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Catholic Priest Burns Vatican II Documents

On August 9, 2007, a sedevacantist priest published online a letter he had written to the neo-catholic The Wanderer newspaper in response to an article by James K. Fitzpatrick about the demise of seminary high schools after the Second Vatican Council (1962-65). The letter ends with the following memorable sentence:

If we wish to restore the Catholic priesthood, the only “light” in which we should “interpret” the Vatican II documents should be that of a bonfire — in which we burn every single copy.

(Rev. Anthony Cekada, “Seminary High Schools after Vatican II”, Quidlibet Blog, Aug. 9, 2007)


What’s even better is that a few years later, another Catholic priest actually did it: On March 15, 2010, in Treviso, Italy, after offering Holy Mass, Fr. Floriano Abrahamowicz solemnly burned the documents of that Modernist robber synod known as Vatican II. He simply took a paper copy of the texts and consigned it to the flames. A video of the occasion is, unfortunately, no longer available.

For years, Austrian-born Fr. Abrahamowicz held the position of District Superior of the Society of St. Pius X in Northern Italy. He was expelled from the SSPX in 2009 and is now a quasi-Sedevacantist. The following links about this priest may be of interest:

For more information on the Second Vatican Council and its lethal errors, please see these links:

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