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Thursday 30 June 2016

Jorge Bergoglio violates the Catechism on Capital Punishment

If I, as a Catholic, stood in public and delivered an address, or wrote here on this blog, something that is entirely inconsistent with the Catechism of the Catholic Church and two millennia of teaching, I would be called at best a dissenter, and at worst, a heretic. 

If I gave it as a private opinion, that is one thing, but if I were in a teaching position at a Catholic university or if I were a cleric in an exalted position, that would be something quite different.

What if I did this and I happened to be the Bishop of Rome, the Pope?

Capital Punishment is morally permissible. It is even justified in some cases. We do not need to get into a debate here about which case and when it should be used, it is simply fact. 

Killing is sometimes necessary. If someone attempts to kill me or my wife or the child next door, I am morally obligated as a man to stop it, even if it means I must kill that person.This is not against the Fifth Commandment which speaks of "willful murder."

Nation states are free to choose whether capital punishment is something for their lands. Most have abolished it, certainly in the West, except for the United States, Belarus and some Caribbean island nations. The rest include China, Africa, Asia and the Middle East and mostly in Islamic countries. Frankly, I regret that in certain cases, it is not an option in Canada. We can list recent heinous murderers and rapists such as Paul Bernardo, Clifford Olson and Robert Pickton.

So just who is Pope Bergoglio lecturing here?

If we are to believe this Pope Bergoglio, then God Himself is a great violator of His own Commandments, for He ordered Israel on many occasions to kill its enemies.

I am well aware of what Pope John Paul II said about Capital Punishment, it is not the same.

This Bishop of Rome has also stated that "life in prison is like a death sentence." Presumably then, we should just let murders and rapists and sodomites who committed buggery on children should roam around after a few years under some lie of "mercy" only to do it again.

Jorge Bergoglio is free to hold any heterodox position he chooses to hold, It is his soul. 

He is not free to promulgate heresy throughout the world.

Wednesday 29 June 2016

Pope's comments on marriage are "reckless ... troubling" and an "unacceptable opinion"

They're finally getting it.

Conservative NovusOrdoIsm is waking up to our reality!


SSPX issues communique - "The proclamation of Catholic doctrine requires the denunciation of errors that have made their way into it and are unfortunately encouraged including (by) the Pope himself."

The Society of St. Pius X has issued a communique today following its meeting of major superiors. 

The Pope is in error on much, he has sown seeds of discord and promulgated confusion, insults and he has even written and spoken heretical statements and praised the enemies of Catholicism. He has prayed with the enemies of Christ, the Mohammedans (as have his two predecessors) and he has asked schismatic and heretical sect leaders who have lead millions of Catholics away from the true Faith, to "bless" him.

On a weekly basis, Jorge Bergoglio gives scandal to the true Faith and to faithful Catholics everywhere. 

The time is coming when great churchmen will need to confront him and denounce his actions and this papacy.

He, who is pictured below, will be amongst them.

mgr fellay communique

At the conclusion of the meeting of the major superiors of the Society of Saint Pius X that was held in Switzerland, from June 25 to 28, 2016, the Superior General addressed the following communiqué:

The purpose of the Society of Saint Pius X is chiefly the formation of priests, the essential condition for the renewal of the Church and for the restoration of society.

  1. In the great and painful confusion that currently reigns in the Church, the proclamation of Catholic doctrine requires the denunciation of errors that have made their way into it and are unfortunately encouraged by a large number of pastors, including the Pope himself.
  2. The Society of Saint Pius X, in the present state of grave necessity which gives it the right and duty to administer spiritual aid to the souls that turn to it, does not seek primarily a canonical recognition, to which it has a right as a Catholic work. It has only one desire: faithfully to bring the light of the bi-millennial Tradition which shows the only route to follow in this age of darkness in which the cult of man replaces the worship of God, in society as in the Church.
  3. The “restoration of all things in Christ” intended by Saint Pius X, following Saint Paul (cf. Ep.h 1:10), cannot happen without the support of a Pope who concretely favors the return to Sacred Tradition. While waiting for that blessed day, the Society of Saint Pius X intends to redouble its efforts to establish and to spread, with the means that Divine Providence gives to it, the social reign of Our Lord Jesus Christ.
  4. The Society of Saint Pius X prays and does penance for the Pope, that he might have the strength to proclaim Catholic faith and morals in their entirety. In this way he will hasten the triumph of the Immaculate Heart of Mary that we earnestly desire as we approach the centennial of the apparitions in Fatima.

