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Sucesión Apostólica del Papa Alejandro IX

 


LINAJE EPISCOPAL DE SU SANTIDAD ALEJANDRO IX

 

Las ordenes de Su Santidad León XIV, de Feliz Memoria, fueron conferidas por Mons. Maurice Adolphe Georges Cantor entre el 20 y el 24 de marzo del año 2005 en Francia. Recientemente, la Iglesia Santa María (cismática) ha negado haber consagrado a Monseñor Oscar de la Compasión, lo cual fue desmentido por el fallecido Papa, sabiendo que esto podría ocurrir, León XIV solicitó las ordenes sub conditione a sus electores, las cuales fueron administradas tambieén a los obispos por él ordenados.

Su Santidad El Papa Alejandro IX felizmente reintante declaró que si bien las ordenes de Monseñor Cantor tuvieron efecto, ya que fueron dadas de forma válida, colocarlas aquí era un perjuicio grave a la Iglesia, toda vez que él miente diciendo que no se recibió de él ninguna ordenación ni consagración. Es por eso que decidimos no colocar aquí su linaje episcopal.

Además, ante cierta confusión, aclaramos por pedido de Su Santidad Alejandro IX que las Consagraciones (y ordenaciones sub conditione) ocurridas tras la elección del 24 de marzo del año 2008, fueron realizadas por S.E.R Monseñor Raphaël Cloquell, S.E.R Monseñor John William Blackhill y S.E.R Monseñor Raúl Francisco Tejada, y para que no quedara ninguna duda, los tres repitieron las palabras substanciales sub conditione sobre los miembros obispos de la Orden de Nuestra Señora de la Compasión. Por consiguiente, la sucesión apostólica es perfecta en la Iglesia Remanente.

 

Apostolic Succession from The Latin-Rite Catholic Church , and the Église Catholique Latine Traditionelle (Thuc linage)

      

      

      

Michel Louis Guérard des Lauriers, Consecrated a bishop for the Latin-Rite Catholic Church on 05/07/1981 at Toulon, France, by Msgr. Ngo Dinh Thuc Pierre Martin, Titular Archbishop of Bulla Regia. Bishop des Lauriers consecrated to the Sacred Episcopate:

Robert Fidelis McKenna, consecrated a bishop on 08/22/1986 at Raveau, France, by Michel Louis Guérard des Lauriers, a bishop of the Latin-Rite Catholic Church. Bishop McKenna consecrated to the Sacred Episcopate:

      

Oliver Oravec, consecrated a bishop on 10/21/1988 at Monroe, Connecticut, by Robert Fidelis McKenna, a bishop of the Catholic Alliance. Bishop Oravec consecrated to the Sacred Episcopate:

      

Raphaël Cloquell, on 07/05/1987 as Bishop of The Église Catholique Latine Traditionelle. Bishop Cloquell consecrated sub conditione to the Sacred Episcopate:

      

Mons. Alejandro de la Compasión, Pope Alexander XIV, of Roman Catholic Apostolic Church.     

      

      

Apostolic Succession from “The Church of Armenia”:

      

Gregory Petros VIII, Catholicos-Patriarch of Cilicia of The Armenians, consecrated to the Sacred Episcopate:

      

Leon Chorchorunian on 7 April 1861 A.D. as Titular Archbishop of Malatia. Archbishop Chorchorunian consecrated to the Sacred Episcopate:

      

Leon Chechemian on 23 April 1879 A.D. as "a Bishop at Malatia, Asia Minor". Bishop Chechemian consecrated to the Sacred Episcopate:

      

James Martin on 2 November 1890 A.D. as Archbishop of Caerleon-upon-Usk. Archbishop Martin consecrated to the Sacred Episcopate:

      

Benjamin Charles Harris on 25 July 1915 A.D. as Bishop of Essex. Bishop Harris consecrated to the Sacred Episcopate:

      

Charles Leslie Saul on 17 November 1944 A.D. at St. Paul's Church, Outwood, near Radcliffe, Manchester, England. On 8 September 1945 A.D. Bishop Saul was given the title and position of Archbishop of Suthronia in the Eparchy of All the Britons. Archbishop Saul consecrated s.c. to the sacred Episcopate:

      

Herman Philippus Abbinga on 28 November 1946 A.D. as Missionary Bishop for Holland and Indonesia, assisting Mar Georgius of the Catholic Apostolic Church and Bishop Richard Kenneth Hurgon of The Order of Christ Our Most Holy Redeemer and King. Bishop Abbinga consecrated s.c. to the Sacred Episcopate:

      

Perry Nikolaus Cedarholm on 31 May 1953 A.D. in Oslo, Norway, as Bishop of Scandinavia for The Apostolic Episcopal Church. Bishop Cedarholm consecrated to the Sacred Episcopate:

      

Nils Bertil Alexander Persson on 12 December 1971 A.D. with the title of Mar Alexander, Titular Bishop of Smyrna. Bishop Persson is Director of St. Ephrem's Institute for Eastern Christianity Studies (founded in 1896 A.D.). He was enthroned as Primate of The Apostolic Episcopal Church on 7 November 1986 A.D. Archbishop Persson consecrated to the Sacred Episcopate:

      

John William Blackhill on 15 May 1997 A.D as Bishop of The Apostolic

Episcopal Church. Later make an abjuration of error and enter of the Roman Catholic Church as como Bishop sedevacantist. Bishop Blackhill consecrated sub conditione to the Sacred Episcopate:

      

Mons. Alejandro de la Compasión, Pope Alexander XIV, of Roman Catholic Apostolic Church.

      

      

      

Apostolic Succession from The Syrian Patriarchate of Antioch and All the Domains of the Apostolic Throne

      

Moran Mar Ignatius Yacob II (Ighnatiyus Ya'qub II), Patriarch of Antioch and All The East, consecrated to the Sacred Episcopate:

      

Joseph Mar Dionysios V (Joseph Pulikottil, 1832 - 7/11/1909), as Metropolitan of the Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church on 12 February 1865 in Omeed (Deyarbekir), Turkey. He took the ecclesiastical name of Joseph Mar Dionysios V. Mar Dionysios consecrated to the Sacred Episcopate:

      

Mar Julius I (Antonio Francisco Xavier Alvarez, 1837-1923), in the chapel of the Syrian seminary in Kottayam as Archbishop of Ceylon, Goa and India on 29 July 1889, assisted by Paulose Mar Athanasius (Paulose Kadavil Kooran), Paulose Mar Ivanios (Paulose Murimatton), and Geevarghese Mar Gregorios (Geevarghese Pallathitta Chaturuthil), all Bishops of The Malankar Orthodox Syrian Church. He took the ecclesiastical name of Mar Julius I. Mar Julius consecrated to the Sacred Episcopate:

      

Mar Timotheus I (Joseph Rene Vilatte, 1/24/1854 - 7/8/1929), in Ceylon (nor Sri Lanka) as Archbishop-Exarch of North America for The American Catholic Church on 29 May 1892, assisted by Paulose Mar Athanasius (Paulose Kadavil Kooran) and Geevarghese Mar Gregorios (Geevarghese Pallathitta Chaturuthil), Bishops of The Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church, in accordance with the Patriarchal Bull of Moran Mor Ignatius Peter III dated 29 December 1891 at Mardin. Mar Timotheus I consecrated to the Sacred Episcopate:

      

Mar Francis (John Barwell Walker, aka Edmund Basile Walker-Baxter, 10/25/1881 - 4/2/1963) on 1 June 1923, taking the ecclesiastical nameFrancis. He succeeded Mar Timotheus (Vilatte) on 25 June 1923 as Grand Master of The Order of The Crown of Thorns, taking the title of Prince Edmond de San Luigi, Edmond I. On 1 January 1946 he was consecrated by Antoine Joseph Aneed (Byzantine Universal {Catholic} and Orthodox Church of the Americas), assisted by Bishop Henry Joseph Kleefisch and Bishop Charles H. Hampton, and assigned as Titular Bishop of Caesarea. Mar Francis consecrated s.c. to the Sacred Episcopate:

      

Emile Federico Rodriguez y Fairfield (7/3/1912 - ?), for the Byzantine

Universal (Catholic) and Orthodox Church of the Americas sub conditione on 24 August 1961. Archbishop Emile, Iglesia Catolica Apostolica Mexicana, consecrated to the Sacred Episcopate:

      

Raúl Francisco Tejada, on 17 August 1989 as Bishop of The Latin Catholic Chruch. Bishop Tejada consecrated sub conditione to the Sacred Episcopate:       

 

Mons. Alejandro de la Compasión, Pope Alexander XIV, of Roman Catholic Apostolic Church.

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