Novus Ordo Watch NEWS DIGEST
October 26, 2018
Youngsters dance, “bishops” clap, “Pope” drones on about journeys, horizons, roots, and coherence
As the world drowns in unbelief, blasphemy, impiety, confusion, and immorality, “Catholic” authorities are busy “keeping global warming below 1.5°C; shifting towards sustainable lifestyles; respecting the knowledge of indigenous communities; implementing a financial paradigm shift in line with global climate accords; transforming the energy sector by putting an end to the fossil fuel era and transitioning to renewable energy; and rethinking the agriculture sector to ensure it provides healthy and accessible food for everyone, with a special emphasis on promoting agroecology.”
“We have a church. Do you have an idea?” — Not needing it for the worship of the Most Holy Trinity anymore, the German uber-Modernist diocese of Rottenburg-Stuttgart is looking for other ways to use this beautiful traditional church building (the countless pictures show what it’s already been misused for).
The first-fruits of the recent Vatican-China Agreement are now in: Chicoms destroy two Marian sanctuaries (incl. videos). Francis’ own Sep. 26 letter to the Chinese can be read here. Meanwhile, “Cardinal” Joseph Zen has accused “Cardinal” Parolin (but not Francis?) of “betrayal” and says, “The Pope doesn’t understand China”, and tells his underground co-religionists: “Wait for better times. Go back to the catacombs.” Meanwhile, a Chinese schism looms again.
“I’ll take one bottle of Smell of the Sheep, please”: Vatican Pharmacy Launches Its First Collection of Perfumes.
Journalist and author George Neumayr says that the putatively conservative Franciscan University of Steubenville (with Scott Hahn & Co.) is gradually becoming another liberal Notre Dame.
A book-length interview with the semi-trads’ darling, the Kazakh “Bishop” Athanasius Schneider, has appeared. For some examples of how “traditionally Catholic” this man’s theology is, we recommend our articles here, here, and here.
Speaking of interview books: “Cardinal” Angelo Scola — originally expected to succeed Benedict XVI instead of Francis — has published one as well.
But Francis outdoes them all: Open to God, Open to the World is a new book containing 16 interviews Francis gave to “Fr.” Antonio Spadaro between 2013 and 2017. Because the world just can’t get enough of Bergoglian wisdom.
“Cardinal” Christoph Schonborn is at it again, turns his beautiful St. Stephen’s Cathedral in Vienna into ecumenical discotheque.
The investigative work of the Lepanto Institute has discovered that the USCCB (officially, “United States Conference of Catholic Bishops” but more correctly, “Underlings of Satan Creating Chaos for Bergoglio”) has given $240,000 of their sheeple’s money to a group that promotes Planned Parenthood (abortion), prostitution, and the sodomite agenda.
One Mad Mom comments on Francis’ anti-Vigano “Great Accuser” homilies…
Francis: “It is newness that makes us understand things more deeply, with more light…” (Address of Sep. 28, 2018) — Pope St. Pius X: “Far, far from the clergy be the love of novelty!” (Encyclical Pascendi, n. 49)
Two-faced Antipope: Francis denounces procuring an abortion as being aking to hiring a hitman, yet lauds abortionist (!) Emma Bonino as “a great Italian.” Likewise, on Holy Matrimony: Francis affirms in words the importance of a lasting marriage, yet changes church law to make annulments even easier to get and opens the way for unrepentant permanent adulterers to receive the sacraments. And so, after undermining Catholicism left and right, he puts on his dismay face and “warns” that Christianity is threatened by “rampant relativism.” No wonder Vaticanist Sandro Magister has noted that Francis “says one thing and [also] the opposite.”
A former Novus Ordo seminarian has published a documented account of his time when “Cardinal” Blase Cupich was rector of the Pontifical College Josephinum in Columbus, Ohio.
Speaking of Mr. Cupich: Chicago has just gotten three new auxiliary “bishops”, and all three of them are graduates of the same “Pink Palace” Class of 1994.
“Water invites us to reflect on our origins”: An important message about water from the “Pope” for the Fourth Annual World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation.
Conservative Novus Ordo Phil Lawler explains why he doesn’t want Francis to resign.
The pot is calling the kettle black: The Society of St. Pius X, which has defied the Vatican since the 1970s and has effectively carried on a parallel church since at least 1988 while claiming the Modernists in Rome are legitimate Catholic authorities, complains that “German Jesuits defy the Vatican.”
Division, mistrust, confusion: The real Francis Effect.
Luke 19:14 and John 19:15 all over again: Australian “Abp.” Mark Coleridge does not want Jesus Christ as King. A quick reality check from Pope Pius XI on Christ the King.
