Wednesday, February 27, 2013

The End?

 Speculation about the end of the world and the parousia (i.e. Second Coming of Christ) have abounded since the first century. One only need to think back to 2011 when Harold Camping, a self-styled Protestant "Bible expert", predicted the so-called "rapture" to occur on May 21 of that year, and the end of the world five months later on October 21. He duped many people who sold their houses and quit their jobs in anticipation of "the end." Now, with the abdication of Ratzinger from his "papacy", Traditionalists themselves are wondering aloud about the prophesies of St. Malachy and if someone named "Peter" will fulfil his prediction that the end will occur during his "reign."

 Unfortunately, I find too many Traditionalists putting heavy reliance on private revelations (Fatima, St. Malachy, etc) instead of sound theology when dealing with many topics. You can easily fall prey to charlatans like the "seers" of Bayside and Medjugorje. To a point, I can sympathize, because of the unique situation of being in an age of near universal apostasy since Vatican II; something hitherto unknown. Does the historical situation of having a "Pope Emeritus" and a "pope" both residing in Rome and neither ever holding or having held the Petrine Office mean we're close to the end of the world? Let's do what True Catholics have always done, namely, consult the teaching of the Magisterium as expressed through the Church's approved theologians before Vatican II.

According to theologian Ludwig Ott, there will be five signs that will precede the Second Coming:
My commentary will appear in red.

  1. The preaching of the Gospel to the whole world.
See, e.g. St Matt. 24:14. These words of Christ do not mean every single person must have the Gospel preached to him, nor does it mean that the end will occur immediately thereafter. It is reasonable to assert that the possibility of reaching everyone and moral certainty that most humans can attain to such knowledge would probably suffice. In this age of computers, it could be maintained that such a state is now at hand.

2. The conversion of the Jews.

In Romans 11:25-32, St. Paul reveals "the mystery": When the fullness, that is the number ordained by God, of the Gentiles has entered into the kingdom of God, "all Israel" will be converted and saved. It could well be a universal moral conversion, much akin to the preaching of the Gospel to the "whole world."  Nothing like this appears on the horizon.

3. The Falling Away from the Faith.
Jesus foretells that in the time before the end false prophets will appear who will lead many astray. (e.g. See St Matt. 24:4, et seq.). St. Paul asserts that before the Coming of the Lord "the schism", that is the falling away from the Catholic Faith, must happen. (See 2 Thes. 2,3). It's hard for me to resist saying that it appears with almost moral certainty to have already happened at Vatican II.

4.  The appearance of Antichrist

According to Saints Paul and John, Antichrist is to appear as a definite human personality who is the instrument of Satan. The historical interpretation of the Antichrist to a certain time (Nero, Caligula, and others) as well as the historico-religious explanation which seeks the origin of the Antichrist in Babylonian and Persian myths, is to be rejected. The falling away from the Faith will have a causal connection with the appearance of the Antichrist. He appears with the power of Satan working false miracles to lead many astray. He will be slain by Christ at His Second Coming. Could Antichrist be around the corner? Could the next antipope be the False Prophet who by using the ecumenism of the Vatican II sect will bring about a One World church, even as Antichrist seeks a One World Government?

5. Severe Tribulations.

Tremendous catastrophes of nature are to accompany the coming again of Christ. Jesus foretells of wars, famines, earthquakes, and bitter persecutions of His followers (See St. Matt. 24:9). One's mind goes to tsunamis, superstorm Sandy, terrorism, the Middle East, etc.
 (Taken from Fundamentals of Catholic Dogma by Fr. Ludwig Ott, first published in 1952, pgs. 486-488).

Are we in the Last Days? No one knows, nor can anyone know. As Ott states (and the Church teaches) as a "Catholic Truth" guaranteed as certain as a dogma proper that, "The Time of Jesus'  Second Coming is Unknown to Men" (Ibid, pg. 488). There are certainly some scary things going on in the world as outlined above. However, we must heed our Lord's Words in the Our Father to pray for our DAILY bread, and live one day at a time for Him, whatever may come. Let's strive to have a well-grounded Faith supported by theological teaching and--while not disparaging the miraculous--don't entrust our Faith or put our hopes in crying statues, apparitions, and wild-eyed conspiracy theories with Freemasons lurking behind every door.

Stay in the One True Church. Have nothing to do with the false Vatican II sect and its antipope that falsely claim the title "Catholic." Attend the True Mass as often as you are blessed to do so. Frequent the True Sacraments. Pray the Rosary. Stay close to the Blessed Virgin and St. Joseph. Do this and have no fear for the future--God will take care of His chosen in the state of sanctifying grace. One day Christ will return and the world will end as we know it. If not in our lifetime, the world will end when we die. In either case, if we persevere until the end, we will be saved. So fear no man, let alone some antipope--be he named Peter or otherwise.

