thiberville in north-western France for 24 years. The priest, who often says mass in Latin, has the support of his parishioners and local officials, mayor Guy Paris said.

The simmering conflict between the priest and the archbishopric came to a head after the Vatican's Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Signatura in December rejected Michel's appeal against an order he go to another parish. \

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H/t: secretman at AQ

Thursday, October 7, 2010

French Bishop Participates in Womens' Ordination

Editor: some of you will recall this Bishop from the time he tried to destroy a traditional parish in his diocese which resulted in the "Revolt of Thiberville". His unnatural taste for such destruction continues.

This summer a French Bishop showed what it means , in contrast to the Society of St. Pius, to remain in "full communion" with the Pope.

[] Bishop Christian Nourrichard (62) of Evreux has participated in the ordination of eleven men and 13 women to Anglican orders.

This was reported by the French District Superior of the Society of Pius X, Father Regis de Cacqueray, on the 15th of September in a broadcast.

Evreux is a city with a population of 50,000 in Northern France.

Msgr Nourrichard has been office since 2006. From January 1995 his Diocese had been headed by the notorious Bishop Jacques Gaillot.

The Anglican ordinations were officiated by the retired Bishop of Salisbury, David Stancliffe (67).

Salisbury is a city of 50,000. It is located 150 kilometers south west of London.

Entrance as a Catholic Bishop

Msgr Nourrichard appeared at the consecration simulation in a choir robe with alb, stole, pluviale, mitre and pectoral cross. He was accompanied in any case by two Lutheran Bishops.

At the event 13 women and 11 men were ordained as Anglican ministers.

IN 18 September 1896 Pope Leo XIII (1903) had declared in his Bull "Apostolicae Curae", that Anglican orders are "null and void".

The news of the Diocese of Evreux reported the participation of the Bishop in this ceremony without criticism.

The readers were not informed about the invalidity of the "ordinations".

The Bishop of Evreux and his Diocese are reported, in "full communion" with the Apostolic See.

Ecumenism only with the Enemy

"How could believers understand that it is impossible to ordain women, when a reigning Bishop honors such a ceremony with his presence?" -- asked the French District Superior in a commentary:

"How could the believers understand that the Anglican ordination is invalid, if Msgr Norrichard participates in it?"

For the district superior the moral pursuits are such, that strive to admit the Faith, and to celebrate worthily the Sacraments and the Church teaching as well as the the singularity of the remedy in the face of such inconsistency "in the motive of healthy pride".

Father Cacqueray reviewed in his commentary the words of Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre during the priestly ordination of the year 1988: "We find ourselves in a state of emergency".

Link to original...

photo from: the last papist

photo 2:

Friday, January 22, 2010

Revolt in Thiberville with English Subtitles

"While some priests labor to fill their churches, others labor to empty them."

Part I

If you can't see the subtitles, hit the up arrow in the lower part of your screen for closed captioning.

Part II

h/t: james mary evans