Pentecost: “We will come to him and make Our abode with him.”

Happy Pentecost. Veni, Sancte Spíritus, et emítte cǽlitus, lucis tuæ rádium.

Gospel: John 14:23-31. At that time, Jesus said to His disciples: If anyone love Me, he will keep My word, and My Father will love him, and We will come to him and make Our abode with him. He who does not love Me, does not keep My words. And the word that you have heard is not Mine, but the Father’s Who sent Me. These things I have spoken to you while yet dwelling with you. But the Advocate, the Holy Spirit, Whom the Father will send in My Name, He will teach you all things, and bring to your mind whatever I have said to you. Peace I leave with you, My peace I give to you; not as the world gives do I give to you. Do not let your heart be troubled, or be afraid. You have heard Me say to you, ‘I go away and I am coming to you.’ If you loved Me, you would indeed rejoice that I am going to the Father, for the Father is greater than I. And now I have told you before it comes to pass, that when it has come to pass you may believe. I will no longer speak much with you, for the prince of the world is coming and in Me he has nothing. But he comes that the world may know that I love the Father, and that I do as the Father has commanded Me.

God is in charge. Demonstrate your love for Him; keep His commandments, and He will dwell within you. Keep His commandments, and you have nothing to worry about. Your cooperation with the graces He is offering to you is how this gets done. He’s got this, you just need to reciprocate the love. Those graces are bespoke: tailored specifically to your needs, to your weaknesses, so that you might learn to use them as a weapon against iniquity. He is handing you a sword.

Pentecost is the Third Glorious Mystery. Fruit of the Mystery: ZEAL.

I am reminded of the First Epistle to Timothy. Saint Paul had left Timothy at Ephesus because of the widespread misrepresentation of the Gospel, and other misdeeds related to bad teachers. Here is how his letter ends: (1Tim 6:13-21)

I charge thee before God, who quickeneth all things, and before Christ Jesus, who gave testimony under Pontius Pilate, a good confession, That thou keep the commandment without spot, blameless, unto the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, Which in his times he shall shew who is the Blessed and only Mighty, the King of kings, and Lord of lords; Who only hath immortality, and inhabiteth light inaccessible, whom no man hath seen, nor can see: to whom be honour and empire everlasting. Amen. Charge the rich of this world not to be highminded, nor to trust in the uncertainty of riches, but in the living God, (who giveth us abundantly all things to enjoy,) To do good, to be rich in good works, to give easily, to communicate to others, To lay up in store for themselves a good foundation against the time to come, that they may lay hold on the true life. O Timothy, keep that which is committed to thy trust, avoiding the profane novelties of words, and oppositions of knowledge falsely so called. Which some promising, have erred concerning the faith. Grace be with thee. Amen.

Happy feast!

“The light of Your light, through the enlightenment of the Holy Spirit”

The Vigil of Pentecost is a proper Class I Feast.

Collect: Grant, we beseech You, almighty God, that the brightness of Your glory may shine upon us, and that the light of Your light may, through the enlightenment of the Holy Spirit, strengthen the minds of those who are reborn through Your grace.

Gospel : John 14:15-21. At that time, Jesus said to His disciples, If you love Me, keep My commandments. And I will ask the Father and He will give you another Advocate to dwell with you forever, the Spirit of truth Whom the world cannot receive, because it neither sees Him nor knows Him. But you shall know Him, because He will dwell with you, and be in you. I will not leave you orphans: I will come to you. Yet a little while and the world no longer sees Me. But you see Me, for I live and you shall live. In that day you will know that I am in My Father, and you in Me, and I in you. He who has My commandments and keeps them, he it is who loves Me. But he who loves Me will be loved by My Father, and I will love him and manifest Myself to him.

So beautiful. He loves us so much.