Friday, February 22, 2013

God is Not Mocked

"Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap."--Galatians 6:7

 According to yet another report, Ratzinger's abdication could have also been precipitated by a network of homosexual prelates. This would explain a lot. "Vengence is Mine saith the Lord, I shall repay." What repayment shall Ratzinger's heresy and moral turpitude bring upon the Vatican II establishment? Flaunting the sixth and seventh Commandments (homosexuality and theft of funds, cover-ups) come with consequences--both temporal and eternal. Read the following report from The Guardian (United Kingdom):

A potentially explosive report has linked the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI to the discovery of a network of gay prelates in the Vatican, some of whom – the report said – were being blackmailed by outsiders.The pope's spokesman declined to confirm or deny the report, which was carried by the Italian daily newspaper La Republica.The paper said the pope had taken the decision on 17 December that he was going to resign – the day he received a dossier compiled by three cardinals delegated to look into the so-called "Vatileaks" affair.

Last May Pope Benedict's butler, Paolo Gabriele, was arrested and charged with having stolen and leaked papal correspondence that depicted the Vatican as a seething hotbed of intrigue and infighting.According to La Repubblica, the dossier comprising "two volumes of almost 300 pages – bound in red" had been consigned to a safe in the papal apartments and would be delivered to the pope's successor upon his election.
The newspaper said the cardinals described a number of factions, including one whose members were "united by sexual orientation".In an apparent quotation from the report, La Repubblica said some Vatican officials had been subject to "external influence" from laymen with whom they had links of a "worldly nature". The paper said this was a clear reference to blackmail.It quoted a source "very close to those who wrote [the cardinal's report]" as saying: "Everything revolves around the non-observance of the sixth and seventh commandments." The seventh enjoins against theft. The sixth forbids adultery, but is linked in Catholic doctrine to the proscribing of homosexual acts.

La Repubblica said the cardinals' report identified a series of meeting places in and around Rome. They included a villa outside the Italian capital, a sauna in a Rome suburb, a beauty parlour in the centre, and a former university residence that was in use by a provincial Italian archbishop.Father Federico Lombardi, the Vatican spokesman, said: "Neither the cardinals' commission nor I will make comments to confirm or deny the things that are said about this matter. Let each one assume his or her own responsibilities. We shall not be following up on the observations that are made about this."

He added that interpretations of the report were creating "a tension that is the opposite of what the pope and the church want" in the approach to the conclave of cardinals that will elect Benedict's successor. Another Italian daily, Corriere della Sera, alluded to the dossier soon after the pope announced his resignation on 11 February, describing its contents as "disturbing".The three-man commission of inquiry into the Vatileaks affair was headed by a Spanish cardinal, Julián Herranz. He was assisted by Cardinal Salvatore De Giorgi, a former archbishop of Palermo, and the Slovak cardinal Jozef Tomko, who once headed the Vatican's department for missionaries.

Pope Benedict has said he will stand down at the end of this month; the first pope to resign voluntarily since Celestine V more than seven centuries ago. Since announcing his departure he has twice apparently referred to machinations inside the Vatican, saying that divisions "mar the face of the church", and warned against "the temptations of power".La Repubblica's report was the latest in a string of claims that a gay network exists in the Vatican. In 2007 a senior official was suspended from the congregation, or department, for the priesthood, after he was filmed in a "sting" organised by an Italian television programme while apparently making sexual overtures to a younger man.

In 2010 a chorister was dismissed for allegedly procuring male prostitutes for a papal gentleman-in-waiting. A few months later a weekly news magazine used hidden cameras to record priests visiting gay clubs and bars and having sex.The Vatican does not condemn homosexuals. But it teaches that gay sex is "intrinsically disordered". Pope Benedict has barred sexually active gay men from studying for the priesthood.

 Notice it says "sexually active gay men" not those who report to be "celibate." Since homosexuality is intrinsically disordered, they can't be trusted to be celibate and the True Church always rejected such applicants. That changed in the 1960's with Ratzinger's Vatican II Council, and now we see the results as lives-- ruined both spiritually and psychologically-- pile up.

