KIND ATTENTION: MOST REV. BERNARD MORAS, ARCHBISHOP OF BANGALORE

 



NEW WEBSITE: www.ephesians-511.net 06 AUGUST 2007. UPDATED DECEMBER 2009

 

KIND ATTENTION: MOST REV. BERNARD MORAS, ARCHBISHOP OF BANGALORE

 

SUBJECT: UNANSWERED LETTERS FROM THIS MINISTRY TO HIS GRACE, MOST REV. BERNARD MORAS, ARCHBISHOP OF BANGALORE, FROM OCTOBER 2006 TO AUGUST 2007

 

1. MY EMAIL OF JUNE 25, 2007

From:
prabhu
To:

bgarchdi@bgl.vsnl.net.in; bgarchdi@vsnl.com

Cc:
Archbishop’s House ; abpossie@sancharnet.in ; abpossie@redifmail.com ; Agnelo R. Gracias ; Percival Fernandez ;
bishopap@sancharnet.in
; archbpgoa@gmail.com ; Diocesan Centre for Social Communications Media – Goa ; valdsouz@vsnl.com ; punedioc@vsnl.com ; cyriljohn@vsnl.net ; nco
Sent: Monday, June 25, 2007 12:07 PM

KIND ATTENTION: MOST REV. BERNARD MORAS, ARCHBISHOP OF BANGALORE

Subject: BRO. JOHNSON SEQUEIRA OF MUMBAI CONDUCTING MINISTRY IN BANGALORE

Dear Archbishop Bernard,

This is further to my several recent letters to you regarding Pastor Anthony Samuel of Secunderabad leaving the Catholic Church and founding his own ‘church’.

I was informed by concerned charismatic Catholics from Bangalore that Bro. Johnson Sequeira of Mumbai has ministered in Bangalore to at least two groups earlier this month.

Several senior leaders in the Catholic Charismatic Renewal in Mumbai, Mangalore and Goa shared with me their observations regarding Br. Johnson.

 
 

The main areas of concern are:

1. Simulation of the Pentecostal ministry of televangelists with more emphasis on the ‘anointing’ [“fire on you”] and being ‘slain in the spirit’; great emphasis on phenomena;

2. Preaching of the ‘Prosperity Gospel’, again as by televangelists.

There is little or no emphasis on the Gospel of suffering.

3. Teaching of ‘word of faith’ and ‘affirmation’ techniques as a consequence of the above:

The ‘name-it, claim it’ doctrine based on a literal interpretation of certain Bible verses;

the use of repetitive affirmations such as “I am healed” etc. in connection with health, financial and other problems.

These techniques conform to faith in faith and faith in oneself more than to faith in God.

There is little or no emphasis on the place of God’s will in one’s life.

The great danger here is that Catholics who do not find themselves prospered or healed will be ridden with guilt and doubts about the positiveness and sufficiency of their ‘faith’.

His Pentecostal tendencies are much more pronounced when he ministers to small home groups or to individuals, when no senior Renewal leader or priest is present, as was personally observed by me.

4. Non submission to episcopal/Church authority:

This was informed to me by CCR leaders and also by Bishop Bosco Penha of Bombay Archdiocese who said that Bro. Johnson stands banned from preaching in Bombay. The Bishop kindly gave me permission to quote him on this. He also referred to the issues that I mentioned earlier.

 
 

Bro. Johnson’s next programme in Bangalore is at Nirmala School, Lingarajapuram, June 30/July 1.

I submit this information to you for your necessary action.

Yours obediently, Michael Prabhu Metamorphose Catholic Ministries, Chennai www.ephesians-511.net

Cc: Bishops of Bombay [Bishop Bosco’s email address not available], Mangalore and Goa, to the Bishop of Poona, Episcopal Advisor to the CCR, and to the Chairman, CCR, and the National Charismatic Office.

Bcc: To the national and regional CCR leaders concerned.

PS: I will be in Bangalore from July 4 to July 7. Would you be so kind as to give me an appointment with you at any time of your convenience during that period?

 

 

 

REMINDER: From:
prabhu
To:
Archdiocese of Bangalore ; bgarchdi
Sent: Saturday, June 30, 2007 12:56 PM

Subject: BRO. JOHNSON SEQUEIRA OF MUMBAI CONDUCTING MINISTRY IN BANGALORE

REMINDER, PLEASE

REMINDER: From:
prabhu
To:
Archdiocese of Bangalore ; bgarchdi
Sent: Monday, July 02, 2007 10:27 AM

Subject: REQUEST FOR MEETING WITH REVEREND ARCHBISHOP

REQUEST FOR MEETING WITH REVEREND ARCHBISHOP…

 

2. MY EMAIL OF JUNE 21, 2007

From:
prabhu
To:
bgarchdi@bgl.vsnl.net.in; bgarchdi@vsnl.com
Cc:
punedioc@vsnl.com ; valdsouz@vsnl.com ; cyriljohn@vsnl.net ; nco
Sent: Thursday, June 21, 2007 3:21 PM

KIND ATTENTION: MOST REV. BERNARD MORAS, ARCHBISHOP OF BANGALORE

Subject:
PASTOR ANTHONY SAMUEL OF SECUNDERABAD ACTIVE IN BANGALORE

Dear Archbishop Bernard,

With reference to my letter to you dated June 7, reproduced below, I submit to you herewith the completed report as an attachment for your consideration and necessary action please, especially since Pentecostal Pastor Anthony Samuel of the Adonai’s Bride church, Secunderabad has been ministering in Bangalore.

In this email today [June 21], I am also reproducing further below six other letters [and three follow-ups] which I have written to you on important issues during the last three months, and to which I have not received your kind acknowledgement.

Yours obediently, Michael Prabhu, METAMORPHOSE CATHOLIC MINISTRIES, Chennai

 

3.
MY EMAIL OF JUNE 07, 2007

From:
prabhu
To:

bgarchdi@bgl.vsnl.net.in ; bgarchdi@vsnl.com
Sent:
Thursday, June 07, 2007 8:07 AM

KIND ATTENTION: MOST REV. BERNARD MORAS, ARCHBISHOP OF BANGALORE

Subject:
POSSIBILITY OF A GROUP OF CATHOLICS LEAVING THE CHURCH IN BANGALORE

Dear Archbishop Bernard,

I came to hear from my Catholic friends in Hyderabad archdiocese that Anthony Samuel of “Reach Out To India” [ROTI], Sainikpuri, Secunderabad, has now officially left the Church and started his own Pentecostal “church”.