Following is what they took away in 1955, at the same time they ruined Holy Week. The Vigil used to closely resemble the Easter Vigil; prophesies, baptisms, etc:
   The Vigil of Pentecost resembles that of Easter. The Mass for Pentecost, formerly celebrated during the night, has, like the Mass of Easter, since been anticipated. There are six prophecies preceding the Mass, interspersed with Prayers and Tracts; formerly the catechumens, who had not been baptized at Easter, received the Sacrament on Whitsunday. The baptismal font is blessed, too and the Litany is sung, as on Holy Saturday. It seems as though this Vigil were modeled on that of Easter. As on Holy Saturday, a vigil was kept during’ the night of Pentecost Saturday to prepare for Baptism. The prayers following the, prophecies, however, and the composition of the Mass show us that the chief object of this solemnity is to celebrate the Descent of the Holy Ghost on the Apostles gathered together in the cenacle. The term Whitsunday is an allusion to the white vestments of the neophytes. The feast of Whitsun is as ancient as that of Easter, and the Saturday following begins the liturgical season called Season After Pentecost.

   On this Saturday before Whitsunday the ceremonies are similar to those on Holy Saturday. The holy water font is blessed and the Litany of the Saints sung exactly as on Holy Saturday; afterwards the clergy change their purple or violet­hued vestments for others of red, assigned to Masses of the Holy Ghost, in allusion to the fiery tongues of Pentecost. As on Holy Saturday, the Introit is omitted from the high Mass of Whitsun-Eve and the church bells are rung at the Gloria in excelsis.

   Before high Mass the officiating priest, attended by his deacon and subdeacon, vested in violet chasubles, the altar­candles remaining unlighted, reads six prophecies of those which on Holy Saturday. At the end of each he chants a Prayer. But after the word Oremus (“Let us pray”) the deacon does not say Flectamus genua (“Let us kneel”).

   Peter is the leader around whom gathers the little flock of Sion on this first Christian Pentecost, and he inaugurates today his pontifical primacy when he announces for the first time the Gospel message to the representatives of the various nations, without distinction of race or nationality, of country or State.

   On this day Christ, risen from the grave and seated at the right hand of the Father, communicates His own divine life to the members of His Mystical Body through the outpouring of the Holy Ghost. So the Church having attained its full development, now first appears before the world.

   To appreciate the Introit it should be heard with the majestic and joyful melody which the ancient Gregorian music has allotted to it.

   The Sequence, Veni, Sancte Spiritus, attributed to Innocent III, replaced under St. Pius V an older one of great beauty. This Sequence is repeated daily throughout the Octave.

   The Holy Ghost descends in power to vindicate the innocence of Jesus by filling the Church with such surpassing sanctity that it becomes, as it were, a fire prefiguring the final judgment on the enemies of God. The faithful kneel at the Invocation of the Holy Spirit, Who at the last day requires the restoration of the Christian soul to the body which has been His mystical temple.

Barnhardt Podcast #112: Emitte lucem tuam et veritatem tuam

“Send forth Thy light and Thy truth” (From Psalm 42, prayers at the foot of the altar)

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In this episode, Mark Docherty and Ann are joined by special guest Dr. Edmund Mazza, PhD, scholar, professor, author, and as of this week, central figure in the question of who is the one true pope of the One True Church. ICYMI, Dr. Mazza was interviewed by Dr. Taylor Marshall on his YouTube podcast on 27 May, where Dr. Mazza laid out his thesis regarding the defective resignation of the papacy by Pope Benedict XVI (long may he reign). Supporting evidence includes the +Ganswein speech at the Greg in 2016 (h/t Don Scotus and the Immaculate Conception), Benedict’s last General Audience 27 Feb 2013, Benedict’s Declaratio, Seewald book interview 2017, +Miller book/dissertation, St Peter’s transfer of the Holy See from Antioch to Rome, the Prophecy of Malachi, etc etc. We ran out of time, so Part Two of this episode is Coming Soon!