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

We Haven't Had That Spirit Here Since 1969

The song Hotel California by the secular rock group the Eagles is reportedly about the "church" of Satan founded by Anton LeVey in 1969. Lyrics claim "that Spirit" (the Holy Ghost) hasn't been around the place since the Satanic sect was founded in 1969. That same year the Novus Bogus "Mass" was imposed by the defected hierarchy upon the world, led by Antipope Paul VI. Indeed, the Holy Ghost hasn't been around the former Catholic Churches since at least 1964, when the heretical document Lumen Gentium was promulgated by Paul VI, and "Frankenchurch" was born.

The next antipope may be "Cardinal Schonborn" who, according to at least one reliable source, is a Freemason. (See  One need only check out the video below of an "Action Mass" presided over by Schonborn, and realize the blatant destruction. One person on youtube who liked the video, complained that people have "no right" to criticize others for "worshipping God in their own way." What ever happened to worshipping God HIS WAY? The Masonic ideal that one religion is as good as another, and we can all find God and worship Him our own way, has been condemned repeatedly by the True Church prior to Vatican II. Watch it and ask yourself, "If the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass is the unbloody re-presentation of Cross through space and time, do these antics belong at the foot of the Cross"? Thank God the Novus Bogus is invalid! Look at the kids muching on crumbling biscuts as "communion." Yes, the final battle between God and Satan may be closer than we think--especially if Schonborn gets elected antipope. Deus Misereatur.

Monday, February 18, 2013

Rather To Be Remembered as an "Ex-Pope" Than an Ex-Con

Why would Ratzinger resign? Besides reports of his being in seriously bad health and blind in his left eye, Ratzinger may be scared to death that he will be hauled before the World Criminal Court to face charges for his subornation of crimes against humanity by his corrupt clergy around the world. Moreover, in the United States and elsewhere, more and more cases are making their way up the judicial ladder to charge Ratzinger personally as the employer of these criminals. Under U.S. law, even foreign heads of state can lose diplomatic immunity when they are charged as employers.

In 2010, for example, Ratzinger was personally named as a defendant in a lawsuit charging that he failed to take action as Pro-Prefect for the Congregation for the destruction of the Faith in 1995 when he was officially informed about the priest who had raped some 200 deaf boys at a Vatican II school. There have been repeated calls for Benedict's arrest over sexual crimes in his sect. When Ratzinger took a trip to Britain in 2010, some British politicians called for Ratzinger to be arrested. In 2011, victims of assault, rape, and sodomy by Ratzinger's clergy filed suit with the International Criminal Court to investigate Ratzinger and three of his closest confidants for crimes against humanity. He has been charged with being an accessory after the fact in moving priest rapists of children from parish to parish instead of defrocking them and handing them over to authorities. (Sources: Reuters and

Friday, February 15, 2013

Pick a Heretic, Any Heretic

So who are the frontrunners to replace Ratzinger as new antipope? The following list of odds-on favorites were shown where they stand in relation to the True Faith by a Traditionalist priest:

Peter Kodwo Appiah Turkson, 64, of Ghana

Turkson is an avowed racist who wants an African pope. He advocates condoms.

Marc Ouellet, 68, of Canada

Ouellet was outed for refusing assistance to a woman raped and impregnated by one of his "priests" -- until a DNA test proved the man guilty. Ouellet was charged in 400 cases of suborning child rape by his priests.

Angelo Scola, 71, of Italy

 Scola was the editor of the journal Communio, founded by three declared Modernist heretics: Henri de Lubac (whose works were condemned for heresy by the Holy Office), Hans Urs von Balthasar (declared under suspicion of heresy by the Holy Office), and Josef Ratzinger, who later assumed the name Benedict (declared under suspicion of heresy by Pope Pius XII and the Holy Office). Scola is a virtual infidel, dedicated to integrating Mohammedans into the Vatican II sect. 

Leonardo Sandri, 69, of Argentina

Sandri is a virtual Marxist, who claimed that the Mohammedan dictator-terrorist, Saddam Hussein, made Christians in his country "free."

Christoph von Schonborn, 68, of Austria

Schonborn is an out-and-out Modernist who promotes acceptance of homosexuality, a non-celibate clergy, and condoms as a "lesser evil."

 There will be no return to Catholicism. Only more heresy. In my opinion, the more blatant, the better to drive converts to Traditionalism and the Restoration of Christ's One True Church

Monday, February 11, 2013

Getting Ready for the Next Antipope

                                      GOOD RIDDANCE

Today, the Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes, February 11, 2013, Fr. Joseph Ratzinger aka "Pope" Benedict XVI announced he would abdicate his pretended papacy on February 28. Rather than speculate on why he's doing so (I'll touch on that in the coming days), let's all keep in mind what the new conclave will bring: more heresy.