Bishop Bernard Fellay, Superior General of the Society of Saint Pius X
Ecône, June 29, 2016

The Feast of Saints Peter and Paul

Tuesday 28 June 2016

A young reader asks, "Who will apologise to my parents?

From the combox and out of the mouths of babes, though I suspect Michael would not want to be called one...

My name is Michael, I am 12 years old. My mom has been homeschooling us, my two sisters and myself for 6 years. My youngest brother (3 years old) will also be home-schooled. 

My parents have sacrificed so much for us to have a better education than the one offered in the schools, but most of all to protect us from the evil that was and is being taught in the schools. 

I see my mom sometimes cry and she apologizes to us for the world the way it is, that we cannot have a childhood like she had. We tell her she doesn't have to say sorry, it's not her fault. I do not understand what is happening in the Church, I just know it is not right. 

Why do we have to apologize to people who say they are lgbtqrstuvwxyz,  because I know God only created two genders, male and female, and He blessed them. So they choose to go against God. I don't understand why people clap in church, I don't understand why they talk and laugh while Jesus hangs on the cross up at the altar, and looks at them from the Tabernacle. 

I may be a kid, but who will apologize to my parents for having to sacrifice everything to keep us from the evil of this world, who have sacrificed everything to teach us properly about God, about His Church, to teach us to stand up for what is right even if it means we might not have any friends? 

Who will say sorry to my parents especially my mom, who has gone to meetings with teachers and principals and written letters to the priests and cardinals, so that they might change something at least in the so called catholic school, so that we could go without being looked at like weirdos? 

We went back last year for 6 months and it was not good, at all. We will be homeschooled for good now, which means my mom has to stay home with us all the time, my dad has to work longer hours because he is the only one working to support us. 

Who will apologize to my parents, will you Pope Francis? My name is Michael and I love God and I love my parents and I hope that there are still good priests and bishops and cardinals who will do something to stop this evil. 

Ps. I got permission from my parents to write a comment. 

Thank you.

The Pope Francis praise of Martin Luther began with Pope Benedict XVI - they are in fact, two sides of the same modernist coin, but not just them.

Through the research of a very welcomed and regular commenter on this blog, Mark Thomas, comes a reminder which most of us may have forgotten. After posting this, Wolverine, another commenter, left a link to a New York Times article from 1983 where John Paul II himself, also praised Martin Luther wherein the Times states:
"The Pope referred to Luther as the theologian who ''contributed in a substantial way to the radical change in the ecclesiastical and secular reality in the West.'' He continued: ''Our world still experiences his great impact on history.''
In the interests of truth and fairness, it is incumbent upon us to be thorough and honest in our criticism of Pope Francis. This scandal did not begin with him and sadly, it does not appear that it will end with him.

The recent aeroplane interview, a regular occurrence and cross, so it seems, has revealed much more. As I wrote previously, there is also his praise of the wretched heretic Martin Luther, who's act 500 years ago will be commemorated by Pope Bergoglio in Lund, Sweden this coming October, presumably. Whilst we are justifiably concerned about the comments of Pope Francis pertaining to our need for sorrow over how we've abused sodomites for two millennia, our focus should also on the praise of the man who ripped apart Christendom and lead tens to hundreds of millions of souls to Hell.

Jorge Bergoglio was not the first Pope to praise him, Joseph Ratzinger was!

Look, the problem we have today with Pope Francis is because of Pope Benedict XVI. His actions in February 2013 lead to this. He is responsible. He forsook his office. He abandoned his flock to be hounded by wolves - modernist, heretical, savage wolves, worse than himself.

Earlier today, at a celebration of the 65th anniversary of his ordination, Joseph Ratzinger who gave no sign of being incapable of still being Pope, said:
"His goodness from the first election day and in every moment of my life, I am struck. His goodness is the place where I live and I feel protected" 
Lay the cause at the feet of the problem and hold to the fire the feet of those who refuse to fix it.

The Pope, Martin Luther, and Our Time 

September 25, 2011 A.D., by Mark Brumley, The Catholic World Report

“Martin Luther” is not a popular figure in most Catholic circles. But now here comes Pope Benedict XVI, a fellow German, visiting his homeland and speaking to German Evangelical Christians, i.e. Lutherans, as we call them here.

