Mocking the Papacy since time immemorial…

That ’60s Show: “Saint” Paul VI wears Wicker Tiara

Now that the current papal impostor in Vatican City has declared “Pope” Paul VI (1963-78) a “Saint” to be venerated and imitated by the entire Vatican II Church, it’s not a bad idea to take a look at some of the shenanigans the man otherwise known as Giovanni Battista Montini has made headlines for.

The December 12, 1969 edition of The Guardian, then the official newspaper of the diocese of Little Rock, Arkansas, featured the photograph shown above. The caption reads:

Pope Paul Gets A Laugh

Hilarity erupted recently as Pope Paul VI put on a wicker mitre, during a visit by seminarians from the Propaganda Fide College.

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“…make not the house of my Father a house of traffic” (Jn 2:16)

“Cardinal” Barbarin turns Church into Restaurant for World Day of the Poor

Since there hasn’t been enough sacrilege and desecration in (formerly) Catholic churches throughout France since the 1960s, the Archlayman of Lyon, “Cardinal” Philippe Barbarin, decided to help out a bit.

On Sunday, Nov. 18, 2018, on the occasion of the Vatican-created World Day of the Poor, the Modernist pseudo-shepherd invited 700 needy people to a professionally-catered luncheon inside the beautiful church of St. Bonaventure in Lyon. No, we’re not talking about the vestibule or some attached room for social gatherings — we’re talking about the nave (central portion of the church).

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They think this honors him…

Francis as a Gargoyle:
Cologne Cathedral now features “Papal” Grotesque

Photo credit: Herbert Bucco

No, this is not fake news. This is not a Halloween joke. You couldn’t make it up if you got paid to: The Cathedral of St. Peter in Cologne, Germany, has added a new gargoyle to its facade, and it represents none other than the world’s chief apostate, Mr. Jorge Bergoglio, otherwise known by his stage name, “Pope Francis.”

Usually gargoyles are made in the form of notorious sinners, demons, or animals. A standard dictionary definition is: “a grotesquely carved figure of a human or animal”, and “a spout, terminating in a grotesque representation of a human or animal figure with open mouth, projecting from the gutter of a building for throwing rain water clear of a building” (source). 

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Shows the spiritual maturity of Vatican II…

Francis endorses Latin American “Youth Cross”

What you see above is the official cross of the Pastoral Juvenil Latinoamericana (Latin American Youth Ministry). Yesterday, Oct. 17, it was presented at the Vatican during the Youth Synod that is taking place there until Oct. 28, and Francis wasted no time putting it around his neck. The following photo was published on the Synod 2018 Facebook page:

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This “youth cross” exudes all the spiritual maturity of a toddler — it looks like it was put together by a two-year-old playing with foam play mats.

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Why you’re not Novus Ordo anymore, example no. 829

An Ode to Francis:
Irish Singer gushes over Bergoglio

Later this month, the man most people in the world believe to be the Pope of the Catholic Church will be traveling to Dublin, Ireland on the occasion of the World Meeting of Families congress that will be held there from Aug. 21-26. One attendee who will be particularly excited about his arrival on the Emerald Isle is Emily Clarke, an Irish singer who has written a veritable ode to Jorge Bergoglio.

A video of Clarke performing her song inside a very traditional-looking Novus Ordo church has been published on YouTube, and you can watch it here:

The overall performance is grotesque.

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The Fun Church strikes again…

Crowd-Surfing of newly-ordained Dominican Novus Ordo Priest in Poland

Today the following video clip was posted on Twitter by the account @ParmeJeanne:

The text accompanying this brief clip reads: “How newly ordained priests exit the sacristy in Poland @Dominican_Order”. The location was indicated as Krakow, Poland. The actual tweet can be accessed here.

Although the ordination of the man in question must definitely be considered invalid (see reasons why here), that’s not the point. The point is that they all believe him to be a valid priest, “another Christ” (alter Christus), “a priest for ever according to the order of Melchisedech” (Ps 109:4).

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They’ve lost it completely…

Novus Ordo Priest wears Headscarf during “Mass” to protest alleged Discrimination against Muslim Women

You couldn’t make this up if you got paid to: In the town of Aalen, Germany, a Novus Ordo priest just celebrated the Modernist worship service on Pentecost Sunday while wearing a headscarf.

The “Catholic priest” in question is Mr. Wolfgang Sedlmeier, who is pastor of several churches in the town of Aalen in the diocese of Rottenburg-Stuttgart. The scarf he wore during “Mass” is (or was intended to look like) a so-called hijab, which is worn by many Muslim women and not an uncommon sight in Germany.

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The sacred and the profane…

Rock Concert profanes Historic Catholic Shrine in Germany

The Novus Ordo Sect in Germany has once again managed to desecrate a beautiful traditional Catholic church building. This time, the place to be profaned was the historic Shrine of the Visitation (Wallfahrtskirche Maria Heimsuchung) in Klausen, a small town in the state of Rhineland-Palatinate. As a place of pilgrimage, the historic site goes back to the late 1400s. More information, including plenty of photos, can be found at the following links:

On Friday, March 16, 2018, this beautiful church was profaned by a concert of the pelvis-swinging German rock/pop singer Guildo Horn (b.

