Martin Navarro, a layman and founder of the group the Oblates of St. Augustine, is refusing to obey his bishop’s demands that he no longer fundraise, identify himself as “brother,” dress in a habit, and construct a chapel in the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph.

Navarro, 31, has asked Bishop Johnston to formally recognize a Traditional Latin Mass religious group he started called the Oblates of St. Augustine.

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