"The Holy Father seems comfortable talking about Luther with Lutherans, even talking with obvious regard and sympathy for Luther. Shocking? Not to those who have followed the nuances of Catholic teaching on non-Catholic Christians as it has developed, especially as expressed in the teaching of the Second Vatican Council and in papal teaching since then.

"Pope Benedict shows how a Catholic can have a certain sympathetic reading of Luther, notwithstanding the same Catholic’s rejection of Luther’s repudiation of the Catholic Church.

"In this way, a Catholic can see what is most important when it comes to assessing Luther—not denying the problems with him but also not overlooking what Luther got right or demonizing him.

"In his address Benedict makes a number of key points regarding Luther. First, there is Luther’s “burning question”, as Benedict puts it: “what is God’s position towards me, where do I stand before God?” This remains the central question of life today, even though many people don’t realize it.

"Second, there is Luther’s Christ-centered spirituality. Benedict clearly thinks on both of these points Luther is right and that calling attention to this fact is important for all Christians today.

"When it comes to ecumenism, the most important point for Benedict is that we keep in view our common ground as Christians: “It was the error of the Reformation period that for the most part we could only see what divided us and we failed to grasp existentially what we have in common in terms of the great deposit of sacred Scripture and the early Christian creeds. For me, the great ecumenical step forward of recent decades is that we have become aware of all this common ground, that we acknowledge it as we pray and sing together, as we make our joint commitment to the Christian ethos in our dealings with the world, as we bear common witness to the God of Jesus Christ in this world as our inalienable, shared foundation.”

Monday 27 June 2016

Pope Bergoglio is "angry"

It seems that the Pope is angry because the media has not told "the truth of things" relating to deaconnettes? It was one of the other little gems that came out of his interview enroute home from Armenia.

It seems that this Pope has you to make a determination that he should stop talking off the cuff - be it in an aeroplane or anywhere else because every time he does he says something that makes the Catholic faithful groan and the world raise its mockery to just one more level.

Perhaps he should look in the mirror and see the problem first hand. 

Vatican City, Jun 27, 2016 / 01:20 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Pope Francis told journalists on Sunday that he was somewhat angered when reports emerged that the Church was allegedly paving the way for the ordination of women to the diaconate, since no such change is in the works.

“The first to be surprised by this news was me,” the Pope said June 26 during an in-flight press briefing en route to Rome following his three-day visit to Armenia.

“They said: 'The Church opens the door to deaconesses.' Really? I am a bit angry because this is not telling the truth of things.”


Bergoglio praised Luther - who will denounce him?

Lest you think that this Bergoglio only betrayed the faithful Catholics in Courage and those such as Joseph Sciambra, how about the fact that he praised Martin Luther!

In the rest of that disgusting, rambling, incoherent, offensive and pathetic bile on the interview back from Armenia there was even this praise of that filthy heretic who caused the loss of tens of millions of souls into Hell. 

Now, this Bergoglio praised him, along with sodomites, as he warms up for his trip to Sweden. What more idiocy can this man say on his next plane trip home from somewhere.

Where are the cardinals and bishops who will find the courage to call this man a danger to the faith and a heretic?

Kleinjung: Too much beer … Holy Father, I wanted to ask you a question. Today you spoke of the gifts of the shared Churches, of the gifts shared by the Churches together. Seeing that you will go in I believe four months to Lund for the commemoration of the 500th anniversary of the reformation, I think perhaps this is also the right moment for us not only to remember the wounds on both sides but also to recognize the gifts of the reformation. Perhaps also – this is a heretical question – perhaps to annul or withdraw the excommunication of Martin Luther or of some sort of rehabilitation. Thank you.

