A time to keep silence, and a time to speak. A time to embrace, and a time to be far from embraces.

Your lightning lighted the world; the earth quivered and trembled. – Introit, Feast of the Transfiguration

“The only way out of this is for someone in authority, which we all know at this point means Cardinal Burke – let’s stop pretending there is anyone else with the authority of the illegally deposed Prefect of the Apostolic Signatura (aka Chief Justice of the Vatican Supreme Court) – to end this Antipapacy and BREAK THE CYCLE outside of supernatural intervention.” HERE

Cardinal Burke, you were born for this, for this you came into the world. God works through men, and men are called to do God’s work. God desiring to carry out His Divine Will through men of His choosing is the very fabric of the bible, further testified through the lives of the saints. Your Eminence, this is your time, your time to be transformed into a saint, perhaps even a Doctor of the Church. It’s been nine years; you know full well there is no way Bergoglio is pope, and you know that antipopes need to be deposed in real time, by real men and women who know the truth and have the conviction to get it done. Bergoglio is openly worshipping demons, for all the world to see, and he installed a demon at St. Peter’s. What exactly is it going to take? You need not even start with any sort of declaration of moral certainty, you just need to set things in motion. Try this: “Significant irregularities have been discovered concerning the purported February 2013 resignation of Pope Benedict XVI which need to be investigated.” Trust me, legions of canonists, Latinists, theologians, and historians are waiting for this signal, and will pounce like a tiger when given the chance.

Readership, you need to get in on this. I am asking everyone to please pray one extra Rosary for Cardinal Burke, today or tomorrow, and make it the Sorrowful Mysteries, with a concentration on the fruit of the third mystery:


Thank you.

Virgin Most Powerful, pray for us.

It was in order to strengthen the faith of Peter, James, and John for the approaching ordeal of the Passion that Jesus led them up Mount Tabor and was transfigured before them. Beholding Christ as the brightness of the Father and the figure of God’s substance, Peter cried out, “Lord, it is good for us to be here!” Yet only a short while later, the same Peter would deny his master during the agonizing darkness of the Passion. “Jesus has now many lovers of His heavenly kingdom, but few that are willing to bear His cross,” says the author of The Imitation of Christ. “But they that love Jesus for Jesus’ sake and not for any comfort of their own, bless Him no less in tribulation and anguish of heart than in the greatest consolation.”https://tridentine-mass.blogspot.com/2022/08/the-transfiguration-of-our-lord-saint.html

15 thoughts on “A time to keep silence, and a time to speak. A time to embrace, and a time to be far from embraces.”

  1. I will pray an extra Rosary for the good Cardinal.
    A year ago I wasn’t optimistic that Roe v. Wade would ever be overturned. I was wrong about that. So maybe my pessimism towards someone (ANYONE!) in authority calling out this anti-papacy is misplaced too.

  2. From his comments, as of a few years ago Cardinal Burke believed that Benedict resigned properly, and, more, should not be wearing white or calling himself Pope Benedict. I am unsure whether that has changed. Nonetheless I pray that our Cardinal Burke has the courage to speak up about this matter. God enlighten and strengthen him!

  3. It would be wonderful, of course. I don’t know what to ask for anymore, in terms of this slow-motion disaster. I typically ask God to clean out his church and set it right. He knows how to do it. We are short on men of action. Talkers we have, but not men of action. That’s in both the secular and church world.

  4. Here’s a Cardinal Burke quote:
    ” As for Pope Francis, he is the “successor of Peter” and “is by definition the principle of unity in the Church,” said the cardinal. “It is up to him to correct these bishops. And if they do not accept fraternal correction, if they do not accept his hierarchical correction as bishop of the universal church, then appropriate sanction would have to be applied so that the faithful know that these bishops are not leading them in the Catholic faith.”
    Sounds like a modernist to me…I’d call that “verbal diarrhea”
    Burke is too far gone: I think he has “drank the Kool Aide and the soup” Noxious.
    “What did take the soup mean?
    In 19th century Ireland, to ‘take the soup’ was a phrase which meant something like betraying your beliefs, your independence. Faced with starvation during the famine, Catholics agreed to sit through Protestant bible instruction in return for soup.”
    Don’t hold your breath….Burke’s living the dream (or at least he thinks he is) and is not about to “rock the boat aka barque” but maybe willing to engage in a little “Shimmy, shimmy ko-ko-bop.”
    Just sayin.

  5. Surely it just takes one Catholic Bishop faithful to the Church and its two millennia Doctrine via Scripture, Tradition and Magisterium, with the blessing of the Holy Ghost, to act or to make a statement?
    St Athanasius, who was not a Cardinal but was a Bishop, died in 373AD and predated the first Cardinals by around 130 years.
    The restriction on Popes being elected exclusively FROM among the Cardinals came 396 years after Athanasius (Lateran Council of 769AD).
    The restriction on Popes being elected exclusively BY Cardinals came in 1059AD.
    With Bergoglio’s antipapacy having started with an invalid call by Cardinal Sodano, Dean of the College of Cardinals for a conclave, and some limited knowledge of the history of the office of Cardinal, this Catholic has great difficulty understanding what the need for Cardinals in the Church is, given their hopeless corruption and unwillingness to speak the truth or to act over these past years.
    If nothing else, the canonical status of the office ought to be thoroughly reviewed.

  6. When I went to Fatima, almost 20 years ago, I enrolled in the Perpetual Rosary Association at the Dominican Monastery. Every First Saturday, I’m assigned to a Rosary and certain devotional prayers at 8:00 PM US, EST. Last night’s Rosary was, without hesitation, for Cardinal Burke – thank you Mark. May he be open to the graces of humility so he can step up, putting aside any and all past comments (or lack of), and raise at least a public doubt about the validity of our holy father, Pope Benedict’s “resignation”. Our Lady of Fatima, please help him.

  7. I found this quote interesting. I see it as POSSIBLY being related to the BiP movement.
    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 anyone, 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 Anti-Christ and so sadly to crucify the Lord afresh…. Bear in mind this feature of the last days, that this deceitfulness arises from good men being on the wrong side.”
    (Fr. Frederick Faber, Sermon for Pentecost Sunday, 1861; qtd. in Fr. Denis Fahey, The Mystical Body of Christ in the Modern World; underlining added.)

  8. I will pray my sorrowful mysteries today for Cardinal Burke but he is only one man and one man cannot depose the evil in the Vatican. Rather, we must plea to the Lord to restore His Church and cleanse her from the idol and demonic worshippers, the heretics and apostates in leadership positions.

  9. Cardinal Burke, of course I’ll pray for him but I don’t see him doing anything unfortunately. One private revelation says the Pope and Usurper will die the same day, then no Pope will be elected for a year or more due to turmoil in the world. Both Pope Benedict and Bergoglio are quite old don’t seem long for this earth so this can’t be more than two years out.

  10. It won’t be Burke. I just heard him in a sermon a few days ago instruct everyone to pray for the “intentions of Pope Francis” in order to gain a particular indulgence. He made a particular point of naming him. I would concentrate my effort on someone else.

      1. Praying for him and praying for his intentions are two different things. I pray daily for his conversion, but his intentions are a different thing. I fear his intentions are not in the best interest of the Church.

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