The antichurch had quite a busy day today. Blessed feast! First, Bergoglio invited Pelosi to receive Communion, both of them obviously dejected over Friday’s ruling on Roe. So of course the Body of Christ must be weaponized and desecrated.
But then he delivered such a warm and welcoming sermon, promising:
“a Church without chains and walls, in which everyone can feel welcomed and accompanied, one where listening, dialogue and participation are cultivated under the sole authority of the Holy Spirit… A Church that does not linger in its sacred precincts, but is driven by enthusiasm for the preaching of the Gospel and the desire to encounter and accept everyone. Let us not forget that word: everyone. Everyone! Go to crossroads and bring everyone, the blind, the deaf, the lame, the sick, the righteous and the sinner: everyone! This word of the Lord should continue to echo in our hearts and minds: in the Church there is a place for everyone. Many times, we become a Church with doors open, but only for sending people away, for condemning people. Yesterday one of you said to me “This is no time for the Church to be sending away, it is the time to welcome”. “They did not come to the banquet…” – so go to the crossroads. Bring everyone, everyone!”
And then came the letter! Turns out, he didn’t mean everyone.
“I do not see how it is possible to say that one recognizes the validity of the Council – though it amazes me that a Catholic might presume to do so – and at the same time not accept the liturgical reform born out of Sacrosanctum Concilium.”
Well, he got it half right, anyway. Can anyone explain that dichotomy?
“I want the beauty of the Christian celebration and its necessary consequences for the life of the Church not to be spoiled by a superficial and foreshortened understanding of its value or, worse yet, by its being exploited in service of some ideological vision, no matter what the hue.”
“Let us abandon our polemics to listen together to what the Spirit is saying to the Church.”
Haha ha ha ha.
“The non-acceptance of the liturgical reform, as also a superficial understanding of it, distracts us from the obligation of finding responses to the question that I come back to repeating: how can we grow in our capacity to live in full the liturgical action? How do we continue to let ourselves be amazed at what happens in the celebration under our very eyes?”
He has a duty to affirm that “The liturgical books promulgated by Saint Paul VI and Saint John Paul II, in conformity with the decrees of Vatican Council II, are the unique expression of the lex orandi of the Roman Rite… As I have already written, I intend that this unity be re-established in the whole Church of the Roman Rite… all the bishops, priests, and deacons, the formators in seminaries, the instructors in theological faculties and schools of theology, and all the catechists” heed his command not to “go back to that ritual form which the Council fathers, cum Petro et sub Petro, felt the need to reform, approving, under the guidance of the Holy Spirit and following their conscience as pastors, the principles from which was born the reform.”
Dear seminarians, brothers, deacons, priests, bishops: You’re going to have a lot more credibility by calling out the antipapacy before SHTF. If you wait to do it afterward, it’s just going to make you look like a bunch of sore losers. Man up.
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Any trad Catholic at this point who still calls that SoB “pope Francis” is a pathetic definition of effeminacy.
I’d ask any trad out there who still considers him “pope”:
At this point, what, exactly, does bergoglio have to do for you to call him an antipope?
Giving Communion to Pelosi is a slap in the face to Catholics worldwide, it’s also a slap in the face to Archbishop Cordileone, and his brother bishops here in America who supported him.
We must beware then of dangers from within. We must be upon our guard even against catholic books, periodicals, journals, and pamphlets, however specious they may be. Our Blessed Redeemer said of the false prophets of the last days (St. Matt. xxiv. 24.) that they should “deceive, if possible, even the elect.” Now we must remember, that if all the manifestly good men were on one side, and all the manifestly bad men on the other, there would be no danger of any one, least of all, the elect, being deceived by lying wonders. It is the good men, good once, we must hope good still, who are to do the work of Antichrist, and so sadly to crucify afresh the Lord whom they do more than profess to love. Bear in mind this feature of the last days, that their deceitfulness arises from good men being on the wrong side.
(Rev. Frederick William Faber, Devotion to the Church, 2nd ed. [London: Richardson and Son, 1861], p. 27.
