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Friends of Novus Ordo Watch:
A Request for Help


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Dear Friends of Novus Ordo Watch:

This is one of those posts no one likes to write, but circumstances make it necessary, and we hope you will not simply click away.

As the apostasy in Rome advances at rapid speed, Novus Ordo Watch has stepped up its efforts as well. To this end, we have recently undergone some serious and meaningful upgrades: We have incorporated as a non-profit organization, we now employ one person full time, and we have rebuilt the entire web site from scratch, making our informational content more accessible while delivering a crisper, more professional look utilizing a more user-friendly interface. In addition, we have a YouTube channel and maintain busy social media accounts at Twitter and Facebook. We correspond one-on-one with people seeking direction in these difficult times, we moderate a Disqus combox on this site, and we produce a professional podcast. We also try to keep up with interesting posts across the entire Novus Ordo, semi-trad, and sedevacantist blogosphere and continually navigate our way through various developments in the Novus Ordo world. Most of all, we strive to always be on top of breaking news that pertains to the Vatican and the Novus Ordo Sect at large, which we deliver mainly through our Twitter account.

In short: We’ve been doing an incredible amount of work lately, and we hope you have benefited from it. Our intent is very much to continue at full throttle and in fact shift into even higher gear; the good of souls and the dire situation in the world and the Church demand it. We have some really great and loyal monthly and occasional benefactors to whom we extend our sincerest gratitude. Without them, we would not be where we are today!

The only problem is: It’s not quite enough just yet, and that’s why we ask for your assistance.

No, don’t worry: Novus Ordo Watch will not become a “for pay” web site. It will always be free. Our target audience is the very people we could never reach if we made it into a subscription-based site. We want the information we present to get out and be spread, not hold it inside or restrict access to only a few.

The fact is this: If everyone who frequently visits this web site only gave $2 a month (=7 cents a day), no fundraisers at all would be necessary. Please keep in mind: Unlike many other web sites, ours has no annoying ads, no floating pop-ups, and no blinking banners vying for your attention. We’d like to keep it that way.

We don’t have a huge budget, but we all have to eat and “the labourer is worthy of his hire” (Lk 10:7). Then we have to pay taxes and spend money also on web hosting, cybersecurity, software, podcast hosting, books and magazine subscriptions, occasional legal and professional fees, and so forth. Setting aside some money for inevitable equipment upgrades in the future is a good idea, too.

We hope we have demonstrated that we are not just talk but action. We are about getting things done, and we do. Consider all the content we have produced over the years, and especially the new site design, which required countless hours of work, and for which we had to enlist some professional help. At Novus Ordo Watch we want to deliver first and ask for support only after the fact; we do not want to ask for money up-front while people have no guarantee that their money will actually help produce something worthwhile.

So, “after the fact” is now. Look around this web site. It’s all free for you, and we are happy that it is. But at the end of the day, someone has to pay for it, and it is best if we all chip in a little bit so everyone can benefit. To this end, we have gone through the trouble of obtaining tax-exempt status with the Internal Revenue Service. This means that if you are in the United States and make a donation to Novus Ordo Watch, your donation is tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by U.S. law. We have also tried to make things as convenient for donors as possible in terms of payment methods accepted: You can donate by credit card, debit card, bank account, personal check, money order, or Paypal account. (If there is an interest in donating by mobile phone text message, we can set that up as well.) It is also very easy to make your donation recur automatically (once a month) so you can set it up once and forget about it. Monthly donations, even of a smaller amount, are very helpful to us because they give us an idea of how much money will be coming in on a regular basis.

By supporting Novus Ordo Watch, you are helping David fight Goliath (cf. 1 Kgs [1 Sam] 17:37-51), so to speak. Our opposition is huge and well-funded, either absolutely or relatively speaking. Think of the countless news and commentary outlets, the magazines, the TV and radio shows, the media productions, blogs, forums, and web sites the Vatican II Sect has in all its various branches (hardcore Novus Ordo, conservative Novus Ordo, semi-traditionalist). They have plenty of staff, resources, and connections. We sedevacantists have very little. At Novus Ordo Watch we are making an effort to do what we can, we just cannot do it alone.

Please consider also that there are a number of people who benefit from our web site but are unable to help out financially. If you are of sufficient means, please consider that such folks rely on people like you. Your support ultimately benefits not only yourself but also, and perhaps especially, others. You may be a long-time sedevacantist and already know all the things we say day in and day out on this site, but many people are seeing the evidence against the Vatican II Sect for the first time. More and more people are “waking up” and starting to see the light — we know this from the emails we get — so by supporting us financially, you can aid in the conversion of many, which, in turn, strengthens Sedevacantism as a whole and indirectly helps support and grow sedevacantist parishes, seminaries, religious orders, and communities around the globe. This is the beauty of it: Supporting Novus Ordo Watch does not mean taking money away from other sedevacantist causes but actually multiplies that support in the long run.

