"It is a grave offense not to work for the extermination of heresy when this monstrous infection requires action"
(Council of Vienne)


Tuesday, January 1, 2019

Bergoglio again refused to kneel Before God in the Eucharist during Vespers and Te Deum

 As Saint Augustine warned: “nemo autem illam carnem manducat, nisi prius adoraverit; peccemus non adorando–No one eats that flesh without first adoring it; we should sin were we not to adore it."

"When I first met you during these retreats, when you were still Cardinal Bergoglio, I was struck and puzzled that you never acted like the other cardinals and bishops. To give some examples: you were the only one there that did not genuflect before the tabernacle or during the Consecration." (Quote from the Letter to Bergoglio from an  Catholic who knows him very well  Lucrecia Rego de Planas)

The purposes of the Eucharistic Sacrifice are mainly four: adoration of God, thanksgiving, atonement and impetration (Council of Trent: Dz 940. 950/1743, 1753, Mediator Dei 90-93).

Catechism of Saint Pius X
How do we fulfill the First Commandment?
We fulfill the First Commandment by the practice of internal and external worship.
What is internal worship?
Internal worship is the honor which is given to God with the faculties of the soul alone, that is with the intellect and the will.
What is external worship?
External worship is the homage that is given to God by means of outward acts and of sensible objects.
Is it not enough internally to adore God with the heart alone?
No, it is not enough internally to adore God with the heart alone; we must also adore Him externally with both soul and body, because He is the Creator and absolute Lord of both.
Can there be external worship without internal worship?
No, in no way can there be external worship without internal, because unless external worship is accompanied by internal, it is destitute of life, of merit, and of efficacy, like a body without a soul.

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