Thursday, 11 February 2021

Eight years ago today

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It was eight years ago this very morning. I, like most of you in the eastern time zone, was getting dressed for work, it was the 6AM news. Pope Benedict XVI had renounced the papacy and called for a Conclave to elect a new pope. I was dumbfounded and left in near shock. The next few weeks were filled with uncertainty and fear, but hopeful that with a College that elected him and added to by him, we would emerge with the right man. Could it be Schola? Perhaps even Burke? Naive was I and anesthetized by the illusion and the hopes so falsely raised during that Pontificate. Yet, one thing will stand out and for that, we must be truly thankful, - Summorum Pontificum. This is the one act that has given us the weapon to battle. Bergoglio will not take it, he would not dare.  

A few weeks later, a man walked out on the loggia. I knew something was wrong. It was my view that the Conclave was too fast, it gave me the feeling that it was not sincere, that somehow, they did not listen to the Holy Spirit. As he came out and I watched him, with that cold stare, the silence, the "good evening," I felt the urge to vomit; it lasted for hours. My wife felt the same and I have come to know of hundreds of others with similar reactions. Jorge Mario Bergoglio? Who was he? I did not know who he was, but I knew, it was not good.

What I do know is that Joseph Ratzinger abandoned his children to the wolves. Perhaps we did not pray enough that he would not "flee" for fear of them, but our father abandoned his children and left us to a cruel and vindictive step-father. I loved Joseph Ratzinger, I miss him terribly. Today, I can only look at him with sadness and pity. 

There are too many unanswered questions about Ratzinger's renouncement and Bergoglio's election. Numerous times I have posted the comments by the Freemasons in Italy and Argentina praising his election. Numerous times I have posted the address by Cardinal "Uncle Teddy" McCarrick about his own conspiracy to elect Bergoglio and how he was lobbied by a powerful and influential Roman.

18:20 Just before we went into the general conversations when everybody can talk, a very interesting and influential Italian gentleman came to ask if he could come and see me, so I said “sure.”
He came to see me at the Seminary, at the American College where I was staying; and we sat down. He is a very brilliant man, a very influential man in Rome and we talked about a number of things. He had a favour to ask me when I get back to the United States, but then he asked,
What about Bergoglio?”
I was surprised at the question, I said, “what about him.”
He said, “Does he have a chance?”
I said, “I don’t think so, because no one has mentioned his name, he hasn’t been in anybody’s mind, I don’t think it’s on anybody’s mind to vote for him.”
He said, “He could do it you know.”
I said, “What could he do?”
He said, “He could reform the Church, if we gave him five years, he could put us back on target. “
“Well, he’s 76.”
“Yeah, in five years, if he had five years. The Lord working through Bergoglio in five years could make the Church over again.”
I said, “That’s an interesting thing.”
“I know you’re his friend.”
“Well, I hope I’m his friend.”
He said, Talk him up.
That was the first that I heard from people that Bergoglio would be a possibility in this election.
I hope that the new, that the one who is elected Pope, will be someone who, if he is not himself a Latin American, would at least have a very strong interest in Latin America”. “Was that part of it? Who knows?  What is it my friend said? “Push Bergoglio”?  Did he say it to a lot of people? I don’t know.”

Consider this then.

