Sillonism warmed over…
Francis to Youth:
“You Believe in a New Humanity”!
Thank heavens, World Youth Day 2016 is over. And thankfully, the dreaded in-flight press conference on Francis’ trip back to Rome was not nearly as bad as expected, although this merely testifies to how horrible the expectations are at this point. When asked about why he always speaks about violence and terrorism in general and never specifically identifies it as Islamic, the Jesuit apostate had this to say: “…There are violent Catholics! If I speak of Islamic violence, I must speak of Catholic violence . . . and no, not all Muslims are violent, not all Catholics are violent.… READ MORE
Voodoo You Trust?
John Paul II’s Betrayal in Benin
by John Kenneth Weiskittel
“You have a strong attachment to the traditions handed on by your ancestors.
It is legitimate to be grateful to your forbears who passed on this sense of the sacred,
belief in a single God who is good, a sense of celebration, esteem for the moral life and for harmony in society.”
—John Paul II (to voodoo representatives of Benin on 4 February 1993 at Cotonou)
PRELIMINARY NOTE TO THE READER:
The following study deals with very disturbing subject matter, and reader discretion is advised, both as to text and accompanying pictures. … READ MORE
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WOJTYLA GETS A THIRD EYE:
John Paul II’s Pilgrimage to India
by John Kenneth Weiskittel
This article originally appeared in Catholic Restoration and Sacerdotium magazines in the early 1990s. It has been scanned and automatically converted into text. Therefore, the original formatting has been lost, the illustrations and pictures have been deleted, and words that originally appear in italics are reproduced in regular print. Footnotes will be found at the end of the document. This essay is being reproduced with the express permission of the author and publisher.
In the years since the Second Vatican Council, a common practice among the more traditionally-minded members of the Conciliar Church is to show their support for some aspect of Catholic life (e.g.,… READ MORE
New Chaos Homily denounces All-Or-Nothing Morality as “heretical”…
No More Black and White:
Francis’ Fifty Shades of Grey
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This is the day Michael Voris must have been waiting for: Francis finally condemns heretics! Quick, everyone: Fire up the Vortex cameras and get everything ready on the web site to report on this breaking news!
On second thought, maybe not… Unfortunately for Mr. Voris and his Church Militant crew, Francis condemns as heretical precisely the kind of Catholic Michael Voris considers himself to be. Ouch! (Tim Haines, he means you too!)
On Thursday, June 9, Francis once again outdid himself in the sermon he gave at the daily “Mass” at Casa Santa Marta, this time on the Gospel of St.… READ MORE
That sums it up…
SSPX Bp. Fellay: Francis considers us Catholics — Doctrine is not that important to him
Almost there: Bp. Fellay was interviewed on Reconciliation with Rome
by Edward Pentin on May 13, 2016
The Society of St. Pius X’s Superior General Bishop Bernard Fellay was back in his comfort zone when Novus Ordo journalist Edward Pentin questioned him on May 13 in a new exclusive interview for the National Catholic Register published on May 18. It was friendly fire only, and this is how he likes it, quite in contrast to his epic fail when interrogated by Tim Sebastian on the aptly-named Conflict Zone program in February — a performance so embarrassing that the SSPX never alerted its adherents to the interview’s existence.… READ MORE
The Facts About “Pope Benedict XVI” – Joseph Alois Ratzinger
What You Need To Know About the Man
who Claimed to be the Pope from 2005-2013
On April 19, 2005, the German “cardinal” Fr. Joseph Ratzinger was elected “Pope” Benedict XVI. This page is dedicated to demonstrating that Ratzinger’s beliefs and actions reveal that he was not a Catholic, and therefore he could not possibly have held the highest office in the Catholic Church, the Papacy.
Furthermore, the “episcopal consecration” of Fr. Ratzinger in 1977 was invalid, and hence Joseph Ratzinger was not even a bishop but only a priest (ordained in 1951).… READ MORE
Unique Gift Idea…
Saint Pius X Commemorative Coin
Without a doubt, the most important Pope of the twentieth century was Pius X (1903-1914), whose glorious 11-year-reign included the condemnation of Modernism and related errors threatening Christendom, the restoration of sacred chant, the compilation and codification of Canon Law, the admittance of children above the age of reason to Holy Communion, and the introduction of frequent, even daily, Communion — in short, the restoration of all things in Christ, which was his papal motto: Instaurare Omnia in Christo. In 1954, the incorrupt Pius X was declared a saint by Pope Pius XII, less than 40 years after his death.… READ MORE
“That’s not right” is not right…
Commie Crucifix Kerfuffle: What did Francis say to the Bolivian President?
