"IT IS A GRAVE OFFENSE NOT TO WORK FOR THE EXTERMINATION OF HERESY WHEN THIS MONSTROUS INFECTION REQUIRES ACTION"
— Council of Vienne ♰♰♰


Friday, October 22, 2021

The Apostata Bergoglio Rehabs Deposed ‘Homo Mafia’ apostate Prelate

  As Father Paul Kramer said: “The antipope and his apostate collaborators will be as sister Lucy said, supporters of the devil, those who work for evil without being afraid of anything.”


by Jules Gomes •  ChurchMilitant.com •  October 22, 2021   
Leftist Slovak president interceded with pontiff for bishop's restoration

TRNAVA, Slovakia (ChurchMilitant.com) - Pope Francis is rehabilitating a highly controversial, divisive and heterodox Slovakian archbishop who was sacked by Pope Benedict XVI after an apostolic visitation in 2012. 


Polish whistleblower on the gay clergy, Fr. Dariusz Oko

Faithful clerics in Slovakia fear that the rehabilitation could include the offer of a cardinalate to the disgraced Róbert Bezák, former archbishop of Trnava, who is reported to have been at the center of an extensive homosexual clergy network. 

Archbishop's Lavender Mafia

Bezák, former provincial of the Redemptorists in Slovakia, turned his diocese into a "kind of homosexual capital in the Slovak Church," notes Fr. Dariusz Oko, Polish theologian and whistleblower on the gay clerical lobby. 

Reports suggest that Bezák frequented gay gyms and saunas and that he was responsible for creating a network of homosexual priests and ordaining seminarians who had been rejected by other seminaries because of their unorthodox attitudes or open homosexual inclinations.

"When others started to argue against it, Bezák had the support of many from a homosexual background in the Church," wrote Oko, author of the journal article "With the Pope Against Homoheresy" (Mit dem Papst gegen Homohäresie), which contributed to Bezák's removal. 

Perpetrators like Bezák had created not only a homo-lobby but even a homo-mafia.GabTweet

Oko listed Bezák along with sexual predators like ex-cardinal Theodore McCarrick, Bp. Gustavo Zanchetta and Fr. Marcial Maciel, noting that Pope Benedict XVI "forced many bishops to resign because of their involvement in various types of homosexual guilt." 

"In recent days, precisely for this reason, two relatively recent bishops have been removed from office: Róbert Bezák (52 years old) from Trnava, Slovakia, and the Dominican Vilhelms Lapelis (51 years old) from Lipawa, Lithuania," Dr. Oko told Polish media Religia in 2012.

Calling out the scourge of "homoheresy," Fr. Oko maintained that perpetrators like Bezák had created "not only a homo-lobby but even a homo-mafia," shedding light on the Vatican's secretiveness regarding the reasons for Bezák's dismissal.

Benedict Fires Bezák

Pope Benedict XVI stripped Bezák of his archbishopric on July 2, 2012, after the prelate refused to step down following an apostolic visitation in January 2012 led by Jan Baxant, bishop of Litoměřice in the Czech Republic. 

Bezák was forbidden to discuss the matter publicly, but spoke about it in a series of interviews that were turned into two books, Confession and Between Heaven and Hell, and a film, Arcibiskup Bezák Zbohom ("Goodbye, Archbishop Bezák"). 

Hell is the same thing as Heaven; the difference is in how the subject feels.GabTweet

Bezák was also accused of heterodoxy after he said in a televised interview that "Hell is the same thing as Heaven; the difference is in how the subject feels."

In a TV interview, he claimed that Pope John Paul II must have personal sexual experience to speak about it the way he does when he addresses the theology of marriage.


Bezák supported Zuzana Čaputová's candidacy for president

In a book titled Róbert Bezák: The Truth About the Dismissed Archbishop, Slovak Jesuit Fr. Šebastián Labo (who died in 2014, after the publication of his book) slammed the prelate for casting doubt on transubstantiation and "failing to affirm that the Eucharist is the real Body of Christ."

