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As we speak a raging fire engulfs Mount Tabor on the site of the Transfiguration , the site’s stewards – the Franciscans report . This news comes as the Catholic hierarchy derides and suppreses messages , prophesies , and calls to reform
This comes during the Nine Day Novena of the Transfiguration in a year where the Portincula Indulgence falls on a Friday bringing all faithful Catholics to Mass together
Then, the New York Area Fire Commissioners Make History, Call for New 9/11 Investigation – On Engineers And Architects For 09-11 Truth – As the truth finally begins to go mainstream about what really happened to us on 09-11
Pan-Amazon Pandemonium – By William Fitzpatrick On Crisis Magazine
As Chesterton observed of the Greeks, “they became unnatural by worshipping nature.”
Although the prospect of a more relaxed, less sin-conscious form of Catholicism is appealing to many, it’s actually a bad deal. It’s like exchanging the tattered $10 bill in your pocket for a shiny new quarter.
In the spoken part of the song, Curly conjures up the preacher’s recollection of Jud’s big-heartedness:
He loved the birds of the forest……….And the beasts of the fields………He loved the mice and the vermin in the barn…….. And he treated the rats like equals
Watch “Cardinal Muller Releases Official Statement Slamming The Amazon Synod” On YouTube
In case everyone doesn’t have time to read Cdl Mueller’s official statement condemning the pan Amazon Synod in the work of Pope Francis & the German Bishops,, its read out verbatim word for word with very little commentary On Return To Tradition linked below He begins with Scriptures illustrating that the on- going secularization of the Church by these revolutionaries is not the remedy but the cause of the crisis in the Church
While it’s also couched with a lot of conciliar Catholic heterodoxy – like the Church is a Sacrament ( which it absolutely is not ) and other Sancrosanctum Concilium, Lumen Gentium new religion nonsense It is overall a good full coming out against the revolution and the blinders are now off yet another high level prelate on the converging syncretism infiltrating the Church together from arianism , tribalism, the ecology religions, post protestant secularism, the feminism , the socialism , the liberation theology, ecumenism with grand orient masonry, and the cosmic Christ philosophy becoming one in the new Catholic pan religion under Francis I and his men
Other scriptural exegetes and theologians side with the Jews coming to accept Jesus Christ as the Messiah but simultaneously the rise of the anti-Christ unstoppable as seen in the devil’s first creation, the transvestite
Once Masonry not only accepts the transvestite but gets behind the enforcement of its rise to power you will see things begin to rapidly change
Freemasons Vow to Quit All-Male Secret Society if Male-to-Female Transgender Members Are Allowed to Stay
In 711 the Muslim Arabs invaded the Iberian Peninsula. The Visigothic King Rodrigo died facing them in the Andalusian field of Guadalete in southern Spain. Taking a position of resistance against the rapid conquest and domination of the infidel, Don Pelayo led a group of valorous knights who had withdrawn to the northern mountains of the Asturias to recoup and fight.
“So Ahab sent to all the people of Israel, and gathered the prophets together at Mount Carmel. And Elijah came near to all the people, and said, ‘How long will you go limping with two different opinions? If the Lord is God, follow him;…”
Our Lady of Mount Carmel is the name given to the Blessed Virgin Mary in her role as patroness of the Carmelite Order. Mount Carmel is a mountain range along the northern coast of Israel. It’s here that God publicly answered the prophet Elijah’s prayer, consumed the offering, and confirmed He was a living God. Centuries later, in the 12th century after Christ, a group of hermits gathered on the mountain and committed their lives to prayer and penance, forming the Carmelite Order. The Carmelite Order encouraged devotion to the Blessed Mother as a model of ‘complete fidelity to the Lord.’
The faithful celebrate the feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, right on Mount Carmel-July 16 – Video- On gloria.tv
Our Lady of Mount Carmel: History, the Scapular, and Marian Mediation –
On Mother of All Peoples Site
The Order of Carmel traces its routes to the prophet Elijah who dwelt on Mount Carmel, and is often regarded as the founder and first patriarch of the Order of Carmel dating back to 850 B.C. (8). On Mount Carmel there is a grotto known as the “Grotto of the Prophet” which is believed to have served as an oratory for Elijah, and attached to this grotto is a chapel erected to Our Lady of Mount Carmel which dates back to 83 A.D. (9). Elijah heard the voice of the Lord telling him to go and drink of the stream (1 Kings 17:2-5). He obeyed the voice of the Lord, and was chosen by God as a leader to bring Israelites back to Him (10). According to tradition, Elijah beheld a manifestation of a “type” of the Blessed Virgin Mary, “the little cloud like a man’s hand” arising out of the sea (1 Kings 18:44) (11), and some have traced the title of Mary “Star of the Sea” to this vision of Elijah.