“Fr.” Bernardo Font of Tegucigalpa, Honduras, has accused Francis’s buddy “Cardinal” Oscar Maradiaga of leaving him destitute after stealing his inheritance.
Francis calls conference of the Neocatechumenal Way to give them a profound message: “Always look to the Lord. Ahead!”
Francis discovers a “biblical mandate” to welcome immigrants. Where’s Amoris Laetitia when you need it? (St. Thomas Aquinas had something to say on immigration too, by the way.)
“Pope” Francis has sent a note of “blessing” to Luiz Lula da Silva, Brazil’s pro-abortion ex-president, who is imprisoned for corruption and trying to be re-elected. Tradition in Action with an update: “Francis helps Communism in Brazilian elections.”
In the Netherlands the Novus Ordo Sect is disappearing faster than you can say Dutch Catechism.
Look who just became a “bishop” for a high Vatican position: José Tolentino Calaça de Mendonça — Ann Barnhardt says he is Francis’ “new #1 pet fag” and reports that his “wretched life of open, sacriligious sodomy was so bad that the people in his hometown of Madeira, Portugal drove him out of town on a rail.”
Because 9/11 anniversary: Immodest dance performance profanes cathedral of Perugia. Because “art”: Sculpture of same-sex French kiss placed on altar in church in Italy.
Where the only thing hetero is the doxy: A Novus Ordo priest in Ireland has blown the whistle on St. Patrick’s Seminary in Maynooth, alleging it to be a cesspool of heterodoxy and liberalism and infested with sodomites. (In their defense: Perhaps they are just trying to mirror life at the Vatican as closely as possible…)
HERESY: During daily indoctrination session, Francis claims (for at least the second time) that Christ’s authority came from His closeness to the people: “He was near them … this is what gave him authority.” Obviously, the truth is that Christ’s authority came not from below but from above, directly from His heavenly Father, with whom He is one and to whom He is equal: “For he received from God the Father, honour and glory: this voice coming down to him from the excellent glory: This is my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased; hear ye him” (2 Pet 1:17; see also Jn 10:30; Heb 5:5; cf. Jn 8:23).
An Atlanta Novus Ordo priest who is also spiritual director to sex abuse victims has flaunted his attendance at a sodomite drag show.
There’s nothing like playing Whitney Houston’s Olympics 1988 theme song One Moment in Time for your Communion hymn — especially at St. Mary Major’s in Rome.
A spiritual Fukushima: The Jesuit pretend-Pope has threatened to visit Japan next year.
Apostasy: Francis tells Rome’s Chief Rabbi, Riccardo di Segni, that he hopes that the Jews will find in the celebration of their faithlessness “the source of further graces and spiritual consolation.” It is examples like this one that illustrate how substantially the Vatican II Sect differs from the Catholic Church. (By the way, do you know the symbolism of the gifts Francis gave and received while visiting Rome’s synagogue in 2016?)
“Pope Emeritus” Benedict XVI‘s recent article on Judaism (which we took to the woodshed here) has triggered an exchange of letters between him and the Chief Rabbi of Vienna, Arie Folger.
While we’re on the topic: Remember when that bastion of orthodoxy and conservatism, “Cardinal” Raymond Burke, participated in a Seder Meal? It goes perfectly with his Modernist theology.
After public outcry, “Bp.” Patrick McGrath of San Jose, California, decides not follow through with purchase of $2.3 million retirement home.
Watch out, Connecticut! “Monsignor Meth” is back in the news: After failing drug test while on supervised release, “Mgr.” Kevin Wallin may have to return to prison.
The ongoing Vigano drama has overshadowed what happened at the World Meeting of Families in Dublin in August. Some stories of note: Its bizarre swirly logo appears to have connections with the sodomite underworld. Hellboy James Martin gave a widely publicized talk entitled “How parishes can welcome LGBT Catholics.” “Cardinal” Kevin Farrell was assisted by a sodomite activist “deacon” for one of his more important liturgies. Jesuit Michael Czerny opined that migrant families “might end up better integrating those who originally let them in.” Imagine you’re the “Pope” driving through Dublin and there’s no one to wave at you; your “papal” souvenirs don’t sell; and attendance at your mega “Mass” is embarrassingly low. Isn’t that Baphomet mitre a perfect fit for him? (By the way, did you know there was a conservative counter-conference alongside that World Meeting of Families that warned of a “Vatican revolution” against the family?)
At General Audience, Francis notes the “ideal” of not living in adultery.
The consequences of the New Theology: In the United States, more people are leaving the Novus Ordo religion than any other.
