Saturday, February 24, 2018

FL Cathedral Offers Memorial Mass for 33rd-Degree Freemason

by Alexander Slavsky  •  •  February 22, 2018     

Freemasonry still excommunicable offense

VENICE, Fla. ( - A Florida diocese is allowing for a Memorial Mass for an active Free Mason.

An obituary for Robert Vanecek, a 33rd-degree Mason, Knight Templar and Shriner, indicates that Epiphany Cathedral in the diocese of Venice offered him a Memorial Mass on Tuesday, which was confirmed by John Cazalet, a member of Church Militant's Venice Resistance chapter.

His Mass was said by Fr. Charles Ruoff, parochial vicar. The obituary asked that donations in his honor be given to the Shriners Hospital for Children.

Freemasonry is incompatible with the Catholic faith, and it remains the most condemned belief system in the Church's history — what some consider Satan's select instrument for attacking the Catholic Church. It is a cult-like society that promotes philosophies like indifferentism, communism, relativism and naturalism. 

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  2. Indifferentism is a very serious problem today, as it is continually spreading. The section "Freemasonry and Religion," in the Oxford University edition of the Holy Bible published for Freemasons, begins: "It is often said of Freemasonry that it is not a religion, but that it is religious. Its only religious dogma - if indeed it can be called a dogma - is that belief in a Supreme Being, Grand Architect of the Universe, is essential to admittance into the Fraternity. . . . To prevent discord and the jar of sect against sect, it forbids under the severest penalties all sectarian discussion in the Lodge rooms." This is blatant enforcement of indifferentism. By the way, this Oxford Bible is the King James Bible.

    The pagan Egyptian, Greek, Roman, etc., elements in Freemasonry make it essentially and forever indifferentist. It approves even of ancient pagan religion.

    Pope Leo XIII writes in his encyclical Humanum Genus, which concerns Freemasonry: "For as soon as the constitution and the spirit of the masonic sect were clearly discovered by manifest signs of its actions, by the investigation of its causes, by publication of its laws, and of its rites and commentaries, with the addition often of the personal testimony of those who were in the secret, this apostolic see denounced the sect of the Freemasons, and publicly declared its constitution, as contrary to law and right, to be pernicious no less to Christiandom than to the State; and it forbade any one to enter the society, under the penalties which the Church is wont to inflict upon exceptionally guilty persons."

    Extra Ecclesiam nulla salus.


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