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Saturday, December 12, 2020

Our Lady of Guadalupe destroys the Ecumenical Masonic heresy of religious indifferentism promoted by Bergoglio


Apostate Bergoglio Lauds African Rite ‘INVOKING ANCESTORS’

Bergoglio contradicts the Virgin of Guadalupe by confirming the Indians in their idolatry.

The "Mother of the true God" destroys the heresy of the religious indifferentism promoted by Bergoglio.  

Just ten years after the conquest of Mexico, the Blessed Virgin appeared in Tepeyac, Mexico.  She used an Indian recently converted to the Catholic faith called Juan Diego on Tuesday, December 12, 1531 to bring out the idolatry of the Native Indians.  She was presented as "the perfect ever Virgin Saint Mary, Mother of the true God" to make known the Gospel of her son Jesus Christ to the native Indians of the New Continent.

´Know thou, O my beloved child, that I am the Ever Virgin Mary, Mother of the true God, the Author of Life, Creator of all, the Lord of Heaven and Earth, Who is present everywhere´

Nine million inhabitants converted to Christianity. That for centuries they had professed a polytheistic religion and practiced the most cruel human sacrifices.

One of the first Franciscan Fathers, Toribio de Benavente, affirmed in 1537, just six years after after the appearance of Our Lady of Guadalupe, that nine million Aztecs had been baptized. 

With this fact, we see that 488 years ago the Virgin of Guadalupe destroyed the Masonic heresy of religious indifferentism propagated by the Marxist Bergoglio. The Indians converted from Paganism to Catholicism and the Blessed Virgin did not affirm them in any pagan root. 

It is clearly explained by the Apostle Saint Paul that what defines us as children of God is our Christian identity even Jews cease to be Jews to become Christians. With baptism we leave behind the old man and become Children of God

Galatians 3: 27  As many of you as were baptized into Christ have clothed yourselves with Christ.

Apostate Bergoglio in Chiapas state "On many occasions, in a systematic and organised way, your people have been misunderstood and excluded from society," (Bergoglio) said after citing Popol Vuh, an ancient Mayan text.
"Some have considered your values, culture and traditions to be inferior. Others, intoxicated by power, money and market trends, have stolen your lands or contaminated them. How sad this is," he said.
"How worthwhile it would be for each of us to examine our conscience and learn to say, 'Forgive me!'"

In Mexico the apostate Bergoglio instead of preaching the Gospel of Christ preached his heretical ideas and mocked the devotion of Virgin Mary.
“Esto es lo que hace decir a los mexicanos yo soy ateo pero guadalupano. ¡Algunos mexicanos, no todos son ateos!”, dijo riéndose.

Pope Pius XII

  • Transformed from idolatrous peoples into devout children of the Spouse of Christ

The pride of this faith exalts your name and makes sacred many pages of your history; this faith elevated over the vestiges of the pre-Colombian civilization, and over the savage solitudes, and even beyond the steep peaks of your mountains, the missionary spirit which, regenerating them in union with Rome, transformed those idolatrous peoples into devout children of the Spouse of Christ. (Pius XII. Radio Message for the 2nd National Eucharist Congress of Peru, January 27, 1940)


  • The Catholic priests worked as missionaries to teach the Gospel to the natives, and proclaimed that the natives were to be treated as brothers by the colonists

With the discovery of the New World, Christ’s priests were the tireless companions of the men who founded colonies in those far distant lands. It was these priests who made sure that these colonists would not desert Christian ways nor become proud because of the riches acquired in the new lands. These priests also wished to move forward suitably and readily as missionaries to teach the Gospel to the natives, who previously were entirely ignorant of the Divine Light. And they zealously proclaimed that the natives were to be treated as brothers by the colonists. (Pius XII. Apostolic constitution Exsul familia Nazarethana, August 1, 1952)
  • True Christians should be filled with an ardent desire to see the faith take root and flourish in every land

