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Monday, October 30, 2017

Cardinal Brandmüller: those who defend that divorced people can remarry are excommunicated


"Whoever claims that a new liaison may begin while a lawfully married partner is still alive, is excommunicated, because this is a heresy”, Cardinal Walter Brandmüller, 88, told German Daily Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (October 28).

Brandmüller explains, “It is a dogma that marriage is a sacrament and therefore indissoluble.” He points out that no adulterer can receive Holy Communion.

The cardinal cannot understand that Francis does not answer the Dubia regarding Amoris Laetitia. He asks: “Can something be good today what was a sin yesterday?” And, “Are there still acts that are always and under all circumstances morally condemnable – as killing an innocent or adultery?” Brandmüller worries about a "schism“ in the Church.  en.news


Francis Blessed Adulterous Liaison



Vatican diplomat at the UN admits that the ecumenical movement is not about Christ but about building a globalist hegemony



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The highest ranking Prelate at the UN (chosen by Bergoglio), Archbishop Paul Richard Gallagher, has admitted that the ecumenical movement is not about an "internal Christian affair", or bringing back separated Christians into the One Fold of Jesus Christ, the Catholic Church. 

No, the ecumenical movement is a horizontal, secular, globalist, political movement focused on the "pressing needs of humanity". Are these needs sin, evil, broken families, sexual perversion, abortion, homosexuality....?



No, the "needs of humanity" are secular, political, humanistic. 


In a speech recently given, the Archbishop wants to "put people first.." Notice, not Our Lord Jesus Christ! I ask you, dear readers to recall the words of Our Lord: "come to me all ye who labour, and I shall give you rest..." Now, consider the following agenda of the Archbishop: 

From the news agency Zenit, which, incidentally, highly approves of the Archbishops' stance:  

 “Putting people always first means protecting, at every stage and in every circumstance, the dignity of the person, and its human rights and fundamental freedoms, and in a specific way, the rights to life and to freedom of religion from which all other rights flow and which are therefore the common foundation of the pillars of peace and security and integral human development,” Archbishop Paul Gallagher


In conjunction with these fundamental rights, he commented on several areas of special interest to the Holy See:
Sustainable Development:  “With the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Paris Agreement on Climate Change, the international community committed itself to effective measures to eradicate the root causes of various evils and indignities that many people in the world today are facing.”
Care for our Common Home:  “This call for responsible stewardship finds particular urgency before the deteriorating conditions of our common home and an often purely utilitarian worldview concerning the things that surround us.”
Preventive Diplomacy and Responsibility to Protect:  “The duty to prevent wars and violent conflicts is an essential component of the Responsibility to Protect.”
Migrants and Refugees:  “Our common humanity impels us all, as Pope Francis has proposed, to welcome, to protect, to promote and to integrate those who flee from such adverse conditions.”
Trafficking in Persons:  “At the heart of this evil, however, is the utter loss of respect for human dignity and the total indifference to the sufferings of fellow human beings.”
Nuclear Disarmament:  “Without greater international and regional cooperation, especially among weapons-producing States, to control and limit strictly the production and movement of weapons, a world free of wars and violent conflicts will surely remain an illusion.”

You will notice that, for the Archbishop, the "right to life" and "freedom of religion" is the foundation of "peace, security .... integral human development". Not one word of Our Lord Jesus Christ upon which everything is built. 

Contrast the worldly delusions of this Prelate to the holy words of Pope Leo XIII, from Tametsi:

The most important duty of the Church, and the one most peculiarly her own, is to defend and to propagate throughout the world the Kingdom of the Son of God, and to bring all men to salvation by communicating to them the divine benefits, so much so that her power and authority are chiefly exercised in this one work.

