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LINEAS DE SUCESIONES APOSTOLICAS


DE MONSEOR +RODOLFO GONZALEZ PEREZ MAR STEPHANVS I
ltima revisin y edicin primavera del 2016

Monseor +Rodolfo Gonzlez Prez

Obispo Presidente de la Iglesia Catlica Liberal Occidental


Prelado Prelatura Sacerdotes Casados Ahora para Habla Hispana
Prior Gran Maestre de la Orden de los Caballeros Templarios de Nuestra Seora de Sion
Fundador de la Nueva Teologa Occidental
Profesor de Teologa y Filosofa de la Univ Teolgica de Helsinki
Escritor e investigador de los enigmas de Mara de Magdala

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Otras Ramificaciones de Sucesiones Apostlicas.3


Succession from Bishop +Rene Vilatett...17
Biografa del Obispo +George De Willmott Newman..19
Valides de las Ordenes Catlicas NO Romanas..24
Prelatura Sacerdotes Casados.....28
Documentos Histricos Parte I.....36

Aprobado para su difusin solo en el mbito eclesistico. Todos los derechos reservados.
Iglesia Catlica Liberal Occidental

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Apostolic Succession from the World Anglican Catholic Communion:
ANGLICAN / EPISCOPAL
597 St. Augustine of Canterbury
604 Laurentius
619 Mellitus
624 Justus
627 Honorius
655 Deusdedit
668 Theodore
693 Berhtwald
731 Tatwine
735 Nothelm
740 Cuthbert
761 Bregowine
765 Jaenbert
793 Ethelhard
805 Wulfred
832 Feologeld
833 Ceolnoth
870 Ethelred
890 Plegmund
914 Athelm
923 Wulfhelm
942 Oda
959 Brithelm
960 Dunstan
c. 988 Ethelgar
990 Sigeric
995 Aelfric
1005 Alphege
1013 Lyfing
1020 Ethelnoth
1038 Eadsige
1051 Robert of Jumieges
1052 Stigand
1070 Lanfranc
1093 Anselm
1114 Ralph dEscures
1123 William de Corbeil
1139 Theobald
1162 Thomas a Becket
1174 Richard of Dover
1184 Baldwin
1193 Hubert Walter
1207 Stephen Langton
1229 Richard le Grant
1234 Edmund of Abingdon
1245 Boniface of Savoy

+++Thomas Cranmer

1273 Robert Kilwardby


1279 John Peckham
1294 Robert Winchelsey
1313 Walter Reynolds
1328 Simon Meopham
1333 John de Stratford
1349 Simon Islip
1349 Thomas Bradwardine
1366 Simon Langham
1368 William Whittlesey
1375 Simon Sudbury
1381 William Courtenay
1396 Thomas Arundel
1398 Roger Walden
1399 Thomas Arundel (restored)
1414 Henry Chichele
1443 John Stafford
1453 John Kempe
1454 Thomas Bourchier
1486 John Morton
1501 Henry Deane
1503 William Warham

1533 +++Thomas Cranmer


1556 Reginald Pole
1559 Matthew Parker
+++Wallace David de Ortega Maxey
1576 Edmund Grindal
1583 John Whitgift
1604 Richard Bancroft
1611 George Abbot
1633 William Laud
1660 William Juxon
1663 Gilbert Sheldon
1678 William Sancroft
1691 John Tillotson
1695 Thomas Tenison
1716 William Wake
1737 John Potter
1747 Thomas Herring
1757 Matthew Hutton
1758 Thomas Secker
1768 Frederick Cornwallis
1783 John Moore
1787 William White, 2nd bishop in America, Bishop of Pennsylvania 1787
1826 Allan M. McCorsky, bishop of Michigan 1826
1827 Henry Ustick Onderdonk, Bishop of Pennsylvania 1827
1875 William Edward McLaren, Bishop of Chicago
June 24, 1898 William Montgomery Brown, Bishop of Arkansas 1898 consecrated in Trinity
Cathedral, Cleveland, Ohio. Co-consecrated by George F. Seymour and Cortland Whitehead
January 2, 1927 consecrated Wallace de Ortega Maxey assisted by William Henry Francis
Brothers, Albert Jehan, Jozef Zielonka. According to a document by Edwin Wallace Hunter,

Hunter was present. Maxey says in a letter to BP 1984-06-04: the consecration took place in
privacy.
+++Wallace David de Ortega Maxey consecrated:
Charles David Luther (Mar David) on September 25, 1977.
Charles David Luther (Mar David) consecrated with Alan Bain and Peter Paul Brennan
consecrated James F. Mondok and Richard Ingram.
James F. Mondok and Walter Allard and Michael Hembree consecrated Frank W. (Vandy)
Vandeventer and Don Locke on February 14, 1988
Frank W. (Vandy) Vandeventer consecrated Isaac L. Kramer on April 10, 2010.
Isaac L. Kramer consecrated Lloyd William Gameson III on September 24, 2010.
Together they consecrated Charles E. Million on September 25, 2010.
10/8/2010 Isaac L. Kramer was regularized by George Richard Philip Zimmerman. Coconsecrators: William (Bill) Quinlan and Markus Heckman, in Columbus, Ohio.
Isaac L. Kramer sub-conditioned with George Richard Philip Zimmerman.
Then Isaac L. Kramer Co-Consicreated Ricardo C. Rodriguez on 2/22/2006.
Reformed Episcopal Church
C.D. Cummins 1866 Charles E. Cheney 1873 William R. Nicholson 1875 Alfred S. Richardson
1879 Leon Chechemian 1890 Andrew Charles Albert McLaglen 1897 Herbert James Monza
Heard 1922 William Bernard Crow 1943 Hugh George De Willmott Newman 1944

++George De Willmott Newman


On June 6, 1946, George De Willmott Newman,
Patriarch of Glastonbury, known as Georgius I, had
the following lines of succession:
1. Syrian-Antiochene
2. Armenian-Uniate
3. Order of Corporate Reunion
4. Old Catholic
5. Syrian-Malabar
6. Chaldean-Uniate
7. Syro-Chaldean
8. African Orthodox
9. Anglican
10. Nonjuring
++George De Willmott Newman assisted by:
1. John Sebastian Marlow Ward, Archbishop of
Olivet
2. Frank Ernest Langhelt, Bishop of Minister
3. Richard Kenneth Hurgon, Titular Bishop of Mere
4. John Syer, Bishop of Verulam
5. Charles Leslie Saul, Archbishop of Suthronia
Consecrated:
The Most Reverend Wallace David de Ortega
Maxey, on June 6, 1946 in Abbey Church of Christ the King, New Barnet, England, then;
Wallace David de Ortega Maxey consecrated:
Charles David Luther (Mar David) on September 25, 1977.

The Orders of Bishop Newman were considered by a panel of Roman Catholic scholars
headed by the famous theologian Yves Congar in 1954. They declared that he was Orthodox
in faith and possessed an effective power of order.
Charles David Luther (Mar David) consecrated with Alan Bain and +Peter Paul Brennan
consecrated James F. Mondok and Richard Ingram.
James F. Mondok and Walter Allard and Michael Hembree consecrated Frank W. (Vandy)
Vandeventer and Don Locke on February 14, 1988
Frank W. (Vandy) Vandeventer consecrated Isaac L. Kramer on April 10, 2010.
Isaac L. Kramer consecrated Lloyd William Gameson III on September 24, 2010.
Together they consecrated Charles E. Million on September 25, 2010.
10/8/2010 Isaac L. Kramer was regularized by George Richard Philip Zimmerman. Coconsecrators: William (Bill) Quinlan and Markus Heckman, in Columbus, Ohio. Then Isaac L.
Kramer sub-conditioned with George Richard Philip Zimmerman.
ANGLICAN NON-JURING
Marco-Antonio Dominis Cardinal, Patriarch of Dalmatia George Monteigne 1617 William
Laud 1621 Brian Duppa 1638 Gilbert Sheldon 1660 Henry Compton 1674 William Sancroft
1677 Thomas White 1685 George Hickes 1712 James Gadderar 1712 Thomas Rattray 1727
William Falconar 1753 Robert Kilgour, Non Juring Bishop of Aberdeen on November 14, 1784
consecrated Samuel Seabury, Bishop of Connecticut, who on 17 September 1792,
consecrated Thomas John Claggett, Bishop of Maryland, who on May 7, 1797, consecrated
Edward Bass, Bishop of Massachusetts, who on October 19, 1797 consecrated Abraham
Jarvis, Bishop of Connecticut, who on May 29, 1811, consecrated John Henry Hobart, bishop
coadjutor of New York, who on October 25, 1827 consecrated
Henry Ustick Onderdon, bishop of Pennsylvania who on July 7, 1836 consecrated
Allan M. McCroskey, Bishop of Michigan, who on December 8, 1875 consecrated
William Edward McClaren, Bishop of Chicago, who on June 24, 1898 consecrated
William Montgomery Brown, Bishop of Arkansas, who on January 2, 1927 consecrated
Wallace Davis de Ortega-Maxey, who on January 2, 1927 consecrated (Sub-Conditione)
Leofric, Archbishop of Suthonia, who in 1945 consecrated (Sub-Conditione)
Mar Georgius I, Patriarch of Glastonbury, who on 27 May 1950 consecrated
Mar Johannes, Archbishop of the Ancient Catholic Church, who on 14 April 1952 consecrated
Mar Phillipus (Philip Stuart Singer) who on 14 November 1954, consecrated (Sub-Conditione)
Ignatius Carolus, Archbishop of Danum of the Old Holy Catholic Church, who on
21 December 1969 consecrated
Andre Barbeau, Archbishop-Primate of the Province of Quebec of the Old Holy Catholic
Church, who with Andre Letellier and Jean Marie Breault, on 22 October 1983 consecrated
+Walter G. Allard, who with +James Franklin Mondok and +Ray Rensville, in Concord,
Michigan on 17 January 1988 consecrated
+Michael F. Hembree, who with +James Franklin Mondok and +Walter G. Allard, in Euclid,
Ohio, on 14 February 1988 consecrated
+Frank W. (Vandy) Vandeventer who, in Cincinnati, Ohio, on 6 April 2010 consecrated
+Isaac L. Kramer who, in Columbus, Ohio, on 24 September 2010 consecrated
+Lloyd William Gameson III.

