Fr. Angelo “Jesus was a sinner” Veraldi is back. Back to Taiwan, if not Guam.
You may remember Fr. Veraldi’s now infamous lecture to our diaconate candidates on March 15, 2014. If not, listen to the very brief audio clip below to refresh your memory.
We learned of Fr. Veraldi’s foray into Taiwan through a recent article on the website of the Italian Bresciaoggi magazine. There we discovered that he’s 84 years old, from Passirano, which is a community in the province of Brescia, in Lombardy, Italy, and that he had plans to embark on a trip to Taiwan to help the mission of the Neocatechumenal Way there.
I wonder if the bishop in Taiwan knows what he’s teaching.
And then there is Jesus Christ inside, inside of the psalms. Psalms must be referred to, to Jesus Christ. Its a pre-fig-ur-ation. He experienced, he experienced the psalms before our, ourself. Before me and before you, Jesus Christ experienced the psalm. He experienced the love of God, the Father. He experienced the forgiveness of the Father, because he was a sinner. He became a sinner. Willing, not because he was imposed, because he was a sinner, willingly, willing a sinner.
More of the clip may be heard here.
3 thoughts on “Fr. Angelo Veraldi is back!”
Veraldi is referring to the fact that the Psalms are Christological, that is, we can see Christ’s life and especially his Passion, in them. But in Kiko-ism, we see half truths, that is, truth joined with lies.
In this case, Veraldi is seeing Christ in the penitential psalms, but what he is forgetting is that the psalms are also Davidic. We see David’s life in them. For example, take Psalm 51, which Jewish and Christian tradition attaches to David’s repentance after being confronted by the prophet Nathan over his treacherous killing of Uriah the Hittite in order to have sex with Bathsheba:
“For I know my transgressions,
and my sin is ever before me.
Against thee, thee only, have I sinned,
and done that which is evil in thy sight..” Psalm 51:3-4
Jesus didn’t pray that.
Bonjour les gens angelo veraldi a un bon coeur. Ils aident les gens qui n’ont pas moyens comme moi. Je leur souhaite long vie beaucoup de santé la paix de dieu. Ciao…
I do not doubt that Fr. Veraldi has a good heart. Unfortunately, he scandalized the diaconate candidates in this instance. And if the problem is his unfamiliarity with the English language, then he should teach in his native language.