Monday, 6 November 2017

The Decentralised Church of Bergoglio - predicted by Malachi Martin in The Jesuits!

In 1986, Malachi Martin published, The Jesuits. I bought the book around that time, read it and put it away on a shelf. I just took it out to read it again. I mean, there it was, in the introduction called, "War" and on the third page:

The decentralised Church which Bergoglio and his minions are actively undertaking. We've seen it in the Synods, in comments by those of Kasper's ilk and in the recent liturgical motu proprio on translations.

That was only on the third page and not even the first formal Chapter! 

Then, he calls out Karl Rahner:

There you have it.


Anonymous said...

Break up the hierarchy in the Church, so that the vow of obedience to the pope is meaningless. Also, with the abandonment of Church doctrines, any future pope who wants to threaten the SJ's existence for disobedience to the pope or flouting dogmas and constant teachings of the Church cannot do so. The ascension of a Jesuit to the papal throne since 13/3/2013 is too good to be true, especially when he is an apostate. Ooo lala! Lol

Michael Dowd said...

Malachi Martin was right about a lot of bad stuff in the Catholic Church following Vatican II. Vatican II was Modernism's coming out party and the beginning of a crisis that shows little sign of abating given the outrageous presence of the apostate, Pope Francis. In our time of salvation history we are being tested in our faith. Let us pray we will survive it and help others by proclaiming the truth about the Catholic Church as Malachi Martin did so very well.

Osusanna said...

He's only the Bp of Rome.

Dear friends, may no adversity paralyze you. Be afraid neither of the world, nor of the future, nor of your weakness. The Lord has allowed you to live in this moment of history so that, by your faith, his name will continue to resound throughout the world.
Pope Benedict XVI

Peter Lamb said...

What has Christ with belial? NOTHING! The only truly Catholic thing to do, is to cut ALL ties with them and their judeo-masonic "church". There are lots of good, faithful, hoodwinked, invincibly ignorant, well-intentioned people there in the local NWO church, but ignorance is not a permanent excuse, especially in these internet times. How do we help these people by attending invalid services, munching novus ordo cookies and affording scandalous recognition to heretical prelates? "Let them be anathema" means just that - LET THEM BE ANATHEMA!

If necessary, that means home alone, with your Rosary, with your Tridentine Mass DVD, or live webcast, with your Bible and pre-1958 Catholic literature, with Catholic internet sermons and Catholic friends all over the world and with St. Athanasius.

We are to be judged individually. One on one. It doesn't mean a row of beans what other people say, or think - human respect counts for nothing. "Did you consort with heretics?" "No, Lord, I DID NOT!" "Well done, good and faithful servant!" "Lord, who is that old chap over there smiling so broadly?" "Why, that is St. Paul. He wants you to go over for a chat."

Anonymous said...

@ Paul Morphy,

Father Malachi Martin's book are full of excellent and prophetic information.

IIRC, Father Martin suggests that the plan is the neutering of the central command and control structure which is predicated upon the papacy. And he was correct. Father Martin said that Liberation Theology central tenet was "the peoples church".

The Church is God's property. Not mans property.

Brian said...

I, also, purchased that book, circa 1986. I thought it was a good read. I remember a review of the book by a Jesuit. He called the book pornography. It was an Alinskyite slur so typical of those,like Bergoglio, who have abandoned the Church but still go through the pretense of being Catholic.

Anonymous said...

The 'Capture the Flag' moment for the devil and his associates is the defeat of EENS.

Anonymous said...

I listened to every interview and video by Fr Malachi Martin on youtube fascinated,then I heard him describe Christ's passion and why Lucifer fell from grace .Good taste and the avoidence of blasphemy prevent me from repeating his words,everytime I see him quoted a wave of nausea comes over me.

Anonymous said...

Me too, the unbelievable blasphemy had me upset for a long time after I heard it first, and sadly remember every time his name comes up. I threw all his books away.
May God have mercy on his soul.
Domine Iesu Christe crucifixe, miserere nobis.

Vox Cantoris said...

The two Anon's above... to what are you referring?

Anonymous said...

Malachi Martin