Where have the videos gone?

Discussion in 'About This Forum' started by Paul Chevalier, Nov 12, 2018.

  1. Paul Chevalier

    Paul Chevalier New Member

    I have decided to look again at this case and remember two videos that now seem to be missing.
    1 This has Ambrose Moran leaning on a lecturn and telling his story.
    2 This was an interview by Fr Hewko of Ambrose Moran.

    In these interviews were was talk about him receiving secret direction from the pope and being appointed to certain tasks by the Church. It all seemed irregular then and I want to review them.

    They have disappeared it seems. Can anyone locate these or does anyone have a copy of these?
    Have I searched incorrectly? Any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks
     
  2. Admin

    Admin Administrator


    I do not think this is the particular one you sought.

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  3. MaryM

    MaryM Well-Known Member

    Scrubbed by Mr. Hernandez, aka Pablo:

    http://www.ecclesiamilitans.com/201...ideos-scrubbed-off-469fitter-youtube-channel/
     
    Last edited: Nov 13, 2018
  4. MaryM

    MaryM Well-Known Member

    Everything with moran has been scubbed.

    http://www.ecclesiamilitans.com/2015/11/23/ambrose-moran-is-he-really-a-catholic-bishop/

    Ambrose Moran: Is He Really a Catholic Bishop?

    On September 25, 2015 there was an interview published that was conducted by Fr. David Hewko of Bishop Ambrose Moran in which Bishop Ambrose Moran presented himself as a Catholic bishop.

    On November 3, 2015 Fr. Joseph Pfeiffer gave a conference to his seminarians regarding Bishop Ambrose Moran. An audio recording of this conference was published on November 9, 2015 by the author of Third Days in the Boston Seminary blog. In this conference, Fr. Pfeiffer promoted Bishop Ambrose Moran as a Catholic bishop and gave a timeline of events explaining why he believed this to be true. Fr. Hewko was also present at the conference and seemed to agree with Fr. Pfeiffer. It must be noted that Fr. Pfeiffer did not intend to have this conference made public. The author of the blog, however, acted in good faith at the time thinking that it was okay to do so. The next day, November 10, the author of the blog removed the recording at my request.

    On November 6, 2015 Fr. Hewko sent Fr. Francois Chazal a summarized history of the life of Bishop Ambrose Moran. This history was presented as factual. Fr. Chazal’s response to the summarized history was published here. The summarized history matches what Fr. Pfeiffer revealed in his November 3, 2015 conference.

    So from what I wrote above, Fr. Pfeiffer and Fr. Hewko both believed, during the week of November 1, that Bishop Ambrose Moran was a Catholic bishop. On November 7, 2015, however, the Quebec Resistance website Filii Mariae published a statement from Fr. Joseph Pfeiffer and Fr. David Hewko of which I have quoted in part below:

    “After further investigation, the Seminary of Our Lady of Mount Carmel in Boston, Kentucky, has decided not to associate with Archbishop Ambrose Moran.”

    The Fathers did not give reasons as to why they had decided not to associate with Bishop Ambrose Moran after having publicly and privately promoted him as a Catholic bishop. [Bold is mine, as Fr. Pfeiffer recently told people that he gave a reason for the disassociation.]

    For those who did not believe in Bishop Ambrose Moran’s claim, this came as a pleasant surprise. However, it left many scratching their heads as to why there was a sudden turnaround. It was like having chocolate cake that contained no sugar.

    On November 15, 2015 Fr. Hewko gave a sermon in which he stated that the Our Lady of Mount Carmel Seminary would not associate with Bishop Ambrose Moran, thereby re-iterating the November 7 statement.
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