Pope Leo XIII again: 

What kind of life that is from which Jesus Christ, "the power of God and the wisdom of God," is excluded; what kind of morality and what manner of death are its consequences, can be clearly learnt from the example of nations deprived of the light of Christianity. If we but recall St. Paul's description (Romans I., 24-32) of the mental blindness, the natural depravity, the monstrous superstitions and lusts of such peoples, our minds will be filled with horror and pity.

Gallagher is a traitor and a rebel. He is a malefactor. The ills he speaks of are due to sin and turning away from the Gospels. Instead of proclaiming Christ, Gallagher preaches a false masonic humanism. Judge dear friends for yourselves if his words are reflective of Pope Leo's. But let there be no doubt: the policy of the Holy See at the United Nations is substantially Judeo-Masonic. The Holy See policy is not one of preaching Christ Crucified, but a false horizontal "Christianity" bereft of the Cross.  

Let us hear the words of the great Pope Leo XIII again, laying out the true charter for Catholic action amongst the nations: 

As with individuals, so with nations. These, too, must necessarily tend to ruin if they go astray from "The Way." The Son of God, the Creator and Redeemer of mankind, is King and Lord of the earth, and holds supreme dominion over men, both individually and collectively. "And He gave Him power, and glory, and a kingdom: and all peoples, tribes, and tongues shall serve Him" (Daniel VII., 14). "I am appointed King by Him . . . I will give Thee the Gentiles for Thy inheritance, and the uttermost parts of the earth for Thy possession" (Psalm II., 6, 8). 
Therefore the law of Christ ought to prevail in human society and be the guide and teacher of public as well as of private life. Since this is so by divine decree, and no man may with impunity contravene it, it is an evil thing for the common weal wherever Christianity does not hold the place that belongs to it. 
When Jesus Christ is absent, human reason fails, being bereft of its chief protection and light, and the very end is lost sight of, for which, under God's providence, human society has been built up. This end is the obtaining by the members of society of natural good through the aid of civil unity, though always in harmony with the perfect and eternal good which is above nature. But when men's minds are clouded, both rulers and ruled go astray, for they have no safe line to follow nor end to aim at.

Sunday, October 29, 2017

Bergoglio contradicts Church teaching on the Kingship of Christ

“So you are a king?” Jesus answered, “You say that I am a king. For this I was born, and for this I came into the world, to testify to the truth. Everyone who belongs to the truth listens to my voice.”




States must be secular. Confessional states end badly. That goes against the grain of History. I believe that a version of laicity accompanied by a solid law guaranteeing religious freedom offers a framework for going forward. We are all equal as sons (and daughters) of God and with our personal dignity. However, everyone must have the freedom to externalize his or her own faith*. If a Muslim woman wishes to wear a veil, she must be able to do so. Similarly, if a Catholic wishes to wear a cross. People must be free to profess their faith* at the heart of their own culture not merely at its margins. La Croix.



From Pius XI's Encyclical, Quas Primas. 

Pius XI: 

It would be a grave error, on the other hand, to say that Christ has no authority whatever in civil affairs, since, by virtue of the absolute empire over all creatures committed to him by the Father, all things are in his power... If We ordain that the whole Catholic world shall revere Christ as King, We shall minister to the need of the present day, and at the same time provide an excellent remedy for the plague which now infects society. We refer to the plague of anti-clericalism, its errors and impious activities. This evil spirit, as you are well aware, Venerable Brethren, has not come into being in one day; it has long lurked beneath the surface. The empire of Christ over all nations was rejected. The right which the Church has from Christ himself, to teach mankind, to make laws, to govern peoples in all that pertains to their eternal salvation, that right was denied. Then gradually the religion of Christ came to be likened to false religions and to be placed ignominiously on the same level with them.


The Catechism of the Catholic Church on Faith:

* To the contrary, Faith is a supernatural virtue; thus, a false religion is not a faith; be it, a form of Protestantism or Mohommedanism. 