Gustavo Raffi, Grand Master of the Grand Orient of Italy

"With the election of Pope Francis nothing will ever be the same again. With Pope Francis, nothing will be more as it was before. It is a clear choice of fraternity for a Church of dialogue, which is not contaminated by the logic and temptations of temporal power"
“A man of the poor far away from the Curia. Fraternity and the desire to dialogue were his first concrete words. Perhaps nothing in the Church will be as it was before. Our hope is that the pontificate of Francis, the Pope who 'comes from the end of the world' can mark the return to the Church-Word instead of the Church-Institution, promoting an open dialogue with the contemporary world, with believers and non-believers, following the springtime of Vatican II." 
"The Jesuit who is close to the least ones of history," Raffi continues, "has the great opportunity to show the world the face of a Church that must recover the announcement of a new humanity, not the weight of an institution that closes itself off in defense of its own privileges. Bergoglio knows real life and will remember the lesson of one of his favorite theologians, Romano Guardini, for whom the truth of love cannot be stopped. 
"The simple cross he wore on his white cassock," concludes the Grand Master of Palazzo Giustiniani, "lets us hope that a Church of the people will re-discover its capacity to dialogue with all men of good will and with Freemasonry, which, as the experience of Latin America teaches us, works for the good and progress of humanity, as shown by Bolivar, Allende and José Martí, to name only a few. This is the 'white smoke' that we expect from the Church of our times."  

Someone knows something. Somewhere, there is a key to this mystery and it will not be hidden forever.

* * *

Dear President Trump:

The campaign slogan “Make America Great Again,” resonated with millions of common Americans and your tenacity in pushing back against many of the most harmful recent trends has been most inspiring. We all look forward to seeing a continued reversal of the collectivist trends of recent decades.

Reversing recent collectivist trends will, by necessity, require a reversal of many of the actions taken by the previous administration.  Among those actions, we believe that there is one that remains cloaked in secrecy.  Specifically, we have reason to believe that a Vatican “regime change” was engineered by the Obama administration.

We were alarmed to discover that, during the third year of the first term of the Obama administration your previous opponent, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and other government officials with whom she associated proposed a Catholic “revolution” in which the final demise of what was left of the Catholic Church in America would be realized.[1]  Approximately a year after this e-mail discussion, which was never intended to be made public, we find that Pope Benedict XVI abdicated under highly unusual circumstances and was replaced by a pope whose apparent mission is to provide a spiritual component to the radical ideological agenda of the international left. [2] The Pontificate of Pope Francis has subsequently called into question its own legitimacy on a multitude of occasions. [3]

During the 2016 presidential campaign, we were astonished to witness Pope Francis actively campaigning against your proposed policies concerning the securing of our borders, and even going so far as to suggest that you are not a Christian [4].  We appreciated your prompt and pointed response to this disgraceful accusation [5].

We remain puzzled by the behaviour of this ideologically charged Pope, whose mission seems to be one of advancing secular agendas of the left rather than guiding the Catholic Church in Her sacred mission.  It is simply not the proper role of a Pope to be involved in politics to the point that he is considered to be the leader of the international left.

While we share your stated goal for America, we believe that the path to “greatness” is for America to be “good” again, to paraphrase de Tocqueville.  We understand that good character cannot be forced on people, but the opportunity to live our lives as good Catholics has been made increasingly difficult by what appears to be a collision between a hostile United States government and a pope who seems to hold as much ill will towards followers of perennial Catholic teachings as he seems to hold toward yourself.

With all of this in mind, and wishing the best for our country as well as for Catholics worldwide, we believe it to be the responsibility of loyal and informed United States Catholics to petition you to authorize an investigation into the following questions:

- To what end was the National Security Agency monitoring the conclave that elected Pope Francis? [6]

-  What other covert operations were carried out by US government operatives concerning the resignation of Pope Benedict or the conclave that elected Pope Francis?

-  Did US government operatives have contact with the “Cardinal Danneels Mafia”?  [7]

-  International monetary transactions with the Vatican were suspended during the last few days prior to the resignation of Pope Benedict.  Were any U.S. Government agencies involved in this? [8]

-  Why were international monetary transactions resumed on February 12, 2013, the day after Benedict XVI announced his resignation? Was this pure coincidence? [9]

-  What actions, if any, were actually taken by John Podesta, Hillary Clinton, and others tied to the Obama administration who were involved in the discussion proposing the fomenting of a “Catholic Spring”?

- What was the purpose and nature of the secret meeting between Vice President Joseph Biden and Pope Benedict XVI at the Vatican on or about June 3, 2011?

-   What roles were played by George Soros and other international financiers who may be currently residing in United States territory? [10]

We believe that the very existence of these unanswered questions provides sufficient evidence to warrant this request for an investigation.