On 8 October 2010, Isaac L. Kramer was regularized by George Richard Philip Zimmerman.
Co-consecrators: William (Bill) Quinlan and Markus Heckman, in Columbus, Ohio. Isaac L.
Kramer sub-conditioned with George Richard Philip Zimmerman.
Issac L. Kramer then Co- Cosacreated Ricardo C. Rodriguez.

++Nils Bertil Alexander Persson


Apostolic Episcopal Church, Sweden

Wallace David De Ortega Maxey 1946


+ ++Wallace de Ortega Maxey
sub-conditioned with
++ Nils Bertil Alexander Persson
Bp. Sophronios Bishara was consecrated as the American
Orthodox Bishop of Los Angeles and the West on May
26, 1928, in New York City, by Archbishop Aftimios
Ofiesh, the first primate of the American Orthodox
Church, assisted by Bp. Emmanuel Abouhatab and by His
Eminence, Elias II, Metropolitan of Tyre and Sidon of the
Syrian Orthodox Patriarchate of Antioch and All the East.
Abp. John Chrysostom More-Moreno of the American
Orthodox Church was consecrated on November 1933 by
Bp. Sophronios Bishara of the American Orthodox
Church.
Abp. Perry Nikolaus Cedarholm was consecrated by Abp. John Chrysostom More-Moreno of
the American Orthodox Church on December 6, 1949.
+Nils Bertil Alexander Persson was consecrated by Archbishop Perry Nikolaus Cedarholm on
December 12, 1971. +Dr. Persson is also the Primate Emeritus of the Apostolic Episcopal
Church.
+Dr. Persson was also consecrated in the Costa-Duarte line from +Salomao Ferrez to +Emile
Frederico Rodriguez y Durand (Fairfield).

Archbishop ++Nils Bertil Alexander Persson

consecrated sub conditione to the Sacred Episcopate and


enthroned as Archbishop:
+Peter Paul Patrick Brennan, (* 1941)
He was assisted by
Archbishop Francis Spataro, of The Apostolic Episcopal
Church and The Order of Corporate Reunion
Bishop Paget Mack of The Order of Corporate Reunion
Archbishop Bruce Simpson of the Holy Orthodox Catholic
Church
Archbishop Willard Schultz, Primate of the Catholic
Apostolic Church in America
Archbishop Joseph Grenier, Primate of the Celtic Catholic
Church
Archbishop George Stallings of The Immani Temple,
Archbishop Patrick Trujillo, Primate of the Archdiocese of Our Lady of Guadalupe
Archbishop Joseph Gouthro of The American Catholic Church.
Peter Paul Patrick Brennan co-consecrated James F. Mondok and Richard Ingram.

James F. Mondok and Walter Allard and Michael Hembree consecrated Frank W. (Vandy)
Vandeventer and Don Locke on February 14, 1988
Frank W. (Vandy) Vandeventer consecrated Isaac L. Kramer on April 10, 2010.
Isaac L. Kramer consecrated Lloyd William Gameson III on September 24, 2010.
Together they consecrated Charles E. Million on September 25, 2010.
10/8/2010 Isaac L. Kramer was regularized by George Richard Philip Zimmerman. Coconsecrators: William (Bill) Quinlan and Markus Heckman, in Columbus,
Ohio. Isaac L. Kramer sub-conditioned with George Richard Philip Zimmerman.
Isaac L. Kramer then Co-cosicreated Ricardo C. Rodriguez.
The Church of England through the See of Canterbury
John Moore, William Markham, and Charles Moss Sr. consecrated:
Samuel Provoost (1787) and
William White(1787) with John Henry Hobart III (1811), and James Kemp (1814) consecrated:
Henry Ustick Onderdonk (1827) with George W. Doane II (1832)and Jackson Kemper (1835)
consecrated:
Samuel Allen McCoskry(1836) with Gregory Bedell III (1859), and Henry B. Whipple(1859)
consecrated:
+William Edward McLaren III (1875) with George F. Seymour (1878), and Cortlandt
Whitehead II (1882) consecrated: William Montgomery Brown (1898) Wallace de Ortega
Maxey Francis Jerome Joachim Forest Ernest Barber Peter Paul Brennan
James Franklin Mondok
Frank W. (Vandy) Vandeventer
Isaac L. Kramer
Lloyd William Gameson III
Ricardo C. Rodriguez

+William E. McLaren
1831-1905
Bishop of Chicago 1875-1905

CELTIC-HEBRAIC SUCCESSION
50. St. David (First Celtic Bishop of Mineva, St. David's Wales A.D.519 David was anointed as
an archbishop by the Patriarch in Jerusalem and was confirmed at the Synod of Llanddewi
Brefi by popular acclaim.)
51. Cynog (589-606)
52. St. Teilo (606-610)
53. St. Ceneu (610-?)
54. Morfall (Morfael)
55. Haerwneu (Haernynin)
56. Elwaed (Elwaed)
57. Gwrnwen (Gurnuru)
58. Llumverth (Llunwerth I)
59. Gwrgwyst
60. Eineon
61. Clydawg (Clydog)
62. Elfod (Elfodd)
63. Ethelman
64. Elane
65. Magelsgwyd
66. Cadell
67. Sadwrnfen
68. Novis
69. Sulhaithnay
70. Idwall
71. Asser
72. Arthwael
73. Samsom
74. Reubin
75. Rhydderch (?-961)
76. Elwin (Elwyn)
77. Morbiw (Morfyw)
78. Llunwerth II (?-873)
79. Hubert (Sulhidyr)
80. Enerius
81. Ivor
82. Morgeneu I (978-999)
83. Nathan (999-?)
84. Jevan (Ieuan)
85. Arwystl
86. Morgeneu II
87. Ervin (1016-1023)
88. Trahacarn (1023-1039)
89. Joseph II (1039-1061)
90. Bleiddud (1061-1071)
91. Sulien (1071-1072)
92. Abraham (1072-1078)
93. Sulien (again 1078-1088)
94. Rhyddmarch
(Rhygyfarch ap Sulien 1088- ?)
95. Wilfrid

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96. Daniel (1115)


96. Bernard (1115-1148)
97. David Fitzgerald (1148-1176)
98. Peter de Leia (November 1176-1198)
99. Geralt Gymro (June 29, 1199 1203 resigned)
100. Geoffrey de Henlaw (December 7, 1203 -1214)
101. Iorwerth (June 21, 1215 January 1229) 102. Anselm le Gras (Nov. 20, 1230-consecrated
Feb. 9, 1231 d. Apr. 2, 1247) 103. Thomas Wallensis (July 1247 July 11, 1255)
104. Richard de Carew (1256-1280)
105. Thomas Bek (1280-1293)
106. David Martyn (1296-1328)
107. Henry de Gower (1328-1347)
108. John of Thoresby (1347-1349)
109. Reginald Brain (1350-1352)
110. Thomas Fastolfe (1353-1361)
111. Adam Houghton (1361-1389)
112. Richard Mitford (1389) (Elected but set aside by the Pope)
113. John Gilbert (1389-1397)
114. Guy Mone (1397-1408)
115. Henry Chichele (Bishop of the Celtic Church in Wales, St. David's in 1408, made
Archbishop of Canterbury by Rome 1414) (1408-1414)
116. John Stafford (consecrated May 27, 1425)
117. John Kemp (Archbishop of Canterbury 1452-1454)
118. Thomas Bourchier (Archbishop of Canterbury 1454-1486)
119. John Cardinal Morton (Archbishop of Canterbury 1486-1500)
120. Henry Dean (Archbishop of Canterbury 1501-1503)
121. William Warham (Archbishop of Canterbury 1503-1532)
Church of England
122. +++Thomas Cranmer (Archbishop of Canterbury 1533-1556)
123. Reginald Cardinal Pole (Archbishop of Canterbury 1556-1558)
124. Matthew Parker (Archbishop of Canterbury 1559-1575)
125. Edmund Grindal (Archbishop of Canterbury 1576-1583)
126. John Whitgift (Archbishop of Canterbury 1583-1604)
127. Richard Bancroft (Archbishop of Canterbury 1604-1610)
128. George Abbott (Archbishop of Canterbury 1611-1633)
129. William Laud (Bishop of St. David's 1621, Chancellor of Oxford University
1629,Archbishop of Canterbury 1633.)
130. William Juxon
131. Gilbert Sheldon
132. William Sancroft
133. Thomas White
134. George Hickes
135. James Gadderar
136. Thomas Rattray
137. William Falconar and Fredrick Cornwallis (who was consecrated Feb. 19, 1750 by
Thomas Herring) consecrated:
138. Robert Kilgour (Feb. 12, 1775) with Arthur Petrie (1776) and John Skinner (1782)
consecrated:

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139. Samuel Seabury (First Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church of America Nov. 14,
1784) with Samuel Provoost (1787) and William White (1787) consecrated:
140. Thomas J. Claggett (1792) with William White and Samuel Provoost consecrated:
141. Edward Bass (1797) with William White and Samuel Provoost consecrated:
142. Abraham Jarvis (October 18, 1797) with William White and Samuel Provoost
consecrated:
143. Alexander Viets Griswold (1811) with William White and Nathaniel Bowen III (1818)
consecrated:
144. John Henry Hopkins (1832) with John Henry Hopkins, Benjamin B. Smith (1832) and
Henry W. Lee (1854) consecrated:
The Reformed Episcopal Church
145. George David Cummins (First Bishop of The Reformed Episcopal Church 11/15/1866)
146. Charles Edward Cheney (December 14, 1873)
147. William Rufus Nicholson (Feb. 24, 1876)
148. Alfred Spencer Richardson (June 22, 1879)
149. Leon Chechemian
150. Andrew Charles Albert McLagen
151. James Heard
152. William Bernard Crow
153. +++Hugh George de Wilmott-Newman
154. +++Wallace David de Ortega Maxey
155. C. David Luther
156. James Franklin Mondok
157. Frank W. (Vandy) Vandeventer
158. Isaac L. Kramer (April 6, 2010 First Patriarch of
The Holy Order of St Raphael)
159. -Lloyd William Gameson III (September 25, 2010)
160.-Ricardo C. Rodriguez ( February 22, 2013 )

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Consecration of Mar David (Wallace de Ortega Maxey) by Mar Georgius assisted by Mar John
(J.S.M. Ward), Mar Leofric (C.L. Saul), Mar John (J. Syer), Mar Francis (F.E. Langhelt), and Mar
Benignus (R.K. Hurgon), Abbey Church of Christ the King, Barnet, 6 June 1946.

Utrecht Apostolic Succession


Antonio Cardinal Barberini, Archbishop of Rheims, in 1657 consecrated Charles Maurice
Letellier, Coadjutor of Rheims,
who on November 12, 1668 consecrated James Benigne Bissuet, Bishop of Meaux,
who in 1671 consecrated James Goyon de Matignon, Bishop of Condon,
who by mandate of Clement XI in 1693 consecrated Dominic M. Varlet, Bishop of Ascalon (in
partibus) and Coadjutor to the Bishop of Babylon, Persia. Retiring to Holland, he died
twenty-three years later in the Cistercian Abbey of Rhjinwick. Having in response to the
appeals of the Chapter of Utrecht, on February 12, 1739 consecrated Peter John Meindaerts,
Bishop of Utrecht.
He had been one of several priests ordained in Ireland, by Luke Fagan, Bishop of Meath,
afterwards Archbishop of Dublin, with the view of sustaining the Ancient Church of the
Netherlands, founded by Sain Willobrord of Utredcht in the seventh
century. With his consecration to the episcopate in Holland the succession was perpetuate.
On October 17, 1739 he consecrated.
John van Spithout, Bishop of Haarlem,
who on July 11, 1745 consecrated Walter Michael Van Neiwenbuizen, Archbishop of Utrecht,
who on February 7, 1768 consecrated Adrian Brockman, Bishop of Haarlam,
who on June 21, 1778 consecrated John James Van Rhijn, Archbishop of Utrecht,
who on July 5, 1797 consecrated Gisbert de Jong, Bishop of Deventor,
who on November 7, 1805 consecrated Willibrod van Os, Archbishop of Utrecht
who on April 24, 1814 consecrated John Bon Bishop of Haarlem,
who on April 22, 1819 consecrated John van Santen, Archbishop of Utrecht,

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who on June 14, 1825 consecrated Herman Keykamp, Bishop of Deventor,


who on July 17, 1854 consecrated Gerard Gul, Archbishop of Utrecht,
who on May 11, 1892 consecrated +++Geradus Gul, Coadjutor of Utrecht,

who on April 28, 1908 consecrated ++Arnold Harris Matthew, Regionary of Great

Britian, who on October 28, 1914 consecrated +Frederick Samuel Willoughby, Bishop
of Britian, who on July 9, 1922, consecrated James Bartholomew Banks, Bishop (See
Unkown), who in 1924 (date unknown) consecrated Matthew Cooper, Bishop of
Greenwich,who on January 31, 1954 consecrated Charles Brearly, Archbishop of Danum, who
on May 14, 1968 consecrated Andre Barbeau, of Quebec, Catholic Charismatic Rite, who on
October 22, 1983 consecrated Walter G. Allard,
who on February 14, 1988 consecrated Frank W. (Vandy) Vandeventer, Archbishop of
Southern Diocese for Christ Catholic Orthodox Church,
who on April 6, 2010 consecrated Isaac L. Kramer, Patriarch of The Holy Order of St. Raphael
Interfaith, who on September 24, 2010 consecrated Lloyd William Gameson III, Archbishop
for The Holy Order of St. Raphael Interfaith,
who on September 25, 2010 co-consecrated Charles Max E. Million, Archbishop for The
Holy Order of St. Raphael Interfaith.
Isaac L. Kramer, Patriarch of The Holy Order of St. Raphael Interfaith on October 8, 2010
subconditione George Richard Philip Zimmerman, Patriarch of Corpus Christi Communion.
Isaac L Kramer then subconditione on February 22, 2013 Ricardo C. Rodriguez, Suffragan
Bishop of the World Anglican Catholic Communion.
Full Line of Apastolic Succession
Russian Orthodox
( Moscow Patriarchate )
Greek Orthodox
Roman Catholic
Anglican / Canterbury Lines

Apostolic Succession from the Holy Catholic Church by Abp. D. Finnegan through Dom R.
Martin . ( Abp. Dennis Finnegan died in 2014 )
ROMAN CATHOLIC (Primary)
Western Succession According to the Latin Rite
Pope Leo XIII
Cardinal Rampolla
Cardinal Arcoverde
Cardinal Sebasiao Leme
Dom. Carlos Duarte Costa Bishop of Maura
(Dom. Carlos was ordained and consecrated in Brazil in accordance with the Latin Rite and in
union with the papacy. He consecrated bishops before and after his break with Rome in
1945. All bishops of the Brazilian Catholic Church as well as all the following, derive orders
from him.)
Dom. Antidio Jose Vargas
Dom. Luigi Mascolo
Dom. Cylmar Correa Baldoino Costa
Dom. Jose Elias Jacomo dos Santos.

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(Iglesia Catolica Apostolica Reunida)


Dom. Paulo Jose de Jesus Maria Del la Espriella Torrens
(Archbishop of Central America and Panama residence in Costa Rica)
Dom. Michael Ronald Stienhardt Vogt and Dom. Raphael Byron De Ford
(Consecrated Easter 1992, April 18,19)
Most Rev. John N. Rubar and Most Rev. Dennis J. Finnegan
(Consecrated July 7, 1997, Chicago Illinois)
Eastern Succession According to the Greek Orthodox Rite
Bishop Dionisio
(Jurisdiction of the Greek Orthodox Church, the see of Saint Mark, Alexandria)
Archbishop Constantine
(Miami, Florida)
Archbishop Paulo de Jesus Maria de la Espriella Torrens
Bishop Michael Ronald Steinhardt and Bishop Bryon De Ford Solano
(Confirmed according to the Eastern Rite, Greek Orthodox October 24 1993, San Jose) Costa
Rica)
Bishop Dennis J. Finnegan and Bishop John N. Rubar 07/07/1997
Please note that Bishops Rubar and Finnegan both also have apostolic succession through
the Most Rev. Robert W. Martin of the Ecumenical Catholic Church.
Roman and Latin American Succession According to the Brazilian Apostolic Catholic Church
and National Apostolic Catholic Churches

+++Benedictus PP XIV ( Prospero Lorenzo Lambertini,

1675-1758 )
Vicarius Christi (1740)
Pope Benedict XIV consecrated on March 19, 1743
Carol della Torre Rezzoni (1693-1769)
Vicarius Christi as Clemens PP XIII (1758)
Pope Clement XIII, assisted by Archbishops Scopio Borghese
and
Ignatius Reali, consecrated on April 26, 1767
Bernadinus Giraud (1721-1777)
Cardinal, (1771)
Assisted by Archbishop Marcus Antonius Conti and Bishop
Iosefus Maria Carafa, Cardinal Giraud consecrated on
February 23, 1777 Alexander Matthaeus ( 1744-1820)

Cardinal (1779)
Assisted by Bishops Geraldus Macioti and Franciscus Albertini,
Cardinal Matthaeus consecrated on September 12, 1819
Petrus Franciscus Galeffi (1770-1837)
Cardinal (1803) Assisted by Archbishop Ioannes Franciscus Falzacappa and Iosephus
della Porta Rondiana, Cardinal Galeffi consecrated on December 8, 1822
Iacobus Phillipus Fransoni (1775-1856)
Cardinal (1826)
Assisted by Patriarch Joseph Valerga and Bishop Rudensindus Salvado,
Cardinal Fransoni consecrated on June 8, 1851
Carolus Sacconi (1808-1889)

