Bishop Daniel Dolan Has Announced that He Will Consecrate A New Traditional Bishop for Mexico and South America

September 6, 2021 – Ferial Day – Independent Catholic Traditional Bishop Will Consecrate A New Traditional Bishop for Mexico and South America

From: The TRADITIO Fathers
Traditional Catholic Bishop Daniel Dolan Has Announced that He Will ConsecratemA New Traditional Bishop for Mexico and South America The New Bishop, Fr. Rodrigo da Silva Be Consecrated on September 29, 2021 The Feast of St. Michael the Archangel Since 1968 the Newchurch of the New Order No Longer Consecrates Bishops But Merely “Installs” Them with a Protestant Ordinal Become No More Valid than Protestant Bishops

Independent Traditional Catholic bishop Daniel Dolan has announced that he will be consecrating Brazilian Fr. Rodrigo da Silva as a Traditional Catholic bishop for Mexico and South America. The consecration will take place on the Feast of St. Michael the Archangel, September 29, 2021, at St. Gertrude the Great Church in West Chester, Ohio. Bishop Dolan is one of several Traditional Catholic bishops who function in the United States to preserve the Apostolic Succession.

The Newchurch of the New Order since 1968 no longer consecrates bishops in the Sacrament of Holy Orders. In that year it adopted a New Ordinal, based on Protestant models, which merely “installs” (Newchurch’s own word) Newbishops in an invalid (fake) ceremony, similar to that used for Protestant “bishops.” As Newchurch bishops are invalid (fake), they cannot ordain, but merely “install” (Newchurch’s own word) presbyters (Newchurch’s own word), who are as powerless as Protestant ministers to offer Mass or confect the Most Blessed Sacrament.

The new Traditional Catholic Bishop will be headquartered in Brazil and the St. Joseph Seminary that he heads.