Father E. Sylvester Berry on the Persecution of the Church in the Last Days (Part 3):
A False Pope and a Vacant Holy See
We cannot emphasize often enough that the terrible afflictions Holy Mother Church has had to endure since the death of Pope Pius XII were predicted and prophesied in Catholic Tradition, in one way or another. We have had numerous posts on this topic in the past, and today we would like to call to mind a particular prediction made by Fr. Elwood Sylvester Berry (1879-1954), professor of apologetics at Mt. Saint Mary’s seminary in Maryland, as part of his interpretation of Chapter 13 of the book of the Apocalypse (a.k.a.
The Catholic vs. podcast is a Novus Ordo podcast produced and hosted by David Mary Andrew Ross. The host, who is a convert to the Vatican II Church from atheism (2009), interviews guests who have a religious position different from his own. The format is informal and conversational, and the idea is to generate light rather than heat.
On Sep. 30, 2017, in an episode entitled Catholic vs. Catholic, the host interviewed sedevacantist Stephen Heiner, an episode we featured on this blog. The audio is still available and can be listened to here.
Mr. Zuhlsdorf is asking his supporters for an extra $2,000 a month now that he is going to “reinvent” himself. Does the poor man not get a salary? Why does he not simply work for the diocese for which he was ‘ordained’, as one should expect? #catholic
“British papal biographer Austen Ivereigh has called for a ‘reckoning’ against pro-life U.S. Catholics, insisting that they enabled the Jan. 6 Capitol violence by refusing to support pro-abortion politicians” - #CatholicTwitter #catholic
After a U.K. court ruled to allow the withdrawal of food and water from a Catholic patient who is in a coma, Archbishop Stanisław Gądecki of Poznan, Poland urged Cardinal Vincent Nichols of Westminster, to intervene. https://www.catholicworldreport.com/2021/01/19/polish-archbishop-asks-english-cardinal-to-intervene-after-ruling-to-withdraw-food-and-water-from-catholic-patient/
@real_sheepdog @Church_Militant @ChristineNiles1 @Michael_Voris What does that have to do with election coverage? I am talking about Catholic principle: You cannot at one and the same time say Francis is Pope and then fight his magisterium. It doesn’t work that way in the Catholic Church. If Francis is Pope, he must submit to him.