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 the book of the prophet Isaiah- 7:10-14;8:10b;11:1-9
The LORD spoke to Ahaz: Ask for a sign from the LORD, your God; let it be deep as the nether world, or high as the sky! But Ahaz answered, “I will not ask! I will not tempt the LORD!”
Then Isaiah said: Listen, O house of David! Is it not enough for you to weary men, must you also weary my God? Therefore the Lord himself will give you this sign: the virgin shall be with child, and bear a son, and shall name him Immanuel. for “With us is God!”
But a shoot shall sprout from the stump of Jesse, and from his roots a bud shall blossom. The spirit of the LORD shall rest upon him: a spirit of wisdom and of understanding, A spirit of counsel and of strength, a spirit of knowledge and of fear of the LORD, and his delight shall be the fear of the LORD.
Not by appearance shall he judge, nor by hearsay shall he decide, But he shall judge the poor with justice, mand decide aright for the land’s afflicted. He shall strike the ruthless with the rod of his mouth, and with the breath of his lips he shall slay the wicked Justice shall be the band around his waist, and faithfulness a belt upon his hips.
Then the wolf shall be a guest of the lamb, and the leopard shall lie down with the kid; The calf and the young lion shall browse together, with a little child to guide them.The cow and the bear shall be neighbors, together their young shall rest; the lion shall eat hay like the ox. The baby shall play by the cobra’s den, and the child lay his hand on the adder’s lair.There shall be no harm or ruin on all my holy mountain; for the earth shall be filled with knowledge of the LORD, as water covers the sea.
Mary conceived in her soul before she conceived in her body- From a sermon by Saint Leo the Great, Pope
A royal virgin of the house of David is chosen. She is to bear a holy child, one who is both God and man. She is to conceive him in her soul before she conceives him in her body. In the face of so unheard of an event she is to know no fear through ignorance of the divine plan; the angel tells her what is to be accomplished in her by the Holy Spirit. She believes that there will be no loss of virginity, she who is soon to be the mother of God. Why should she lose heart at this new form of conceiving when she has been promised that it will be effected through the power of the Most High? She believes, and her faith is confirmed by the witness of a previous wonder: against all expectation Elizabeth is made fruitful. God has enabled a barren woman to be with child; he must be believed when he makes the same promise to a virgin.
The son of God who was in the beginning with God, through whom all things were made, without whom nothing was made, became man to free him from eternal death. He stooped down to take up our lowliness without loss to his own glory. He remained what he was; he took up what he was not. He wanted to join the very nature of a servant to that nature in which he is equal to God the Father. He wanted to unite both natures in an alliance so wonderful that the glory of the greater would not annihilate the lesser, nor the taking up of the lower diminish the greatness of the higher.
What belongs to each nature is preserved intact and meets the other in one person: lowliness is taken up by greatness, weakness by power, mortality by eternity. To pay the debt of our human condition, a nature incapable of suffering is united to a nature capable of suffering, and true God and true man are forged into the unity that is the Lord. This was done to make possible the kind of remedy that fitted our human need: one and the same mediator between God and men able to die because of one nature, able to rise again because of the other. It was fitting, therefore, that the birth which brings salvation brought no corruption to virginal integrity; the bringing forth of Truth was at the same time the safeguarding of virginity.
Dearly beloved, this kind of birth was fitting for Christ, the power and the wisdom of God: a birth in which he was one with us in our human nature but far above us in his divinity. If he were not true God, he would not be able to bring us healing; if he were not true man, he would not be able to give us an example.
And so at the birth of our Lord, the angels sing in joy: Glory to God in the highest, and they proclaim peace to his people on earth as they see the heavenly Jerusalem being built from all the nations of the world. If the angels on high are so exultant at this marvelous work of God’s goodness, what joy should it not bring to the lowly hearts of men?