He has named his “church” as “ADONAI’S BRIDE”. 

I am preparing a report for the National Service Team of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal based on a letter I wrote about 4 years ago, warning them that even at that time Anthony Samuel was already a Pentecostal, infiltrating Catholic circles through his retreats in parishes, prayer groups, seminaries [e.g. St. John’s Regional Seminary, Kondababa, A.P.] and convents [several of the centres run by the Loreto sisters]. I became aware of his real identity as a Pentecostal towards the end of a 10-day programme that I was invited to give his team at his residence in Sainikpuri in late 2002.

However, my caution was ignored, and he continued to receive invitations even till very recently from regional service teams of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal and from groups associated with them, even after my personally meeting and appraising the regional Chairmen and some leaders of those groups four years ago. My early warnings were ignored by all, without exception.

It is my great regret that it did not cross my mind to bring this to your attention at that time itself.

I had met Fr. Christuraj James SVD [Chairman of the Andhra Pradesh Service Team] in Divine Word Centre, Muthangi recently, and when I had informed him that Anthony Samuel, while already a Pentecostal was still preaching in Catholic charismatic circles, Fr. Christuraj was quite shocked as no one had made him aware of this.

However, I am aware that many Catholics in ministry were associated with Anthony Samuel, and have long been aware of his true disposition, but due to their close friendship with him, made no attempt to report him or prevent him from being used by Catholics.

Anthony Samuel has strong connections in Bangalore with a group of Catholics, some of whom might be influenced to follow him out of the Church, according to confidential information received by me. 

I have also just been informed that Anthony Samuel is distributing free-of-cost CD ROMs with his teachings against the Church, and they are reaching the homes of many Catholics in Secunderabad. I have just got possession of a copy of the same and I hope to be able to send you a complete report in a few days.

Yours obediently, Michael Prabhu Metamorphose Catholic Ministries, Chennai

Cc: Mr. Cyril John, DELHI, Sr. Serena MSA., AJMER, Mr. Joe Nayak, SECUNDERABAD, as discussed with you all

 
 

4.
MY EMAIL OF MAY 29, 2007

From:
michaelprabhu@vsnl.net
To:
bgarchdi@bgl.vsnl.net.in; bgarchdi@vsnl.com
Sent: Tuesday, May 29, 2007 4:50 PM

Subject:
SRI SRI RAVI SHANKAR’S “ART OF LIVING” PROGRAMME IN “ASHIRVAD”

KIND ATTENTION: MOST REV. BERNARD MORAS, ARCHBISHOP OF BANGALORE

Dear Archbishop Bernard,

 

I am shocked to learn from very concerned Bangaloreans that Ms. Hema of the Art of Living Foundation is conducting New Age guru Sri Sri Ravi Shankar’s Art of Living Course at “Ashirvad”, a Catholic institution in Bangalore, beginning today, 29th May, 2007 [evening] and going up to June 3. I contacted their co-ordinator Mr. Saurav [98457 02929] and was informed that upto 25 persons have registered themselves already. The course fee is Rs. 1,000.00.

 
 

On May 14, 2005, the CMI Fathers permitted a similar programme to be conducted by the AOL at Dharmaram College in Bangalore, in your archdiocese. [On August 15, 2006, the Pranic Healing foundation of Karnataka held a programme conducted by Pranic Healing founder Grand Master Choa Kok Sui at Christ College, again in Bangalore*. On December 14, 2000, the world’s leading Reiki healing protagonist conducted an occult Reiki session at Ashirvad. There are several more which I shall not list here.] *My letter dt. August 12, 2006 to the Archbishop did not elicit a response; see separate report

It is shocking that Catholic institutions are lending their premises towards being used for the propagation of New Age and occult philosophies and practices that are inimical to Biblical revelation and to the Catholic Faith. Probably it is for monetary considerations.

Should we not keep in mind the words, the action- and the indignant anger- of Jesus, in Matthew 21:13, “My house shall be a house of prayer, but you are making it a den of thieves”?

 
 

At the National Biblical, Catechetical and Liturgical Centre [NBCLC], Fr. Ronnie Prabhu SJ., Fr. Thomas D’Sa, Director-NBCLC, Sr. Victorine, Carmelite Superior General and others “honoured HH Sri Sri Ravi Shankar” on Saturday April 1, 2006.

On October 1, 2006, John Osborne of the AOL Foundation wrote to me, “I can tell you that during our recent 25th Silver Anniversary Celebrations in Bangalore, both the Archbishop of Bangalore and the Archbishop of Delhi were on the stage as part of the celebration.” On receiving that letter, I wrote to you on October 3, with reminders on October 5, 7 and 8, informing you of the erroneous teachings of Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, and asking for an acknowledgement from you. However, you failed to respond.

I now invite you to visit this ministry’s website,
www.ephesians-511.net , wherein you will find my detailed analysis of this New Age guru’s anti-Christian philosophies, teachings and practices, as well as the copies of my unanswered letters to you.

 
 

At this website, you will also find my intensively researched articles on Reiki and Pranic Healing, on Yoga and the Martial Arts, etc., all of which New Age practices are being conducted on the premises of Catholic institutions in your archdiocese. It is my prayer and hope that you will not reject the concern of the laity [the CCBI has declared 2007 as the year of the Laity] and that you will initiate episcopal action to ensure that Catholic premises are not given on hire for such programmes.

Yours faithfully, Michael Prabhu Metamorphose Catholic Ministries, Chennai.

