Saturday, 25 February 2017

More on womyn deacons - Bergoglio will be the one who "splits the Church"

Remember that off the cuff remark from Bergoglio to study women deacons? Notwithstanding that is has been studied previously. We have also reported previously on this matter. There were never women deacons. Those who may have been called such were the wives of deacons and assisted at the sacrament of baptism which was full immersion, and for a woman, they aided with maintaining modesty.

Women were never, ever deacons in any liturgical sense. They were never to preach in Church. St.Paul forbid it, so does Canon Law. 

This is part of Bergoglio's wrteched plan to make the Church over into his image. He can play with it all he wants. He will be struck down because of it one day and he will be judged by the LORD for his grievous crimes against the Church and Faith, may he repent.

What follows is a story today from Fra. Cristoforo. 

But worry not Voxers, if this happens, rest assured, it will not be for long. The Church will split, those who have done this will be part of the anti-Church and the anti-Christ. The real Church will rise again, a holy Pope will come and declare all of this anathema. 

Those who have done this will burn in Hell, if they do not repent.

And remember from where the fish rots first.

Fra Cristoforo "Drafts Part IX: two new details”
1450428417-cup-coffeeIn the offices of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, there is a room used as a, "coffee break room," where there are cakes, pies, microwave, etc., it is on the first floor).  There is also a sitting room where the leaders of various denominations come together.
In this room a few days ago, I was told by a famous official of that department, of an unpublished draft that is part of  a plan  they are working on "to accelerate the female diaconate." To be fair, I explain something important. The women deacons in the Catholic Church, will not be like that of men. Women will be a "shoot,” and can only preach, and will not have "power" to bless (except in exceptional cases). They can give communion, and they can preach. The Baptisms they can only do this if lacking a "suitable” minister, in case of extreme necessity (anyone can do this.) if there is no priest or deacon.
But it seems to me that it is grave, regardless. Also because, as we know, the intention is to make gradually "normal" such a thing. So there will be no difference between us and the Lutherans, and then clear all that's left.
An official of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (South American), I will not name, it reports that Muller "is a failed man."
That is where he is because Bergoglio is giving him a favor. It seems that his replacement is just Maradiaga.
It is always good to know that there so much risk in what I refer. But I agree that it is more just rumour, at least in my consciousness. And if they catch me, so be it.
I have only told the truth.


Leah said...

Considering all the clergy they have lost since Vatican II, they have to do something. Of course, they would never consider going back to orthodoxy. To the days of Pope Pius XII.

Dan said...

There will be a "crusade" against those rigid neo-pelagians who refuse "right-think!"

Peter Lamb said...

Use of women in Catholic
Church ceremonies is strictly condemned.

Council of Laodica (4th century): Canon 44: Women may not go to the altar. (This canon is found in all collections of canons in the Church both East and West.)

Pope Gelasius 494 A.D. "We have heard with sorrow of the great contempt with which the sacred mysteries have been treated. It has reached the point where women have been encouraged to serve at the altar, and to carry out roles that are not suited to their sex, having been assigned exclusively to those of masculine gender."

Encyclical of Pope Benedict XIV promulgated on July 26, 1755 Allatae Sunt: "Pope Gelasius in his ninth letter (chap. 26) to the bishops of Lucania condemned the evil practice which had been introduced of women serving the priest at the celebration of Mass. Since this abuse had spread to the Greeks, Innocent IV strictly forbade it in his letter to the bishop of Tusculum: 'Women should not dare to serve at the altar; they should be altogether refused this ministry.' We too have forbidden this practice in the same words in Our oft-repeated constitution Etsi Pastoralis, sect. 6, no. 21."

1917 Code of Canon Law. Canon 813, section 2: "The minister serving at mass should not be a woman unless, in absence of a man, for just cause, it is so arranged that the woman respond from afar and by no means approach the altar."

The Holy Bible: "Let women keep silence in the churches: for it is not permitted them to speak, but to be subject, as also the law saith." (1 Cor. 14: 34). "But I suffer not a woman to teach, nor to use authority over the man: but to be in silence." (1 Timothy 2: 12).

1917 Catholic Encyclopedia "Women ministering at the altar, even in a subordinate capacity, is likewise forbidden. A decree says: 'It is prohibited to any woman to presume to approach the altar or minister to the priest' (cap. Inhibendum, 1 de cohab.); for if a woman should keep silence in church, much more should she abstain from the ministry of the altar, conclude the canonists."
(Introibo Altare Dei.)

GMUA said...

The True Catholic Church is not spilt. It is in the Catacombs. With Real priests and Real bishops attending to their flocks. In run down gymnasiums, homes, etc. The Novus Ordo church is not Catholic.

Unknown said...

Very nice collection of quotes.

Barnum said...

Pius XII allowed the Holy Thursday foot washing ritual, then confined to Masses in seminaries, and where the ritual had its deepest relevance as an example, to be used now at all Holy Thursday Masses.In this day, the current Pope has turned the ritual to a SJW-styled absurdity.

Aren't the 60s and 70s over yet?

Kathleen1031 said...

I don't understand. If discovery is an issue, why disclose a specific location?

Anonymous said...

Bergoglio is turning the Church upside down.

Michael Demers said...

Pope Blessed Paul VI split the Church after Humanae Vitae in 1968.

Anonymous said...

On another note:

Did your son die or is he still OK? I was praying for him.


Peter Lamb said...

Dear Margaret, Thank you for your great charity. Yes, Mikey died on 6 February - 6 weeks from diagosis of malignant melanoma to death. The scorching desert sun in Afghanistan activated a mole on his back. He did 3 tours in Afgan - 2 with the SAS. Father Arnold Trauner flew from Austria, heard his Confession, adminstered Extreme Unction and gave him Viaticum. He died a very good provided death, very bravely, without ever complaining and in great faith, wearing the brown scapula.
The staff, facilities and palliative treatment at the Royal Bristol Infirmary were absolutely tremendous. The support from his "muckers", a host of Regiments and the Army was incredible. I was in Bristol from 17 Jan. until 17 Feb. The Army brought his siblings from around the world and paid for all our air tickets, hotel accommodations and his funeral. There were hundreds of men at his funeral. The guys from Hereford turned a hospital room into a wedding chapel and he got married on 20 Jan. They gave him a bachelor party of note a few days before in hospital. Thanks for asking. :)

Peter Lamb said...

P.S. Dear Margaret, click on this link and see pages 91 - 93. :)

susan said...

Dear words. God bless you my good man, your family, and the soul of your precious son. May you always find peace, comfort, hope and haven in the Sacred Heart of our King. God bless all are in my prayers.

Peter Lamb said...

Thank you Susan. :)