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Friday 30 December 2016

How to prepare for the great Bergoglian schism

From Hilary White at The Remnant

Suggested New Year's Resolution: Keep the Faith, Despite the Madness

Two years ago, using the term “schism” in reference to the antics of the Vatican would have got you automatically labeled a sedevacantist or schismatic. Now it is used commonly by nearly everyone, including highly placed prelates in Rome. This is not because the Church is falling apart. It is not because Catholics are losing their Faith. It is because they are finding it. Because the realities have at last begun to overcome the false propaganda of the last five decades.
As the mayhem and destruction of the Bergoglian Wrecking Ball continues, and continues to escalate almost daily, we are seeing more and more examinations of canon law and theology around the question, “Is it possible for a reigning pope to be a schismatic?” Now, I’m not a canonist or a theological scholar. I’m really just someone who knows how to ask people questions. So I don’t pretend to have the answers to that question and all the other related questions that grow logically from it.
Hilary Toon

 From St. Athanasius
“May God console you! ... What saddens you ... is the fact that others have occupied the churches by violence, while during this time you are on the outside. It is a fact that they have the premises – but you have the Apostolic Faith. They can occupy our churches, but they are outside the true Faith. You remain outside the places of worship, but the Faith dwells within you. Let us consider: what is more important, the place or the Faith? The true Faith, obviously. Who has lost and who has won in the struggle – the one who keeps the premises or the one who keeps the Faith? True, the premises are good when the Apostolic Faith is preached there; they are holy if everything takes place there in a holy way ...
“You are the ones who are happy; you who remain within the Church by your Faith, who hold firmly to the foundations of the Faith which has come down to you from Apostolic Tradition. And if an execrable jealousy has tried to shake it on a number of occasions, it has not succeeded. They are the ones who have broken away from it in the present crisis. No one, ever, will prevail against your Faith, beloved Brothers. And we believe that God will give us our churches back some day.
“Thus, the more violently they try to occupy the places of worship, the more they separate themselves from the Church. They claim that they represent the Church; but in reality, they are the ones who are expelling themselves from it and going astray. Even if Catholics faithful to Tradition are reduced to a handful, they are the ones who are the true Church of Jesus Christ.”

What did Bishop of Rome Bergoglio know about this sodomite pervert monster priest and when did he know it?

Sorry George, you're not getting away that easy from Vox, notwithstanding, my reduced pace of activity.

Bergoglio spins a good yarn about semper reformanda whilst he leaves these sodomites in the priesthood. Every one of these filthy rats needs to be discovered and outed from the priesthood of Jesus Christ. There can be no mercy from us for these monsters. 

Pope Reportedly Knew Priest Accused of Raping Children Two Years Before Arrest

From the AP and various other media:

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Nichola Corradi, 82, handcuffed to his wheelchair with 
Pope Francis was told as early as 2014 that a Catholic priest accused of sexually abusing children in Italy had been reassigned to a school in Argentina, where he has since been arrested on suspicion of child rape.
The Rev Nicola Corradi, 82, was arrested in late November alongside four other men following allegations of abuse at the Antonio Provolo Institute for hearing-impaired children in Mendoza province.
He was named in the scandal that hit the institute's Verona school in 2009, when 67 students alleged they had been abused. The Verona diocese apologised to students there and the Vatican sanctioned four priests, though not Rev Corradi. In 2014 the students sent the Pope a letter - acknowledged only this year - again naming him as an abuser, living in Argentina.
When Rev Corradi was arrested police reportedly found $34,000 along with magazines featuring naked women in his room.
Two dozen students have said they were attacked by Rev Corradi, the Rev Horacio Corbacho, 55, and three other men at the school in Lujan de Cuyo, a city about 620 miles northwest of Buenos Aires.
One told AP: "They always said it was a game: 'Let's go play, let's go play' and they would take us to the girls' bathroom."
The Pope told US victims of clerical abuse last year that "all responsible will be held accountable" and called for stronger “oversight to ensure that youth are protected”.
His Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors has announced that newly-appointed bishops will get comprehensive training on how to deal effectively with the root causes of child abuse.
But in February the commission was hit by the sudden departure of British anti-abuse campaigner Peter Saunders from the Vatican, who accused the panel of doing nothing to erase the culture of cover-ups within the Church authority.
In June, Pope Francis announced that clerics can now be dismissed from office if they are shown to neglect their duty of care towards vulnerable children and adults, in addition to creating a legal framework which allows for abusers to be tried in the Vatican.
Prosecutors in Mendoza expect more people to come forward with claims of abuse and they told AP that the Vatican's Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith had been told about the allegations.
Pope Francis, who is from Argentina, has not spoken publicly about the case and the Vatican declined to comment on Corradi's arrest to AP

