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Bishop Athanasius Schneider: On the Question of a Heretical Pope – On OnePeterFive


Bishop Schneider’s History Lesson – On The Fatima Center


Professor De Mattei Comments on Bishop Schneider’s “Heretical Pope” Text — On Catholic Family News


Rorate interviews Professor Roberto de Mattei – On Rorate Caeli


Bishop Athanasius  Schneider discusses how the Church should handle a heretical pope | News | Lifesitenews


 Professor De Mattei Comments on Bishop Schneider’s “Heretical Pope” Text – On Corrispondenza Romana translated from Italia


A Century Of Revolutions Continues  Following The Protestant Revolution and French Revolution – Roberto de Mattei

On the eve of the First World War, the men who were at the helm of the Barque of Peter were two saints: Pius X and his Secretary of State, Rafael Merry del Val. St Pius X died a month after the start of the War and understood its catastrophic significance.

During the First World War the Russian Revolution broke out. It was the matrix for all the other social and political revolutions that came after. The totalitarianisms of the 20th century destroyed the old order, but they didn’t build a new order. The essence of totalitarianism is not the hypertrophy of the State, as many believe, but the destruction of the natural, social order. Totalitarianism dissolves, in effect, all principles and institutions and renders man destitute of any social protection – to achieve the dictatorship of chaos. Political, intellectual and moral disorder was the common thread of the 20th century – the century of revolutions, world wars and genocides. The bloodiest century in Western history.[3]

The ’68revolution was a Revolution that didn’t shed blood like those previously, but it shed something much worse: it shed the tears of a generation that didn’t only lose their bodies but lost also their souls. Sixty-Eight was the most devastating of all the preceding Revolutions because it enthroned chaos in the everyday life of Western man.

The Second Vatican Council was a cultural Revolution which preceded that of ’68. The slogan which sums up the spirit of ’68 is “It is forbidden to forbid” (Il est interdit d’interdire), which means: “it is forbidden to affirm”. Every affirmation, in effect, if it is clear, firm and categorical, entails the negation of the opposite affirmation. To forbid to forbid means that there are no categorical affirmations, absolute rules nor non-negotiable principles. Man does not act by following rules, but by obeying impulses, sentiments and desires. 

This idea was formulated for the first time by John XXIII in his allocution which opened Vatican II on 11 October 1962. Pope John explained that the Council had been launched not to condemn errors or formulate new dogmas, but rather to propose, with language adapted to new times, the perennial teaching of the Church.[5] We are told that Church doctrine does not change but only the way in which this doctrine is communicated. What actually happened was that the primacy attributed to the pastoral dimension effected a revolution in language, in mentality and in the life of the Church.

Bishop Athanasius Schneider: On the Question of a Heretical Pope – On OnePeterFive


Dogmatic Fact: The One Doctrine that Proves Francis Is Pope – On OnePeterFive


Cardinal Parolin: The Next Pope? – By Julia Meloni  On OnePeterFive


Woe to You Who Fabricate Scripture – On The Fatima Center

Quoting Scripture , Pope Francis would have us believe that God became incarnate to promote economic distributism theories and a socialism model of government


Pope Francis Says Goodbye to Infamous Cardinal Danneels, Hailing Him as ‘Dedicated Catholic Pastor’ – On The Remnant Newspaper


Thank God for Francis! (Pontificating the Limitations of Papal Infallibility)  – On The Remnant Newspaper


Traditional Archbishop Is Retired Early By Pope Francis  – Former Ferrara Archbishop Speaks With Gloria.TV – On gloria.tv

The Vatican II Rule Of Resignation Submission By 75 Only Applies To Traditional Prelates – Progressivist Cardinals and Bishops Work Into Their 80s In They Are Proven Bergoglians


Watch – Pope Bergoglio and the Former Cardinal McCarrick: Manipulating the Conclave – On CMTV


The Macbeth Papacy – On The Fatima Center


Watch Catholic On Twitter: “Pope Francis really doesn’t want anyone kissing his ring. This from today, after Mass … A very different understanding off Papacy – https://t.co/CZUO8ppNfo” / On Twitter


Cardinal” Tobin & The Counter Church In Newark, New Jersey – On YouTube


Why Cdl. Marx is wrong in thinking ‘sexual freedom’ is answer to clerical abuse crisis | LifeSite


Catholic Church, Where Are You? The Cry of a Frontier Missionary – Magister On Settimo Cielo- L’Espresso


Why Were Non-Catholic ‘Observers’ Influencing Vatican II’s Documents? — On Catholic Family News


No Love Without Law By Ed Faust – On The Fatima Center


A wretched ‘tell-all’ Vatican exposé that tells us only one thing | Phil Lawlor On Catholic Culture


Recent Archives

De Mattei: Crisis in the Church: a Historical Perspective – On Rorate


Excellent Video Archive To Watch From 2017’s Catholic Identity Conference “Bishop Athanasius Schneider Speaks’ A Church in Crisis “– On YouTube


The Latest News Round-Up Our Pope Francis And His Dissident Cadre | TCE |



March 25 – Saint Lucy Filippini – On Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites


The Annunciation – “Of His Kingdom, there shall be no end.” – On Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites


The Annunciation: He is King by right, and also by conquest – On Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites


Annunciation of Our Lady, feastday of March 25 In The Texts of St. Louis Grignion de Montfort – On Tradition In Action



Behold the king has come! He is going to reign!”

Detail of the painting by Blessed Fra Angelico of the Archangel Gabriel.