Three minutes and twenty three seconds. This is the length of the recorded Sermon from this morning's Mass. It will be available on YouTube shortly.
Bishop Ambrose, also known as Father Moran, or the Purple Poser in some circles, said Mass this morning for the seminarians. After Mass, he joined the seminarians at breakfast. He left for the airport not long after.
I regret not having more time to speak with him, and not having enough time to ask some of the questions I have received and have seen on various forums.
While I have seen the documents sent by the Toronto Eparchy, and the photographs, I must continue my research. The Eparchy has apparently released a letter that contradicts their archive's information. My work is far from over. Any contradictory information should be analyzed carefully, and weighed against all other data.
It is important to keep personal bias out at all times. To do otherwise would be a detriment to the resistance as a whole. The truth must be represented in whole, without corruption or interpretation.
I interpreted the documents from the Eparchy as concrete evidence, that these documents proved the veracity of Ambrose's ordination and incardination. Typically, certificates and documents such as these are fairly solid proof. This case, however, calls for further scrutiny, due to the allegations made against Ambrose.
This must wait until Monday, for tomorrow is a Sunday, and a feast day.
Sometimes, it is good to be a doubting Thomas. One must not take everything at face value. I hope to get some answers this week.
The seminary is quiet, and all have gone to bed. It has been a busy week for everyone. This is a good bunch of seminarians, and they will do well this year. I hope they will continue to receive the support and encouragement to follow the will of God, whatever this may be.