How dare he! Swiss “Bp.” Marian Eleganti identifies homosexuality as root cause of sex abuse crisis, earns wrath of neighboring diocese. Dr. Gregory Bottaro of the CatholicPsych Institute believes NPD — Narcissistic Personality Disorder — also plays a significant role.
The editor-in-chief of the semi-trad Catholic Family News, Brian McCall, has resigned from his positions at Oklahoma University after controversy erupted over two very beautiful and reasonable sentences on how women should (not) dress, found in his 2014 book To Build the City of God: Living as Catholics in a Secular Age.
Catholic Family News‘ managing editor, Matthew Gaspers, has responded to Novus Ordo Kevin Symonds on the ongoing Third Secret of Fatima controversy.
A Novus Ordo bishop from Malta has threatened UK blogger Mark Lambert with legal action.
It’s the reader’s fault, see! In letter to Stephen Walford, Francis says Amoris Laetitia must be read “always in continuity” with prior church teaching. Funny, he could have just written it in continuity with church teaching…
Jim Russell gives an explanation of the origin and meaning of the homo-perverted rainbow flag. No wonder a conservative Novus Ordo priest in Chicago has cut up and burned one such flag that had a cross interwoven; but the diocese took immediate action, of course, and told him to pack his bags and get lost. Meanwhile in Canada: The diocese of Antigonish has defended one of its “priests” for flying the gay pride rainbow flag.
Drive-thru wedding at Santa Marta: During private audience, Francis “blessed a civilly married couple in a whirlwind ceremony including a general absolution for all those present.”
Soo cute: Visiting the Vatican, U2‘s Bono gets an olive bush from Francis…
More estrogen, please: “Cardinal” Ouellet of Quebec says women should help screen and train future priests. Remember, they will help overcome that evil “clericalism”!
He’s just getting started: In private talk with Jesuits in Baltic states, Francis says: “I believe the Lord wants a change in the Church. I have said many times that a perversion of the Church today is clericalism. … I know that the Lord wants the [Second Vatican] Council to make headway in the Church. Historians tell us that it takes 100 years for a Council to be applied. We are halfway there. So, if you want to help me, do whatever it takes to move the Council forward in the Church.”
God is Young: Ten Quotes from Francis’ new book, now out in English.
The policy handbook of an SSPX school in Canada allows for the formation of transgender and homosexual clubs. If this sounds familiar to you, there is a reason why.
Novus Ordo publisher, author, speaker, and columnist Barry Hudock is cited in the infamous Pennsylvania Grand Jury Report as an ex-priest who allegedly abused a 17-year-old female student.
Professional Francis admirer Austen Ivereigh speaks at “Discovering Pope Francis” symposium about Francis and “missionary evangelization”. (We once took apart Ivereigh’s sophistry on Amoris Laetitia here.)
“Passion is moving forward” — and other beauties of Naturalist Bergoglian blather can be found in Francis’ audience with a delegation of motorcyclists.
Days before the First Vigano Testimony rocked the Vatican, Francis issued a lackluster letter on sex abuse and assumed this would put the matter to rest. Reaction was swift: “Nice words, but it’s time for action” / “absolutely insufficient and a great disappointment” / “empty words from empty men” / “a disgrace, a shallow start in a saga of lies, filth and cover up” / “proposals for real change … are conspicuous again by their absence”.
The SSPX has published a first substantial interview with its new Superior General, Fr. Davide Pagliarani.
The Vatican’s public relations team could use some help: Photo released of Francis’ private audience with U.S. Novus Ordo “bishops” about sex abuse crisis shows everyone having a great time.
“Papal” summer fun in Rome: Francis enjoys what looks to be an erotic-lesbian performance under the guise of art and compassion (caution, immodest photos).
Italian paper Il Sole 24 Ore publishes the latest and umpteenth interview with… well, just guess (text in English).
Francis the Naturalist and his False Gospel of Man: “Christians never give up dreaming of a better world.” Really? Christians’ main focus is actually on eternity, not on this world (see Col 3:2; cf. Lk 12:31-34; Jn 17:14; Mk 14:7; 1 Jn 4:5).
Only in the Novus Ordo Sect: “Mass” on a train and Benediction with black Monstrance on the way to Lourdes!