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Collect for the Feast of Saint Augustine of Canterbury:

O God, Who by the preaching and miracles of blessed Augustine, Thy Confessor and Bishop, didst vouchsafe to illumine the English people with the light of the true faith: grant that, through his intercession, the hearts of those who have gone astray may return to the unity of Thy truth and that we may be of one mind in doing Thy will. Through our Lord Jesus Christ, Thy Son, who liveth and reigneth with Thee in the unity of the Holy Ghost, God for ever and ever. Amen.

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A headline can be factually true, and yet still be a massive lie. Surely a learned art, taught deep in the bowels of Alinsky U.

The illustrious totally non-biased non-partisan harbinger and arbiter of troof: PEW RESEARCH CENTER <blue check mark>

How many people do you think clicked through to the graph, to find out the real story?

Never forget how much they hate you.

New England Journal of Medicine says wearing masks in public is stupid


A virus is so small, it sails right through cloth masks, not to mention around the sides of masks, not to mention into your eyes. The only good a mask can do, if you are highly symptomatic, is to stop your own cootie boogies from flying out of your face onto other people. Which is why sick people should stay home.

Here is the straight skinny, from an article first published last month, that is miraculously still available online. Thank you, Michael Klompas, M.D., M.P.H., Charles A. Morris, M.D., M.P.H., Julia Sinclair, M.B.A., Madelyn Pearson, D.N.P., R.N., and Erica S. Shenoy, M.D., Ph.D.

“We know that wearing a mask outside health care facilities offers little, if any, protection from infection. Public health authorities define a significant exposure to Covid-19 as face-to-face contact within 6 feet with a patient with symptomatic Covid-19 that is sustained for at least a few minutes (and some say more than 10 minutes or even 30 minutes). The chance of catching Covid-19 from a passing interaction in a public space is therefore minimal. In many cases, the desire for widespread masking is a reflexive reaction to anxiety over the pandemic.”

“Once you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, no matter how improbable, must be the truth”

Well, that didn’t take long.

Within hours of of yesterday’s cross-post from Fred Martinez, the Open Letter to Taylor Marshall, the following interview took place between Marshall and Dr. Edmund Mazza, a new and prominent adherent of the Benedict is Pope position. His position is nuanced, and contains elements which are new to the argument. The video is almost two hours, but it is well worth your time. I took notes, and will be publishing a timestamped copy of this when I have time. Much more to come.

Professor Mazza’s full thesis can be found here:

Epic takedown: Against the Karens of Bergoglianism

“But but but the Cardinals elected and accepted him. He must be pope. Who are you to judge? All we can do is wait for him to die. It doesn’t really matter who is pope, anyway. Your argument is so weak, I can’t even be bothered to examine it. You’re just an unlettered non-lawyer! Shut up, stupid.” Love, Karen.

The following essay/letter was posted by Fred Martinez at from a source who wished to remain anonymous. It is reprinted here with permission.


Dr. Marshall, for many of us (myself included), your podcasts have been a source of enlightenment, entertainment, and—quite frankly—hope, during this very dark time in the history of the Church.  As someone who studied his way into the Catholic Faith, having the grace and the integrity to acknowledge the necessity of conversion from the Protestant sect to which you formerly belonged, you have not been content to rest on your laurels but have “put yourself out there,” launching the New Saint Thomas Institute and discussing current events sub luce aeternitatis.  Your willingness to deal with things the way they are, and not the way they would be if we were all painted on holy cards already, is refreshing and appreciated.

Accordingly, I am writing to you today in regard to your recent statements about being “open” to the idea that Jorge Bergoglio is not actually the pope.  For a person in your position, so much as admitting that possibility must require all the grace and integrity you have demonstrated in the past—and then some.  I say this not in the spirit of flattery, but in the hopes of spurring you to go even further in the search for truth upon which you embarked some years ago.

Either Bergoglio is the pope, or he isn’t.  The concept of objective reality, to which our minds must conform, is a philosophical prerequisite, so to speak, for acceptance of the Catholic Faith itself.  It is humility to recognize the existence of objective reality—not pride.

