Intense Sermon by a Catholic Bishop





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Published on Oct 22, 2011

UPDATE (09-16-12): Bishop Williamson's recent actions against the Superior General of the Society of St. Pius X are cause for great concern. It is well known that I have personally uploaded numerous videos that have portrayed Bishop Williamson in a favorable light. For the record, I firmly denounce Bishop Williamson's recent actions—actions that are clearly animated by a spirit of rebellion. Even if we were to grant that he has valid points here and there, the means Bishop Williamson has embraced will never be blessed by God. Disobedience is not the will of God. In this difficult time, true sons of Archbishop Lefebvre will fall to their knees and pray for our four Bishops, particularly Bishop Fellay. Our priests and bishops need our prayers more than ever. —Michael

"By Their Fruits You Shall Know Them" — Bishop Williamson, 1988

Incidentally, this sermon was delivered one month after the Episcopal Consecrations of 1988. The original talk was well over 1 hour.

I cut it down to to 12.5 minutes in order to convey the most important, the most dramatic elements. During the making of this video, my computer crashed over 20 times. The master video files were corrupted 5 separate times. And after working on the video for the entire first evening, I lost all 4 hours of my work and had to start over from scratch. Finally, after waiting 2 hours in the middle of the night for the rendering process to finish, the completed file had a distorted music track which made the entire thing unusable. I rendered 4 more times to get acceptable audio.

The difficulties I encountered in making this video made me truly relish watching each and every kilobyte upload. I can't believe it's finally finished. And, to think, I'm only moderately ticked off right now having just lost an entire night's sleep.

But I believe it's worth it. There is an essential Catholic message in this sermon. And it needs to be heard.

For those of you who rally behind Bishop Williamson as a means of creating discord within the Society, while trying to foment a rift between Bishop Fellay and Bishop Williamson, this video is not for you. Bishop Fellay is our superior and we owe him our prayers, support, and complete loyalty.

If you enjoyed this video, I encourage you to check out my first videos on Bishop Williamson.


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Michael Sestak



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