153. When St. Peter confessed that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of the living God, Jesus declared to him that this revelation did not come "from flesh and blood", but from "my Father who is in heaven". 24 Faith is a gift of God, a supernatural virtue infused by him. "Before this faith can be exercised, man must have the grace of God to move and assist him; he must have the interior helps of the Holy Spirit, who moves the heart and converts it to God, who opens the eyes of the mind and 'makes it easy for all to accept and believe the truth.'" 25


Paul Gallagher admits that the ecumenical movement is not about Christ!

Friday, October 27, 2017

Vatican Invites Pro gay, Pro abortion Governor -heretic jesuit- Jerry Brown to Give Keynote Address on ‘Climate Change’



 Breitbart News

The Pontifical Academy of Sciences has invited California governor Jerry Brown to deliver a keynote address in their upcoming meeting on climate change to be held in the Vatican.

The Nov. 2-4 Vatican workshop titled “Health of People, Health of Planet and our Responsibility: Climate Change, Air Pollution and Health” will attempt to link up the health risks posed by air pollution with anthropogenic climate change driven by carbon emissions.
This is not the first time the Vatican has offered a platform to the contentious California governor from which to proclaim his views on global warming.
Invited to speak at a similar Vatican event in 2015, Jerry Brown, a darling of Planned Parenthood, railed against climate-change skeptics, calling them well-financed “troglodytes” who are determined to “bamboozle” the gullible.
The Vatican hosted 10 U.S. Democrat mayors as well as Governor Jerry Brown of California at its event, while no Republicans were present. At the conclusion of the event, Brown joined the other politicians in signing a declaration stating that “human-induced climate change is a scientific reality, and its effective control is a moral imperative for humanity.”

In his address, Brown said that climate change is “the biggest threat of our time” after nuclear annihilation. “If we don’t annihilate ourselves with nuclear bombs then it’s climate change,” he said.
He called for a crusade against the “fierce opposition and blind inertia” of “well-financed” climate change skeptics.
“We have very powerful opposition that, in at least my country, spends billions on trying to keep from office people such as yourselves and elect troglodytes and other deniers of the obvious science,” Brown said at the conference.
The governor said that despite the opposition he kept a positive viewpoint, citing Italian communist leader Antonio Gramsci, who spoke of the “pessimism of the intellect, optimism of the will.”
During his Rome visit, Brown—who was a Jesuit seminarian in the 1970s—reportedly met with Father Adolfo Nicolás, the superior general of the Jesuit order.
Although nominally Catholic himself, Brown has been a passionate supporter of abortion-on-demand in opposition to the Catholic Church’s defense of unborn children, and has called himself “an uncompromising champion of a woman’s right to choose.” He also supports federal funding of Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers, leading Planned Parenthood to refer to him as “the REAL pro-choice candidate for governor.”

Unsurprisingly, California accounts for a disproportionately high number of U.S. abortions, and although only 12 percent of the national population lives in the state, 29 percent of all the nation’s abortions take place there.
The Vatican point man behind the workshop is Argentinian Bishop Marcelo Sánchez Sorondo, the Chancellor of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences. Sánchez came under fire in May of 2016 for offering a Vatican platform for other known proponents of abortion and population control, like Jeffrey Sachs and UN General Secretary Ban Ki-moon, as well as population hoaxer Paul Ehrlich.
When questioned about the decision to enlist speakers so divergent from Catholic teaching, Sánchez shifted the blame to the Tea Party and the oil industry, and suggested he was not responsible because “I am only the Chancellor.”
Sánchez was also criticized for the homogeneous composition of the May workshop and his efforts to silence anyone who brought a vision of climate change at variance with the official party line.
The November conference will address both pollution and climate change in an attempt to link the two very different issues.


