Francis says controversial statues have been recovered, will be used at Synod Closing in St. Peter’s Basilica [UPDATED]
[UPDATE 26-OCT-2019 00:03 UTC: Vatican Media releases Francis’ statement — find full text and links with more coverage and updated details at end of post]
Breaking news from the Rorate Caeli blog, everyone. The following was just posted on the popular recognize-and-resist blog, which, despite its faulty theological position, is nevertheless highly reliable in terms of reporting news:
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At the end of Synod works this Friday, Francis spoke on the pagan idols that were being displayed at various Synod events and permanently at various altars at the church of Santa Maria in Traspontina, near the Vatican.
Pachamama’s got competition…
Time for Diwali: Vatican promotes Idolatry in Message to Hindus
The idols Lakshmi (left) and Ganesh are worshipped by Hindus on Diwali
Enough digital ink has been spilled on the Pachamama worship in and around the Vatican — it’s time we looked at what other idolatries the inglorious pack of Roman apostates likes to promote. Such as Hinduism, for example.
Frequent visitors to this blog will remember the following story we published this past summer:
Now the Vatican has doubled down. In its newly-released message to Hindus for the feast of Diwali (aka Deepavali), which is celebrated from Oct.… READ MORE
Unidentified man takes action…
Amazon Synod Pachamama Idols Thrown into Tiber River in Rome [Updated with Reactions]
[UPDATE 22-OCT-2019 22:59 UTC: Reactions added at end of post]
Breaking news from Rome, everyone: Some courageous soul has decided there’s been enough dialogue and bridge building and it’s now time for some action: The disgusting Pachamama idols that had popped up in the church of Santa Maria in Traspontina and that Francis had blessed in the Vatican Gardens on Oct. 4 in connection with the ongoing Amazon Synod, have been removed by an as-yet unidentified individual and cast into the Tiber river.… READ MORE
The Eco-Religion advances…
Francis publishes Book on “Our Mother Earth”
While there is a perpetual debate raging on the precise identity of the bizarre carved image that was worshipped in the Vatican Gardens under Francis’ nose on Oct. 4 and keeps appearing at outrageous events (caution!) connected with the Amazon Synod in Rome, the Vatican has announced the release of a new book by their Dear Leader, the Jesuit apostate Jorge Bergoglio, also known by his stage name, “Pope Francis.”
The title of the book is: Our Mother Earth: A Christian Approach to the Environmental Challenge (original: Nostra Madre Terra: Una Lettura Cristiana della Sfide dell’Ambiente).… READ MORE
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.… READ MORE
Introducing: green apostasy!
Nature Worship, Spiritism, Indigenous Liturgy:
Get ready for the Amazon Synod!
He’s ready — are you?!
If the preparatory document just released for the upcoming Amazon Synod is any indication, then the last few synods that caused chaos in the Vatican II Church were small potatoes. Communion for adulterers? Situation ethics? Sin as an imperfect participation in virtue? The youth as a privileged place of God’s revelation? You will wish to return to those topics if what’s on the Amazon Synod agenda will actually be implemented.
Officially called the Special Assembly of the Synod of Bishops for the Pan-Amazon Region, the Vatican has put up a special web site dedicated to the event:
This past Monday, June 17, the Roman Modernists released the full text of the synod’s Instrumentum Laboris, as the working document is formally called, accompanied by a press conference to introduce it.… READ MORE
Move over, Harry Potter…
It’s a Stang: Francis opened Vatican Youth Synod with Sorcerer’s Staff
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A few days ago we reported on Francis’ opening of the Youth Synod in the Vatican, which is scheduled to conclude on Oct. 28. The pastoral staff, called a ferula, that Francis used represented a new low in post-Vatican II liturgical absurdity. We commented that it looked like a hybrid between a slingshot and a barbecue fork, and indeed it does. However, research by others has now brought to light that this “thing” is more than just another Modernist piece of junk — in fact, it is downright Satanic.… READ MORE
Any similarities are pure coincidence…
Iceland’s New Temple to Norse Gods looks like Novus Ordo Church
Credit: Magnus Jensson
We have often mentioned that Novus Ordo churches look like pagan temples, and today we can report that pagan temples also look like Novus Ordo churches.
In February of 2015 it was announced that Iceland was getting ready to build its first temple to the country’s historic Pagan gods in more than 1,000 years. These plans are beginning to take on concrete shape now. As the Nordic edition of Business Insider reports, a new idolatrous temple is being erected on behalf of the Asatru Society (Hof Ásatrúarfélagsins) for the worship of Odin and Thor, two of the gods of Norse mythology.… READ MORE
That explains a lot…
Francis: “I don’t go to the Doctor, I go to the Witch!”
(image: Sipa USA via AP)
[UPDATE 15-JAN-2018 21:38 UTC: Not funny! Turns out Bergoglio’s Doctor is a Taoist practicing Reiki]
Francis is currently aboard the “papal” airplane on his way to Chile and Peru, where he will spend a few days doing what he does best: talk, hug, and receive the adulation of the crowds. Speaking to the members of the press accompanying him on his trip, the “Pope” today delivered yet another contribution to our ever-growing “You can’t make this stuff up” stack of files.… READ MORE
“In whose hands are iniquities: their right hand is filled with gifts” (Ps 25:10)
Life of Buddha: Francis gifts Manuscript celebrating Paganism to President of Myanmar
(image credit: Servizio Fotografico Vaticano / used with permission)
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Beware of 21st-century Jesuits bearing gifts!
When Francis visited the Asian nation of Myanmar in late November, he gave, as is customary, a diplomatic gift to the country’s president, who is the official host; and, being the guest, he received one in return. President Htin Kyaw, who is a Buddhist, gave Francis a set of porcelain wares and also a painting of the Lord Jesus Christ.… READ MORE
The Catechism of Vatican II
The Catechism of the Conciliar Cult:
25 Years of the Modernist Catechism of the Catholic Church
This past October 11 was not just the 55th anniversary of the opening of the Second Vatican Council, it also marked the 25th anniversary of the promulgation of the Novus Ordo Sect’s universal catechism, officially called the Catechism of the Catholic Church. Its full text can be found in numerous languages on the Vatican web site.
On Oct. 11, 1992, “Pope” John Paul II used the full weight of his supposed “apostolic authority” to impose upon his followers the first official full-size doctrinal compendium of the Novus Ordo religion.… READ MORE
“I can’t believe it’s not Catholic!”
Francis stands up for the Rights of Tradition!
—Pagan Tradition, of course!
Original caption: “Pope Francis met with a group representing indigenous peoples on February 15, 2017 at the Vatican, speaking to them about the need to ‘reconcile the right to development, both social and cultural, with the protection of the particular characteristics of indigenous peoples and their territories’. The representatives are participating in the Indigenous Peoples’ Forum hosted in Rome by the UN’s International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD). The biennial meeting aims to promote greater economic empowerment of indigenous peoples.” Photo by Sipa USA (Sipa via AP Images)
No matter what happens in or around the city of Rome, you can bet your bottom dollar that Francis has something to say about it — unless it happens to be the 100th anniversary of the death of Pope Saint Pius X, or a set of dubia exposing his heretical claptrap is given him — then he mysteriously discovers the beauty of silence.… 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
Exclusive Internet Reprint
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