— Council of Vienne ♰♰♰

Thursday, April 6, 2023

On Holy Thursday Jesus instituted the sacrament of the Eucharist and using the ancient ritual of priestly purification of the washing of the feet instituted the Sacrament of the Christian Priesthood


Dear Catholic Brothers, in order to unmask Bergoglio's sacrilegious, blasphemous and heretical parodies with which he has desecrated the two sacraments instituted by Jesus Christ on Holy Thursday, it is necessary to make it clear that the true biblical meaning of the foot washing ritual belongs to the purification ritual priestly instituted by God in the Old Testament.

*Ablutions = Lavatory- Ritual of purification through water.

17 And the Lord spoke to Moses, saying:

18 Thou shalt make also a brazen laver with its foot, to wash in: and thou shalt set it between the tabernacle of the testimony and the altar. And water being put into it,

19 Aaron and his sons shall wash their hands and feet in it:

20 When they are going into the tabernacle of the testimony, and when they are to come to the altar, to offer on it incense to the Lord,

21 Lest perhaps they die. It shall be an everlasting law to him, and to his seed by successions.

Jesus washes the feet of all his disciples to purify them and eliminate every defect and imperfection of the soul. 


The Gay Activist Jorge M. Bergoglio maliciously desecrated Holy Thursday 2015. Bergoglio Knew a Transvestite Was Among Candidates for Foot Washing 

Bergoglio rebels against God when he instead of washing the feet of the priests, maliciously desecrates the ritual by washing the feet of women, Muslims, heretics, sodomites. In this ritual the priests cannot even wash the feet of the children because this priestly ritual was instituted by God only to purify the priests and in the New Covenant Jesus made it clear that the priests must also present themselves pure to celebrate the sacrifice of Christ at the Eucharistic table.

- Bergoglio, in complicity with the priest, also allowed the transvestite to desecrate the sacrament of the Eucharist.

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