Bishops Bede Nkamuke, Charles McGuire, and Pio Espina

Three Interviews with Three New Sedevacantist Bishops

Real Roman Catholic episcopal consecrations are somewhat rare of an occurrence, but they do happen on occasion. In the last few years, we have had more of them than usual.

On Sep. 29, 2021, Bp. Daniel Dolan consecrated Bp. Rodrigo da Silva for Latin America (video here), who in turn, after Bp. Dolan’s sudden death on Apr. 26, 2022, consecrated Bp. Charles McGuire to succeed Bp. Dolan on May 18, 2022 (video).

On Nov. 30, 2022, Bp. Donald Sanborn consecrated Bp. Germán Fliess to have a bishop who will engage in overseas travel as needed (video).

On May 1, 2023, Bp. McGuire consecrated Bp. Okechukwu Bede Nkamuke for his native country Nigeria (video) so he would be able to minister to the souls of the African continent with greater ease and ordain his own seminarians when the time comes.

South America, too, had an episcopal consecration just over a year ago. Bp. Martín Dávila Gandara consecrated Bp. Pio Espina of Argentina on Feb. 16, 2022 (video).

In this post, we are excited to present three interviews with these new bishops regarding their work, their thoughts on the ecclesial situation, and also some of their personal background:

All of the bishops mentioned in this post ultimately trace their lineage back to the Vietnamese Bp. Pierre-Martin Ngo-dinh-Thuc (1897-1984), appointed by Pope Pius XI in 1938.

Let us pray for these new bishops, that their apostolates may bear rich fruit. Let us also pray for all the souls they will reach,  that they may persevere in Faith, hope, and charity, and that the last remaining true Catholics throughout the world may increase greatly in number.

God bless you, Your Excellencies!

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