The Conciliar Revolutionaries Enable All Enemies of the Catholic Faith

Each attack by faithful, believing adherents of the Mohammedanism causes the lords of conciliarism to walk on figurative eggshells to avoid offending adherents of a false religion invented by a false “prophet” who denied the existence of the Most Holy Trinity, blasphemed Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, and who was a pedophile and mass murdering monster. This is because the conciliar revolutionaries will always—and I do mean always—refuse to say or to do anything that might offend the sensibilities of non-Catholics, statists, communists, socialists, pro-aborts and actual abortionists, adulterers, fornicators, sodomites, mutants, transvestites, eugenicists, population-control propagandists and even actual atheists. The only thing that these wretched revolutionaries have no fear of doing is to offend the true God of Divine Revelation, the Most Blessed Trinity, by denying articles of the Catholic Faith, blaspheming and mocking Him and His Most Blessed Mother, attempting to make His saints as witnesses in behalf of their heresies, blasphemies, apostasies and sacrileges and denying His very immutability by claiming that there are no dogmatic or moral absolutes that bind all men in all circumstances without exception.

The horrific Easter Sunday 2019 attacks in Sri Lanka are a very sad and tragic reminder that fifty years of “dialogue” with “moderate” Mohammedans have only emboldened truly faithful adherents of the blasphemous Koran to commit bloody assaults upon Catholics and other “infidels” who are said to be “crusaders” all around the planet. This has been the case throughout the Middle East, especially in Iraq and Syria, admitting full well, of course that the Mohammedans who have attacked Catholics in those two countries ever since George Walker Bush destabilized the area at the behest of the bloodthirsty racialists of the Zionist State of Israel in the aftermath of the events of September 11, 2001. None of three men who have headed the false conciliar sect since then—not “Saint John Paul II the Great, not “Pope Benedict the Restorer of Tradition nor Jorge Mario Bergoglio—has once said that Mohammedanism itself is a false religion that has been dedicated the bloodshed of “infidels” since its inception, although Joseph Alois Ratzinger/Benedict XVI did once term Mohammedanism as irrational in a lecture before backtracking and going so far as to assume the Mohammedan prayer position in a mosque in Constantinople on November 30, 2005, and praising a mosque in Jordan as a “jewel” on May 9, 2009.

The “religion of peace” has been at war with the true religion, Catholicism, from its very false inception, and Catholics and non-Catholic Christian (whose deaths at the hands of the Mohammedans is not Christian martyrdom, it should be pointed out) are suffering around the world to the silence of most in the mainslime media:

In Afghanistan, neither Christianity nor any other religion other than Islam is legal.  Those Muslims who dare to convert to Christianity are seen as traitors to their families, tribes, and nation.  Either that, or their abandonment of Islam is viewed as proof of mental instability, in which case these converts, when found out, may be institutionalized in psychiatric facilities and their homes and property confiscated or destroyed.

More often than not, Christians and converts to Christianity are murdered.

Somalia is 99% Muslim.  The Christian minority that exists in this African land consists almost exclusively of Muslim converts. According to Open Doors, the violent, murderous persecution of Christians—and it is almost entirely murderously violent—is so intense that this organization which is committed to ministering to oppressed Christians the world over couldn’t even publish specific illustrations of the violence for security purposes.

Libya is the fourth most hostile country for Christians.  After the fall of Muammar Gaddafi, Islamic militants seized control of various parts of Libya—a turn of events that has had tragic consequences for the country’s Christian population.  Open Doors: “The level of violence against Christians in Libya is very high, and Christians in Libya are subjected to violent, inhumane and degrading treatment.”

What’s worse is that those Muslims who have converted to Christianity are endangered by their family members.

Islamic-dominated Pakistan is not much more pleasant for its Christian population.  Pakistan has blasphemy laws which make it a capital crime to abandon Islam and convert to Christianity. Asia Bibi is the most notable example of one such Pakistani who was convicted under these laws. Bibi, a wife and mother, spent a decade on death row after being found guilty of being a Christian. Courtesy of international pressure, she was finally acquitted of this charge and released from prison.  Yet nevertheless, to this day, she remains imperiled. (Christian Persecution is Real News.)

At the risk of overkill but nevertheless conscious that there are those who are relative new to this site and may not have the time to review articles written in the past, the appendix contains yet another reminder as to how the false prophet Mohammed himself became committed to such bloodshed after he had invented his false religion.

