Monday, November 12, 2018

Bergoglio destroyed another religious community


St. Francis of Assisi prophecy fulfilled: “A Man, not Canonically Elected, will be raised to the Pontificate… In those days Jesus Christ will send them not a true Pastor, but a Destroyer”





en.news 34 out of the 39 sisters of the Little Sisters of Mary have asked to be dispensed from their vows. Founded in 1949, they run four nursing homes in the dioceses of Laval and Toulouse, France. The sisters use the Novus Ordo in Latin. In 2012 they returned to their old habit.



The community suffered two canonical visitations in 2016 and 2018 being accused of “sectarian excesses“. The sisters called the report issued after the second visitation “a caricature” and a “pre-trial judgment”.



The mother superior and the novice mistress where exiled to distant monasteries and replaced with three modernist commissioners. All the canonical appeals and pleas for mercy were ignored.

One commissioner, Sister Geneviève Médeviellem, teaches at the Catholic Institute in Paris and claims that fornication can be justified.

On September 17, Cardinal Braz de Aviz, head of the Congregation for Religious, ordered the sisters to accept the commissioner “without reserve” lest they would be dismissed.


34 sisters announced on November 7 that they had decided in conscience to ask their vows to be dissolved.

In the past, the Vatican has already destroyed the sisters of Auerbach, Germany, the contemplative sisters of Saint John, France, and the Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate, Italy. All of them were blessed with many vocations.



Faithful Protest Outside Vatican Nunciature, “Give Us Cardinal Burke”


en.news American Catholics, including the victims of homosexual abuses, will be demonstrating on November 12 in front of the Apostolic Nunciature in Washington D.C. holding up banners with the text, "Give Us Cardinal Burke" asking Pope Francis to appoint Cardinal Raymond Burke as the next Washington Archbishop.


Cardinal Burke has a long pastoral experience as a bishop and is able to bring about in Washington D.C. a true Catholic reform.

Friday, November 9, 2018

Canonist: Bishops refusing to publicly associate with Cdl. Burke could be schismatic


Bergoglio the Schismatic



November 9, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – The current demonization of those voicing criticism of Pope Francis – particularly Cardinal Raymond Burke – may fall under a category of schism, a noted canonist is saying.
“Schism comes in two varieties,” Dr. Ed Peters said, “‘vertical schism’ whereby one refuses submission to the Roman Pontiff and ‘horizontal schism’ whereby one refuses to extend that Christian unity owed to others who are, in fact, in union with the pope.” 
Catholics’ views of popes and prelates may vary a great deal, and canonical requirements for proving schism of either type are high, he said.
“But Catholics critical of Pope Francis and/or his governance of the Church – Catholics, mind, in full communion with the Church per Canon 205 – notwithstanding their demonstrable communion with the pope, are frequently disparaged these days,” Peters wrote at his blog, “sometimes by ranking bishops, as being adversaries, accusers, and gossip-mongers.” 
Some verbal insults can be written off and also come with the reminder that there are those who have suffered far worse for the Catholic faith, he said.
“But lately I wonder whether this demonizing of papal critics risks taking a canonical turn,” stated Peters.
The renowned canon lawyer referenced the recent report from veteran Vatican journalist Marco Tosatti that American bishops had been directed by the Vatican to not invite Cardinal Burke to their dioceses, and that if it’s not possible to prevent the cardinal from appearing in their jurisdiction, to not attend any event where he is present.
“If this report is true,” Peter said, “then understand: bishops working in close collaboration with the pope are instructing other bishops to avoid and, if necessary, to refuse manifestations of Christian unity due to a bishop who is, beyond any question, in full communion with him and them.”
Cardinal Burke has been at the forefront of the now two-year-old request for clarification from four cardinals to Pope Francis regarding ambiguities in the pope’s apostolic exhortation Amoris Laetitia.
Whether concerning the pope’s document or other matters, Burke has consistently articulated and stood for the Church and her principles, netting scorn and ridicule for it from apologists for divergence from those principles.
Burke is often portrayed in the media as the pope’s adversary, something the cardinal and Francis have disputed – even as the pope has demoted Burke more than once.
While he has been either removed or sidelined by the pope from some official capacities, Cardinal Burke enjoys great demand worldwide as a speaker for Catholic events – and communion with Rome.
“That report,” Peters said of the Tosatti article, “if true, would suggest something well beyond mere verbal disparagement of a fellow bishop.”
Peters offered a description of the horizontal schismatic for readers.
“The horizontal schismatic is, I suggest, one whose devotion to the pope is so extreme that he regards as disloyal those who don’t share his opinions on all things papal and, for that reason, shuns them,” Peters wrote.
Burke is not alone in being assailed for speaking up about the Francis pontificate in the process of defending Church teaching, as countless others who have questioned or criticized the papacy for confusion and controversy have garnered disdain or rebuke as well.
Papal critics in recent years have been termed racist, accused of not being faithful to Tradition, threatened with excommunication, admonished to “go to confession,” ridiculed as having neurosis and other mental issues and deserving of interdict, and otherwise disparaged and rebuked by prelates close to the pope.
Capuchin Father Thomas Weinandy was asked to resign as head of doctrine for the U.S. bishops last year after writing to Pope Francis in a letter that his pontificate is marked by “chronic confusion,” and that the pope teaches with “a seemingly intentional lack of clarity.”
The pope himself has reproved faithful Catholics to not be more Papist than the Pope, and derided them as incoherent, hypocritical, clericalist, lacking in real authority, and unlike Christ.
Critique of the Francis pontificate has been routinely dismissed as gossip as well.
Since release of testimonies from former U.S. apostolic nuncio Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò implicating the pope and other high-level prelates in covering for accused sexual predator Archbishop Theodore McCarrick, Francis has criticized several times an unnamed “Great Accuser.”
A number of prelates close to the pope and others have condemned or mocked Viganò for his testimony.
Peters said that the measures against Burke alleged in Tosatti’s report “could even be plausibly alleged is a sign of the times and deeply troubling.”
Just as Catholics in the pews are to avoid sin and even near occasions of sin, he wrote, “So prelates should avoid schism and even actions suggestive of schismatic attitudes.”
“If such disgraceful directives were quietly issued may they be quietly and quickly withdrawn,” said Peters, “if they were even contemplated may be they be rejected lest they open the door to even deeper divisions than we already suffer.”


