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Saturday 30 April 2016

Bishop of Rome welcomes his fellow Rotarians to the Vatican for audience -- Rotary funds Planned Parenthood!

In 1951, the Holy Office, now the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, under the authority of Pope Pius XII issued a decree banning priests from joining the Rotary Club. It was reported in the secular press at the time.

Rotary funds Planned Parenthood

Rotarians are not directly Freemasons, but the origin of Rotary is in Freemasonry as describied by Master Mason and Shriner, Joel Montgomery. According to Montgomery:

Freemasons were founding members of both the Lions Club and the Rotary Club.  Gustave E. Loehr, a Mason, was a charter member of the Rotary Club (though it was founded by Paul P. Harris, who was not a Mason to my knowledge), and Melvin Jones, the founder of the Lions Club, was actually a Mason.  But again - Lions and Rotary are not Masonic organizations.

Notwithstanding the Holy Office's decree, in 1999, Jorge Bergoglio, Archbishop of Buenos Aires graciously accepted Honourary membership in the "prestigious organisation."

Letter of Cardinal Bergoglio at the rotary club

Today, in Rome, Jorge Bergoglio, its Bishop, and at his invitation, had a special audience with Rotarians.


Pope greets Rotary members at special Jubilee Audience

Pope Francis greets members of Rotary International at Saturday's Jubilee Audience - AFP
Pope Francis greets members of Rotary International at Saturday's Jubilee Audience - AFP
30/04/2016 09:00

(Vatican Radio) Nearly 9,000 Rotary members attended the Jubilee Audience in St. Peter’s Square on Saturday at the invitation of Pope Francis. A delegation greeted the Pope at the end of the Audience.
Rotary, which brings together a global network of volunteer leaders dedicated to tackling the world’s most pressing humanitarian issues, kicked off the Rotarian Jubilee on Friday afternoon, with a conference on the challenges refugees are facing worldwide.
The conference organized by the Jesuit Refugee Service - in partnership with Rotary, UNHCR and WFP -  and entitled “Helping Refugees to Start Over”, focused on the work that can be done to give millions of refugees dignity and quality education – the best possible tool for them to be able to shape their lives, not lose hope, dream of a future. 
Linda Bordoni spoke to Ravi Ravindran, President of Rotary International about the Jubilee Audience with the Pope and about Rotary’s commitment to improving the lives of refugees.
Listen to the full interview:
Mr. Ravindran called Pope Francis a model for Rotarians, saying "he is doing exactly what every Rotarian should be doing. So we see a great synergy of thought with this Pope, and being here, receiving his blessing, I think is something quite wonderful for us."
"We are all very excited; we are passionate about this. We have Rotarians who have come from 80 countries to be present, so you can imagine the excitement."
Mr. Ravindran compared the conference on giving refugees a new start to lighting a candle in the darkness. "I realize that trying to take on this whole problem is beyond us. I have to be honest and say that Rotary cannot solve this problem, but rather than cursing the darkness, we can light a candle. I definitely know of many, many Rotary Clubs who in their own small way are doing what they can to give refuge, to educate, to take care, to nurse refugees. So if many of us do what we are doing, then to a large extent the problem gets alleviated."

"Bi"-cycling, Bergoglio Bishop!

Bicycling in the Sanctuary --- The "Model" of the "Merciful" Bishops

Archbishop Lorefice Travels With His Bike Through the Presbyterium
of his Cathedral
(Rome) The new Archbishop of Palermo, recently appointed by Pope Francis, Msgr. Corrado Lorefice, swung himself in a bicycle and drove through the presbyterium of his Cathedral.
"Sometimes I ask myself whether certain prelates do not invent these surprises from a mere desire to see if they come into the media and land especially on certain blogs, for example, ours ..." according to the traditional website Messa in Latino.