Should such an investigation reveal that the U.S. government interfered inappropriately into the affairs of the Catholic Church, we further request the release of the results so that Catholics may request appropriate action from those elements of our hierarchy who remain loyal to the teachings of the Catholic Church.

Please understand that we are not requesting an investigation into the Catholic Church; we are simply asking for an investigation into recent activities of the U.S. Government, of which you are now the chief executive.

Thank you again, and be assured of our most sincere prayers.


David L. Sonnier, LTC US ARMY (Retired)
Michael J. Matt, Editor of The Remnant
Christopher A. Ferrara (President of The American Catholic Lawyers Association, Inc.)
Chris Jackson,
Elizabeth Yore, Esq., Founder of Yore Children


Anonymous said...

Don says

As soon as th e white smoke announced the election of P.F. before I knew his face, I wept bitterly.

Kathleen1031 said...

Thank you for this Vox.
He's evil, we can see it clearly now, and evil men and plans are behind his election.
Please Lord, help us.

TLM said...

I truly think that a great number of us had similar reactions. At least the ones that are in tune with our true faith....with the Holy Spirit. As I've said many times, when he appeared on the balcony, even before he opened his mouth, I said to my H. "Something is wrong here....something is VERY wrong here." And he said to me: "I'm sick". Beyond a shadow of a doubt, that was the Holy Spirit telling us: "BE PREPARED.....PUT ON THE ARMOR OF GOD!!!!"...."The GREAT WAR is upon us!!"

As far as the 'letter to Trump'.....well, as I've also said: 'He's done a fair job trying to 'drain the swamp' in Washington, wonder if he would like to take ROME on??

Anonymous said...

A pope can't afford "resigning"; no matter what "pressure." Would they kill him? At least we would know what we are dealing with in Vatican and Benedict would become a martyr for a good cause. Was he afraid of the cliques? What a delicate type. A bit narcissistic? Music lover and a subtle philosopher. Yes, it's nicer to spend days playing the piano and reading books than fighting with the Church enemies. And this is what he ended up doing. From this comfortable position he let the Church stink deeper and deeper by the day, never protesting against anything. He had a chance to do something meaningful during his pontificate; he could end up heroic at least, send a message, inspire; instead, he ended up pathetic.

TLM said...

Oh yeah, and this reminds me of another tid bit I've recently become aware of: The CIA was present at the last Conclave. ??? THE CIA???? I've never heard of the CIA being present at any of our past Conclaves. WHAT were they DOING THERE????????!!!!!!! WHY would they find a need for the CENTRAL INTELLIGENT AGENCY to be present at THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CONCLAVE???????

Somebody might help me out here!!

Kathleen1031 said...

I remember hearing a story about Pope Benedict, where someone once asked him why he doesn't do this or that, and he pointed to the door of his office and said "see that door? my authority ends there", so he clearly did not feel he was in charge of things and that other men were in charge. Whether this was true, or his perception of true, it doesn't really matter, he acted as if it were true, and he eventually gave up and abdicated.
It was very, very weird though, that he claimed he had a direct message by God to abdicate. As weird as everything now is, I have a hard time imagining Joseph Ratzinger making up a story in which God talks to him, for convenience. But who knows anything anymore.

Anonymous said...

I was babysitting that day. My daughter-in-law had just walked in when they announced the new pope. As soon as he walked out on the balcony, I said, "He's a communist." How did I know that?


john said...

I have little empathy for Pope Benedict. He was one of the main injectors of poison into the Church during VII. While he might have been trying to undo some of the damage he realized he greatly helped cause, he wimped out when faced with adversity, protected his own hide. Weak, pathetic.

Thomas tucker said...

I disagree with the comments regarding Benedict. Having seen him at an audience not long before his announcement, I was shocked at how frail he looked. He could not have foreseen the election of Bergoglio as Pope Francis. I would not pin it on him.

Ana Milan said...

