Sunday, December 17, 2017

Bergoglio rebels against the missionary mandate given by Christ-De-Missionized "Missionary Church"

The De-Missionized "Missionary Church"
December 13, 2017
One of the hallmarks of ideology is a perversion of meaning according to which words no longer have their original meaning but rather a new meaning with which the ideology invests them. And that meaning is usually the opposite of the original meaning. Thus, in Marxist ideology, “freedom” means subjugation by the collective, which is tyranny.

So it is amidst the human element of the Catholic Church today, where traditional terminology has been evacuated of its original meaning in order to serve, not the Faith, but what Msgr. Guido Pozzo, referring to Vatican II, has called a “para-Conciliar ideology.” That ideology, to quote Pozzo, involves the attempt to impose “a new form of the Church in rupture with the past,” which exhibits three characteristics: “1. … the renunciation of anathema, that is, the clear contradistinction between orthodoxy and heresy… 2… the translation of Catholic thought into the categories of modernity… [and] 3. … the interpretation of the aggiornamento desired by Vatican Council II,” according to which “dialogue” ends up “obscuring the urgency and the call of conversion to Christ and adherence to His Church.”

Accordingly, although we hear endlessly during this pontificate of a “missionary Church” that goes to the “peripheries” of its mission, we never hear a proclamation of the Gospel and a call to conversion for the salvation of souls. The “missionary Church” of the para-Conciliar ideology has essentially rejected missionary activity. “Mission” now means, effectively, “no mission.”

A perfect example of this ideological transformation of meaning was seen during the Pope’s trip to Myanmar, where, as Sandro Magister notes, “There was only one moment in which Jesus was named and his Gospel proclaimed” — not by Pope Francis, the Vicar of Christ, but by the Buddhist foreign minister Aung San Suu Kyi, who said this:

“Jesus himself offers a ‘manual’ for this strategy of peacemaking in the Sermon on the Mount. The eight Beatitudes (cf. Mt 5:3-10) provide a portrait of the person we could describe as blessed, good and authentic. Blessed are the meek, Jesus tells us, the merciful and the peacemakers, those who are pure in heart, and those who hunger and thirst for justice.

“This is also a programme and a challenge for political and religious leaders, the heads of international institutions, and business and media executives: to apply the Beatitudes in the exercise of their respective responsibilities. It is a challenge to build up society, communities and businesses by acting as peacemakers. It is to show mercy by refusing to discard people, harm the environment, or seek to win at any cost.”

Ironically enough, the Buddhist foreign minister was quoting Francis himself, from a message he had published for the 2017 World Day of Peace. But although Pope Francis had traveled to the “peripheries” of Myanmar, his own speech there had nothing to do with mission or the Gospel but rather, says Magister, “was completely ‘secular,’ except for the final invocation upon those present of “the divine blessings of wisdom, strength and peace.”

But from Pope Francis there was not the least mention in Myanmar of the Christ whose Vicar he is, nor the Gospel it is the Church’s mission to spread in order to “make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you.” (Matthew 18:19-20) The Buddhist politician in attendance did more to preach the Gospel than the Pope.

The para-Conciliar ideology, in its various manifestations, now exceeds even the Arian heresy in the scope of its devastation. But with the worst crisis in Church history must come, in God’s good time, the most dramatic restoration in Church history. Doubtless this will involve obedience at last to the imperatives of the Message of Fatima.

Saturday, December 16, 2017

Bergoglio allows the untouchable gay lobby of the Vatican to erect a blasphemous manger

Our Lady of La Salette: 
"Rome will lose the faith and become the seat of the Antichrist."

The (homosexual) in the Vatican not only did this homoerotic Nativity Scene on purpose, but are LAUGHING THEIR *%*#!!! at all of the “rubes” and “retarded holy rollers” who walk past their attack on Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and His Holy Church, and are right now luxuriating in their “untouchability” – so untouchable they believe themselves to be thanks to their leader, Mrs. Gustavo Vera, that they can literally erect (N.P.I.) homoerotica in St. Peter’s Square and no one will say a %*#!!!word.

If I come off as extremely angry and bitter, maybe you can better understand why. And maybe you can understand why I would strenuously advise AGAINST tourism in the Vatican or Rome in general. Right now, I would not step foot inside the Vatican if you paid me. The demonic presence there is real, and unprecedented in all of Christian history.


St. Thomas says, “the lack of (righteous) anger is a sign that the judgment of reason is lacking.”

Friday, December 15, 2017

Tridentine Mass Doubles Attendance In Four Months

Sunday attendance at the Tridentine Masses in the church St Alphonsus in Baltimore, USA, has nearly doubled from 125 to 247 people in four months.

