“The Jesuits were penetrated by the Communists, and Bergoglio was one of them,” observed a journalist
February 21 This day in history—a windfall for the Saint Gallen MafiaBy Phil Lawler | Feb 21, 2019
On this date—February 21, the feast of St. Peter Damian—18 years ago, at a Vatican consistory, Pope John Paul II raised 38 prelates to the College of Cardinals. Among the men who received red hats that day are the following, who are very much in the news this week, amid the discussion of the sex-abuse scandal:
Oscar Rodriguez Maradiaga
Francisco Errazuriz Ossa
and, lest we forget,
Jorge Mario Bergoglio.
Oh, and one other:
Statistics - Consistory 21 February 2001 (vatican.va)
On February 21, 1948 the Manifesto of the Communist Party written by Karl Marx and Fredrick Engels was first published in the UK.
— How Communists Subverted the Catholic Church by
Speaking as an ex-Communist, Bella Dodd said: “In the 1930’s, we put eleven hundred men into the priesthood in order to destroy the Church from within.” Back then she said, “Right now they are in the highest places, and they are working to bring about change in order that the Catholic Church will no longer be effective against Communism.” She also said that these changes would be so drastic that “you will not recognize the Catholic Church.” Once these men had become bishops, their influence could be widely spread because “Bishops beget bishops”