Labo accused Bezák of supporting women's ordination; of being "a convinced, albeit secret, supporter of Protestantism" for whom "papal primacy does not play a role"; and for mocking the "religious practices of sincere believers." 

Clergy were shocked by Bezák's shameful treatment of retired bishops: Bezák changed the keys of the archbishop's house, forbidding his predecessor to enter, and he communicated this to him in a very disrespectful letter. 

He also forbade retired auxiliary bishops to eat together, telling them that they were smelly because they are old. Both auxiliary bishops were forced to leave the archbishop's house and find alternate accommodation, despite being approximately 85 years old.

Francis Rushes to the Rescue

Two years after the archbishop was removed from office, Francis received Bezák at the Wednesday general audience of June 25, 2014, during which the prelate spoke briefly with the pontiff and handed him a letter asking for an audience. 

Francis granted Bezák a private audience on April 10, 2015, following Czechia's Cdl. Miloslav Vlk's intervention.

The tide turned rapidly under Pope Francis.GabTweet

Sources from Slovakia told Church Militant that "the tide turned rapidly under Pope Francis" with the current leftist president Zuzana Čaputová and her predecessor Andrej Kiska "shamelessly lobbying" for Bezák during their private audiences with the pontiff. 

In December 2018, Francis gave then-President Kiska a gold medallion of the Madonna and Child as a gift to be given to Bezák — saying it was "from my heart." The president promptly and personally delivered it to the former prelate at the presidential palace.

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President Kiska gives Bezák a gift from Pope Francis

The ex-archbishop scandalized faithful Slovakian Catholics by openly supporting Kiska's successor, Čaputová, in her presidential campaign, despite the leftist politician's militant advocacy for same-sex marriage and abortion.

"Čaputová put in a good word for Bezák when she met Francis at the Vatican in December 2020," a source said. "Issues of mutual interest, such as the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, social justice and the protection of creation" were also discussed, Vatican media reported

Ice Cream Rehabilitation

On June 24, in anticipation of his visit to Slovakia, the pontiff hosted lunch for Bezák at Santa Marta and invited him to concelebrate at Holy Mass. Bezák even bragged that Francis brought ice cream for him after the meal. 

Most significantly, Francis handed back the ex-archbishop the episcopal ring that Bezák had sent to the Vatican after his dismissal, accompanying one of his many appeals for his restoration.

I had the opportunity to serve Mass alone with Pope Francis. GabTweet

"For me, this is rehabilitation; I don't need another one. Indeed, the door opened; the pope led me to the chapel of Santa Marta, and I had the opportunity to serve Mass alone with Pope Francis. I don't need more," Bezák told Slovak media.

Francis also sent a wreath to the funeral of Bezák's father in March and wrote the prelate a personal condolence letter.

Slovakia Trip Seals Deal

"Bezák's rehabilitation was sealed through various symbolic actions during Francis' four-day visit to Slovakia in September, during which the pontiff publicly affirmed the disgraced prelate, signaling his inevitable return to power," a high-placed source said. 

On Sept. 13, the second day of his pontifical visit to Slovakia, Francis received Bezák and his relatives at the apostolic nunciature in Bratislava. Vatican News Slovak Edition later reported the event even though it was not announced in the pope's official itinerary. 

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Francis meets Bezák's family in private at the nunciature

Bezák claimed he was invited to a meeting between Pope Francis and President Zuzana Čaputová in the garden of the presidential palace. He was, however, refused entry to the cathedral.

On the final day of his papal visit, while celebrating Holy Mass for over 40,000 people at the Shrine of Our Lady of the Seven Sorrows in Šaštín, Bezák joined the pope in concelebrating at the altar. 

In an extended letter to Pope Francis, faithful Slovakian Catholics lamented the pontiff's support for the disgraced prelate, noting that Bezák had caused scandal by speaking at Slovakia's liberal music festival, Pohoda, which promotes casual sex and liberal political, cultural and ideological events.