There seems to be a missing step, in other words, in the “rush to non-judgment” taking place among unapostasized Catholics, post-Resignation.  “It is not up to us, to say who is and isn’t the pope,” has become (rather conveniently)  the mantra of the day.  True—and at the same time, not so.  While the final determination may be up to the Church, no one is excused from the requirement of using his or her own rational faculties in reaching a determination on a matter so weighty.  If we all did so, and began to act legitimately on our determinations, what would keep things from changing for the better?

As a thought experiment, why don’t we apply this attitude to another issue—one we all tend to agree on?  What if someone were to say, “I am not a Supreme Court Justice, and therefore it is not up to me whether unrestricted abortion is the law of the land.  I have no opinion on the matter, and no responsibility to form one, either”?   Would we not reject such a stance as self-excusatory sophistry of the worst kind?  The fact that an ordinary person truly doesn’t have the authority to overturn Roe v. Wade does not excuse him or her from the responsibility of doing everything possible, regardless—namely, to understand that abortion violates the laws of God and man, to recognize that outrages against the rights of the Creator and one’s fellow man cannot be permitted to stand, and to demand that those who are Supreme Court Justices reach and respect this reality as well.

“Ah, but that is politics,” I can hear you (and everybody else) respond.  “That’s not how things work, where Cardinals are concerned.  The Church is not a democracy, after all!”  Of course not.  But it is not Nazi Germany, either.  The faithful are not required to behave like brainwashed tools in totalitarian systems.  On the contrary, God both wants and obliges us to use the gift of reason with which He has endowed us.  Is it possible to know who is the true pope?  First of all, let us agree that we are not excused from attempting to find out.  “But what can we do?”  In addition to keeping up the prayers we can exercise our rights and responsibilities as baptized Catholics, start demanding that others do so as well, and quit wimping out.

Secondly, I would like to address your own tendency–shared by other Catholic luminaries as well–to speak as though reaching such a determination is a matter of indifference, even if it is possible.  “Saints have disagreed about who the actual pope is; some have even been wrong!” runs the next stage of the argument.  (The name Vincent Ferrer is almost certain to crop up at this stage.)  It is telling, however, that this observation only cuts one way.  As currently wielded, it means that people who accept Bergoglio as the successor of Saint Peter will be justified if they turn out to be wrong in the long run, while people who question the Argentinian’s papal validity in the first place are bad Catholics, ipso facto.  You yourself, commendably, have backed off from this double standard markedly in recent days, but many others have not.

In the same vein let’s talk, for a second, about your treatment of Felix II in a recent podcast.  What struck me, as someone admittedly ignorant of the historical circumstances beyond what you stated in the presentation itself, was your selective application of “the moral of the story” to one side of the current conflict only.  OK, so there still exists some residual fuzziness about who was the authentic Roman Pontiff, or even (in some attenuated sense) whether there were “two popes at one time,” back in the day.  That doesn’t mean that comparable confusion exists right now, nor that an aberration can be retrofitted as the norm.  Maybe it is difficult to sift through the tangled theological and political intricacies of that all-but-forgotten episode.  Reading through Universi Dominici Gregis isn’t.  Why not draw the lesson that, because there have been antipopes before, there very well could be again?  It’s not impossible.  It’s not even unlikely, as Cardinal Pell did a stint in jail for knotting his eyebrows over.