The Mass is celebrated by Father Joel Kiefer (48) of the Fraternity of St Peter, a former Army officer who served in Mogadishu, Somalia.

Katherine Waicukauski (13) told the Baltimore Sun (December 14) that young people see the Tridentine Mass “as cool”. And, “The priest doesn’t face us — he’s talking to God, not us, and that’s powerful.”

Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Bishop contradicts Bergoglio's heresy about Buddha

African Bishop Contradicts Francis’ Claim “Oriental religions are a form of true paganism” said Burkina Faso Bishop Basile Tapsoba, 75, when asked what he thinks about Pope Francis’ claim that the words of Buddha can be a guide for Christians.

Talking to La Fede Quotidiana Tapsoba confirmed that “the religion of Buddha and all oriental religions are not compatible with Christianity.”

He points out that Jesus has said that we cannot have two masters, “Either him or others, one has to choose, a middle way cannot exist.”

Bergoglio honoring false gods. 
Bergoglio celebrating Paganism of President of Myanmar.

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Pro-life leaders from 13 countries accuse Bergoglio of failing to uphold Church teaching and for spreading errors with other members of the hierarchy

Catholic Herald

One signatory accused the Pope and other members of the hierarchy of spreading errors.

Leaders of pro-life organisations from across the world have signed a letter accusing Church leaders, including Pope Francis, of undermining their movement through ambiguous statements and actions contrary to Catholic teaching.
The letter says that over the past 50 years the pro-life movement has “relied in a particular way on the immutable teaching of the Catholic Church, which affirms the moral law with the greatest clarity.”

However, the signatories say that in recent years that teaching has increasingly been replaced by “ambiguity, and even by doctrines directly contrary to the teaching of Christ and the precepts of the natural law”.
The letter then lists the concerns of several documents and letters to Pope Francis over the past couple of years, including the Filial Appeal in September 2015, the ‘Dubia’, the Filial Correction earlier this year, and Fr Thomas Weinandy’s letter last month.

On top of these, the signatories accuse the Pope of statements and actions which “contradict the Church’s teaching on the intrinsic evil of contraceptive acts”, “contradict the Church’s teaching on the nature of marriage and the intrinsic evil of sexual acts outside the union of marriage”.

They also criticise his approval of the UN Sustainable Development Goals, which they say “effectively call for member states to achieve universal access to abortion, contraception and sex education by 2030”.
Finally, they condemn the “approach adopted towards sex education, particularly in chapter 7 of Amoris Laetitia and in The Meeting Point programme produced by the Pontifical Council for the Family”.
Signatories from the UK are John Smeaton of the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (SPUC), Greg Clovis of Family Life International UK, and Dr Thomas Ward of the National Association of Catholic Families.
Irish signatories are Patrick Buckley of European Life Network, John Lacken of Legio Sanctae Familiae and the Lumen Fidei Institute, and Anthony Murphy of Catholic Voice.
John Smeaton, chief executive of SPUC, issued a statement accusing Pope Francis of disseminating errors, and urged priests not to follow them.
“Over the last couple of years Pope Francis and Vatican authorities have capitulated to the ‘culture of death’ by supporting the pro-abortion United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and by promoting the agenda of the international sex education lobby through Amoris Laetitia and the Pontifical Council for the Family’s pornographic sex education programme. This has a direct effect on real children and real families,” he said.
“For this reason the pro-life movement cannot bury its head in the sand and ignore what’s happening at the highest levels of the church today,” Smeaton added.
“We must ceaselessly demand that our priests and bishops teach the fullness of the Church’s doctrine and do not collaborate, even for a moment, in the dissemination of errors that are tragically being spread by His Holiness Pope Francis and by many other senior members of the hierarchy. If we fail to take this stand we will be failing in our duty to the weak and vulnerable children that we have pledged to protect.”

Prayer to the Virgin of Guadalupe

Hail, O Virgin of Guadalupe! We, to whom the admirable disposition of Divine Providence, not taking notice of our unworthiness, the salvation of the souls of all, place once more the crown upon your brow. May you keep forever under your powerful patronage the purity and integrity of our holy Faith, both in Mexico and on the entire American continent. For we know and are certain that as long as you are acknowledged as Queen and Mother, America and Mexico are safe.

Sunday, December 10, 2017

Trent condemns Bergoglio's claim to correct the Our Father taught by Jesus Christ

Francis has approved a wrong French translation of the Our Father which says “and let us not enter into temptation” and since December 3 is used in most French speaking dioceses around the world.

