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A Report From Hell: Seine Saint-Denis (Part Five)

France has, after all, been open to the world. It has welcomed millions of other, non-Muslim migrants — refugees from the Spanish Civil War in the 1930s, Portuguese workers in the 1950s, Italian miners throughout the 20th century, and more recently, Latin Americans, Chinese, Vietnamese, Christians from black Africa and the Caribbean, Hindus, Buddhists, even Americans — without any of those migrants causing the problems that arise with Muslim immigrants, not just in France, but all over Europe.


The Two Souls of the Yellow Gilets – Professor Roberto De Mattei With Contributor Francesca Romana – On Rorate Caeli

From the historical-political viewpoint, both these concepts originate with the French Revolution, which marked the end of Christian civilization, and the rise of a “profane” political space. 

The immigrants of the first, second and third generations were absent from a revolt that had the rejection of immigration among its objectives – but they won’t stay silent for long. The future scenario that sees the gilets jaunes as protagonists, appears  destined to be overlapped with that suggested by Laurent Obertone in his visionary novel:  Guerilla: Le jour où tout s’embrasa (tr. it. Signs Publishing 2017). While the  Fifth Republic is revealing its vulnerability, the piazzas ready to explode in France are now two: the multicultural one and the sovereign-populist one. And if France explodes, Europe explodes. 


The Epopee of St. Joan of Arc – The History Of The Political-Religious Panorama in France by Cunha Alvarenga On TIA


If the French cave to Islamic influence, they can forget about equality and liberty | LifeSite


La Catholique Hymn – Of The French Counter-Revolution – On TIA


Pro-Muslim English bishops voice solidarity with EU Islamic Immigrants in U.K.  Settlement Scheme / News / Home / Catholic News – The Catholic Church for England and Wales


The Lutheran leaders threaten to join forces with the Muslims – On Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites


Progressivist ‘Simplification’ of the Mass Inspired by Luther – Dialogue Mass XXXVII – Dr Carol Byrne

The fruits of the Mass  The doctrine that the Mass produces “fruits” – that it brings both spiritual and temporal benefits to the faithful present and those for whom they pray – was rejected by the Protestant heretics as a superstitious fable. It was their way of attacking the Church’s role in the dispensation of grace. Instead of upholding the impetratory value of the Mass on the grounds that it is Christ Who acts in it and is unfailingly heard by the Father, Jungmann joined with the Protestants in ridiculing it.

Jungmann ridicules the efficacious value of the Mass A whole section of his history of the Mass is devoted to a series of medieval caricatures in the form of anecdotal satire, i.e., “funny stories” intended to raise a few laughs at the expense of traditional Catholic piety. (5) Thus, according to Jungmann, it was popularly believed that “during the time one hears Mass one does not grow older… after hearing Mass one’s food tastes better” etc. (6)

But he made no attempt to put any of this into its proper context, ignoring the centuries-old tradition of Catholic piety, which has been in the Church since the time of the early Fathers but which has been jettisoned by the Liturgical Movement. For example, the mention of not growing any older was explained by St. Leonard of Port Maurice as a reference to a sort of spiritual youthfulness experienced by those who hear Mass devoutly. (7)


Scriptures On The Catholic Teaching On – JUSTIFICATION -Faith And Works – Quite Opposite Of The Unscriptural Nature of What Protestantism Teaches


  1. Jesus and Apostles Teach that Works are Necessary for Justification


The Two Guadalupes – Mary and The Crescent Moon – On OnePeterFive

Tariq Ibn Ziyad and the armies of Islam invaded Spain in 711 AD. They embarked on a reign of terror which included not only the complete military conquest of the Iberian peninsula by 718, but the destruction and transformation of many churches into mosques, and the conversion at the point of a sword of many Catholics to Islam. Faithful Catholics — priests, religious, and laity alike — attempted to preserve their sacred places and objects as much as possible from Islam’s destruction. The Church where this ancient statue of Mary was located was destroyed and turned into a mosque along with everything in it.

Everything, that is, except the statue.

It was said that a few Catholics took the statue and hid it in an iron casket in the banks of the nearby Guadiana River, also known as the Wolf River, or in Latin, lupe. However, none could verify the story. The Extremadura province was a hotbed of fighting for centuries between Catholics and Muslims, and when the Muslims controlled the area, they kept the name given by the Spanish but referred to the local river as a wadi, or oasis. Hence, the river and the surrounding area came to be known as wadi lupe, or Guadalupe.