Another big difference between then and now is, of course, Amoris laetitia Chapter 8.  Could it be that Vincent Ferrer made it to Heaven without getting the “pope quiz question” right because, at the time, it didn’t make any serious difference to souls—his own, or anybody else’s?  Before Bergoglio, deciding between one claimant to the papal throne and another was a matter of merely temporal, not theological, importance, since only the former archbishop of Buenos Aires has ever dared to insert situation ethics into the AAS, or change the Catechism of the Catholic Church to suit his own revolting, long-discredited ideological biases, or take issue with (you can’t make this stuff up) the wording of the Our Father itself.  L’eglise c’est moi!  I for one do not attempt to justify the bad example of John Paul II at Assisi and elsewhere, but between Veritatis Splendor and Laudato Si’ there exists an abyss like unto the one separating Lazarus resting in the bosom of Abraham from the Rich Man in torment.  Did Our Lady come down from Heaven and make the sun spin in order to warn everybody against Felix II?  She did not; and why not?  Maybe because he wasn’t worth Her time.

Speaking of Fatima, here’s another thing you guys always stop just short of taking into consideration.  When a person passes in front of a mirror, it is quite true that you can suddenly see two of them.  Problem is, reflection not only doubles; it also reverses.  If the Third Secret revealed that there will be more than one “Holy Father” in this sense, then according to the apparition’s own imagery, one of them—the one that isn’t the original–has to be exactly backwards.  Are you seriously going to contend that we have no way of identifying which man-in-a-white-cassock-currently-residing-in-Rome (Jorge Bergoglio or Joseph Ratzinger, take your pick) constitutes the perfect inversion of everything an authentic Supreme Pontiff is meant to be?

At the more practical level, I (among other Taylor Marshall loyalists) have been waiting a long time now for you to move beyond private judgment in your treatment of the Bipapal Arrangement.  I listen as often and as carefully as I can, and maybe I have missed something, but all I have ever heard you say about the munus/ministerium clash is that you have examined those arguments for yourself and have found them wanting. 

Well frankly, every Protestant convert has to confront the fact that his or her own perspective simply isn’t, in the final analysis, the determining factor about anything.  I have a good friend, for example, to whom I often try to explain points of Catholic belief while she patiently identifies which ones she agrees with, and which ones are out of luck.  What I have yet to succeed in getting across to her is that her personal rejection of the Immaculate Conception, for instance, taints Our Blessed Mother not one spot.  What I am trying to say is that what you think, Dr. Marshall, doesn’t . . . well . . . matter.  If someone dares to opine that Ratzinger may still be reigning, he or she immediately runs afoul of the “Karens of Bergoglianism,” ever ready to issue the scolding reminder that “Francis” is “the Pope” whether we like it or nor!  Nobody ever points out, however, that there is a flipside to this very coin.  If “Francis” actually isn’t “the Pope,” then all the Karens in the world can’t make him one.

“But the Cardinals elected him!”  That’s the whole problem about antipopes, isn’t it?   If someone who isn’t the pope hadn’t been apparently raised to the papal dignity somehow, he’d hardly qualify in the first place.  The question is—how?   “But most of the Cardinals believe he’s for real, and they’re the ones who make the call!”  The private judgment of a Cardinal, or even a majority thereof, has no more bearing on the issue than yours or mine.  Even Princes of the Church have to conform their subjective determinations to reality, and elect popes in deference to canon law.

In the same way, everybody (and I believe I am correct in including you, Dr. Marshall, in this crowd) brushes aside the thought that Benedict might have resigned under duress by piously repeating his attestations to the contrary.  Have you ever seen “Charade,” with Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn?  There is a classic scene in which Hepburn’s character tries to determine whether Grant’s character is lying, and he points out it’s nearly impossible to do so.  There are two kinds of Indians, according to him (please excuse the deplorable lack of political correctness, back in the day) a Truthful Whitefoot, and a Lying Blackfoot.  One always tells the truth, and the other always lies.  “Which are you?” she wants to know. 

“A Truthful Whitefoot,” he replies, with that winning and iconic but ultimately enigmatic smile.

Dr. Marshall, if Benedict XVI did resign under duress,  perhaps through fear inflicted by threats so horrific that you and I cannot make any informed conjecture about their magnitude, from which his prompt abdication and self-imposed lifelong silence constitutes in his mind the only possible deflection, then what do you expect him to say about it, afterwards?  “Pope Emeritus, did you freely resign?”