The brochure for the workshop states: “Climate change caused by fossil fuel burning leads to increased risks of extreme events such as heat waves, droughts, fires, severe storms, floods which in turn have major health effects.”
At the same time, the workshop will also address the negative health effects of air pollution, rightly noting that “there is now an immense body of evidence on how air pollution harms health.”
In a major study, the Lancet journal has revealed that pollution-related diseases were responsible for an estimated 9 million premature deaths in 2015, or some 15 times more than from all wars and other forms of violence combined.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the level of air pollution in the United States is among the lowest on the planet.
In the most recent WHO report on air pollution, the U.S. was listed as one of the countries with the cleanest air in the world, significantly cleaner than the air in Germany, Italy, Switzerland, the UK, Japan, Austria and France, not to mention major polluters such as India, China, Egypt and a number of former Soviet republics.

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Eternal Consequences of Unrepented Mortal Sin by St. Anthony Mary Claret



“A multitude of souls fall into the depths of Hell, and it is of the faith that all who die in mortal sin are condemned for ever and ever. According to statistics, approximately 80,000 persons die every day. How many of these will die in mortal sin, and how many will be condemned! For, as their lives have been, so also will be their end.”
~ Saint Anthony Mary Claret ~







From the Writings of St. Anthony Mary Claret



The sensation of pain in Hell is essentially very dreadful. Picture yourself, my soul, on a dark night on the summit of a high mountain. Beneath you is a deep valley, and the earth opens so that with your gaze you can see Hell in the cavity of it. Picture it as a prison situated in the center of the earth, many leagues down, all full of fire, hemmed in so impenetrably that for all eternity not even the smoke can escape. In this prison the damned are packed so tightly one on the other like bricks in a kiln... Consider the quality of the fire in which they burn.
First, the fire is all-extensive and tortures the whole body and the whole soul. A damned person lies in Hell forever in the same spot, which he was assigned by divine justice, without being able to move, as a prisoner in stocks.
The fire, in which he is totally enveloped, as a fish in water, burns around him, on his left, his right, above and below. His head, his breast, his shoulders, his arms, his hands, and his feet are all penetrated with fire, so that he completely resembles a glowing hot piece of iron, which has just been withdrawn from an oven. The roof beneath which the damned person dwells is fire; the food he takes is fire; the drink he tastes is fire; the air he breathes is fire; whatever he sees and touches is all fire....
But this fire is not merely outside him; it also passes within the condemned person. It penetrates his brain, his teeth, his tongue, his throat, his liver, his lungs, his bowels, his belly, his heart, his veins, his nerves, his bones, even to the marrow, and even his blood.
"In Hell," according to St. Gregory the Great, "there will be a fire that cannot be put out, a worm which cannot die, a stench one cannot bear, a darkness one can feel, a scourging by savage hands, with those present despairing of anything good."
A most dreadful fact is that by the divine power this fire goes so far as to work on the very faculties of the soul, burning them and tormenting them. Suppose I were to find myself placed at the oven of a smith so that my whole body was in the open air but for one arm placed in the fire, and that God were to preserve my life for a thousand years in this position. Would this not be an unbearable torture? What, then, would it be like to be completely penetrated and surrounded by fire, which would affect not just an arm, but even all the faculties of the soul?

More Dreadful than Man Can Imagine

Secondly, this fire is far more dreadful than man can imagine. The natural fire that we see during this life has great power to burn and torment. Yet this is not even a shadow of the fire of Hell. There are two reasons why the fire of Hell is more dreadful beyond all comparison than the fire of this life.
The first reason is the justice of God, which the fire serves as an instrument in order to punish the infinite wrong done to his supreme majesty, which has been despised by a creature. Therefore, justice supplies this element with a burning power, which almost reaches the infinite....
The second reason is the malice of sin. As God knows that the fire of this world is not enough to punish sin, as it deserves, He has given the fire of Hell a power so strong that it can never be comprehended by any human mind.   Now, how powerfully does this fire burn?
It burns so powerfully, O my soul, that, according to the ascetical masters, if a mere spark of it fell on a millstone; it would reduce it in a moment to powder. If it fell on a ball of bronze, it would melt it in an instant as if it were wax. If it landed on a frozen lake, it would make it boil in an instant.
Pause here briefly, my soul, and answer a few questions I will put. First, I ask you: If a special furnace were fired up as was customarily done to torment the holy martyrs, and then men placed before you all kinds of good things that the human heart might want, and added the offer of a prosperous kingdom –  if all this were promised you on condition that for just a half-hour you enclose yourself within the furnace, what would you choose?