Anti-Pope Francis, to Prince Frederick of Denmark: "The environment is the most important challenge of our era"





Revelation 17:13 These are of one mind and give over their power and authority to the beast.


Revelation 17:17 For God has put it into their hearts to carry out his purpose by agreeing to give their kingdom to the beast, until the words of God will be fulfilled


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Quoting Soloviev, the Cardinal  (Biffi) said “the Antichrist presents himself as pacifist, ecologist and ecumenist.”

Antichrist as a “pacifist, ecologist and ecumenist” 




The UN Wants to be Our World Government By 2030





Global warming is fake science, promoted by biased scientists 

Judeo-Masonry in Argentina G20 proposes Bergoglio as Head of a One World Religion






Our Lady of la Salette:
"With God's holy faith forgotten, each individual will want to direct himself and rise above his peers. Civil and ecclesiastical authority will be abolished , all order and justice will be trampled underfoot. Only murders, hatred, jealousy, lying and discord will be seen, with no love of country or family.
"Civil governments will all have the same objective, which will be to abolish and make every religious principle disappear, to make way for materialism, atheism, spiritism and vices of all kinds. 

Thursday, November 8, 2018

Promoting sodomy and Global warming are the priorities of Jesuit dissident Thomas Reese




The apostate Thomas Reese wanted the final document of the pseudo Synod to corrupt young people to adopt the terms 'gay' and 'LGBT' and his priority for a future pseudo-synod is Global warming. He was interviewed by the Quotidiano.netNew York, 6 novembre 2018





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Ezekiel 11:2  And he said to me, “Son of man, these are the men who devise iniquity and who give wicked counsel in this city.



Dissenting group New Ways Ministry opposed to Catholic moral doctrine: 



Cardinals, Bishops, and Other Catholic Church Leaders Who Have Made Positive Statements about Civil Unions, Same-Gender Relationships, and Marriage Equality

July: Fr. Thomas Reese, SJ, commented on Obergefell v. Hodges, stating:

“With the U.S. Supreme Court decision legalizing gay marriage throughout the United States, the U.S. Catholic bishops need a new strategy going forward. The bishops’ fight against gay marriage has been a waste of time and money. The bishops should get a new set of priorities and a new set of lawyers…. It is time for the U.S. bishops to pivot to the public policy priorities articulated by Pope Francis: care for the poor and the environment and the promotion of peace and interreligious harmony. Their fanatical opposition to the legalization of gay marriage has made young people look on the church as a bigoted institution with which they do not want to be associated. As pastors, they should be talking more about God’s compassion and love rather than trying to regulate people’s sexual conduct through laws.



Describing the formation of homosexual cliques of clergy Fr. Oko says:

They know well, however, that they may be exposed and embarrassed, so they shield one another by offering mutual support. They build informal relationships reminding of a clique or even mafia, aim at holding particularly those positions which offer power and money.
When they achieve a decision-making position, they try to promote and advance mostly those whose nature is similar to theirs, or at least who are known to be too weak to oppose them. 

Fr. Oko said, "Just like in the military, in the police, in the art world, once a person with homosexual tendencies gets into power, usually their subordinates are also homosexuals, therefore they start creating a pyramid, and the same thing is happening in the Church with these bishops who knowingly nominate people with the same tendencies." 




" I think Luther could be comfortable in the Catholic Church of today." 


Habemus Hypocrita!





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“Without a living memory of the past, there will be no future.”  - Jorge Bergoglio on the holocaust
“And we cannot go back; we must always go forward, always forward and whoever goes back is mistaken.” - Jorge Bergoglio on the Traditional Mass
Habemus Hypocrita!