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Conciliar Church Draws Closer to Freemasonry by Salwa Bachar On TIA


A Defector Pope? – By Chris Ferrara On The Fatima Center

Sedevacantists claim Francis is not the Pope, and he is certainly giving them a lot of grist for their polemical mill.  But sedevacantists claim we have not had a Pope since at least the time of Paul VI if not John XXIII.  They make this claim based on a personal determination that the conciliar and post-conciliar Popes fell from their offices on account of “manifest heresy.” 


Pope Benedict Has Spoken on Questions Regarding His Abdication… – On OnePeterFive


Archive Of A Review of a Book Of Benedict XVI – On TIA

This is where he denies the Ascension and casts doubt on the literal interpretation of many Catholic dogmas in keeping with the liberal progressivists camps from which he came out of and in contrast to his depiction of having always been traditional


From our own studies and notes on the conciliar construction of the cult of man

Reaffirming that the Church at Vatican II had accepted the rights and ideals of civil society , religious liberty , freedom of conscience , tolerance , and ecumenical attitudes in all things directly contradicting the great Papal teachings and encyclicals of Leo XIII and Pius XII

The Church then directed its support to any and all movements within the Church that echoed revolutionary elements and aims of the Sorbrone, namely liberation theology , alternate Christian communities, Pentecostal movements, and any underground Churches’ movements tied to political liberalism

Although it appeared that Cardinal Ratzinger had condemned liberation theology on March 22nd 1986 he issued Instruction on Christian Liberty and Liberation , a basically heretical document wherein he presented the “positive aspects” of the doctrine of Liberation Theology, reversing his previous determination of its negative aspects as the tide in Rome changed to high tide Instruction on Christian Freedom and Liberation –Cdl Ratzinger On Vatican.va http://www.vatican.va/roman_curia/congregations/cfaith/documents/rc_con_cfaith_doc_19860322_freedom-liberation_en.html John Paul II then in an even worse document , in 1987, giving the underlying thesis of support for liberation theology in his encylcilal Solicitudo, rei socialis.

The Catholic Church teaches that only it and its theology can be the culture par excellence and civilization par excellence and that they cannot exist except ‘in Catholic peoples’ For even though man may know the principals of natural law by his own reason, a people cannot durably maintain the knowledge of all of them without the magisterium of the Church It is forgotten and no longer taught that this was infallibly declared at Vatican I . For this reason a people who do not possess the true religion cannot durably practice all the commandments Church It is forgotten and no longer taught that this was infallibly declared at the Council of Trent. Saint Pius X then quoted both and proclaimed “Given these conditions and since Christian social order cannot exist without the knowledge and observance of the law of God , civilization and culture par excellence are only possible in the bosom of the Holy Catholic Church”

Many Pontiffs have condemned the errors of the modern world that they Conciliar Catholicism continues to attempt to embrace

Gregory XVI in Miari Vos

“It is the proud , or a rather foolish , men who examine the mysteries of the Faith which surpass all understanding with the faculties of the human mind , and rely on human reason, , which is weak and infirm by the condition of man’s fallen nature”

Pius IX in Qui Pluribus – “The modern world and its agents are destructive and we are prohibited from merging our beliefs with theirs”

He proclaimed

  1. Perverse is the shocking theory that it makes no difference to which religion one belongs, a theory which is greatly at variance even with reason. By means of this theory, those crafty men remove all distinction between virtue and vice, truth and error, honorable and vile action. They pretend that men can gain eternal salvation by the practice of any religion, as if there could ever be any sharing between justice and iniquity, any collaboration between light and darkness, or any agreement between Christ and Belial.
  2. You already know well, venerable brothers, the other portentous errors and deceits by which the sons of this world try most bitterly to attack the Catholic religion and the divine authority of the Church and its laws. They would even trample underfoot the rights both of the sacred and of the civil power. For this is the goal of the lawless activities against this Roman See in which Christ placed the impregnable foundation of His Church. This is the goal of those secret sects who have come forth from the darkness to destroy and desolate both the sacred and the civil commonwealth. These have been condemned with repeated anathema in the Apostolic letters of the Roman Pontiffs who preceded Us[15] We now confirm these with the fullness of Our Apostolic power and command that they be most carefully observed.
  3. We hope that Our political leaders will keep in mind, in accordance with their piety and religion, that “the kingly power has been conferred on them not only for ruling the world but especially for the protection of the Church.”[27] Sometimes We “act both for the sake of their rule and safety that they may possess their provinces by peaceful right.”[28] We hope that with their aid and authority they will support the objects, plans and pursuits which we have in common, and that they will also defend the liberty and safety of the Church, so that “the right hand of Christ may also defend their rule.”[29]

