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Allowing adulterous Catholics to receive Holy Communion while living in a state of objective grave sin has now been added to the Official Acts Of The Apostolic See violating Canon 915 – Spurring multiple theologians, high level Catholic prelates,  and commentators to give honest speculation as to whether the great apostasy has begun


 The Pope doubles down on Holy Communion For Adulterers
Francis I Letter on Argentinian Communion Guidelines for Remarried Given Official Status – On OnePeterFive



Traditional Catholic news will surely be soon to switch gears to discuss as to the subject of whether our Pontiff has excommunicated himself in his last move

Few  of course will have the courage to come out and say the emperor has no cloths on – but remember how alone was John Fisher and Bishop Thomas More when the majority of the continent apostatized,  yet they were later raised to the High Altars and canonized


Argentina Is For Adulterers –

Pope Francis Promulgates Buenos Aires Guidelines Allowing Communion for Some Adulterers in AAS as his “Authentic Magisterium” On Rorate



BREAKING: Pope Declares Troubling Interpretation of AL ‘Authentic Magisterium’



On the appearance of the pope’s letter to the Argentine bishops in the Acta Apostolicae Sedis In Violation Of Canon 915

Some three months ago I predicted that Pope Francis’ letter to the Argentine bishops, approving their implementation of Amoris laetitia, would make its way into the Acta Apostolicae Sedis. Now it has. An accompanying note from Cardinal Parolin states that the pope wishes the Argentine document to enjoy “magisterial authority” and that his endorsement thereof  has the status of an “apostolic letter”.



Scholars Respond to Fastiggi, Rejecting Notion the Pope has Indirectly Answered the Dubia – OnePeterFive



The armor of God: our only protection against the coming Great Apostasy | LifeSite



APOCALYPSE NOW: The Romans Are Coming Again

The Remnant post of a relevant important Sunday Sermon that came out of  South Saint Paul. Father takes a look back to the apostasy of the Jewish leadership at the time of Christ which quickly led to the apocalypse of the total destruction of the temple and the end of their way of life. This he compares to our apostasy today and the resulting apocalypse that is clearly at hand.  Could it be THE apocalypse described by St. John in the Last Gospel? God help us all.



Patriarch Kirill, End Of The World Is Approaching

Kirill said that the events described in St John’s apocalypse “are already visible to the naked eye”.



The Great Apostasy-OBrien.docx – The_Great_Apostasy- The Full Essay By Theologian Michael OBrien.pdf



It Is Critical That We All Understand The Core Basis Of What Is The Center Of The Orthodox Defense Of This Polemic

The relativist theory of personal subjectivism that is being used to make this argument is potentially applicable to all immoral arguments and wiping away of the majority of all Catholic Doctrinal – moral social teachings

Josef Siefert gets to the heart of it but does nothing more than echo is summary what Cardinal Bradmuller , Bishop Athanasius Schneider, Cardinal Burke and many others have similarly detailed – It should be achieved and re-read by each of us – located here

Josef Seifert: Does Pure Logic Threaten to Destroy the Entire Moral Doctrine of the Catholic Church? – OnePeterFive



December 4 – Saint Osmund, founder of the Cathedral system of Church governance – On Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites



Old Sarum Cathedral

Where we are now reminds us of the J.R. Toilken’s Two Towers

Minas Morgul is a white tower, with a thin waning moon above it, in reference to its original name, Minas Ithil, the Tower of the Rising Moon. Between the two towers a Nazgul flies.

And then among the minor places of middle earth The Tower of Cirith Ungol , a watchtower on the border of Mordor .The Tower of Cirith Ungol was located high in the Mountains of The Shadow  overlooking the pass that was called Cirith Ungol – a niche carved into the stone looking eastward


From the book of the prophet Isaiah 1:21-27; 2:1-5

How has she turned adulteress,
the faithful city, so upright!
Justice used to lodge within her,
but now, murderers.
Your silver is turned to dross,
your wine is mixed with water.
Your princes are rebels
and comrades of thieves;
Each one of them loves a bribe
and looks for gifts.
The fatherless they defend not,
and the widow’s plea does not reach them.

Now, therefore, says the Lord,
the Lord of hosts, the Mighty One of Israel:
Ah! I will take vengeance on my foes
and fully repay my enemies!
I will turn my hand against you,
and refine your dross in the furnace,
removing all your alloy.
I will restore your judges as at first,
and your counselors as in the beginning;
After that you shall be called
city of justice, faithful city.
Zion shall be redeemed by judgment,
and her repentant ones by justice.

This is what Isaiah, son of Amoz, saw concerning Judah and Jerusalem.

In days to come,
The mountain of the Lord’s house
shall be established as the highest mountain
and raised above the hills.
All nations shall stream toward it;
many peoples shall come and say:
“Come, let us climb the Lord’s mountain,
to the house of the God of Jacob,
That he may instruct us in his ways,
and we may walk in his paths.”
For from Zion shall go forth instruction,
and the word of the Lord from Jerusalem.

He shall judge between the nations,
and impose terms on many peoples.
They shall beat their swords into plowshares
and their spears into pruning hooks;
One nation shall not raise the sword against another,
nor shall they train for war again.

O house of Jacob, come,
let us walk in the light of the Lord!


From Exegesis  by Saint Charles Borromeo, bishop
On this season of Advent

Beloved, now is the acceptable time spoken of by the Spirit, the day of salvation, peace and reconciliation: the great season of Advent. This is the time eagerly awaited by the patriarchs and prophets, the time that holy Simeon rejoiced at last to see. This is the season that the Church has always celebrated with special solemnity. We too should always observe it with faith and love, offering praise and thanksgiving to the Father for the mercy and love he has shown us in this mystery. In his infinite love for us, though we were sinners, he sent his only Son to free us from the tyranny of Satan, to summon us to heaven, to welcome us into its innermost recesses, to show us truth itself, to train us in right conduct, to plant within us the seeds of virtue, to enrich us with the treasures of his grace, and to make us children of God and heirs of eternal life.

Each year, as the Church recalls this mystery, she urges us to renew the memory of the great love God has shown us. This holy season teaches us that Christ’s coming was not only for the benefit of his contemporaries; his power has still to be communicated to us all. We shall share his power, if, through holy faith and the sacraments, we willingly accept the grace Christ earned for us, and live by that grace and in obedience to Christ.

The Church asks us to understand that Christ, who came once in the flesh, is prepared to come again. When we remove all obstacles to his presence he will come, at any hour and moment, to dwell spiritually in our hearts, bringing with him the riches of his grace.

In her concern for our salvation, our loving mother the Church uses this holy season to teach us through hymns, canticles and other forms of expression, of voice or ritual, used by the Holy Spirit. She shows us how grateful we should be for so great a blessing, and how to gain its benefit: our hearts should be as much prepared for the coming of Christ as if he were still to come into this world. The same lesson is given us for our imitation by the words and example of the holy men of the Old Testament.