Category: Conciliar Church

Bergoglio the Blasphemer!

Bergoglio the Blasphemer!

[Courtesy of Novus Ordo Watch] Bergoglio blasphemes again: Jesus Christ “made Himself the Devil”! Only the horns and the tail are missing: The Vatican’s Blasphemer-in-Chief Jorge Bergoglio The blasphemies of Jorge Bergoglio (“Pope Francis”) are becoming ever more frightful. Just the other day we reported on his joke about the Most Holy Trinity (see here) during a private audience, and…

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SSPX Preparing for a Hybrid Mass (Part II)?

SSPX Preparing for a Hybrid Mass (Part II)?

On October 9, Sodalitium Pianum published an article which contained an excerpt from the Pro Tridentina blog, highlighting Roman plans for the infusion of various liturgical innovations similar to those approved for use in 1965 into the 1962 missal (effectively abrogating it), and observed some changes occurring at my local SSPX parish over the years which…

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SSPX Preparing for a Hybrid Mass?

SSPX Preparing for a Hybrid Mass?

When in 2007, the SSPX celebrated Benedict XVI’s promulgation of Summorum Pontificum, which announced among other things, that the traditional rite had never been abrogated, that admission largely overshadowed some “timebombs” contained within the same document, such as: “Needless to say, in order to experience full communion, the priests of the communities adhering to the former…

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Lethal Injection

Lethal Injection

Correctio Filialis to Pope Francis: An Antidote Injected by an Infected Syringe by Christian LaSalle 9/30/17 (French Original Here)   The letter, open to new signatories, now has the names of 62 clerics – including Bishop Bernard Fellay, Superior General of the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Pius X – and lay scholars from 20 countries.…

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Prelude to a Papal Deposition (Revisited)

Prelude to a Papal Deposition (Revisited)

Back on November 21, 2016 (i.e., Ten months ago), Sodalitium Pianum posted the following article in the immediate aftermath of the dubia raised by five cardinals to certain heretical propositions contained within the Apostolic Exhortation Amoris Laetitia. The ultimate conclusion of this article was that the cardinals seemed to be preparing to commence deposition proceedings against Pope Francis.…

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“Principled” Tradcumenism?

“Principled” Tradcumenism?

(SSPX, FSSP, ICK, and diocesan priests pose for a photo op at a previous Catholic Identity Conference)   “Principled” Tradcumenism? by Sean Johnson 9/11/17 The Remnant is announcing with great fanfare the approach of another “Catholic Identity Conference,” in which, supposedly, “For the first time in history, a number of bishops as well as representatives…

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Soon, the Conciliar Beatification of John Paul I?

Soon, the Conciliar Beatification of John Paul I?

by Francesca de Villasmundo 28 AUGUST 2017 Original French Article Here [Slightly Improved Google Translation Follows] Among the many popes who ruled between 1566 and 1958 (i.e., the year of the death of Pius XII), 35 pontiffs over a period of about five centuries, the Catholic Church has canonized only two of them: Holy Pius…

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An Enemy Hath Done This

An Enemy Hath Done This

Does Bergoglio Lead us to Gay Church? BY Jean-Pierre Dickès 8/14/17 [http://medias-catholique.info/bergoglio-nous-mene-t-il-a-leglise-gay/9160] [Excellent Google Translation] The case began with the famous “Who am I to judge? ” about homosexuality. The curious reflection of a pope whose role is precisely to transmit the spiritual and moral heritage of the Church. Teaching itself dating back to the…

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Practical Application of the Declaration of the Knights of Our Lady

Practical Application of the Declaration of the Knights of Our Lady

[In the previous post, we published the recent Declaration of the 24th General Chapter of the Knights of Our Lady.  In this post, we reproduce the Knights’ own practical application of that declaration, relative to the ralliement of the Society of St. Pius X to Rome.] Application of the 24th General Chapter Declaration According to…

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Knights of Our Lady: 24th General Chapter Declaration

Knights of Our Lady: 24th General Chapter Declaration

[Note: For Americans who may be unfamiliar with the history or apostolate of the Knights of Our Lady, NonPossumus gives the following brief account: The Order of the Knights of Our Lady (or, Militia Sanctae Mariae) was founded in 1945, and was canonically erected at Chartres in 1965 (then in Germany, Switzerland, Portugal and Spain).  At the end…

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“Pecorelli’s List:” Alleged Freemasons in the Vatican

“Pecorelli’s List:” Alleged Freemasons in the Vatican

From Metapedia.org: The Pecorelli list alleges the presence of Freemasons in the upper ranks of the Vatican II Church (prohibited and causing excommunication). The list was published by Carmine Pecorelli, a member of Propaganda Due and the Grande Oriente d’Italia, purporting to be a list of 120 masons in or associated with Vatican dicasteries, including cardinals, bishops and priests as well as members of the…

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Homosexual Clergy Should Be Put To Death…

Homosexual Clergy Should Be Put To Death…

…says Pope St. Pius V! ““Therefore, wishing to pursue with greater rigor than we have exerted since the beginning of our pontificate, we establish that any priest or member of the clergy, either secular or regular, who commits such an execrable crime, by force of the present law be deprived of every clerical privilege, of…

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Infestation

Infestation

High-ranking priest caught in cocaine-fueled gay orgy in Vatican apartment ROME, July 5, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) — A high-ranking Vatican monsignor who is a secretary to one of Pope Francis’ closest collaborators was arrested by Vatican police after they caught him hosting a cocaine-fueled homosexual orgy in a building right next to St. Peter’s Basilica. Monsignor…

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Roberto de Mattei’s Tiresome Article

Roberto de Mattei’s Tiresome Article

Rorate Coeli has published a tiresome article by Roberto de Mattei (i.e., a conservative -but not traditional- historian) on the subject of Cardinal Muller’s recent removal from the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, which can be read here. The article is more or less a lamentation for the “loss” of Muller in the CDF,…

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A Formless Darkness

A Formless Darkness

A meditation on a particular conclusion from Romano Amerio’s Epilogue in Iota Unum: “If the present crisis is tending to overthrow the nature of the Church, and if this tendency is internal to the Church rather than the result of an external assault, as it has been on other occasions, then we are headed for…

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