Chagall’s ‘White Crucifixion’…

“May His Name Be Blotted Out”:
Francis’ Favorite Painting contains Jewish Blasphemy against Jesus Christ

“Cardinal” Bergoglio wears the kippah at a Jewish event in Buenos Aires

This story isn’t new, and we’ve covered it here before, but it bears repeating, especially as there are many people now who have just recently come to see who and what Jorge Bergoglio really is, the man falsely considered to be the Pope of the Catholic Church by most.

In the 2010 interview book El Jesuita: Conversaciones con Jorge Bergoglio, the then-“Cardinal” Bergoglio revealed that his favorite painting is the White Crucifixion by Jewish artist Marc Chagall, painted in 1938.

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Bergoglio accommodates successors of Caiphas…

Francis and the Pharisees: At Jews’ behest, Vatican Conference re-evaluates Christ’s Enemies

Don’t you hate it when that happens? Day in and day out you try to excoriate the last remaining people attempting to be Catholic in your Modernist sect by deriding them as rigid Pharisees who know nothing of the mercy of God, and then the real Pharisees complain that this makes them look bad.

That is the situation Jorge Bergoglio — “Pope” Francis — has gotten himself into after years of preaching against conservatives in his sect, accusing them of being hypocrites like the Pharisees:

With regard to the question of adultery in particular, Francis has tried to paint those who insist on its absolute prohibition (like Jesus Christ, we might add; see Mt 5:27-28; 19:3-9) as legalistic Pharisees who rigidly attach themselves to “rules” and “laws”, as though we were talking about a mere ceremonial law or human convention and not the Divine Law revealed to man (see Ex 20:14; Deut 5:18; Mk 10:19).

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Novus Ordo Watch NEWS DIGEST
May 13, 2019

Opening of the Religious Education Congress in Los Angeles… Can you guess the religion?

Finally, some action: Francis faces Opposition during Angelus Address… They should carry Sede Vacante banners!

Sacred Betrayal: Widow of former Vatican ambassador publishes explosive book outlining corruption, deception, and abuse of power of “Cardinal” Oscar Rodriguez-Maradiaga, Francis’ frontman for reform of church governance. The National Catholic Register has published an interview with the author here.

“Bp.” Athanasius Schneider says Francis “must” correct his Abu Dhabi declaration. And if he doesn’t?! – Well then… he doesn’t.

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What to do with a “heretical Pope”?

The Open Letter accusing Francis of Heresy:
A Sedevacantist Analysis

More than a week has now passed since the publication of the “Open Letter to the Bishops of the Catholic Church” released on Apr. 30 by nineteen Novus Ordo clergymen and academics accusing “Pope” Francis of being a pertinacious heretic and asking the addressees to declare him such and thereby remove him from office. Since then, many more academics and clerics have added their names to the Open Letter, and at the time of this writing, the total is up to 81 (see updates here).

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The Francis Show in Bulgaria…

“We Are The World” and other Blasphemies at Francis’ Interreligious Peace Meeting in Sofia

[UPDATE 07-MAY-2019: Prelates of the Orthodox religion refused to attend the meeting.]

On Apr. 10, 2015, we told you that Jorge Bergoglio’s religion is basically a theological version of the famous song We Are The World, although the word “theological” was perhaps too generous.

The Jesuit pretend-pope is currently in the middle of a blather tour “Apostolic journey” to Bulgaria and North Macedonia. Today, May 6, he participated in an interreligious prayer meeting for peace in the Bulgarian capital of Sofia, together with Orthodox, Armenians, Protestants, Jews, and Muslims (see photos here).

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Debunking a blasphemous tweet…

Like Jesus or like Judas?

A quick Refutation of Austen Ivereigh’s outrageous Tweet defending Francis

It does not happen too often that we publish an entire blog post criticizing a single tweet, but this is one of those times.

Austen Ivereigh is a British writer who has been one of Francis’ admirers and cheerleaders from the very beginning. In 2014, he published a comprehensive biography of the man otherwise known as Jorge Bergoglio entitled, The Great Reformer: Francis and the Making of a Radical Pope.

In late 2016, Ivereigh attempted to vindicate Francis’ apostatic execration Amoris Laetitia by looking at “concrete cases.” We say attempted, because a few days later we thoroughly mopped the floor with him.

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Bergoglio accused of heresy and pertinacity…

Francis Accused: Open Letter to World’s Novus Ordo Bishops seeks Remedy to ‘Heretical Pope’

The internet is abuzz again after the latest attempt by conservative Novus Ordos to do something about the pink elephant in St. Peter’s Basilica: Their “Pope” is a blatant pertinacious heretic.

Yesterday, April 30, the feast of St. Catherine of Siena (in the traditional Roman calendar), a document entitled “Open Letter to the Bishops of the Catholic Church” was released simultaneously in six different languages:

The English version was introduced by Maike Hickson at LifeSite, and its release is accompanied by a one-and-a-half-page summary and a select bibliography for further reading.

