— Council of Vienne ♰♰♰

Thursday, November 30, 2023

Saint Andrew's proselytism led his brother Peter to find the Messiah


Andrew quickly found his brother Simon (later called Peter) and told him "We have found the Messiah."

BEDE: This is truly to find the Lord; viz. to have fervent love for Him, together with a care for our brother’s salvation.

CHRYSOSTOM: Andrew kept not our Lord’s words to himself; but ran in haste to his brother, to report the good tidings: He first finds his own brother Simon, and said to him, We have found the Messias, which is, being interpreted, the Christ.

While the anti-Catholic Jorge Mario Bergoglio wants to destroy the only bridge and path of salvation that is Christ.

All the Freemasons, Muslim anti-Christians, apostates, sodomites have joined Bergoglio in his rebellion against God and against the Church.

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Wednesday, November 29, 2023

More Vindictiveness From the Anticatholic Jorge Bergoglio

 More revenge from the anti-Catholic Jorge Bergoglio

Gloria TV News.

Francis goes after Puerto Iguazú Bishop Nicolás Baisi, 59, Argentina. Wanderer and La Cigüeña De La Torre know more.

• Baisi is a “beloved son” of Archbishop Aguer who has known him since Baisi was in high school.

• Aguer was Baisi's superior in the seminary and Baisi was Aguer's auxiliary bishop in La Plata.

• Bergoglio is furious about Aguer's bold speech (“parrhesia”).

• Since there is nothing more Bergoglio can do to Aguer, he takes out his anger on Baisi.

• Baisi is a good bishop, well educated, friendly and close to his faithful.

• Francis has said to Buenos Aires Archbishop Cuerva, “Choose the auxiliary bishops you want, and I will appoint them for you".

• So, one of the current Buenos Aires auxiliary bishops, whom Cuerva wants to get rid of, will go to Puerto Iguazú after Baisi.

• In May, Baisi wrote a common sense assessment of the previous meeting of Argentine bishops, but under Francis common sense is a crime.

• Among other things, Baisi says that the bishops should talk more about the Church and less about politics (“we see the mistakes of the politicians more easily than our own”).

• Caminante expects Francis to lynch also Villa María Bishop Samuel Jofré, another spiritual son of Archbishop Aguer.

(On the picture from left to right: Taussig, Benedict XVI, Jofré, Baisi)

Archbishop Héctor Agüer: Why Does Francis Hate Good Priests?

Proverbs 17:15

One who justifies the wicked and one who condemns the righteous

    are both alike an abomination to the Lord.

St. Hildegard of Bingen: Homosexuality is the supreme offense against God

Archbishop Viganò: Bergoglio’s intention is to harm souls, discredit the Church, and offend God

“[The vice of sodomy]  mobilizes him in the militia of the evil spirit and force him to fight unspeakable wars against God. She detaches the unhappy soul from the company of the angels and , depriving it of it excellence, take it captive under her domineering yoke” (...)Once this poisonous serpent has sunk its fangs into this unfortunate man, he is deprived of all moral sense, his memory fails , and the mind's vision is darkened. Unmindful of God , he also forgets his own identity. St. Peter Damian -Liber Gomorrhianus ad Leonem IX Romanum Pontificem 

Tuesday, November 28, 2023

Archbishop Héctor Agüer: Why Does Francis Hate Good Priests?


Proverbs 17:15

One who justifies the wicked and one who condemns the righteous

    are both alike an abomination to the Lord.

November 28, 2023 from Rorate Caeli by Archbishop Héctor Agüer 

Several priests who follow the teachings of Pope Francis with attention have expressed to me their dismay and sorrow because they have recorded how often His Holiness denigrates priests. He has called them “bitter (cod-faced), spinsters, sacramental clerks, ambitious, gossipers, climbers…,” and other denigrating epithets. A lack of justice and charity.

There are thousands of priests in the world; among them there are some to whom some of the epithets that Francis’ accusations accumulate are applicable. But his generalizations in sermons, catechetical texts, and messages contradict the truth, and what is scandalous is that they depart radically from the affirmations of the Second Vatican Council, which dedicated the Decree Presbyterorum Ordinis to the ministry and life of priests. I quote some passages from that text: 

“Configured to Christ the Priest by the sacrament of Holy Orders, they certainly received the sign and gift of so great a vocation and grace that they feel capable and obliged, in the same human weakness, to pursue perfection according to the Word of the Lord: ‘Be perfect as the Father who is in heaven is perfect’ (Mt 5:48). Priests are especially obliged to acquire that perfection… because they are living elements of the Eternal Priest in order to attain more aptly the perfection of the One whose function they represent… They are ordered to perfection of life by the very sacred actions they perform every day, as well as by their entire ministry” (P.O 12).

In the following paragraph, the Council “vehemently exhorts all priests to strive always toward greater holiness; this will make them more apt for the service of the People of God” (P.O 13). The ideal that the Council recalls is that of unity and harmony of life, which comes from the imitation of Christ in the exercise of the ministry; it is pastoral charity, a trait that distinguishes the diocesan priest from the religious, to whom the Council dedicates the Decree Perfectae caritatis. In Presbyterorum Ordinis, it is also affirmed that from the unity of life arrives “consolation and immense joy” (P.O. 14). It is striking how different this theological and spiritual perspective is from the petty sociological perspective of Francis in his slandering of priests. This is not perceived in the teachings of John Paul II, and Benedict XVI, who honored priests.

Another aspect to point out is that the Pope’s calumnies are frequently directed at priests who are closer to Tradition; he has called them “backwardists” [indietristi] because they “look backwards”, that is, because they do not follow the “new paradigms” proposed by the Successor of Peter. This is how the “canceled priests” abound, who are swept away as scum from the exercise of the ministry. Rome’s authoritarian progressivism is imitated all over the world. As it happens here, in Argentina, in several dioceses where the cancelation of priests faithful to Tradition, a dogmatic and practical Tradition, is exercised.

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In Argentina, the heresiarch Jorge Mario Bergoglio was identified as the 7 plagues of Egypt for the Argentine Church