Tuesday 27 December 2016

Leonardo Boff, heretic and liberation theologian reveals that Bergoglio - Pope Francis, is "one of us"

Let us not get to comfortable in this Christmas season. Here, we have taken a two day break and now, it is time to get back to business, the state of things being what they are, and very grave, at that.

We have just finished our Lauds, preceded by Matins according to Divina Afflatu, the Office as properly reformed by St. Pius X. We are reminded of this reading from St. John on this glorious feast day in his honour.

"My little children, these things I write to you, that you may not sin. But if any man sin, we have an advocate with the Father, Jesus Christ the just: And he is the propitiation for our sins: and not for ours only, but also for those of the whole world. And by this we know that we have known him, if we keep his commandments. He who saith that he knoweth him, and keepeth not his commandments, is a liar, and the truth is not in him. But he that keepeth his word, in him in very deed the charity of God is perfected."

"He who saith that he knoweth him, and keepeth not his commandments, is a liar,"

A "liar!"

That is what St. John, Apostle and Evangelist has said which is an appropriate lead in to what follows.

John Paul II reprimanded Leonardo Boff. A liberation theologian and a heretic. Maike Hickson at OnePeterFive translates what this notorious heretic has revealed. Truly, the more these malefactors keep talking, the better it is. The truth will not be buried. Boff reveals much about this Bergoglio and continues to reveal himself as a liar, dissenter and disobedient priest to legitimate authority and shows how he conspires to twist and turn truth into a lie.