Maybe the current investigations into the FBI collusion with Clinton & Obama to prevent President Trump from being elected will throw some light on PF's election & PBXVI's abdication. There seems to be a link along the line & I wouldn't be surprised if Soros also had a hand in it. I hope the paper trail will help to inform us of what exactly led to the elevation of the Marxist PF.

Lee Gilbert said...

Anonymous, With all due respect, i.e., not much, your comment is complete drivel. Essentially, you accuse Pope Benedict of lying. He had said that he did not feel up to the demands of the papacy, that he had prayed about his decision and felt that he was following the will of God. One may certainly argue that the modern conception of the "demands of the papacy" is incorrect, that there is nothing that requires multiple trips, etc, that he could have reduced such responsibilities without relinquishing the office. Nevertheless, it is not difficult to see how remaining in the office without being able to discharge his duties as he conceived them would have caused him grave qualms of conscience.

Now you feel free, from your courageous anonymity, to label him a "delicate type," "narcisstic," "pathetic," characterize him as music loving layabout, etc. and lover of comfort. From this one presumes that by way of contrast you are the very model of an energetic apostle and a paragon of asceticism but I rather doubt it. I would be very surprised to learn that you have so much as taught a religion education class for one year, or even written a letter to the editor under your own name.

If you don't eventually answer for this letter with well-deserved aeons in Purgatory, it would be remarkable.

Jack said...

May we hope that once he is dead Benedict has left a testament explaining exactly WHO were the wolves he feared ?

Anonymous said...

I am so sick of comments like Anonymous' at 10:43am. They show such a lack of faith. Anyone who knows Scripture and Catholic prophecy realizes certain things must take place before Christ's Second coming. To assume that Benedict XVI acted cowardly in his resignation is making a judgement not permitted by God or the holy Catholic Faith. How can any one of us know that it was not in God's plan for Benedict to resign? And, please, don't say "the pope never resigns" because this time is DIFFERENT. Who can say that his prayers and sacrifices are not more beneficial than his remaining in office would have been? And just exactly how much "better" off would the Church be if the rot and filth that's being EXPOSED by Bergoglio was continuing to fester unseen? It has to come to a head and be lanced and the pus drained before any real healing in the Church can begin. Start seeing Bergoglio as the infection God is allowing to bring the boil to a head and be thankful that we have Benedict doing prayer and penance for the Church's healing. If every whining, blaming Catholic who continually posts on websites - yes, INCLUDING MYSELF! - would offer another Rosary in place of a rant, the Triumph of Mary's Immaculate Heart would come about much sooner.

Justina said...

I, too, remember exactly where I was 5 years ago today. And something tells me that the reality of who Jorge Bergoglio is, and what he is all about, amount to something far more insidious than our worst intuitions can fathom. Our Lady of Lourdes, pray for us!

Anonymous said...

Congratulations on your response, Lee. You put a lot into it. Wishy-washy “who am I to judge” on the one hand and bully-like judgemental on the other. How Bergoglian. Keep it up. You may end up in Vatican.

Anonymous said...

I have not watched Saturday Night Live (or tv for that matter) for many years . SNL definitely became uber left leaning at some point and seemed to be nothing more than a propaganda spewing machine, (made even more obvious in our last presidential election cycle).

So I always thought it strange that Saturday Night Live did a commercial parody on the pope's resignation called "Papal Securities". It seemed odd that 1) SNL would even touch this subject (highly doubtful that faithful Catholics are their target audience) and that i2)this production could be put together and aired within days of his resignation. Yes, SNL is known for its improv and live shots, but the commercial parodies are normally decided upon months in advance, require lots of production time/dollars and are meant to rival actual commercials. Ad agencies actually will rate them.

More curiously, within weeks, Time Magazine (another propaganda machine) followed up by declaring "Papal Securities " one of the top five SNL commercial parodies of all time.

Was this a way to "legitimize" the resignation of the pope in the mindset of the masses? The time frame is highly suspicious, given production normally takes months .. .unless, of course, there was some sort of foreknowledge.

