Monday, 26 October 2015

The St. Gallen mafia machinations - the effect on the Conclave and the Synod

The themes of the Synod, the themes of the Sankt Gallen ‘mafia club’
ROME, October 24, 2015 (LifeSiteNews) - During the Synod of Bishops on the Family, which took place from 5-25 October, two well-informed German Vatican experts and journalists – Paul Badde and Julius Müller-Meiningen – have made reports, independently of one another and from their own evidence, concerning the vexed question as to whether there was indeed an influential group called the “Sankt Gallen Group”. That group is alleged to consist of liberal-minded cardinals and bishops who worked for the election of a pope who would himself help push the Church into a liberalizing and authority-devolving direction.                                 

On 10 October, for example, Paul Badde gave an interview to the German section of the Catholic News Agency, CNABadde was asked about the then-circulating report about Cardinal Danneels and about his own public confession that there existed indeed a kind of “mafia club” and that he was also part of it. Badde answered candidly – after repeating the serious charges against Cardinal Danneels himself as a protector of pedophiles and a promoter of pro-abortion laws – and he then confirmed, from his own experience, that Danneels indeed was part of such a group, a “prideful participant of a 'sort of mafia' within the college of cardinals.”       

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My Blog said...

I read the piece. Let's be realistic and put feelings aside for a little bit. We, faithful Catholics, are confronted with a vast majority of men-in-clergy-clothing who occupy powerful leading positions in the Church. These men are determined to changed the teachings of Christ because they don't suit their way of life.

They use a lot of tricks, from changing the wording or manipulating it, finding new language that seems Christ-like but have in reality, when carefully examined, a path to accomplishing their agenda. These people use bribery, threat, and even insults to attack or to control their opponents.

In a nutshell, the Catholic Church has been hijacked.

The question is: We, faithful Catholics, what do we do to get our Church back, aside from praying?

Well, there are many suggestions:

1 - Stop funding these people. Don't give money. Not in the plates or anywhere else. And not to so-called "Catholic Charities". All this money funds the heretics.

2 - Don't go to their Churches where they turned them into whore houses, night clubs and social clubs.

3 - Give a lot of support and put a pressure on the remainder faithful clergy, demanding them to do something at the Vatican to stop those who are conspiring against the Church. If they have to break Vatican or Church protocol to make their voice heard and to act, so be it, they have to do it. It is a serious matter. Talking nicely and gently protesting is not doing any good.

4 - The faithful Catholics need to gather and congregate, even more than it is being done now, online and in faithful to the Gospel Churches if they have any close to home to discuss, share, support each other and pray together until we take back the Universal Church.

5 - Finally, on a personal level, read the Bible. Study it. Contemplate and meditate its words. Christ's words are simple, easy and clear. No theological mambo-jumbo, no "new language", no burden. They are as 1-2-3. Black or White.

Vox Cantoris said...

Greg, I've noticed your comments here lately as, of course, they are moderated. I appreciate very much what you have to say.

Thank you!


George Brenner said...

The Synod Final Relatio's :

"The Bishops are called to exercise, in these cases, a pastoral discernment commensurate with their spiritual good." TO COMMIT HERESY

Passage 85 (made up of two paragraphs) is special; it quotes John Paul II's Familiaris Consortio # 84 but omits the part where communion for the "divorced-and-remarried" is forbidden. It also opens a path to doctrinal devolution by speaking of the "orientations of the bishop" with regards to the "divorced and remarried".
Mark 16: 19 20 "19 Going therefore, teach ye all nations; baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost. 20 Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and behold I am with you all days, even to the consummation of the world"

The new heretical version is to tweak and interpret Jesus words as individual clerics and pastors of the Church see fit. No mention of sin, repentance and forgiveness. No mention of the Our Father where we say "and lead us not into temptation' No mention of the Act of Contrition where we vow "to sin no more and avoid the near occasion of sin" Why can't a man and women live together before marriage if they promise not to have sex? Why can't a child play in the mud if he promises not to get dirty?

Consider as a venue that has been very effective on promoting causes and attacking immorality. We will not accept this immoral, filthy and evil sewage.

My Blog said...


I have no words to describe my pain seeing my Church in such a mess. The Bride of Christ is being raped.

The place where the faithful Catholics are suppose to find refuge, consolation, strengthening their faith, correcting their sins and a guidance to Heaven has been a place where many so-called "clergy" are leading souls to Hell.

"Repent" is being replaced by "accompaniment."

Christ's words are replaced by Satan's words.

Jesus wasn't nice to sinners. He always asked for Repentance first of all. The Baptist asked for Repentance. God in the Old Testament asked for Repentance.

Jesus left towns and didn't do any miracles in them because people rejected His Teachings.

He told his disciples to shake the dust off their feet if a house refuses to welcome them or people don't believe in His teachings.

What is more clear than that, Pope Francis and Synod Fathers?

You are not Catholics! Not even Christians!

My only consolation is reading the Bible carefully, following the notes and the references, and on many occasions things of our world are explained in the light of what I am reading.

God bless you. I see your zeal for the Church. Keep the faith.