Saturday, March 29, 2014
www.newchristorchaos.com Something seemed afoot in the last few months. In November, Monsignor Pietro Parolin, undersecretary for relations with states, was reported to have made a secret visit to China. The Vatican never denied the reports. In March, a Chinese delegation secretly had talks in the Vatican, sources confirmed. One precedent for baton diplomacy that comes to mind is a similar event that happened in the Vatican on February 20, 1988 when the now mostly-forgotten Cold War still existed. The then-Soviet Union’s Red Army Choir performed for Pope John Paul, singing, of all things, Ave Maria. It, too, was a shocker when it was announced. But on Dec 1, 1989, Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev made his historic visit to the Vatican, turning relations between the Kremlin and the Vatican on their head after some 70 years of mutual distrust. Relations between Russia and the Vatican were established in 1990 and the rest, as they say, is history. So, if music be the food of diplomacy, play on. (Can China and the Vatican make beautiful music together?) “Archbishop” Pietro Parolin played the role of “diplomat” when serving as the conciliar church’s nuncio in Venezuela, treating the Marxist tyrant Hugo Chavez with great respect as he attempted to tamp down overt criticism of the now-deceased thug on the part of some of the conciliar “bishops” in Venezuela. Parolin gave an interview last year to the “ultra-progressive” National Catholic Reporter wherein he stated his support for “liberation theology, rejecting most gratuitously, of course, any Marxist models, while downplaying he scandal of perverted clergy in his perverted and corrupted conciliar church. (See (Parolin’s last interview before taking top Vatican job.) All of this is prelude to explaining that Pietro Parolin is a fellow-traveler of Barack Hussein Obama/Barry Soetoro’s, making it very reasonable that he would mention ObamaDeathCare only “briefly” with him yesterday. It was five years ago, shortly into Obama/Soetoro’s first time as our caesar, that Parolin came to the rescue of L’Osservatore Romano editor Gian Maria Van after the latter had written that the American president was not “pro-abortion,” just “pro-choice”: “It is true we don’t share many views with the present administration on bioethical issues, but at the same time the traditional policy of the Holy See is to try to always have open channels, to follow a policy of dialogue through which you can tell people you don’t agree on certain issues, but at the same time keep on with a dialogue.” Those are the words of Msgr. Pietro Parolin, the Holy See’s Undersecretary for Relations with States and one of the Vatican’s leading diplomats. Here is the complete text of my interview yesterday with Msgr. Parolin, in which he also discusses Pope Benedict XVI’s recent trip to the Holy Land. The interview will be published in the next issue of the Register. Q. There’s been some confusion about the mixed signals coming out of the Vatican regarding President Obama — that while U.S. bishops have strongly criticized his position on life issues, L’Osservatore Romano, for example, has been offering comparatively positive assessments of the administration. Why is this? Msgr. Pietro Parolin: It’s very simple. It is true we don’t share many views with the present administration on bioethical issues, but at the same time the traditional policy of the Holy See is to try to always have open channels, to follow a policy of dialogue through which you can tell people you don’t agree on certain issues, but at the same time keep on with a dialogue. So this — in a few words — is the policy of the Holy See. Q. So bishops need to focus more on these internal issues while the Vatican is more interested on international, foreign policy issues? No, I wouldn’t say we’re not concerned about these decisions that have been taken by the administration. But this does not prevent us from having a dialogue with the administration. Is this the reason for the generally positive comments from L’Osservatore Romano on the administration? I don’t know because I was absent at that time, I was in Jerusalem when L’Osservatore Romano wrote that article. (Vatican Clarifies Obama Stance.) First of all, Gian Maria Van’s assertion five years ago that Obama/Soetoro is not a pro-abortion president was itself remarkable. I mean, what at does it take make a public official be pro-abortion? Barack Hussein Obama/Barry Soetoro supports the decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States of America in the cases of Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton, January 22, 1973. He had signed an Executive Order to restore full funding for the surgical assassination of children under all