Speaking of blasphemy…

Francis: “Every Form of Violence inflicted upon a Woman is a Blasphemy against God”

In the past we have seen many examples of where Jorge Bergoglio — “Pope” Francis — speaks of man as if he were God, and sometimes he treats him that way too. As of Jan. 1, 2020, however, we know that he not only believes that man is God but that woman is, too.

In his New Year’s Day sermon for the Novus Ordo Feast of Mary the Mother of God — in the traditional Roman calendar, it is the Feast of the Circumcision of Christ — the Argentinian squatter occupying the Vatican’s Casa Santa Marta declared:

The rebirth of humanity began from a woman.

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Bergoglio claims calling Mary “Co-Redemptrix” is “foolishness”…

Francis denies the Co-Redemption of the Blessed Virgin Mary — but is it Catholic Doctrine?

“At the Cross her station keeping…”

Although he loves to feign a great devotion to the Most Holy Mother of God, in actual fact Jorge Bergoglio (“Pope” Francis) has as much hatred and contempt for her as he does for her Divine Son, our Blessed Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Just last week, on Dec. 9, we published a blog post giving several concrete examples of how the apostate from Buenos Aires blasphemes the Blessed Virgin Mary.

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How Francis has trashed the Mother of God…

Bergoglio blasphemes the Immaculate:
A Review of Sundry Examples

Yesterday, Dec. 8, Vatican News published a story entitled: “Pope entrusts sinners to Mary in prayer for Immaculate Conception”.

Clearly, it was time for Jorge Bergoglio (aka “Pope Francis”) to put on his Marian face again, for every so often this blaspheming apostate has to feign pious devotion to the Mother of God and other saints in order to help him keep the charade of being the Pope of the Catholic Church alive.

Are these words too harsh? By no means. The Feast of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary is a good opportunity to review some instances where Francis has publicly attacked, denied, or otherwise dishonored the Immaculate Mother of God.

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“Be not deceived, God is not mocked” (Gal 6:7)…

Sickening Blasphemous Art in German Seminary Church

The outside is beautiful: St. Michael’s Church in Würzburg, Germany

The Novus Ordo diocese of Würzburg, Germany, has many gorgeous old church buildings in its possession. They are the remnants of the true Catholic religion that was once believed, taught, and practiced there.

One such church is St. Michael’s, which is part of the diocesan seminary. It is not used for regular public Sunday “Masses” anymore. After their invalid ordinations, new Novus Ordo priests go there to make their thanksgiving. The Novus Ordo worship service is perpetrated there every Monday night for the public, according to the diocesan Wiki page.

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A clarification that doesn’t make it much better…

Follow-Up to Novus Ordo Homo “Wedding”:
Diocese explains what happened

Two days ago, we published the post “Official ‘Catholic’ Same-Sex ‘Wedding’ in Austria”, using information from the semi-trad news and commentary site GloriaTV and the Graz-Seckau diocesan web site. What to any reasonable and objective observer looked like a “Catholic” pseudo-wedding ceremony for two lesbians, was almost that but not exactly. Considered in its entirety, what took place is, in a sense, even worse.

The conservative Novus Ordo Austrian news site kath.net contacted the diocese to ask them to explain what happened, and the response they received from the diocesan spokesman, Thomas Stanzer, was translated by Life Site.

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Sodomy made into a Novus Ordo sacrament…

Official “Catholic” Same-Sex “Wedding” in Austria

[UPDATE 14-NOV-19: Follow-Up to Homo “Wedding”: Diocese explains what happened

It was bound to happen before long: Two lesbian women have “married” each other in a “Catholic wedding” at St. Margarethen Church in Wolfsberg, Austria, which belongs to the diocese of Gurk in the state of Carinthia.

Gloria TV has published a news blurb on this with numerous photos documenting the abomination:

The spiritual criminal who officiated the ceremony was “Fr.” Michael Kopp, who is himself not exactly the epitome of masculinity at least visually.

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Three weeks of rainforest theology…

Welcome to the Jungle:
Chronicling the AMAZON SYNOD

Your One-Stop Resource for All Things Pan-Amazon Synod
(October 6-27, 2019)

Official Vatican Sites

Official Documents and Videos

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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.

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“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.

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Not ‘recognize-and-resist’…

Recognize-and-OBEY is the Traditional Catholic Teaching

The sedevacantist blogger Steven Speray has recently released an important blog post we are happy to republish on this web site, with his permission. It concerns the foundational belief of those who try to be traditional Catholics while believing the “Popes” after Pius XII to be valid and true Vicars of Christ — the so-called “recognize-and-resist” position (R&R).


Pope Pius XI Squashes the Recognize-and-Resist Position

by Steve Speray (Aug. 27, 2019)

Can the faithful recognize and resist the pope? I dealt with this question in a 2015 article. However, I recently stumbled upon some teachings from Pope Pius XI that castigate the recognize-and-resist theology.

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Happy New Pentecost!

It’s the feast of the spirit of Vatican II!

Happy New Pentecost!

Some things are so absurd that it is best to leave them uncommented — photos and videos speak eloquently enough. The liturgical loony bin of Maria Geburt (Nativity of Mary) Church in Aschaffenburg, Germany, is such a case.

In 2013, the pastor of the church, Mr. Markus Krauth, published a video clip showing a “liturgical performance” for the feast of Pentecost. Few people will be able to endure this to the very end:

For those who were inspired by this profound spiritual experience, we also have a “Pentecost dance” from the same perish parish:

What you have witnessed is the perfect embodiment of the religion of the Second Vatican Council, the disastrous gathering that “Pope” John XXIII repeatedly referred to as a “new Pentecost” (see, for example, “Prayer of Pope John XXIII to the Holy Spirit for the Success of the Ecumenical Council”, in Walter Abbott, The Documents of Vatican II [New York, NY: Guild Press, 1966], p.

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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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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.”

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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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