Friday 29 April 2016

The Lutheran heresy in Amoris Laetitia

The words of Our Lord Jesus Christ as recorded by St. Matthew the Apostle and St. Mark the Evangelist whose feast day just past a few days ago, said:

“The Son of Man will send his angels, and they will gather out of his kingdom all causes of sin and all law-breakers, and throw them into the fiery furnace. In that place there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth.  So it will be at the end of the age. The angels will come out and separate the evil from the righteous and throw them into the fiery furnace. In that place there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth.” Matthew 13:41-42, 49-50
“And if your hand causes you to sin, cut it off. It is better for you to enter life crippled than with two hands to go to hell, to the unquenchable fire…where their worm does not die and the fire is not quenched.’ For everyone will be salted with fire.” Mark 9:43, 48-49
If what follows below is heresy; if this is one of the reasons that King Henry VIII called out for the execution of Father Martin Luther, to which he responded in a manner that history would prove, ironic:

"O Defender of the sacraments! O Supporter of the Romish church, twice a Thomist and by far the most deserving of the Pope's indulgence!"  Martinus Lutherus contra Henricum Regem Angliæ

If this is what split the Church of Europe and left tens of millions of souls to this day lost:

"If you are a preacher of mercy, do not preach an imaginary but the true mercy.  If the mercy is true, you must therefore bear the true, not an imaginary sin.  God does not save those who are only imaginary sinners.  Be a sinner, and let your sins be strong, but let your trust in Christ be stronger, and rejoice in Christ who is the victor over sin, death, and the world.  We will commit sins while we are here, for this life is not a place where justice resides. We, however, says Peter (2. Peter 3:13) are looking forward to a new heaven and a new earth where justice will reign.  It suffices that through God's glory we have recognized the Lamb who takes away the sin of the world. No sin can separate us from Him, even if we were to kill or commit adultery thousands of times each day.  Do you think such an exalted Lamb paid merely a small price with a meager sacrifice for our sins?  Pray hard for you are quite a sinner." A Letter From Martin Luther to Melanchthon, Letter no. 99, 1 August 1521

Then what, pray tell, is this?

“No one can be condemned for ever, because that is not the logic of the Gospel!” Amoris Laetitia 297 Jorge Bergoglio, Bishop of Rome as he asked to be called.

Pope must make "a correction!"

"Each individual cardinal, as well as each bishop and each priest is now called to preserve in his field of authority the Catholic Sacramental Order and to confess it publicly. If the pope is not willing to make a correction, it is up to another pontificate to officially put things back into order." Robert Spaemann, Professor of Philosophy

Thursday 28 April 2016

"Nothing will ever be the same again"

When the Masonic Press Agency tell you that the Master of the Grand Lodge of Italy says it, you might want to believe it and then ask yourself; "Why?"

Heresiarch Kasper: Pope will not preserve that which has been! Do you get it yet friends? The Pope IS the problem!

It really is time Catholics; wake up! Get out of your doldrums and your daydreams and your fantasy that all is well. The crisis in the Church which came to the surface during and after the Second Vatican Council, the crisis and heresy of Modernism is upon us now greater than ever. Prelate after prelate and even the Pope, the Bishop of Rome himself, Jorge Bergoglio, are now proving on a daily basis that they do not hold to the orthodox Catholic faith. They are Modernists - heretics, through, and through. 

Cardinals and Bishops, wake up and demand clarity and faithfulness or you will be held accountable before the Lord for the loss of millions of souls. Yours will be damned in the lowest pit of Hell if you stand by and allow these heresiarchs to undermine the Faith and scandalise the little people.

Pope Bergoglio is whining because we are concentrating on this issue. This issue of Holy Communion for adulterers is only one. It doesn't matter how much scripture and how many other phrases in the document are beautiful, there is enough heresy in it to nullify the whole mess of pig slop that it is. 

Exalting Feminism. Downplaying manhood. Uplifting "irregular" situations. state-sponsored sex-education, soft-pedaling sodomy. It's all in there, read it, if you don't believe this writer. 