conditions by means of international “family planning” agencies outside of the United States of America with American taxpayers’ dollars almost as soon as he took office in 2009. Little babies have been killed as a result of that Executive Order, and this is to say nothing of United States Attorney General Eric Holder’s aggressive war against pro-life Americans and of the pro-abortion ObamaCare, whose implementation is being supervised by a pro-abortion, pro-perversity Catholic, United States Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius. Barack Hussein Obama/Barry Soetoro is not pro-abortion? No rational, sane Catholic can make such a statement, no less one who has been chosen by conciliar officials to be the editor of their semi-official newspaper. As to the Pietro Parolin himself, what was your comment that “It is true we don’t share many views with the present administration on bioethical issues, but at the same time the traditional policy of the Holy See is to try to always have open channels, to follow a policy of dialogue through which you can tell people you don’t agree on certain issues, but at the same time keep on with a dialogue” supposed to have meant? Excuse me, “Archbishop” Parolin? The conciliar Vatican does not “share many views with the present administration on bioethical issues”? Huh? The direct, intentional taking of innocent preborn life in a mother’s womb, whether by surgical or chemical means, is a matter of God’s Law, engraved in the human heart by means of the Natural Law and explicated clearly by Him to us in the Fifth Commandment, which, along with each of His Commandments. It is not a “view” over which people of “good will” can have legitimate disagreements. Bioethical issues? Bioethical issues? The madness of conciliarism, replete with its insanity of “dialogue” and respect for errors and false religions, is a long, long way from the clarity provided us by Pope Pius XI in Casti Connubii, December 31, 1930: “Those who hold the reins of government should not forget that it is the duty of public authority by appropriate laws and sanctions to defend the lives of the innocent, and this all the more so since those whose lives are endangered and assailed cannot defend themselves. Among whom we must mention in the first place infants hidden in the mother’s womb. And if the public magistrates not only do not defend them, but by their laws and ordinances betray them to death at the hands of doctors or of others, let them remember that God is the Judge and Avenger of innocent blood which cried from earth to Heaven.” (Pope Pius XI, Casti Connubii, December 31, 1930.) This is the language of the Catholic Church, not “dialogue” and “toleration.” How many more babies must be killed for the conciliar revolutionaries to realize that their own soul-killing liturgies and false doctrines have made it more possible for men such as Barack Hussein Obama/Barry Soetoro to rise to political prominence and to have the enthusiastic support of large numbers of Catholics? The apostasy of the conciliar ethos does indeed have consequences. Jorge Mario Bergoglio has, of course, granted numerous photograph opportunities (“photo-ops”) to one pro-abortion, pro-perversity world leader after another. Bergoglio has met with Argentine President Christine Kirchner, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff, Uruguayan President Jose Alberto Mujica Cordano, an atheist, and the pro-abortion President of Bolivia, Evo Morales, who is a former conciliar “bishop,” and French President Francois Hollande, implying that the ”better” and the more “just” world can be built upon the blood of the innocent preborn. Active support given to the execution of the innocent preborn is no impediment to receiving plaudits from Jorge Mario Bergoglio as a “champion” of “human rights” as long as they support the “poor.” As has been noted on this site so many times in the past thirteen and one-half months, Bergoglio defines this alleged “support for the poor” almost exclusively by the creation and increase of statist schemes of economic redistribution, funded by the confiscatory taxing power of the civil state, and massive programs of economic regulation that decrease legitimate personal liberties and reward donors responsible for funding the campaigns of the prevailing statists. This is what constitutes “justice” in the minds of Jorge Mario Bergoglio and Pietro Parolin, et al. Bergoglio and Parolin respect Barack Hussein Obama/Barry Soetoro. They only have a few differences with him on those “bioethical issues,” which must be couched in the very framework of “religious freedom” that made Obama/Soetoro’s election inevitable. Indeed, as was noted a short time ago on this site, Obama/Soetoro is the end product of Americanism.
