News Digest August 31, 2016

Novus Ordo Watch NEWS DIGEST
August 31, 2016

They’re not even hiding it anymore:
Benedictine Abbot Primate Notker Wolf joins band Feedback to play “Highway to Hell”

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Watch out! “Parishes of the New Type” are coming!

German Journalist: Shortage of Priests is Intentional to make way for  “Participatory Churches”

German author and journalist Alexander Kissler (pictured above) has published an article on the catastrophic state of the Novus Ordo Sect in his country, with the provocative title: “The Shortage of Priests is Intentional”. A brief synopsis reads: “The number of new priests is declining constantly. Behind this decline lies a strategy. Priests are an obstacle to the new type of church that many diocesan leaders want.”

Kissler’s article was published in Cicero, a magazine for culture and politics based in Berlin, on August 18, 2016. 

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Aug. 24 Update on SSPX-Rome Relations

Fellay Tales: “Pope Francis does not think that Canonizations are infallible” & other curious Anecdotes

On August 24, 2016, the Superior General of the Society of St. Pius X, Bp. Bernard Fellay, offered more of his usual “Fellay Tales” to his adherents, that intriguing mix of the mysterious, the incredible, and the laughable with regard to the SSPX and its relations with the Vatican, which have as their (no doubt intended) effect the continual pacification and confirmation of Lefebvrists in their current position as adherents to Bp. Fellay and the theological “recognize-but-resist” schizophrenia that characterises the Society.

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Bizarre claims in new Interview

Benedict XVI on why he resigned:

‘I couldn’t take the Jet Lag I would get from traveling to World Youth Day!’

The bizarre spectacle that is the aftermath of Benedict XVI’s resignation first announced on Feb. 11, 2013, continues unabated. After recent absurd claims that Benedict XVI had not “fully” resigned from the papacy but was still a “contemplative member” of a “two-tier” Petrine office, today we are getting word that the main reason Benedict decided to throw in the towel was the stressful travel to World Youth Day in Rio. Riiight.

In an exclusive interview conducted by Elio Guerriero and published Wednesday, Aug.

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Easy to follow, airtight reasoning

An Introduction to Sedevacantism

Part I: Vatican II’s New Doctrine on the Church

We have begun making a series of videos that is meant to introduce newcomers to Sedevacantism in a way that is easy to follow, provides airtight argumentation, and does not overwhelm.

The first part of the series puts before the viewer the Second Vatican Council’s new doctrine on the Church (ecclesiology), according to which the Church of Jesus Christ no longer is the Catholic Church, as taught by Pope Pius XII and all of his predecessors, but instead now “subsists in” it. This bizarre new teaching is typically known as communio ecclesiology, elements ecclesiology, “Frankenchurch”, or — our preferred term — patchwork ecclesiology, because it holds that the Church of Jesus Christ exists in elements: The Catholic Church has all of them, but various other religions also have some of them and hence there exists a “partial communion” between them and the “Catholic” (i.e.

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The party is over…

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Mark Shea Fired from National Catholic Register

[UPDATES to this story found at end of post — scroll down]

The EWTN-owned “conservative” Novus Ordo publication National Catholic Register has finally terminated its relationship with “Catholic” loudmouth blogger, author, speaker, and longtime troublemaker Mark Shea. He was fired. The following message was relayed via Facebook:

The Register is no longer publishing blogs or commentaries submitted by Mark Shea. Mark’s writings at the NCRegister.com or published in our print edition were within our editorial guidelines. However, his writings and engagement on other forums were irreconcilable with our editorial vision or standards of charitable discussion.

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Sacrilege 2.0

Profanation in Cologne:

“SilentMOD” Light & Music Show inside Historic Cathedral as Part of Local Video Game Trade Fair

The High Cathedral of St. Peter in Cologne, Germany, is one of the most complex and beautiful church buildings in the entire world. Construction of the breathtaking architectural marvel lasted for 632 years, beginning under Pope Innocent IV in 1248 — when St. Albert the Great was still alive — and ending in 1880 under Pope Leo XIII.

This beautiful sacred building is currently undergoing Novus-Ordo-approved profanation by means of a music and light show in connection with the annual local video game trade fair known as Gamescom.

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Busted!

Miami Vice: 129-Page Dossier documents former Archdiocesan Vocations Director’s Involvement with Sodomite Santería Practitioner

Now that it’s summer and “Pope” Francis has slowed down talking a little to prevent a sunburn on his tongue, we can finally catch up on a big story that broke in the month of May but that we never got around to covering because the Vatican’s Modernist-in-Chief can’t figure out how to close his mouth: “Father” Pedro Corces (pictured below left), pastor of St. Rose of Lima parish in the Novus Ordo Archdiocese of Miami, Florida, has reportedly been caught in a sodomite relationship with a practioner of the syncretistic Santería religion who also has a criminal background.