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Q: Liberation Theology of Latin America – one of whose most prominent representatives you certainly are – has now received new honors [and encouraging support] from and through Pope Francis. [Is there now to be] A rehabilitation also for you personally, after your years-long struggles with Pope John Paul II himself and with his highest defender of Doctrine, Joseph Ratzinger, who later became Pope Benedict XVI?
Francis is one of us. He has turned Liberation Theology into a common property of the Church. And he has widened it. Whoever speaks today of the poor, also has to speak of the earth, because it, too, is now being plundered and abused. “To hear the cry of the poor,” that means to hear the cry of the animals, the forests, of the whole tortured creation. The whole earth cries. Also, says the pope – and he thus quotes one of the titles of one of my books – we have to hear simultaneously the cry of the poor and the cry of the earth. And, for sure, both need to be liberated. I myself have dealt in the recent past with this widening of the Liberation Theology. And that [this environmental dimension] is also the fundamentally new aspect in Laudato Si.
Q: ….which is now in the “ecological encyclical” of the pope promulgated in the year 2015. How much Leonardo Boff is in Jorge Mario Bergoglio?
The encyclical belongs to the pope. But he has consulted with many experts.
Q: Has he read your books? More than that. He asked me for material for the sake of Laudato Si. I have given him my counsel and sent to him some of what I have written. Which he has also used. Some people told me they were thinking while reading: “Wait, that is Boff!” By the way, Pope Francis directly told me: “Boff, don’t send the papers directly to me.”
Q: Why not?
He said: “Otherwise, the Sottosegretari (the employees of the Vatican administration, editors [of the Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger]) will intercept them and I will not receive them. Rather, send the things right to the Argentine Ambassador [at the Holy See] with whom I have a good connection, then they will safely land into my hands.” For that, one needs to know that the current Ambassador at the Holy See is an old friend of the pope from his time in Buenos Aires. They have often drunk together mate [a special drink from Argentina, a sort of tea]. Then, one day before the publication of the encyclical, the pope had someone call me in order to thank me for my help.
Q: A personal meeting with the pope is still outstanding?
He [Pope Francis] has sought a reconciliation with the most important representatives of the Liberation Theology: with Gustavo Gutierrez, Jon Sobrino, and likewise with me. I have said to him with respect to Pope Benedict – respectively Joseph Ratzinger – “But that other is still alive, after all!” He did not accept this. “No,” he said, “Il Papa sono io” – “The pope, that is me!” We were welcomed to come. That is where you see his courage and his decisiveness.
Q: Why then has your visit not yet worked out?
I had received an invitation and I even had already landed in Rome. But just that day, immediately before the beginning of the [second] Synod on the Family in 2015, 13 cardinals – among them the German Cardinal Gerhard Müller – rehearsed a rebellion against the pope with a letter addressed to him which then, o surprise!, was published in a newspaper. The pope was angry and he told me: “Boff, I have no time. I have to establish calm before the synod begins. We will see each other another time.”
Q: But also with the hoped-for calm, that did not really work out, either, did it?
The pope feels the sharpness of the headwind from his own ranks, especially coming from the U.S. This Cardinal Burke, Leo Burke, who now – together with your retired Cardinal Meisner from Cologne – has already written another letter [to the pope]; he is is the Donald Trump of the Catholic Church (laughs). But, unlike Trump, Burke has now been neutralized within the Curia. Thanks be to God. These people really believe that it is up to them to correct the pope. As if they are above the pope. Something like this is unusual [sic!], if not unprecedented in the history of the Church. One may criticize the pope, one may have discussions with him. That is what I have often done. But, that cardinals publicly accuse the pope of the spreading of theological mistakes or even heresies, that is – I think – too much. That is an affront with which a pope cannot put up. The pope cannot be judged, that is the teaching of the Church.
Q: With all your enthusiasm for the pope – what is it with these Church reforms which so many Catholics have expected from Francis; but where, in fact, not so much has yet happened?
You know, as far as I understand, the center of his interest is not any more the Church – and certainly not the internal operation of the Church – but, rather, the survival of humanity, the future of the earth. […] I believe that there is a hierarchy of problems for him. When the earth perishes, all the other problems have also been taken care of. But, with regard to the questions within and about the Church: wait and see! Only recently, Cardinal Walter Kasper, a close confidant of the pope, told me that soon there will be some great surprises.
Q: What do you expect?
Who knows? Perhaps a diaconate for women, after all. Or the possibility that married priests may be again engaged in pastoral care. That is an explicit request from the Brazilian bishops to the pope, especially from his friend, the retired Brazilian Curial Cardinal Claudio Hummes. I have heard that the pope wants to meet this request – for now and for a certain experimental period in Brazil. This country with its 140 million Catholics should at least have 100,000 priests. But, there are only 18,000. Institutionally, this is a catastrophe. No wonder that the faithful now go in droves to the Evangelicals and the Pentecostals, who fill this personal vacuum. If now all these thousands of already married priests might again exercise their office, this would be a first step toward an improvement of the situation – and, at the same time, it would be an impulse [and a sign] that the Catholic Church now loosens the fetters of obligatory celibacy.  
Q: If the pope were to make a decision in this sense and direction – would you yourself, as a former Franciscan priest, also again undertake priestly duties?
I personally do not need such a decision. It would not change anything for myself because I still do what I have always done: I baptize, I give Christian burials, and if I happen to come into a parish without a priest, then I also celebrate Mass together with the people.
Q: Is it very “German” to ask whether you are permitted to do that?
Up to now, no bishop whom I know has ever either criticized it or forbidden it. The bishops, on the contrary, are happy and tell me: “the people have a right [sic] to the Eucharist. Just keep doing it!” My theological teacher, Cardinal Paulo Evaristo Arns – who just died a few days ago – was, for example, of a very great openness. He went so far that, when he saw married priests sitting in the pew during Mass, he had them come to the altar and he then concelebrated the Eucharist with them. He did it often and said: “You are, after all, still priests – and you will remain so!”

What is happening is the dying of the Vatican II generation. These Boffs and Bergoglios are pushing hard now to ensure that the evil spirit of Vatican II is enshrined forever and cannot be undone. They know, they will die soon. This is why Bergoglio is searching to find men such as Cupich and Farrell and others around the world to carry on his work. Ironically, though, the John Paul II so condemned by Boff, appointed these malefactor who now seek to bring the Church down. Yes, that is what Bergoglio is doing and make no mistake, these are not just the ravings and rants of a pathetic old Marxist, he knows the mind of Bergoglio because they are one in the same.