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Cardinal (1861)
Assisted by Archbishops Salvator Nobili Vitelleschi and Franciscus
Xaverius Fredericus de Merode, Cardinal Sacconi consecrated on June 30, 1872
Eduard Howard (1829-1892)
Cardinal (1877)
Assisted by Archbishops Alessandro Sanminiatelli Zabarella and
Bishop Guilio Lenti, Cardinal Howard consecrated on December 8, 1882
Mariano Rampolla Marchese del Tindaro (1843-1913)
Cardinal (1887)
Cardinal Rampolla del Tindaro consecrated on October 26, 1890:
In Brazil, for the Roman Catholic Church in Brazil:
Joaquin Arcoverde de Albuquerque-Calvacanti (1850-1930)
Cardinal (1905)
Cardinal de Albuquerque-Calvacanti consecrated on June 4, 1911
Sebastiao Leme de Silveira Cintra (1882-1942)
Archbishop (1921)
Assisted by Dom Alberto Jose Goncalves and Dom Benedito Paulo
Alves de Souza, Archbishop de Silveira Cintra consecrated on December 8, 1924
Carlos Duarte Costa (1888-1961)
Ordained Roman Catholic priest ( April 1, 1911)
Roman Catholic bishop ( 1924-1945 )
Patriarch, Brazilian Catholic Apostolic Church ( 1945-1961 )

Bishop +++Carlos Duarte Costa consecrated on May 3, 1948

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Bishop ++Luis Fernando Castillo Mndez ( 1922- )

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Ordained Roman Catholic priest in Spain on August 10, 1944


Patriarch of the Church since 196x.
Consecrated a bishop in 1948 by Dom Carlos Duarte Costa, former Titular Bishop of Maura.
He was a bishop of the Igreja Catlica Apostlica Brasileira 1948-196x; since 196x he has
been a bishop of the American Orthodox Catholic Church.
Luis Fernando Castillo Mendez subconditione David Bell a Catholic Bishop in the ICAB on
June 13, 2006.
( Dom David Bell was elevated and installed thereafter as an Archbishop for the ICAB-UK
including being appointed as Secretary for Doctrine & Faith of Brazilian Catholic Church and
Patriarchate appointed by His Holiness Most Reverend Luis Castillo Mendez from July 2006
until 27 October 2009 when he was installed as Titular Patriarch ) ....
06/05/1960 Milton Cunha [who consecrated only one person to be a bishop]
Milton Cunha
....1) Giuseppe Santo Eusebio Pace
........a) Michel Staffiero
............ Charles Richard McCarthy
...................A) Joseph Raffaele
...................B) Patrick J. Healy
...................C) Charles David Luther
...................D) Lawrence Franois Pierre
........b) Vittorio Maria Francescone
............I) Helmut Clemens Kyrillus Minihofer-Windisch (see below).
........c) Helmut Clemens Kyrillus Minihofer-Windisch
............I) Donald Lawrence Jolly-Gabriel (see below).
........d) Ignazio Antonio Teodosio Pietroburgo
.............I) Helmut Clemens Kyrillus Minihofer-Windisch (see below).
............II) Donald Lawrence Jolly-Gabriel
06/25/1980 Donald Lawrence Jolly-Gabriel
........1) 05/19/1991 Mark Steven Shirey Shirilau
............07/08/1995 Richard John Cardarelli
............07/08/1995 Michael Robert Frost
............07/08/1995 Denis Armand Martel
............07/08/1995 Robert Wayne Martin
...................a) 07/07/1997 Dennis Joseph Finnegan
...................b) 07/07/1997 John Nicholas Rubar
c) 7/19/2006 Ricardo Chavez Rodriguez
(Ordained a Catholic Priest by Bp. John Ruber under Abp. Dennis Finnegan.)

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Syro-Malabar/Vilatte Succession via St Tugdual

+++Peter III of Raqqa (Latin: Petrus Callinicus; Peter of Callinicum), was the Patriarch of

Antioch and head of the Syriac Orthodox Church from 581 until his death in 591.
Peter was born in the 6th century in the city of Raqqa, here he became fluent in Greek and
Syriac as well as obtaining a fair knowledge of philosophy and theology. Peter replaced his
father, Paul II, upon his death in 581 and was consecrated patriarch by Pope Damian of
Alexandria at the Mor Hananyo Monastery.
Afterwards, Peter traveled to Alexandria to promote religious ties with the Patriarchate of
Alexandria. Whilst here, however, Peter was accused of Tritheism by Pope Damian of
Alexandria and in turn accused him of Sabellianism. Peter replied to the accusations at
length in his Adversus Tritheistas or Many-lined Letter.
The work abounds in citations from earlier Greek authors, including the Cappadocians, John
Chrysostom, Cyril of Alexandria as well as Severus of Antioch, translated into Syriac. It deals
intensively with the theological and philosophical terminology involved with and illustrates
the consequences of the rejection of the Chalcedonian Definition in Syriac monastic circles.
This created a schism between the Alexandrian and Antiochene churches that lasted for
almost a decade after Damian's death
Predecessors
Moran Mar Ignatius Yacob II, Syrian Patriarch of Antioch, who on February 12, 1865,
consecrated:
Joseph Pulikottil, Mar Dionysios V, Metropolitan of the Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church,
who on July 29, 1889, consecrated:
Antonio Francisco Xavenda Alvarez, Mar Julius, Archbishop of the Malankara Orthodox
Syrian Church in Ceylon, Goa and India, who on May 29, 1892, consecrated:
+++Joseph Rene Vilatte, Mar Timotheos,
Archbishop-Exarch of North America who on
December 29, 1915, consecrated:
+Frederick Ebenezer John Lloyd, Bishop of Illinois,
afterward Primate of the American Catholic Church,
who on September 8, 1929, consecrated:
John Churchill Sibley, Missionary Archbishop for
England, who on October 6, 1935, consecrated:
John Sebastian Marlow Ward, Archbishop of Olivet,
who in August 25, 1945, consecrated:
+++Hugh George de Willmott Newman, Mar Georgius
I, Patriarch of Glastonbury, who on May 2, 1950,
consecrated:
+++Harold Percival Nicolson, Archbishiop of Karim in
the Ancient Catholic Church, who on May 20, 1955
consecrated:
Jan Frederick Assendelft-Attland, Archbishop of the
Ancient Catholic Church of France, who on May 20
1955 consecrated:
Irenaeus dEschevannes, Archbishop of Arles, who on
5 May, 1957 consecrated:
Jean Pierre Danyel (St Tugdual), Bishop of Redon,
Primate of the Holy Celtic Church, who on August 15, 1966 consecrated:

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John Nicholas Collins, Auxiliary of the Old Roman Catholic Church of Canada, who on
December 15, 1968 consecrated:
Peter Cockburn Distin, Auxiliary of the Holy Celtic Church, Superior of the Order of the
Atonement, who on April 26, 1969 consecrated:
Anthony Walter John Williams, Primate of the Holy Celtic Church, who on May 20, 1979
consecrated:
Illtyd Thomas, Primate of the Celtic Catholic Church, who in Oct. 1988 consecrated Michael
Skelly, who on the August 15, 2007 consecrated:
++Alistair Bate, (Mar Alexei) OSBA, Presiding Bishop The Holy Celtic Church, who assisted
by Bishop Bruno Pedrini OSBA KSJA, who on the 11th July 2014 day of St. Benedict,
consecrated sub conditione:
+Rodolfo Gonzlez Prez (Mar Stephanvs I) (1973-), Presiding Bishop of West Liberal
Catholic Church.

HH +++Ignatius Peter III Patriarch Antioch

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SYRIAN-GALLICAN
IN THE DISPUTE between France's Third Republic and the Roman Catholic Church,
Archbishop Villatte arrived at an understanding- with the French politicians in an attempt to
rally the Gallican school of Roman Catholic thought and institute the Catholic Apostolic
Gallican Church in opposition to Rome. Though that church did not thrive in France, it did
survive.

+++Joseph Rene Vilatte, Mar Timotheos, on May 6, 1900, who on December 29,

1915, consecrated:
Frederick Ebenezer John Lloyd, Bishop of Illinois, afterward Primate of the American
Catholic Church, who on September 8, 1929, consecrated:
John Churchill Sibley, Missionary Archbishop for England, who on October 6, 1935,
consecrated:
John Sebastian Marlow Ward, Archbishop of Olivet, who in August 25, 1945, consecrated:
Hugh George de Willmott Newman, Mar Georgius I, Patriarch of Glastonbury, who on May 2,
1950, consecrated:

+++Harold Percival Nicholson, Archbishiop of Karim in the Ancient Catholic Church,

who on May 20, 1955 consecrated:


Jan Frederick Assendelft-Attland, Archbishop of the Ancient Catholic Church of France, who
on May 20 1955 consecrated:
Irenaeus dEschevannes, Archbishop of Arles, who on
5 May, 1957 consecrated:
Jean Pierre Danyel (St Tugdual), Bishop of Redon,
Primate of the Holy Celtic Church, who on August 15,
1966 consecrated:
John Nicholas Collins, Auxiliary of the Old Roman
Catholic Church of Canada, who on December 15,
1968 consecrated:
Peter Cockburn Distin, Auxiliary of the Holy Celtic
Church, Superior of the Order of the Atonement, who
on April 26, 1969 consecrated:
Anthony Walter John Williams, Primate of the Holy
Celtic Church, who on May 20, 1979 consecrated:
Illtyd Thomas, Primate of the Celtic Catholic Church,
who in Oct. 1988 consecrated Michael Skelly, who on
the August 15, 2007 consecrated:

++Alistair Bate, (Mar Alexei) OSBA, Presiding Bishop The Holy Celtic Church, who assisted
by Bishop Bruno Pedrini OSBA KSJA, who on the 11th July 2014 day of St. Benedict,
consecrated sub conditione:
+Rodolfo Gonzlez Prez (Mar Stephanvs I) (1973-), Presiding Bishop of West Liberal
Catholic Church.