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YEAR OF CONDEMNATION
11: Papal Condemnations of Freemasonry

yoc-11_medWe have arrived at installment no. 11 of our ongoing special Year of Exclusion, Judgment, and Condemnation series, which is being observed in direct contrast to the phoney Year of Mercy of the papal impostor Jorge Bergoglio, who goes by the stage name “Pope Francis”. Our Year of Condemnation runs parallel to the Year of Mercy, and each installment focuses on some forgotten truth of the holy Catholic Faith that is considered by our sorry society as extremely judgmental, exclusionary, negative, hateful, bigoted, intolerant, condemnatory, unwelcoming, dogmatic, narrow-minded, and everything else that oh-so-enlightened modern man despises and detests.

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Get ready for “Assisi 5”….

Now it’s Francis’ Turn: New Interreligious Prayer Meeting in Assisi on September 19, with “Decalogue of Human Coexistence”

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[UPDATE 19-AUG-2016: Vatican confirms Francis will take part in Interreligious Prayer meeting in Assisi on Sep. 20]

Since it didn’t work the last four times, they will give it a fifth try: The Interreligious Prayer Meeting at Assisi first perpetrated by “Saint” John Paul II in 1986 will get a remake by “Pope” Francis on September 19 of this year, according to Mohamed Abdel Qader, the local imam in the Assisi region, who attended Francis’ August 4 ceremony celebrating the 800th anniversary of Pope Honorius III’s Portiuncula indulgence.

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Clarity on a much-misunderstood subject

Can Catholic Doctrine Change?

There is much confusion and misunderstanding, especially these days, about whether Catholic teaching can ever change, whether it has changed in the past, and if so, what this means for an infallible Church.

In a very readable and succinct article entitled “Does Catholic Doctrine Change?”, published in 1947, Fr. Francis J. Connell of the Catholic University of America tackles the issue head-on and, drawing the necessary qualifications and distinctions, shows what part of Catholic teaching can change, what cannot change, and how this relates to the Church’s infallibility and her divine mission to obtain the salvation of souls.

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Sacrae Theologiae Summa

Summary of Sacred Theology:

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Dogmatic Theology Set from 1950s now available in English — complete in 8 Volumes

Good news for all who love Catholic theology and all who have long wanted to get their hands on a comprehensive, reliable, and truly Catholic dogmatic theological manual in English: The complete dogmatic theology collection Sacrae Theologiae Summa by a group of Spanish Jesuits is now available in hardcover and ready to ship! The translator is Fr. Kenneth Baker, S.J., who has rendered the non-Latin-speaking Catholic world a tremendous service.

Unlike other multi-volume manuals on Sacred Theology, this collection was not authored by a single theologian; rather, each volume or topical section has its own author(s), all of them Jesuits.

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Novus Ordo Watch NEWS DIGEST
August 8, 2016

With men like this one, they don’t need women priests, they already have them!

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An Ottaviani Intervention for Novus Ordos

Full Text Leaked: 45 Novus Ordo Scholars Condemn Amoris Laetitia as Heretical

The laughing stock that is the Novus Ordo Church is getting more and more absurd by the day. A few weeks ago was the first time we heard about a substantial scholarly critique of “Pope” Francis’ supposed “Apostolic Exhortation” Amoris Laetitia, the blasphemous and heretical document in which Francis undermines not only Catholic teaching on sexuality but obliterates the very foundations of Catholic moral theology. (See our memes that illustrate the absurd effects of the teaching contained in Amoris Laetitia.)

The critical study, together with its accompanying June 29 letter addressed to the Dean of the College of “Cardinals”, Angelo Sodano, was signed by 45 theologians and other scholars in the New Church and sent to all 219 “cardinals” around the globe.

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Seeking peace in all the wrong ways…

Tear down this Wall! —
August “Pope Video” seeks Peace through Sports

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Actual screenshot from August 2016 “Pope Video”

It’s time again for the monthly Bergoglian prayer intention video that the Novus Ordo Sect markets as “The Pope Video”.

After July’s intention for the rights of indigenous peoples (except the indigenous of Europe, of course), the August 2016 intention is: “That sports may be an opportunity for friendly encounters between peoples and may contribute to peace in the world” (source).

The video, which is only 1:29 in length, can be viewed here:

Perhaps Francis hasn’t noticed yet, but because of fallen human nature, unassisted by divine grace, being what it is, sports in particular can lead to great conflict, contention, disagreement, and even mortal violence.

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