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Saturday, March 22, 2014
FROM www.newchristorchaos.com Speaking the truth from a world renowned Catholic Theologian: Defect of Form? No, Defection From the Holy Faith Posted on March 20, 2014 Although work continues on my review of Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s first year as the universal public face of apostasy, it is necessary now and again to keep up with the current assaults against the Holy Faith being waged by the Argentine Apostate’s surrogates. Three of these assaults will be highlighted in what should be a reasonably short article. Well, reasonably short might be used in a comparative sense when applied to these articles. (As it turned out, this article is shorter than One Year of Visceral Revolutionary Rhetoric and Activity, part four. However, it is pretty substantial in its own right.) Teilhard de Chardin, Call Your Office First off for today is a little noticed talk that Senor Jorge’s Jesuit superior, “Father” Adolfo Nicolá, S.J., gave in Tokyo, Japan, on Friday, March 14, 2014, Ember Friday in the First Week of Lent. Jorge Mario Bergoglio believes exactly what his “Father General” does concerning the nature of what is purported to be the Catholic Faith: Religion is less a code of doctrines and teachings than a sensitivity to the “dimensions of transcendence” that underlie the human experience, the head of Pope Francis’ Jesuit order said Friday. Likening the religious experience to a person who can appreciate the intricacies and variations of classical music, Jesuit Fr. Adolfo Nicolás said “religion is first of all very much more like this musical sense than a rational system of teachings and explanations.” “Religion involves first of all a sensitivity to, an openness to, the dimensions of transcendence, of depth, of gratuity, of beauty that underlie our human experiences,” Nicolás said. “But of course, this is a sensitivity that is threatened today by a purely economic or materialist mindset which deadens this sensitivity to deeper dimension of reality.” Nicolás, who as the superior general of the Society of Jesus leads approximately 17,000 Jesuits worldwide, spoke during an event Friday through Saturday at the Pontifical Gregorian University to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Jesuit-run Sophia University in Tokyo. A former student of Sophia in the 1960s and a former provincial of the Jesuits’ Japanese province, Nicolás opened the event, “Between Past and Future, the Mission of the Catholic Church in Asia: the contribution of Sophia University.” (Jesuit head: Religion isn’t doctrine, but sensitivity to human experience.) This is a perfect description of what Jorge Mario Bergoglio believes. It is also a perfect description of what Joseph Ratzinger/Benedict XVI believes. And, of course, it is what the proto-theological evolutionist of them all, Father Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, S.J., to the core of his pantheist being. Permit me me to prove this to you.(go to his website www.newchristorchaos.com, and read the entire explanation )
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For those who have not yet mastered the navigation of this new home of Christ or Chaos, here is a listing of some recent articles: Defect of Form? No, Defection from the Holy Faith Rand Paul Channels Lee Atwater, Bob Dole, John McCain and Mitt Romney et al. Saint Joseph: Our Friend and Protector One Year of Visceral Revolutionary Rhetoric and Activity, part four Revised: Saint Patrick and the “C” Word One Year of Visceral Revolutionary Rhetoric and Activity, part three One Year of Visceral Revolutionary Rhetoric and Activity, part two One Year of Visceral Revolutionary Rhetoric and Activity, part one Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us. Saint Benedict, pray for us. Posted in About Today's New Article
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FROM newchristorchaos.com Jorge and Barack Have “Experience” Posted on March 21, 2014 Yesterday’s article, Defect of Form? No, Defection from the Holy Faith, devoted a good deal of time to “Father” Adolfo Nicola, S.J., the Father General of the Society of Jesus in its conciliar captivity. March 21, 2014, Feast of Saint Benedict of Nursia and the Commemoration of Friday in the Second Week of Lent; Commemoration also of the Holy Shroud Jorge and Barack Have “Experience” is something of a follow-up to yesterday’s article, Defect of Form? No, Defection from the Holy Faith, focusing on the fact that the two figures of Antichrist both base their “views” and “policies,” such as they are, on their own personal “experience.” This is very much after the heart of the late theological and biological evolutionist, Father Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, S.J., whose influence shines forth in the work of Bergoglio. Chardin, in turn, had been influenced by the French “philosopher,” Henri Bergson, a secular Jewish man who was accused by the Holy See of producing pantheistic writings. Bergson also influenced the late American legal positive, Oliver Wendell Holmes, whose decisions influenced none other than, yes, Barack Hussein Obama/Barry Soetoro. This is why these two figures of Antichrist are going to see pretty much eye-to-eye in six days when they meet in the Vatican as they both have learned from “experience.” A Tale of Two Benedicts and One Jorge is a slightly revised version of an article written four years ago now. Given the workload of the past few days, it was simply impossible to revise it to include more examples of Bergoglio’s serving as a conciliar contrast to the founder of Western monasticism, Saint Benedict of Nursia. Then again, this is pretty much what I am doing in the series reviewing Bergoglio’s first year in office that will see its next posting on Tuesday, March 25, 2014, the Feast of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Yesterday, March 20, 2014, Thursday in the Second Week of Lent, was the third anniversary of the death of my late father’s eldest (and only) brother, Edward, who was practicing veterinarian medicine until shortly before his death at age ninety-three. Please pray for the repose of my Uncle Ed’s immortal soul. Eternal rest grant unto him, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon him. May his soul and all of the souls of the faithful departed, through mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen. For those who have not yet mastered the navigation of this new home of Christ or Chaos, here is a listing of some recent articles:
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Tuesday, March 18, 2014
(I am posting one of the most intelligent people's blog I have ever visited, DR Thomas A Droleskey!) Excerp from www.newchristorchaos.com: May 16, 2013: Making the Edict of Milan Into a Witness for Dignitatis Humanae It was on that same day, May 16, 2013, that Jorge Mario Bergoglio attempted to make the Edict of Milan into a witness for Dignitatis Humanae, December 7, 1965: Vatican City, 16 May 2013 (VIS) – The Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople, Bartholomew I, is visiting Milan, on the occasion of the 1700th anniversary of the Edict of Milan, signed by Constantine and Licinius, respectively the emperors of the western and eastern parts of the Roman Empire, in 313. The treaty granted freedom of worship to Christians throughout the Roman Empire, putting an end to religious persecution. For his visit, Pope Francis, yesterday afternoon, sent a message—through Secretary of State Tarcisio Bertone, S.D.B., to Cardinal Angelo Scola, archbishop of Milan, with greetings to the Patriarch, the participants in the commemoration, as well as to the entire city, “for the importance given to the memory of the historic decision that, decreeing religious freedom for Christians, opened new paths to the Gospel and decisively contributed to the birth of European civilization.” In the text, the Holy Father expresses the desire that, “today as then, the common witness of Christians of the East and West, sustained by the Spirit of the Risen One, will agree to the spread of the message of salvation in Europe and the entire world and that, thanks to the foresight of civil authorities, the right to publicly express one’s faith will be respected everywhere, and that the contribution that Christianity continues to offer to culture and society in our time will be accepted without prejudice.” (Jorge’s message commemorating edict of Milan.) Only a few points need to be made about his typical concilarspeak elegy in behalf of the heresy of “religious liberty.” First, the See of Constantinople was united to the See of Saint Peter at the time of the Edict of Milan. It has been in schism from the See of Saint Peter since 1054 (yes, we are facing not only the prospect of the quincentennial of Martin Luther’s posting his ninety-five theses on the door of Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany, on October 31, 1517, but the prospect of the celebration of the Millennial anniversary of the Greek Schism in forty-one years if God does not intervene prior to that time). It is thus blasphemous and a distortion of history to contend that “Christians of the East and West” give a “common witness” today as they did seventeen hundred years ago as the Orthodox hold to various heretical propositions and are in schism from the Catholic Church. And, yes, Jorge, Catholics are supposed to take this very, very seriously. Second, the fact that there is a ”prejudice” against Christianity in Europe today is the precisely the result of the Protestant Revolutions’s overthrow of the Social Reign of Christ the King that paved the way for the triumph of the Judeo-Masonic naturalism and thus of the religious indifferentism of the modern civil state. Error and moral decay must follow in the wake of the overthrow of the Social Reign of Christ King. Yet it is that conciliarism exalts both separation of Church and State and “religious liberty” even though our true popes have warned us that men and their nations would fall into the abyss if such falsehoods became the foundation of governments and the basis of social life. Jorge Mario Bergoglio thus does not take too seriously the condemnations and prophetic warnings about separation of Church and State and religious liberty that have been referenced many times, including in May of last year in Memo To Timothy Michael Dolan: Catholics Never Say “We Used To Say”. Third, Jorge Mario Bergoglio/Francis distorts history by claiming that the Edict of Milan ushered in the conciliar concept of ”religious liberty.” Wrong. The Edict of Milan, which was issued by the Emperor Constantine in 313, granted toleration to Christianity in order to stop the persecution of Christians. It was the death-knell of paganism in the Roman Empire as Emperor Theodosius made Christianity the state religion of the empire sixty-seven years later, in the year 380. Holy Mother Church was able to emerge more freely from the catacombs following the Edict of Milan, which foreshadowed her replacing the empire as the very foundation of kingdoms and as the sole of means of human sanctification and salvation. Each of the six men who have served as the “Petrine Minister” of the counterfeit church of conciliarism has distorted both the truths of the Faith and those of history in order to rationalize their own condemned falsehoods and pastoral practices. They have shown that they did not take truth seriously at all, which is why they must believe that it must be “sought” even though the fullness of Divine Revelation is part of the very Constitution of Holy Mother Church.
