Thursday, 9 March 2017

Those who should speak will fall silent

Let the Voxers discern:

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“Thus I make it known to you that from the end of the 19th century and shortly after the middle of the 20th century…the passions will erupt and there will be a total corruption of morals… As for the Sacrament of Matrimony, which symbolizes the union of Christ with His Church, it will be attacked and deeply profaned. Freemasonry, which will then be in power, will enact iniquitous laws with the aim of doing away with this Sacrament, making it easy for everyone to live in sin and encouraging procreation of illegitimate children born without the blessing of the Church … In this supreme moment of need for the Church, the one who should speak will fall silent.” -Our Lady of Good Success


Ana Milan said...

The one who should have spoken has abandoned us & those who promised a formal correction have gone eerily silent. Even the SSPX have said they don't foresee any improvement on their status with the behind scenes wrangling. Strange that very little is emerging in the way of leadership. If, as Cardinal Burke said, they have many supporters amongst the curia, why then is nobody speaking out against PF? Is this going to go on until next October? Our Lady said that Russia will be consecrated to Her Immaculate Heart & then will be Her Triumph. but that it will be late. How late is late? We expected that this wold be Her Year & some of us even hoped before May, as we don't like the thought of PF representing the CC at the Fatima centenary celebrations nor of him attending, yet again, the celebrations of Luther's Revolt on the 31 October next.

Has any journalist tried to contact Cardinal Burke? PF said his mission to Guam was almost finished, & there couldn't be a complete blackout of communications there if the Vatican is in contact with him.

Petrus Romanus said...

Bishop Fellay anyone?

Dorota Mosiewicz-Patalas said...

Those who should speak, if you are reading this, please speak.

“But when they arrest you, do not be anxious how or what you will speak, for it will be given to you in that hour what you should say."

Kathleen1031 said...

At least the "one", if not, many ones. Not only fall silent, but be the originator of error.
It is down to Our Lady and divine intervention. Nothing but those can rout these heretics nor do anything about the massive amounts of ugliness and sin we see everywhere. God help us.

Anonymous said...

In some cases it would be a blessing if they stayed silent.

Kathleen1031 said...

These are trying times. I am more resigned to it now. I have accepted there are none among these men of the church who are going to do anything to speak to the apostasy, nor about Bergolio who sits on the Chair of Peter.
You can't help but come back to the reality, he will not squat there one second longer than the Lord allows him to, and if He wanted to clean house, he could sweep the sodomites out of His church in a way we could never conceive. It is up to Him.
Read good spiritual literature and books. Pray, but we shouldn't be lost in anxiety. Have confidence God will right the ship in His own good time. Our Lady has also promised. These are tough times, while this is happening, our culture and world has obviously lost it's way as well. That is what would be expected when the Church leads the way to error.
Lord, please hear our prayers, and help us. Sustain your faithful.

MaryP said...

I think we need more "we" in our analysis. We as a people, as the members of the Church, have sinned, grievously, for decades. We are being punished and purified - corporately. We need to humble ourselves and do penance. We need to pray and speak out when it is our duty. We must seek mercy for all. But it is we, not they. Every small sin of commission or omission has helped create "those" heretics and "those" sinners. Christ identified with sinners and took a sinner's punishment. We should not hold ourselves above those who seek to destroy us, but instead know that God is allowing this, and while we fight nobly, we pray for all and want mercy on all.

Taliesin319 said...

Our Lord, Jesus, has not gone anywhere, He is no more than a prayer away. Rome has made it clear that we are on our own. That puts us in a position to trust Jesus who is now and has always been our way, our truth and our life. That and frequent review of our Catechism, the one we used before 1962 can light the way. The Novus Ordo is not the Mass as we knew it but it is the only game in town. Confession has become a Rite where no form of exhortation from the priest is ever given. Our Diocesan priests are told by their Bishops what they may say and they say nothing that cannot come under the heading of " Nice " So we now can consult Jesus, and depend on him and the Church as he founded it.
The Deposit of Faith was passed down to the Faithful, intact, we need to take responsibility to acquire and once more internalize that body of knowledge.

Anonymous said...

Excellent post, Mary. Thank you.