Moreover, Mohammedans have received assistance from Talmudists on various occasions when it suited their purposes to destabilize Catholic kingdoms and/or to overthrow them entirely. As William Thomas Walsh noted, this was particularly the case on the Iberian Peninsula as Talmudists helped to bring the Saracens into Spain. Despite occasional persecutions launched by the latter against the former, the Saracens rewarded the Jews on many occasions: 

In medieval Spain the Jews came nearer to building a New Jerusalem than at any time or place since their dispersion after the Crucifixion. Had they succeeded – and several times they came perilously near success – they might conceivably have managed, with Mohammedan aid, to destroy the Christian civilization of Europe. Their ultimate failure was caused chiefly by the life work of Isabel

The date of their first migrations to the peninsula is disputed. But the evidence appears to indicate that they arrived not long after Saint James the Greater first preached the gospel of Christianity in Saragossa in 42 A. D. Some of those expelled from Rome by Claudius may have settled in Spain. Certain it is that they spread through the country very early in the Christian era, and multiplied so rapidly that their presence constituted a serious problem for the Arian (unorthodox Christian) Visigoths. They were not at first persecuted by the Christians; but after the discovery that they were plotting to bring the Arabs from Africa for the overthrow of the Gothic kingdom, they were condemned to slavery by one of the councils of Toledo. Nevertheless by the beginning of the eighth century they were numerous in all the chief cities, enjoyed power and wealth, and even obtained though bribery certain privileges denied to Christians.

That they played an important part in bringing the Saracens from Africa in 709 is certain. In the invading army there were many African Jews. Everywhere the Spanish Jews opened the gates of cities to the conquerors, and the Moslems rewarded them by turning over to them the government of Granada, Seville and Cordoba. “Without any love for the soil where lived, without any of those affections that ennoble a people, and finally withoput sentiments of generosity,” says Amador de los Rios, “they apired only to feed their avarice and to accomplish the ruin of the Goths; taking the opportunity to manifest their rancor, and boasting of the hatreds that they had hoarded up so many centuries.” This is a severe indictment and it would be most unfair to place all the blame for the Mussulmen invasion at the door of the Jews. Neither their intrigues not the Moorish arms could nave prevailed, perhaps, if the Christian Visigoth monarchy had not fallen first into heresy and then into decadence. King Witiza led an unsavory life, published an edict permitting priests to marry, and so far flouted the Christian beliefs of his subjects that he denied the authority of the Pope. His successor, Roderigo, violated the daughter of Count Julian, who thereupon crossed into Africa and joined the Jews in prevailing upon the Moors to conquer Spain. The sons of Witiza, persecuted by Roderigo, also joined the enemy. And at the critical moment of the battle of Jerez de la Frontery, Bishop Oppas, who had a grudge against Roderigo, went over to the Saracens and gave them the victory.

In the new Moslem state the Jews found themselves highly esteemed. It was under the caliphs that they attained the height of their prosperity. They studied and taught in the Arab universities excelling particularly in astrology and medicine. Through their connection with Asiatic Jews, they were able to get the best drugs and spices; and through their wealth, acquired chiefly through usury, barter and the huge traffic in slaves, they obtained leisure for the pursuit and diffusion of culture. They expounded the philosophy of Aristotle, which flourished among the Arabs, before the Stagirite was known in Christian Europe.

In Granada the Jews became so numerous that is was called “the city of the Jews.” But Saracens persecuted them at times, On December 30, 1066, the Moslems of Granada, infuriated by their exploitations, arose against them and slew 4,000. One of the caliphs expelled all Jews from Granada.

The gradual reconquest of the peninsula by the Christians did not at first trouble their marvelous prosperity. When Saint Fernando took Seville in 1224, he gave the Jews four Moorish mosques to convert into synagogues; he allowed them one of the pleasantest sections for their homes, and imposed to conditions except to refrain from proselytising among Christians and from insulting the Christian religion. The Jews observed neither of these conditions. Yet several of the later kings, usually those of lukewarm faith or those especially in need of money, showed them high favor. Alfonso VIII made one of them his treasurer.  (William Thomas Walsh, Isabella of Spain: The Last Crusader, published originally by Robert McBride and Company in 1930 and republished by TAN Books and Publishers in 1987, pp. 195-197.)