A Hundred Kingdoms

"Ah!" you would say, "If you offered me a hundred kingdoms I would never be so foolish as to accept your brutal terms, regardless of how grand your offer might be, even if I were sure that God would preserve my life during those moments of suffering."
Second, I ask you: If you already had possession of a great kingdom and were swimming in a sea of wealth so that nothing was wanting to you, and then you were attacked by an enemy, were imprisoned and put in chains and obliged to either renounce your kingdom or else spend a half-hour in a hot furnace, what would you choose? "Ah!" you would say, "I would prefer to spend my whole life in extreme poverty and submit to any other hardship and misfortune, than suffer such a great torment!"

A Prison of Eternal Fire

Now turn your thoughts from the temporal to the eternal. To avoid the torment of a hot furnace, which would last but a half-hour, you would forgo all your property, even things you are most fond of; you would suffer any other temporal loss, however burdensome. Then why do you not think the same way when you are dealing of eternal torments? God threatens you not just with a half-hour in a furnace, but with a prison of eternal fire. To escape it, should you not forgo whatever He has forbidden, no matter how pleasant it can be for you, and gladly embrace whatever He commands, even if it be extremely unpleasant?
A most terrible thing about Hell is its duration. The condemned person loses God and loses Him for all eternity. Now, what is eternity? O my soul, up to now there has not been any angel who has been able to comprehend what eternity is. So how can you comprehend it? Yet, to form some idea of it, consider the following truths:
Eternity never ends. This is the truth that has made even the great saints tremble. The final judgment will come, the world will be destroyed, the earth will swallow up those who are damned, and they will be cast into Hell. Then, with His almighty hand, God will shut them up in that most unhappy prison.
From then on, as many years will pass as there are leaves on the trees and plants on all the earth, as many thousands of years as there are drops of water in all seas and rivers, as many thousands of years as there are atoms in the air, as there are grains of sand on all the shores of all seas. Then, after the passage of this countless number of years, what will eternity be? Up to then there will not even have been a hundredth part of it, nor a thousandth – nothing. It then begins again and will last as long again, even after this has been repeated a thousand times, and a thousand million times again. And then, after so long a period, not even a half will have passed, not even a hundredth part nor a thousandth, not even any part of eternity. For all this time there is no interruption in the burnings of those who are damned, and it begins all over again.
Oh, a deep mystery indeed! A terror above all terrors! O eternity! Who can comprehend thee?

The Tears of Cain

Suppose that, in the case of unhappy Cain, weeping in Hell, he shed in every thousand years just one tear. Now, O my soul, recollect your thoughts and suppose this case: For six thousand years at least Cain has been in Hell and shed only six tears, which God miraculously preserves. How many years would pass for his tears to fill all the valleys of the earth and flood all the cities and towns and villages and cover all the mountains so as to flood the whole earth? We understand the distance from the earth to the sun is thirty-four million leagues. How many years would be necessary for Cain's tears to fill that immense space? From the earth to the firmament is, let us suppose, a distance of a hundred and sixty million leagues.
O God! What number of years might one imagine to be sufficient to fill with these tears this immense space? And yet – O truth so incomprehensible – be sure of it, as that God cannot lie – a time will arrive in which these tears of Cain would be sufficient to flood the world, to reach even the sun, to touch the firmament, and fill all the space between earth and the highest heaven. But that is not all.
If God dried up all these tears to the last drop and Cain began again to weep, he would again fill the same entire space with them and fill it a thousands times and a million times in succession, and after all those countless years, not even half of eternity would have passed, not even a fraction. After all that time burning in Hell, Cain's sufferings will be just beginning.
This eternity is also without relief. It would indeed be a small consolation and of little benefit for the condemned persons to be able to receive a brief respite once every thousand years.

