The longest text ever…
Encyclical Letter Fratelli Tutti
on Fraternity and Social Friendship
October 3, 2020
The Vatican’s endless text factory has just released another monster of a document: Jorge Bergoglio (a.k.a. “Pope Francis”) has released his third Encyclical Letter, after Lumen Fidei (2013) and Laudato Si’ (2015). It is entitled Fratelli Tutti (“Brothers All”).
In its English version, Fratelli Tutti has 42,994 words. It consists of eight chapters that include a total of 287 numbered paragraphs, and it has 288 footnotes. The vast majority of them are references to himself, his own documents, his own addresses, and those of the conciliar and post-conciliar pseudo-magisterium.… READ MORE
Infernal Art and Architecture in the Vatican
The Vatican’s Hell Hall:
The Weird Mysteries of the Paul VI Audience Hall
Darkness Visible: Eerie, shrieking skull-like faces seem to peer out menacingly from the base 0f La Resurrezione, an eight ton sculpture, as “Pope” Francis speaks during an audience on November 21, 2015 at the Paul VI Audience Hall at the Vatican. It is only one of the many bizarre things associated with this auditorium. (image: Getty Images/AFP / rights-managed)
by Francis Del Sarto
G.K. Chesterton once referred to architecture as “the most practical and the most dangerous of the arts.”… READ MORE
Utterly explosive indictment…
Viganò lets it rip: Former Vatican Nuncio publishes scathing Condemnation of Vatican II Religion
Fr. Viganò at Rome’s “National March for Life” on May 19, 2018
(photo: Stefano Montesi/Corbis via Getty Images)
One day after we blasted “Abp.” Carlo Maria Viganò‘s open letter to President Trump for containing “dangerous heresy in attractive wrapping paper”, the former Vatican nuncio to the United States released yet another statement.
Contrary to our expectations, however, it wasn’t simply “more of the same” as his previous contributions. This time, he delivered a stunningly severe condemnation of the entire Novus Ordo religion and correctly pointed to the Second Vatican Council (Vatican II) as its root cause.… READ MORE
Naturalism under the guise of conservative Catholicism…
Dangerous Heresy in attractive Wrapping Paper:
“Abp.” Viganò’s Letter to President Trump
‘Abp.’ Carlo Maria Viganò at the 2015 Walk for Life in San Francisco
(AP Photo/Alex Washburn)
The former Vatican nuncio to the United States, “Archbishop” Carlo Maria Viganò, has been hiding at an undisclosed location since August of 2018, after he publicly accused “Pope” Francis of having known about and covered up sexual abuse perpetrated by “Cardinal” Theodore McCarrick.
On June 6, 2020, Fr. Viganò — he’s a valid priest but not a bishop — released a 3-page open letter to U.S.… READ MORE
Pray to whatever god you believe in!
Beyond All Religions: Syncretistic Prayer Service held in English Novus Ordo Parish
The Masonic meta-religion on display at a Novus Ordo church in England, UK
Mount Sinai, Egypt. After suffering a plague of locusts in the desert for weeks, Moses called on his apostate brother Aaron to petition the Golden Calf for an end to the pandemic, while he in turn promised to intercede with the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob for the same intention. Interreligious cooperation, the leader of the Israelite people emphasized, was necessary for the good of humanity, especially during a time of pandemic: “We all have our different religious traditions, and in times like this we have to remember we are all children of God and therefore brothers”, Moses said.… READ MORE
The spirit of Abu Dhabi is not the Holy Spirit…
Antichrist Rising: Francis calls on “All Faiths” to Pray for End to Coronavirus on May 14
The apostate Vatican establishment is taking advantage of the Coronavirus crisis to further promote its agenda for a globalist one-world religion.
On May 2, 2020, the so-called Higher Committee for Human Fraternity, an interreligious body established to help implement the apostate goals of the blasphemous Abu Dhabi declaration signed by Antipope Francis last year, called on members of all religions to pray for an end to the (real or alleged) Coronavirus pandemic, on May 14.… READ MORE
Now it’s getting interesting…
Retired Kazakh ‘Abp.’ Lenga Censured after Rejecting Francis as “Heretic” and “Antichrist”
Mr. Jan Paweł Lenga is the former Novus Ordo bishop of the diocese of Karaganda, Kazakhstan. In the past he made headlines by authoring an open letter on the crisis in the church (2015) and by co-signing the Profession of the Immutable Truths about Sacramental Marriage (2018) as well as the Declaration of the Truths relating to some of the most common Errors in the Life of the Church of our Time (2019).
Lenga retired from Karaganda in 2011 and moved to Poland, where he still resides today, in the diocese of Włocławek.… READ MORE
Laying the foundation for the Antichrist…
One Year Later: The Apostate Abu Dhabi Declaration on Human Fraternity
(WENN US / Alamy Stock Photo)
It was a year ago, on Feb. 4, 2019, that “Pope” Francis dropped the spiritual “mother of all bombs” in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. He signed a common declaration with the Muslim Grand Imam of Al-Azhar, a certain Ahmad Al-Tayyib, entitled A Document on Human Fraternity for World Peace and Living Together. In the midst of this document is found the following statement:
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Freedom is a right of every person: each individual enjoys the freedom of belief, thought, expression and action.
