A note from Fr. Chazal, via chrstnoel1 (SINGAPORE posted on Cathinfo)
Posted on February 28, 2013 at 3:25 PM
Fr. Chazal is doing well. He was at my place on Monday and did 3 videos. 2 in Frecnh for IDS to post in France, and 1 in English 'Against 5 'X's The Rumours, which is in my youtube account.
Fr. also gave 3 sermons ( 2 have been posted in Youtube). The other is in the process. Also I have to upload another 4 sermons he gave in various Mass centers in the Philippines. There is one of Bishop Williamson during the Priests retreat in December.
What is happening now is that, there are resistance in Australia, New Zealand and India in contact with Fr. Chazal. So Fr. is preparing to visit these places. He was exicted that his visa to India was approved and will be going there perhaps next month. Also, there is a neo-SSPX priest who has shown favourable signs in joining the resistance. Fr. Chazal said that it would be a great help if this priest join him as he(the Indian priest) can cover the Singapore/Malaysia/Philippines circuit while Fr. Chazal does the Korea/Australia/NewZealand circuit. God willing, we may have another neo-SSPX priest from France who is enquiring to join Fr. Chazal in his Asian Mission.
FR. CHAZAL Mass Schedule for March.
Friday 1st till Thursday 7th - Seoul 7pm Mass (Sunday : 10.30 am)
Friday 8th - Manila (Philippines) : 4 pm
Sat 9th - Manila : 9 am
SUN 10th - Manila : 9 am
SUN 10th - Iloilo (Philippines) : 6 pm
Mon 11th - Iloilo : 8.30 am
Tue 12th - Iloilo : 8.30 am
Wed 13th - Cebu (Philippines) : 6 pm
Thus 14th - Dagohoy :
Romeo's Home, Near the Catholic Church 0947 782 4917; 09993553257
Fri 15th - Bohol
Sat 16th - Bohol
SUN 17th - Dagohoy : 7.30 am
SUN 17th - Maasin (Philippines) : 6 pm
Mon 18th - Maasin : 7 am Santa Cruz : 6 pm
Tue 19th - Santa Cruz : 7.30 am
Contact: Mary for KL @ 60126515975 or 660289257018
Wed 20th - Oritoc-Cebu/Tagbilkran KL:
Thur 21st - Cebu, KL:
Fri 22nd - KL, Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) :
Sat 23rd - KL, Kuala Lumpur :
SUN 24th - Kuala Lumpur : 10 am
Noel Danker; Cell: 6591641929; Home: 6563436167 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
SUN 24th - Singapore : 6pm
Mon 25th - Singapore : 9 am
Tue 26th - Kuala Lumpur
Wed 27th - Cebu
Thur 28th - Maasin
Fri 29th - Maasin (GOOD FRIDAY)
Sat 30th - Oritoc/Cebu - Seoul : MIDNIGHT MASS
SUN 31st - Seoul (S Korea) : 10.30 am
NOTA BENE :
* Mass in Tokyo, Japan, everyday. Call Fr. Nariai (0081)338827723
* If India & Australia calls, I will do my best to maintain the first three Sundays,
but it might be difficult.
* If Bishop Williamson consecrates a Bishop(s), I will have to excuse myself to attend AND I ask those who can, to come with me.
* My postal address/residence is Seoul(contact Noel), but it may change as soon as a priest joins the Resistance in Asia, for I would be obliged to reside with him.
H.E. BISHOP WILLIAMSON Asian Confirmation Run.
Here is an advance schedule so you can prepare better (List of confirmands, catechism, practicaliities, ets.)
As you requested, here is what I propose and submit to you, for the assistance of the resistance areas of Asia.
24th of May, Friday; arrive in Seoul, S Korea
25th of May, Saturday; rest in Seoul, S Korea
26th of May, SUNDAY; Confirmation in our chapel at 10.30, followed by lunch, followed by a one hour conference.
27th of May, Monday; flight to Manila, low Mass, just visiting.
28th of May, Tuesady; stay in Manila.
29th of May, Wednesady; flight to Tagnilaran, Bohol, overland journey to Dagohoy.
30th of May, Thursday; confirmation in Dagohoy, small numbers, low Mass, I reckon.
31st of May, Friday; journey to Maasin, Leyte, by roro(charming little boat, easy to sink).
1st of June, Saturday; rest in Maasin or visit the mountain village of Santa Cruz.
2nd of June, SUNDAY; Feast of Corpus Christi and big parish fiesta and confirmation in Maasin (pas de promenade en char a boeufs, heias...)
3rd of June, Monday; journey to Cebu to catch a flight to Malaysia.
4th of June, Tuesday; confirmation in Malaysia.
5th of June, Wednesday; visit in Singapore.
6th of June, Thursday; return trip.
That's all I have of Fr. Chazal's 'Asian Mision'.