 
 

5. MY EMAIL OF MAY 28, 2007

From:
prabhu
To: 
bgarchdi@bgl.vsvl.net.inbgarchdi@vsnl.com ; Sent: Monday, May 28, 2007 4:42 PM

Cc:
petermachado@hotmail.com ; bphousebly@hotmail.com ; bishoplw@hotmail.com ; bishopckm@yahoo.co.in ; bprmgulbarga@sancharnet.in ; bishopkwr@sancharnet.in ; bishmysore@rediffmail.com ; bhouse@sancharnet.in ;
Philip Franklyn Dsouza ; frfranklin1999@yahoo.com ; frfranklin1973@yahoo.com

KIND ATTENTION: MOST REV. BERNARD MORAS, ARCHBISHOP OF BANGALORE

Subject:
AEROSMITH ROCK CONCERT IN BANGALORE ON JUNE 2

[NOTE: FOR REASONS OF SPACE, THE TEXT OF THE LETTER IS NOT REPRODUCED HERE]

 
 

6.
MY “OPEN LETTER TO THE BISHOPS” OF MARCH 29, 2007, POSTED TO YOU ON MARCH 30, 2007

[NOTE: FOR REASONS OF SPACE, THE TEXT OF THE LETTER IS NOT REPRODUCED HERE]
					

 

7.
MY EMAIL OF MARCH 28, 2007

From:
prabhu To:
bgarchdi ; bgarchdi@vsnl.net.in Sent:
Wednesday, March 28, 2007 9:56 AM

KIND ATTENTION: MOST REV. BERNARD MORAS, ARCHBISHOP OF BANGALORE

Subject:
THE PROPOSED COMPULSORY INTRODUCTION OF SURYA NAMASKAR AND YOGA

[NOTE: FOR REASONS OF SPACE, THE TEXT OF THE LETTER IS NOT REPRODUCED HERE]

 
 

8.
MY EMAIL OF MARCH 24, 2007

From:
prabhu
To: 
bgarchdi@bgl.vsvl.net.inbgarchdi@vsnl.com ;
Sent:
Saturday, March 24, 2007 10:57 AM

Subject:
THE PAGANIZATION OF THE CHURCH IN INDIA: ROMANCING WITH HINDUISM AND OTHER NON-CHRISTIAN RELIGIONS [CHURCH IN KOLLAM]

KIND ATTENTION: MOST REV. BERNARD MORAS

ARCHBISHOP OF BANGALORE, CHAIRMAN, HEALTH CARE COMMISSION, CBCI

Dear Archbishop Bernard,

I have written to you by email several times over the last nine months on matters of serious concern, but I have not received any response from you. Therefore I am posting a copy of this letter to you separately tomorrow.

 

 

 

I would be privileged if you let me have your response to the priest’s actions, the news report, and my comments. 

[NOTE: FOR REASONS OF SPACE, THE TEXT OF THE LETTER IS NOT REPRODUCED HERE]

REMINDER:
Sent: Wednesday, March 28, 2007 7:47 AM

 

9. HARDCOPIES OF LETTERS SERIAL NOS. 8, 7, 6, POSTED TO YOU ON MARCH 30, 2007

 
 

10.
MY EMAIL OF MARCH 07, 2007

From:
prabhu
To:
bgarchdi@bgl.vsnl.net.in; bgarchdi
Sent: Wednesday, March 07, 2007 8:05 AM

Cc:
petermachado@hotmail.com ; bphousebly@hotmail.com ; bishoplw@hotmail.com ; bishopckm@yahoo.co.in ; bprmgulbarga@sancharnet.in ; bishopkwr@sancharnet.in ; bishmysore@rediffmail.com ; bhouse@sancharnet.in ;
Philip Franklyn Dsouza ; frfranklin1999@yahoo.com ; frfranklin1973@yahoo.com

Subject: ‘IRON MAIDEN’: UNLEASH THE BEAST WITHIN – BANGALORE ROCK CONCERT, MARCH 17, 2007

[NOTE: FOR REASONS OF SPACE, THE TEXT OF THE LETTER IS NOT REPRODUCED HERE]

REMINDER:
Sent: Thursday, March 08, 2007 11:10 AM

 
 

11.
MY EMAIL OF FEBRUARY 15, 2007

From:
prabhu
To:
bgarchdi@bgl.vsnl.net.inbgarchdi@vsnl.com; Sent: Thursday, February 15, 2007 9:07 PM

Subject:
Priest appointed judge for juvenile court in Karnataka

KIND ATTENTION: MOST REV. BERNARD MORAS, ARCHBISHOP OF BANGALORE

Dear Archbishop Bernard,

In The New Leader, January 16-31, 2007, it was reported that the Vatican warned a retired Catholic bishop that he faced suspension from the priesthood if he ran for the Paraguayan presidency. Cardinal Re said that “Canon Law prohibits clergy to assume public offices that carry a participation in the exercise of civil power, whether in the legislature, presidency or judiciary.” He was thereafter suspended a divinis, the apostolic nuncio in Paraguay revealed, as per the February 03, 2007 CINS /CWN report.  

Referring to the news item “Priest appointed judge for juvenile court in Karnataka” in The New Leader, February 1-15, 2007, may I seek clarification from you as to the circumstances under which “Norbertine Fr. Antony Sebastian Koottungal, a lawyer and social worker, was appointed a judge on Karnataka state’s Juvenile Justice Board for three years” ?

Yours sincerely, Michael Prabhu, Chennai

REMINDER: Sent:
Monday,
March 05, 2007 1:17 AM S
ubject:
REPEAT LETTER: CLARIFICATION REQUESTED, PLEASE

 

Your Grace stopped acknowledging communications from this ministry after the following letter:

12.
MY EMAIL OF OCTOBER 03, 2006

From:
prabhu
To:
bgarchdi@bgl.vsnl.net.in; bgarchdi
Sent: Tuesday, October 03, 2006 11:22 AM

Subject: SRI SRI RAVI SHANKAR AND THE ‘ART OF LIVING’

KIND ATTENTION: MOST REV.  BERNARD MORAS, ARCHBISHOP OF BANGALORE

Your Grace,

The Art of Living Foundation, Bangalore has just written to me informing me that you attended Sri Sri Ravi Shankar’s Silver Jubilee celebrations at the Jakkur airfield in Bangalore in February 2006.

Also, their website carries a photograph of your goodself felicitating the guru on the main stage at the function.

At another Catholic programme, NBCLC-Bangalore and its “director Fr Thomas D’Sa
honoured HH Sri Sri Ravi Shanker on Saturday April 1, 2006… Fr Ronnie Prabhu S.J. presided over the function, while the local Corporator Mohan and Carmelite superior general Sr Victorine were chief guests,” according to news reports.

Till February, the Art of Living was apparently not overtly active in Catholic circles in India.