Keep in mind that anything given out of love for Christ will be rewarded by Him: “…as long as you did it to one of these my least brethren, you did it to me” (Mt 25:40). Our earthly possessions are thus turned into heavenly treasure, “where no thief approacheth, nor moth corrupteth” (Lk 12:33). Blessed be God!

For those who are still reluctant, or who think that they will indeed contribute one day but “not yet”, we would like to ask you: Don’t delay. The time to help is now, while you still can. The situation in our world and in our society is deteriorating quickly — just look at the daily news. Who knows how much longer the Gospel will enjoy freedom in this country. The powers of this world do not look kindly upon the true Faith, and what we have taken for granted for many decades may very well come to an abrupt end soon. We are but days away from a presidential election that could seriously and quickly change things for the worse. So, please, do not assume there will be a tomorrow. There may not be, or at least not for you or for us, since we all have an expiration date built into our earthly lives. So, let us not be foolish like the virgins who did not take enough oil for their lamps with them (see Mt 25:1-13). “Behold, now is the acceptable time” for salvation, says St. Paul (2 Cor 6:2), and surely this is true also for works of charity.

If you are able and willing to provide us with financial assistance (any amount is appreciated!), please choose your preferred option below:

  • Use WePay — To make a secure online donation using a credit card, debit card, or an ACH bank transfer through WePay, please click the blue DONATE button below (you will have the option of making a one-time donation or making it automatically recur every month):
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Yes, there are also some other ways you can support Novus Ordo Watch that do not involve money, but don’t forget that money is needed as well. In the near future we will have a book giveaway (raffle) to show our appreciation for our visitors, and we also plan on opening soon a fun little online gear shop that will offer promotional items with the Novus Ordo Watch logo and sedevacantist slogans so you can take the truth about the Vatican II Sect into the streets and into the office.

Rest assured, are not interested in constantly running funddrives or anything of the kind, like some other web sites do. In fact, we don’t want to fundraise at all, because the less time we have to spend on raising funds, the more we can focus on doing the actual work: researching, writing, podcasting, monitoring, debating, refuting, directing others. Indeed, the time spent on this fundraising post could have been spent slamming Francis and educating good-willed souls about the apostasy of the Vatican II Church! With your help, you won’t see any more posts like this in the future. (If you would like to help but prefer to contribute tangible items rather than money, you can do so by gifting us items from this book list to help us expand our research library.)

So, please, put us to work. Help us continue doing what we’ve been doing, and more. Thank you for all of your support, your prayers, and your loyalty. God bless you.

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5 Responses to “Friends of Novus Ordo Watch: A Request for Help”

  1. JO

    Because of websites such as Novus Ordo Watch, I was finally able to find my home to the True Roman Catholic Church. Thank you Novus Ordo Watch for the work you do!!

  2. Gisèle A. Demers

    I consider this fair that we give a return and financial support; we receive so much from NOW. I send my contribution and strongly encourage others who can to do the same. God bless your work NOW.

  3. EIA

    “By supporting Novus Ordo Watch, you are helping David fight Goliath (cf. 1 Kgs [1 Sam] 17:37-51), so to speak. Our opposition is huge and well-funded…”

    So who is Goliath? Francis? The 1 billion or more baptized Catholics who go to mass in the post Vatican II Church? They are the enemy? I can’t buy that. Even though the papal claimant professes heresies, there are other priests who, with Jesus’ words, consecrate the bread and wine so that it is transubstantiated, as Christ willed. Therefore, Christ is fully present in the post Vatican II temples. A papal claimant’s heresies does not invalidate the Holy Eucharist. Surely Novus Ordo Watch is aware that many baptized Catholics have been misled and are not aware or simply don’t understand what’s been happening. Is one to believe that Our Lord has abandoned these? Absolutely not. Believing that would be a heresy, for He promised to be with us until the end of time (Matthew 28:20).

    In addition, Christ also promised He would be present wherever two or more are gathered in His name. Therefore, He is present among those billion Catholics whenever they do so. How then can Novus Ordo Watch present itself as fighting them? It should present itself as fighting heresies.

    The Church under Pope Pius XII was also well funded but surely Novus Ordo Watch wouldn’t regard it as “Goliath.” That’s the kind of argument one would hear from a Protestant.

    • Russell

      Wrong. The New Rite of Ordination and Consecration are doubtful at best and invalid at worst, plus the new “Offertory” completely alters the meaning of the Mass, rendering the New “Mass” become “absolutely null and utterly void”. The transubstantiation does not happen in the New “Mass”.

      Also, after seeing all these heresies, apostasies, and abominations, the ACTIVE followers of that V2-NO Sect are responsible for finding the truth and are not excusable. The heresies, apostasies, and abominations in the V2-NO Sect, “Papal”, “Diocesan”, and local, are so pervasive that there is no possibility that they do not know that the V2-NO Sect derailed from the Catholic Faith.