What’s good for the goose is good for the gander: “Fr.” John Hunwicke has discovered one of the fatal flaws of recognize-and-resist theology. But it doesn’t take him long to reaffirm that he will never, of course, entertain even for a nanosecond “that Jorge Bergoglio may not be the true Bishop of Rome and Successor of S Peter and Vicar of Christ.” See, he smugly asserts there have been heretical Popes in the past. (Oh yeah? Then he knows more than the experts at Vatican I and even his own “Cardinal” Burke, and he turns Catholic doctrine on the Papacy to absurdity). But Pope Honorius, right? Wrong! It is amazing how people who know so little can think they know so much — and refuse to “accept comments which dispute what I have written.”
More Medjugorje, please! “Abp.” Henryk Hoser, assigned by Francis as “apostolic visitor” to the shrine of the fake and dangerous Medjugorje apparitions in Bosnia-Herzegovina, has outlined plans for expansion.
“One makes the other grow”: A phenomenological Francis explains what he thinks is the meaning of husband and wife becoming “one flesh” in matrimony.
The final solution to that pesky pregnancy problem: Aborted children are incinerated in big ovens. Remember, Francis doesn’t want you to “obsess” over abortion… because there is also gossip, poor nutrition, unemployment, and non-sustainable agriculture!
“Cardinal” Crescenzio Sepe, the “Archbishop” of Naples, Italy, suddenly falls ill as the dried blood of St. Januarius liquefies as expected on the saint’s feast day.
Is Ignatius Press an occultic press? On the origins of that “conservative Catholic” publishing house, straight from the founder’s mouth!
At a “listening session” in San Diego, “Bishop” Robert McElroy defends a diocesan employee who is a “married” sodomite.
Report on sex abuse in German church released, with predictable findings. Meanwhile in Scotland, police “have arrested and charged nuns and a number of other former staff in an investigation into alleged child abuse at a Catholic children’s home.”
“Cardinal” Burke is excited because Steve Bannon, former adviser to U.S. President Donald Trump, is helping to craft the curriculum for a leadership course at a conservative Novus Ordo institute in Italy.
Just what is Modernism? A brief summary.
The Vatican has hosted a “World Conference on Xenophobia, Racism, and Populism in the context of migration”, which naturally proclaimed a “moral mandate” to oppose all three of these things. And no less surprising is it that Francis had an address for its participants with all the buzzwords of his politificate: solidarity, encounter, fraternity, welcome, tenderness, integration, openness, and more. He even suddenly remembered the existence of the Natural Law for this one!
On that sudden about-face at Church Militant: “Now That It’s Safe and Five Years Late, Michael Voris Okays Criticism of Francis.”
Since this strategy worked so well for clarifying Amoris Laetitia: 27 Scholars urge Francis to stop German church giving “Communion” to Protestants.
For a vivid illustration of how much has changed since a true Pope reigned in Rome, watch this beautiful narrated High Mass recorded on Easter Sunday of 1940.
A sedevacantist blogger explains why “Abp.” Oscar Romero is a false martyr and not a Catholic saint. (The next fake martyr is already waiting in line!)
Dr. Peter Chojnowski of Sister Lucy Truth has released the first concrete scientific indication of the Impostor Sister Lucy, the judgment of a plastic surgeon. More recent news from that project: Clear evidence is now available that many of the pictures in which “Pope” Paul VI appears with Sr. Lucy are fake: Example 1 / Example 2 (see also here) / Example 3 / Example 4.
Heretic Pope? Non-sedevacantist “Fr.” Paul Kramer is about to release a multi-volume refutation of John Salza, Robert Siscoe, Fr. Francois Chazal, and Bp. Richard Williamson. Here’s the Preface to Volume 1.
At what point will Vatican journalists die from laughing about the garbage they have to write? “At a conference, Pope Francis explains how theology and tenderness go hand in hand.” Or how about this one? “Vatican Observatory hosting conference for meteorite care.” You can’t make this stuff up!
Catholic World Report asks: “Should the Church have women cardinals?” Or should they just use “Fr.” James Martin instead?
Enjoy this stirring snippet of an old sermon by then-Fr. Donald Sanborn on Pope St. Pius X, Pope Pius XII, and Modernism. LINK FIXED
Catholicism vs. Modernism: An explanation of the difference between True and False Ecumenism can be found here.
Dylan Fellows and Christopher Conlon have published a powerful new book defending baptism of blood and desire and Pope Pius XII’s teaching on periodic continence in response to the Rev. Dominic Crawford. You can purchase Contra Crawford here or simply read it online for free.
Our friends at True Restoration have put together a podcast series on Islam: The Real Truth about the “Religion of Peace.”
And Mark Collett gives a phenomenal explanation of the “Jewish Question” in four minutes.
And one for the road…
Congratulations to Fr. Davide Pagliarani and the entire SSPX:
They have almost reached Chicom status in the Vatican II Church now!