Papal address of September 14, 1952…
Pope Pius XII on the Moral Limits of Medical Treatment
On Sep. 14, 1952, Pope Pius XII gave an address to the First International Congress on the Histopathology of the Nervous System.
In it, the Holy Father speaks to scientists and doctors about the moral limits of medical research and treatment, specifically with regard to new methods, procedures, and technologies being tried. Pope Pius also addresses the question of what rights the patient has over his own body and psyche, what rights the doctor has over the patient, and, perhaps most importantly of all, what rights the lawful public authority has over individuals in view of the common good — and doesn’t have.… READ MORE
Bp. Sanborn mops the floor with Chaos Frank…
Fraternity, World Government, and the Anti-Christ
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Great news, everyone: It is time again for a new episode of Francis Watch!
Novus Ordo Watch is pleased to sponsor this phenomenal quarterly podcast program, in which host Stephen Heiner of True Restoration analyses with his distinguished guest, Bp. Donald Sanborn, the latest chaos perpetrated by Jorge Bergoglio, the man who claims to be the head of the Catholic Church under the stage name “Pope Francis”.
The latest episode is no. 45. The full podcast can be listened to in the player below.… READ MORE
Prepare ye the way of the Antichrist…
Francis’ Encyclical Fratelli Tutti: The Highlights
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If one had to summarize Francis’ lengthy encyclical Fratelli Tutti in one single sentence, perhaps it would be: Humanity, save thyself! In 287 paragraphs, God is at best an afterthought, and man’s supernatural destiny is all but ignored. That for which we were actually created (the Beatific Vision) and the way to attain it (by means of sanctifying grace through Faith, hope, and charity, in union with the Ark of Salvation, the Roman Catholic Church), are not even hinted at.… READ MORE
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
It’s tough when your ‘Pope’ isn’t a Catholic…
Capital Chaos: Francis Adherents scramble to explain Catechism Change on Death Penalty (Part 1)
In his Letter to Priests for Holy Thursday of 1993, “Pope” John Paul II noted that the so-called Catechism of the Catholic Church he had just promulgated a few months earlier is directly linked with the Second Vatican Council: “The Catechism presents the ‘newness of the Council’, and at the same time situates it in the whole of Tradition” (source; italics removed). The Vatican II Modernists have always had success in driving their revolution forward by balancing their novelties with paying lipservice to Sacred Tradition, in continuity with which the new religion is claimed to stand.… READ MORE
Conciliar Catechism chaos…
Bergoglio’s Lethal Injection:
Chaos ensues after Francis’ Death Penalty Update
Now that a few days have passed since Francis’ little aggiornamento to the so-called Catechism of the Catholic Church, it is time for a look at the chaos his move of declaring capital punishment to be contrary to the Gospel and human dignity, has caused in Novus Ordo Land.
The word “chaos” here is no exaggeration: The reactions to the amendment reflect the entire spectrum of those who profess themselves to be Roman Catholics and acknowledge the man’s claim to be Pope as valid, from ultra-liberal to hyper-traditionalist.… READ MORE
A Catholic injection lethal to Modernism…
Episode 36 – Special Edition
“Pope” Francis and the Death Penalty
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With all the kerfuffle about Francis’ decree of Aug. 2, 2018, amending the text of the Catechism of the Vatican II religion with regard to capital punishment, host Stephen Heiner has invited Bp. Donald Sanborn and Fr. Anthony Cekada to meet for an “emergency session” to discuss the issue and its implications, such as:
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- What did Francis actually decree, and what motivated this change?
- Is this theologically sound or defensible?
- How does this square with the traditional Catholic teaching on the death penalty?
Jorge discovers “human dignity”…
Francis makes Official Change to Catechism: Death Penalty now universally “inadmissible” because an Attack on the Human Person
Breaking news from the Vatican: After nearly 2,000 years, a layman pretending to be Pope has uncovered what the Gospel “really teaches” regarding human dignity and the death penalty.
Under his stage name “Pope Francis”, the Argentinian apostate Jorge Bergoglio has decreed that a change be made to the 1997 typical edition of the Catechism of the Catholic Church, a work originally promulgated by the non-existent “apostolic authority” of the Polish apostate bishop Karol Wojtyla (stage name: “Pope John Paul II”).… READ MORE
Bergoglio the Wonderworker
Francis, Holy Thursday, and the Miracle of the Knees
On Mar. 9 of this year, after stiff-kneed Francis managed to kneel rather easily for his annual public confession stunt, we made the following prediction: “The next time Francis will be able to kneel will be on Mar. 29. That’s when he will perform the washing of politically-correct feet.”
And so it happened. Mar. 29 was Holy Thursday, and, while the rest of the world was trying to digest the developing “Hellgate” scandal, its protagonist was busy washing the feet of inmates at Rome’s Regina Caeli prison.… READ MORE
Novus Ordo Watch for your ears…
TRADCAST 021 Now Available
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In case you missed our initial announcement on March 31: We have just 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 021 consists of two separate segments. In the first, we take a critical look at some recent news headlines, comment on Francis’ curious indult granted to the Fraternity of St.… READ MORE
TRADCAST 021 (31 MAR 2018)
- Segment 1: Michael Voris and the consequences of silence; Francis’ curious pre-1955 Holy Week indult for the Fraternity of St. Peter; commentary on recent news headlines
- Segment 2: The SSPX, the Novus Ordo Sect, and the “state of necessity”; Sedevacantism and (lack of) authority; The Remnant and the upcoming “Canonization” of Paul VI
- Total run time: 1 hr 7 min
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To “avoid any misunderstanding”!
Francis rushes to clarify Shift in Authority for Liturgical Translations
What do you know! It’s amazing how quickly Francis can move to clarify something he has written when he really wants to.
On Sep. 9, 2017, the Vatican’s Chief Apostate released a motu proprio entitled Magnum Principium, in which he decreed a modification to the 1983 Code of Canon Law. The change concerns the final authority in matters of translation of liturgical texts, which Francis has now shifted away from the “Holy See” to national or regional episcopal conferences. Whereas formerly it was necessary for the Vatican to approve liturgical translations, the role of the “Holy See” is now one merely of confirming what episcopal conferences approve. … READ MORE