Although we are surrounded by the heresy of unproven theories of biological evolution the crisis in the Church is not restricted to biological evolution the philosophy of biological evolution is partnered with the modernists insistence on doctrinal and dogmatic evolution of Catholicism
We found this in the preparatory works of the Council , the Council documents themselves , and more over the works and of all their mentors de Chardin, Shillibecckx , Rahner, Leger, Kung, and so many others. Todays’ prelates are living out the heterodox and in many places heretical philosophies of their avant-garde predecessors, almost as an infallible mandated directive
The new Catholic religion and its high level propagators now consider as panned heresies the following , militant Catholic philosophy Aquinas philosophy Catholics – – the philosophy of equal partnership between Sacred Tradition and Sacred Scripture in divine revelation – the philosophy of the dire necessity of the restoration of traditional Catholicism , in liturgy , art & architecture, and education –.
This progress of this “the brotherhood of mankind” and the truth present in all religions To use the masonic syncretism terms used in the Vatican II documents and philosophy we recognize , the relativizing of Catholic dogma and doctrine, the propagation of Divine Mercy with its false evangelical Lutheran understanding of sin in the economy of salvation and the overthrow of primary roll of the Sacraments in God’s grace , the intercession of the Communion of Saints and the overthrow of the roll of indulgences and the obviating of it and the veneration of relics in the economy processes of this new Catholic religion. Also including are support to the overthrow of Catholic only skilled workers trade guilds, Catholic social teaching on property and the building up of generational traditional Catholic families as corporations within the traditional Church, ecumenism with Communism and sometimes economic and political support for socialism and for the various aspects of the culture of death
Why lies beneath all this – philosophy and evolution – Let’s start again at the beginning , were our ancestors possibly monkeys and gorillas What does the preconciliar infallible Catholic Catechisms have to say about all this ? Were there previously infallible , doctrinal and dogmatic pronouncements from “Roman Catholic” teaching in its 2000+ year salvation history or did Catholic philosophy and theology begin at Vatican II or did it begin on the eve of Vatican II in the dusk of the Pope Pius XII pontificate
Popes for Evolution – I – From Pius XII to Paul VI by Dr. Remi Amelunxen
The evolution of the Catholic Church into oblivion By Rev. Thomas R. Collins
And so we relax Church discipline. We allow corn beef and cabbage dinners when St. Patrick’s Day falls on a Friday in Lent, we transfer to Sunday the celebrations of Ascension and of Corpus Christi, and we carefully avoid telling parishioners that the Third Commandment does not say, “Keep holy the Lord’s Day, if you feel like it.”
“Thus it is that we need to remember that words do matter. They establish the basic premises for human communication. If words are desecrated, human relationships become desecrated. As long as Christians uncritically capitulate to the secular agenda of establishing desecrating words such as expediency and evolution as the linchpins of human development, the secularists, silently snickering with condescending cynicism, will gladly acclaim our sychophancy as enlightenment.”
The preferred disciple of Benedict XVI, Cardinal Christoph von Schönborn,
Archbishop of Vienna, called a press conference on January 16, 2012, to
announce that the Catholic Church is on the brink of a radical internal
F. Douglas Kneibert, a retired newspaper editor and a convert from Protestantism, is a former vice chairman of the board of directors of the Vitae Foundation, which uses mass media to promote a culture of life.
In 1563 the Council of Trent concluded its monumental work of reforming the Church, further defining Catholic doctrine, and confronting the Protestant Reformation just as a series of religious wars were erupting that would inflame Europe for more than eighty years. It was in this context that the Council introduced a new term, ecclesia militans, the “Church militant,” which it defined as follows: “The Church militant is the society of all the faithful still dwelling on earth. It is called militant because it wages eternal war with those implacable enemies, the world, the flesh and the devil.” (The other constituent parts of the one Church are the “Church triumphant” in Heaven and the “Church suffering” in Purgatory.)
The war that Trent identified is unending, having always been part of the human experience. But the manner in which our enemies manifest themselves changes with the times. Satan tailors his temptations to suit the spirit of the age, as does the world. Even the enticements of the flesh can assail us in different ways in different periods. Moreover, the world, the flesh, and the devil don’t always present themselves to us as separate, sharply defined entities, but can be intertwined in often complex ways. In identifying our enemies, the Council’s use of the word implacable commands our attention. Implacable enemies are those “not capable of being appeased.”
What Is Meant by “the World”?