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Biografa del Obispo +George De Willmott Newman (Mar Georgius)


Hugh de Willmott Newman (17 January 1905 28 February 1979), Mar Georgius I, Patriarch
of Glastonbury, Catholicos of the West, Sixth British Patriarch, was the bishop of an
independent (non-Roman) Catholic church.
Newman was first made a bishop (a process known as consecration) in 1944. He is most
notable for having subsequently undergone numerous ceremonies of conditional
consecration, thereby laying claim to numerous different lines or streams of historic
apostolic succession, and also for having shared his own lines or streams of apostolic
succession with numerous other bishops by conditionally consecrating them. Over a ten-year
period between 1945 and 1955, there were a number of ceremonies in each of which
Newman and another bishop would conditionally consecrate each other to give each the
other's lines or streams of succession, a practice that is sometimes described as "crossconsecration".[1]
Newman consecrated (conditionally, or otherwise), or shared cross-consecration with, at
least 32 bishops. Today, there are hundreds of bishops around the world, perhaps
thousands, with a lines of succession deriving through Newman.
Hugh George Newman was born on 17 January 1905 in Forest Gate, London, England. His
family background was in the Catholic Apostolic Church (Irvingite). His father was a deacon
in that church, and his father a sub-deacon. Hugh George was baptised (christened) at the
Catholic Apostolic Church at Mare Street, Hackney, London, England. He was educated at
Crawford School, Camberwell, London, and later by private tuition. As a young man, he
changed his name by deed poll to "De Willmott Newman", thus reflecting his mother's
maiden name. Newman worked as a clerk in solicitors' offices until 1929.
He also continued to educate himself. He took a post with the Christian Herald (a Christian
newspaper) and he became a commercial consultant and, in due course, a fellow of the
Institute of Commerce. He engaged in charitable work with London's poor and needy,
championing the cause of the underdog.
Newman participated in attempts to restore Archduke Otto von Habsburg to the position of
emperor of Austria and Bohemia. In recognition of his efforts he was granted the honour
"prince of the Holy Roman Empire" by the Archduke's mother the Empress Zita, and also the
title "Baron Willmott" of Hungary, and "Duke of Saxe-Noricum".
Newman was one of the co-founders of an organisation called "Royalist International",
which campaigned against bolshevism and aimed to restore monarchy in all nations.
In 1936, Newman resigned his membership of the Conservative Party, owing to his views
about the abdication of King Edward VIII. He regarded encouraging or supporting the
abdication of the King as an act of high treason.
At the age of seven years, Newman was an acolyte in the Catholic Apostolic Church; in his
teens, he sensed a call to ordained Christian ministry and became an under-deacon in the
Catholic Apostolic Church at age 19.
The route to full clergy status in the Catholic Apostolic Church was closed, in that this was
"the time of silence". No new clergy had been ordained since 1901.

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During the 1920s and 1930s Newman corresponded with bishops of autocephalous churches
of Old Catholic, Eastern and Oriental traditions.
On October 23, 1938, at the age of 33 years, Newman was ordained priest by Bishop James
Columba McFall (of Ireland). McFall was a bishop of a group called the "Old Roman Catholic
Church of Great Britain".[2]
In 1939, Newman was adopted as priest by a congregation, calling itself The Old Catholic
Orthodox Church, in Hounslow, England that in 1925 had split from the Old Roman Catholic
Church of Great Britain.[2]
Newman approached Arthur Wolfort Brooks (Mar Joseph Emmanuel) of the Apostolic
Episcopal Church in USA. When Brooks, a resident in America, accepted a position as a
presiding bishop of a group of churches in England, he appointed Newman as his vicargeneral.
In 1937, Newman married Lola Ima del Carpio Barnardo (1902 - 1984), a great-granddaughter
of Thomas Barnardo.
In the mid-1930s, he was general manager of the National Association of Cycle Traders and
Repairers. From 1943 to 1945, he was secretary and registrar of the Incorporated Institute of
Cycle Traders and Repairers.
Newman represented Brooks at the Council of London, which was headed by Archbishop
Herbert James Monzani-Heard (Mar Jacobus II) (1861 - 1947).
The background to the council was that, in December 1938, the office of Mar Ignatius
Ephrem I (Syrian Patriarch of Antioch, located at Homs, after fleeing Antioch and the Turks in
1920) had issued a statement warning the public in the West against bodies claiming to
derive their origin and apostolic succession from some ancient Church of the East. Groups
claiming apostolic succession through Rene Vilatte were explicitly condemned in the
statement.
The council comprised representatives from a number of bodies claiming to derive their
succession from the Eastern churches. All were bodies with a very small following. They
were: Ancient British Church, British Orthodox Catholic Church, Apostolic Episcopal Church,
Old Catholic Orthodox Church, Order of Holy Wisdom, and Order of Antioch.
The council boldy declared the Syrian Orthodox (Jacobite) Patriarch to be in schism, and that
it was they who represented the genuine church, which, for the avoidance of doubt, they
renamed as the "Western Orthodox Catholic Church".
Arthur Wolfort Brooks ("Mar John Emmanuel"), founder and leader of the Apostolic
Episcopal Church (based in USA) had suggested Newman as a candidate for appointment as a
bishop.
Newman was chosen by a pro-synod of the Old Catholic Orthodox Church in Europe as
archbishop and metropolitan of Glastonbury, just a few days before the Council of London.
Brooks signed the consecration mandate and he authorized Bishop William Bernard Crow to
perform the ceremony which took place on 10 April 1944.

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Newman sought the convergence of churches into a unity. He was a founder of the
"Catholicate of the West".
On 23 March 1944, a Deed of Declaration united the Ancient British Church, the Old Catholic
Orthodox Church, the British Orthodox Catholic Church and the Independent Catholic Church
into a single organization, to be called the "Catholicate of the West".
On 28 March 1944, a synod of the new Catholicate elected Newman as "Catholicos of the
West". At Christmas 1944, it was resolved that the Catholicate would bring its ministry,
organization, usages and worship into general conformity with the pattern and model of the
Catholic Apostolic Church ("Irvingites"). The name "Catholic Apostolic Church (Catholicate of
the West)" was adopted, with a sub-title "Western Orthodox Catholic Church", and the
Catholic Apostolic Church's liturgy was adopted with a Supplement.
Under Newman's leadership, the Catholicate was dissolved on 29 November 1953.
However, some members considered that the 1953 decision to dissolve the Catholicate had
not been validly made, and they sought to continue the Catholicate under the name Catholic
Apostolic Church (United Orthodox Catholicate) with Mar Paulos as Catholicos. Mar Paulos
led this manifestation of the Catholicate from 1953 until his death on 29 April 1965. Mar
Paulos was succeeded by Mar David I (Ortega-Maxey) (1965 to 1976), Mar David II (1976 to
2000), Mar Timotheos III (Francis Spataro) (2000 to 2015) and Mar Johannes Edmundos (John
Kersey) (2015 to date). From 6 August 1977 onwards the headship of the continuing
Catholicate has been formally united with the headship of the Apostolic Episcopal Church.
On 10 May 1959, Newman revived the purportedly-dissolved Catholicate, but dissolved it
once again on 1 January 1968. Thus, from 1959 to 1968, there were, in effect, two distinct
Catholicates.
Newman's desire for the convergence of
different historic lines or streams of apostolic
succession was an aspect or outworking or his
quest a unity of churches. He did not believe
that being consecrated by a bishop from a
different line or stream of succession adds
anything to the charism received. His reason for
advocating commissioning by bishops from
different lines or streams of succession was
solely that the episcopal status of those so
commissioned might be more widely accepted. His aspiration was that an ecumenical
succession would be created which all churches/jurisdictions (or as many as possible) would
accept.
The ecumenical mission or vision that gave rise to the birth of the Catholicate of the West
and to the notion of restoring an ecumenical apostolic succession partially derives from the
theology and aspirations of the Catholic Apostolic Church (Irvingites). In the 1930s, there was
a somewhat parallel situation in the Church of England in that the Church of England had
started to incorporate "Old Catholic" successions within its consecrations of bishops. In the
case of the Church of England, the objective was that Anglican orders would meet the
criteria declared by the Roman Catholic Church.
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NOTE: Newman is generally cited as having been sixth patriarch. The succession (from the
first patriarch, Richard Williams Morgan) is listed in the Wikipedia article of the Celtic
Orthodox Church.
In 1946, Newsweek published a claim the movement led by Newman had 140,000 followers
worldwide.
In later years, there were many changes and re-organisations, and a long period of general
decline. Specifically, in 1952, Newman issued a statement of belief which he called the
"Glastonbury Confession". However, most of his
clergy declined to subscribe to it, and in 1953 he
released them from his jurisdiction.
There were further changes in the late 1960s. In
1967, Newman repealed the 1960 Constitution and
governed by decree. A revised liturgy was introduced
in 1968. In 1968, the Catholicate of the West was
dissolved.
As result of these changes and loss of adherents,
when Newman died on 28 February 1979, the
movement he had led was virtually unrecognisable,
as compared with the movement as it had existed
twelve years earlier.
Newman's cousin, William Henry Hugo NewmanNorton succeeded him as primate of the British
Orthodox Church, which became canonically part of
the Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria in 1994. Some congregants at that time separated
from the British Orthodox Church and formed part of the Celtic Orthodox Church.
+++Consecrations of Newman
April 10, 1944: by William Bernard Crow (Mar Abdullah Basilius III), authorized by Arthur
Wolfort Brooks (Mar John Emmanuel)
Further consecrations (conditional and/or mutual (cross-) consecrations):[clarification
needed (see talk)
April 4, 1945: by Sidney Ernest Page Needham
April 29, 1945: by Charles William Keller (Mar Carolus)
May 20, 1945: by Hedley Coward Bartlett
August 25, 1945: by John Sebastian Marlow Ward
June 6, 1946: by Mar Thoma II Gregorius, Patriarch of the West Indies
June 8, 1946 (or possibly June 6, 1946): by William David de Ortega Maxey
August 1, 1946: by Charles Leslie Saul (Mar Leofric of Suthonia)
June 28, 1947: by Aloysius Stumpfl (Mar Timotheos of Aquileia)
July 14, 1947: by Frederick Charles Aloysius Harrington (?)
July 14, 1947: by Aloysius Stumpfl (Mar Timotheos of Aquileia) again
February 19, 1951: by Davison Quartey Arthur (Mar Lukos of Lagos, Accra and Trinidad)
September 18, 1954: by Clement Alfio Sgroi Marchese
July 17, 1955: by Odo Acheson Barry