One must understand that, despite all the times they attack each other, Mohammedans and Talmudists are but tools of the adversary who have a fundamentally abiding hatred for Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, and to this end that they seek, sometimes in different ways but sometimes jointly sub rosa. The souls of the unbaptized are captive to the devil by means of Original Sin, which enshrouds them in blindness and, together with their own Actual Sins, inspires them to hate Our Lord, His Holy Church and, in all too many cases, even truth on the merely natural level.

The world is awash in blood as a result of the simple fact that most men alive today do not see in each other the Divine impress and have no fear of the loss of the salvation of their immortal souls. Blood flows easily in a world of falsehoods created by the concerted efforts of Talmudists to use every means available to them to overthrow the Social Reign of Christ the King as they make it appear that they are the “victims” of Christian hatred when the truth is that it is their own hatred for Our Lord and His true Church that has let loose a savage fury in the world that is, tragically, turned against them in their very places of false worship.

The cycle of mindless violence of the sort that has happened recently in Christchurch, New Zealand, Sri Lanka and in the Poway synagogue near San Diego, California, is the result of and has been perpetuated by Talmudism’s unremitting warfare against Catholicism and its equally unremitting efforts to promote and institutionalize blasphemy, immodesty, indecency, impurity, usury, statism, globalism, environmentalism, perversity, genetic engineering and direct assaults against the inviolability of innocent human life (abortion, euthanasia, “palliative care,” “brain death,” vital organ “donation” and transplantation, the starvation and dehydration of brain-damaged human beings, infanticide, monstrous scientific experimentations to create hybrid humans/animals, etc.) These unremitting efforts are being aided and abetted by Talmudism’s best friend in Rome, the Argentine Apostate, who never ceases to praise statists and moral evil-doers and who uses $500,000 in Peter’s Pence funds (Antipope Donates $500,000 to Help Migrant Caravan Seeking to Invade the United States of America) to provide “humanitarian” assistance to the people being exploited by human traffickers to invade the United States of America and thus to change this country’s demography in the furtherance of the One World Governance plans of George Soros.

Whatever may have been the case with respect to the Sri Lankan massacres, we must bear in mind as well that the Sri Lankan authorities had advanced word that the Easter Sunday attacks would take place and did nothing to stop them. This is because the “peace loving” Buddhists who run Sri Lanka have souls that also held in captivity to the devil by the means of Original Sin and who hate the Holy Name of the Divine Redeemer as they tolerate the existence of the Catholic Church in what was known for over three centuries as Ceylon (which was occupied by the Portuguese and the Dutch before given by the latter to the British in 1812) before becoming Sri Lanka in 1972. Attacks upon Catholic churches during the middle of what purports to be offerings of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass mean nothing to the peace-loving devil worshippers who invite the adversary in their souls by attempting to empty their souls of consciousness to achieve the state of “nirvana.” Nirvana is simply another name for perdition as Buddhism embraces every manner of vice imaginable.

The conciliar “popes” have consistently praised pagan religions such as Buddhism and Hinduism. Here is a reminder of what Jorge Mario Bergoglio said about them in Sri Lanka four years ago as he hid his pectoral cross in the presence of Buddhist unholy men:

Distinguished Religious Leaders,

1. I am very pleased to have this opportunity during my visit to Sri Lanka to meet representatives of the various religions which have lived together in harmony for a very long time on this Island: especially Buddhism, present for over two thousand years, Hinduism, also of very long standing, along with Islam and Christianity. This simultaneous presence of great religious traditions is a source of enrichment for Sri Lankan society. At the same time it is a challenge to believers and especially to religious leaders, to ensure that religion itself always remains a force for harmony and peace. On the occasion of my Pastoral Visit to the Catholics of Sri Lanka, I wish to reaffirm the Church’s, and my own, deep and abiding respect for the spiritual and cultural values of which you are the guardians.

Especially since the Second Vatican Council, the Catholic Church has been fully committed to pursuing the path of dialogue and cooperation with the members of other religions. Interreligious dialogue is a precious means by which the followers of the various religions discover shared points of contact in the spiritual life, while acknowledging the differences which exist between them. The Church respects the freedom of individuals to seek the truth and to embrace it according to the dictates of conscience, and in this light she firmly rejects proselytism and the use of unethical means to gain conversions.

2. The Catholic community hopes that through a continuing "dialogue of life" all believers will co–operate willingly in order to defend and promote moral values, social justice, liberty and peace. Like many modern societies, Sri Lanka is facing the spiritual threat represented by the growth of a materialistic outlook, which is more concerned with "having" than with "being". Experience makes it clear that mere technological progress does not satisfy man’s inner yearning for truth and communion. Deeper spiritual needs have to be met if individuals, families, and society itself are not to fall into a serious crisis of values. There is ample room for co–operation among the followers of the various religions in meeting this serious challenge.

