Cleansing Fire

Defending Truth and Tradition in the Roman Catholic Church

The Faithful Readers

February 6th, 2010, Promulgated by Dr. K

In case anyone at Buffalo Road doubts the impact of Cleansing Fire, here is a screen capture from our stat log to prove it:

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I am not posting this information to be boastful, especially given the fact that there are sites out there which draw two to three times as much readership. I do wish to emphasize, to the powers that be in the diocese, that Cleansing Fire is reaching a significant audience (more than 300 different readers each day on average). The people are being made aware of the liturgical irregularities in Rochester, and what the Church truly teaches on a variety of matters. Our readers are given the opportunity to submit their own news stories, tips, and upcoming events. Cleansing Fire, we hope, is a blog of the people of Rochester who love the Catholic Church, and wish to defend her. Our readership includes several priests, deacons, religious sisters, many many lay people, and yes, even some lay pastoral administrators. Thank you readers, and please continue to make your voices heard about the state of our diocese. If writing letters and raising concerns to leaders is getting you nowhere, then maybe Cleansing Fire can help. We will continue to give a voice to those who have been ignored, and whose right to a reverent Mass has been trampled upon. God bless you all, and thank you for your continued support.



8 Responses to “The Faithful Readers”

  1. RochChaCha says:

    Dr. K,

    Keep up the good work. Without Cleansing Fire the faithful of this diocese would have very few outlets for sharing their concerns for the church and for the parishoners of the diocese.

  2. Ben Anderson says:

    very encouraging!

  3. Bernie says:

    Yes, VERY encouraging!

  4. Anonymous says:

    And remember, Joshua conquered Jerico with 600. I think the leaders in the DOR are scared because you simply tell the truth.

    Truth frightens them because they have used every disingenuous trick to advance their heretical agenda. As long as they can buffalo the people, they are happy, and arrogant but when the truth appears, they run for cover, like sin running from the LIGHT.

    God bless.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Don't give up hope but the bishop selection is flawed.

    Bishop Morin was appointed bisho[ of Biloxi Miss in 2009. Immediately, he has defended the CCHD against the American Life league's expose concerning the CCHD and the link between the USCCB and the Democratic Party.

    So we all want a new and faithful bishop but just remember, the process is still flawed and God forbid, we may get another cackutsa as a spiritual leader.

  6. Anonymous says:

    At the 9AM Mass at St. Anne's Rochester Sunday(2-7-10), Fr. Tyman presented his idea of moving the Priest's Chair from the center, to the right (Congregation's right) side of the altar. He said he wants to be closer to the people. Of course that would mean that he would be blocking the "Joan Sobala administrator chair". So would she then move? He requested comments and feedback. What do you think?

  7. Gen says:

    Oh, she'd definitely move – probably right next to him. She is one of those women who needs to be seen in her alb. First they moved the presiding priests (when there are any) to the sides, so the altar servers are more visible than them, and now they're tampering with something that, as far as I know, goes all the way back to Fr. Lioi.

    This being said, I think that if Sr. Joan doesn't move, it **may** be nice. I'm picturing something sort of how St. Stanislaus has their NO sanctuary. I'll put a post up about this so we can discuss it more at length.

  8. Dr. K says:

    "Fr. Tyman presented his idea of moving the Priest's Chair from the center, to the right "

    Maybe Sr. Joan's chair will be moved to the center.

    ~Dr. K

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