Mark your calendars!
Announcement of Upcoming Livestream:
Special Broadcast on Ten Years of ‘Pope’ Francis
[UPDATE: Link to Full Video Broadcast HERE]
This coming Monday, Jorge Bergoglio will celebrate his tenth anniversary as “Pope Francis”.
To mark this infernal milestone, we are happy to announce a live-streamed special edition of the Catholic Family Podcast on March 13, 2023. It will start at 5:00 pm EDT (2:00 pm PDT; 21:00 UTC; 22:00 CET).
Host Kevin Davis will be joined by co-host Mario Derksen of Novus Ordo Watch and sundry interesting guests. We will review and discuss some of the worst, ugliest, and most ridiculous that has transpired since the apostate Jesuit from Buenos Aires has claimed the papal throne:
Our special guests will include former Novus Ordo priest Fr. Michael Oswalt, former Vatican II defender and ex-SSPXer Louie Verrecchio, the long-time sedevacantist minor seminary director Fr. Benedict Hughes of the Congregation of Mary Immaculate Queen, blogger Steven Speray, and the anonymous writer behind the Introibo ad Altare Dei blog. It promises to be an interesting show!
Enduring ten years of ‘Pope’ Bergoglio on a daily basis seems like heroic penance. The 120 months from 2013 to 2023 have meant 3652 days of incessant blather about encounter, tenderness, joy, migrants, and dignity; about journeys, mercy, clericalism, and peripheries; about horizons, fraternity, and indifference; about touching the wounded, caressing the elderly, and including the marginalized; about the god of surprises, the smell of the sheep, the cry of the earth, and field hospitals; about walking together, welcoming migrants, and accompanying the wounded; about warming hearts, eschewing rigidity, and dreaming of the future; about tearing down walls, building bridges, and moving forward.
The last 10 years of Bergoglian drivel were simply insufferable. Nonetheless, Novus Ordo Watch was “on it” all from day 1. Indeed, from day 1 we communicated the truth about this false pope, for which we were lambasted and mocked by many for a long time. Ten years later, only few are laughing anymore.
On April 3, 2013 — a mere 21 days after his election, while people like Michael Voris were busy spinning Francis into an incredible conservative — we predicted on Twitter that Francis would eventually be known as the “Chaos Pope”, based on what we had witnessed of him in his first three weeks:
Thus, early on, “Chaos Frank” became the moniker of choice for us, and looking back over the past ten years, it is clear that no man has ever created more chaos than he. At World Youth Day 2013 in Rio de Janeiro, Francis told people to make a mess (¡hagan lío!), and he proceeded to lead by example.
We were denounced, however, by all sorts of people for repudiating the “new Pope” right away. We were supposed to wait and see, give him a chance, let the past be the past, “trust in the Holy Spirit”, who — we were assured by not a few — had hand-picked Bergoglio, and so on. The euphoric optimism was great, and countless journalists, pundits, commentators, clergy, etc., began to weigh in and give their supposed expert analysis of what Francis was going to do, what he was “really up to” when the first aberrations became undeniable, what “keys” we needed to understand him correctly, how the confusion he was unleashing was actually a good thing, etc., ad nauseam. People like ‘Fr.’ John Zuhlsdorf, Jimmy Akin, Mark Shea, Tim Haines, Michael Voris, and others had their hands full explaining why things really weren’t the way they looked.
Most of them gave up eventually because while a slip of the tongue, a mistranslation, or an unguarded spontaneous remark are possible on rare occasion, explaining two or three such things away per week just wasn’t sustainable in the long run. Even a mere glance at the gargantuan (though necessarily incomplete) laundry list of Bergoglian blasphemies, heresies, and other scandals underscores that point:
The “genuine Modernist” Bergoglio was quickly becoming the best advertisement for Sedevacantism. We thus created the following spoofed book cover to drive home the point, based on the initial scandals coming from, or appearing under, his “pontificate”:
Therefore, ladies and gentlemen, be sure to tune in to our special live show, “Jorge Bergoglio – 10 Years of Apostasy”, on March 13, 2023.
It promises to be a broadcast like no other!
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