And the truth shall set you free…

Sir Walter Scott’s famous couplet reminds us of what not to do: “Oh, what a tangled web we weave, when first we practice to deceive!” What can one do after having lied once, but weave ten more lies to cover up the one? But Jesus said: Know ye the truth and the truth shall set you free.
That being said, this launches my very first blog in the Holy Catholic Church Anglican Rite and the Diocese of the Holy Trinity and Great Plains, of course with God’s help. The HCC-AR is a part of the Albert Chambers succession. No one can disclaim, disprove, or deny it (although some recently have tried). The HCC-AR has a college of bishops as its governing body, with diocesan jurisdictions in place, rather than being ruled by a single bishop. The HCC-AR has apostolic canons and constitutions by which it is governed and is led by the counsel of bishops who care for the greater glory of God and salvation of souls. HCC-AR follows the seven ecumenical councils of the undivided church, the seven sacraments, biblical, sacramental and apostolic tradition in the orthodox Anglican way. HCC-AR’s faithful are focused on worshipping the Lord in Spirit and in Truth. In this context, I have chosen to commit myself to the people and continue my work and mission.
I did not become a priest overnight. Left home when 14, six years of minor seminary, ten solid years of formation (philosophy and theology and the praxis in the ministry ) thanks to my religious order and 17 years of fruitful ministry as a priest. But as Joshua said, “As for me and my household we will serve the Lord.” This will be our passion, this will be our goal. My life is based on only two fears: fear of the Lord and of my conscience. These are the two entities that I will ultimately face on the day of judgment. Until that day, you will continue to see my relentless work for His Kingdom and my tending His sheep.
Anyone who would like to walk in this path is welcome to join in. As the Lord said, a tree will be known by its fruits. And thanks be to God, for using me as His instrument for His purpose.

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