Pope Francis: I think that the intentions of Martin Luther were not mistaken. He was a reformer. Perhaps some methods were not correct. But in that time, if we read the story of the Pastor, a German Lutheran who then converted when he saw reality – he became Catholic – in that time, the Church was not exactly a model to imitate. There was corruption in the Church, there was worldliness, attachment to money, to power...and this he protested. Then he was intelligent and took some steps forward justifying, and because he did this. And today Lutherans and Catholics, Protestants, all of us agree on the doctrine of justification. On this point, which is very important, he did not err. He made a medicine for the Church, but then this medicine consolidated into a state of things, into a state of a discipline, into a way of believing, into a way of doing, into a liturgical way and he wasn’t alone; there was Zwingli, there was Calvin, each one of them different, and behind them were who? Principals! We must put ourselves in the story of that time. It’s a story that’s not easy to understand, not easy. Then things went forward, and today the dialogue is very good. That document of justification I think is one of the richest ecumenical documents in the world, one in most agreement. But there are divisions, and these also depend on the Churches. In Buenos Aires there were two Lutheran churches, and one thought in one way and the other...even in the same Lutheran church there was no unity; but they respected each other, they loved each other, and the difference is perhaps what hurt all of us so badly and today we seek to take up the path of encountering each other after 500 years. I think that we have to pray together, pray. Prayer is important for this. Second, to work together for the poor, for the persecuted, for many people, for refugees, for the many who suffer; to work together and pray together and the theologians who study together try...but this is a long path, very long. One time jokingly I said: I know when full unity will happen. - “when?” - “the day after the Son of Man comes,” because we don’t know...the Holy Spirit will give the grace, but in the meantime, praying, loving each other and working together. Above all for the poor, for the people who suffer and for peace and many things...against the exploitation of people and many things in which they are jointly working together.


The face of a malefactor!

The face of a heretic!

As I awake at early dawn, the press is elated. The world is in praise.

New York Times
Times of London
The Guardian

This man called "Pope Francis" is trending on social media.

A Catholic teacher has been fired in Edmonton, Canada.

In an Ontario city, another Catholic teachers has been suspended with pay and sent for re-education.

In Hamilton, Ontario, the government is fighting in court a Greek Orthodox parent for removing his child from blatant sexual education classes.

Three cases. Real. Current. The laity and good priests will now be persecuted because of Jorge Mario Bergoglio and his evil, imprudent remarks on the aeroplane returning from Armenia. All three involve people defending Christian morality and Catholic teaching. 

He twists the catechism to suit his aims and the zeitgeist. He speaks of "discrimination." 

No! The CCC says they must be free from "unjust discrimination" which means that certain types are in fact, just!

He does not state the rest, that the orientation is objectively disordered and the act is intrinsically disordered. He speaks of "pastoral" need and has allowed the media today and moving forward to beat every Catholic priest, teacher or layman who dares to speak the truth. 

Bergoglio has thrown all of us under the bus of perversion and the sodomitical juggernaut.

This man will leave people suffering from same-sex attraction in their sin. They will die and go to Hell.

They will not be alone!

He may very well be with them, staring into their faces, hating each other for having rejected God and His truth.

Yes, Jorge Mario Bergoglio will go to Hell if he does not amend his ways and teach the faith.

A disgrace to the papacy.

A boil on the Body of Christ.

Sunday 26 June 2016

Jorge Bergoglio - You are a malefactor and unfit as Vicar of Our Lord Jesus Christ, for what it is worth, I denounce you!

Not a week goes by, not an aeroplane trip ending without Jorge Bergoglio saying something that is a scandal and a disgrace to the Chair of Peter. On the trip back from Armenia, Bergoglio has said that:

He has said that the "Church" and "Christians" and "we" must apologise to "Gays" for how we have treated them.

I, Vox Cantoris, do hereby apologise.
I apologise to Graham, a gay singing colleague in a church choir years ago, who was invited to my home for a barbeque with the others. I apologise for including you and not throwing you off my property when it was revealed that evening that you were "gay."
I apologise to Alan who shared my table with other friends at Christmas dinner and whom I shared more than one private dinner together during his journey to Christ. I apologise for treating you as any other sinful brother in Christ and not denouncing you as a wretched sodomite.
I apologise to my former dog-groomer and neighbour for not insulting your lesbian lifestyle and appreciating the good work and friendliness over and above your despicable and immoral choice.

Shall I go on?

Every Catholic whom I know follows the Catechism of the Catholic Church. Every "trad!" We respect the individual. We do not condone the sin or the societal sodomitic juggernaut that has become all encompassing and now even affects the very highest in the Church, as well. 

I will not apologise for stating that sodomy is evil and that people who engage in it are in a grievous state of mortal sin which, if unrepented, will put them in Hell. I will not apologise for the times which I have denounced sodomite priests and bishops and the agenda against the true Faith!

There is more in the latest interview, including about how we have wronged women too. An outright lie! Only the Catholic Church emancipated women for 2000 years.

Let us get to the point.