There is so much more that speaks against this liberty , equality , fraternity of freemason theology infiltrating the Church and Catholic education from as far back as the early 1800s and then culminated with the damn breaking through the Papal wall at the Council……– to be continued

Back to the news along these same lines …far from sedevacantism there is complete continuity from when the damn broke to the current Papacy

“Francis and the Joint Declaration on Human Fraternity: A Public Repudiation of the Catholic Faith” By Dr. John Lamont On Rorate


Sede Vacante: The Sky is Not Falling on the Catholic Church


From Cardinal Müller a “Manifesto of Faith” For Today’s Church – Magister On Settimo Cielo -L’Espresso


The Shocking Initiatives of Pope Francis by Rafael Trindade On TIA


The two Popes of the St Francis prophesy , our Church doctors tell us relate to the Avignon Papacy era – See Wikipedia for quick refresh


Anne Catherine Emmerich – Wikipedia

Her postulation to canonization was handled by FSSP who is loyal to the utopia that Benedict XVI was a great Pope and her private revelation(s) and visions were “omitted” in the official postulant process , for what they said was good reason.


Recent key archives on this subject

Breaking News – Saint Valentine , The Pope , The Council , and The Crisis | TCE |


Catholic Faithful & Academics Begin To Lose Trust In The Disintegrating Papacy And The Truth Compromising Hierarchy – News Round Up | TCE |


Cardinals can declare that a heretical pope has ‘lost his office’: Church historian

DEERFIELD, IL, April 10, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – True devotion to the Chair of St. Peter is essential to a Christian spiritual life, but today there exists a “false devotion” to the Pope that claims he “must always be obeyed, no matter what,” renowned Church historian Roberto de Mattei told a gathering of Catholics just outside Chicago this past weekend.

Speaking at the 2018 Catholic Family News conference, de Mattei called on laity and clergy alike to oppose the “theological error” of “papolatry” and to live out a “true devotion” to the papacy.

“True devotion to the Chair of Peter is not the worship of the man who occupies this Cathedra, but is the love and veneration for the mission which Jesus Christ gave to Peter and his successors.”

Professor de Mattei’s talk — delivered to approximately 100 Catholics hailing from multiple continents — touched on a variety of topics, including collegiality, the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI, and the claim that Pope Francis has fallen into heresy and is no longer pope.

Obedience to God first

Central to de Mattei’s hour-long address was an urgent request for Catholics to expose by name the pastors who contradict perennial Church teaching. 

Opposing errors is not enough, Professor de Mattei said. “We need to have the courage to say: ‘Holy Father, you are the first one responsible for the confusion which exists today in the Church. Holy Father, you are the first one responsible for the heresies which are circulating in the Church today.’”

Papolatry views the Pope as a “new Christ.” It takes the position that “there is no need to worry about anything” and that the pope “perfects the doctrine of his predecessors, adapting it to the changing of the times.”

Papolatrists “deceive themselves” and “tranquilize” their conscience by thinking the pope is “always right, even when he contradicts himself or his predecessors.” 

In reality, “Tradition remains the criterion for discerning that which is Catholic and that which is not.” “Tradition comes before the Pope and not the Pope before Tradition.” Otherwise the Church’s perennial magisterium is replaced with a “living” magisterium that has “its rule of faith in the subject of the authority and not in the object of the transmitted truth.”

Obedience to the Pope “has its limits in the natural and Divine Laws, and in the Tradition of the Church, of which the Pope is guardian and not creator.”

Catholics cannot remain silent

Professor de Mattei, who will be speaking at LifeSiteNews’ Roman Life Forum in May 2018, also pointed out that Catholics cannot succumb to a “catacombist” mentality in response to the crisis in the Church.

Catholics cannot “retreat from the battlefield” and think they can “survive without fighting.” It is not permitted for a Christian to leave behind their militant attitude. “To make silence a rule of behavior…would be an error.” It would be to commit a guilty silence.

Who then must speak up and what must they do? Professor de Mattei said the responsibility falls not only on ordinary Catholics but also on Cardinals who in their silence “don’t fulfill their duty.” It also falls on the shoulders of Pope Emeritus Benedict.

“The politics of silence has become a jail which imprisons many conservatives.” “Today is the moment to speak.” There has been a “modernist infiltration inside the Church” that is “wreaking havoc” in Rome. Catholics must oppose this infiltration with filial resistance, not with sarcasm, irreverence, bitter zeal, or pride.

Is the Pope Catholic?

