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 Emmanuel Milingo

Thursday December 17, 2009
Catholic ChurchEmmanuel Milingo:
Emmanuel Milingo The Vatican announced Thursday the dismissal from the clerical state of rebel priest Emmanuel Milingo who in 2001 broke his celibacy vow by marrying a Korean woman — via the Moonies cult — and who was excommunicated from the Catholic Church in 2006 when he ordained bishops without papal consent.

The participation of the faithful ‘in any future celebrations organized by Archbishop Emmanuel Milingo is to be considered unlawful,’ the Vatican added.

Monday June 2, 2008
Emmanuel Milingo:
The 77-year-old prelate has urged priests who have been excommunicated from the Roman Catholic Church to join him and start serving the people.

Saturday January 19, 2008
Catholic ChurchEmmanuel MilingoUnification Church:
Archbishop Milingo was excommunicated for marrying and for attempting to ordain four married Catholic priests as bishops in the United States.

Saturday January 12, 2008
Emmanuel Milingo:
A renegate, excommunicated ‘archbishop’ who is in bed with the Unification Church — theologically a cult of Christianity — is back in Rome to campaign for his Married Priests Now movement.

Friday December 28, 2007
Catholic Apostolic National Church of ZambiaEmmanuel Milingo:
An African cleric with ties to the excommunicated Archbishop Emmanuel Milingo has announced the formation of a new sect, known as the Catholic Apostolic National Church of Zambia.

Tuesday October 16, 2007
Emmanuel Milingo:
Archbishop Emmanuel Milingo, who was excommunicated in September 2006, has had his Vatican passport revoked.

Thursday August 9, 2007
Emmanuel Milingo:
After what they described as years of soul searching, reflection, anguish and intimidation some married priests in Zambia mainly from the Catholic Church have decided to come out in the open and begin conducting mass under the auspices of the Movement for Married Priests.

Sunday April 1, 2007
Emmanuel Milingo:
Emmanuel Milingo — whose 2001 marriage to a woman chosen by the Rev. Sun Myung Moon scandalized the Roman Catholic Church — celebrated the Brazilian couple’s wedding ceremony Saturday night in a small chapel in Brasilia.

Saturday March 10, 2007
Emmanuel MilingoUnification Church:
When Archbishop Emmanuel Milingo rejoined the wife chosen for him by the Rev. Sun Myung Moon, the Catholic Church excommunicated him. But Milingo says it’s all part of a divine plan.

Thursday February 1, 2007
Emmanuel MilingoUnification Church:
Former Roman Catholic Archbishop Emmanuel Milingo, a resident of Zambia that shocked the world by getting married – an act against church doctrine – has been secretly staying in Seoul to study the religion of the Unification Church, founded by the controversial Reverend Sun-myung Moon.

Monday December 11, 2006
Catholic ChurchEmmanuel MilingoUnification Church:
An excommunicated Roman Catholic archbishop continued his defiance of the Vatican on Sunday when he ordained two married men as priests.

Sunday December 10, 2006
Catholic ChurchEmmanuel MilingoUnification Church:
A renegade Roman Catholic archbishop who was excommunicated by the Vatican after he installed married priests as bishops acknowledged Saturday that South Korean evangelist Rev. Sun Myung Moon is supporting his crusade against mandatory celibacy.

Thursday December 7, 2006
Catholic ChurchEmmanuel Milingo:
Some groups that support the end of mandatory celibacy for Roman Catholic priests reject Married Priests Now, the organization formed by Emmanuel Milingo, due to ties to the Unification Church.

Catholic ChurchEmmanuel Milingo:
A Roman Catholic Archbishop from Zambia with a colorful history of rousing the Vatican and ties to the Rev. Sun Myung Moon, will once again annoy his bosses this Sunday when he ordains three married men as priests at a church in West New York.

Wednesday November 29, 2006
Emmanuel Milingo:
A Roman Catholic archbishop from Africa, excommunicated for installing four married clergy as bishops, said Tuesday he will ordain more married clerics in his crusade against celibacy despite the Vatican’s opposition.

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