Jorge Bergoglio is a disgrace, a scandal, a malefactor. He is a disgrace to the Chair of Peter and unfit as Vicar of Christ.

These comments by him are deplorable, That they come the week and month when sodomitical choices are being thrown at us is detestable.

This stupid, evil man. This perfect Modernist, this liberal, this heretic. Enough of his blathering and his idiotic statements. This stupid, evil man will now have these comments used by the Church's enemies to persecute priests, catholic teachers and laity who stand by the truth. The media is already manipulating the stupid statement about "discrimination" and will use it to beat up every faithful Catholic.

The Pope is a malefactor, an evil doer. 

When he came out that night on the loggia, I sat there watching suppressing the physical urge to vomit. I had never heard of Jorge Bergoglio but deep inside, it was if I had seen the evil incarnate and a deep sense of foreboding descended. It lasted hours. 

What else, friends?

Do not look back and say, "I miss Pope Benedict." No! This is Joseph Ratzinger's doing. Joseph Ratzinger deserted his children. He abandoned us to the wolves. His action directly allowed this malefactor Bergoglio to seize the Chair of Peter.

Bishops, Cardinals. You must denounce this Pope and his errors.

You will be held accountable by God for the betrayal you have countenanced.

O good St. Joseph, open his eyes or close them!

Saturday 25 June 2016

Is Cardinal Reinhard Marx a homosexual?

Come out all the way out Eminence. It is "pride" month after all which as you once knew,"goes before the fall."

What an malefactor.. What a disgusting, shepherd. What a wolf who would let people die in their sin.

Does this man believe in Hell? He will when he gets there.

Come out, come out wherever you are!

Catholic Church should apologize to gays, says papal adviser Cardinal Marx

DUBLIN, Ireland, June 24, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) -- One of Pope Francis’ leading advisors has declared that the Catholic Church should publicly apologize to homosexuals for what he called its scandalous and terrible treatment of them.
The comments by German Cardinal Reinhard Marx, one of the council of nine cardinals chosen by Pope Francis to advise him, were reported in the Irish Times June 23. 
“The history of homosexuals in our societies is very bad because we’ve done a lot to marginalize [them],” he said, adding that as a Church and as a society “we’ve also to say ‘sorry, sorry.’”

Thursday 23 June 2016

It's not up to us to make declaration, it is up to us to stay on the boat and right it until He awakes

Many of you have no doubt read, or at least heard of, Ann Barnhardt's recent essay on Pope Francis and that he is an antipope because, in her opinion, Benedict XVI is still the Pope.

Ann is wrong.

First, Benedict XVI says he is not, he has renounced the papacy according to Canon Law. Until such a time he declares that he was wrong or felt forced out and has come to his senses, he is not the Pope. Should that day ever arise, it will be the greatest crisis in the Church in Her history.

Second, no matter what machinations happened behind the scenes, and no doubt, there were plenty, Jorge Bergoglio was elected and is the Bishop of Rome accepted by its priests and making him Supreme Pontiff.

Thirdly, it is not up to us. If he is an antipope only history can decide because only history can determine it. 

He is not an antipope, he is the Pope and he has, and we have because of him, many, many problems.

Ann is wrong. Do not take the lazy way out. 

Hilary White's column lays this out clearly. We are in big, big trouble friends and there is no easy way off the boat. In fact, getting off the boat is exactly not what we should be doing. 

The LORD is asleep, it is our fault, where do we go?

We stay on the boat, we battle the storm, we do not lost faith and we stay with our Mother until He awakens; and when He does, I want to be in the boat working to keep her afloat because those who have done this will be cast overboard.



Everybody's somebody's fool, but some are more foolish than others!

A new index label

"Bergoglian Blasphemy."

Socci: "Pope Bergoglio: 'Jesus plays the fool a bit' -- and other grave expressions and actions"
Pope Bergoglio: “Jesus plays the fool a bit”. This and other inconceivable, extremely grave “expressions” pronounced last Thursday...

Antonio Socci
19th June 2016

It is earth-shattering for a pope to mix-up a two-faced devil with Jesus. It happened last Thursday when Bergoglio mistakenly referred to a column capital on Vézelay Cathedral: a “case of mistaken identity” emblematic of this pontificate, even if a somewhat superficial ghost-writer was probably to blame.


Wednesday 22 June 2016

Vatican again intercedes into United States Presidential Politics!