However, within a span of two weeks, I have received telephone calls and letters from lay persons in Bangalore, Goa and Mumbai, expressing concern that this organisation is now making its entry into Catholic schools and parishes.

I have just completed an extensively-researched and lengthy report on the Art of Living guru, his organizations, his writings, his discourses, his philosophies, his teachings, and the nature and content of his ‘Art of Living’ courses.

It is my findings that the guru’s teachings are, among other things, advaitic and New Age. It is not possible for me to go into the details here, but I can reassure you that, for a dozen other reasons, the ‘Art of Living’ is spiritually most unsafe for Catholics, and for all Christians.

Your Grace may not have had the opportunity to go into the specifics of Sri Sri Ravi Shankar’s programmes, and so you may not be aware of its erroneous teachings and spiritual dangers, which are too many to detail here.

If Your Grace is interested to know them, it will be my privilege to send you by email, as an attachment, my detailed report before it is publicly circulated by the end of this week.

At your service in Jesus’ Name, Michael Prabhu

COPY TO: MOST REV.  THOMAS DABRE, CHAIRMAN, DOCTRINAL COMMISSION, CBCI

REMINDERS 1 and 2:  October 5 and 7, 2006

 

 

 

REMINDER 3: 

From:
prabhu
To:
bgarchdi@bgl.vsnl.net.in; Archdiocese of Bangalore
Sent: Friday, December 08, 2006 9:46 AM

Subject: SRI SRI RAVI SHANKAR AND THE ‘ART OF LIVING’

Your Grace, After waiting for two months, a request for your kind comments as a fourth and final reminder, so that I can release my report on Sri Sri Ravi Shankar [which runs into around 40 pages] next week. I have delayed the report in order to cover a massive rally today in which Catholic priest Fr. Jegath Gaspar Raj [see my report IN PRAISE OF SHIVA, CATHOLIC PRIEST INVESTS RS. 1.5 CRORES IN A MUSIC VIDEO OF THIRUVASAGAM, www.ephesians-511.net] is to share the dais with Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, and address the gathering in Chennai. Michael Prabhu

 

APART FROM THESE 12 LETTERS AND 8 REMINDERS, ALL OF WHICH REMAIN UNACKNOWLEDGED,

THE FOLLOWING IS THE MOST RECENT LETTER FROM THIS MINISTRY TO YOUR GRACE:

14.
MY EMAIL OF AUGUST 04, 2007

From:
prabhu
To:
bgarchdi@bgl.vsnl.net.inbgarchdi@vsnl.com; Sent:
Saturday, August 04, 2007 9:51 AM

Subject: Regarding usage of billboards in Catholic institutions

KIND ATTENTION: MOST REV. BERNARD MORAS, ARCHBISHOP OF BANGALORE

Dear Archbishop Bernard,

May I draw your kind attention to the two letters to you from Mr. Binny John of Bangalore, the first dated June 29, and the second dated July 18, both reproduced below. I trust that now you will be responding to him.

My letter to you, dated May 29, regarding the commercial use of Catholic institutions [like Ashirvad, Dharmaram College, Christ College, etc.] in Bangalore for New Age and other anti-Christian activities is also reproduced further below*****.

There is a relationship between the two issues.

The CCBI has declared 2007-2008 as the Year of the Laity. I was privileged to be invited to attend a consultation meeting forming part of the CCBI Plenary Assembly’s follow-up on the theme “The Vocation and the Role of the Laity in the Life and Mission of the Church”. Much is being said about the plan to increase lay participation in the Church. But the sad fact remains that when lay people write to Bishops on important issues, they do not even receive an acknowledgement from them.

In the attached Document, you will find seven letters from me that you have not acknowledged in the past five months, not including the related reminders.

Maybe some Bishops do not want lay persons to have greater participation in the mission of the Church, or maybe some Bishops think that issues such as these, raised by laity, are trivial.

Only you can help answer those questions by responding to us. Yours obediently, Michael Prabhu [ATT.: BANGALORE doc.]

 
 

From:
Binny John
Sent: Wednesday, July 18, 2007 1:31 PM To:
bgarchdi@bgl.vsnl.net.inbgarchdi@vsnl.com;

Cc:
‘frbrittojacob@yahoo.com’; ‘cbcimo@bol.net.in’ Subject:
FW: Regarding usage of Billboards in Catholic institutions.

Dear Rev. Bishop Bernard Moras, I hope you did get to read my email sent earlier (reproduced below, once again).

I may have been prophetically inspired to write to you the last time, as a very recent happening almost confirms it.

A billboard put up in the premises of the Franciscan Friary (St. Anthony’s Church and Seminary) on Hosur Road (at the Madivala Check Post junction), has the advertisement for the just released Harry Potter movie. This is something that should never have happened – a Church building used to indirectly propagate a movie (most likely, unknowingly), that is acknowledged to be both anti-Christian and anti-children (given its obvious occult connections). It should also be mentioned here that even the Vatican has clearly expressed its concern on various occasions as regards this film.

I hope that this should spur you to taking the necessary remedial action urgently as the enemy is slowly but certainly seeking to discredit the Church and deceive the onlookers (more so, given that this particular Church is situated on a prominent junction in the City). In His Name, Binny John

From:
binny.john@wipro.com Sent: Friday, June 29, 2007 3:50 PM To:
bgarchdi@bgl.vsnl.net.in; bgarchdi@vsnl.com

Cc:
‘frbrittojacob@yahoo.com’; cbcimo@bol.net.in
Subject:
Regarding usage of Billboards in Catholic institutions

Dear Rev. Bishop Bernard Moras, 

Greetings in the name of Jesus who said, “this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached to all nations ……. and then the end shall come” (Mt. 24:14). In this context, I would like to bring to you a rather disturbing phenomenon in Catholic institutions (including graveyards). We know very well that we are very much living in a time when ‘mammon is the god of this world (& very much in cities like Bangalore)’. 

In this regard, there is an increasing tendency to hire out space for billboard companies to put up large billboards at strategic points (like major roadsides) that advertise for various products. Catholic institutions (being located in strategic locations) are subtly being drawn into this game by vested economic interests & many institutions are seeing a goldmine here and falling into the bait. 

I do agree that one needs to be wise, but that should not be at the cost of the basic mission – to evangelize. 