It matters not that he speaks against abortion and euthanasia. If those are the two things by which we measure Bergoglio's Catholicism and the orthodoxy of this waste of trees then we've set the bar of what it means to be a Catholic, pretty damn low!



The German Option of the Argentine Pope

Cardinal Kasper and the progressive wing of the Church of Germany have gotten what they wanted. On communion for the divorced and remarried, Francis is on their side. He made up his mind a while ago, and has acted accordingly

by Sandro Magister

ROME, April 28, 2016 – The definitive confirmation of Pope Francis’s endorsement of the German solution to the crucial question of communion for the divorced and remarried has come from Germany’s most famous cardinal and theologian, Walter Kasper, in an interview published on April 22 in the Aachen newspaper "Aachener Zeitung":

Kasper: Pope Intends “Not to Preserve Everything as it has Been”


On 22 April, Cardinal Walter Kasper gave yet another interview about Pope Francis and his reforms. This time, he spoke with the German regional newspaper Aachener Zeitung. In this interview, the German cardinal made some candid — indeed, bold — statements which are very important in the context of the current situation of the Catholic Church.
Kasper speaks about the further Church-reform plans of Pope Francis and his intention “not to preserve everything as it has been of old.” With Pope Francis, “things are not any more so abstract and permeated with suspicion, as it was the case in earlier times” within the Church. When asked whether there is also a new tone within the Church, Kasper answers: “Yes, a new tone.” He also responds in a more positive way to the question as to whether the German Bishops’ Conference now have a “tail wind” and says: “Certainly.” And he continues, in the context of the question about “remarried” divorcees, by saying that Pope Francis has agreed with him about making some “humane decisions.” The German cardinal recounts how he once told Pope Francis about a priest whom he knew who had decided not to forbid a “remarried” mother to receive Holy Communion on the day of the First Holy Communion of her daughter. Cardinal Kasper himself concurred with that priest’s decision, saying: “That priest was fully right.” About his further conversation with the pope, he added these words: “I told this to the pope and he confirmed my attitude [with the following words]: ‘That is where the pastor has to make the decision.’” Kasper concludes: “There is now a tail wind to help solve such situations in a humane way.”
The rest of this can be read at:

Wednesday 27 April 2016

SSPX is coming home soon - whether some like it or not!

Reports have now reached the main-stream Catholic media that it is possible or even likely that the Society of St. Pius X will be reconciled with no conditions.

Of course there should be no conditions. They are already Catholic!

The suspension of Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre back in the 1970's was unjust. It was a disgraceful and scandalous action on the part of Paul VI and those around him. 

Whether or not the later excommunication was just or not at this point is moot. Archbishop Lefebvre is no longer "excommunicated" he is dead. On his deathbed, he received Extreme Unction. Presumably it was administered by a priest of the Society. In that case, that priest had Faculties due to "danger of death." If the excommunication was unjust, he had no sin. If it was just, then his "sin" whatever it was, was absolved. If he, in his mind, believed that he was acting in a true "emergency," his excommunication was indeed, unjust and he was right.

The fact is, at this point, it is done. They were revoked by our Pope, Benedict XVI.

The "illegality" of the traditional Mass was itself "illegal." This was confirmed as well, by Benedict XVI in Summorum Pontificum.

May it happen soon.

In Toronto, Transfiguration Chapel has already had to add a third Sunday Mass and they are only two kilometers from The Oratory where two Masses Read and Solemn are celebrated each Sunday. After the funeral of Father Stephen Somerville, at which I was privileged to assist (as well as the late Father Nicholas Gruner's). A few years ago, I assisted there regularly on Sundays and Feast Days in the Schola at a time when I was between positions as a Choir Director or Cantor. 

I asked where the people were coming from causing the addition of the third Mass. Some came from typical parishes who have read and discovered the truth that was denied them and some from the existing Sunday Masses at the Oratory, St. Lawrence the Martyr and St. Patrick's in Schomberg and the various Feast Day Masses organised by the hard-working Toronto Traditional Mass Society - Una Voce Toronto. Some came from the Hamilton Diocese, Oakville, Burlington and north. People were looking "for all of it" according to Father. A parish that embraced the traditional liturgy completely. 