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A Bergoglian Good Friday…

The Passion of Man:
Francis’ Anthropocentric Stations of the Cross

On Good Friday, Catholics commemorate the Passion and Death of Jesus Christ, the only Way by which salvation can be obtained (see Jn 3:16-18; Jn 14:6; Acts 4:12).

One of the most salutary and beautiful acts of devotion in which to engage on Good Friday is the richly-indulgenced Stations of the Cross (also called the Way of the Cross, Via Crucis, or Via Dolorosa), which consists of prayers and meditations on each of the fourteen stations of Christ’s holy Passion, beginning with the unjust sentence of death rendered by Pontius Pilate and concluding with the placing of the Body of Jesus in the sepulcher.

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Beloved sedevacantist priest

Father Joseph Collins, R.I.P.

(October 6, 1952 – April 27, 2019)

It is with great sadness and a heavy heart that we announce the death of Fr. Joseph Francis Collins. Fr. Collins died today, April 27, at 11:54 am in Albany, New York, after a battle with cancer. For many years, he was the pastor at St. Michael Chapel & Shrine in Glenmont, New York.

Originally ordained by Abp. Marcel Lefebvre, Fr. Collins had been among the sedevacantist “Nine” who were expelled from the Society of St. Pius X in April of 1983, after they had sent a letter to Abp.

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TRADCAST 024 is here

Novus Ordo Watch for your ears…

TRADCAST 024 Now Available

TRADCAST — The Traditional Catholic Podcast

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In case you missed our initial announcement on April 12: We have published another full-length episode of our popular TRADCAST podcast program. As always, it is loaded with real traditional Catholicism, hard-hitting refutations of various errors, and razor-sharp analysis. Our content is typically challenging but is always delivered with a relieving touch of humor.

TRADCAST 024 consists of two separate segments. After a few introductory comments, at listener request we offer specific book recommendations for (former) Novus Ordos interested in learning the real Catholicism of the past (you know, the one from 33-1958).

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Easter in the Fun Church…

Resurrection Sunday in the Vatican II Sect:
Novus Ordo Priest becomes Easter Egg

There isn’t much that needs to be said about this — the above picture and the video from which it was taken, speak for themselves.

On Easter Sunday, this past April 21, “Fr.” Nando Capone of San Bernardino Realino parish in Lecce, Italy, donned an Easter Egg hat during the sermon and preached accordingly: “We are Easter. Every one of you ought to be an Easter egg, a sign of new life, a surprise. Move beyond any malice; that’s resurrection” (our translation; as reported by Giuseppe Nardi).

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Bizarre theology alert…

Justification and Salvation:
What did Fr. Leonard Feeney teach?

Original caption: “UNITED STATES – CIRCA 1949: Rev. Leonard Feeney of the Jesuit order engaging in controversy with his superiors regarding teaching of Catholic doctrine.” (Photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images)

On April 12, Michael Voris of Church Militant stunned his fan base as he suddenly began promoting the person and theology of the late Fr. Leonard Feeney, S.J. (1897-1978) and the St. Benedict Center he helped shape (at least the one in New Hampshire — there is another one in Massachusetts). Two more similar articles and Vortex episodes followed, as well as a full interview with the prior of the NH St.

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And four-sided triangles, too?

Francis: “I like the Lutherans who follow the True Faith of Jesus Christ”

Jorge Bergoglio says the darndest things, most of them incompatible with Catholicism.

After the Jesuit pretend-pope gave an address to a mixed audience consisting mostly of young Novus Ordos and Lutherans on Oct. 13, 2016 in the Vatican, he engaged in a question-and-answer session with the youngsters. It was on that occasion that he pronounced one of his many condemnations of “proselytism”, telling a girl who had asked whether she should try to convert her non-religious friends: “It is not licit to convince them of your faith; proselytism is the strongest poison against the ecumenical path” (source). 

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Stephen K. Amos gets private audience with Bergoglio…

Francis tells Homosexual Atheist: “It does not matter … how you live your life, you do not lose your dignity”!

The 51-year-old British TV personality Stephen K. Amos is an atheist. He is also a stand-up comedian and a public sodomite. According to his Wikipedia entry, he once hosted a televised documentary on male genitalia.

In September of last year, Amos participated in a 15-day trekking challenge to Rome together with seven other celebrities, as part of the program Pilgrimage: The Road To Rome on BBC Two. The episode was just broadcast yesterday, Good Friday, Apr.

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The “two Popes” circus continues…

Benedict XVI’s Letter on Sex Abuse Crisis:

Highlights & Reaction Roundup

On April 10, 2019, the “Pope Emeritus” Benedict XVI, with the prior permission of “Pope” Francis, published a 6000-word letter on the sexual abuse crisis in the German Klerusblatt (a regional periodical for clergy), which was released at the same time on the internet in various languages. The German original and the English translation of the missive are available here:

The editor of Inside the Vatican, Robert Moynihan, has opined that the letter is “absolutely the most important text Benedict has published since his resignation of the papacy in February 2013.”

In this post, we will first present what we believe to be the most significant quotes from the lengthy letter, followed by a reaction roundup from many different sources and perspectives.

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