Professor de Mattei then shared his thoughts on the historic resignation of Pope Benedict.

It is “incorrect” for Benedict to refer to himself as Pope Emeritus. Quoting Cardinal Brandmüller, de Mattei said “Canon Law doesn’t recognize the figure of a Pope Emeritus.” For Benedict to still dress in the white papal vestments and to still live in the Vatican “creates confusion,” de Mattei told LifeSiteNews. Benedict “seems to be convinced of still being Pope.” But “it is impossible that two Popes can exist. The Papacy is not dismountable: there can be only one Vicar of Christ.” 

Professor de Mattei also addressed the increasingly relevant, and increasingly important, question of whether Pope Francis is still the pope.

After citing others scholars who have suggested Francis has fallen into heresy, de Mattei said “we must admit that the Pope himself promotes and propagates errors and heresies in the Church.” But, “as a tree can live for a certain time after its roots have been severed, so can jurisdiction be maintained…even after a fall into heresy. Jesus Christ maintains the person of the heretical Pontiff in his jurisdiction provisionally, until the Church recognizes the deposition.”

Speaking to LifeSiteNews, de Mattei said “nobody can depose the pope” but the Cardinals, can, in principle, “declare and recognize that being a heretic, [the pope] has lost his office.” 

Until such a time comes, de Mattei added, Catholics must “clarify to people that unfortunately [Pope Francis] propagates heresy.”  However, Francis “does not lose his office until his heresy becomes manifest” and widespread. This “has not yet happened.” 

Occupying powers in Rome

Professor de Mattei proceeded to issue what appeared to be a warning to Catholics concerned with the direction Francis is leading the Church.

“We need to be careful of speaking of the ‘Bergoglian church,’ or of ‘the new Church.’ The Church today is occupied by churchmen who betray or deform the message of Christ, but it has not been substituted by another church. There is only one Catholic Church, in which they cohabitate in a confused and fragmentary way, different and counterpoised theologies and philosophies. It is more correct to speak of a ‘Bergoglian theology,’ of a ‘Bergoglian philosophy,’ and, if one wishes, of a ‘Bergoglian religion’ or ‘irreligion.’”

There are not two Churches, but one Church, he continued. It is, to be sure, a Church where bad tendencies have been introduced but it is a Church still governed visibly by its Vicar Pope Francis, whose election has not been contested by any Cardinal.

Professor de Mattei urged Catholics to unite themselves to “the good priests” inside of the one Church.

Assisting the auto-demolition of the Church

Drawing on his vast knowledge of Church history, Professor de Mattei explained how Pope Francis’ support for decentralization and collegiality is undermining the papacy.

Reminding his listeners of how ultramontanists were victorious at Vatican I, Professor de Mattei noted that the real protagonists of Vatican II were Liberal Catholics, and that among other things Liberal Catholics seek to transform the “monarchical and hierarchical constitution of the Church into a democratic and parliamentary structure.”

Professor de Mattei pointed out that this is precisely what Francis is attempting to do. He wants to usher in a “polycentric or multi-sided church” where the papacy is “conceived as a form of ministry at the service of the other churches, renouncing the juridical Primacy or government of Peter.”

But, de Mattei continued, such a view of the papacy runs counter to what has been handed down through the ages. The Pope is not an equal with the other Bishops. “Jesus Christ entrusted the mission of governing to Peter, after the Resurrection.” To democratize the Church and to “reduce her to a purely-sacramental dimension” is to “transition from a juridical Church to a sacramental Church, a Church of communion.”

Moreover, Professor de Mattei added, to destroy the Primacy of Peter is to accomplish what the enemies of Christ have been attempting to do for centuries because “they have understood that it comprises the visible foundation of the Mystical Body [of Christ].”

Editor’s note: Read the full text of Professor de Mattei’s talk here.

The Hell of Faith: ‘Dreadful Possibility’ and ‘Terrible Reality’ at Once – Catholicism.org

There is a sense of mounting intensity in the Church. Within the last ten days alone, the following has happened:

Pope Francis and Ahmad Al-Tayyeb, the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar Mosque, signed a “Document on Human Fraternity,” which says that “the diversity of religions” is “willed by God in His wisdom.”

Subsequently, many have reacted, directly or indirectly, to the serious theological questions this document raises. Included among those writing on the subject are Phil Lawler (“Not all religions are part of God’s plan”) and Bishop Athanasius Schneider (“The Gift of Filial Adoption”


February 15 – Pope Lucius II – On Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites


February 15 – Ferdinand II, Emperor – On Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites


Battle of White Mountain (1620) in Bohemia