In the last few months, we have seen the invitation of socialist Bernie Sanders to the Vatican, including an intentional set-up for him to just happen to run into Pope Francis by accident. 

Not long before that, and for some reason beyond the grasp of this simple fellow, Tom Rosica, CSB, Executive Producer at Salt + Light Television interviewed the man who covets The White House and who spent his honeymoon in the Soviet Union.

This came just a few weeks after the same Bishop of Rome stated that anyone who wants to build a wall, is not a "Christian" with reference to Donald Trump's intent on securing the border of the southern United States.

Barona at Toronto Catholic Witness has discovered a little interesting information in La Civiltà Cattolica; a magazine with the main confidant of the Jorge Bergoglio as its editor and publisher. It is fair to say that Spadaro's influence is a dangerous thing.

Barona asks the question at Toronto Catholic Witness.

Tuesday 21 June 2016

Pat Buchanan is right again - Hilary, Obama, Kerry and NATO demand to bomb Syria and war with Russia

It is absurd to me that the West continues to demand the removal of Assad in Syria. Was nothing learnt from the horror launched by the removal of Saddam Hussein and Gaddafi, evil men truly in their own rights, but none of our "bloody" business. Was Gaddafi worse than Robert Mugabe? We all know the answer. 

Some will never be happy until Syria is utterly destroyed. It is as if some evil unseen hand is playing with the world as a checkerboard, an evil and vile game. 

Russia is a civilised nation. It is cultured, sophisticated and educated. It has sent men into space and its people have written poetry and literature and music for the ages. It has the most beautiful city in the world of stunning architecture. It is Christian. Russia should be our ally, our friend in common cause against a common enemy.

This blog was privileged to feature the exclusive English-language interview with Patrick J. Buchanan through the interviewer, Michael Krupa in Poland where he was interviewed for an academic periodical. Mr. Krupa is undertaking his Ph.D. in American History, in Poland.


From the Eyewitness Blog, came this link to an important article by Mr. Buchanan.

Trolling for War with Russia
By Patrick J. Buchanan
June 21, 2016
Some 50 State Department officials have signed a memo calling on President Obama to launch air and missile strikes on the Damascus regime of Bashar Assad.
A “judicious use of stand-off and air weapons,” they claim, “would undergird and drive a more focused and hard-nosed U.S.-led diplomatic process.”
In brief, to strengthen the hand of our diplomats and show we mean business, we should start bombing and killing Syrian soldiers.
Yet Syria has not attacked us. And Congress has not declared war on Syria, or authorized an attack. Where do these State hawks think President Obama gets the authority to launch a war on Syria? 
Read the rest at:

Did Malachi Martin prophesy our current days?

Take the time.

Click on the picture to listen to a modern day prophet.

Come and try, because you'll have to carve out my heart and pry my Liber from my cold, dead, hands.

Monday 20 June 2016

Deluded Cardinal is an islamocatholic celebrating chrislam

Jean-Louie Cardinal Tauran! You are a deluded traitor of Our Lord Jesus Christ. Deep down in your heart you don't believe that He is God, the Second Person of the Most Holy Trinity. Deep down, you are a self-loathing Catholic and a hater of Mohammedans. If you truly loved those poor, deluded Mohammedans you would call them to abandon the barbaric political ideology that is Islam and its false prophet.You would call them to Christ.

What will you say to Our Blessed Lord on that day when He asks you why you let 1,500,000,000 plus people live and die in darkness?

You and your ilk are traitors to Our Lord and His Church.


Christians and Muslims:
Beneficiaries and Instruments of Divine Mercy

Dear Muslim brothers and sisters,

1. The month of Ramadan and ‘Id al-Fitr is an important religious event for Muslims around the world, focused on fasting, prayer and good deeds, and is esteemed by Christians, your friends and neighbours. On behalf of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue and Christians all over the world, we extend best wishes for a spiritually rewarding fast, supported by good deeds, and for a joyful feast.

As is our cherished custom, we wish to share with you on this occasion some reflections in the hope of strengthening the spiritual bonds we share.

2. A theme that is close to the hearts of Muslims and Christians alike is mercy.

We know that Christianity and Islam both believe in a merciful God, who shows his mercy and compassion towards all his creatures, in particular the human family. He created us out of an immense love. He is merciful in caring for each of us, bestowing upon us the gifts we need for our daily life, such as food, shelter and security. God’s mercy is manifested in a particular way, however, through the pardon of our faults; hence he is the one who pardons (al-Ghâfir), but the one who pardons much and always (al-Ghafour).