I assure you, if this reconciliation happens, there won't be enough hours available for the Masses that will be needed to accommodate the people who will flock there. 

Anyone who does not welcome this overdue structural recognition and mocks this great gift and these long-suffering abused brothers and sisters has a twisted view of the Catholic faith and displays a contempt for truth and justice. People calling them, and probably you, dear reader, as a "Katholic Krazy" or that they are a "Trojan Horse." For those who think this way I have this message, "the horse has already been inside the gates and you've drunken from its breast."

For others still, there will be a lot of crow to eat.

Tuesday 26 April 2016

Official response and translation of Bishop Athanasius Schneider to Amoris Laetitia

Posted here courtesy of Rorate, Bishop Schneider has asked this be distributed far and wide. 

Praise Jesus our Lord for this holy Catholic bishop!

May St. Michael protect him.

"Amoris laetitia": a need for clarification in order to avoid a general confusion

The paradox of the contradictory interpretations of "Amoris laetitia"

The recently published Apostolic Exhortation “Amoris laetitia” (AL), which contains a plethora of spiritual and pastoral riches with regard to life within marriage and the Christian family in our times, has unfortunately, within a very short time, led to very contradictory interpretations even among the episcopate.

There are bishops and priests who publicly and openly declare that AL represents a very clear opening-up to communion for the divorced and remarried, without requiring them to practice continence. In their opinion, it is this aspect of sacramental practice, which, according to them, is now to undergo a significant change that gives AL its truly revolutionary character. Interpreting AL with reference to irregular couples, a president of a Bishops’ Conference has stated, in a text published on the website of the same Bishops’ Conference: “This is a disposition of mercy, an openness of heart and of spirit that needs no law, awaits no guideline, nor bides on prompting.  It can and should happen immediately”.

The rest of this important article can be read at the link below:

St. Irenaeus preached as heresy "various ways of interpreting some aspects of that teaching or drawing certain consequences from it."

We read from Amoris Laetitia the following words of Pope Francis.

Para: 3. Since “time is greater than space”, I would make it clear that not all discussions of doctrinal, moral or pastoral issues need to be settled by interventions of the magisterium. Unity of teaching and practice is certainly necessary in the Church, but this does not preclude various ways of interpreting some aspects of that teaching or drawing certain consequences from it. This will always be the case as the Spirit guides us towards the entire truth (cf. Jn 16:13), until he leads us fully into the mystery of Christ and enables us to see all things as he does. Each country or region, moreover, can seek solutions better suited to its culture and sensitive to its traditions and local needs. For “cultures are in fact quite diverse and every general principle… needs to be inculturated, if it is to be respected and applied”.

We read also from yesterday's Feast of St. Mark the Evangelist this Treatise against Heresies by Saint Irenaeus in the Office of Readings, or Matins, of the Liturgy of the Hours:

Second Reading From the treatise Against Heresies by Saint Irenaeus, Bishop - Preaching truth 
The Church, which has spread everywhere, even to the ends of the earth, received the faith from the apostles and their disciples. By faith, we believe in one God, the almighty Father who made heaven and earth and the sea and all that is in them. We believe in one Lord Jesus Christ, the Son of God, who became man for our salvation. And we believe in the Holy Spirit who through the prophets foretold God’s plan: the coming of our beloved Lord Jesus Christ, his birth from the Virgin, his passion, his resurrection from the dead, his ascension into heaven, and his final coming from heaven in the glory of his Father, to recapitulate all things and to raise all men from the dead, so that, by the decree of his invisible Father, he may make a just judgement in all things and so that every knee should bow in heaven and on earth and under the earth to Jesus Christ our Lord and our God, our Saviour and our King, and every tongue confess him. 
The Church, spread throughout the whole world, received this preaching and this faith and now preserves it carefully, dwelling as it were in one house. Having one soul and one heart, the Church holds this faith, preaches and teaches it consistently as though by a single voice. For though there are different languages, there is but one tradition. The faith and the tradition of the churches founded in Germany are no different from those founded among the Spanish and the Celts, in the East, in Egypt, in Libya and elsewhere in the Mediterranean world. Just as God’s creature, the sun, is one and the same the world over, so also does the Church’s preaching shine everywhere to enlighten all men who want to come to a knowledge of the truth. 
Now of those who speak with authority in the churches, no preacher however forceful will utter anything different – for no one is above the Master – nor will a less forceful preacher diminish what has been handed down. Since our faith is everywhere the same, no one who can say more augments it, nor can anyone who says less diminish it. 