No Relief

Picture in Hell a place where there are three reprobates. The first is plunged in a lake of sulfuric fire, the second is chained to a large rock and is being tormented by two devils, one of whom continually pours molten lead down his throat while the other spills it all over his body, covering him from head to foot. The third reprobate is being tortured by two serpents, one of which wraps around the man's body and cruelly gnaws on it, while the other enters within the body and attacks the heart. Suppose God is moved to pity and grants a short respite.
The first man, after the passage of a thousand years is drawn from the lake and receives the relief of a drink of cool water, and at the end of an hour is cast again into the lake. The second, after a thousand years, is released from his place and allowed to rest, but after an hour is again returned to the same torment. The third, after a thousand years, is delivered from the serpents; but after an hour of relief, is again abused and tormented by them. Ah, how little this consolation would be – to suffer a thousand years and to rest only one hour.
However, Hell does not even have that much relief. One burns always in those dreadful flames and never receives any relief for all eternity. He is forever gnawed and stricken with remorse, and will never have a rest for all eternity. He will suffer always a very ardent thirst and never receive the refreshment of a sip of water for all eternity. He will see himself always abhorred by God and will never enjoy a single tender glance from Him for all eternity. He will find himself forever cursed by heaven and Hell, and will never receive a single gesture of friendship.
It is an essential misfortune of Hell that everything will be without relief, without remedy, without interruption, without end, eternal.

The Kindness of His Mercy

Now I understand in part, O my God, what Hell is. It is a place of extreme pain, of extreme despair. It is where I deserve to be for my sins, where I would have been confined for some years already if your immense mercy had not delivered me. I will keep repeating a thousand times: The Heart of Jesus has loved me, or else I would now be in Hell! The mercy of Jesus has pitied me, for otherwise I would be in Hell! The Blood of Jesus has reconciled me with the heavenly Father, or my dwelling place would be Hell. This shall be the hymn that I want to sing to Thee, my God, for all eternity. Yes, from now on my intention is to repeat these words as many times as there are moments that have passed since that unhappy hour in which I first offended You.
What has been my gratitude to God for his kind mercy that He showed me? He delivered me from Hell. O, immense charity! O, infinite goodness! After a benefit so great, should I not have given Him my whole heart and loved Him with the love of the most ardent Seraphim? Should I not have directed all my actions to Him and in everything sought only His divine pleasure, accepting all contradictions with joy, in order to return to Him my love? Could I do less than that after a kindness that was so great? And yet, what is it that I have done? Oh, ingratitude worthy of another Hell! I cast You aside, O my God! I reacted to Your mercy by committing new sins and offenses. I know that I have done evil, O my God, and I repent with my whole heart. Ah, would that I could shed a sea of tears for such outrageous ingratitude! O Jesus, have mercy on me; for I now resolve to rather suffer a thousand deaths than offend You again.

The Urgency of Hell

It is of faith that Heaven exists for the good and Hell for the wicked. Faith teaches that the pains of Hell are eternal, and it also warns us that one single mortal sin suffices to condemn a soul forever because of the infinite malice by which it offends an infinite God. With these most positive principles in mind, how can I remain indifferent when I see the ease with which sins are committed, sins that occur as frequently as one takes a glass of water, sins and offenses that are perpetrated out of levity or diversion? How can I rest when so many are to be seen living continually in mortal sin and rushing in this blind manner to their eternal destruction? No indeed, I cannot rest, but must needs run and shout a warning to them. If I saw anyone about to fall into a pit or a fire, would I not run up to him and warn him, and do all in my power to help him from falling in? Why should I not do this much to keep sinners from falling into the pit and fires of Hell?
Neither can I understand why other priests who believe the selfsame truths as I do, as we all must do, do not preach or exhort their flock so that they might avoid this unbearable eternity of Hell. It is still a source of wonder to me how the laity – those men and women blessed with the Faith – do not give warning to those who need it. If a house were to catch fire in the middle of the night, and if the inhabitants of the same house and the other townsfolk were asleep and did not see the danger, would not the one who first noticed it shout and run along the streets, exclaiming: "Fire! Fire! In that house over there!" Then why should there not be a warning of eternal fire to waken those who are drifting in the sleep of sin in such a way that when they open their eyes they will find themselves burning in the eternal flames of Hell? 