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Consecrations by Newman
This list includes conditional (sub conditione) consecrations and cross-consecrations.
Abbinga, FD Bacon, Bartlett, Bateman, Berger, Boltwood, DH Brook, Chamberlain, Corbin, de
Ortega Maxey, Palatine, Frippiat, Glenn, Herbert, Hurgon, Jeffrey, Keller, Laigle, Langhelt,
Lutgen, Marchese, Needham, Newman-Norton, HP Nicholson, Pillai, Ryswyk, Saul, Singer,
Smethurst, Stumpfl, Summers, JSM Ward.
List of apostolic successions received by Newman
A sequence of succession is derived from the Armenian Catholic Church Archbishop Leon
Chorchorunian through Leon Chechemian.[i] However, it is disputed as to whether this is a
full episcopal succession.[b]
A sequence of succession is derived from the Syriac Orthodox Patriarch of Antioch Ignatius
Peter IV through Jules Ferrette to Richard Williams Morgan to Charles Isaac Stevens to Leon
Chechemian.[i]
A sequence of succession is derived from the Old Catholic Church of the Netherlands
Archbishop Gerardus Gul through Arnold Harris Mathew.[ii][c]
A sequence of succession is derived from the Old Catholic Church of the Netherlands
Archbishop Gerardus Gul through Jan Maria Michal Kowalski.[iii]
A succession is derived from Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church Archbishop Antonio
Francisco Xavier Alvares (Mar Julius I) through Joseph Rene Vilatte (Mar Timotheus).[iv][d]
A sequence of succession is derived from Assyrian Church of the East Mar Shimun XVIII Rubil
through Anthony Thondanatt (Mar Ibd Ishu) to Soares to Ulric Vernon Herford to Knight to
Bartlett to Newman.[e]
A sequence of succession is derived from the Chaldean Catholic Church Hanna Sahhab Mar
Elea Johnannes Mellus and Anthony Thondanatt.
A sequence of succession is derived from Chaldean Catholic Church Yousef VI Emmanuel II
Thomas through Antoine Lefberne to Albert Wolfort Brooks (Mar John Emmanuel) to Charles
William Keller to Newman.
A sequence of succession derived from Melkite Greek Catholic Church Athanasios Sawoya
through Antoine Joseph Aneed to Odo Acheson Barry (Mar Columba) to Newman.
A sequence of succession derived from Russian Orthodox Church Sergius of Finland through
Henry Joseph Kleefisch to Odo Acheson Barry (Mar Columba) to Newman.
A sequence of succession derived from Russian Orthodox Church Ivan Nikolaevich
Stragorodskij through Henry Joseph Kleefisch to Odo Acheson Barry (Mar Columba) to
Newman.[6]
A sequence of succession derived from Russian Orthodox Church Archbishop Evdokim
Meschersky through Aftimios Ofiesh to Zuk.[v]
A sequence of succession derived from Coptic Orthodox Church Apostolic Archbishop John
Hickerson through Davison Quartey Arthur (Mar Lukos) to Newman.
A sequence of succession derived from Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of
America John Henry Hopkins to Cummins to Cheney to WR Nicholson to AS Richardson to
Chechemian.
A sequence of succession derived from Order of Corporate Reunion bishops Frederick
George Lee, Thomas Wimberley Mossman, and John Thomas Seccombe through Stevens to
Chechemian.

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Valides de las Ordenes Catlicas NO Romanas


Tengo muchos elementos de juicio para dar como verdaderas las Ordenes de los Clrigos no
Catlicos Romanos. Cuando an era un Seminarista , tuve una conversacin con una pareja
de miembros del Opus, esto fue en presencia de una amiga, que en aquel entonces venda
gemas en una pequea Plaza de Mollerussa, en Lrida. Les explique a mi Juicio lo que sigue:
Con frecuencia, las Iglesias Catlicas Apostlicas no Romanas, sean Nacionales, Tridentinas,
Ortodoxas Occidentales, o Sedevacantistas son blanco de crticas por algunas jerarquas
Romananistas, tras considerarlas irregulares. Argumentan que tanto sus obispos como sus
sacramentos no son reconocidos como catlicos (Universales), pero los siguientes
documentos histricos irrebatibles no dicen lo mismo.
El primer Concilio Niceno (a 325) se expres claramente a este respecto hablando de los
novacianos: Sobre los que se llaman Catharos (esto es, limpios) si vinieren a la Iglesia
Catlica, agrad al Santo y al Gran Concilio que, recibiendo la imposicin de manos en
penitencia, permanezcan como estn en el clero. Conviene que, sobre todo, profesen por
escrito que reciben y siguen todos los dogmas de la Iglesia Catlica y Apostlica.
Los Santos Padres pensaron que la imposicin de manos o la Ordenacin producen sus
efectos aunque proceda de un ministro indigno. Es un Sacramento y una accin de Cristo,
que no queda desvirtuada por la iniquidad del instrumento. Este principio general de
Teologa Sacramental Patrstica tiene ahora su manifestacin concreta en el Sacramento del
Orden.
San Jernimo dice igualmente: Si el que bautiza en su fe hertica no puede daar al
bautizado, tampoco el que en su propia fe hertica hace la ordenacin del sacerdote le
mancho.
San Agustn (354-430): no hay ninguna razn porque quien no puede perder el bautismo
pueda perder el derecho a darlo, porque uno y an los mismo propsitos que venan de un
cisma han sido recibidos, aun cuando pareciese ser necesario que desempeasen los mismos
oficios que antes desempeaban, o han sido ordenados de nuevo, sino que, lo mismo que el
bautismo, la ordenacin permaneci ntegra, puesto que en la separacin o cisma hubo un
vicio, pero no en los Sacramentos, que son los mismos dondequiera que estn... Si nosotros
procedemos mal, que expliquen ellos como no pueda perderse el Sacramento del bautizado,
y pueda perderse el sacramento del ordenado, que dicen: al apartarse de la Iglesia no
perdi el bautismo pero s el derecho a darlo. Porque si uno y otro es sacramento, de lo cual
nadie duda, por qu aquel no se pierde y este s se pierde? Ni a uno ni a otro sacramento
hay que hacer injuria.
Una de las razones de esta aceptacin de los Sacramentos conferidos por herejes, Cismticos
y Pecadores la daba San Agustn: una cosa es no tener algo, y otra cosa es tenerlo
ilegtimamente o usurparlo ilcitamente. Los sacramentos hay que reconocerlos y
venerarlos.
Otras razones eran la Costumbre o Tradicin de la Iglesia y la consideracin de que los
Sacramentos eran acciones de Cristo, cualquiera que fuese el instrumento humano.
Ms adelante (440-461), San Len Magno no rechazar de la dignidad de Obispo a un cierto
Mximo, que se haba ordenado en el cisma Donatista.

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Anastasio II (a. 496) no dej de admitir la validez de las ordenaciones en el cisma de Acasio;
porque Cristo es el que hace los Sacramentos, ni queda limitada su virtud fecunda, aunque
pase por lugares inmundos.
San Gregorio Magno (a. 601) admitir las Ordenaciones conferidas por nestorianos como
vlidas, escribiendo a los Obispos de Iberia (Giorgia): ...sin ninguna duda, vuestra Santidad
los reciba (a aquellos nestorianos convertidos) en su propio grupo, guardndoles sus propias
rdenes, para que, procediendo con mansedumbre y no hacindoles contradiccin o
dificultad por sus propias rdenes, los arranquis de la boca del antiguo enemigo.
Y Len XIII (a. 1896), s decret invlidas las Ordenaciones Anglicanas, no fue razn de haber
sido conferidas por quienes estaban fuera de la Iglesia Catlica Romana, sino solamente por
vicio de forma e intencin.
La validez de las Ordenes conferidas por herejes o Cismticos, de suyo siempre la ha
reconocido la Iglesia.
Los sacerdotes dan su bendicin no por propia virtud -escribe Hestiquio de Jerusaln- sino
que, porque llevan la imagen de Cristo, pueden por Aqul que est en ellos dar la plenitud de
la bendicin.
No se puede pues, absolutamente pensar en las Cristiandades separadas como en
comunidades absolutamente extraas, separadas de la Iglesia, donde se conserva el carcter
Sacramental se conserva tambin un vnculo con la Iglesia nica. Todos los cismas contra la
unidad de la Iglesia no pueden consumar completamente la divisin en tanto la parte que se
ha separado no haya repudiado tambin el Sacramento del Bautismo y destruido con ello
todo vnculo de carcter Sacramental.
Es oportuno recordar que un nio bautizado no es, con el bautismo, incorporado al cisma,
sino a la iglesia Una, an cuando aquel que administra este sacramento no conozca a la
Iglesia, an cuando intente explcitamente excluirla con tal que su primera intencin sea la
de querer hacerle Cristiano.
La voluntad de los hombres no puede destrozar ni modificar una decisin divina: Tambin
los cismticos en la medida que son Cristianos, pertenecen siempre a la Iglesia que es Una en
la unidad de su Sacerdote.
Hoy da ya no se duda de Consagraciones Episcopales verificadas hasta en sujetos que no
haban recibido previamente el Presbiterado u orden Sacerdotal. Al recibir la Consagracin
de Obispo, quedaban ordenados con la plenitud del Sacerdocio y poseyendo las Capacidades
Sacramentales del Presbiterado.
De San Ambrosio de Miln, elegido Obispo siendo Catecmeno, se vino creyendo hasta
ahora que pas por todos los grados del Clericato; pero ciertamente no aconteci as con
otro Catecmeno que, como refiere San Gregorio Nacianceno,
elegido tambin, fue bautizado y, de simple laico fue Ordenado. Otro laico que, estando
casado y siendo abogado, de laico recibi la Consagracin Episcopal, es San Filogonio, cuyo
ministerio ensalza San Juan Crisstomo.
Por San Agustn sabemos de la Consagracin para Obispo de un simple lector. Estaban
preparadas todas las cosas para consagrar a uno de los Sacerdotes y haba un Obispo de