Let Bergoglio do this, Let him do his worst. He will then be the antipope whose on words will come true about "splitting the Church." Only a man who has drunk from the breast of Satin himself could say and think such a thing.

May God deliver us soon from these rotten and deceitful clerics and send us a truly holy Pope who will "restore all things in Christ."

Sunday 25 December 2016

A blessed Christmas to you

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For all the prayers, comments, readers and friendships developed here between us and amongst us, I thank you. On this Holy Day Christmas and in this Holy Season of Christmastide, may we be blessed by Our Lord and forgiven for our sins against He who Is the Saviour of the World. God bless you.

Jesu, Redemptor Omnium

Jesus, the Ransomer of man, 
Who, ere created light began, 
Didst from the sovereign Father spring, 
His power and glory equalling. 

The Father’s Light and Splendor Thou, 
Their endless Hope to Thee that bow; 
Accept the prayers and praise to-day 
That through the world Thy servants pay. 

Salvation’s Author, call to mind 
How, taking form of humankind, 
Born of a Virgin undefiled, 
Thou in man’s flesh becam’st a Child. 
Thus testifies the present day, 

Through every year in long array, 
That Thou, salvation’s source alone, 
Proceededst from the Father’s throne. 
The heavens above, the rolling main 
And all that earth’s wide realms contain, 
With joyous voice now loudly sing 

The glory of their new-born King. 
And we who, by Thy precious Blood 
From sin redeemed, are marked for God, 
On this the day that saw Thy birth, 
Sing the new song of ransomed earth. 

O Lord, the Virgin-born, to Thee 
Eternal praise and glory be, 
Whom with the Father we adore 
And Holy Ghost forevermore. Amen

Saturday 24 December 2016

Christmas peace? Not when a Pope jokes about bringing on "schism"

There was a time when a churchman thought that the worst thing possible could be schism. Now, we have a Pope, allegedly telling a secularist journalist that he could be the one to "split the Church." 

I link you to the blog of retired Auxiliary Bishop of Corpus Christi, Texas, Rene Gracida blog where he comments on Steve Skojec's OnePeterFive post, "There will be no Christmas Truce..."

Bergoglio has now given an interview to the famous German publication Der Spiegel and has reportedly stated, that he may "split the Church."

At the same time, we have an all out assault on the internal affairs of the Knights of Malta in what can only be described as a shot across the bow to Cardinal Burke.

No, there will be no peace this Christmas.

Not when a Pope openly states that he may cause schism and the migrants he demands be let in to our nations states murder Christians as they have done so often in the lands of the Middle East.

Come Lord Jesus and tarry not.

Intercede and free your Church from these malefactors.

Friday 23 December 2016

Remember all those Satanic Black Masses in Oklahoma? Thumbs up to Bishop David Austin Konderla!

What the hell, is going on in Tulsa?

The wonderful Bishop, Edward James Slattery retired earlier this year as he reached the mandated retirement age of 75. The new Bishop, David Austin Konderla is beginning to make quite a name for himself, but all for the wrong reasons.

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Some may recall that in September, Bishop Konderla, ordered Father Chad Ripperger, FSSP, who sought to establish along with Bishop Slattery, the new Society of the Most Sorrowful Mother and its work in the most necessary realm of exorcism, out of the diocese. As if sarcastically, Bishop Konderla's letter begins with the traditional manner of honouring the date, "Most Holy Name of the Blessed Virgin Mary."

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Some of you also remember Rosalind Moss of EWTN, a convert from Judaism. Our sister in faith, discerned to dedicate her life to Christ with the foundation of a new religious order. Mother Miriam submitted herself to Bishop Slattery and founded the Daughters of Mary, Mother of Israel's Hope. She set out to find a priory and to begin renovations and build a guest house and build a community.

The Okie Traditionalist is reporting new information from their current newsletter, that David Austen Konderla has ordered them out of the Diocese!

As with the situation with the Society of the Most Sorrowful Mother Konderla indicates that he has made these decisions after "prayer" and a "discernment."

“After careful consideration and prayerful discernment, the Diocese of Tulsa has elected to end its affiliation with the traditional Benedictine Order, the Daughters of Mary, Mother of Israel’s Hope and allow the community to continue their apostolic exploration in another diocese.”

