The not-so-Reverend “Fr.” James Martin, S.J., has been stirring the pot again.
The Jesuit we affectionately call “Hellboy” (for good reason) is always on an unholy mission to drive the Vatican II Church further and further into accepting and celebrating the filth of unnatural impurity. In this he is happy to collaborate with Jorge Bergoglio (“Pope” Francis), himself an apostate Jesuit with a fondness for perversion.
Theology of the Bawdy: Francis appoints Sodomy Supporter to lead Vatican Synod Retreat in October
Dominican friar Timothy Radcliffe knows how to blaspheme…
In October of this year the Vatican will hold another one of its infamous “synods”, that is, a meeting with a large number of “bishops” chosen from around the world to spend three weeks listening to boring lectures, reading boring lengthy documents, and then discussing the stuff with their colleagues before collaborating to produce a final document for Francis to use in his post-synodal “Apostolic exhortation”.
This year, the theme of the synod is — wait for it — synodality.… READ MORE
Ever since he first identified, back in 2019, what he calls the “spirit of Vatican I” (that’s Vatican One, referring to the Vatican Council of 1870) as the fundamental problem in the church today “which it will take a mighty exorcism to drive away”, he has not ceased to attack the traditional Catholic teaching on the Papacy in one way or another.… READ MORE
Francis in New Interview: ‘The Most Serious Sin a Missionary can commit is Proselytism’
No one protects the world from “paganism” quite like Jorge Bergoglio. Just a week ago, on Jan. 11, 2023, the Argentinian apostate, typically referred to as “Pope Francis” by most, proclaimed during an audience that Catholics who proselytize are “pagan” at heart:
The History of Christendom:
From the French Revolution to ‘Pope’ Francis (1789-Present)
The Most Rev. Donald J. Sanborn explains the history of the Catholic Church
Long-time readers of this blog may remember that years ago we presented, courtesy of True Restoration, a video lecture series on the history of Christendom with Bishop Donald Sanborn. Beginning with the Edict of Milan in the early 4th century, which legalized Christianity throughout the Roman Empire, Bp. Sanborn traced the history of the Catholic Church all the way up to, but not including, the French Revolution.… READ MORE
Francis rumored to be preparing new Decree against Traditional Latin Mass
It behooves bloggers to be careful with rumors. It is too easy for a story to make the rounds that ends up being false — “fake news”, as it is called in our day.
At the same time, not all rumors are equal. Some are more credible than others, and in the case of the one before us right now, we think it worth reporting on, considering the source: the German ‘indult’ blog Motu-proprio: Summorum-Pontificum, which is run by Michael Charlier. It is a kind of German equivalent to the English-speaking Rorate Caeli blog, although the two are not connected.… READ MORE
Of course the false pope wasted no time making clear that he is not talking about that detested proselytism, which would mean trying to convert others to Catholicism by means of arguments, that is, by trying to convince others of the truth of the Catholic Faith.… READ MORE
Do Pagans worship the True God without knowing it?
A Look at St. Paul’s Discourse to the Athenians
In Chapter 17 of the Acts of the Apostles, we find St. Paul discoursing with the pagan inhabitants of Athens, Greece. The city is immersed in idolatry, and the holy Apostle notices an altar dedicated “to the unknown god”. He uses this as a cue to preach to the Athenians the true God, whom indeed they do not yet know but are apparently disposed, however confusedly, to worship.
Who was Joseph Ratzinger / Benedict XVI?
While countless commentators are currently singing the praises of the late, oh-so conservative ‘Pope Emeritus’ Benedict XVI up and down the internet, Kevin Davis of the Catholic Family Podcast invited yours truly to discuss the real Joseph Ratzinger, that is, the theologian Ratzinger from the perspective of pre-Vatican II Catholicism.
There is so much to say about the deceased Benedict XVI, but of course only comparatively little can be included in a one-hour podcast interview.
Here are some source links to document the items discussed in the broadcast:
Kneeling not allowed?
Man refused ‘Communion’ at Ratzinger Funeral (Video)
Today the funeral for ‘Pope Emeritus’ Benedict XVI took place in St. Peter’s Square at the Vatican, with Jorge Bergoglio (‘Pope Francis’) presiding. When it came time for the distribution of the invalid communion hosts, a curious incident occurred — and was caught on video.
A man wearing a hoodie walks up to the rail to receive the ‘Eucharist’, kneels down, and removes the hood from his head, as is proper. He opens his mouth to receive, but the Novus Ordo priest signals his unwillingness to give him the host in that way.… READ MORE
At approximately 8:50 am local Rome time today, pallbearers processed into St. Peter’s Square, Vatican City, carrying a coffin containing the body of Joseph Ratzinger, the man known from 2005 to 2013 as ‘Pope Benedict XVI’.
The five sorrowful decades of the Rosary were then prayed publicly in the square for the deceased, and subsequently the solemn funeral liturgy began, presided over in part by Jorge Bergoglio (‘Pope Francis’) and ‘Cardinal’ Giovanni Battista Re, the Dean of the College of Novus Ordo Cardinals.… READ MORE
Diocese of Essen, Germany, features new Diocesan Logo
In 2022, the Novus Ordo diocese of Essen, Germany, decided to give itself a visual makeover by rebranding with a new logo to reflect its contemporary attitude of renewal, dialogue, and togetherness.
The result of this diocesan facelift can be seen in the edifying result above.
No, the diocese is not embarrassed about its new logo. On the contrary, it is celebrating it as “modern, lively, different”. An article on its official web site introducing the artistic mishap — called the “Dialogue Cross” — explains:
With the Dialogue Cross as the new logo and central element, the diocese picks up a symbol that has accompanied and shaped the renewal processes in the Catholic Church between the Rhine, Ruhr and Lenne rivers for eleven years.
Back in 2014, when Francis had a golden opportunity to 'proclaim the Gospel' to the needy, to those in darkness, to the oppressed who were Muslims migrants -- but he didn't. Instead he told them to read their Koran -- that would help them to move forward:
The man at the top of a church which refuses to have a mission to the Jews says "the Word [of God] is a gift addressed to everyone; therefore we can never restrict its field of action..." - https://www.vatican.va/content/francesco/en/homilies/2023/documents/20230122-domenicadella-paroladidio.html Different audiences get to hear a different gospel! #PopeFrancis
They are trying so hard but it is of no avail: You cannot have it both ways: have Francis be Pope AND do your own thing in religion. As long as you recognize him as Pope, he wins. And an opinion of Fr. Henri LeFloch does not trump papal teaching. #catholic
Kennedy Hall admits he doesn't adhere to Vatican II ecclesiology - Keep that in mind for next time one of his co-religionists asks you, "But what doctrine of Vatican II do we actually reject?" #catholictwitter #catholic
@tonylarosa9 <<< Meanwhile, the possibility of heresy in a papal teaching, even if not ruled out by the logic of non-infallibility, IS ruled out by the Church's teaching on the Papacy. If the Pope could teach something that denies the Faith, he would no longer be a safe guide to salvation.
The abominable Abrahamic Family House in Abu Dhabi is now open for worship - Religious egalitarianism breeds indifferentism and syncretism. This is apostasy! #catholictwitter #catholic #vatican #popefrancis