Mark Pinto appointed Additional Secretary at Archbishops House

 

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Bombay Laity Ezekiel’s Chapter 3 Task as Watchman 17 “Son of man, I have made you a watchman for the people of Israel; so hear the word I speak and give them warning from me. 18 When I say to a wicked person, ‘You will surely die,’ and you do not warn them or speak out to dissuade them from their evil ways in order to save their life, that wicked person will die for[b] their sin, and I will hold you accountable for their blood. 19 But if you do warn the wicked person and they do not turn from their wickedness or from their evil ways, they will die for their sin; but you will have saved yourself.
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One Response to Mark Pinto appointed Additional Secretary at Archbishops House

  1. John Menezes says:

    Who is Msgr. Mark Pinto, where did he study for the priesthood, when was he ordained, who was the ordaining prelate, and were the latter and Msgr. Mark Pinto raised to the traditional or to Paul VI’s revised rites of ordination which came unannounced on June 18, 1968 to take effect from April 6, 1969?
    On reading carefully the drastically revised 1968 priestly ordination service, one is immediately struck by the many things which are missing from the traditional service, as derived from the Leonine Sacramentary and used for around 1,600 years and which, of themselves, formed the life of a Catholic priest.
    There is now no prayer of consecration of the hands of the ordinand, no prayer for the consecrated hands to consecrate, hallow or bless (not even a rosary), no apostolic power is given through the Holy Ghost to forgive and bind sins, no apostolic power “to offer Sacrifice to God and to celebrate Mass both for the living and the dead in the Name of The Lord” as in the old Ordination Rite – only the vague words “to offer sacrifice to God and sanctify the Christian assembly” whatever that may mean.
    If the ordinands no longer receive the apostolic power from the ordaining bishop, in accordance with the tradition of the Catholic Church since the time of the Apostles, can anyone tell just where they do get their power from?
    A Catholic is entitled to Catholicism from his ecclesiastical superiors and not another religion in disguise.

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