Dorota Mosiewicz-Patalas said...

Anonymous 1:34

I expect the Church hierarchy to value Christian doctrine rather than undermine and destroy it. I expect them to be honest people, who - charged with care of souls - value Truth more than anything else.

Please don't blame me for being human and for having reasonable expectations.

The way we, regular Catholics, have been treated by those put in charge of us, is beyond unbelievable. Their conduct is beyond immoral. Their indifference to our cries for explanation and help - surreal.

I am not a doormat. I have a brain and God-given conscience and dignity. Is humility a passive acceptance of evil?

Anonymous said...

@TLM @AnaMilan, it would not surprise me if the Conclave was under audio (and possibly, video!) surveillance by any number of spy agencies. Such is the technology available these days.

It is unknown whether or not one or more of the cardinals, themselves, was an operative working at the behest of Obama/Clinton, Merkel/EU, Rothschilds/Soros or the globalist agenda (Marxist/Satanic), but it would be nice if a few journalists would look into this matter!

Dorota Mosiewicz-Patalas said...

Why should we constantly be enveloped in a thick fog, always wondering - why have we been so utterly abandoned? Why should we not be permitted to express a righteous anger?

I think of the things Jesus is telling us - we should take the Good News to all corners of the world, and when they don't listen to us, we should leave, and we should shake the dust off our feet.

Yet we are being told to bring them to our home, and to kiss THEIR feet, the feet of those who have heard about Jesus Christ, and who have rejected Him.

If we don't do it, we are haters.

Pagan, Jew or Muslim - if they reject Jesus Christ, why do we insist that we are holier and wiser than Jesus, that we owe them friendship and submission? It is ridiculous. Maybe this is the reason for what so many call a confusion?

Jesus did not leave us helpless in a fog.

I am not confused. I am really tired of this nonsense. I am not a hater, not a bigot, not an anti-Semite. I am a Christian of an average intelligence, who CAN understand clear messages and instructions. When they come from God, they are reliable.

jim norwood said...

This bothers me. I recently saw a picture of Benedict smiling and gladhanding Bergolio. If he is aware of all the shenanigans going on, why is he so happy to see Bergolio? So many questions, so few answers?

Jay Jay said...

He said, “Good evening”. Obviously not a Pius V. I stand with Ann Barnhardt - an antipope. The lowest common denominator to the hulk in the pew (me) is, it is senseless to think that this man, who does the things he does, can be blessed with the infallible graces of the Holy Spirit. Back to Argentina with ye Jorge, and your despicable crew of homosexuals.

Anonymous said...

I was on a bus and a friend texted me to say "South American Jesuit" and my first thought was "We're toast."

Dorota Mosiewicz-Patalas said...

@ Jim Nowood

I think we are desensitized to great injustices and obvious lies, and we are traumatized into passivity. We are gaslighted. We let our children down, as we allow it.

We suffer cognitive dissonance.

On one hand, we reject false mercy, on the other - we refuse to judge what we clearly discern, see and understand.

We act and talk more and more like zombies, like cowards. If someone badmouthed my father, would I stay friendly with him, because... peace? - No. I would tell the person that what they did was wrong, and I would not remain his friend. Not when they disrespect my father before me!

If someone violated your wife/daughter in front of your eyes, would you stand by idly, pondering the possible reason they had to do it?

But this is not about our father, our mother, wife or daughter. We are to love God more.

If we want to believe ourselves followers of Jesus Christ, if He is not merely an abstract idea to us (as our father or wife is not), why are we so determined to act exactly like the traitors, cowards and evildoers disrespecting God, destroying our Church and leading souls into an abyss, as though they did not believe? Is God not right here, right now, seeing us, loving us, calling us to Himself? Right at this moment, He is here. is He really asking us to accept this circus?

We are being desensitized.

I do not consent. I do not suspect that our shepherds leave us in the dark, and at the mercy of wolves, because new circumstances demand it. Nothing is new under the sun. I judge according to the Holy Word of God, and to Church doctrines. And I will be judged by the same standard. God have mercy on me.