Was Trent saying that the physical world is the enemy of the Church? By no means. The Greek word kosmos, translated as “world” in sacred Scripture, is used differently in various contexts. It can refer to the physical world, or universe, that was spoken into being by God, who pronounced His creation “very good.” But kosmos, as used by the sacred writers, can also refer to the “world system” that is hostile to God’s Kingdom. Ours is a fallen world, the result of original sin that disrupted the harmony between God and man. The devil, who engineered the Fall, is the “ruler of this world,” according to Jesus (Jn. 14:30). St. John even says that “the whole world is in the power of the evil one” (1 Jn. 5:19). In what sense is that true?
Here we are grappling with the mystery of evil, and there are no ready answers. We know that a good God is sovereign over all His creation, yet He permits the devil certain leeway (see, for example, the Book of Job). The Church teaches that sin is the seedbed of evil; according to St. Thomas Aquinas, God permits evil “in order to draw forth some greater good.”
The New Testament has much to say about the world’s allurements and its way of thinking and acting — and none of it is good. Never once are we urged to follow its lead down the broad, neon-lit thoroughfares that beckon us in all directions. Something akin to a spiritual balancing act is required to discern how we can enjoy the world without being molded by it.
What Is Meant by “Church militant”?
One way of arriving at an understanding of the Church militant is to consider what it is not. It’s not cultural Catholicism, which is simply handed down from generation to generation, usually with steadily diminishing fervor. It’s not cafeteria Catholicism, by which one fashions a religion to suit oneself. It’s not lukewarm Christmas/Easter Catholicism, and it certainly is not liberal Catholicism, which often takes its cues from the world’s agenda instead of the Church.
All these pale imitations of the true faith are grossly inadequate for confronting the challenges that face the Catholic Church. What defines the Church militant is a strong, robust, unapologetic faith, anchored in a personal acquaintance with Jesus, submitted to the Pope and the Magisterium, and lived out in a life of prayer, regular reception of the sacraments, and service.
The Ongoing Struggle
That Christians confront hostile social forces should come as no surprise, for the Catholic Church has struggled against various enemies throughout her existence. These enemies can be either spiritual or material, but are often both at the same time. The forces against which the Church militant battles should never be underestimated, but we should resist the tendency to see the conflict exclusively in spiritual terms. Ecclesia militans also carries a military connotation. The brave soldiers who defended Europe — and the Church — against those who would subjugate them were part of the Church militant every bit as much as those back home who offered up prayers.
Likewise, we should not view the conflict in exclusively material terms. Yes, the various Islamic attacks on Europe through the centuries were turned back by force of arms, but the spiritual battles — in which the faith that molded the continent was at stake — were every bit as intense. Pope St. Pius V recognized this, giving thanks for the intercessions of our Blessed Mother, under her new title of Our Lady of Victory, for the Catholic League’s decisive defeat of a much larger Muslim fleet at Lepanto in 1571.
These types of struggles show no sign of abating. In our time, approximately a hundred thousand Christians are killed every year because of their faith, according to a recent Vatican report. Their slaughter by Muslims in the Middle East and Africa has become so routine that it hardly merits mention in the news media — or by our State Department.
A Depleted Force
Four centuries after Trent, the Second Vatican Council convened in Rome with the intent, in Pope St. John XXIII’s words, to “throw open the windows of the Church” to the world. A faction of Catholics was quick to pounce, hailing this as an explicit repudiation of Trent’s ecclesia militans, and the expression virtually disappeared from official Church documents (including the Catechism of the Catholic Church). To this day, the differing ways of perceiving the world system — inspired either by Trent or the much ballyhooed “spirit” of Vatican II — remain the primary dividing line that separates liberal from conservative Catholics.
The Zeitgeist has been warmly embraced by a shocking number of Catholics, a high percentage of whom favor same-sex marriage, physician-assisted suicide, embryonic stem-cell research, and, yes, even abortion. At a time when the Church militant needs every able-bodied Catholic it can muster, an AWOL rate averaging between forty and fifty percent is disheartening. It’s a good thing God doesn’t play the numbers game. He progressively winnowed Gideon’s army down to no more than a company, yet it was victorious over the mighty Midianites.