"Bezák is also known for his frequent liturgical abuses and celebrating children's clown Masses with furry animals or Masses with rock music," the Catholics complained, comparing the prelate to "the infamous modernist archbishop of Vienna, Cdl. Christoph Schönborn."

No wonder he was "so attractive to all liberal and anti-Catholic media at home and abroad — since in Slovakia he was the only bishop with such an advanced and openly articulated modernist appearance," the letter lamented. 

Bezák has consistently denied all charges against him and has maintained his innocence. 


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Wednesday, October 20, 2021

The Novus Ordo Mass omits the texts that condemn sodomy

 The Novus Ordo Mass censors the Word of God

THE NEW PROGRESSIVE REVISED VERSION

 

Shocking Example: How The Novus Ordo Manipulates Holy Scripture


On Tuesday 12 October 2021, in the 28th week of Ordinary Time, year B, the Novus Ordo group reads Romans 1:16-25 at the Eucharist.

A day later, on October 13, Romans 2:1-11 is read. Thus Romans 1: 26-28 is omitted. It says:

“Therefore, God gave them up to degrading passions. Their women exchanged natural intercourse for unnatural, and in the same way also the men, giving up natural intercourse with women, were consumed with passion for one another.

Men committed shameless acts with men and received in their own persons the due penalty for their error. And since they did not see fit to acknowledge God, God gave them up to a debased mind and to things that should not be done.”

This is the Novus Ordo method: When the translation cannot be forced, the annoying text is eliminated. This begs the question: Whom do the Novus Ordo guys want to fool? God?

Lex orandi, lex credendi
The law of prayer is the law of belief. What we pray at the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass is just as important as how we pray it.

Revelation 22:19
 if anyone takes away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God will take away that person’s share in the tree of life and in the holy city, which are described in this book.





 For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and wickedness of those who by their wickedness suppress the truth. Romans 1:18

2 Timothy 4:3-4
 For there shall be a time, when they will not endure sound doctrine; but, according to their own desires, they will heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears:
And will indeed turn away their hearing from the truth, but will be turned unto fables.

Several times in Argentina Bergoglio stopped celebrating the Christmas Mass to celebrate Christmas Eve with Talmudic Jews


Monday, October 18, 2021

Sancte Lucae, ora pro nobis

 




Antiphon: Be couragious in battle, and fight with the old Serpent, and you shall receive an everlasting Kingdom. Alleluia.

 Vers. They proclaimed the works of God.
Resp. And understood his deeds.


Prayer: May thy holy Evangelist St. Luke, we beseech Thee, O Lord, be an intercessor for us; who, for the Honour of thy Name, always bore in his Body the mortification of the Cross: Through Our Lord, Jesus, Thy Son, Who liveth and reighneth with Thee in the unity of the Holy Spirit, God, world without end. Amen


Jesus, son of David, have mercy on me.

(St. Luke xviii. 38; Indulgence 100 days)


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Saint Luke, Evangelist
from the Liturgical Year, 1903

The goodness and kindness of God our Saviour hath appeared to all men (Tit. ii. 11; iii. 4.). It would seem that the third Evangelist, a disciple of St. Paul, had purposed setting forth this word of the Doctor of the Gentiles; or may we not rather say, the Apostle himself characterizes in this sentence the Gospel wherein his disciple portrays the Saviour prepared before the face of all peoples; a light to the revelation of the Gentiles, and the glory of... Israel (St. Luke ii. 31, 32). St. Luke's Gospel, and the words quoted from St. Paul, were in fact written about the same time; and it is impossible to say which claims priority.

Under the eye of Simon Peter, to whom the Father had revealed the Christ the Son of the living God, Mark had the honour of giving to the Church the Gospel of Jesus, the Son of God (St. Mark i. 1). Matthew had already drawn up for the Jews the Gospel of the Messias, Son of David, Son of Abraham (St. Matth. i. 1). Afterwards, at the side of Paul, Luke wrote for the Gentiles the Gospel of Jesus, Son of Adam through Mary (St. Luke iii. 38). As far as the genealogy of this First-born of His Mother may be reckoned back, so far shall extend the blessing He bestows upon His brethren, by redeeming them from the curse inherited from their first father.

