Roman Catholic Cardinal Carlos Carmelo de Vasconcellos Motta †Archbishop of Aparecida
, Sao Paulo. Cardinal-Priest of San Pancrazio
talking to former Brazilian Catholic then Roman Catholic Bishop Salamao Ferraz .
(2) On August 15, 1945 in Sao Paolo, Brazil, the alleged excommunication of Archbishop Carlos Duarte Costa, Archbishop of Rio de Janerio for ICAB consecrated Salomão Barbosa Ferraz to the episcopate. Less than thirty days prior, on July 18, 1945, Archbishop Carlos Duarte Costa had ordained him to the priesthood. He was 65 years old.
(3) In the late 1950's, Bishop Salomão Barbosa Ferraz sought to be reconciled to the Roman Catholic Church.
(4) In December 1959, Pope John XXIII, Patriarch of the West received Salomão Barbosa Ferraz as a catholic bishop of the Catholic Church. He did so without consecrating him in any manner - sub conditione or otherwise. At the time of his entry into the Church, Bishop Ferraz was both married and the father of seven children. Bishop Ferraz was one of the Council Fathers at the Second Vatican Council and attended all Four Councils. On May 10, 1963, Bishop Salomão Barbosa Ferraz was named Titular Bishop of Eleutherna.
(5) In the mid-1960's, after a five or six year delay, entries for Bishop Salomão Barbosa Ferraz begin to appear in the Annuario Pontificio (the book that lists all living clerics of the Roman Catholic Church). However, the Annuario Pontificio provides no information regarding the consecrating prelate what so ever. ROMAN CATHOLIC APOSTOLICAE SEDIS PDF OF BISHOP SALAMAO FERRAZ As you can see, clearly who the consecrating prelate is without any doubt in the photographs. This is what the Roman Catholic Church does not wish laymen & woman to know ?
Bishop Salamao Ferraz was a co consecrator that is an assisting Catholic bishop in the consecration of the late His Holiness Patriarch Dom Luis Fernando Castillo Mendez with the principal consecrator Archbishop Dom Carlos Duarte Costa.
(6) A further consecrated bishop from ICAB being Catholic Bishop Orlanda Arce Moya consecrated 30 November 1956 by Archbishop Carlos Duarte Costa, Bishop Arce Moya was accepted as a valid catholic bishop by then Pope John XXIII. He was appointed by the Pope John XXIII as Auxiliary Bishop an assistant to the Cardinal -Archbishop of Madrid, Spain
*** Note: Since the Roman Catholic Church rarely offers public comment regarding the validity of the orders possessed by separated brethren, this kind of evidence is the best that can be offered in support of claims regarding the validity of apostolic credentials.
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