It is time to stop clapping!

It is time to stop clapping.  
The world insults the Church, it hates Her and it accuses Her. ...  the members of the Church have joined forces with the world in its revolution against God. ...The world is now applauding our Holy Father. World liberal elites line up for audiences with the Pope with chequebook in hand. From an enemy of the ungodly revolution now the Church has become and instrument of, revolution with the Bishop of Rome leading the procession of radical change in tiara and cope, er, check that; mitre and cope! ...  With his latest document namely, Amoris Laetitia, the joy of married love our pope has largely joined in the sexual revolution ... and the world is applauding ... it is time we stop clapping. ... Amoris Laetitia is offensive. ... 

Can. 211 All Christ's faithful have the obligation and the right to strive so that the divine message of salvation may more and more reach all people of all times and all places.

Can. 212 §1 Christ's faithful, conscious of their own responsibility, are bound to show christian obedience to what the sacred Pastors, who represent Christ, declare as teachers of the faith and prescribe as rulers of the Church.

§2 Christ's faithful are at liberty to make known their needs, especially their spiritual needs, and their wishes to the Pastors of the Church.

§3 They have the right, indeed at times the duty, in keeping with their knowledge, competence and position, to manifest to the sacred Pastors their views on matters which concern the good of the Church. They have the right also to make their views known to others of Christ's faithful, but in doing so they must always respect the integrity of faith and morals, show due reverence to the Pastors and take into account both the common good and the dignity of individuals.
It is time to stop clapping.

Like that guy did.

Monday 25 April 2016

Bishop of Rome - "It doesn't matter" which religion you follow! What is the context?

The Bishop of Rome made a surprise visit to the Focolare Cult's celebration of Gaia on Sunday. Crux, has a translation of his remarks wherein he said:
Look, these are the things that come to my mind. How to do this? Simply in the awareness that we all have something in common, we’re all human. And in this humanity, we can get close to each other to work together … “But I belong to this religion, or to that one …” it doesn’t matter!  Let’s all go forward to work together, respecting each other, respecting! I see this miracle: the miracle of a desert that becomes a forest.  
In the nineteenth verse of the twenty-eighth chapter of the Gospel according to St. Matthew, Our blessed Lord Jesus Christ said:
"Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptising them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit."
That Divine Commission means that all people on earth are to be baptised as Christians and received into the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church. That is the command of Jesus.

Some questions have arisen about the "context" on a Facebook post of this blog and by my good friend, Mark, in the combox.

The preceding paragraphs refer to forgiveness and building up. Those are the things that come to his "mind" when he makes the next statement. He theorised about a fictitious person saying that they belong to "this religion, or to that one," but he then says, "it doesn't matter." 

He says, "Let’s all go forward to work together, respecting each other, respecting! I see this miracle: the miracle of a desert that becomes a forest. Thanks for everything you do!"

 It actually confirms the hypothetical "it doesn't matter" which religion as being fine as long as there is this "respect."  He was referring to a hypothetical situation, but his answer to it is to leave people in whatever religion. As long as we all get along that is just fine. This is not the Christian Gospel!

In daily life, I must "respect" others whom I work and interact with, this is the basis of a civil society, but the Vicar of Christ must preach CHRIST, not polite social interaction for secular achievement!