In this regard, one institution that stands apart in this regard is the Good Shepherd’s Community (opposite the Catholic Club, Museum Road) that does have a billboard in its campus, but alternates between secular advertising (to get some income) and religious propagation (when a big picture of Jesus and an appropriate scripture is put up). 

Hence, I would request that you seriously introspect on this matter and send out a circular to institutions to use this wonderful opportunity to preach the Good News – it is the privilege and duty of the Church to do it – either way, the Lord will take an account on the Final Day. In His Name, Binny John

 

 

*****NOTE: FOR REASONS OF SPACE, THE TEXT OF THE MAY 29 LETTER IS NOT REPRODUCED HERE. SEE Sl. NO. 4

Your Grace, I have tried to send the above letter Sl. No. 13 to you from July 20 onwards, but your server was rejecting my address. My attempt to send it on August 04, 2007 was successful.

Your Grace had been writing to this ministry from when you were Bishop of Belgaum, and you had invited me to your installation as Archbishop of Bangalore on September 17, 2004. Since then, you had acknowledged several of my greetings on the anniversaries of your birthday, and sacerdotal and episcopal ordinations, including December ’06 and February ’07.

One communication from Your Grace to this ministry is reproduced immediately below. It was in June of last year, 2006, in response to my letter CONGRATULATING YOU ON YOUR BOLD PUBLIC STAND on certain issues.

 

13.
MY EMAIL OF JUNE 30, 2007
[inadvertently omitted in the letter to the Archbishop, included here later]

From:
prabhu
To:
bgarchdi@bgl.vsnl.net.in ; bgarchdi@vsnl.com
Sent: Saturday, June 30, 2007 12:44 PM

Subject: Regarding usage of Billboards in Catholic institutions / New Age seminars [cc: 2 Bangalore leaders, CBCI]

Dear Archbishop Bernard, I trust that you will take note of the concern of Mr. Binny John of Bangalore, whose letter is reproduced below, and that of other Catholics, regarding the renting out of Church property for secular advertising.

I have already written to you on May 29 [see further below] expressing my serious concerns about the renting out of Christian institutions for New Age seminars, and I am awaiting your response. Yours obediently, Michael Prabhu, CHENNAI

 

Your Grace’s last response – in June 2006- to this ministry’s letters:

From:
prabhu
To:
bgarchdi@vsnl.net.in ; bgarchdi
Sent: Tuesday, June 06, 2006 1:04 AM Subject: CONGRATULATIONS

KIND ATTENTION: MOST REV.  BERNARD MORAS,
ARCHBISHOP OF BANGALORE

Your Grace, My most sincere congratulations to you on your recent bold public stands on the issues of Catholic education, and ethics in the medical profession. We want you to know that Catholics everywhere are surprised, edified, and encouraged!! We pray that you continue to fight for truth, justice and righteousness, and we pray for more Bishops to emulate your example. Please remember my ministry in your prayers, especially at the Eucharist.

Michael Prabhu michaelprabhu@vsnl.net Metamorphose Catholic Ministries www.ephesians511.net Chennai

From:
bgarchdi
To:
prabhu
Sent: Wednesday, June 07, 2006 9:31 AM Subject: Re: CONGRATULATIONS

Dear Michael Prabhu, Greetings from Archbishop Bernard Moras. Received your e-mail of June 6, 2006. Thanks for the same. Yours sincerely,
Archbishop Bernard Moras

 

However, when this ministry began to bring important issues to your notice from October 2006 onwards, you have chosen not to respond, and it has remained so for the past 14 months. In case you have not been seeing my emails, I am sending this compilation of letters to you under REGISTERED POST, ACKNOWLEDGEMENT DUE.

Permit me to remind Your Grace that this is the CCBI declared YEAR OF THE LAITY!!!!!

My futile correspondence with Your Grace represents a significant lay investment of effort, time and money.

Yours obediently, Michael

THIS MINISTRY HAS WRITTEN TO YOUR GRACE, OVER THE PAST YEAR WITH NO RESPONSE, A TOTAL OF 14 LETTERS AND 8 REMINDERS ON THE FOLLOWING 12 ISSUES:

01. Sri Sri Ravi Shankar and the ‘Art of Living’, and the Church’s public show of solidarity with them in Bangalore

02. Bro. Johnson Sequeira of Mumbai’s ministry in Bangalore. He is denied episcopal permission to minister in Bombay

03. Anthony Samuel of Secunderabad, active in Bangalore, leaves the Church and founds his own “church”

04. Possibility of a group of Catholics, doctrinally influenced by Pastor Anthony Samuel, leaving the Church in Bangalore

05. Commercial use of Catholic institutions for New Age programmes in Bangalore

06. “Aerosmith” Rock Concert in Bangalore, not recommended for Christians

07. Open Letter to the Bishops, concerning this ministry

08. The church in Kollam [Kerala] issue- no altar, no cross, “OM” symbol on the church, use of other religious texts, etc.

09. Proposed compulsory introduction, by state governments, of Surya Namaskar and Yoga in educational institutions

10. “Iron Maiden” Rock Concert in Bangalore, not recommended for Christians

11. Priest appointed judge for juvenile court in Karnataka. Are Catholic priests allowed to hold such official posts?

12. Commercial use of billboards in Catholic institutions

 

This letter follows all the above as a summary which was sent to you as an attachment on August 04, 2007 by email:

From:
prabhu
To:
Archdiocese of Bangalore ; bgarchdi  Sent: Saturday, August 04, 2007 9:51 AM

NOTE: I AM TRYING, UNSUCCESSFULLY, TO SEND YOU THIS EMAIL FROM JULY 20.

