Showing posts with label Sigrid Yahner. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Sigrid Yahner. Show all posts

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Mom’s Response to the Diocese’s Announcement that Perjury is Okay

Here’s mom’s response after struggling through my response to Melissa Hollerith’s decision that perjury is acceptable conduct for Episcopal clergy.

It’s pretty bad when even hospice patients tell the diocese that it’s ethical trailer park trash.

#fakechristians

Friday, January 11, 2019

See for Yourself: Bob Malm Perjury

During discovery, Bob Malm stated under oath that Mom and other family members repeatedly made appointments with him and no-showed. This was part of his purported reason for his claim that I am, in fact, the author of Mom’s blog. There’s just one little wrinkle in all of this: Mom has NEVER made an appointment with Bob, nor has ANYONE done so on her behalf.

In other words, Bob committed perjury.

Here is what Bob wrote, again under oath:


And here is Mom’s response:




And here is my meme summarizing Bob’s perjury:


Oh, and by the way, if Bob tells you that this is defamation, ask him for proof that these meetings were scheduled.

He has none.

Bob Malm, the perjuring priest.

Friday, November 30, 2018

See for Yourself: My Mom, the Terminally Ill “Domestic Terrorist”

Here’s a recent photo of my mom, the woman Jeff “Sugarland” Chiow and Dysfunctional Bob wanted to drag into court. Clearly, the very image of a “domestic terrorist.”

Nice move, gentlemen. Nothing even remotely Christian about either one of you.




Saturday, August 25, 2018

See for Yourself: Bob Malm Again Shows His Idea of Pastoral Presence

Here, we see Bob Malm discussing the blog published by my Mom, which he untruthfully attributes to me. In true Christlike fashion, he uses the phrase “twisted mentality” to refer to me.

Parents, is this the way you want your kids to talk about others? If not, my advice is to steer well clear of Bob Malm and the other #fakechristians at St. Dysfunction aka Grace Episcopal Church.





Thursday, April 26, 2018

News: Mom

A couple of folks have asked how Mom is doing. The answer is, “Not great,” but I doubt anything is imminent.

Of course, we can’t really talk on the phone any more, and even mild activity is problematic. But we keep in touch.

Meanwhile, the recent passing of my much-loved friend and editor Ann Fontaine, who also suffered from lung disease, was a real downer. At the same time, my life is better for having known her, and she was a steadfast and loyal friend. I marvel at her tenacity in the face of much injustice and adversity, including opposition to the ordination of women priests.