Well aware of the thoughts of Supernerd and Miss B regarding yet to be approved Marian apparitions, I share with you the following which pertains to our present situation…
“MANY CARDINALS, MANY BISHOPS, AND MANY PRIESTS ARE ON THE ROAD TO PERDITION AND ARE TAKING MANY SOULS WITH THEM. LESS AND LESS IMPORTANCE IS BEING GIVEN TO THE EUCHARIST.” – Excerpt from the Last Message of Garabandal spoken in the Present Simple Tense and Present Continuous Tense on 18 June 1965 (5 MONTHS AND 20 DAYS BEFORE THE CLOSING OF VATICAN II)
⦁ “are on the road to perdition” is Present Simple Tense.
This tense describes the present state or condition of something or a habitual action.
⦁ “and are taking many souls with them” is Present Continuous Tense (Present Progressive Tense).
This tense is used to show that an ongoing action is happening now, either at the moment of speech or now in a larger sense. It describes an activity that is currently in progress. The present continuous can also be used to show that an action is going to take place in the near future. Consequently, Our Lady’s own words were meant for right then, at that very moment, on this particular date in 1965 and continuing during the Second Vatican Council. Please take a moment to think about what that implies.
“This message given by the Most Holy Virgin in Garabandal is the same that She gave in Fatima, but it is updated for our time.” Bishop João Pereira Venâncio, Bishop of Leiria-Fátima, declared during an interview with Abbé Alfred Combe from France – 21 July 1983
⦁ Bishop Venâncio is the same man who had access to Sister Lucia of Fatima, who gave a detailed description of the Third Secret contained in the wax-sealed envelope by holding it up to a bright light, who officially commissioned a complete critical history of the apparitions, who had first-hand knowledge of everything that happened as the Bishop of the Diocese and who twice personally visited with Conchita González of Garabandal in her home in New York.
“There was a second appearance [of Our Lady] this time in Spain in Garabandal […] The message was very dire. Repetition of the Third Secret in brief form.” – Father Malachi Martin, declared during a radio interview on “Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell” on the 81st Anniversary of the Third Secret of Fatima – 13 July 1998
⦁ Father Malachi Martin is the same man who read the text of the Third Secret of Fatima in February 1960, who was an advisor to Pope John XXIII, and who spoke with Conchita González of Garabandal in New York.
When Pope Benedict XVI was still Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, around 1990 he revealed to his friend, Father Ingo Döllinger, that in the Third Secret of Fatima Our Lady warns not to change the liturgy. Our Lady warned against changing the Mass and that there would be an iniquitous Council in the Church. – The first published account of Father Ingo Döllinger’s testimony, of which we are aware, appeared in an interview with Father Paul Kramer in Fatima Crusader Issue #92 in May of 2009.
In 1975 Cardinal Alfredo Ottaviani, former Head of the Holy Office and the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, stated that “he believed in the supernatural character of Garabandal.” Cardinal Ottaviani also said, “We must pray a great deal, so that the Church may acknowledge Garabandal.” – Jacques Serre and Béatrice Caux, Garabandal: Apparitions of the Blessed Virgin Mary, p. 234
⦁ Cardinal Alfredo Ottaviani is the same man who personally spoke with Sister Lucia of Fatima in May 1955, who read the Third Secret of Fatima, who spoke with Conchita Gonzalez of Garabandal in mid-January 1966 at the Vatican, who wrote the Circular Letter to the Presidents of Episcopal Conferences regarding some sentences and errors arising from the interpretation of the decrees of the Second Vatican Council on 24 July 1966, and who wrote a critique of the Novus Ordo Missae known as “The Ottaviani Intervention” on 25 September 1969.
In 1933, sixteen years after Our Lady’s Apparitions at Fatima, the future Pope Ven. Pius XII, then Cardinal Eugenio Pacelli, Secretary of State to Pope Pius XI, made prophetic remarks in confidence to his friend Count Enrico Pietro Galeazzi. Cardinal Pacelli stated that Our Lady of Fatima’s confidences to Sr. Lucia were a warning against the “suicide of altering the Faith.” Pacelli made similar prophetic warnings in a subsequent conversation with a fellow curial cardinal. Cardinal Pacelli said:
“Suppose, dear friend, that Communism is the most visible among the organs of subversion against the Church and the Tradition of Divine Revelation. Thus, we will witness the invasion of everything that is spiritual: philosophy, science, law, teaching, the arts, the media, literature, theater, and religion.”
