“I had another vision of the great tribulation. It seems to me that a concession was demanded from the clergy which could not be granted. I saw many older priests, especially one, who wept bitterly. A few younger ones were also weeping. But others, and the lukewarm among them, readily did what was demanded. It was as if people were splitting into two camps.” Blessed Anne Katherine Emmerich
The "cost" to me, to you, to the Catholics of Malta and to everywhere, is to aid those priests, directly; those priests who take upon themselves the persecution of these malefactors, these devils in clerical dress. We must aid them. That means, making room in our homes, or ensuring they can be supported financially in an apartment whilst they minister. We may, because of this Bergoglio and the lying, sniveling, sycophantic, effeminate minions surrounding him, be forced again in to the catacombs.
Remember what St. Athanasius said, "they have the buildings, but we have the faith." Let the buildings, including St. Peter's Basilica, fall around them. Let it all be destroyed with them in it. Let the condemnation of God come down upon these devils.
“At that time: Jesus said unto his disciples: Ye are the salt of the earth: But if the salt have lost his savour, wherewith shall it be salted?” And so on, and that which followeth.
Consider how that the Lord saith: Ye are the salt of the earth: by the which figure he sheweth what a necessity of life is his teaching. By this figure he would have us know that we have an account to render, not of our own life only, but for the whole world. Not unto two cities, nor unto ten, nor unto twenty, nor unto one people, as I sent the Prophets, so send I you. But I send you unto every land and sea, even unto the whole world, lying groaning, as it is, under the burden of divers sins.
These words: Ye are the salt of the earth, shew unto us the whole nature of man as savourless, and of bad odour through the corruption of sin. And therefore he demandeth from his followers such qualities as are most needful and useful to the furthering of the salvation of many. He that is lowly in spirit, compassionate, meek, and a seeker after righteousness, shutteth not up his good things in his own heart, but rather is like a fountain whence good things freely flow forth unto his neighbour. He that is merciful, whose heart is pure, who seeketh peace, and who suffereth persecution for the truth's sake, is by the same token one whose life is for the good of the commonwealth.
Think not, saith the Lord, that the struggle is easy whereunto ye shall be called, nor that those are paltry things for which ye shall be held accountable. Ye are the salt of the earth. What then? Are ye to salt that which is corrupted? Nay, for it is impossible that what is once corrupted can be made sound by salting it. This it is not asked of them to do. But their work is to sprinkle with salt, and to keep fresh thereafter, such things as the Lord hath given over into their charge, for these things he himself hath made new, and freed them from all taint, before giving them. Christ's is the power that doth deliver from the corruption of sin. To preserve from falling away again is the duty and toil commanded to the Apostles.
Every priest in Malta must defy these malefactors. These men are betrayers of Christ and the Faith.
You must choose Fathers. Do you follow Our Lord Jesus Christ or will you father this man in to damnation?