YOUR SERVER IS REJECTING MY EMAILS. I AM TRYING ONCE AGAIN TODAY, AUGUST 04, 2007. [WITH ATTACHMENT];

REMINDER: From:
prabhu
To:
Archdiocese of Bangalore ; bgarchdi
Sent: Monday, August 06, 2007 10:13 AM;

and sent once again as a separate letter on August 06, 2007 by email: 

From:
prabhu
To:
Archdiocese of Bangalore ; bgarchdi
Cc:
binny.john@wipro.com
Sent:
Monday, August 06, 2007 11:48 AM

Subject:
UNANSWERED LETTERS FROM THIS MINISTRY TO HIS GRACE, MOST REV. BERNARD MORAS, ARCHBISHOP OF BANGALORE, FROM OCTOBER 2006 TO AUGUST 2007 The hardcopy is being posted to you today, August 7, 2007 Michael

NOTE: ALL TEXTS NOT REPRODUCED HERE ARE AVAILABLE INDIVIDUALLY AT THE WEB SITE

 

 

 

THE ONLY LETTER FROM THIS MINISTRY WHICH RECEIVED A RESPONSE WAS IN 2004:

From:
prabhu
To:
bgarchdi@bgl.vsnl.net.in
Sent: Tuesday, October 26, 2004 10:29 PM [followed by postal mail]

Subject:
MR. BENNY HINN’S FORTHCOMING CRUSADE IN BANGALORE

KIND ATTENTION:

MOST REV. BERNARD MORAS,

ARCHBISHOP OF BANGALORE


Your Grace,

I acknowledge with thanks your undated letter inviting me for your installation as Archbishop on 17th September. I came to Bangalore on that day and was happy to observe that, in answer to much prayer, the proceedings were peaceful and reverent despite all the problematic issues that exist in the Archdiocese.

I am confident that in course of time you will be able to resolve them.

 

I am now writing to you concerning the forthcoming crusade of evangelist Benny Hinn in Bangalore early next year. You will be aware that he visited Mumbai in February of this year.

Prior to that, the Archbishop of Bombay had issued a notification to all Catholics instructing them to stay away from the crusade. Cardinal Ivan Dias’ article “False Prophets” [The Examiner, February 28, 2004] does not specifically name Mr. Benny Hinn, but the timing and content6 of the message were significant. 

[I have been unable to locate my copy of the said notification].

 

However, many Catholics from all over India attended the event. They included priests and nuns, some of whom were in their religious habits, and they were seen on television [please see the Letters to the Editor, The Examiner, March 6 and March 20, 2004].

Already there is preparation among Catholics from all over India to go to Bangalore to attend the Benny Hinn crusade. I expect that this time it will be Your Grace who will instruct Catholics not to attend.

There are Catholics, even in the charismatic renewal, who are faithful watchers of Benny Hinn’s programmes on channels like God TV and MiracleNet, and many of these send part of their tithes to Benny Hinn Ministries. These Catholics hold that he is a man of God, that he meets a spiritual need that is not met by the Catholic Church, that God heals thousands through his crusades, and that people of other faiths are evangelised; and they object to any Catholic criticism of Benny Hinn on the grounds that one must refrain from ‘touching the anointed of the Lord’.

 

These Catholics are ignorant of many details of Benny Hinn’s beliefs and teachings. When the Archbishop of Bombay advised Catholics not to attend Benny Hinn’s crusade in Mumbai, he did not give valid reasons to support his notification. Most Catholics presumed that they were being told not to patronise the crusade simply because Benny Hinn is not a Catholic. I believe that if a warning is to be effective, the faithful must be made aware as to why the Church is taking a position against Hinn; and it is not sufficient to simply say or even provide evidence that some of his teachings are not in line with those of the Catholic Church.

It is also not advisable to club Benny Hinn along with other televangelists, as many of them are not faith-healers like he is, but teachers who use the Word of God to preach on proper Christian living.

 

I am taking the liberty of separately sending you [with a copy of this email] a copy of a study of Hinn’s first major book ‘Good Morning, Holy Spirit’, which exposes some of the many theological errors, discrepancies and contradictions that are a hallmark of his writings and preaching.

They would not be acceptable by any Protestant church, leave alone by Catholics. Several Protestant bookstores have removed Benny Hinn’s books from their shelves [while St. Pauls continues to sell them]. VCDs produced by Protestants, exposing Hinn’s erroneous teachings [and even his downright lies], are in circulation. However, these VCDs may be rejected by some Catholics on the grounds that the producers criticize Hinn on several ‘Catholic’ issues like praying to the dead [which they call necromancy, since Hinn pays homage at her tomb to the late Kathryn Kuhlmann whom he considers one of his mentors], and link some of his pronouncements to the equivalent of Catholic veneration of the Blessed Virgin Mary and of statues, the real presence of Jesus in the Eucharist, etc.

 

Still, if one can ignore these issues, there remains much cause for serious concern especially in Hinn’s promotion of Positive Confession [Word-Faith] Theology [the ‘name-it claim-it’ doctrine], his claims to private revelations from the Holy Spirit that contradict accepted Christian theological positions, prophecies that have failed to materialise, etc. [Word-Faith theologians like Kenneth Hagin, Kenneth Copeland, Don Basham who are Hinn’s mentors are rejected even by Pentecostals].

 

I am sending you also a copy of the Pentecost 2004 issue of the “Emmanuel” Catholic newsletter of Bandra, Mumbai.  Kindly read the article titled ‘Faith and Obedience’ by the late Errol Fernandes.

In it he has made some useful observations on the subject.

I am confident that you will do the needful.

Yours obediently,

Michael Prabhu

 

 

 

From:
Archdiocese of Bangalore
To:
prabhu
Sent: Sunday, October 31, 2004 5:26 PM

Subject: Re: BENNY HINN’S FORTHCOMING CRUSADE in BANGALORE 

Dear Michael Prabhu,

I am in receipt of your e.mail dated 26th October 2004, regarding the forthcoming Crusade of Evangelist Benny Hinn. Thanks for your information.

Yours sincerely,

Archbishop Bernard Moras

 

MORE LETTERS FROM THIS MINISTRY WHICH DID NOT RECEIVE A RESPONSE

From:
prabhu
To:
Archdiocese of Bangalore ; bgarchdi
Sent: Saturday, August 12, 2006 8:53 AM

Subject:
PRANIC HEALING AT CHRIST COLLEGE, BANGALORE

To, His Grace, Most Rev. Bernard Moras,

ARCHBISHOP OF BANGALORE

Your Grace,

Pranic healing founder Grand Master Choa Kok Sui is scheduled to have a session at Christ College on August 15th, 2006. Pranic Healing is an esoteric alternative therapy, coming under New Age alternative medicines and so-called ‘Holistic Health’. The Vatican Document “Jesus Christ, the Bearer of the Water of Life, A Christian Reflection on the New Age”, 3rd February 2003, explains its basic concept, of the belief in and manipulation of “cosmic energy” in one’s “etheric body”, as New Age.

