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We Have A Formal Intervention Against The Heresy Of German Bishops Conference And A Requested Ruling From Rome

Cardinal Rainer Woelki of Cologne Germany and seven German Bishops ask for Rome’s intervention

German bishops ask Vatican to intervene on Communion for Protestants proposal | CatholicHerald.co.uk


Prof. Roberto De Mattei: Pope Francis and the Eternal Destiny of Souls – On Rorate ( Traduzione Corrispondenza Francesca Romano)


Cdl. Burke Pleads for Papal Clarity – On CMTV


Cardinal Burke: Pope Francis is ‘increasing the confusion’ (FULL INTERVIEW) | News | LifeSite


Cdl Burke: Correct the Pope in order to Obey Christ – OnePeterFive


As you know Italian Masonry claims Pope Francis as one of its own and announced plea for his support in 2013

Grand Lodge of Italy Proposes Union with Bergoglio


Brazilian Bishop speaks at Masonic lodge – On TIA’s Church Revolution In Photos Page

Here the Bishop stripped himself of his robes of Office before becoming a formal and a material heretic

Notice the arrangement of the chairs, table altar, banner, and podium , still as it was in their order (in recorded paintings and black and white photos) several hundred years ago –

Does it look familiar to a Novus Ordo Church ?! No…it’s just a coincidence


The Masonic plot against the Catholic Church by James W. Bannister, B.A.,LL.B. – On The Fatima Network


Brazil, Africa, Germany… Geography of a Church in Pieces -Magister On
Settimo Cielo – L’Espresso


What does the Pope carry in his pockets? – An image both he and the lodges of the grand orient calls “the defeat of God” – Watch it for yourself – On YouTube (Existentialism, and the denial of eternal punishment)


2009 ‘Christ did not die for the sins of the people’: Head of German Catholic Bishops Conference on TV | News | LifeSite


Beware of Priests in Pastel Shirts – By Christopher Ferrara On The Fatima Network


NO HELL BELOW US? (Staying Catholic Despite Pope Francis) – The Remnant Newspaper- On YouTube

Down in the catacombs, Michael Matt comments on Pope Francis’s latest heretical bombshell whereby he reportedly told his good friend, atheist journalist Eugenio Scalfari, that there is no hell. Vatican damage control notwithstanding, millions around the world now believe the Roman Pontiff rejects an infallibly defined dogma of the Catholic Church on the existence of Hell. As this was reported on Holy Thursday many are listening for the cock to crow. So now what? Using Mary Magdalene as model, Michael lays out a plan for what we might do to keep the old Faith despite Pope Francis and the Modernist revolution in the Catholic Church


Former Prophesy

Two Popes, Two Churches. The “Fake News” of Francis and Benedict’s Big No – Magister On Settimo Cielo  – L’Espresso


Hugh Fitzgerald: Pope Francis Chastises the World’s Christians – On Robert Spencer Site


Argument of the Month Club – Debate On Complying To The New Catholic Religion Or Be Crushed For Standing Hard For Orthodoxy – Anchored By Michael Matt


The Protestant Circus That Novus Ordo Mass Has Become – Palm Sunday Catholic Mass Dancing – On gloria.tv


An Open Letter to Pope Francis from a ‘Bold’ Youth On The Traditional Mass



Pope Honorius IV – On Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites


The king even sent a hostile fleet to the Roman coast and destroyed the city of Astura by fire. Charles of Salerno, the lawful King of Sicily, who was still held captive by the Sicilians, finally grew tired of his long captivity and signed a contract on 27 February, 1287, in which he renounced his claims to the Kingdom of Sicily in favour of James of Aragon and his heirs. Honorius IV, however, who was asked for his approval, refused to listen to such an unprincipled act, which surrendered the rights of the Church and of the House of Anjou to refractory rebels

King James II of Aragon, also called King of Sicily

Happy Easter Thursday ___________________________________________________________________

From the Jerusalem Catecheses  Baptism is a symbol of Christ’s passion

You were led down to the font of holy baptism just as Christ was taken down from the cross and placed in the tomb which is before your eyes. Each of you was asked, “Do you believe in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit?” You made the profession of faith that brings salvation, you were plunged into the water, and three times you rose again. This symbolized the three days Christ spent in the tomb.

As our Savior spent three days and three nights in the depths of the earth, so your first rising from the water represented the first day and your first immersion represented the first night. At night a man cannot see, but in the day he walks in the light. So when you were immersed in the water it was like night for you and you could not see, but when you rose again it was like coming into broad daylight. In the same instant you died and were born again; the saving water was both your tomb and your mother.

Solomon’s phrase in another context is very apposite here. He spoke of a time to give birth, and a time to die. For you, however, it was the reverse: a time to die, and a time to be born, although in fact both events took place at the same time and your birth was simultaneous with your death.

This is something amazing and unheard of! It was not we who actually died, were buried and rose again. We only did these things symbolically, but we have been saved in actual fact. It is Christ who was crucified, who was buried and who rose again, and all this has been attributed to us. We share in his sufferings symbolically and gain salvation in reality. What boundless love for men! Christ’s undefiled hands were pierced by the nails; he suffered the pain. I experience no pain, no anguish, yet by the share that I have in his sufferings he freely grants me salvation.

Let no one imagine that baptism consists only in the forgiveness of sins and in the grace of adoption. Our baptism is not like the baptism of John, which conferred only the forgiveness of sins. We know perfectly well that baptism, besides washing away our sins and bringing us the gift of the Holy Spirit, is a symbol of the sufferings of Christ. This is why Paul exclaims: Do you not know that when we were baptized into Christ Jesus we were, by that very action, sharing in his death? By baptism we went with him into the tomb.