Threats to the Home Front
“The world” attacks the Church in myriad ways. The growing assault on religious liberty in the U.S. and other countries heads the list of current threats. We are accustomed to seeing such things in countries ruled by despots and intolerant established religions, but not in democratic America, where freedom of religion is protected by the U.S. Constitution. Throughout our history we have assumed, and rightly so, that our government would protect this freedom. That assumption is now questionable. Nor should we put too much reliance on the rule of law. The Constitution is a marvelous document, but in any given case it means no more than what federal judges and Supreme Court justices say it does — and they are political appointees.
There is a growing sense that we have turned a corner in America, that the country we have known and loved is being cut loose from its moral anchors. In the space of only a generation or less, many social mores that we took for granted as part of the public moral code have been so undermined that reinstituting them may be impossible. To cite only one example, same-sex marriage is becoming accepted by states at an accelerating rate, effectively rewriting the rules God set down for the most fundamental institution of society.
The various threats to religious freedom in this country have come mainly from the Obama administration, not only with the Affordable Care Act’s contraception mandate but in other areas as well. For example, in 2012, when the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission presumed to tell a Lutheran church in Michigan who could be considered a “minister,” the commission earned a unanimous rebuke from the U.S. Supreme Court.
In the area of homosexual “rights,” certain states have followed the federal lead, primarily through laws that force people of faith to choose to abide by their moral judgments or risk their livelihoods. In some states, public education has been so corrupted by these trends that Christians are forced to look elsewhere to educate their children. California is well advanced in indoctrinating schoolchildren on the “normalcy” of homosexuality, and other states are poised to follow suit.
Expect to see more of this as Christians are increasingly facing “keep out” signs posted in the public square. Laws against so-called hate speech, which is largely defined as anything that casts the homosexual lifestyle in a bad light, may be the next arrow in the gay lobby’s quiver. Their ultimate goal is a society cleansed of all moral censure of homosexual acts. At some point — and it may not be far off — the Catholic Church could well find herself standing alone in that respect.
Our Marching Orders
The term “Church militant” may sound a little too warlike for modern tastes, which probably helps account for its demise. But it needs to be dusted off and put back to use. In that regard, it found a powerful ally in Pope Benedict XVI. Conceding that the expression “is a bit out of fashion,” our Emeritus Pope told a group of cardinals in May 2012 that “evil wants to rule the world” and that “it’s necessary to enter the struggle against evil,” warning that evil sometimes poses “as a force for good while destroying the moral foundations of society.”
Just a few months earlier, the Holy Father had given a group of American bishops their marching orders: “It is imperative that the entire Catholic community in the United States come to realize the grave threats to the Church’s public moral witness presented by a radical secularism which finds increasing expression in the political and cultural spheres. The seriousness of these threats needs to be clearly appreciated at every level of ecclesial life.”
Our Emeritus Pope perceived the nature of the various enemies confronting the Catholic Church, both current ones and those that are emerging. Realizing Benedict’s fervent hope that the Church, from top to bottom, would wake up to the threats she faces will require a sense of urgency that, for the most part, we have yet to see. Whether Pope Francis shares his predecessor’s concerns in this area is unclear at this point, but one thing is certain: Without strong leadership, little will happen.
Nevertheless, it is the responsibility of all Catholics, not just our spiritual leaders, to take part in this battle. And the conflict is steadily intensifying, as the post-Christian trajectory of American culture becomes more evident by the day. But even that expression falls short of the mark, as the post-Christian society appears to be morphing into something much worse: an anti-Christian society. Believers in many parts of the world have long lived in such an environment. Now, it would appear, it’s our turn.
Weapons of Spiritual Warfare
The first battle the Church militant must fight is against ourselves, for unless the appetites of the flesh are subdued, we will be unprepared for further combat, as the saints attest. It’s a lifelong struggle, which is what Trent meant by “eternal war.”
The spiritual gifts we receive at confirmation have a special relevance for the Church militant, enabling us to go out into the world and be the Church. The Catechism states that confirmation “gives us a special strength of the Holy Spirit to spread and defend the faith by word and action” (no. 1301). Among the sacrament’s gifts, the cardinal virtue of fortitude, or courage, is especially needed by the Church militant. Lukewarm Catholics in particular need to follow the advice that St. Paul gave Timothy to “stir into flame the gift of God that you have through the imposition of my hands” (2 Tim. 1:6).