The Meditation on Twin Hearts ceremony which will be used there is a serious “initiation”, using this occult energy to allegedly link two “chakras”, the “Heart” and the “Crown”, and inducting the participants into the next “level” of pranic healing. The philosophies of Pranic healing are incompatible with Biblical revelation. So are all Mr. Sui’s spiritual teachings, which I have analysed in my various researched articles. I would dare to say that some of them are very dangerous and most condemnable. Out of the hundreds of pages that I have written after extensively researching every book written by Mr. Sui on Pranic healing, I have attached just five here, along with this letter. I request you to please spare your valuable time to read the attachment, and beg you to intervene to prevent the Catholics of your archdiocese from being exposed to this occult session.

Michael Prabhu

Metamorphose Catholic Ministries, Chennai
www.ephesians511.net 044- 2461 1606

PS. I had written to your predecessor Archbishop Ignatius Pinto regarding a New Age programme which was to be held on Catholic campuses in Bangalore. The Archbishop had telephoned me immediately after contacting the institutions to stop the programme.

My article on Pranic Healing was published in two Catholic periodicals: SHALOM TIDINGS, Kerala, July 2000, and STREAMS OF LIVING WATER, Calcutta, Dec. 2004-Jan. 2005.

 

LETTERS TO THE ARCHBISHOP FROM A SENIOR LAY PERSON IN CHARISMATIC RENEWAL

From:
XXXXX
To:
bgarchidi@vsnl.net.in
Cc:
prabhu
Sent: Tuesday, August 15, 2006 10:22 AM

Subject: Fw: PRANIC HEALING AT CHRIST COLLEGE, BANGALORE

Most Rev. & Dear ABP. Bernard, 

Peace of Christ!  I have just arrived in Bangalore & this programme is scheduled for TODAY!! I write in my personal capacity & share in the concerns of Prabhu & only ask – if the Vatican has given clear guidelines on the dangers of these forms of Healing, how can we propagate the same. The greatest Healer – JESUS, who can heal us in body, mind & spirit is being sidelined. Are we not denying Christ??? How often have we said “Say but the WORD & WE WILL BE HEALED. IT is high time that Priests, Religious Sisters & Lay people are discouraged from types of Healing that do not acknowledge God as the Source of Holiness, Healing & EVERY GOOD THING. 

I trust that you as our Pastor will do the needful & stop this with the courage & boldness which comes from the power of the Spirit of God. With all good wishes. I remain, Yours in Jesus Christ,

From:
XXXXX
To:
bgarchdi@vsnl.net.in
Cc:
prabhu
Sent: Tuesday, August 15, 2006 11:09 AM

Subject: Fw: PRANIC HEALING AT CHRIST COLLEGE, BANGALORE

Most Rev. & Dear Archbishop Bernard, 

Peace of Christ!  Greetings on the Feast of the Assumption of Our Blessed Mother & on this Anniversary Day of Independence of Our Country! 

I have just arrived in Bangalore & am writing to you in my personal capacity – with this programme at Christ College just hours away!! Apart from sharing Michael Prabhu’s concern & abiding by the Guidance given by the Vatican on issues such as “Pranic Healing”, “Reiki”, etc., I strongly feel that by going in for these forms of Healing – it is an OUTRIGHT denial of JESUS as HEALER. These forms of Healing may seem harmless & effective initially but have serious repercussions for apart from tapping oneself as the source of POWER, other powers are invited to dwell in us. I feel that our Priests, Religious Sisters & Lay people must  rather  exercise their Faith in  JESUS  – esp. in the Eucharist as we  “Say but the WORD  &  I  WILL  BE  HEALED. 

 

 

We have had 2 Major Healings in the family…. XXXXX….. I will share this with you some time if given the opportunity to do so. Apart from this we now of tremendous healing that comes from reconciliation & forgiveness. Also the elimination of sin through the Sacrament of Reconciliation. Ps.32: 2-5 & Ps. 38.  Mt.9:1f, Lk.13: 10f

There are numerous testimonies of this sort that will animate the Faith of people & bring TOTAL Healing when we go to the RIGHT SOURCE. (Ex.15: 26 diseases), Jer.30: 12, 13 & 17 (Healing of deep inner wounds-in the memory & emotions).

Not discrediting medicine or dishonouring the Physician as the Lord has given to us for Healing. Sirach ch.38:1f 

Trusting that you as our Pastor will do the needful in the courage & power of the Spirit of God. May God bless us & may our Blessed Mother Mary intercede for us to be filled with Wisdom –  esp. on these occasions  & for situations when  our choices bring dishonour to the Father, Her  SON – Jesus & the  the Holy Spirit!! 

With warm wishes, I remain, Yours in Jesus Christ XXXXX

 

From:
prabhu
To:
frbritto@bccrs.org.in ; frbrittojacob@yahoo.com

Cc:
cavina@dataone.in; Archdiocese of Bangalore; archbishop@bangalorearchdiocese.com

Sent: Wednesday, September 23, 2009 3:49 PM Subject:
A LETTER ON BEHALF OF BRO. JOHNSON SEQUEIRA AND MY RESPONSE TO IT. AND A RESPONSE FROM A PRIEST

KIND ATTENTION:

REV. FR. BRITTO JACOB, CSsR

ARCHBISHOP BERNARD MORAS OF BANGALORE

SR. ANGELINA, DSFS

This is also in reference to Rev. Fr. Britto Jacob’s letter dated 31.08.2009 [attached]* to Rev. Fr Samji MST of Stockholm, Sweden.

This support to Bro. Johnson is most regrettable when genuinely Catholic ministries are refused recognition.

Please read the 19-page document on Brother Johnson at my website www.ephesians-511.net:

http://www.ephesians-511.net/documents/BROJOHNSONSEQUEIRASWORDFAITHTHEOLOGYANDPROSPERITYGOSPEL.doc.

Every single letter written by his supporters to this ministry defended this preacher and they all show clearly that these followers of Brother Johnson are not genuine Catholics.