009-300x227.jpg (300×227)What about the prayer and labour and money from the faithful who supported this worthy work? Do they not count? What kind of evil has descended upon Tulsa? What kind of man is this David Konderla? Is he now to be added to our list of heresiarchs?

Remember that Pope Bergoglio has issued law that no bishop may set up a society or religious order without the express permission of Rome, - an action unheard of, particularly in a "synodal church" or a "collegial" church since Vatican II. 

Rome's intention, is a direct attack on the authority of a local Ordinary. Konderla's actions are manifestations of cowardice and potentially something even graver.

Laramie Hirsch at The Hirsch Files has teamed up on this with matter with The Okie Traditionalist. He makes a point that all faithful Catholics, particularly those who consider themselves traditional need to grasp:
"It was already in Bishop Konderla's heart to do this. He was going to suppress this community.  He will probably do more.  It should be clear now that this bishop has a certain kind of "vision" for Northeast Oklahoma that does not include groups such as this.  You will not be protected simply by playing along and pretending to be a part of the "groupthink."  You will be ostracized for who you are. 
I've said it before, and I'll say it again. Being quiet and subdued got us into this post-Vatican II mess in the first place. Decade after decade, priests and laity have pretended that there has been nothing wrong with the Catholic Church. They do this in order to preserve the remaining integrity of the Church's institution--all the while, it's being eaten away right in front of them."

Do you think those Black Masses in Oklahoma have been a problem?

Or is it that friendship with Cardinal Burke is the kiss of death?

Thursday 22 December 2016

Bergoglio lashes out irrationally calling faithful Catholics "malevolent"

Surely, the curia expected this. The annual dressing down, insulting berating by the Bishop of Rome, Jorge Bergoglio. We don't need to rehash the scurrilous and degrading diatribe by Bergoglio previously. What makes today's annual insult more interesting is that he intends it for the whole Church, not just the Curia.

I imagine that I fit under "Malevolent Resistance," at least in what he must think is "malevolent." Perhaps this Alinskyite should take a look in the mirror to come up with a good understanding of what "malevolent" looks like. 

Deacon Nick Donnelly reports:

Good Resistance - According to Pope Francis there is resistance that arises from good will and sincere dialogue.  
Hidden Resistance - Pope Francis uses the word "nascoste" to describe this type of resistance, which has the meaning of covert, underhand and stealthy. He says this resistance arises from petrified or frightened hearts that speak empty words in the spirit of the  "Gattopardismo" (A reference to a character in an Italian novel and film) who verbally says he is ready to change, but wants everything to remain as before. (The Vatican translates "Gattopardismo" as 'spiritual window dressing'). "Gatopardismo or lampedusiano" is an Italian political term that has its origin in the novel El gatopardo, by Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa (1896-1957). It refers to a political approach of  "changing something so that nothing changes".  
Malevolent Resistance [resistenze malevole] - Pope Francis told the Roman Curia that malevolent resistance came from distorted minds which occurs when the devil inspires "cattive" intentions, bad or wicked intentions [che germogliano in menti distorte e si presentano quando il demonio ispira intenzioni cattive]. He said that such malevolent resistance often appears "under the guise of lambs". This last type of resistance hides behind words of self-justification, and accusations, taking refuge in traditions, in appearances, in formalities, in what is known, or wanting to make everything personal without distinguishing between the act, the actor and the action.

There is good news in all of this. God will write straight with the crooked lines of this malefactor on the Chair of Peter. The days of this papacy are numbered, one way or another. History will not judge this man kindly, this insulting, berating, egoist and narcissist who on a daily basis insults simple Catholics doing their best to get to Heaven. 

If you as a father or mother spoke to your children on a daily basis in this way you would be considered to be an abusive parent. A cruel, vindictive and nasty father is this Bergoglio. An egoist who thinks every utterance is from the Holy Spirit. 

A Pope? A spiritual Father? 

His children cry out for bread and all Bergoglio can do is throw stones.

Cardinal Burke speaks of "heresy" and a how a pope would places himself in "schism"

In a carefully worded and very precise series of statements to Catholic World Report, Raymond Cardinal Burke has outlined, hypothetically, what would happen should a pope teach heresy.


