Wake Up and Smell the Heresy…
First Major Novus Ordo Blog asks:
“Is Pope Francis a Modernist?”
[taken from Harvesting the Fruit]
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“I have little doubt that the title to this piece pretty much guarantees that the majority of Cotton Candy Catholics won’t even bother to read it. You see, for those who prefer to dwell in that fairy tale version of Catholicland wherein nary a crisis endures, the very question alone is like a serial killer making a cameo appearance in a child’s bedtime story.
Even so, it is an important, and eminently fair question for well-grounded Catholics to ask nonetheless.
From the ‘Gay Lobby’ with Luv…
The Vatican’s Flamboyant St. Michael
[taken from Tradition In Action]
“On July 5, 2013, the same day the four-hand encyclical Lumen Fidei was officially issued, the two Popes [sic] inaugurated the statue of St. Michael you see on this page in the Vatican Gardens. Like the encyclical, the initial idea belonged to Benedict XVI, but the work was finished only under Francis I.
“The bronze work is from the chisel of Antonio Lomuscio, duly approved by Pope Ratzinger. It features an almost naked young man in his 20s performing a dance step, which is supposed to be interpreted as a fight with Satan.… READ MORE
Good Job, Jorge…
NARAL Abortion Coalition posts
Thank-You to “Pope” Francis
[This image was taken from the Facebook page of NARAL, the National Abortion Rights Action League.]
There is no need for comments. This speaks for itself. Yes, there are the usual myriad articles, blog posts, and broadcasts from the (usually) well-paid Novus Ordo pundits about what Francis “really” said or meant, trying to spin Jorge Bergoglio’s words in whatever way suits their agenda best, but the bottom line is that, as before with Francis, this is what people hear, and it’s not always the listeners’ fault. Make sure you read the “Letter to a Baby about to be Aborted” for a powerful illustration of the damage done.… READ MORE
“Chaos Frank” Strikes Again…
Francis Makes a Mess:
12,000-Word Interview creates Chaos among Novus Ordos
It’s happened again. Jorge Bergoglio — the man the world calls “Pope” Francis — has opened his mouth once more and thereby created nothing short of chaos. The Rev. Antonio Spadaro, S.J., editor-in-chief of La Civilta Cattolica, conducted a lengthy interview with the Impostor Pope during the month of August (2013) in the Casa Santa Marta, where Francis resides.
Before we delving into some highlights — or lowlights — of what Francis said, we are providing first of all a link to the full text of the interview:
Also Available: Download as PDF
Interview Highlights — the Most Important Quotes:
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- “Yes, perhaps I can say that I am a bit astute, that I can adapt to circumstances, but it is also true that I am a bit naïve.”
Don’t you hate it when that happens?
“Pope” Francis Embarrasses Michael Voris:
His Phoniness Directly Contradicts Vortex Host, says Church in Best Shape Ever as Voris Slams “Happy Chatter” Clerics who Pretend All is Well in the Church
In a recent post, we already told you that when Jorge Bergoglio (“Pope” Francis) opens his mouth, it’s anyone’s guess as to what will come out. It took only two days for Bergoglio to prove our point. On Sept. 16, 2013, the man the world believes to be the Pope of the Catholic Church said at a meeting with Roman priests: “The Church is not falling to pieces.… READ MORE
Two Novus Ordo Priests compared:
One spoke against Sodomites & Islam — The Other gave a “Blessing” to Homosexual Lovers:
Guess Which One Got In Trouble!
It is good to keep often before our minds just how depraved and phony the Vatican II Church really is. Few examples are as powerful as what happened to Fr. Karl Tropper (pictured above, left) of the diocese of Graz-Seckau, Austria.
Fr. Tropper is a validly-ordained priest who is part of the Vatican II Sect because he mistakenly believes it to be the Catholic Church. Nevertheless he courageously speaks the truth about the perversion that is homosexuality and warns of the grave errors of the false religion of Mohammed, known as Islam, that has gradually descended upon and spread throughout Europe for decades.… READ MORE
How to tell Aunt Helen…
A Conversation with a Sedevacantist Priest
Tired of reading long and complicated articles on traditionalist issues? Then watch this calm, insightful conversation in which Fr. Anthony Cekada explains very simply why only the sedevacantist position is the truly Catholic position to take with regard to the Vatican II Church and the apostasy it has engendered, and how we can know this for certain. As a former member of the Novus Ordo Church and also the Society of St. Pius X, he narrates his own conversion from a “conservative” Novus Ordo position to sedevacantism.… READ MORE
Straight Talk on Vatican II
The Modernist Errors of
the Second Vatican Council
Sermon Series by Bp. Donald Sanborn
The false pope Paul VI during Vatican II (1962-65)
Restoration Radio has launched a new radio program called “From the Pulpit”, in which are presented some of the finest sermons and conferences by traditional Catholic clergymen, specifically on the errors of the Novus Ordo Religion and the truth of the Catholic Faith.
The first five shows present a series of sermons given many years ago by Bp. Donald Sanborn on the modernism of Vatican II. Delivered in his incredibly powerful style, Sanborn’s presentation of the errors of the council and the new religion it engendered is refreshingly clear and easy to follow.… READ MORE
The Scourge of the Modernists
A Man of True Humility
Pope Saint Pius X:
Defender of the Faith, Model of Heroic Holiness
September 3 marks the annual feast of St. Pius X, Pope and Confessor. Born on June 2, 1835, Giuseppe Sarto (English: Joseph Tailor) was ordained a priest on September 18, 1858 and consecrated a bishop on November 16, 1884. Pope Leo XIII created him a cardinal on June 12, 1893. When Pope Leo died in 1903, the conclave elected Cardinal Mariano Rampolla del Tindaro to succeed him. However, due to a veto issued against Rampolla before the conclave by the Austrian emperor Franz Joseph — a right that had been granted to the emperor by the rules of the conclave then in force — Rampolla’s election was void, and the conclave had to choose a different candidate.… READ MORE