It surely matters!

That is the problem. 

Context is everything, indeed. 

"Will this Pope re-write controversial Church doctrines? No. But that isn't how doctrine changes. Doctrine changes when pastoral contexts shift and new insights emerge such that particularly doctrinal formulations no longer mediate the saving message of God's transforming love. Doctrine changes when the Church has leaders and teachers who are not afraid to take note of new contexts and emerging insights. It changes when the Church has pastors who do what Francis has been insisting: leave the securities of your chanceries, of your rectories, of your safe places, of your episcopal residences go set aside the small minded rules that often keep you locked up and shielded from the world."

With that quote, (originating at the NCReporter) Father Thomas J. Rosica, on numerous occasions, laid out the plan of the Synods on the Family and the Apostolic Exhortation of Pope Francis.

They've won the battle.

Christ has won the war.

Viva Cristo Rey!

Sunday 24 April 2016

Bishop Schneider call on Pope Francis to clarify to avoid a general confusion - issues stunning rebuke of Amoris Laetitia!

Bishop Athanasius Schneider has now weighed in on Amoris Laetitia calling on Pope Francis to issue an "authentic interpretation," for which another interpretation will most likely be required. He has asked the Pope to declare the "principle of the infallible Magisterium" on the issue of adulterers receiving Holy Communion.

"The See of Peter, that is, the Sovereign Pontiff, is the guarantor of the unity of the Faith and of Apostolic and Sacramental discipline. Considering the confusion that has arisen among priests and bishops in the sacramental practice with regard to the divorced and remarried and in the interpretation of AL, one can consider as legitimate an appeal to our dear Pope Francis, the Vicar of Christ and "the sweet Christ on earth "(St. Catherine of Siena), to order  the publication of an authentic interpretation of AL, which should necessarily contain an explicit declaration of the disciplinary principle of the infallible Magisterium regarding the admission to the sacraments of the divorced-remarried, as formulated in the n. 84 of Familiaris Consortio."

He is quite clear that some or much of AL is open to false interpretation and that the document breaks from Divine Law in the Sixth Commandment and the very words of Our Lord Jesus Christ Himself.

Reading his words, 6000, about 10% AL, is invigorating, it is Catholic unlike what has issue forth from the Pope, the most verbose, obtuse and destructive piece of bile ever issued from the Vatican.

Pope Francis must be held accountable by the bishops and lay faithful for his grievous error in this wretched document. These malefactors can never be part of any sacred hierarchy of the Church and that includes the Bishop of Rome himself if he fails to teach and sanctify and rather, allows this travesty to stand. They will get no respect from this writer while they actively engage in auto-demolition of the faith.

One can imagine his indigestion at breakfast this morning.

Bishops, speak up or be damned!

The whole article in Italian can be found in Italian at:

Friday 22 April 2016

Pope Francis says we should listen to this Cardinal - I don't think so!



Mouvement Tradition Quebec has uncovered that the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops has funded the Protestant heretical sect, the United Church of Canada with over $115,000 yearly. 

The CCCB's revenue comes from their profit on publications, annual collections and levies on dioceses across Canada generated from the collection plate in each parish. 

