Amazing! All “Popes” since Vatican II are Saints!
The Immense “Holiness” of the Novus Ordo “Popes”
You would think that a minimum sense of embarrassment would keep the Modernist infiltrators into the Catholic Church from being too blunt about the farce they have been pulling off since the death of Pope Pius XII in 1958, but that’s just not the case anymore. At this point, they’re not even trying to hide the patent ridiculousness of their schemes.
The latest case in point is Francis’ declaration that the Modernist Bishop Albino Luciani (1912-1978), better known by his stage name “Pope John Paul I” (reigned Aug. 26 – Sep. 28, 1978), practiced the Christian virtues to a heroic degree. This decision, which the Vatican announced on Nov. 9, 2017 in its daily press bulletin, grants to John Paul I the title “Venerable”. The next step, called beatification, is the last one before canonization, which is the declaration of sainthood, as the Catholic Encyclopedia explains.
Here are some news stories regarding Francis’ decision to recognize heroic virtue in Bp. Luciani:
- Francis officially declares John Paul I “venerable” (Catholic Herald)
- Francis moves the ‘Smiling Pope’ a step closer to sainthood (Crux)
Let’s briefly review some of that Lucianian “heroic virtue”: John Paul I abolished the solemn papal coronation ceremony, replacing it instead with a mere “installation”. John Paul I stopped using the gestatorial chair and only resumed its use after people complained they could no longer see their “Pope”. John Paul I was the first in 2,000 years of Christendom to use a curious “papal” double name because he couldn’t decide which of his two Modernist predecessors — John XXIII or Paul VI — he admired more. Although the man nicknamed “the Smiling Pope” reigned for a mere 33 days, this was enough time for him to declare that God is our Mother more than our Father, to call the Protestant then-U.S. President Jimmy Carter a “fervent Christian”, and to praise Italian Satanist Giosuè Carducci during a Sunday Angelus address. Details and more information about Albino Luciani can be found on our John Paul I topical page here.
All of this isn’t even the main focus of this post, however. Rather, the point of this post is to expose the manifest charade that is being pulled off with the obsession to “canonize” every Novus Ordo “Pope”. If we look at the scorecard of what the Vatican wants you to believe about the very men who have brought about the near-total collapse of Catholicism throughout the entire world in the last 60 years, this is where we’re at:
- John XXIII (1958-63) — Saint!
- Paul VI (1963-78) — Blessed!
- John Paul I (1978) — Venerable!
- John Paul II (1978-2005) — Saint!
The only reason why Benedict XVI (2005-2013) has not yet had his canonization proceedings opened is the fact that he is still alive, and not even the Novus Ordo Sect is going to declare to be saints people who are still alive — at least not yet. And of course we all know that as soon as Francis is called to judgment, half the globe will demand his instant canonization.
What is the clear message here? It’s simple, and everybody gets it: Every Vatican II “Pope” is a Saint! It’s just amazing, but ever since that phenomenal council, there simply hasn’t been a bad apple in their ranks yet!
Sure, they also on occasion promote a little bit the causes of Pope Pius IX (“beatified” by John Paul II in 2000) and of Pope Pius XII (declared “venerable” by Benedict XVI in 2009), but that’s just so they can hide behind two pre-conciliar Popes in case someone accuses them of just trying to canonize Vatican II.
The idea that in the last 150 years, seven out of ten Popes have been saints, is patently ridiculous. This becomes clear when you contrast it with pre-conciliar Church history. Consider that out of all the Popes who reigned between 1566 and 1958, only two ended up being canonized (St. Pius V by Clement XI in 1712 and St. Pius X by Pius XII in 1954) — and only one Pope during that time period was beatified (Bl. Innocent XI by Pius XII in 1956). Aside from the many martyrs during the first few centuries of Church history, Pope-Saints are quite rare, perhaps because practicing heroic virtue in the exercise of this most exalted office is extraordinarily difficult.
And now we are supposed to believe that since the glorious “New Springtime” of Vatican II — the stark effects of which we have chronicled and exposed throughout this web site –, one Pope after another has been a saint? Just how stupid do these Novus Ordo Modernists think people are?
This whole thing is not only a sham. Declaring all of your leaders to be extraordinarily holy is also one of the hallmarks of a cult. This label fits the Vatican II Sect quite well, of course, it’s just that one would think they’re not so foolish as to make the fraud so obvious. But at this point, there is probably no more need to disguise it — there are simply not enough people who care, and it is much easier to deceive the masses than to convince them that they’ve been deceived.
For those who would like to review what a real Pope-Saint is like and contrast it with the pseudo-sanctity of John XXIII and John Paul II, for example, the virtues and holiness practiced by Saint Pius X provide a refreshing reality check:
- Memories of Pope Pius X by Cardinal Raphael Merry del Val
- Pope Saint Pius X by F. A. Forbes
- Saint Pius X: Restorer of the Church by Yves Chiron
When you consider the real sanctity of St. Pius X and how it relates (not only, of course) to his adherence to and guarding of the true Catholic doctrine, you realize very quickly why “Pope” Francis completely ignored the 100th anniversary of Pius X’s death in 2014, despite professing to have a “strong devotion” to him.
In any case, ladies and gentlemen, the writing is on the wall: The quickest and surest way to be declared a saint in the Vatican II Sect is to be elected its “Pope”!
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