“I am concerned about the confidences of the Virgin to the little Lucia of Fatima. This persistence of the Good Lady in face of the danger that threatens the Church is a divine warning against the suicide that the alteration of the Faith, in its liturgy, its theology, and its soul, would represent.” […] – The future Pope Ven. Pius XII, then Cardinal Eugenio Pacelli, Secretary of State to Pope Pius XI. – Msgr. Georges Roche & Philippe Saint Germain, Pie XII devant l’Histoire [Pius XII Before History], Paris: Robert Laffont, 1972, pp. 52-53
On 29 September 1978, Father Francis Benac, S.J., interviewed Mari Loli at her home in Massachusetts.
Fr. Benac: Your mother told me that one night you were upstairs with your father and that you cried and cried for one hour. Afterwards your father said to her: “I have just seen the most touching sight. Loli was crying the whole time while saying, ‘Oh, it’s going to be like that? People are going to suffer like that? Oh, make me suffer!’” Do you remember what you said at the time?
Mari Loli: It was all related to communism and what is going to happen in the Church and to the people because all these things are to have repercussions amongst the people. When the Church suffers confusion, the people are going to suffer too. Some priests who are communists will create such confusion that people will not know right from wrong. – “The Call of Garabandal”, April-June 1984
“During May of 1976, Father Eusebio Garcia de Pesquera spoke also with Jacinta’s mother, María. She told him that she had heard repeatedly from her daughter that affairs were going to go very bad for the Church, that the Eucharist would constantly be given less importance, that many priests would become worse and worse, and that wickedness would spread everywhere.” – Eusebio Garcia de Pesquera, O.F.M., CAP., She went in haste to the Mountain, Translated from Spanish by B. Miller, Gerard Suel and Otto Miller Second English Edition of 1981 original translation published unaltered in one volume in 2003 pdf p. 577-578.
Conchita Gonzalez asked the Blessed Mother, during an apparition in 1965, when everything of which She had spoken would occur. The answer was
“When communism comes again “. This was long before the fall of the Berlin Wall and the breakup of the Soviet Union. Conchita was perplexed, when it comes again? Our times, I dare say.
Antipope Francis never disappoints. If he’s the false prophet the Bible warns about he will try to get the whole Church in one form of mass, then change the words of consecration. First he will unify all Christians into one church, then form the United Religions for the antichrist.
All Catholics should read and re-read the six chapter St Paul’s Letter to the Galatians until they heed the stark warnings therein.
Neither the earthly authorship nor the inspiration of St Paul’s Letter to the Galatians have ever been disputed in the Church, appearing in the very earliest Canons of New Testament Scripture.
The letter was likely among the first three New Testament books to be written, around 48-55AD. It thus contains the Catholic Church’s first written anathema, against false teachers, repeated for avoidance of doubt, clarity and emphasis.
Galatians 1:6-9 New Revised Standard Version, Anglicised Catholic Edition
6 I am astonished that you are so quickly deserting the one who called you in the grace of Christ and are turning to a different gospel— 7 not that there is another gospel, but there are some who are confusing you and want to pervert the gospel of Christ. 8 But even if we or an angel[b] from heaven should proclaim to you a gospel contrary to what we proclaimed to you, let that one be accursed! 9 As we have said before, so now I repeat, if anyone proclaims to you a gospel contrary to what you received, let that one be accursed!
b. Or a messenger
Bergoglio is neither St Paul, nor any other Apostle, nor an angel (or messenger) from heaven!
Yet even if he were any of these, he stands anathematised (translated accursed above) by the Holy Spirit speaking through St Paul, within short living memory of Jesus Christ’s death, burial, Resurrection and Ascension, the events of Pentecost and the first decade and a half to two decades of the Church.
The same applies to every single Cardinal, Archbishop, Bishop, Priest, Deacon, Brother, Sister and lay person who proclaims a gospel contrary to what the Apostles proclaimed.
Every. Single. One!
“Francis” is too obvious. He is like any democrat politician whose evil is clearly manifest. It’s the likes of Trump, Bush, maybe even Reagan who are most dangerous.