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From NewChristorchaos.com May 16, 2013: No Need to Get Serious About Things, You Know Jorge Mario Bergoglio (Pope Francis)used an address Caritas International on May 16, 2013, session to berate those who want what they think is the Catholic Church to take herself “too seriously”: VATICAN CITY (CNS) — The Catholic Church needs to revive its loving and tender side, which gets lost when the church becomes too serious, Pope Francis said. The church has ended up with “deviations, sects and heresies when it got too serious, that is, when it took things here too seriously and it forgot about embracing and tenderness,” he told representatives of Caritas Internationalis — the umbrella organization of national Catholic charities around the world. The maternal, tender side of the church is a value “that the mother church cannot lose,” he said. The pope made his comments during a 45-minute informal meeting with Caritas Internationalis’ executive committee, its secretary-general, Michel Roy; and its president, Honduran Cardinal Oscar Rodriguez Maradiaga of Tegucigalpa. Regional presidents of the Vatican-based umbrella group presented summaries of the situation in their regions. Roy also presented the pope with a small basket of bread to symbolize the more than 1 billion people who go hungry in the world and to highlight a new campaign Caritas will launch this year to fight world hunger. The pope talked about 15 minutes off-the-cuff in Spanish, responding broadly to questions representatives had posed earlier. He touched on four points in his remarks: the crises plaguing the world, love, development and spirituality. “A church without charity doesn’t exist,” the pope said, thanking Caritas for its “dual dimensions” of social action and mystical, spiritual dimension. “Caritas is the church’s caress to her people,” showing tenderness and understanding toward their needs, he said, according to partial translations supplied by Vatican Radio and the Vatican newspaper, L’Osservatore Romano. “The search for truth and the study of the Catholic truth are other important dimensions of the church which are carried out by theologians” and transmitted through catechesis and exegesis. “Caritas is the love inside the mother church that approaches, embraces and loves” people, he said. (When church is too serious, it loses its loving, tender side, Bergoglio says.) Tell you what, Jorge, we don’t take you very seriously as you try to posit a false dichotomy between Holy Mother Church’s obligations to teach the immutable truths contained in the Sacred Deposit of Faith in all of their Holy Integrity and “caritas” as true love wills the good of the other, the ultimate expression of which is the salvation of his immortal soul. It is not “charitable” to leave unrepentant sinners without correct or, worse yet, to reaffirm them in their sins. It is not “charitable” to let heretics poison the minds of Catholics and non-Catholics alike. It is not “charitable” to reaffirm adherents of false religions in their falsehoods and/or to give even the slightest impression that those false religions are pleasing in the sight of the true God of Divine Revelation, the Most Blessed Trinity. It is not “charitable” to engage in “inter-religious prayer” or to treat places of false worship as “sacred” in the eyes of God. Catholics believe in the Spiritual Works of Mercy, Jorge. Here is a little review for you: To instruct the ignorant. To counsel the doubtful. To admonish sinners. To bear wrongs patiently; To forgive offences willingly; To comfort the afflicted; To pray for the living and the dead. Catholics also believe that there are nine ways that they can be accessories to the sins of others: 1. By counsel. 2. By command. 3. By consent. 4. By provocation. 5. By praise or flattery of the evil done. 6. By silence. 7. By connivance. 8. By partaking. 9. By defense of the ill done. Conciliarism is by its very false nature uncharitable as it makes a mockery of the authentic, immutable teaching that Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ by making it appear that it is somehow opposed to tenderness and mercy to follow these words that Saint Paul wrote in his Second Epistle to Saint Timothy:  I charge thee, before God and Jesus Christ, who shall judge the living and the dead, by his coming, and his kingdom: Preach the word: be instant in season, out of season: reprove, entreat, rebuke in all patience and doctrine.  For there shall be a time, when they will not endure sound doctrine; but, according to their own desires, they will heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears:  And will indeed turn away their hearing from the truth, but will be turned unto fables.  But be thou vigilant, labour in all things, do the work of an evangelist, fulfill thy ministry. Be sober. (2 Tim. 4: 1-15.) As we know all to well, Jorge Mario Bergoglio/Francis does not take this kind of “stuff” seriously. That was in the past. Saint Thomas Aquinas was just too “serious.” So were all those who attended Holy Mother Church’s true general councils, especially the Council of Florence, the Council of Trent and the [First] Vatican Council as they put the Church into a “box” wherein she is alleged to have lost her “tenderness” and “mercy” and “charity for the poor.” Well, here is what the Apostle of Charity, Saint Francis de Sales, had to say on the matter: The declared enemies of God and His Church, heretics and schismatics, must be criticized as much as possible, as long as truth is not denied. It is a work of charity to shout: “Here is the wolf!” when it enters the flock or anywhere else. (Saint Francis de Sales, Introduction to the Devout Life, part III, chap. 29) Jorge Mario Bergoglio does not take seriously, for example, the Catholic Church’s consistent condemnations of his own beliefs and actions, which are those of the conciliar revolution itself, as he promotes propositions that are contrary to right reason and Divine Revelation.