Michael Dowd said...

Wonder why Benedict doesn't come forward and fess up about what actually happened to him? That's one of the many mysteries of Bergoglio take-over. Hopefully, some day we will know.

But what we can conclude is that it took many more than Benedict to make this happen. The tentative conclusion is that a solid majority of the Cardinals must believe Bergoglio is what they want for the Church. This means that they have lost their judgement and probably their faith. The Church is divided against itself and cannot stand for long the way it is. A schism cannot be far away.

Peter Lamb said...

"Diabolical disorientation" was a popular subject a while ago. I think this term applies to the Catholic laity, rather than to the judeo-masonic "clergy".

The Catechism is so clear: The Catholic Church is Indefectible.Dogma.
God is immutable, therefore the Faith is immutable, therefore Catholic doctrine is immutable, therefore the Catholic Church is Indefectible.

Saint Paul, Apostle to the Gentiles, Divinely inspired author of Holy Scripture, admonishes: "If anybody, even an Angel from Heaven, teaches you a gospel, (doctrine), different to that which I have taught you, LET HIM, (THEM), BE ANATHEMA."

The Catholic Church consists in Jesus Christ, its Head; The Church Militant, on Earth; The Church Penitent in Purgatory; The Church Triumphant in Heaven.

The Catholic Church does not consist in former Catholic properties, or the Vatican properties, (real estate). It does not consist in the judeo-masonic clergy, their consorts, or their abettors who have created a new church of satan, by usurping the trappings and properties of the Catholic Church. The satanists first infiltrated and then replaced and ousted the Catholic Church from its temporal abodes.

Have the judeo-masonic luciferians taught a gospel different from the Gospel of Christ? Have they defected from Catholic doctrine? Have they preached formal heresies? Then how can they be Members of the Catholic Church? How can their church be the Catholic Church of Jesus Christ?

Then why do the vast majority of Catholic laity still refer to perfidious jorge as "pope" and consider his consorting "clergy" as "Catholic prelates"? How can they, most stupidly, advise people to "stay in the sinking barge of Christ and fight from within"? How can Christ's barge ever sink? How can one, single barge be the barge of Christ and the barge of satan at the same time? Nothing can be itself and its opposite at the same time. Their stupidity defies the laws of logic!

It is not the judeo-masonic "clergy" who are diabolically disoriented. They know exactly who they are, what they are about and precisely what their goal is.

It is the vast majority of the Catholic laity who are diabolically disoriented. It is they who obstinately persist in perceiving heretics as "popes" and "clergy"; It is they who persist in referring to the conciliar church as the Catholic Church; It is they who refute Catholic doctrine and Holy Scripture and will not let the impostors be anathema;It is they who have no eyes to see, nor ears to hear; They who's ears itch and who would believe lying and fables. May God help them.

Anonymous said...

According to one site Pope Benedict stepped down because there was something about to be exposed ,they also claim he remains in the Vatican because there is an International arrest warrant out on him.

Peter Lamb said...

A gentle reminder to ratzinger fans:

In section II, A, 5, The Jewish People and their Sacred Scriptures in the Christian Bible states:

“Jewish messianic expectation is not in vain...”

In section II, A, 7, The Jewish People and their Sacred Scriptures in the Christian Bible states:

“…to read the Bible as Judaism does necessarily involves an implicit acceptance of all its presuppositions, that is, the full acceptance of what Judaism is, in particular, the authority of its writings and rabbinic traditions, which exclude faith in Jesus as Messiah and Son of God… Christians can and ought to admit that the Jewish reading of the Bible is a possible one…”

So, according to this Vatican book, Christians can and ought to admit that the Jewish position that Jesus is not the Son of God and the prophesied Messiah is a possible one! The preface for this totally heretical book was written by none other than Joseph Ratzinger, the now Benedict XVI.

This is antichrist!