“No way, Jose.  I stepped down because only by doing so and then keeping quiet forever could I avert consequences too terrible to talk about, which is precisely why I’m mentioning them to you right now.”  Makes sense, no?  No.

In other words, Dr. Marshall, think for a second!  Benedict XVI would have to say the same thing about the “force or fear” question, whether he is being a “Truthful Whitefoot” or not.

Still, duress isn’t the only invalidating factor; it just seems to be the only one you ever talk about because, in your mind at least, it appears to be the most easily debunked.  What about the Daneels admission that the Sankt Gallen Mafia colluded to elect Bergoglio, in direct contravention of existing conclave rules?  The extra ballot?  The fact that no one seems to have dispensed the Argentinian Jesuit from his religious vows prior to March 13, 2013, making it impossible for him to have accepted the office even if elected validly?  What about Cardinal Burke’s perspective, expressed to Patrick Coffin and swiftly consigned to the Memory Hole, that it could probably be proven that Bergoglio is an imposter and that the only real drawback is the difficulty of collecting the evidence?  And by the way, has the Holy Spirit also decided that all of this is all above His pay grade, too–quietly giving up on His responsibility of protecting genuine successors of Saint Peter from teaching error in matters of faith and morals?  Or are we just going to continue moving the doctrinal and pastoral goal posts until all that was previously identifiable as “Catholicism” simply disappears, in deference to the insatiable Bergoglian appetite for globalist control, entirely?

I do not know the answers to all of the above, even if my opinion is just about as “revealed” as Qui Gon Jinn’s regarding whether or not young Anakin is supposed to bring balance to the Force.  What I don’t like is the effective suppression, by the relevant commentariat at large, of all such questions.  Please, Dr. Marshall, crack open the Overton Window a little more, if you really meant what you said about possibly being wrong yourself.  You speak with edifying clarity, authority, and erudition on many other matters pertaining to the ongoing crisis of our times.  Why not the one on which the rest may finally hinge?

Note: This was written by a good friend and one of the most intelligent persons I know. The Catholic Monitor is honored to post it.

Pray an Our Father now for the restoration of the Mass and the Church as well as for the Triumph of the Kingdom of the Sacred Heart of the Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

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The Big Lie is a proven winner, even though everyone learned about it in school

Or maybe everyone did NOT learn it in school. Anyone under 25 seems to have an astonishing denial of history, yet it is not limited to Gen Z. We’ve had at least 150 years of conditioning to reorient the human mind into accepting that reality is whatever the mind decides it to be. Rationality becomes the exercise of bending reality to conform to the intellect, instead of forming the intellect to correspond to reality. See how that works? This is modernism and the modern age, at its essence; denial of reality and the setting up of an anti-reality. The anti-reality becomes an idol to be worshipped.

From “Aethelfrith” in the combox:


My family, especially my mother who calls me every day, will. Not. Give. Up. their strong attachment to this VirusRegime. My oldest living cousin, a healthcare worker who can verify the low hospital populations in the Bay Area, is still clinging to the VirusFearPorn even with the facts STARING HIM IN THE FACE!!!

I expressed my fear of going to stores and Costco, not because of the virus, but because of the masking rules. No matter how many times I explain that the “experts” warned us that the masks provide no protective value, I just keep getting told to SUBMIT. To ratify the Big Lie. “Just wear the mask when you go outside!” my mother says.

This has been going on for well over a month. Even with all of the cognitive dissonance, they love and adore Holy Mother Virus, even as I have repeatedly explained, and they can see for themselves, that the VirusRegime has made them afraid of each other.

God, save Thy people and bless Thy inheritance.

Saint Phillip Neri, pray for us.

