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The all-new TRADCAST 010 was released today, December 31, 2015. This marks the end of the first season of our podcast program, although we will, of course, pick right back up again with Season 2 in January 2016. In this latest episode of TRADCAST, we discuss Francis’ latest outrageous blasphemy that our Lord “probably had to beg forgiveness” of Mary and Joseph for staying behind at the Temple in Jersualem as a child.… READ MORE
010 TRADCAST (31 DEC 2015)
- Segment 1: From the Jorge’s Mouth: Francis’ blasphemy that Christ “probably had to beg forgiveness” — Response to an objection: Have the gates of hell prevailed if Sedevacantism is true? — The Remnant admits the Novus Ordo Church is a fraud
- Segment 2: John Salza and Robert Siscoe’s new book against Sedevacantism, True or False Pope?: How weighty or credible are the endorsements it has received? — John Daly’s blockbuster refutation of semi-traditionalist giant Michael Davies re-released in 2015: Michael Davies: An Evaluation, now available free
You can listen to the show by clicking the big play button on the left in the embedded player above.… READ MORE
“And he opened his mouth unto blasphemies against God…” (Apoc 13:6)
“Pope” Francis claims Jesus Christ had to “Beg Forgiveness” of Mary and Joseph for Staying at Temple in Jerusalem!
Words failed us when we were notified today of the following text in “Pope” Francis’ sermon for the Feast of the Holy Family, which in the Novus Ordo Sect was observed this past Sunday, December 27. Prepare to become first disbelieving, then very furious as you read the latest blasphemy uttered by the Argentinian apostate Jorge Bergoglio (“Pope Francis”):
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The biblical readings which we just heard presented us with the image of two families on pilgrimage to the house of God.
Refuting a common objection…
Have the Gates of Hell Prevailed?
One of the most common objections made against the Sedevacantist position is that if it were true that Francis or any of his five predecessors are not valid Popes, it would mean that the gates of hell have prevailed against the Church and therefore Christ’s promise in Matthew 16:18 that this could never happen would be made void. Although one would hope that most people who have looked into Sedevacantism would know by now that surely no one would hold this position if it were that easy to refute it, it is nevertheless useful to give it some renewed attention.… READ MORE
Without a declaration, is it just a “private judgment”?
Sedevacantism and Private Judgment:
Are Sedevacantists Just “Protestants”?
The Chair of St. Peter in Vatican City
While Neo-Trads John Salza and Robert Siscoe are struggling with the “printing process” of their new book against Sedevacantism so that publication has now suffered a setback due to “unanticipated delays”, we are happily continuing our preemption of various arguments we expect to find in their 700-page tome. One of those arguments is sure to be that Sedevacantists’ rejection of the papal claims of the Vatican II “popes” is founded on “private judgment”, the same kind as that found in Protestants in their selective and wholly subjective acceptance of whatever seems right and Christian to them.… READ MORE
YEAR OF CONDEMNATION
02: “A Plea for Intolerance” by Fr. Fulton J. Sheen
The following text is an excerpt of Chapter 7 of the book Old Errors and New Labels by Fr. Fulton Sheen (1895-1979), the later television personality and auxiliary bishop of New York. The book bears the imprimatur of Cardinal Patrick Hayes (1931), and a copy of it may be purchased here. The contents of Sheen’s “Plea for Intolerance” are as timely as ever, and sorely needed in our day. The full text of the entire chapter can be found at this link.
“A Plea for Intolerance”
by Fulton J.… READ MORE
“Theology of the Body” on Steroids…
Gynecologist Conference on Improving Women’s Sex Lives via Genital Surgery to be held at Vatican Institute outside Saint Peter’s Square
Folks, we don’t even know how to cover this modestly, that is, without slipping into X-rated stuff. Yet, it must be exposed because it is so outrageous, so nauseating, so incredible that it cannot be passed over in silence. We are Novus Ordo Watch, after all, not Novus Ordo Ignore — otherwise we’d be Michael Voris. (Hat tip to Vox Cantoris, from whose blog we were first informed about this.)
So, how to start… OK, here are the facts:
The European Society of Aesthetic Gynecology (E.S.A.G.)… READ MORE
“No Rupture with the Past” Update…
The Kosher Church:
Vatican releases Anti-Catholic Document on Judaism
On December 10, the Modernist Sect once again released another endless document attacking Catholic doctrine, this time — in view of the fiftieth anniversary of the closing of Vatican II — restating its heretical position on the Jews. The so-called “Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews”, which is actually part of the — get this — “Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian [!] Unity”, released the document The Gifts and Calling of God are Irrevocable (Rom 11:29). The title is a favorite Scriptural quote the Vatican II Church deliberately distorts in service of its heretical claim that the Talmudic Jews of our day have a valid covenant with God and can thus attain salvation without conversion to the Catholic Faith.… READ MORE
“An Enemy hath done this” (Mt 13:28)…
Facade of St. Peter’s defiled with “Climate Change” Light Show
It was anything but heavenly. At 7:00 pm local time today, the Vatican presented a most undignified spectacle: A light-show entitled Fiat Lux — “Let there be light” (cf. Gen 1:3) — was projected onto the facade of Saint Peter’s Basilica, the largest Catholic church in the entire world and a sacred building whose very architecture points the mind heavenwards.
“Mind the things that are above, not the things that are upon the earth”, St. Paul exhorts us (Col 3:2). But in the Vatican today, everybody’s thoughts were drawn towards the natural, as the most bizarre images flashed across the beautiful outside of the basilica under which the bones of St.… READ MORE
YEAR OF CONDEMNATION
01: Pope Pius XI’s Instruction Concerning the Immodest Dress of Women (1930)
The following instruction was released by the Vatican’s Sacred Congregation of the Council on January 12, 1930. We are pleased to make this available on the internet for the first time in English, as the opening salvo for our Jubilee Year of Exclusion, Judgment, and Condemnation.
Instruction Concerning the Immodest Dress of Women
(Cfr. Canon 1262, §2)
At the exhortation of His Holiness, Pope Pius XI, to counteract the indecent fashions, many bishops have made regulations in their dioceses and forbidden Catholic ladies to wear fashionable but unbecoming dresses at the sacred functions in church, and especially when receiving Holy Communion.… READ MORE
Special Novus Ordo Watch Jubilee Year begins
We welcome all our readers to this solemn opening of the Year of Exclusion, Judgment, and Condemnation — our special jubilee year that begins today, December 8, 2015, the Feast of the Immaculate Conception of the Most Blessed Virgin Mary. It will end on November 20, 2016, thus running concurrently with — and in direct opposition to — the Novus Ordo “Year of Mercy” opened by Antipope Francis today.
Our special jubilee — “Year of Condemnation” for short — will consist in brief blog posts with little tidbits from Holy Scripture, Sacred Tradition, the Church’s Magisterium, the Church Fathers, Church history, writings of saints, etc.,… READ MORE
SSPX Star Apologist dismantled in 584 pages…
MICHAEL DAVIES — AN EVALUATION
by John S. Daly
New Revised and Expanded Edition 2015
One of the most prominent and influential writers of the traditionalist movement in the Vatican II Church was the English writer Michael Treharne Davies (1936-2004). No individual has written more prolifically than Davies on traditionalist issues, and probably no single layman, with the possible exception of Dietrich von Hildebrand, has enjoyed wider prominence, credibility, and trustworthiness than him. But is this respect Mr. Davies has enjoyed really well-founded? If not, what does this mean for the people who base most of their understanding of the traditionalist subject matter on the research and argumentation of this man?… READ MORE