The United Church of Canada was formed as an amalgamation of Congregationalists, Methodists and some Presbyterian congregations. It has, historically, been the most liberal of the mainline protestant sects in Canada and in a recent statement before a Parliamentary Committee studying Euthanasia in Canada (legislation now introduced) on assisted suicide and murder; the ecclesial community stated:
Legislation for physician-assisted dying might, however, provide for careful assessment of such situations and allow, at a time of choosing of the individual, for the insertion of an intravenous drip and the provision of a mechanical aid that could begin the insertion of lethal medication into the drip on the action of the individual (perhaps controlled by a breath tube).
In August 2000, the 37th General Council affirmed that:
“human sexual orientations, whether heterosexual or homosexual, are a gift from God and part of the marvellous diversity of creation." 
Three years later, on February 1, 2003, the next General council decided "to call upon the Government of Canada to recognise same-sex marriages in marriage legislation. The “Reverend” Dr. Jim Sinclair, General Secretary of the General Council, said: 
"Marriage will be enhanced, not diminished, religious freedom will be protected, not threatened, and Canadian society will be strengthened, not weakened, as a result of this legislation." 
Jackie Harper, as Church's program staff for Family Ministries, said: 
"A significant, unique contribution that the United Church brings to this debate is the denomination's own experience of making same-sex marriage ceremonies available to its members and, at the same time, respecting the right of those within the denomination who are opposed to such services ... Religious marriage is not, and cannot be, affected by the proposed legislation. All faith communities in Canada, whatever their views on same-sex marriage, have the absolute right to determine for themselves who will be eligible for religious marriage within their communities. This includes the right to determine whether the community will offer religious marriages to interfaith couples, to divorced couples, or to couples who are not members of the community." 
Now, we find out that this evil agenda of a radical remaking of the tradition and social construct of Canada in both terms of so-called "marriage" between member of the same-sex and euthanasia has been funded in part, by Catholics in the pew as a result of malefactors at the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops!

Accountability for actions cannot only be left up to God, but know that He surely will hold these evildoers responsible.

Accountability must be demanded now from the Catholic laity in Canada for this gross injustice and evil act and abuse of the funds of Catholics to support a protestant heretical sect that puts forth values that are not Catholic, not Christian and is responsible for the continuing undermining and rendering of the garment of of Christ, universal and the Church.

Not one penny in one collection plate. Not one dollar to one pastoral plan.

Stop now. 

Cut them off!

Mouvement Tradition Québec



Canadian Bishops: 115,000 dollars to the United Church each year

Bishop Lépine reminded us in an interview he gave on Friday at the Journal de Montreal (26/03/2016)

"We do not have a huge investment fund whose interests allow us to live, no matter what incoming.We rely on the generosity of our faithful and that's it, our fragility. These people give less to the quest one year and there is a problem. "

What he fails to mention is that the dioceses of Quebec and the other provinces fund with this money every year, community organizations that are far from Catholics.

Not surprising if one knows that the most serious example is given by the Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB) , the governing body of all Canadian bishops (which also serve Lépine and Bishop Mgr Lacroix).

According to the latest report (2014) of the CCCB  made ​​to the Canada Revenue Agency, the $ 782,640given to 19 organizations  :

Dioceses Northern (James Bay, White Horse, Hudson Bay ...) each receive $ 55,000 from the "treasure" Catholic.

The Archdiocese of St. John receives $ 48,000

The Archdiocese of Quebec receives $ 10,000.

While the majority of donations to organizations vary between $ 965 and $ 80,000, some suspicious items appear repeatedly:

The United Church of Canada , Liberal Protestant persuasion known for its many heresies (promoting abortion and contraception, Ministry of Women and sodomites), annually receives its stamp of $ 115,000. In 2014, this was 14% donated by the CCCB.

From 2010 to 2014, in all annual statements provided to the Canada Revenue Agency appears   - from donations to dioceses in difficulty and various organizations - the famous amount of $ 115,000 to the United Church.

The Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops has never hidden its new post-conciliar orientation ecumenist, but since when this ecumenism helps finance the Protestant sects with money from Catholics?


The profile of the organization of the Canadian bishops, Concacan INC.

Last declaration INC Concacan the Canada Revenue Agency

The United Church and its moral questionable reproductive - paper erased found in "cache"

A good example of LGBT activity overseen by the United Church 

List of Canadian bishops who lead the CCCB http://donate2charities.ca/en/CONCACAN.INC.._.0_118871698RR0001

The interview Friday Monsignor Lepine, tolerance of Islam, state of finances diocèses… http://www.journaldemontreal.com/2016/03/25/leglise-de-montreal-a-la-defense-des-musulmans