Time to face the Consequences…

SSPX Admits Bergoglio Teaches False Doctrine

[taken from True Restoration Blog]

But though we, or an angel from heaven, preach a gospel to you besides that which we have preached to you, let him be anathemaAs we said before, so now I say again: If any one preach to you a gospel, besides that which you have received, let him be anathema! (Galatians 1:8-9)

Not once, but twice, does St. Paul warn the Galatians against those amongst them who would preach a false doctrine.

I recently came across a document which was posted on the Society of St. Pius X United States District home page on 20 December of this year that was so stunning that it deserves worldwide attention. This document was written by Father Regis de Cacqueray, SSPX, District Superior of France and is entitled Keeping Calm Amid the Storm, which was translated into English from the original French (see link here) to be posted on the District website. This document coincides with similar themed ideas circulating within the Fraternity of St. Peter, who are pleading with their faithful from the pulpit not to “jump off the ship during the storm.” What is utterly disconcerting is the standard operating procedure of the Fraternity to withhold publicly the name of the priest in this sermon, since fear of reprisal from the modernist gestapo in Rome suffocates their order like a polluted smog.

It does not take a strong imagination to sketch out in one’s mind the thrust of Fr. de Cacqueray’s four-part plea. It is obvious that with each revelation given by Jorge Bergoglio that it is becoming ever more distressing for the faithful who have even the most remote semblance of a traditional sensus Catholicus to reconcile this man purporting to be the Pope as a Catholic.

Those of us who have put in time with the SSPX know that Fr. de Cacqueray is well-respected, and is no doubt a devout priest who regularly writes about matters concerning the Society. So it is not surprising that the US District would put his piece front-and-center on the home page in an effort to calm down the natives who are justifiably becoming restless. What is surprising is the blunt and frankly, damning admission it makes, and the gravity of what it means for those who assist at the SSPX….

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