He refers to the last time such a situation occurred was under John XXII in the thirteenth century and backs up with scripture, the right of a bishop or cardinal to correct a pope, citing Paul's rebuke of Peter in Galatians.

Catholic World Report

CWR: Bishop Athanasius Schneider, O.R.C., the Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Saint Mary in Astana, Kazakhstan and titular bishop of Celerina, who has written an open letter of support for the four cardinals and their dubia, has also said that the Church is in a de facto schism. Do you agree with that?
 Cardinal Burke: There is a very serious division in the Church which has to be mended because it has to do with, as I said before, fundamental dogmatic and moral teaching. And if it’s not clarified soon, it could develop into a formal schism.
 CWR: Some people are saying that the pope could separate himself from communion with the Church. Can the pope legitimately be declared in schism or heresy?
 Cardinal Burke: If a Pope would formally profess heresy he would cease, by that act, to be the Pope. It’s automatic. And so, that could happen.
 CWR: That could happen.
 Cardinal Burke: Yes.

One could expect a new barrage of assaults from the minions surrounding Pope Francis. Let us keep Cardinal Burke and all faithful prelates in our prayers. 

Wednesday 21 December 2016

Yes, they're shacked up, yes, their effeminate, sure they're homosexuals, but they don't, well, you know... do it!



And of course, now those faithful Catholics behind InfoVaticana are now under attack.

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Be Thou King, O LORD!

The deaths continue to mount. The blood on the hands of Angela Merkel, David Cameron, Barack Hussein Obama, Justin Trudeau, Francois Hollande drips. Worse, is the blood on the hands of Jorge Bergoglio himself, who continues to insist that an un-Christianised Europe, weak from religious relativism, multicultural egalitarianism, liberal fascism and sexual libertinism and homosexuality, is in any way capable of defending itself against the hordes of invasion of so-called "migrants." More, more, more he demands. Let in more. On top of that, this Pope of Rome calls Islam a "religion of peace," and claims that its "god," is God; and declares it a "sin" to proselytise to them.

Why is the world, and I speak here of the Christian and post-Christian world, blind to the reality of Islamism? What has blinded our Western, so-called, leaders to the evil that is within our borders? Why have the very Popes of Rome themselves, from Vatican II on, betrayed the Truth to pacify what is a political system of global dominance and hate of Christ, straight out of Hell, itself. 

It was not always this way. 
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"There is also the superstition of the Ishmaelites which to this day prevails and keeps people in error, being a forerunner of the Antichrist…. From that time to the present a false prophet named Mohammed has appeared in their midst. This man, after having chanced upon the Old and New Testaments and likewise, it seems, having conversed with an Arian monk, devised his own heresy. Then, having insinuated himself into the good graces of the people by a show of seeming piety, he gave out that a certain book had been sent down to him from heaven. He had set down some ridiculous compositions in this book of his and he gave it to them as an object of veneration.”

That quote is from St. John Damascene (d. 749), a Syrian Catholic monk and scholar, from his book On Heresies under the section On the Heresy of the Ishmaelites (in The Fathers of the Church. Vol. 37. Translated by the Catholic University of America. CUA Press. 1958. Pages 153-160.) 

Perhaps that Syrian Catholic monk who saw first-hand the hordes of Mohamed destroy and Arabise his land (and that of my forefathers in Lebanon) might know a thing or two, and perhaps, his word might be trusted more than that of Jorge Bergoglio.

Many are of course familiar with the prayers of Consecration to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. in the few parishes that would recite it during a First Friday devotion How many are aware that what is heard is a politically-correct, sanitised version purged of the direct address and prayer for conversion of the two great lies of history -- Islam and Talmudic and Rabbinical Judaism, that which is post Christ, post Temple.

