BANGALORE DELIVERANCE MINISTRY LEADER OBJECTS TO PRIEST’S CRITICISM OF YOGA-ENDORSING BISHOP THOMAS DABRE
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6 AUGUST 2015
Bangalore deliverance ministry leader objects to priest’s criticism of yoga-endorsing Bishop Thomas Dabre
I received the link to this Facebook page (the conversations of which I have reproduced, see pages 7 to 15) from an individual in Bangalore who is engaged in part time lay ministry in the Catholic Church:
From: Name Withheld To: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please read Christopher Correya‘s comments.
They are not God’s ministers, but populist leaders.
- I am placing the following information on record in view of the comments of Christopher Correya of Bangalore on Facebook in response to an article written and posted by Fr. Conrad Saldanha of Mumbai.
Christopher Correya first wrote to me on May 1, 2004 seeking some information.
He is in the ministry of deliverance. We have exchanged dozens of letters in the intervening 11 years.
Together, we did the 3-month first International Catholic Programme for Evangelization school in 2000.
He is the head of the Light of Christ (India) Covenant Community in Bangalore since 2011.
In October 2014 he was appointed as secretary for Asia of the International Association for Deliverance.
The contents of the Facebook page commence with an article by Fr. Conrad Saldanha, a priest of the Archdiocese of Bombay who has been crusading against and exposing New Age error and other error (including the heretical, Hinduised 2008 St Pauls New Community Bible [NCB] that was ultimately pulled for revision) in the Archdiocese for at least two decades (since his days as a seminarian when I first met him at the St. Pius the X Seminary, Goregaon, Mumbai) and been inhumanely and non-Canonically victimised for that (ostracized, isolated, ordination extended by a year, etc.) by the hierarchy while promoters of New Age and other error in the Archdiocese like the official archdiocesan weekly The Examiner, yoga guru Fr. Joe Pereira of Kripa Foundation and the “Christian Meditation” of the World Community for Christian Meditation or WCCM, Fr. Prashant Olalekar of Interplay (the links to a few of this ministry’s reports are provided in this present report) and others are eulogized, felicitated and provided the premises of Catholic institutions for their anti-Catholic activities, apart from having their programmes advertised free of cost in The Examiner.
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