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Saturday, March 8, 2014
The following is from another blog site that I post on. The person that they are trying to demean and call names and tittle, is an Accomplished Dr of Theology, Dr Thomas A Droleskey. Notice how they try to come off as being good Catholics, and are instead the opposite. Here then is their post and my reply: [QUOTE who="Jorge the Thief"]
Droleskey is a Sedevacantist. His views of the Holy Father are non-Catholic therefore I wouldn't pay any attention to him. Same as I would ignore a Protestant's views. The Pope is still the Pope validly elected and occupies the Chair of Peter, regardless of how scandalous or silly he's acted. Worthy of our prayers as well as our criticism. Pray for him and our Church during this most difficult time. Et Cum Spiritu Tuo.[/QUOTE]
Too Bad you feel that way, he has and always will be a Devoted Catholic. Do you agree with the actions of Pope's JPII, Benedict XVI, and any Pope sitting and listening to a Voodoo Witch Doctor chanting incantations to his Godly spirits, or to be in a Synagogue and listen to a Rabbi spout out that Christ was not the Messiah ? Do you really believe that the Protestantization of the Catholic faith is good for the Catholic Church. Do you believe that the Holy Mass is a symbolic gesture and not Christ dying for us at each Mass,,and that the Catholic Priests are the only Priests empowered to change the Bread and Wine to the Body, Blood, and Divinity of Jesus Christ? Then you are nothing more than Protestants, and should be blogging on a Protestant blog,where you can spew your anti-catholic rhetoric. I was a Protestant for 5-6 Years and you fit the bill 100%. Your type of "Catholic", is one that does not believe in confession,,does not believe that missing a mass is a sin,, attends mass 4 times a year,, and believes in general confessions where you confess your sins to GOD, and the whole church goes up and received communion. It is the actions of a Pope, that define his being. Every since the second Vatican Council, ( whence the term Sedevacantist began You and Liberal fools have thrown around these terms without any idea of the beliefs of the persons you have used this term on.) Sedevacantism owes its origins to the rejection of the theological and disciplinary changes implemented following the Second Vatican Council (1962–65). Sedevacantists reject this Council, on the basis of its documents on ecumenism and religious liberty, among others, which they see as contradicting the traditional teachings of the Catholic Church and as denying the unique mission of Catholicism as the one true religion, outside of which there is no salvation.. You and your ilk would be better placed in the Church of England, (Episcopalian) than in the Catholic Church. I believe that some(not all) Bishops have become administrators of money,rather than Shepherds, caring and leading the flock through the narrow gate that leads to salvation and heaven. Have you read your Bible lately? Have you ever read Revelations? Do you even own a Bible? I guess you would term Michael Voris as being a Sedevacantist. Do you even know who he is? Have you ever gone on Youtube and listen to the "Vortex"? Do you believe that woman should be allowed to be Priests? Do you believe that Homosexual activity is not a sin? I had an Eucharistic Minister post here that he did not believe that the Catholic church should tell a woman what to do with her body,re: Abortion. Do not waste my time here, I have 7 other blogs that I handle, and I will be posting your posts there, along with my post . Try and read what Mary had said about Apostasy, and consecrating Russia in her appearance at Fatima. And if you believe you are still a 'PRACTICING CATHOLIC", GO TO CONFESSION!"