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fuera de Hipona para intervenir en la ceremonia; pero sta no poda realizarse como se
haba pensado, porque el candidato se haba retirado. Entonces San Agustn, Doctor y Padre
de la Iglesia: para que no fuera intil la vanidad del otro Obispo, sustituy al presbtero por
un lector.
Se cuentan treinta y cuatro diconos Romanos que antes de acabar el siglo IX, en aquella
Iglesia fueron consagrados Obispos de Roma o Papas, directamente sin pasar por el
Presbiterado u Ordenacin Sacerdotal. Respecto del Papa Juan XIII (965-972), cuya carrera
eclesial se conoce por la lista de rdenes que haba recibido, se ha podido constatar que el
dicono pas directamente al Episcopado.
CONCLUSION
El Obispo tiene en virtud de la Consagracin Episcopal, una potestad de Confirmar y
Ordenar, que no se le puede quitar, porque si la Iglesia pudiera anular esta potestad, es
lgico creer que lo hubiera hecho en caso de cisma, hereja, etc,; y sin embargo nunca lo ha
hecho. Al contrario, es un principio reconocido en Teologa Sacramentaria la validez de las
ordenaciones conferidas por Obispos cismticos y herejes. Todo lo cual es indicio cierto de
que la potestad Episcopal viene de un Sacramento y de un carcter impreso en el alma; no
de un mero mandato, o de misin externa o jurisdiccin comunicada por la Iglesia en la
persona del Papa.
Biblioteca de Autores Cristianos: Ministros de Cristo, Sacerdocio y Sacramento del Orden,
Enciclopedia del Sacerdocio, dirigida por el R. Prof. Jos Cacciatore, C.SS.R. Con 120 pginas
de Bibliografa)
El Obispo SALOMAO FERAZ, consagrado como primer Obispo de la Iglesia Catlica
Independiente del Brasil, fue recibido por la Iglesia Romana sin haber sido Ordenado de
Nuevo sino simplemente con reconocimiento de su Consagracin Episcopal y fue aceptado
como Obispo casado y muri siendo Obispo Auxiliar en Brasil en el seno de la Iglesia Romana
y con todos los honores de cualquier Obispo Catlico Romano.
Todo tiene un por que, una causa y un efecto ineludible, el hecho de que la personalidad de
unos pocos y el ego u orgullo de muchos no den paso a la unidad y la Fraternidad, la cual
conlleva a reconocer verazmente que solo hay una y solo una SANTA APOSTOLICA CATOLICA
IGLESIA es sea de que el Cncer del Dogma no se ha extirpado aun de los Hombres que
prefieren seguir esclavizados por l.

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La Prelatura Sacerdotes Casados


Es necesario que el obispo sea irreprochable, casado una sola vez, casto, dueo de s, de
buenos modales, que acoja fcilmente en su casa y con capacidad para ensear. [...] Que
sepa gobernar su propia casa y mantener sus hijos obedientes y bien criados. Pues si no sabe
gobernar su propia casa,
cmo podr guiar la asamblea de Dios?
Pablo de Tarso, 1 Timoteo (3.2-5)

Nosotros, obispos, sacerdotes y diconos casados del Brasil, en el ejercicio ministerial en


varias instituciones catlicas juntamente con sacerdotes casados, oriundos de la Iglesia
Catlica Apostlica Romana, miembros del Movimiento de Sacerdotes Casados (MSC),
reunidos en el Encuentro Brasileo del Movimiento de Sacerdotes Casados, Ahora,
realizado en San Pablo, en el municipio de Atibaia, en los das 23 a 25 de marzo de 2007, bajo
la inspiracin espiritual y orientacin del Arzobispo Emmanuel Milingo, Arzobispo Emrito de
Lusaka, Zambia, (frica); en la presencia del clero de la Iglesia Catlica Apostlica Brasilea y
de su patriarca, Dom Luis Fernando Mendes; del clero de la Iglesia Catlica Apostlica
Misionera de Evangelizacin; del clero de la Iglesia Catlica Ortodoxa Carismtica; de los
miembros de la Congregacin Franciscana de los Siervos Inteis; de los miembros del
Instituto Misionero Francisco de Ass; de los miembros da URI Iniciativa de las Religiones
Unidas y de los miembros de la Iglesia de la Unificacin (Associao das Familias para
Unificao e Paz Mundial)
DECLARAMOS: 1.Que la familia es una institucin sagrada creada por Dios; 2.Que la familia
es el medio a travs del cual los seres humanos perpetan su linaje, su descendencia y la
propia especie humana; 3.Que la santidad humana est en el sacerdocio y en la familia, y no
en el celibato obligatorio; 4.Que la familia es la Escuela del Amor en sus distintas
expresiones, por eso, es una necesidad humana espiritual, biolgica y social; 5.Que la
formacin de una familia es un derecho divino concedido a todos los seres humanos,
inclusive a los sacerdotes y a todos los miembros de las diversas manifestaciones religiosas
del mundo; 6.Que el Movimiento de Sacerdotes Casados, Ahora no tiene como objetivo
hacer oposicin a la Iglesia Catlica Apostlica Romana, o a otros segmentos religiosos, sino
la defensa del derecho humano al establecimiento de familias consagradas en la libre
expresin de su religiosidad; 7.Que, con la inspiracin espiritual concedida por Jesucristo al
arzobispo Emmanuel Milingo, y con la fuerza de la autoridad de la sangre de Jess, todos los

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sacerdotes casados estn absueltos de toda culpa o herida espiritual, derivada de la decisin
de establecer su familia y de generar su descendencia y linaje en la Tierra; que todos los
sacerdotes casados estn libres de todo castigo que se deriva de la excomunin de cualquier
institucin religiosa; que todos los sacerdotes casados estn autorizados a celebrar la Santa
Misa y a administrar los sacramentos en sus familias y en sus comunidades, en virtud de la
necesidad espiritual del pueblo cristiano del Brasil. 8.Que la defensa intransigente del
celibato (la prohibicin de construir una familia) impuesta por la Iglesia Catlica Apostlica
Romana a centenas de millares de sus miembros, niega el origen y la naturaleza divina de la
institucin familiar (Gn. 1:28), oponindose a la determinacin bblica (Tito 1:6; I Tm 3), y
viola uno de los derechos ms sagrados y vitales del hombre. Por tanto, el tiempo ha llegado
para la Iglesia Catlica Apostlica Romana el repensar su posicin y restaurar ese derecho de
Dios a los hombres. En consecuencia, hacemos un llamado a todos los religiosos brasileos
para apoyar al Movimiento de Sacerdotes Casados, Ahora a fin de que podamos fortalecer
la fe cristina a contribuir al establecimiento de familias sanas centralizadas en Dios, que son
las bases de la paz social y las races del Reino de Dios en el Brasil y el mundo.
El celibato no es un dogma. Las escrituras no lo imponen. Sera incluso muy fcil. Tomamos
una pluma, firmamos un decreto, y maana todos los sacerdotes que quieran pueden
casarse." (Papa Juan XXIII - Audiencia con Etienne Gilson "Souvenir du Pre" La France
Catholique, no. 862, 7-VI-1963)

Monseor +++Emmanuel Milingo Patriarca de frica


Ex Arzobispo de Luzaca de la Iglesia Catlica Romana
Presidente de la prelatura sacerdotes casados ahora

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MONSEOR +++EMMANUEL MILINGO CON EL PAPA JUAN PABLO II


MONSEOR +++EMANUEL MILINGO CON MONSEOR +RODOLFO GONZALEZ PEREZ

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MONSEOR +++EMANUEL MILINGO CON MONSEOR +RODOLFO GONZALEZ PEREZ


Con el periodista miguel blanco 2008

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Monseor +++Emmanuel Milingo nombra a Monseor +Rodolfo Gonzlez Prez


Como PRELADO de la Prelatura Sacerdotes Casados Ahora.