Grace in the human heart is divine life shared with men: it is the seed of glory, the beginning of heaven

Sunday After The Ascension

Today’s Mass has a touch of Good Friday, a sense of loss, a note of resignation that Christ’s visible presence was not meant to continue. There was also a brave facing of the real world of Christian mystery, wherein charity is a constant need and violent opposition is a possible threat. But grace in the human heart is divine life shared with men: it is the seed of glory, the beginning of heaven. Mysteriously, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit — tabernacled in every soul that is alive with grace — are with every Christian as he goes on his missionary way to heaven.

Ah, Divine Grace. There is nothing better than knowing that your soul is a tabernacle. Such a strengthening thought! If God is with us, who can defeat us? Well, we need to be mindful that we need to navigate a fallen world.

Collect: “Almighty and everlasting God, make us ever bear a devout affection toward Thee, and with a sincere heart to serve Thy majesty.”

I talk quite a bit about maintaining a proper bearing, and how critical this is on the path toward sanctity. This is what is being prayed for in the Collect. It is also very much pointing forward to Pentecost, the Third Glorious Mystery, the fruit of which is ZEAL. Having a bearing of devout affection toward God is how you build your relationship with him, which in turn is the key to serving Him with a sincere heart.

From today’s Gospel: “They will put you out of the synagogues: yea, the hour cometh, that whosoever killeth you, will think that he doth a service to God. And these things will they do to you; because they have not known the Father, nor me. But these things I have told you, that when the hour shall come, you may remember that I told you of them.” John 16:2-4

Most of the time, evil is done by people who think they are “doing the right thing.” Never forget this. Yes, they think they are in the right, thinking “he doth a service to God.” Even atheists have a god. Your Savior is explaining this to you, so you remember this when it happens to you. It’s the very dynamic by which reason fails, and we wonder how reason can fail to completely. We need to stop being so surprised.

Much is going to be expected from us. We have the anti-church blossoming in full stench, under an apostate antipope who personally conducted demon worship inside St. Peter’s. Adding to this, we now have the greatest crime against humanity being openly executed and CHEERED by the masses. We have much ugliness coming in the near future, and most people aren’t ready for it.

Mind your bearing. Stay frosty.

Barnhardt Podcast #111: The Burj Dubai of Elevator Pitches

The convergence of an invalid resignation and subsequent antipope, with the rise and visual exposition of the anti-church (including open idol worship inside St. Peter’s), with the Deep State/NWO deployment of the greatest crime against humanity ever executed, CoronaCold. Me thinks these ain’t coincidinks.

Burj Khalifa (Dubai)

Barnhardt Podcast #111: The Burj Dubai of Elevator Pitches

In this episode, Mark Docherty sits in for SuperNerd as we discuss: Antipapacy 2020! Why is Jorge Bergoglio an antipope, what has happened lately to add to the mountain of evidence that he enjoys none of the supernatural negative protection of a true pope, and why is it that current corona events seem to be in convergence? Benedict’s actions AFTER the Declaratio, but BEFORE he departed: Retention of title, retention of habit, retention of residence, retention of ring. Events since 28 Feb 2013: “Always and Forever,” not revoked. Ganswein speech. Latest Seewald book. Benedict continues to impart Apostolic Blessing and signs letters and authors books in papal name. Bergoglio antics since Ann’s second video on the antipapacy (June 2019) Pachama and idol worship inside St. Peter’s, obviously no supernatural negative protection for this man.

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The Matthew 17:20 Collect:

Almighty God, the Sovereign of all things, you gave the keys of the Kingdom to Your servant Peter, and his validly elected successors, we ask that Your Church here on Earth be quickly cleansed of the Modernist Infiltration, all immoral clerics, and all other corruption; that the Antipope Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s invalid election be publicly recognized, and completely nullified, before the death of Your servant Pope Benedict XVI; that Bergoglio repent, return to the One Holy Catholic Faith, and that in the fullness of Your time die in a state of grace and achieve the beatific vision; [all this we ask] through Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with You, and the Holy Ghost, one God, now and for ever. Amen.

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