 Ratzinger was the first non-bishop to be Antipope, having been "ordained" to the episcopacy with the invalid Pauline Rite in 1977. The next Antipope might not even have valid priestly orders, but could be just a layman if he were ordained in/after 1968. A group of heretics all appointed by Ratzinger and John Paul the Great Apostate will elect another heretic as "pope." Will he proceed under the guise of "orthodoxy" like Ratzinger, who had the appellation of "God's Rottweiler", or will he be such an out-and -out Modernist, who will shed the last vestiges of Catholicism, allowing birth control, abortion, the end of clerical celibacy, sodomite "marriage," and priestesses?

I'm hoping for the latter. Just maybe enough people will wake up, and the Traditionalists can have an imperfect General Council to elect a True Pope to succeed Pope Pius XII (d. 1958). Stay tuned.

Saturday, February 9, 2013

Defending Their Own

When thinking about the moral and spiritual mess that is the Vatican II sect, I'm often reminded of the aphorism, "And who shall guard the guards themselves?" With rampant pederasty, and brave talk about "zero tolerance" for any credible accusation of such behaviors, what is one to make of the following news story?

From Catholic News Agency:
The Archdiocese of Newark affirmed its decision to allow a priest accused of abusing a minor to remain in ministry, stressing that they are complying with authorities and prohibiting any interaction alone with children.
“We have not received any complaints from the prosecutor’s office…since Father has been back in ministry,” said Jim Goodness, the archdiocesan communications director.
“We’re doing exactly what we’re supposed to be doing,” he told CNA on Feb. 5.
On Nov. 21, the Catholic Advocate – the archdiocesan newspaper – announced that Father Michael Fugee had been appointed co-director of the office of Continuing Education and Ongoing Formation of Priests. He had been, and remains, director of the Office of the Propagation of the Faith. Both are positions at the Newark chancery.
On Feb. 3, the Star-Ledger ran a story about the appointment, calling it a “high-profile position.”
Goodness contested that characterization, saying, “it certainly is not a prestigious assignment…Father simply has to send out emails and notices to the priests in the diocese talking about this or that seminar or workshop if they want to take advantage of it, that’s it.”
In 2001, Fr. Fugee was charged with criminal sexual contact and endangering a child’s welfare.
The priest told police he had twice groped a teenage boy’s crotch while they were wrestling in the presence of the boy’s family members. One instance took place while he was on vacation with the boy’s family in Virginia in 2000, he said, and the other was about a year prior to that.
During his 2003 trial, Fr. Fugee protested that his confession to the police was false and that he had lied. The jury convicted him of aggravated sexual contact.
Fr. Fugee appealed the decision, and in 2006, an appellate court reversed his conviction, saying that the trial court had given inadequate guidance to the jury. Goodness said that “there was no basis for those original verdicts.”
Oh my Goodness! (Sorry, I couldn't resist!) The man admitted to having a deviant disorder, by being "homosexual or bisexual", then states he lied under oath to the police. So we have a sodomite version of Bill Clinton who is now going to have charge over the formation of "priests"?!? Even SECULAR papers have weighed in on such madness: (From the Herald)

"An archdiocesan review board determined Fugee could be returned to ministry but with no contact with children. This is a clear violation of the so-called Dallas Charter. The charter states that “for even a single act of sexual abuse of a minor — whenever it occurred — which is admitted or established after an appropriate process in accord with canon law, the offending priest or deacon is to be permanently removed from ministry and, if warranted, dismissed from the clerical state.”
The archdiocese may want to play word games — playfully wrestling with a minor versus grabbing the boy’s crotch. The criminal conviction was overturned, but Fugee’s admitted conduct — criminal or not — was not acceptable behavior. Rather than err on the side of respect for victims, the archdiocese put the needs of clergy ahead of the people it serves.
Fugee should not be in active ministry. One strike and you’re out. Those are the rules agreed upon by the bishops themselves. Yet the archdiocese placed Fugee in 2009 at St. Michael’s Medical Center in Newark as a chaplain. When hospital administrators found out, Fugee was removed. Church officials had notified the head of chaplains at the hospital about Fugee’s history, but not administrators. Again, this is a pattern that seems to never stop."

Beginning in the mid-1960s, the Vatican II sect began to admit men with "SSA" (i.e. Same sex attraction) into the seminaries. By the late 1970s some, such as Immaculate Conception Seminary serving the Diocese of Brooklyn and Rockville Centre, was known as the "Pink Palace." Can it be that now they have reached high places of authority, and will defend their fellow perverts while attempting to look "vigilant" against such things? When even secular writers notice such sophistical legerdemain meant to defend the indefensible, it seems entirely plausible. Even the names make you shake your head, men like "Goodness" and "Cardinal Law" doing everything to subvert the former and break the latter.