1 John 2:22: “… he who denieth that Jesus is the Christ? He is antichrist…”
(Thanks Jerome.)

Anonymous said...

To Dorota Mosiewicz-Patalas and others
Anonimi della Croce blog on Feb.7 2018 is telling us something that many people are hoping for. The title of the article is:Pauperes commilitones Christi templique" di Fra Cristoforo.
You may say that the article is from anomymous people and should not be trusted but after having read the blog for a long time i believe they are telling the truth and simply cannot be identified at this time.

Kathleen1031 said...

Dorota, I agree with you. While we have all at least somewhat had our moral judgment addled by the secular culture and secular church, we have enough left to know evil when we see it. It's not something that can be told you, you have to discern it for yourself. I've been convinced of the diabolical nature of things here since at least 2015, before then I just suspected. I've done little else the last few years in my spare time but pore over the Internet. Reading for pleasure is gone, and in place of that is basically research on this pope and what he and his cabal are doing. The facts are in, for anybody taking the time to really look at them. I have no qualms about it anymore, but what is beyond frustrating is to see clergy still play defense for the takeover of the church and the faith. I can't stand the sycophants playing pattycake with him, and hearing them use Francis-Church buzzwords is intolerable, especially that they are doing that to guilt Catholics into abandoning the true faith and replacing it with "compassion" so as to bring about a veritable Muslim invasion, which is already so successful that Europe has signed it's own death certificate, who can doubt that?? And still these men yammer about "Pope Francis" and continue to gaslight gullible Catholics. I can take a lot of things but I can't stand a convenient sellout, and that's what many of them have done. It's disgusting. I understand having to work for a living, and not having enough money, I get that very well, and I work hard for a living and still don't have enough, but I'd give up my job and my career and my income before I would sell out Jesus Christ, and His Church, and His flock, the one I vowed to care for as my spiritual children. The idea of doing that fills me with dread, but are these men fazed by the fact they have left us abandoned? Clarifying the Catechism is not sufficient as a defense of the faith, nor are vague words that never identify the POPE as the progenitor of virtually all the errors and heresies we have had to endure these last five years. There is no doubt an entire nest of active homosexuals has taken over our church, clearly, this is the case. I do not have the answer as to how to rid our Vatican of them, but let's at least do what we can and earnestly.

Anonymous said...

The apostate pope(PF)'s five-year term will mature on 13/3/2018. It's frightening to think what horrible plans he has to implement still. Failing which he may have to resign as he would be deemed incompetent by his satanic boss?

Anonymous said...

A lot of it is down to intellectual pride ,theologians have a lot to answer for,there's no substitute for simple Faith ,Pride comes before a fall .

Dorota Mosiewicz-Patalas said...

Thank you all for addressing my comments. May God help us and forgive us, should we be misjudging... Anonymous, I read the article in Italian. I think it is probably legitimate - To think even of the unbelievable developments on the Chinese front.

Jesus walked among us and talked with us, because we are capable of discerning His message. When it becomes distorted by those who ought to preserve and spread it, we ARE sufficiently equipped to recognize what is happening.

Freemasons are so used to their secret knowledge and increasing levels of initiation into the ancient pagan mysteries, they forget that the Catholic faith includes even little children. The initiation is living the Word of God, NOT elitist practices of evil. This is how true virtue becomes rigidity and legalism, and depravity is legitimized and blessed.

I understand that turning away from God's message to us, His beloved children, whom He never left without very clear instructions on how to live and die, and what to hope for, has taken us to a hellish place.

But to promote hell's ways as a new norm, to call on the young to "make mess" rather than on the old to restore order for all of us - a positive development toward love and compassion, is so disgusting, I will not say another word about it. We all see it.

Bergoglio points to sin and tells God - Watch and learn from me, how this should be handled.

Anonymous said...

@ Paul Morphy

In 2014, Irish priest and moral theologian Father Vincent Twomey was interviewed on Irish radio. Fr.Twomey is a former pupil of Joseph Ratzinger. Every year all of Ratzinger’s former pupils used gather in Rome to meet their mentor and former teacher.