      Jesus said for those speak against the Son of Man, he should be forgiven, but for those who speak against the Holy Ghost, he should never be forgiven, neither in this life nor in the life to come. (Mt 12:32; I paraphrased.) Those who agree with the V2-NO Sect doctrines are neither ignorant nor excusable, for they agree those who speak against the Holy Ghost. (For example, so many so-called “parishes” allow women dressing like such immodest and revealing way, yet they are okay with it.)

      I say ACTIVE is because I know some very few followers in that Sect who completely dismiss and despise the New Religion but do not know that there are remaining places to practice Catholicism. But again, this is very few.

      Also, NOW stated that because the V2-NO Sect is well-funded and spreads errors, then we can say it is Goliath. “Because A and B, then we conclude C.” The Catholic Church under Pope Pius XII was well funded but did not spread errors, thus did not fulfill both A and B, meaning it was not the Goliath.

      For your claim that Christ promised to be present whether two or more who gather among His Name, you should think about: will Christ be present among Protestants? (The answer is no, clear.) Christ said not everyone who profess His Name is His true follower.

      Furthermore, so the Catholic Church also always says that at the End Times, there will be hardly any places to offer Mass, then it contradicts that promise? The Church teaches that the promise of Christ consists two necessary properties: integerity of the doctrine and sanctity of the life. The new V2-NO Sect has neither, and those who do not profess the Catholic Faith automatically separate themselves from the Catholic Church.

      • EIA

        I won’t address sweeping generalizations in your comment, at least now. However, in what follows I address a few points you made.

        1. “The New Rite of Ordination and Consecration are doubtful at best and invalid at worst…”

        Why is the new Rite of Consecration “…doubtful at best and invalid at worst…” Our Lord did not institute a rite of ordination as such. That was made by men. Our Lord selected 12 apostles who were witnesses to His miracles and teachings. In His Last Supper with them He instituted the Eucharist in the simplest of ways, and commanded them to do as He did. — Matthew 26: 26-29, Mark 14:22-25, Luke 22:15-20

        He gave them the power to forgive sins. – John 20:23

        He commanded them to teach all nations what he had taught, and to baptize them in the name of the Father, the Son, and Holy Spirit. – Matthew 28:19:20

        Where or how does the 1968 rite of ordination contradict any of this?

        2. “…, plus the new “Offertory” completely alters the meaning of the Mass, rendering the New “Mass” become “absolutely null and utterly void”

        Why does it alter the meaning, in your opinion? What meaning did it truly have, and to what did it change? What caused the change? Also, where are you quoting from?

        3. “The transubstantiation does not happen in the New “Mass”.”

        A few sentences earlier you had asserted that it is “doubtful at best.” By that you implied that it’s inconclusive, and, therefore, that the consecration could be either valid or invalid.

        But if it could be valid, then, even in your opinion, it could objectively be the Lord’s body, blood, soul and divinity. But in this sentence you contradict that by denying that transubstantiation takes place. So, which is it? Do you mean that it is inconclusive, or that it is not? Why?

        Don’t forget that in a so called “Novus Ordo” mass a priest does what Christ commanded his apostles to do (Matthew 26: 26-29, Mark 14:22-25, Luke 22:15-20)? Exactly what is the problem with that? Should the priest not do, or do more, or do less, than what Christ commanded? Why? Surely you don’t believe there is something wrong with the simplicity of Our Lord’s command.

        4. “…for they agree those who speak against the Holy Ghost. (For example, so many so-called “parishes” allow women dressing like such immodest and revealing way, yet they are okay with it.)”

        Christ pardoned the adulterous woman, did He not (John 8: 10-11)? Isn’t that a far worst sin? Indecent dressing is objectively a sin; also subjectively a sin if the person is aware of it., but that may not always or even often be the case. Yet I don’t see how one can claim that indecent dressing is THE unpardonable sin against the Holy Ghost mentioned in Scripture.

        Anyone who sins by indecently dressing is called to sincerely repent, change his or her ways, confess it, receive pardon, not sin again. This is Christianity. Sin can be repented for and forgiven; hopeless sinners can be redeemed. That’s the gospel.

        5. “For your claim that Christ promised to be present whether two or more who gather among His Name, …”

        What you refer to as a “claim” is straight out of Scripture – Matthew 18:20.

        6. “…you should think about: will Christ be present among Protestants? (The answer is no, clear.)“

        If 2 or more are gathered in His name, He will certainly be there, even if they are grave sinners, heretics, apostates, whatever. Why? Because He is the only Redeemer, there is no other, and because He promised. We can be certain He’s present, but He didn’t say that that meant that He approves of anyone’s heresies or sacrileges, even though He’s there. St. Paul severely warned us about the consequences of unworthy reception of the Lord — 1 Cor 11: 27-32.

        7. “Christ said not everyone who profess His Name is His true follower”

        No one who professes to be a follower of Our Lord should take comfort in that.

        And it is up to those with strong faith to strengthen those with weak faith. –Romans 15:1, 14:1, 1 Cor 9:22, Galatians 6:2, Galatians 6:20, 1 Thessalonians 5:14, Romans 8:34, Luke 22:31

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