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Tommy Robinson isn't the first to that the UK has jailed after a secret trial. Melanie Shaw tried to expose child abuse in a Nottinghamshire kids home -- it wasn't foreigners doing the molesting, but many members of the UK's parliament. The government kidnapped her child and permanently took it away. Police from 3 forces have treated her like a terrorist and themselves broken the law. Police even constantly come by to rob her phone and money. She was tried in a case so secret the court staff had no knowledge of it. Her lawyer, like Tommy's, wasn't present. She has been held for over 2 years in Peterborough Prison. read, read

Orthodox Roman Catholic Movement

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Orthodox Roman Catholic Movement
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Abbreviation ORCM
Founder Father Francis Fenton
Type Catholic Mass society
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The Orthodox Roman Catholic Movement, also known as the ORCM, was a Catholic organisation in the United States which offered the Tridentine Mass and preached the traditional Catholic faith following the Second Vatican Council. The group was initiated by Fr. Francis Fenton in 1973 with his lecture given at in Tampa, Florida named The Roman Catholic Church: Its Tragedy and Its Hope. Within two years of founding the Orthodox Roman Catholic Movement had gained eleven priests as supporters, also including Msgr. Paul Marceau, Fr. Robert McKenna, Fr. Charles P. Donahue, Fr. Leo M. Carley, Fr. Daniel E. Jones, Fr. Placid White and Fr. Joseph Gorecki.

The organisation attracted some level of controversy, due to Fr. Fenton's open support for the John Birch Society. Although many of the people who attended the ORCM Masses were sympathetic to the conservative outlook of the JBS, they thought it inapproriate for a priest to be involved in leading political action. The society moved towards sedevacantism, doubting that the Vatican II sect claimants to the Papacy were Catholic Popes; technically they held to sedeprivationism. Fenton and McKenna came into a legal dispute with each other, which became explicit by 1980 and the McKenna faction won control of the name.

After a peak in the mid-1980s, the organisation began to become less prominent. It had other competitors such as the Society of St. Pius V which had moved away from the Society of St. Pius X, as well as the Congregation of Mary Immaculate Queen. In any case, McKenna was made a bishop in 1986 by Bishop Guerard des Lauriers who served as confessor to Pope Pius XII from 1954-1955. The organisation since then essentially existed in name only, although Bishop McKenna continued to say Mass at Our Lady of the Rosary, Monroe, Connecticut, before retiring in 2011. He has concecrated seven bishops, including Bishop Donald Sanborn and was noted popularly as an exorcist.

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Portrait Name From Until Notes
Father Francis Fenton.png Father Francis Fenton 1973 1980 Founder of the Orthodox Roman Catholic Movement, lost the name in legal battle with McKenna.
Robert W. Cleary .png Robert W. Cleary 1980 1983 Previously the Secretary. Took side of McKenna in dispute with Fenton.
Bishop Robert McKenna.png Bishop Robert McKenna 1983 2011 A member of the Dominican Order, made a bishop by Guerard des Lauriers in 1986. Retired in 2011.

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