On being elevated to the papacy, Pope Benedict insisted that the tradition of meeting his former pupils be continued.

Fr.Twomey told Irish radio in 2014, that he had attended 2012 and 2013 reunions in Rome. He said that he had met with Pope Benedict at both reunions.
Fr Twomey said it was clearly evident at 2012 union, that Pope Benedict looked physically exhausted. His demeanour was of a man who looked very tired, very old and burdened.

At 2013, Fr.Twomey said that he was taken aback at the improvement in Benedict’s physical appearance. He said that although he was year old, Benedict’s demeanour and appearance was that of a man liberated. He looked healthier, fitter and he was in far better spirits.

Fr.Twomey said that the contrast between 2012 and 2013 was so apparent, he wondered why Benedict resigned because physically and mentally he appeared in better shape than men who are a decade younger.

Pope Benedict “resigned” in late February 2013.

His reunions were held annually every summer.

I have no doubt that Father Twoomeys account is accurate.

Anonymous said...

@ Paul Morphy

Whatever questions and doubts that we may have in these times - it is important, essential, that each of as individuals try to hold on to our individual faith.

Scripture and Tradition teach us that our very senses will be subjected to terrible attack.
The forces against us will try and perhaps succeed, but only for a short while, in persuading us that + is -, that right is wrong, that black is white, that the anti-church is the Church.

The only certainty, the eternal certainty, is that God remains on His throne. The gates of Hell cannot prevail.

"And I say to thee: That thou art Peter; and upon this rock I will build my church, and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it."

Have faith brethren. Hold fast. Trust the words of Scripture. If you feel overcome and being subsumed, pray asking God for help.

jim norwood said...

Body parts were ripped out of living babies during abortions, to provide for the development of the latest RNA vaccines. Where are our bishops on condemning these ghoulish acts. I can find no statements from the bishops on the morality of taking these vaccines.
And then I see the two Popes taking these vaccines for all the world to see. Good luck trying to convince my children on the immorality of taking these vaccines. God help us all!

Paul Dale said...

If you have eyes to see then use them. Look at the putrid puss emanating from Vatican and see. That puss has a name: Bergoglio, Antipope.
Understand that Benedict never renounced, nor resigned the Papacy. In law his attempt was invalid, and being so, Pope Benedict XVI reigns on as the Holy Father.

The cardinals all rushed to acclaim the man who goes by the stage name, Francis. They are in schism from the true pope, and as such, heading for hell.

These are trying times. Benedict didn’t leave us orphans, the cardinals did. If they had done due diligence, then they would have realised. They are rending themselves jobless. A pope does not need them to be elected. The Church can revert back to the faithful clergy of Rome for an election.

Peter Lamb said...

ratzinger a Pope? Ha Ha Ha!

Blastman said...

Brother Alexis Bugnolo, an expert in Latin has done a thorough analysis of Benedict's supposed resignation and has found numerous problems with it. These problems range from dozens of Latin grammatical and canonical errors in the text of Benedict's Declaratio of Feb. 11 2013, published mistranslations of this text, not following the current code of canon law for a valid resignation of the Papal office, to even not actually resigning the papal office as required on Feb. 28, 2013 when Benedict supposedly stepped down from the papal office.

Br. Bugnolo has done a 6 part series on Youtube on Benedict's resignation and it is a good analysis of it -- highly recommended. Part 3 gets to the heart of the matter and I would suggest watching this episode to get a taste of his analysis. If you want to watch more after that go on to the whole series.

Pope Benedict's Renunciation: The Facts, The Laws & the Consequences -- Part 3

There are so many problems with Benedict's resignation, it's a farce that there is widespread acceptance of this in the Vatican. It should be abundantly clear after viewing Br. Bugnolo that Francis is not the Pope, and that Benedict still retains the papal office.

There are also many articles at the site on this subject. An Index to our Articles on Pope Benedict’s Renunciation …