3. To underscore the importance of mercy, His Holiness Pope Francis declared a Jubilee Year of Mercy to be celebrated from 8 December 2015 to 20 November 2016. In this regard he said: “Here… is the reason for the Jubilee: because this is the time for mercy. It is the favorable time to heal wounds, a time not to be weary of meeting all those who are waiting to see and to touch with their hands the signs of the closeness of God, a time to offer everyone, everyone, the way of forgiveness and reconciliation” (“Homily”, 11 April 2015).

Your pilgrimage (hajj) to the Holy places, mainly Mecca and Medina, is surely a special time for you to experience God’s mercy. In fact, among the well-known aspirations addressed to Muslim pilgrims is: “I wish you a blessed pilgrimage, praiseworthy efforts and the pardon of your sins”. Making a pilgrimage to obtain God’s pardon for sins, both for the living and dead, is truly a salient custom practice among believers.

4. We, Christians and Muslims, are called to do our best to imitate God. He, the Merciful, asks us to be merciful and compassionate towards others, especially those who are in any kind of need. So too he calls us to be forgiving of one another.

When we gaze upon humanity today, we are saddened to see so many victims of conflicts and violence – here we think in particular of the elderly, and children and women, especially those who fall prey to human trafficking and the many people who suffer from poverty, illness, natural disasters and unemployment.

5. We cannot close our eyes to these realities, or turn away from these sufferings. It is true that situation are often very complex and that their solution exceeds our capacities. It is vital, therefore, that all work together in assisting those in need. It is a source of great hope when we experience or hear of Muslims and Christians joining hands to help the needy. When we do join hands, we heed an important command in our respective religions and show forth God’s mercy, thus offering a more credible witness, individually and communally, to our beliefs.

May the Merciful and Almighty God help us to walk always along the path of goodness and compassion!

6. We join our prayerful good wishes to those of Pope Francis for abundant blessings during Ramadan and for a lasting joy of ‘Id al-Fitr.

Happy Feast to you all!

From the Vatican, 10 June 2016

Jean-Louis Cardinal Tauran

Bishop Miguel Ángel Ayuso Guixot, M.C.C.I.


Saturday 18 June 2016

Canada's first euthanasia execution happening now!

At 3:00 P.M. today EDT, high noon in Vancouver - less than 30 minutes from this writing, Canada’s first execution under its new euthanasia law will take place there.

The people that witness it will be certain of one thing, while some of those in Orlando may have repented, while some executed in prison may have repented, this person will have chosen to defy God and one of the four sins which cry out to heaven for justice – final impenitence against the Holy Spirit – they will witness someone who without a doubt, will go to Hell. They will have rejected God and therefore, there can be no mercy.

What of the doctors and nurses who assist?

What of the judges on the Court?

What of the politicians who did not defy the courts through the notwithstanding clause and voted for this?

They know not what awaits them.

Friday 17 June 2016

James Martin, Edward Beck, Blase Cupich, Robert McElroy, Robert Lynch and their ilk are the real "haters"

Following the deaths of 49 Americans at a club in Orlando, murders caused by a Mohammedan terrorist, James Martin, S.J., produced a video which he released on line. As with others, of his ilk, including Edward Beck, of the Passionist Order and known as "Father CNN", and the heresiarchs in Chicago, San Diego, and St. Petersburg, the real fault here is the hatred and intolerance of Catholics for persons with same-sex attraction.

Father Richard Heilman at Roman Catholic Man says calls out his brother priest:

This is where Fr. Martin’s skewed understanding of faith is so dangerous. You see, by justifying, rationalizing or even ignoring the sinful acts of homosexuality, we are, in essence, saying, “Come home and bring the prostitutes with you.” What are you saying, Fr. Martin? In opposition with very clear biblical and Church teachings that homosexual acts are gravely sinful, are you saying that is no longer true? Or, are you saying, “Come home and bring the prostitutes with you?” Maybe the whole idea of being separated from God when we engage in mortal sin is a “hateful concept” for you?

These men are liars and deceivers.

Mohammedans want to send "gay" persons to Hell. Catholics want them saved from it.

James Martin, Edward Beck and others of their ilk are liars. They wish to not only meet people where they are but keep them there. Instead of bringing them out of the mire, they only sink into it with them.