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

After 51 Years, the Score: Prophets of Doom 2, Antipopes 0

When Angelo Roncalli, "Pope" John XXIII, opened Vatican II he had the following to say on October 11, 1962:

"In the daily exercise of Our pastoral office, it sometimes happens that We hear certain opinions which disturb Us—opinions expressed by people who, though fired with a commendable zeal for religion, are lacking in sufficient prudence and judgment in their evaluation of events. They can see nothing but calamity and disaster in the present state of the world. They say over and over that this modern age of ours, in comparison with past ages, is definitely deteriorating. One would think from their attitude that history, that great teacher of life, had taught them nothing. They seem to imagine that in the days of the earlier councils everything was as it should be so far as doctrine and morality and the Church's rightful liberty were concerned.

We feel that We must disagree with these prophets of doom, who are always forecasting worse disasters, as though the end of the world were at hand."

 Well, the end of the world for the True Church as we knew Her DID take place. The unmitigated disaster that is Vatican II proved Roncalli and his merry band of heretics wrong. Now listen to Ratzinger:
VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- Pope Benedict XVI asked nuns, brothers and priests not to listen to the "prophets of doom" who say that consecrated life has no future or that it has no meaning in today's world.

"Do not join the prophets of doom who proclaim the end or the lack of meaning of consecrated life in today's church; rather clothe yourselves with Jesus Christ and put on the armor of light ... remaining awake and vigilant," Pope Benedict told consecrated virgins and men and women who belong to religious orders.

Now, for a reality check:

 From 1965 (the close of Vatican II) to 2002:
the number of brothers declined from 12,271 to 5,690, a decrease of 54%, and projected to drop to 3,098 by 2020

the number of nuns declined from 179,954 to 75,500 a decrease of 58% and projected to drop to 39,282 by 2020

it is now projected that in 2020 there will only be appox. 22,000 nuns age 70 or less

      (Source: Index of Leading Catholic Indicators: The Church Since Vatican II by Kenneth C. Jones, Roman Catholic Books, Inc., 2003)

"By their fruits thou shalt know them.." saith Our Lord Jesus Christ. It doesn't take a prophet to see that the errors of Vatican II in conforming to the world has lead to the very decline and soon-to-be death of the vocations Ratzinger refuses to acknowledge. Heretics are of the "father of lies" (i.e. Satan), and it would take an incredible liar or a man deluded to think that you can continue on the path of Vatican II and expect anything but the death and destruction of all things good, true and beautiful.

Sunday, February 3, 2013

The Two Faces of Ratzinger: Genuine Faith or Genuine Heresy

 Ratzinger's heresies never end.  Get this from the Catholic News service:

VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- Faith and charity can never be separated nor opposed to each other, just as faith by itself isn't genuine without charity, Pope Benedict XVI said.

"Faith is knowing the truth and adhering to it; charity is 'walking' in the truth," the pope said in his annual message for Lent, which in 2013 begins Feb. 13 for Latin-rite Catholics."Faith is genuine only if crowned by charity."

The text of the pope's message was released by the Vatican Feb. 1.

"It would be too one-sided to place a strong emphasis on the priority and decisiveness of faith and to undervalue and almost despise concrete works of charity, reducing them to a vague humanitarianism," Pope Benedict said.

"It is equally unhelpful to overstate the primacy of charity and the activity it generates, as if works could take the place of faith."

 If "Faith is knowing the truth and adhering to it" what conclusion must we draw about "Pope" Benedict who took the Anti-Modernist Oath in 1951 upon his priestly ordination and has two earned doctorates? He knows the Faith and REJECTED it, making himself a heretic. "Faith and Charity can never be separated nor opposed to each other...." and "faith by itself isn't genuine without Charity"?
Really? Let's see what the Council of Trent dogmatically defined:

Canon 28.
If anyone says that with the loss of grace through sin faith is also lost with it, or that the faith which remains is not a true faith, though it is not a living one, or that he who has faith without charity is not a Christian, let him be anathema

With every mortal sin, charity is lost but NOT Faith. Therefore, Faith and Charity CAN be separated. Notice the cleverness of Ratzinger. Had he clearly reiterated the true teaching and said "But ideally, Faith and Charity SHOULD always accompany each other in the believer who strives to live in the state of grace" there would be no problem. Instead, he makes a denial of defined dogma seem like an expression of an ideal; something beautiful. Have nothing to do with the Vatican II sect.