Friday, October 20, 2017

Nazzareno Marconi ‘bishop’ appointed by Bergoglio: «I apologize for the Hail Mary in the University»

On October 13 at 5.30 p.m., Clara Ferranti, a professor for Linguistics at Macerata University, Italy, interrupted her lesson in order to recite a Hail Mary for the centenary of Fatima. The little prayer caused a storm at the University. As a consequence, Macerata Bishop Nazareno Marconi, in an ironic way, apologized in the name of the faithful for – quote – “having destabilized the serenity of a University.” And, “The flurry caused by one Hail Mary once again reminded us that prayer is a force, a power that can frighten.





This University has Catholic roots and a papal blessing. It was founded in 1290 and is one of the oldest in Italy.

St. Thomas Aquinas teaches that sins against Faith are among the greatest of sins.

A true bishop of the Catholic Church is obligated under oath to publicly profess the Catholic faith and to defend it even with his own life. Nazarene Marconi of Macerata are not in full communion with the Catholic Church. He violated the Pledge of Allegiance to the Church violated the  Oath of Fidelity on Assuming an office to be exercised in the name of the Church.

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Apostate Cardinal Tauran promotes worship of pagan Hindu gods





Cardinal: Happy Feast-Day of the Devils to Everybody


Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran, the head of the Pontifical Council for Inter-religious Dialogue, congratulated the Hindus for the festival of Deepawali on October 19. The feast is especially dedicated to two gods, Ganesha and Lakshmi who according to Scripture and Catholic doctrine must be considered demons. Anonimi della Croce comments, “Happy Feast-Day of the Devils to Everybody”. en.news








Lakshmi


Ganesha






The god Ganesh entered in procession in the Catholic temple



Monsignor Zornoza confirms as Vicar of Ceuta the priest resigned after the scandal of the Hindu idol




Bishop of Cádiz: Transsexuals may be godfathers

The Canon Law, Can. 874, para. 3, explains that a godfather must "live a life that corresponds to the faith and the service to be undertaken." No longer so for Rafael Zornoza Boy, Bishop of Cádiz and Ceuta. 
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Barbarini promotes sacrilegious communion for adulterers in Lyon- France



Barbarin: The Church Was “Absurd” And “Inhumane” Until Francis

Last Sunday Cardinal Philippe Barbarin of Lyon, France, hosted an event for adulterers in his Cathedral during which he distributed to them Holy Communion.

According to La Croix Barbarin constructed in his homily the bizarre case of a divorcee living in adultery who "cannot put up any longer with not receiving Communion" and because of this "internal suffering" decides to stop attending Mass, "then it would be absurd and inhumane to continue to withhold it from them.”

Barbarin left it to the subjective feeling of the adulterer whether Communion should be received or not because “for some people, the path of faith necessarily includes taking communion, while for others, it is enough to participate in Mass without communion.” en.news 


October 17, 2015


“The leaders, the guides of the people of God have neglected prayer and penance, and so the demon has obscured their intelligence; they have become these wandering stars that the old devil will drag along with his tail to make them perish” Our Lady of  la Salette- France. 