Moreover, we would do well to reacquaint ourselves with St. Michael the Archangel. In 1994 Pope St. John Paul II reminded the faithful of the prayer composed by Pope Leo XIII (which was a part of every Mass until it was swept away after Vatican II) that calls on Michael to “defend us in battle” and “be our protection against the malice and snares of the devil.” John Paul asked us “not to forget it and to recite it, to obtain help in the battle against forces of darkness and against the spirit of this world.”
Identifying the Battle Lines
The challenges faced by the Church militant today encompass two broad categories: strengthening the Church and confronting her enemies. Strategies for strengthening the Church include:
— encouraging vocations, for without faithful priests, there is no Church;
–supporting sound Catholic education — at all levels — for we cannot defend what we do not know. A well-catechized laity is a must, for the battle is largely theirs;
— promoting the “new evangelization,” for there is no substitute for personal conversion if one is to live out one’s faith;
— rescuing the faithful Catholic news media, most of which are endangered today — especially the print media — as the battle for the Catholic mind is ongoing.
Strategies for confronting the Church’s enemies include:
— fighting abortion, the greatest moral evil of our times;
— defending the family against those who are seeking to redefine it;
— monitoring the popular culture and speaking out when the Church is attacked;
— voting for sound candidates for public office;
— supporting those organizations that are confronting anti-Catholic forces on a daily basis.
Obviously, most of what is required will take money, so being generous with God is absolutely essential. Keep in mind that we are merely stewards of His gifts, and will be called upon to give an account of our stewardship. It goes without saying that all we do should be soaked in prayer — the greatest weapon the Church militant possesses.
Militant Catholics who are on the front lines should not lose heart. We also possess two secret weapons of which the world knows nothing. The first is truth. God is Truth, and those who serve Him serve the truth. Error will never have the final word. Most important of all, we have Jesus’ guarantee that our old enemy, the devil, will not prevail against Christ’s one Church. Without that assurance, it would be tempting to abandon the fight. With it, the Church militant is equipped to struggle on, with a sure confidence in final victory.
“The militant character of the Christian life is forgotten, but not for this do the enemies of man sleep. They are fiercer than ever. Against man, who is unarmed and unprepared for battle, their task has become easier than ever.”— Fr. Livio Fanzaga, The Deceiver: Our Daily Struggle with Satan
June 1 – Kidnapped for Christ – Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites
It was prophesized that the next world war would begin by an Islamic Civil War that would unify the east before taking over the west and eradicating was left of western Christendom – It was put forth in both private revelations and various interpretations of the Koran
Is our age currently witnessing the beginning of the end of times ?
O Virgin most faithful! Make me in all things so perfect a disciple, imitator and slave of incarnate Wisdom, Jesus Christ, your Son, that I may come, through your intercession and your example, to the fullness of his age on earth and of his glory in heaven. Amen.
Death Penalty: Avoiding Ambiguity in Doctrinal Matters –1) The Death Penalty And The Constant Magisterium of the Church, 2) the Dangers of Abandoning the Teachings of Scripture and Tradition 3) CDF Cardinal Ratzinger’s letter to the USCCB making it clear that the death penalty is legitimate Catholic teaching – On Return To Order
Michael Matt With Guest Chris Ferrara down in the Remnant catacomb On Remnant News TV The two men have an unscripted conversation about the latest scandals out of the Francis pontificate, the filial correction, what it really means to “reject” the Second Vatican Council, President Trump’s repeal of the Obamacare contraceptive mandate and more
Following the failed talks on reconciliation with the SSPX, reported in some traditionalist circles to be still on-going , the Holy Father demotes the Undersecretary of the CDF , the traditional Dominican Father Di Noia and appoints a Italian to report to the all-Jesuit team
Francis Names New Undersecretary of the CDF – As Reported By German Vaticanista Giuseppe Nardi On EP
Germanic tribalism , progressive relativism, and the modernism of
philosophical Idealism, is at the heart of apostate revolution in the Church
and western culture –Understand the enemies well in order to protect your
children and their children
German Dictatorship & the European Union- Basics on the European Union – 5
Consecrate Russia To The Immaculate Heart Of Mary and stop the Pope Leo XIII prophesied 100 years of terror in the Church by Satan – Proclaim The Declaration of The 5th Dogma – The Mediatrix Of Of All Graces – Restore And Make Binding The Social Teachings Of The Kingship Of Christ – Restore The Traditional Liturgy To Primacy and Make Optionally Offered Novus Ordo Masses