Act of Consecration of the Human Race to the Sacred Heart of Jesus
Most sweet Jesus,
Redeemer of the human race,
look down upon us,
humbly prostrate before Thine altar.
We are Thine and Thine we wish to be;
but to be more surely united with Thee,
behold each one of us freely consecrates himself today
to Thy Most Sacred Heart.
Many, indeed, have never known Thee;
many, too, despising Thy precepts,
have rejected Thee.
Have mercy on them all,
most merciful Jesus,
and draw them to Thy Sacred Heart.
Be Thou King, O Lord,
not only of the faithful who have never forsaken Thee,
but also of the prodigal children who have abandoned Thee,
grant that they may quickly return to their Father's house,
lest they die of wretchedness and hunger.
Be Thou King of those who are deceived by erroneous opinions,
or whom discord keeps aloof
and call them back to the harbour of truth and unity of faith,
so that soon there may be but one flock and one shepherd.
Be Thou King of all those who even now sit in the shadow of idolatry or Islam, and refuse not Thou to bring them into the light of Thy kingdom.
Look, finally, with eyes of pity upon the children of that race,
which was for so long a time Thy chosen people;

and let Thy Blood, which was once invoked upon them in vengeance,
now descend upon them also in a cleansing flood of redemption and eternal life.

Grant, O Lord,
to Thy Church,
assurance of freedom and immunity from harm;
give peace and order to all nations,
and make the earth resound
from pole to pole with one cry:
Praise to the Divine Heart
that wrought our salvation:
to it be glory
and honour forever.
By Pope Pius XI

The "shadow of idolatry or Islam." Pope Pius XI was speaking here of Moslems, Hindus, Buddhists. Then the "chosen people." Nothing politically-correct about that!

Too many to list here, are the commentaries of the Saints on Islam, but a good summary can be found at this post on OnePeterFive. They knew what it was that they were dealing with.

How any Christian who has a true faith in Our Lord Jesus Christ can consider Islam true is the height of blasphemy and betrayal. 

I have challenged my own second cousin directly as a heretic. He for decades now, is a laicised priest, once of the Resurrectionist Fathers out of Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario, and now married to a former "mother superior," who still looks like a nun. A man well into his 70's who betrayed his own ordination and the faith of his Lebanese and Maronite Fathers, and who professes Arian belief, who sees Islam as equal, denies the Holy Trinity and places Jesus as nothing more than "the most perfect man." 

It is an act of scandal and blasphemy against the First Commandment for Pope Bergoglio and those who came before him to pray in mosques, with an Imam or to state that Islam is a "religion of peace" or that Muslims worship, "the same God." They most certainly do not. They may "profess" to do so, as Vatican II and the Catechism state for ecumenical purposes, but they do not. God will be vengeful upon the Church's leaders for failing to preach the truth.

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Are there good Muslims? Of course. But if they are good, it is not because of Islam, it is in spite of it. Will they go to Hell? "There is no salvation outside the Catholic Church." Period. If God, in his infinite mercy, chooses to "save" a "good" Muslim who in complete ignorance and a life according to natural law did not know better, well, that is up to God. For you and I to think otherwise is a lie. For you and I to not tell a Moslem the truth, is an evil that will be measured out upon us. For the Pope to do it, one shudders to think of how low in Hell, they will be for leaving these poor people in the darkness in which they dwell.

Throughout history, there were great men such as Charles Martel made famous at the Battle of Tours, Don Juan of Austria, Jan Sobieski of Poland and the great Saints of Otranto lead by St. Antonio Primaldi and Ferdinand II and the Reconquista of the Iberian peninsula. These great men rose up to lead the people of Europe in war and expulsion of the Islamist hordes who would see to it to spread their sharia throughout the civilised world. That sharia spreads amongst what those Mohammedans call the "Dar al-taweed" or "house of war," because we have forgotten something else of that wise Pope, Pius XI who wrote the prayers to the Sacred Heart referred to earlier. We have forgotten and outright denied the Social Kingship of Jesus Christ.

Another Jorge, the self-professed Catholic-atheist, Jorge Agustín Nicolás Ruiz de Santayana y Borrás, known in English as George Santayana, said; "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it."  

We have forgotten what Islam did to our civilisation. Will we have the courage to remember what it will take to save it?

Tuesday 20 December 2016

Step right up folks and grant yourselves your own annulment

From the just can't make this stuff up file:

Gloria TV is reporting:
On Friday Cardinal Müller, the Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, said to the Passauer Neue Presse that there are cases when Catholics can decide on their own with a confessor that their marriage is null. This opinion has been condemned by the Council of Trent as a heresy. Quote: “If any one saith, that matrimonial causes do not belong to ecclesiastical judges; let him be anathema.”

