San Francisco: Archbishop grieved at anger in response to Antipope’s unCatholic Mass destroying Decree

This letter receives
the GASLIGHTING PASTORAL AWARD OF THE YEAR

click the image below to read Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordeleone’s Letter to the Faithful in response to their reactions to Traditionis Custodes:  “Unity under the Antichrist is what Matters” is the correct translation/summary of his letter.

4 thoughts on “San Francisco: Archbishop grieved at anger in response to Antipope’s unCatholic Mass destroying Decree”

  1. I don’t understand. The letter states “unity under Christ”. There’s no mention of the antiChrist. If I missed it (I doubt it because I read it twice) can you highlight the area where the antiChrist is mentioned??

  2. The Archbishop’s Biography “Salvatore Cordileone was born in San Diego, California, and attended Crawford High School from 1971 to 1974.[4] He then studied at San Diego State University for a year before entering the University of San Diego, from where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy in 1978. He then furthered his studies in Rome at the Pontifical Gregorian University, earning a Baccalaureate in Sacred Theology, a type of post-graduate degree, in 1981.[4]

    Returning to the United States, Cordileone was ordained to the priesthood by Bishop Leo Thomas Maher on July 9, 1982.[5] He then served as an associate pastor at Saint Martin of Tours Parish in La Mesa until 1985, when he returned to the Gregorian and earned a doctorate in canon law in 1989.[4] Cordileone, upon his return to the Diocese of San Diego, served as secretary to Bishop Robert Brom and a tribunal judge (1989–1990), adjutant judicial vicar (1990–1991), and pastor of Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish in Calexico (1991–1995).[4]

    In the summer of 1995, he returned to Rome to work as an assistant at the Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Signatura, the highest judicial body in the Vatican under the pope.[4] He was raised to the rank of Chaplain of His Holiness in 1999” “On July 5, 2002, Cordileone was appointed as Auxiliary Bishop of San Diego and Titular Bishop of Natchesium by Pope John Paul II.[5] He received his episcopal consecration on August 21, 2002 from Bishop Robert H. Brom, with Bishops Raymond Burke and Gilbert Espinosa Chávez serving as co-consecrators.” “Shortly before his installation as archbishop on August 26, 2012, Cordileone was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol at a police checkpoint in San Diego.[22][23] His mother and a visiting priest from Germany were with him in the car he was driving. The arresting officer said that Cordileone “was a driver that was obviously impaired but he was quite cordial and polite throughout. He was not a belligerent drunk at all.”[24] Cordileone spent the night in custody. In a statement, he apologized and asked forgiveness the next day.[25] He had been scheduled to appear in court on a misdemeanor charge of driving under the influence. However, Cordileone pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of reckless driving.[26] He was subsequently given three years’ probation and ordered to pay a fine. He was also required to attend a Mothers Against Drunk Driving victim-impact panel and a three-month first conviction program through the state Department of Motor Vehicles”

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