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Francis rebuked Morales for a blasphemous gift? Don’t you believe it…
[This post is a follow-up to “Francis Receives Blasphemous Gift of Christ Crucified on Hammer & Sickle”]
[UPDATE 11-JUL-2015 15:12 UTC: Francis dedicates Blasphemous Crucifix Medal to the Blessed Virgin Mary]
Less than 12 hours after the news broke in the English-speaking world that the Bolivian president Evo Morales had given Francis a blasphemous crucifix depicting the Lord Jesus Christ nailed to a hammer and sickle, and that Francis had accepted it without any sign of protest, disgust, anger, or resentment, the Novus Ordo news site Rome Reports published a story claiming that during this infamous exchange of gifts, Francis had actually rebuked the Socialist president with the words, “That’s not right” (“No está bien eso”).… READ MORE
Know the past to understand the present…
Why we are where we are today:
Bp. Sanborn explains the History of Christendom
Most Rev. Donald J. Sanborn
This past Friday, June 26, 2015, the Supreme Court of the United States of America (SCOTUS) handed down its decision in the case Obergefell v. Hodges, in which five of the nine judges “decided” that states do not have the right to refuse to issue marriage licenses to “couples” of the same sex. In other words, this Supreme Court decision “legalized” and imposed the unnatural aberration known as “gay marriage” in all 50 states.… READ MORE
Sancte Pie X, ora pro nobis!
The Great Saint Pius X
Extraordinarily pleasing to God:
Pope Pius X (1835-1914)
Every year on September 3, the Catholic Church commemorates the great Pope St. Pius X, Giuseppe Melchiorre Sarto, the Scourge of the Modernists. This year, we have decided to commemorate this joyous occasion by offering a collection of our own and others’ material on this great Pontiff. (Click images for larger view.) Enjoy!
Our own Posts (including many photos and videos):
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True Catholic, True Pope, True Saint
SAINT PIUS X:
Giuseppe Sarto Died in Heroic Sanctity 100 Years Ago Today
Off to Receive his Eternal Reward: Pope St. Pius X died Aug. 20, 1914
Today commemorates a most joyous occasion for all true Catholics: Giuseppe Melchiorre Sarto, better known as Pope Pius X, gave up his beautiful soul to God exactly 100 years ago today, on August 20, 1914. Despised by the world and by the Modernists, and many a supposed “Catholic”, St. Giuseppe Sarto was eminently pleasing to His Creator. He cared not for the opinion of this world, but only to do the will of God.… READ MORE
True Catholic, True Pope, True Saint
SANCTUS PIUS X:
Giuseppe Sarto Declared a Saint 60 Years Ago
Scourge of the Modernists, Model of Heroic Holiness:
Pope St. Pius X (1835-1914)
Today commemorates a most joyous occasion for all true Catholics: Giuseppe Melchiorre Sarto, better known as Pope Pius X, was declared a Saint of the Catholic Church exactly 60 years ago, on May 29, 1954, by His Holiness, Pope Pius XII. The canonization came less than 40 years after the death of the holy Pontiff, who had passed to his eternal reward on August 20, 1914.
To celebrate this wonderful anniversary, we are posting various video clips of the canonization ceremony presided over by Pius XII, as well as a most rare video of St.… READ MORE
A Flip for every Flop…
The Contradictions of Jorge Bergoglio
Francis is clearly the most blatant Modernist of all the Novus Ordo Antipopes. He perfectly embodies the spirit of Vatican II and is the veritable incarnation, as it were, of the conciliar document Gaudium Et Spes. Like the Modernists and other innovators condemned by the Church, his chief characteristics include audacity and love of novelty. The following two passages taken from magisterial documents are very applicable to the entire frame of mind advanced by the Second Vatican Council and embodied fully by Jorge Bergoglio:
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As for the rest, We greatly deplore the fact that, where the ravings of human reason extend, there is somebody who studies new things and strives to know more than is necessary, against the advice of the apostle.