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Tuesday, March 4, 2014
(I have always loved his posts,and all true Catholic's should visit his new website, and learn your Catholic religion, and the false teachings that the Modernists are polluting the minds of young adults and your children. Here is but a short copy of one of his latest posts. Please contribute what you can for this great Catholic teacher.) NEW CHRIST OR CHAOS Many Catholics around the world have heard sermons preached in favor of evolutionism, environmentalism (including concerns about “global warming”) and feminism. In other words, many Catholics around the world have heard sermons delivered by men who believe exactly what Jorge Mario Bergoglio does, which is why the currently reigning universal public face of apostasy is so very popular with Catholics and non-Catholics alike. Consider the fact that Jorge Mario Bergoglio, while discoursing two days ago at the Cas Santa Marta on Chapter Nineteen of Saint Matthew’s Gospel, discussed the question that the Pharisees had posed to Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ (Is it lawful for a man to put away his wife for every cause?–Matthew 19: 4) without ever mentioning the simple fact that the Divine Redeemer condemned divorce, teaching us that those who divorce and remarry commit adultery:  And it came to pass when Jesus had ended these words, he departed from Galilee, and came into the coasts of Judea, beyond Jordan.  And great multitudes followed him: and he healed them there.  And there came to him the Pharisees tempting him, and saying: Is it lawful for a man to put away his wife for every cause?  Who answering, said to them: Have ye not read, that he who made man from the beginning, Made them male and female? And he said:  For this cause shall a man leave father and mother, and shall cleave to his wife, and they two shall be in one flesh. Therefore now they are not two, but one flesh. What therefore God hath joined together, let no man put asunder. They say to him: Why then did Moses command to give a bill of divorce, and to put away?  He saith to them: Because Moses by reason of the hardness of your heart permitted you to put away your wives: but from the beginning it was not so. And I say to you, that whosoever shall put away his wife, except it be for fornication, and shall marry another, committeth adultery: and he that shall marry her that is put away, committeth adultery.(Matthew 19: 1-9.) As was the case with Luther and Calvin and Henry VIII and Cranmer and Wesley and Knox and others, Jorge Mario Bergoglio, who is only following in the footsteps of Joseph Ratzinger/Benedict XVI himself (see“There’s Been This Division , which dealt with the press reports of Walter “Cardinal” Kasper’s address to the consistory of conciliar “cardinals” on Friday, February 21, 2014, and Novus Ordo Watch’s Father Ratzinger’s 1972 Article on Divorced and Remarried Catholics), simply ignores those parts of Sacred Scripture and Sacred Tradition he believes are “too harsh” for the Catholics of “today.” Remember, the conciliar liturgical revolutionaries, who boast of including almost the entirety of Holy Writ in the triennial cycle of Sunday readings and biennial cycle of weekday readings, saw fit to exclude Saint Paul’s condemnation of homosexual and lesbian behavior contained in Chapter One of his Epistle to the Romans: Wherefore God gave them up to the desires of their heart, unto uncleanness, to dishonour their own bodies among themselves. Who changed the truth of God into a lie; and worshipped and served the creature rather than the Creator, who is blessed for ever. Amen. For this cause God delivered them up to shameful affections. For their women have changed the natural use into that use against which is their nature. And in like manner, the men also, leaving the natural use of the women, have burned in their lusts one towards another, men with men working that which is filthy, and receiving in themselves the recompense which was due to their error.
Posted by itzik janowitz at 1:20 PM
Excerpts from Pope Francis' meeting with the council of Bishops: From where I read, the Bishop and Pastor have failed miserably. They have become more "politically correct" managers, rather than Shepherds and teachers of the faith. They may make grand speeches, but have failed to carry on the teachings of Christ, as handed down through Saint Peter our first Pope, and from the 12 Apostles. The Bishops and the Pastors have failed to carry on the traditions of the church and have followed an appeasement of the flock, and have followed the flock, instead of leading them through the narrow gate that leads to salvation. They have destroyed our rich history and tradition, and have lead them to become Protestants instead of Catholics. The teaching of " as long as it is done with love, it is not a sin", is pure Protestantism (I know as I had been one for 5-6 years), or that everyone gets into Heaven. It is why why St Chisholm said "the floor of hell is lined with the skulls of BISHOPS' Here is the video of his speech before the council of Bishops: Too many of so called Catholics,will not wish to listen to this, as they like their "I go to mass when I feel like it, or for the important catholic holidays like Christmas and Easter". Playing ostrich and putting your head in the sand will not save you, lifting up your hearts to GOD through Jesus, Mary and Joseph, WILL. http://www.visnews-en.blogspot.com/2014/02/the-pope-defines-mission-of.html Dominus Vobiscum
Posted by itzik janowitz at 6:45 AM