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+++Emmanuel Milingo (13 de junio de 1930, Zambia) es un ex arzobispo catlico

romano emrito de Lusaka y exorcista, que fue excomulgado por el Vaticano por haber
ordenado obispos ilegtimamente, sin la autorizacin de la Iglesia catlica.
Fue educado en la escuela de Presbyterial del St. Maria en Chipata y atendi en el seminario
de Kasina y el seminario de Kachebere. Fue ordenado sacerdote en 1958, y ejerci en la
parroquia en Chipata de 1963 a 1966, cuando fund la sociedad de los ayudantes de Zambia.
Fue secretario de medios de comunicacin de la conferencia episcopal de Zambia de 1966 a
1969, cuando fund las hijas del Redeemer. El Papa Paulo VI lo consagr como Obispo de la
Archidicesis de Lusaka, capital de Zambia, donde sirvi de 1969 a 1983.
En los aos 70s, mientras que an viva en frica, el arzobispo Milingo se hizo un exorcista
de tendencia carismtica, que fue criticado para exorcizar en otras dicesis sin el permiso y
porque en vez seguir el rito de exorcismo secular oficial del Ritual romano usaba todas las
clases de rituales carismticos no aprobados y de rezos allegados al exorcismo.
En 1983 le pidieron dimitir como el arzobispo de Lusaka debido a que su ministerio curativo
no convencional, y porque conduca exorcismos fuera de la autoridad de la iglesia. Fue
enviado a El Vaticano para servir en el Consejo Pontifical para el Cuidado Pastoral de los
emigrantes e itinerantes.
En los aos 1990s el Arzobispo Milingo fue contado entre los crticos de extrema derecha de
la Iglesia institucional. Se hizo conocido en el tradicionalista y crculos sedevacantistas por un
discurso que dio en Ftima 2000 la Conferencia Internacional de la Paz Mundial, el 18-23 de
noviembre de 1996, en el cual acus que haba miembros de alto rango de la jerarqua
Catlica que protegan y/o formalmente estuvieron implicados en la adoracin de diablo. (Lo
que el Papa Pablo VI haba dicho realmente era que l senta que el humo de Satn haba
entrado en el Templo de Dios con los que ponan en duda la Autoridad de Magisterio de la
Iglesia.)
En el ao 1998 coprodujo, con el dibujante italiano Mario Verger, una historieta
autobiogrfica fijada a la msica por Lucio Dalla, con los arreglos de Ron, dados derecho
Milingo el alcohol de frica. Esto llam otra vez la atencin de los medios de comunicacin
hacia l.
Milingo tambin ha criticado a la iglesia catlica para su tolerancia de la homosexualidad y
los votos rotos del celibato entre el sacerdocio: Los asuntos y las uniones secretas, los nios
ilegtimos, la homosexualidad desenfrenada, y el sexo ilcito han acribillado al sacerdocio
hasta el punto de la Comisin de la O.N.U. en derechos humanos haya investigado la iglesia
por abuso sexual
Milingo se hizo partidario de reverendo Sun Myung Moon y su iglesia de la unificacin y en
mayo de 2001, en la edad de 71, se cas en Nueva York con Maria Sung, una acupunturista
coreana de 43 aos. Esta unin fue arreglada por el Reverendo Sun Myung Moon. Segn el
padre Gabriele Amorth, uno de los exorcistas oficiales de la dicesis de Roma, que conoca a
Emmanuel Milingo, dijo que l crey que la secta de la luna le lav el cerebro.
Despus de su unin y declaraciones que contradecan la enseanza y la disciplina de la
iglesia catlica, Milingo fue llamado de nuevo al Vaticano por el Papa Juan Pablo II. Un 7 de
agosto del 2001 se concret la entrevista.

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En una carta fechada el da 11 de agosto del 2001, Milingo admite que fueron las palabras de
Juan Pablo II, durante el encuentro que ambos mantuvieron la pasada semana en la
residencia veraniega del Papa en Castelgandolfo, las que terminaron por convencerlo a dar
el paso para la reconciliacin. 'En el nombre de Jess, regresa a la Iglesia Catlica', relata
Milingo que le pidi el Pontfice. 'Esas palabras han sido a la vez un llamamiento de mi
Iglesia Madre y una orden paternal que me ha sido dirigida para ofrecerle mi fidelidad y
obediencia a Usted que es representante de Jess en la Tierra y Jefe de la Iglesia Catlica',
seala la misiva. Milingo repasa mentalmente su vida y la vorgine a la que estuvo sometido
durante los ltimos meses. Est arrepentido de haberse casado con la coreana Maria Sung y
de haberse dejado instrumentalizar ingenuamente por la secta Moon.
En entrevistas en la televisin italiana en 2002, l dijo que l haba pasado un ao en rezo y
la meditacin penitencial en la Argentina, en el Centro Maripolis Andrea, (antigua casa de
formacin de los P. Capuchinos donada al Movimiento de los Focolares) en O'Higgins.
En noviembre de 2003 hizo un viaje a frica sobre las objeciones de los obispos catlicos all.
En 2004 y 2005 mantuvo un perfil bajo y los medios le sugirieron que viviera adentro o cerca
de Roma sin ninguna asignacin oficial en el Vaticano. El 24 de septiembre de 2006, Milingo
consagr a cuatro hombres casados como obispos . Cada uno de los cuatro demand ya ser
obispo. George Augustus Stallings, Jr. eran uno de los cuatro. Los otros eran el obispo Peter
Paul Brennan de la iglesia ortodoxa africana y de la dicesis catlica ecumnica de las
Amricas, que segn un Web site primero fue consagrado obispo el 10 de junio de 1978, y
reconsagrado posteriormente en octubre de 1979 y dos veces ms en marzo de 1987;
Arzobispo Patrick E. Trujillo de la vieja iglesia catlica en Amrica; y obispo Joseph J.
Gouthro, obispo de presidencia de la iglesia apostlica catlica internacional.
La Santa Sede habra escrito al controvertido ex Arzobispo Emmanuel Milingo pidindole que
detuviera su participacin en el grupo "Sacerdotes casados ya!" -creado por l mismo-, bajo
riesgo de enfrentar una suspensin cannica.
Segn la agencia Associated Press, el ex Arzobispo de Lusaka habra recibido una carta del
Prefecto de la Congregacin para los Obispos, solicitndole que enviara al Papa una carta de
arrepentimiento antes del 15 de octubre o de lo contrario enfrentara la "suspensin
cannica".
"Vuestro comportamiento, actividades y declaraciones pblicas durante los meses pasados
son totalmente contrarias a la obligacin de todo Obispo", habra escrito el Cardenal
Giovanni Battista Re en la carta. "En nombre de Jesucristo, os suplico reflexionar seriamente
sobre vuestro comportamiento y todas sus consecuencias".
La Santa Sede dio a conocer con fecha 26 de septiembre de 2006, la excomunin "latae
sententiae" (automtica) del ex arzobispo Milingo y los cuatro obispos por l ordenados el
domingo pasado y asegur que la Iglesia no reconoce ni reconocer tales ordenaciones y las
que de ellas deriven.
Mediante un comunicado de la Sala de Prensa de la Santa Sede, se dio a conocer que tanto
el Arzobispo Milingo como los cuatro ordenados han incurrido en la excomunin latae
sententiae, prevista por el canon 1382 del Cdigo de Derecho Cannico. Adems la Iglesia no
reconoce ni pretende reconocer en el futuro tales ordenaciones y todas las ordenaciones que
deriven de ellas, y considera que el estado cannico de los cuatro presuntos obispos es aquel
en el que se encontraban antes de la ordenacin.

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El comunicado afirma que la Santa Sede ha seguido con viva atencin la actividad puesta en
marcha recientemente por Su Excelencia Reverendsima Mons. Emmanuel Milingo,
Arzobispo emrito de Lusaka, con una nueva Asociacin de sacerdotes casados, sembrando
divisin y desconcierto entre los fieles.
Asimismo constata que exponentes de varios niveles de la Iglesia han buscado vanamente
contactar al Arzobispo Milingo, para disuadirlo del proseguir en acciones que provocan
escndalo, sobre todo en relacin a los fieles que han seguido su ministerio pastoral a favor
de los pobres y los enfermos.
Ms adelante se lee en el documento: Tomando en cuenta la compresin manifestada,
tambin recientemente, del Sucesor de Pedro hacia este anciano Pastor de la Iglesia, la Santa
Sede ha esperado con vigilante paciencia el desarrollo de los eventos, los cuales,
lamentablemente, han conducido al Arzobispo Milingo a una condicin de irregularidad y de
progresiva y abierta ruptura de la comunin con la Iglesia, primero con el matrimonio y
despus con la ordenacin de cuatro obispos el domingo 24 de septiembre en Washington
D.C..
Tambin se lee en el texto que la Sede Apostlica, solcita como es de la unidad y de la paz
del rebao de Cristo, haba esperado en la accin fraterna de personas cercanas al Arzobispo
Milingo, para su reflexin y para su retorno a la plena comunin con el Papa.
Lamentablemente los ltimos desarrollos han alejado tales esperanzas.
El comunicado termina exhortando a que en momentos de sufrimiento eclesial como este,
se intensifique la oracin de toda la comunidad de los fieles.

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DOCUMENTOS HISTORICOS

Bulla de Consagracin de +Joseph Rene Vilatte, Mar Timotheos

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Carta de Ordenacin de Monseor Vilatett a un Clrigo

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Documento de Monseor +Wallace David de Ortega Maxey

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Bulla de Consagracin de Monseor Nils Bertil Alexander Persson


IGLESIA CATOLICA ORTODXA OCCIDENTAL EN AMERICA

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Carta Bulla Fundacional de la Iglesia Catlica Liberal


Fue en el 1917 pero se ratific con el cambio de nombre en el 1919

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Aprobado para su difusin solo en el mbito eclesistico. Todos los derechos reservados.
Iglesia Catlica Liberal Occidental