Fr. Paul Nicholson has chosen not to respond to yesterday’s post shining the light of truth on his hypocrisy, even though I invited him to do so.
This just might be a good sign; i.e., it may be that he is not willing to heap shame upon himself by denying the close association that he enjoys with Michael Voris and Church Militant.tv in spite of his agreement with his bishop to the contrary.
Of course, we will know if true progress has been made if he henceforth ceases to cast stones at good and holy priests, like Fr. Gruner, and others, like those attached to the SSPX, from the confines of his own glass house.
In any case, I received a number of emails about the previous post that I’d like to address.
More than one reader let me know (as have other commenters here) that CMTV has adamantly denied that anything other than a personal relationship exists between certain people who work there and Fr. Nicholson.
Others have suggested, in defense of Fr. Nicholson, that whatever relationship did exist back in 2013 has since ended, specifically as a result of the agreement that Fr. Nicholson made with his bishop.
To all concerned, I offer the following screen shots that demonstrate rather clearly that the close association between Fr. Nicholson and CMTV endures.
Specifically, what you will see is this:
– A denial from Simon Rafe (sent to a reader) concerning the relationship between Fr. Nicholson and CMTV
– Fr. Nicholson’s website stating that “financial responsibility” for his apostolate rests with the Canadian Theological Forum
– One of many internet listings showing the U.S. mailing address for the Canadian Theological Forum
– The “contact” page for CMTV indicating that their mailing address, and the mailing address for the Canadian Theological Forum, is one and the same
All of which confirms that the “financial responsibility” for Fr. Nicholson’s activities rests with a non-profit that operates out of the CMTV facility; i.e., the connection between them could hardly be closer.
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