Talking to the Italian Catholic network TV2000 Francis claimed that it is “not a good translation” to say that God “leads” into temptation although “lead us not into temptation” is the exact wording of the Greek original of the Our Father in the Gospel of Matthew. 

Bergoglio and French Bishops falls under the condemnation of Trent, Session 22, Canon VII:
CANON VI.--If any one saith, that the canon of the mass contains errors, and is therefore to be abrogated; let him be anathema.
CANON IX.--If any one saith, that the rite of the Roman Church, according to which a part of the canon and the words of consecration are pronounced in a low tone, is to be condemned; or, that the mass ought to be celebrated in the vulgar tongue only; or, that water ought not to be mixed with the wine that is to be offered in the chalice, for that it is contrary to the institution of Christ; let him be anathema.

10 Q. What and how many are the principal and most necessary parts of Christian Doctrine?
A. The principal and most necessary parts of Christian Doctrine are four The Creed, The Our Father, The Commandments, and The Sacraments.
12 Q. What does the Our Father teach us?
A. The Our Father teaches us all that we are to hope from God, and all we are to ask of Him.
The Seventh Petition
39 Q. What do we ask in the Seventh Petition: But deliver us from evil?
A. In the Seventh Petition: But deliver us from evil, we ask God to free us from evils, past, present, and future, and particularly from the greatest of all evils which is sin, and from eternal damnation, which is its penalty.
40 Q. Why do we say: Deliver us from evil and not: From evils?
A. We say: Deliver us from evil, and not, from evils, because we should not desire to be exempt from all the evils of this life, but only from those which are not good for our souls; and hence we beg liberation from evil in general, that is, from whatever God sees would be bad for us.
41 Q. Is it not lawful to beg liberation from some evil in particular, for example, from sickness?
A. Yes, it is lawful to beg liberation from some evil in particular but always in bowing to the will of God, who may even ordain that particular affliction for the good of our soul.
42 Q. How do the tribulations, which God sends us, help us?
A. Tribulations help us to do penance for our sins, to practise virtue, and above all to imitate Jesus Christ, our Head, to whom it is fitting we should conform ourselves in our sufferings, if we wish to have a share in His glory.
43 Q. What is the meaning of Amen at the end of the Our Father?
A. Amen means: So be it; So I do desire; Thus do I pray the Lord; Thus do I hope.
44 Q. To obtain the graces asked in the Our Father is it enough to recite it any way at all?
A. To obtain the graces asked in the Our Father we must recite it without haste and with attention; and we must put our heart into it.
45 Q. When should we say the Our Father?
A. We should say the Our Father every day, because every day we have need of God's help.

The Catechism of The Council of Trent

Saint Thomas Aquinas

PSEUDO-AUG. But what is the debt except sin? If you had not received, you would not owe money to another. And therefore sin is imputed to you. For you had money with which you were born rich, and made after the likeness and image of God, but you have lost what you then had. As when you put on pride you lose the gold of humility, you have receipted the devil’s debt which was not necessary; the enemy held the bond, but the Lord crucified it, and canceled it with His blood. But the Lord is able, who has taken away our sins and forgiven our debts, to guard us against the snares of the devil, who is wont to produce sin in us. Hence it follows, And lead us not into temptation, such as we are not able to bear, but like the wrestler we wish only such temptation as the condition of man can sustain.
TITUS BOST. For it is impossible not to be tempted by the devil, but we make this prayer that we may not be abandoned to our temptations. Now that which happens by Divine permission, God is sometimes in Scripture said to do. And in this way by hindering not the increase of temptation which is above our strength, he leads us into temptation.
MAX. Or, the Lord commands us to pray, Lead us not into temptation, that is, let us not have experience of lustful and self-induced temptations. But James teaches those who contend only for the truth, not to be unnerved by involuntary and troublesome temptations, saying, lily brethren, count it all joy when you fall into divers temptations.
BASIL; It does not however become us to seek by our prayers bodily afflictions. For Christ has universally commanded men every where to pray that they enter not into temptation. But when one has already entered, it is fitting to ask from the Lord the power of enduring, that we may have fulfilled in us those words, He that endures to the end shall be saved.
AUG. But what Matthew has placed at the end, But deliver us from evil, Luke has not mentioned, that we might understand it belongs to the former, which was spoken of temptation. He therefore says, But deliver us, not, “And deliver us,” clearly proving this to be but one petition, “Do not this, but this.” But let every one know that he is therein delivered from evil, when he is not brought into temptation.
PSEUDO-AUG. For each man seeks to be delivered from evil, that is, from his enemies and sin, but he who gives himself up to God, fears not the devil, for if God is for us, who he can be against us?