Jesus was truly one of ourselves, a Man conversing with men and living their life. He was seen on earth in the reign of Augustus; the prefect of the empire registered the birth of this new subject of Caesar in the city of His ancestors. He was bound in the swathing-bands of infancy; like all of His race, He was circumcised, offered to the Lord, and redeemed according to the law of His nation. As a Child He obeyed His parents; He grew up under their eyes; He passed through the progressive development of youth to the maturity of manhood. At every juncture, during His public life, He prostrated in prayer to God the Creator of all; He wept over His country; when His Heart was wrung with anguish at sight of the morrow's deadly torments, He was bathed with a sweat of blood; and in that agony He did not disdain the assistance of an Angel. Such appears, in the third Gospel, the humanity of God our Saviour.

How sweet too are His grace and goodness! Among all the children of men, He merited to be the expectation of nations and the Desired of them all: He who was conceived of a humble Virgin; Who was born in a stable with shepherds for His court, and choirs of Angels singing in the darkness of night: Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace to men of goodwill. But earth had sung the prelude to the angelic harmonies; the precursor, leaping with delight in his mother's womb, had, as the Church says (Vesper Hymn for the Feast of St. John Baptist), made known the king still resting in his bride-chamber. To this joy of the bridegroom's Friend, the Virgin Mother had responded, by the sweetest song that earth or heaven has ever heard. Then Zachary and Simeon completed the number of inspired Cantioles for the new people of God. All was song aTound the new-born Babe ; and Mary kept all the wcrds in her heart, in order to transmit them to us through her own Evangelist.

The Divine Child grew in age and wisdom and grace, before God and man; till His human beauty captivated men, and drew them with the cords of Adam to the love of God. He was ready to welcome the daughter of Tyre, the Gentile race that had become more than a rival of Sion. Let her not fear, the poor unfortunate one, of whom Magdalene was a figure; the pride of expiring Judaism may take scandal, but Jesus will accept her tears and her perfumes; he will forgive her much because of her great love. Let the prodigal hope once more, when worn out with his long wanderings, in every way whither error has led the nations; the envious complaint of his elder brother Israel will not stay the outpourings of the Sacred Heart, celebrating the return of the fugitive, restoring to him the dignity of sonship, placing again upon his finger the ring of the alliance first contracted in Eden with the whole human race. As for Juda, unhappy is he if he refuse to understand.

Woe to the rich man, who in his opulence neglects the poor Lazarus! The privileges of race no longer exist: of ten lepers cured in body, the stranger alone is healed in soul, because he alone believes in his deliverer and returns thanks. Of the Samaritan, the levite, and the priest, who appear on the road to Jericho, the first alone earns our Saviour's commendation. The pharisee is strangely mistaken, when, in his arrogant prayer, he spurns the publican, who strikes his breast and cries for mercy. The Son of Man neither hears the prayers of the proud, nor heeds their indignation; He invites Himself, in spite of their murmurs, to the house of Zacheus, bringing with him salvation and joy, and declaring the publican to be henceforth a true son of Abraham. So much goodness and such universal mercy close against Him the narrow hearts of his fellow-citizens; they will not have him to reign over them; but eternal Wisdom finds the lost coin, and there is great joy before the Angels in heaven. On the day of the sacred Nuptials, the lowly and despised, and the repentant sinners, will sit down to the banquet prepared for others. In truth I say to you, there were many widows in the days of Elias in Israel, . . . and to none of them was Elias sent, but to Sarepta of Sidon, to a widow woman. And there were many lepers in Israel in the time of Eliseus the prophet, and none of them was cleansed but Naaman the Syrian (St. Luke iv. 25-27).