Zeal for missionary activity and the Catholic spirit are one and the same. A principal note of the Church is catholicity; consequently, a man is no true member of the Church unless he is likewise a true member of the entire body of Christian believers and is filled with an ardent desire to see her take root and flourish in every land (Discorsi e radiomessaggi, 8, 328). (Pius XII. Encyclical Fidei Donum, no. 44, April 21, 1957)
  • The uncultured invaders received the blessings of the true Faith

Equally noble were the vigorous ardent labors of bishops and priests who sought to bring to newcomers the blessings of the true Faith and to introduce them into the social customs of these new countries. They also facilitated the assimilation of the uncultured invaders whom they introduced both to the Christian religion and to a new culture. (Pius XII. Apostolic constitution Exsul familia Nazarethana, August 1, 1952)


Be attentive to redirect this people to pacific customs and civilized ways of life

We also desire that you be attentive, as much as you are able, to redirect this people, and above all those who with the help of the Lord were received into the Christian faith, from the habits of a savage life to more pacific customs and civilized ways of life, as well as persuading them that by abandoning that inept nudity of the body, which they claim to be accustomed to, they assume clothes appropriate to Christian modesty and civilized customs. (Pius V. Letter Etsi fratenitas tuam to the Bishop of Salvador – Brazil)

By the propagation of religion, your kingdom shall also be consolidated and augmented – and will be rewarded in this life and the next

Because the motive through which that part of the world was granted since the beginning to your ancestors, was so that those who had not yet received the faith in Christ, in virtue of the laudable government of those who should direct them as also due to the good examples of those who should bring them to the Christian doctrine, feeling that the yolk of Christ is easy and light and not being oppressed by those who should care for them and nourish them, as though they were tender plants in the vineyard of the Lord, and even inflame and augment in them love for the Christian religion. Your Majesty may be certain that, by the propagation of religion, your kingdom shall, in these regions, through divine goodness and favor, also be consolidated and augmented, and will prepare for itself, through the merits obtained together with those peoples and before religion, a reward not only in this life as also in the other. (Pius V. Letter Cum oporteat nos to King Phillip II, August 17, 1568)

No Greater Enemy of Our Lady Than Modern Ecumenism: Priest and Martyr Maximilian Kolbe

That was written by the martyr in 1933.
Maximilian said, “There is no greater enemy of the Immaculata and her Knighthood than today’s ecumenism, which every Knight must not only fight against, but also neutralize through diametrically opposed action and ultimately destroy.” (Entry of Diary dated April 23, 1933. Cited from The Immaculata Our Ideal, Father Karl Stehlin [Warsaw: Te Deum, 2005], p.37. – [4] Entry of Diary dated April 23, 1933. Cited from The Immaculata Our Ideal, Father Karl Stehlin [Warsaw: Te Deum, 2005], p.37)

“God has never made or formed but one enmity; but it is an irreconcilable one, which shall endure and develop even to the end. It is between Mary, His worthy Mother, and the devil,—between the children and the servants of the Blessed Virgin and the children and instruments of Lucifer. The most terrible of all the enemies which God has set up against the devil is His holy Mother, Mary. He has inspired her, even since the days of the earthly Paradise, though she existed then only in His idea, with so much hatred against that cursed enemy of God, with so much industry in unveiling the malice of that old serpent, with so much power to conquer, to overthrow, and to crush that proud impious rebel, that he fears her not only more than all Angels and men, but in some sense more than God Himself. It is not that the anger, the hatred, and the power of God are not infinitely greater than those of the Blessed Virgin, for the perfections of Mary are limited, but it is, first, because Satan, being proud, suffers infinitely more from being beaten and punished by a little and humble handmaid of God, and her humility humbles him more than the Divine power; and, secondly, because God has given Mary such a great power against the devils, that, as they have often been obliged to confess, in spite of themselves, by the mouths of the possessed, they fear one of her sighs for a soul more than the prayers of all the Saints, and one of her menaces against them more than all other torments.”
― St. Louis de Montfort, True Devotion to Mary: With Preparation for Total Consecration

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