True respect and love for "Gay" men and women is found in pointing out the error of their ways and calling them to repentance in Jesus Christ and His Sacraments. Leaving them in their sin is to hate them.

These men will spend in eternity in Hell looking into the faces of those whom they deceived.

We must hope that some of those murdered by the Mohammedan, asked God for mercy before they died. We must pray that those who survived, may see it as a gift and repent of the lifestyle of sin that they have trapped themselves in.

These priests and bishops are amongst the worst enemies of people locked in their sins.

Pope Bergoglio calls most Catholic marriages invalid. What else might be "invalid?"

About a year ago, heresiarch, Walter Kasper made a statement that Pope Francis believed that most Catholic sacramental marriages were invalid. Now, Jorge Bergoglio, the Bishop of Rome, has actually said it himself.

This Pope even has the temerity to state that fornicating cohabitation can be a source of grace.


Pope Francis said Thursday that the great majority of sacramental marriages today are not valid, because couples do not enter into them with a proper understanding of permanence and commitment.
“We live in a culture of the provisional,” the Pope said in impromptu remarks June 16. After addressing the Diocese of Rome’s pastoral congress, he held a question-and-answer session.
A layman asked about the “crisis of marriage” and how Catholics can help educate youth in love, help them learn about sacramental marriage, and help them overcome “their resistance, delusions and fears.”
The Pope answered from his own experience.
“I heard a bishop say some months ago that he met a boy that had finished his university studies, and said ‘I want to become a priest, but only for 10 years.’ It’s the culture of the provisional. And this happens everywhere, also in priestly life, in religious life,” he said.
“It’s provisional, and because of this the great majority of our sacramental marriages are null. Because they say “yes, for the rest of my life!” but they don’t know what they are saying. Because they have a different culture. They say it, they have good will, but they don’t know.”
He added that a majority of couples attending marriage prep courses in Argentina typically cohabitated.
“They prefer to cohabitate, and this is a challenge, a task. Not to ask ‘why don’t you marry?’ No, to accompany, to wait, and to help them to mature, help fidelity to mature.”
He said that in Argentina’s northeast countryside, couples have a child and live together. They have a civil wedding when the child goes to school, and when they become grandparents they “get married religiously.”
“It’s a superstition, because marriage frightens the husband. It’s a superstition we have to overcome,” the Pope said. “I’ve seen a lot of fidelity in these cohabitations, and I am sure that this is a real marriage, they have the grace of a real marriage because of their fidelity, but there are local superstitions, etc.”

This is stupidity and ridiculousness. More importantly, it is objectively heretical! 

Will any bishop or cardinal have the courage to call him out?

Now, according to an analysis by New Catholic at Rorate, the Vatican communications czars are even outright lying in their attempt to cover up Bergoglio's latest insanity:

[NC: One important editorial note. This morning, the Vatican released a transcript of the papal talk, scandalously tampering with what was really said by the Pope. What the Pope said, and was recorded, and is available on video here (starts at 1:14:20), was, "una grande maggioranza dei nostri matrimoni sacramentali sono nulli" ("a great majority of our Sacramental matrimonies are null"). The transcript released by the Vatican says, "una parte", "a part/portion", instead of "a great majority".]
It has been noticed by others!

If there are sacramentally invalid marriages, then only a tribunal, properly founded, can declare that. The Pope has a role to play directly in specific circumstances, the Petrine Privilege, but even then; it is only after a Tribunal has investigated and recommended. He has, on more than this occasion, undermined the whole process of annulments established over hundreds of years. 

Aside from insulting married Catholics, he has even opened the door for some of them to question whether or not their marriage is valid and that if the Pope doesn't think so, then hey, "let's divorce" and with the garbage he has introduced in Amoris Laetitia, we can all just begin again, with or without a decree of nullity.

If the Pope can question that the majority of marriages are invalid I would like to raise this question.

What about the majority of priestly ordinations or episcopal consecrations?

Given the number of effeminates and sodomites ordained, were they valid priests? 

Was child pornography aficionado, Raymond Lahey, the former Bishop of Antigonish validly ordained? If not, then neither were the priests, marriages, confirmations or Masses at which he was involved as a priest.

See where this goes?

The bigger question is this?

Given Bergoglio's comments, was his election as Bishop of Rome even valid?