The test:

If the Archdiocese of Bangalore and its Proclamation and Evangelisation Commission and the Bangalore Service Team were to exhibit the rare moral courage to admit their error and withdraw recognition to the ministry of Bro. Johnson, he would still continue to operate privately and submit old letters of authorisation as he has in the past.

Johnson continues to ‘preach’ in cities where the Bishops have withdrawn recognition given to his ministry. 

Michael Prabhu CATHOLIC APOLOGIST, Chennai michaelprabhu@vsnl.net

[Letter dated September 22 from priest copied along with Sudhir’s letter and my response to it.]

 

From:
bgarchdi@bgl.vsnl.net.in
To:
michaelprabhu@vsnl.net
Sent: Wednesday, September 23, 2009 3:52 PM Subject: Re: A LETTER ON BEHALF OF BRO. JOHNSON SEQUEIRA AND MY RESPONSE TO IT. AND A RESPONSE FROM A PRIEST

Our E-Mail (bgarchdi@vsnl.com) is changed to archbishop@bangalorearchdiocese.com

THE ABOVE EMAIL SHOWS THAT MY LETTER WAS RECEIVED BY THE ARCHBISHOP WHO HOWEVER DID NOT RESPOND

 

*COMMISSION FOR PROCLAMATION AND EVANGELISATION (Archdiocese of Bangalore)

Chairman: Most Rev. Dr. Bernard Moras, Archbishop of Bangalore

Secretary: Rev. Fr. Britto Jacob, C Ss R

Joint Secretary: Sr. Angelina, DSFS

31.8.09

Dear Rev. Fr. Samji mst,

Warm Greetings from Bangalore, India!

This is with reference to your email regarding Bro. Johnson who has been invited by you to conduct a Retreat at Stockholm, Sweden. He is an active Lay Preacher and has conducted Retreats in various Parishes, Schools and Colleges. Many have been Blessed by his Ministry.

For the past few months, he has been working under the Bangalore Catholic Charismatic Renewal Services (BCCRS) & the Proclamation Committee of the Archdiocese of Bangalore. His residential address here is Wilson Manor Pearl, D-305 Wilson Garden, 13th Cross Road, Bangalore, but he & his family have Business establishments in Mumbai.

He has a powerful conversion experience of Jesus and we appreciate Br. Johnson Sequeira’s unstirring zeal and passion in proclaiming & teaching the Word of God.

I would appreciate if a written feedback could be given to the Archbishop Most Rev. Dr. Bernard Moras and a copy marked to me, after the Mission, which I have also conveyed to Bro. Johnson.

I Pray & Wish for a Great Spiritual success for your forthcoming Mission in your Cathedral Parish.

Your Brother in Christ

Sd/- Fr. Britto Jacob C. Ss. R

 

 

Secretary, Proclamation & Evangelization Commission

Cc: Archbishop of Bangalore, Johnson Sequeira

 

From:
prabhu
To:
frbrittojacob@yahoo.com ; frbritto@bccrs.org.in

Cc:
Archdiocese of Bangalore ; archbishop@bangalorearchdiocese.com

Sent: Wednesday, September 23, 2009 4:45 PM Subject:
THOMAS PULICKAL: ONE MORE EX-CATHOLIC MINISTERING IN BANGALORE AT CATHOLIC INSTITUTIONS

KIND ATTENTION:

REV. FR. BRITTO JACOB, CSsR

ARCHBISHOP BERNARD MORAS OF BANGALORE

Dear Fr Britto and Archbishop Bernard Moras,

I have been informed that one Thomas Pulickal* from Irinjalakuda, Kerala, has been ministering to Catholics in the Archdiocese of Bangalore. Some of them will be attending his “Basic Retreat” at Irinjalakuda from October 12 to 20, 2009, Rs 500 for 8 days inclusive of all meals and accommodation. *Emperor Emmanuel Trust

I understand that one of his Bangalore meetings was conducted at the Redemptorists’ Nava Spoorthi Kendra, in one of the classrooms, on August 30, 2009. I am also informed that a Catholic approached one of the Redemptorist priests and requested him to come and hear the error being taught, but the priest refused to oblige and the session was conducted without any problem.

Some of the errors being taught by Thomas Pulickal in the words of a person who wrote to me about the incident:

“He’s going around preaching a ‘new gospel’, the gospel of the Second Coming of Jesus. This person says that the Catholic Church is going to hell. Jesus will come as a man and people will not recognize him. Jesus will individually judge every person on meeting him, Jesus will not preach as he did when he appeared the first time. This time others will preach for him. The prophets Daniel, Elijah, Samuel, Noah, Job, Moses, Isaiah, Jeremiah will come in fact they are already on the way and will soon come reveal themselves. Why go to mass on Sunday? Why go to confession? They are not necessary for salvation.

Pulickal says that he was in a seminary [Salesian?] for 14 years.

God told him to leave the seminary and preach to the people about his imminent Second Coming. 

Pulickal says that he has no earthly authority and doesn’t need authorization from any Bishop. He gives St. Paul and Jesus as examples!!! He’s supposed to be Catholic and the people attending were all Catholics! When I broached him on the above, this guy became violent in speech… Many who attended told me later that they were confused about the Church after hearing his talks…

Dear Fr Britto and Archbishop Bernard Moras,

I sincerely hope that you will acknowledge this letter and do the needful to ensure that the faithful of Bangalore Archdiocese are protected from sheep-stealers like Thomas Pulickal.

Yours obediently, Michael Prabhu Catholic apologist, Chennai www.ephesians-511.net
michaelprabhu@vsnl.net

 

From: <bgarchdi@bgl.vsnl.net.in> To: <michaelprabhu@vsnl.net>

Sent: Wednesday, September 23, 2009 4:45 PM Subject: Re: THOMAS PULICKAL: ONE MORE EX-CATHOLIC MINISTERING IN BANGALORE AT CATHOLIC INSTITUTIONS

Our E-Mail (bgarchdi@vsnl.com) is changed to archbishop@bangalorearchdiocese.com

THE ABOVE EMAIL SHOWS THAT MY LETTER WAS RECEIVED BY THE ARCHBISHOP WHO HOWEVER DID NOT RESPOND

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  1. Your awesome Michael. Proud to see Catholics standing up like you. It is our Church and It is time for all of us to stand up and protect her. God Bless you and your mission.

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