Fr. Frederick Faber’s warning…
What will make the Antichrist so Deceptive?
Fr. Frederick W. Faber (1814-1863) warned his flock
Although the person of the Antichrist is perhaps not yet in our world, it is clear that the mystery of iniquity that will culminate in his arrival has been at work ever since the fall of Lucifer, and has never been more active than in our own day.
In his Second Epistle to the Thessalonians, St. Paul the Apostle warned: “For the mystery of iniquity already worketh; only that he who now holdeth, do hold, until he be taken out of the way” (2 Th 2:7).… READ MORE
Francis’ favorite journalist speaks…
Eugenio Scalfari says Francis told him Jesus Christ is Not God — Vatican reacts evasively
[UPDATE 10-OCT-2019 15:19 UTC: Vatican spokesman Paolo Ruffini:“The Holy Father never said what Scalfari wrote”]
[UPDATE 09-OCT-2019 22:52 UTC: Revised post to include complete English translation of Scalfari’s article]
Forget the Amazon Synod for a minute, folks. Right now all hell is breaking loose over something that happened apart from the synod: Francis’ favorite journalist, the apostate (former Catholic turned atheist) Eugenio Scalfari, published an article in today’s edition of La Repubblica (pp. 1, 33) that is causing an earthquake around the globe.… READ MORE
Francis present at Pachamama adoration…
Golden Calf 2.0: Idolatrous Earth Goddess Worship Ceremony in Vatican Gardens
Ladies and gentlemen, the Vatican has now moved from apostasy to the next step, idolatry.
After declaring that God desires the diversity of religions, that all religions “always look toward heaven and God”, and that religious differences “are necessary”, the apostate Jesuit from Buenos Aires, Jorge Bergoglio (aka “Pope Francis”), has now hosted a syncretistic religious ceremony in the Vatican Gardens that included, beside Christian prayers, the pagan worship of Pachamama, the earth fertility goddess (also known as “Mother Earth” or “Gaia”) adored by the Incas.… READ MORE
“Peace, peace: and there was no peace” (Jer 6:14)…
Apostasy Unlimited: Francis’ Endorsement of “Peace With No Borders” in Madrid
It’s that time of the year again when representatives of all major religions of the world come together and pray for world peace “in the spirit of Assisi”.
Front and center is the Novus Ordo Sect, of course, because the pioneer of these annual interreligious prayer gatherings was the apostate Polish bishop Karol Wojtyla (aka “Pope Saint” John Paul II). He held the first such meeting on Oct. 27, 1986 in the Italian town of Assisi. The following video clip will bring back some unhappy memories:
Although these Assisi meetings have taken place annually since 1986, the “Pope” has only participated five times so far, namely, in 1986, in 1993, in 2002, in 2011, and in 2016.… READ MORE
Instilling principles of apostasy in the young…
It Takes a Village: Francis announces “Global Educational Alliance” Kickoff at Vatican
“Pope Francis launches the Global Educational Alliance initiative to shape the future of humanity by forming mature individuals who can overcome division and care for our common home”, Vatican News reports on its web site today.
People’s alarm bells should be going off immediately when the apostate from Buenos Aires threatens to “shape the future of humanity”, because that means he is going to step up his destructive efforts of inculcating his apostate Masonic-Modernist principles into unsuspecting souls.
The Vatican’s report explains further:
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The Vatican will host a meeting on 14 May 2020 in the Paul VI Hall to reflect on the theme “Reinventing the Global Educational Alliance”.
October 5 Event in Rome
The True and the False Passion of the Church:
Comments on a Public Prayer Gathering in Rome against Bergoglianism
In Italy, conservative members of the Vatican II Church are planning a gathering of public prayer for the Church at a location very close to the Vatican. It is scheduled for Oct. 5, the day before the dreaded Amazon Synod begins, and it coincides with a conference announced by Pan-Amazon Synod Watch, “Amazonia: the Stakes”, which will be held on the same day in Rome. October 5 is also the day on which Francis will create the 13 terrifying new “cardinals” that were just announced.… READ MORE
Francis to Interreligious Audience in Mozambique:
“Our Differences are Necessary”
The apostate from Buenos Aires has struck again.
A day after blowing countless tons of carbon dioxide into the air for his flight to Mozambique, “Pope” Francis spoke at an interreligious meeting with the youth in Maputo on Sep. 5. During his address he told his multi-religious audience: “Our differences are necessary.”
In what was little more than a lowest-common-denominator motivational speech using his usual Naturalist platitudes about hopes, dreams, roots, and horizons — completely devoid of anything supernatural, other than a generic “God loves you” at the end — Francis addressed an audience filled with mostly young people of all (and no) religions, especially “Christians, Muslims, and Hindus” (Rome Reports, Sep.… READ MORE