O Jesus, Thy Evangelist has won our hearts. "We love thee for having taken pity on our misery. We Gentiles were in deeper debt than Jerusalem, and therefore we owe thee greater love in return for thy pardon. We love thee because Thy choicest graces are for Magdalene, that is, for us who are sinners, and are nevertheless called to the better part. We love Thee because thou canst not resist the tears of mothers; but restorest to them, as at Naim, their dead children. In the day of treason, and abandonment, and denial, thou didst forget Thine own injury to cast upon Peter that loving look, which caused him to weep bitterly. Thou turnedst away from Thyself the tears of those humble and true daughters of Jerusalem, who followed thy painful footsteps up the heights of Calvary. Nailed to the Cross, thou didst implore pardon for Thy executioners. At the last hour, as God thou promisedst Paradise to the penitent thief, as Man thou gavest back Thy soul to Thy Father. Truly from beginning to end of this third Gospel appears thy goodness and kindness, O God our Saviour!

St. Luke completed his work by writing, in the same correct style as his Gospel, the history of the first days of Christianity, of the introduction of the Gentiles into the Church, and of the great labours of their own Apostle Paul. According to tradition he was an artist, as well as a man of letters; and with a soul alive to all the most delicate inspirations, he consecrated his pencil to the holiest use, and handed down to us the features of the Mother of God. It was an illustration worthy of the Gospel which relates the Divine Infancy; and it won for the artist a new title to the gratitude of those who never saw Jesus and Mary in the flesh. Hence St. Luke is the patron of Christian art; and also of the medical profession, for in the holy Scripture itself he is said to have been a physician, as we shall see from the Breviary Lessons. He had studied all the sciences in his native city Antioch; and the brilliant capital of the East had reason to be proud of its illustrious son.


Prayer:

The symbolical Ox, reminding us of the figurative sacrifices, and announcing their abrogation, yokes himself, with the Man, the Lion, and the Eagle, to the chariot which bears the Conqueror of earth, the Lamb in his triumph. O Evangelist of the Gentiles, blessed be thou for having put an end to the long night of our captivity, and warmed our frozen hearts. Thou wast the confidant of the Mother of God; and her happy influence left in thy soul that fragrance of virginity which pervaded thy whole life and breathes through thy writings. With discerning love and silent devotedness, thou didst assist the Apostle of the Gentiles in his great work; and didst remain as faithful to him when abandoned or betrayed, shipwrecked or imprisoned, as in the days of his prosperity. Rightly, then, does the Church in her Collect apply to thee the words spoken by St. Paul of himself : In all things we suffer tribulation, are persecuted, are cast down, always bearing about in our body the mortification of Jesus; but this continual dying manifests the life of Jesus in our mortal flesh. Thy inspired pen taught us to love the Son of Man in His Gospel; thy pencil portrayed Him for us in His Mother's arms; and a third time thou revealedst Him to the world, by the reproduction of His holiness in thine own life.

Preserve in us the fruits of thy manifold teaching. Though Christian painters do well to pay thee special honour, and to learn from thee that the ideal of beauty resides in the Son of God and in His Mother, there is yet a more sublime art than that of lines and colours: the art of reproducing in ourselves the likeness of God. This we wish to learn perfectly in thy school; for we know from thy master St. Paul that conformity to the image of the Son of God can alone entitle the elect to predestination.

Be thou the protector of the faithful physicians, who strive to walk in thy footsteps, and who, in their minstiry of devotedness and charity, rely upon thy credit with the Author of life. Second their efforts to heal or to relieve suffering; and inspire them with holy zeal, when they find their patients on the brink of eternity.

The world itself, in its decrepitude, now needs the assistance of all who are able, by prayer or action, to come to its rescue. The Son of Man, when He cometh, shall he find, think you, faith on earth (St. Luke xviii. 8)? Thus spoke our Lord in the Gospel. But He also said that we ought always to pray and not to faint (Ibid. 1); adding, for the instruction of the Church both at this time and always, the parable of the widow, whose importunity prevailed upon the unjust judge to defend her cause. And will not God revenge His elect, who cry to Him day and night; and will He have patience in their regard? I say to you that He will quickly revenge them (Ibid. 2-3).