If anyone says that faith alone is sufficient preparation for receiving the sacrament of the most Holy Eucharist: let him be anathema. And that so great a Sacrament may not be unworthily received, and therefore unto death and condemnation, this holy Council ordains and declares that sacramental confession must necessarily be made beforehand by those whose conscience is burdened by mortal sin, however contrite they may consider themselves. If anyone moreover teaches the contrary or preaches or obstinately asserts, or even publicly by disputation shall presume to defend the contrary, by that fact itself he is excommunicated. (Denzinger-Hünermann 1661. Julius III, Council of Trent, Session XIV, October 11, 1551)


  • Anathema for those who deny that a new union after separation is adultery


If anyone says that the Church errs, inasmuch as she has taught and still teaches that in accordance with evangelical and apostolic doctrine (Mt 10:1, 1Cor 7) the bond of matrimony cannot be dissolved because of adultery of one of the married persons, and that both, or even the innocent one, who has given no occasion for adultery, cannot during the lifetime of the other contract another marriage, and that he, who after the dismissal of the adulteress shall marry another, is guilty of adultery, and that she also, who after the dismissal of the adulterer shall marry another: let him be anathema. (Denzinger-Hünermann 1807.Council of Trent Session XXIV, Doctrine concerning the Sacrament of Marriage, November 11, 1563)

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Dublin [Sodom] Archdiocese Supports Gay Couples


Dublin Archdiocese has released a guide for the 2018 World Meeting of Families. On page 24 it claims that besides marriage there are other unions “which provide mutual support to the couple”. And, “Pope Francis encourages us never to exclude but to accompany these couples also, with love, care and support.” This text is illustrated with a picture of a couple of two women. en.news


Apostate Bishops use Bergoglio’s teaching to push homosexuality at 2018 World Meeting of Families.


Catholics who wish to make their concerns known to the organizers of the 2018 World Meeting of Families can do so by email: info@worldmeeting2018.ie or alternatively contact the Archbishop of Dublin:
Diarmuid Martin, Archbishop’s House, Drumcondra, Dublin 9.
Tel: 01837 3732
Secretary to the Archbishop Mr. Joseph Merrick
Email: joseph@abhouse.org1 



Program for 2018 World Meeting of Families Features Homosexual Imagery & Themes



Ireland: Homosexualists Lure Homosexuals Into Eternal Condemnation

Practicing homosexuals are encouraged to receive Holy Communion in Dublin, Ireland, during an, “All Are Welcome Mass” at a Carmelite Retreat Centre every 3rd Sunday each month, writes churchmilitant.com. Dublin Archbishop Diarmuid Martin once presided over such a mass.

During such masses the altar is often covered with a rainbow flag. Lay people read the gospel or prayers reserved to the priest. The audience is invited, “to experience full participation when celebrating the Eucharist."

According to the Bible and to Catholic doctrine, practicing homosexuality is a mortal sin. Receiving Communion in such a state is another mortal sin. Mortal sins lead to eternal condemnation in hell. en.news

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Anti-Catholic gay activist named chair at Santa Clara Jesuit University

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Comedian and CNN host W. Kamau Bell has been named the Frank Sinatra Chair in the Performing Arts at Santa Clara University for 2017-18. The Jesuit university’s website says, “Bell will mentor and engage with students, faculty, and the Santa Clara University community.”
Bell is a self-declared critic of the Church, as well as a supporter of same-sex marriage and abortion.
About the Catholic Church,  Bell said, “You’re not going to find a bigger critic of the Catholic Church than me. You can find a bigger one, but I certainly feel like I have no room for that. My wife is Catholic, we got married in a Catholic church, and I think that’s how you become a critic, because you see it up close.”
Dennis Gordon, professor of political science and director of the Center for the Arts and Humanities at SCU said, “As students struggle with their own identities and to understand why our nation is divided along so many lines, [Bell] offers a greater understanding of the dangers that racism, sexism, homophobia, income inequality, and the dumbing-down of our political discourse present.”