The statue’s story drifted away into history and legend for six centuries. The Extrama


Vatican’s #1 Priority Calls for ‘Urgent Action’ to Stop Climate Change


The final conversion of the Catholic Church is now underway to change what is left from the evangelizing counter reformation Church militant into Globalism’s activist arm Social justice and advocate of changes in structures of government to Socialism

Vatican emphasizes addressing migration’s root causes And calls for proper integration in migrants’ host countries

First Dialogue: Promoting Action on the Commitments of the GCM


New Study Records Islamization Process in Ancient Christian Lands – By Casey Chalk  On Crisis Magazine


 The Fetishization of Islam in the West – Robert Spencer’s Site


Professor Roberto de Mattei on how to resist Pope Francis’ ‘paradigm shift’ – On Professor Roberto de Mattei’s Site


Crisis in the Church: a Historical Perspective -On Professor – Roberto de Mattei’s Site


December 13 – The girl named Lucy, opposite of Lucifer – On Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites


Panel depicting the martyrdom of St. Lucy By-_Quirizio_da_Murano


 Byzantine Rite Our Lady of Guadalupe standing atop both the half moon and the serpent – Saint Juan Diego pray for us 

Like the large and venomous snake below, the action of the secret forces is camouflaged everywhere in society. The the naive don’t see the danger, and don’t believe in a conspiracy against Christendom. {photo credits National Geographic, August 2004}

From the book of the prophet Isaiah 26:7-21 The song of the just. The promise of new life

The way of the just is smooth; the path of the just you make level. Yes, for your way and your judgments, O Lord, we look to you;

Your name and your title are the desire of our souls. My soul yearns for you in the night, yes, my spirit within me keeps vigil for you; When your judgment dawns upon the earth, the world’s inhabitants learn justice.

The wicked man, spared, does not learn justice; in an upright land he acts perversely, and sees not the majesty of the Lord. O Lord, your hand is uplifted, but they behold it not;

Let them be shamed when they see your zeal for your people: let the fire prepared for your enemies consume them. O Lord, you mete out peace to us, for it is you who have accomplished all we have done.

O Lord, our God, other lords than you have ruled us; it is from you only that we can call upon your name. Dead they are, they have no life, shades that cannot rise; For you have punished and destroyed them, and wiped out all memory of them.

You have increased the nation, O Lord, increased the nation to your own glory, and extended far all the borders of the land. O Lord, oppressed by your punishment, we cried out in anguish under your chastising.

As a woman about to give birth writhes and cries out in her pains, so were we in your presence, O Lord. We conceived and writhed in pain, giving birth to wind; Salvation we have not achieved for the earth, the inhabitants of the world cannot bring it forth.

But your dead shall live, their corpses shall rise; awake and sing, you who lie in the dust. For your dew is a dew of light, and the land of shades gives birth.

Go, my people, enter your chambers, and close your doors behind you; Hide yourselves for a brief moment, until the wrath is past.

See, the Lord goes forth from his place, to punish the wickedness of the earth’s inhabitants; The earth will reveal the blood upon her, and no longer conceal her slain.

From the book On Virginity by Saint Ambrose, bishop You light up your grace of body with your splendor of soul

You are one of God’s people, of God’s family, a virgin among virgins; you light up your grace of body with your splendor of soul. More than others you can be compared to the Church. When you are in your room, then, at night, think always on Christ, and wait for his coming at every moment.

This is the person Christ has loved in loving you, the person he has chosen in choosing you. He enters by the open door; he has promised to come in, and he cannot deceive. Embrace him, the one you have sought; turn to him, and be enlightened; hold him fast, ask him not to go in haste, beg him not to leave you. The Word of God moves swiftly; he is not won by the lukewarm, nor held fast by the negligent. Let your soul be attentive to his word; follow carefully the path God tells you to take, for he is swift in his passing.

What does his bride say? I sought him, and did not find him; I called him, and he did not hear me. Do not imagine that you are displeasing to him although you have called him, asked him, opened the door to him, and that this is the reason why he has gone so quickly; no, for he allows us to be constantly tested. When the crowds pressed him to stay, what does he say in the Gospel? I must preach the word of God to other cities, because for that I have been sent. But even if it seems to you that he has left you, go out and seek him once more.

Who but holy Church is to teach you how to hold Christ fast? Indeed, she has already taught you, if you only understood her words in Scripture: How short a time it was when I left them before I found him whom my soul has loved. I held him fast, and I will not let him go. How do we hold him fast? Not by restraining chains or knotted ropes but by bonds of love, by spiritual reins, by the longing of the soul.

If you also, like the bride, wish to hold him fast, seek him and be fearless of suffering. It is often easier to find him in the midst of bodily torments, in the very hands of persecutors.

His bride says: How short a time it was after I left them. In a little space, after a brief moment, when you have escaped from the hands of your persecutors without yielding to the powers of this world, Christ will come to you, and he will not allow you to be tested for long.

Whoever seeks Christ in this way, and finds him, can say: I held him fast, and I will not let him go before I bring him into my mother’s house, into the room of her who conceived me. What is this “house,” this “room,” but the deep and secret places of your heart?

Maintain this house, sweep out its secret recesses until it becomes immaculate and rises as a spiritual temple for a holy priesthood, firmly secured by Christ, the cornerstone, so that the Holy Spirit may dwell in it.

Whoever seeks Christ in this way, whoever prays to Christ in this way, is not abandoned by him; on the contrary, Christ comes again and again to visit such a person, for he is with us until the end of the world.