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Novus Ordo “High” Mass?

Flying Monstrance:

“Eucharistic” Drone Delivery in Brazilian Novus Ordo Parish

The absuridty, impiety, sacrilege, and wickedness of the Vatican II Sect knows no bounds. The following video was taken at São Geraldo Majella (St. Gerard Majella) church in Sorocaba, Brazil, located in the “archdiocese” of Sorocaba. It is staffed by Novus Ordo Redemptorist presbyters:

For those unable to play the video: The Novus Ordo version of the Blessed Sacrament (mere bread and wine because invalid due to defect of form, sometimes defect of matter, and almost always defect of valid minister), enclosed in a monstrance, is lifted off the ground by a remote-controlled drone at the entrace of the church.

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Idiotic logo meets false theology…

Pokémon at the Vatican:
The Youth Synod’s Preliminary Meeting

One can only face-palm at the aesthetic junk that emanates from the Vatican II Sect, which is a perfect mirror of its disastrous theology. With a logo apparently being needed for every significant event, here is the one they put together for their pre-synod meeting with the youth, which is currently taking place in Rome:

The question that inevitably arises is: What in the world is this? Four Poké Balls decorating a Christmas tree? Billiard balls caught in a ventilator? …Or what?? Like with many other Novus Ordo logos and emblems, this image too is just screaming spiritual maturity and sophisticated theology, isn’t it?

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Explicit blasphemy in “Catholic” newspaper…

Italian Novus Ordo Paper publishes Blasphemous Comic showing St. Mary Magdalen slapping Jesus Christ

The infernal Modernist Sect currently occupying Vatican City is becoming bolder and bolder in its apostasy, blasphemy, immorality, and impiety. The Italian Novus Ordo daily Avvenire, which is owned by the country’s so-called “Catholic bishops”, has been running a comic strip called “Hello, Jesus!”, in which the Second Person of the Most Holy Trinity, our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, is irreverently displayed as a cartoon character and thus put on a level with Dilbert, Garfield, and Bullwinkle. The author-artist of the cartoon series is Sergio Staino, who “is a member of the Union of Rationalist Atheists and Agnostics” (source).

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The Fun Church strikes again!

“Fools’ Mass” in Aachen celebrates Joy of Carnival

One of these three is not a Novus Ordo priest…

It’s that time of the year again: While real Catholics observe the subdued pre-Lenten season of Septuagesima to prepare for the forty holy days of penance known as Lent, the Novus Ordo Sect rolls out its jolly “Fools’ Masses” (Narrenmessen) again, at least in Europe.

A new low has been reached in an abombinable spectable that just took place this past Sunday, Feb. 4, at St. Gangolf church in Heinsberg, Germany, part of the diocese of Aachen.

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Rock’n’Roll Damnation

On the Highway to Hell:

Satanic Rock Band Co-Founder gets Novus Ordo Funeral in Sydney Cathedral

Just because you are the co-founder, guitarist, and songwriter of a satanic rock band and persevere in this until God calls you to judgment, doesn’t mean you cannot get a “Catholic” funeral in the Vatican II Sect.

This is evident in the case of Malcolm Young, co-founder of AC/DC, the infamous Australian hard rock band that has perverted the souls of generations since its inception in 1973 with such songs as Highway to Hell, Back in Black, Sin City, Hard as a Rock, Rock’n’Roll Damnation, and Hells Bells (caution!

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How’s that for the “mark of the beast”!

BEAST:

Novus Ordo “Be A Saint” Campaign uses telling Acronym

You can’t make this stuff up: A prominent Novus Ordo adherent has launched an apparel campaign with a logo that is supposedly meant to encourage people, especially youth, to become saints. The acronym the campaign is using as the logo for its apparel is — we kid you not — “BEAST”. It is allegedly short for “Be A Saint”, i.e. “Be A St.” The logo is displayed above.

The celebrity co-founder of the BEAST campaign is Luke Vercollone, an American soccer player, who is described on the official web site as a “practicing Catholic with a passion for the Bible, ecumenism and Christian unity” (source).

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Darkness over Fatima…

False Lights at Fatima:
Basilica Facade profaned with Light Show

[UPDATE 25-OCT-2017: Replaced original images and video with better-quality media]

The pre-announced profanation of the facade of the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary at Fatima, Portugal, took place as scheduled. On Oct. 12, 13, and 14, an elaborate multimedia light show called Fátima — Tempo de Luz (“Fatima — Time of Light”) was projected onto the facade of the traditional church building consecrated to the worship of God in October of 1953.

Details concerning this light show were included in our Oct. 9 post announcing the event:

Here is a video clip made of the 13-minute spectacle as it was performed on Oct.

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