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Along with that, we find that the Bishop of  Rome has asked:
Anne Hidalgo, the Socialist mayor of Paris who is an atheist, has received a letter from Pope Francis in which Francis thanks her for her participation in a meeting in the Vatican. The letter concludes: "I kindly ask you to pray for me, or to think well about me and to send me a positive wave."

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Right back at  ya!

Thank you Father Thomas J. Rosica, CSB. I couldn't have done it without you.

It took ten years to hit 600,000 and then in February 2015, Father Thomas J. Rosica came along. Really, before him, few paid attention to anything I had to say. He likes to describe "The Francis Effect." Well, Father Tom, you should know all about that because what you did is known as "The Streisand Effect," but around here, we call it, The Rosica Effect!

And today, less than two years past, this little blog, though still little by the standards of Father Z, Rorate Caeli and OnePeterFive, has just past:

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Thank you Father Tom, I couldn't have done it without you.

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Is Jorge Mario Bergoglio feeling any guilt over yesterday?

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Ambassador to Russia murdered in public in Turkey. The murderer shouted allahu akbar, "our god is greatest" and then shot him nine times in the back. May God rest the soul of the Honourable Ambassador Andrey Karlov and judge to Hell, the 22 year old off-duty police officer and mohammedan terrorist who was shot moments later.

In Switzerland, a mohammedan shot up and killed people at a mohammedan worship centre. He no doubt shouted "our god is greatest."

In Berlin, 12 dead and 40 injured at a Christmas market the next location of slaughter by a "lorry," according to the BBC, but a "lorry" driven by a mahomedan from Pakistan along side the dead body of a poor Polish man murdered for it, no doubt shouting "our god is greatest." God rest the souls of the victims and damn the mohammedan to Hell.

Bergoglio demands more of these monsters in our nation states, These whose "god" is the devil. Does he feel any guilt over yesterday?

There is a solution to this but we must have the stomach for it.

The example is a little piece of America on the east side of Cuba. Large enough for tens of thousands and a complete clean-up of those in our lands who sympathise with these irreformable barbarians. 

Merkel, Cameron, Obama, Hollande, Bergoglio, Trudeau. They did this.

Monday 19 December 2016

"Formal Correction" of the Pope is coming - a LifeSiteNews exclusive!

Our readers will be most interested in this exclusive interview by Lisa Bourne at LifeSiteNews with Raymond Cardinal Burke on the next steps relating to the four Cardinals dubia to the Pope on the errors in Amoris Laetitia. LifeSiteNews was once dismissed by Vatican advisor Thomas J. Rosica, CSB, and Executive Producer of the little watched Salt + Light Television, as being, "run out of somebody's basement in the Ottawa valley," and in being "non-Catholic." Some basement!

One might consider supporting their Christmas fundraising campaign to remind Father Rosica, and their other detractors, exactly how important they are today.

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“The dubia have to have a response because they have to do with the very foundations of the moral life and of the Church’s constant teaching with regard to good and evil, with regard to various sacred realities like marriage and Holy Communion and so forth,” Burke said during a telephone interview.
“Now of course we are in the last days, days of strong grace, before the Solemnity of the Nativity of Our Lord, and then we have the Octave of the Solemnity and the celebrations at the beginning of the New Year - the whole mystery of Our Lord’s Birth and His Epiphany - so it would probably take place sometime after that.”

Is Austen Ivereigh speaking now for Pope Bergoglio and why are my Knights of Columbus paying for this rot?

Image result for austen ivereighAusten Ivereigh has made quite a name for himself in the past week. In the Knights of Columbus financed, Crux, Ivereigh raged against faithful Catholics, from the four Cardinals to the laity who oppose the sacrilegious and implied heretical notions in Bishop of Rome Bergoglio's horrid Amoris Laetitia.

He has done it again with a commentary on the matter of, what he thinks, is Jorge Bergoglio's view on the enneagram. The article is essentially about the Pope's 80th birthday. He then weaves into the condemned new age practice of the enneagram:

Related image"Pope Francis, incidentally, knows the Enneagram well and is not against it. But he is wary of the way it can be misused and lead to excessive introspection if not deployed within a solid spiritual framework."

Is Austen Ivereigh a gnostic, with particular knowledge about what the Pope thinks? If so, let this minion confirm it publicly.

Why are the Knights of Columbus funding Crux?