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Sunday, October 17, 2021

“Good Samaritans”: Evil Bergoglio Praises Looting and Arson caused by Soros-financed anti-Catholic Marxist subversive group BLM that promotes abortion and homosexuality

 Proverbs 17:15

He who justifies the wicked and he who condemns the righteous

are both alike an abomination to the Lord.



Bergoglio supports violent protests



PORTLAND, Ore. — Chanting profane statements containing four-letter words, Black Lives Matter (BLM) protesters burned Bibles and other items on Friday night during a public protest in front of the Mark O. Hatfield federal courthouse in Portland.



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The protests over the death of the drug addict and drug dealer George Floyd remind Francis of the "Good Samaritan," he said in an October 16 video message addressed to leftist Popular Movements.


“The main thing is that, in that protest against this death, there was the Collective Samaritan who is no fool! This movement did not pass by on the other side of the road when it saw the injury to human dignity caused by an abuse of power,” Francis said who instituted a system of power abuse in the Vatican.



The criminal “Black Lives Matter” riots caused in the USA the deaths of 25 people and a $1-2 billion damage including destroying the livelihoods of black business owners.

LifeSiteNews: These so-called Samaritans, according to (Bergoglio), have been linked to nearly all of the more than 570 riots that raged across 47 states last summer after the George Floyd’s death. Around 30 people, including young children and parents of young children, lost their lives either in those riots or due to the broader unrest.

In a since deleted tweet, prominent BLM spokesman Shaun King in June 2020 called for the removal and destruction of “[a]ll murals and stained glass windows of white Jesus, and his European mother, and their white friends.”   “They are a gross form of white supremacy,” King added, saying that images depicting Christ as white were “[c]reated as tools of oppression,” and are now used as “[r]acist propaganda.”

The protests led to the injuries of over 700 police officers and to a record $1-2 billion worth of damages just between May 27 and June 8, 2020.

Not only have the damages been so materially costly, but the principles upon which BLM purports to operate undermine the natural law and stand in stark contrast to the ideals of Catholicism.


 

Christiannews.net 2015, BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors — a self-described “queer,” artist, author, organizer and college professor who founded the organization with another lesbian and a self-described feminist — acknowledged that the group is led by “trained Marxists.”
“We make space for transgender brothers and sisters to participate and lead,” the BLM site’s “What We Believe” page also outlines. “We are self-reflexive and do the work required to dismantle cisgender privilege and uplift Black trans folk, especially Black trans women who continue to be disproportionately impacted by trans-antagonistic violence.”





Woe to those who call evil good
and good evil,
who put darkness for light
and light for darkness,
who put bitter for sweet
and sweet for bitter!
Isaiah 5:20

The apostle Saint John describes in the Apocalypse the Second Beast or False Prophet and says that it looks like a Lamb but speaks like a Dragon. In Chapter 13 it is described that the dragon when he speaks utters Blasphemies against those who dwell in Heaven and against Jesus Christ and  against the Saints.

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Friday, October 15, 2021

Powerful Novena to St. Raphael the Archangel



Return to Order

(Feast Day October 24th)

 Prayer to St. Raphael

O Heavenly Physician and most Faithful Companion, Saint Raphael, who restored vision to the elder Tobit, conducted the young Tobias every step of his journey and preserved him unharmed; be pleased to hear my petition:

(State petition here)

O, Saint Raphael, be a doctor to my body and soul, cast away all shadows of ignorance, and assist me constantly in the perilous journey of this life, until you lead me to our Heavenly Home, where, as one of the elect, I may forever contemplate the Divine Countenance with thee. Amen

Our Father, 3 Hail Marys, Glory Be,

Pray for us, o glorious St. Raphael, that we may be made worthy of the promises of Christ.

Let us pray:
O God, who assigned blessed Raphael, the archangel, to be a companion on the road to your servant Tobias, grant to us Thy servants that we may be guarded by the protection of the same angel and be enforced by his assistance. Through Christ Our Lord. Amen