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March 7, 2016

Daily Life in the Novus Ordo… in Germany

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yoc-06YEAR OF CONDEMNATION
06: Scriptural Condemnations of Presumption and False Mercy

There is a lot of talk about “mercy” these days: “God never tires of forgiving,” the apostate Francis keeps repeating, and now, in the latest hysterical-heretical drivel spouted by the Antipope, we are told that confession of one’s sins is not necessary for a valid absolution — merely showing up and saying nothing now suffices: “If someone comes to you and feels something must be removed from him, but perhaps he is unable to say it, but you understand … it’s all right, he says it this way, with the gesture of coming.

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Simply luminous!

Public Relations Disaster for SSPX:
Bishop Fellay’s Epic Interview Fail

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Tim Sebastian grills Bishop Fellay on “Conflict Zone”

There is no other way to say it: It’s an unmitigated disaster of colossal proportions for the Society of Saint Pius X.

In an interview for the aptly-named “Conflict Zone” program of the international German broadcaster Deutsche Welle, aggressive secular journalist Tim Sebastian sat down with SSPX Superior General, Bishop Bernard Fellay, to grill him on various issues from the accusation of anti-semitism to the Society’s bizarre understanding of papal authority. The result was as embarrassing as it was revealing, both about the SSPX in general and His Excellency in particular.

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United in heresy…

Francis again affirms Non-Catholic “Martyrs”, says Monophysites are Part of the Body of Christ

Please pardon us if we sound repetitive, but it is “Pope” Francis’ fault, for he is the one who keeps repeating the same heresies over and over again. We realize that, deplorably, we find ourselves so deeply trapped in Theological Absurdistan now that one more heretical statement from the “Holy Father” will barely elicit any reaction from those who have long made themselves believe that a heretical Pope is not only possible but even a fairly common, or at least trivial, occurrence in Church history.

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