For this reason, I appeal to you and encourage you, as the religious leaders of the Sri Lankan people, to consider the concerns which unite believers, rather than the things which divide them. The safeguarding of Sri Lanka’s spiritual heritage calls for strenuous efforts on the part of everyone to proclaim before the world the sacredness of human life, to defend the inalienable dignity and rights of every individual, to strengthen the family as the primary unit of society and the place where children learn humanity, generosity and love, and to encourage respect for the natural environment. Interreligious co–operation is also a powerful force for promoting ethically upright socio–economic and political standards. Democracy itself benefits greatly from the religiously motivated commitment of believers to the common good.

3. Perhaps nothing represents a greater threat to the spiritual fabric of Sri Lankan society than the continuing ethnic conflict. The religious resources of the entire nation must converge to bring an end to this tragic situation. I recently had occasion to say to an international group of religious leaders: "violence in any form is opposed not only to the respect which we owe to every fellow human being; it is opposed also to the true essence of religion.Whatever the conflicts of the past and even of the present, it is our common task and common duty to make better known the relation between religion and peace" (John Paul II, Address for the Opening of the Sixth World Assembly of the World Conference on Religion and Peace, 2). The only struggle worthy of man is "the struggle against his own disordered passions, against every type of hatred and violence; in short against everything that is the exact opposite of peace and reconciliation" (John Paul II, Message for the World Day of Peace 1992, 7).

4. Very dear esteemed friends: I am certain that the principles of mercy and non–violence present in your traditions will be a source of inspiration to Sri Lankans in their efforts to build a peace which will be lasting because it is built upon justice and respect for every human being. I express once more my confidence that your country’s long tradition of religious harmony will grow ever stronger, for the peace and well–being of individuals, for the good of Sri Lanka and of all Asia.

[At the end of the meeting the Holy Father added the following words:]

And now I offer you a gift memorable of these days and of the meeting. I am very grateful for your presence and very grateful for this meeting with you that we are together... not against, but together! 

Not to be together is dangerous. It is necessary to be together, to dialogue. I am very grateful for that. I see in your presence the signs of the goodwill and of the future, the good future, for Sri Lanka and for the whole world. And so I can return to Rome, more hopeful. Thank you. (Meeting with representatives of other religions.) 

It has been said before. I will say again. Anyone who can speak in the manner that the supposed “pope” did in Sri Lanka does not possess the Catholic Faith.

Catholicism is the one and only foundation of  personal and social order.

Nothing else.

False religions are hated by God.



It is the job of a true and legitimate Successor of Saint Peter to seek with urgency the unconditional conversion of all non-Catholics to the true Faith.

As noted earlier, the souls of Hindus and Buddhists and other “peace-loving” devil-worshipers are captive to the devil by means of Original Sin. They are thus incapable of serving as instruments of a true peace, that of Christ the King Himself, something that has been pointed out on this site scores upon scores of times by citing the following passage from Pope Pius XI’s Ubi Arcano Dei Consilio, December 23 1922:

49. It is, therefore, a fact which cannot be questioned that the true peace of Christ can only exist in the Kingdom of Christ — “the peace of Christ in the Kingdom of Christ.” It is no less unquestionable that, in doing all we can to bring about the re-establishment of Christ’s kingdom, we will be working most effectively toward a lasting world peace. (Pope Pius XI, Ubi Arcano Dei Consilio, December 23, 1922.)

How is it possible to believe that a man who said “Not to be here is dangerous” was possessed of the Catholic Faith, no less a true and legitimate Successor of Saint Peter?

How is it possible to take such a man seriously or to spend time parsing his words to sift them for any signs of latent, residual Catholicism?

Ah, as you might have guessed by now, the words given the “pope” in Sri Lanka quoted above belong to a “canonized” “saint,” “Saint John Paul II,” who uttered them on January 21, 1995, the Feast of Saint Agnes.

It is twenty-four years later.

Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s address to a group of “interreligious leaders” in 2015 was completely interchangeable with the one that Karol Wojtyla/John Paul II had given in 1995 when he visited Sri Lanka:

Dear Friends,

I am grateful for the opportunity to take part in this meeting which brings together, among others, the four largest religious communities integral to the life of Sri Lanka: Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam and Christianity.  I thank you for your presence and for your warm welcome.  I also thank those who have offered prayers and blessings, and in a particular way I express my gratitude to Bishop Cletus Chandrasiri Perera and to the Venerable Vigithasiri Niyangoda Thero for their kind words.

I have come to Sri Lanka in the footsteps of my predecessors Popes Paul VI and John Paul II to demonstrate the great love and concern which the Catholic Church has for Sri Lanka.  It is a particular grace for me to visit the Catholic community here, to confirm them in their Christian faith, to pray with them and to share their joys and sufferings.  It is equally a grace to be with all of you, men and women of these great religious traditions, who share with us a desire for wisdom, truth and holiness.

At the Second Vatican Council, the Catholic Church declared her deep and abiding respect for other religions.  She stated that she “rejects nothing of what is true and holy in these religions.  She has a high regard for their manner of life and conduct, their precepts and doctrines” (Nostra Aetate, 2).  For my part, I wish to reaffirm the Church’s sincere respect for you, your traditions and beliefs.

It is in this spirit of respect that the Catholic Church desires to cooperate with you, and with all people of good will, in seeking the welfare of all Sri Lankans.  I hope that my visit will help to encourage and deepen the various forms of interreligious and ecumenical cooperation which have been undertaken in recent years.

These praiseworthy initiatives have provided opportunities for dialogue, which is essential if we are to know, understand and respect one another.  But, as experience has shown, for such dialogue and encounter to be effective, it must be grounded in a full and forthright presentation of our respective convictions.  Certainly, such dialogue will accentuate how varied our beliefs, traditions and practices are.  But if we are honest in presenting our convictions, we will be able to see more clearly what we hold in common.  New avenues will be opened for mutual esteem, cooperation and indeed friendship.

Such positive developments in interreligious and ecumenical relations take on a particular significance and urgency in Sri Lanka.  For too many years the men and women of this country have been victims of civil strife and violence.  What is needed now is healing and unity, not further conflict and division.  Surely the fostering of healing and unity is a noble task which is incumbent upon all who have at heart the good of the nation, and indeed the whole human family.  It is my hope that interreligious and ecumenical cooperation will demonstrate that men and women do not have to forsake their identity, whether ethnic or religious, in order to live in harmony with their brothers and sisters.  

How many ways there are for the followers of the different religions to carry out this service!  How many are the needs that must be tended to with the healing balm of fraternal solidarity!  I think in particular of the material and spiritual needs of the poor, the destitute, those who yearn for a word of consolation and hope.  Here I think too of the many families who continue to mourn the loss of their loved ones.

Above all, at this moment of your nation’s history, how many people of good will are seeking to rebuild the moral foundations of society as a whole?  May the growing spirit of cooperation between the leaders of the various religious communities find expression in a commitment to put reconciliation among all Sri Lankans at the heart of every effort to renew society and its institutions.  For the sake of peace, religious beliefs must never be allowed to be abused in the cause of violence and war.  We must be clear and unequivocal in challenging our communities to live fully the tenets of peace and coexistence found in each religion, and to denounce acts of violence when they are committed.

Dear friends, I thank you once again for your generous welcome and your attention.  May this fraternal encounter confirm all of us in our efforts to live in harmony and to spread the blessings of peace. (Devil Worshiping Pagans Listen to Figure of Antichrist.)









Masquerade Party at Buddhist temple in Colombo, Sri Lanka, as False Religious Leaders Present Themselves as "Men of God."


Find the Crucifix in the photograph.


There is none.

Just a hint.

Healing balm of “fraternal solidarity”?

This is what Pope Saint Pius X wrote in Notre Charge Apostolique, August 15, 1910:

The same applies to the notion of Fraternity which they found on the love of common interest or, beyond all philosophies and religions, on the mere notion of humanity, thus embracing with an equal love and tolerance all human beings and their miseries, whether these are intellectual, moral, or physical and temporal. But Catholic doctrine tells us that the primary duty of charity does not lie in the toleration of false ideas, however sincere they may be, nor in the theoretical or practical indifference towards the errors and vices in which we see our brethren plunged, but in the zeal for their intellectual and moral improvement as well as for their material well-being. Catholic doctrine further tells us that love for our neighbor flows from our love for God, Who is Father to all, and goal of the whole human family; and in Jesus Christ whose members we are, to the point that in doing good to others we are doing good to Jesus Christ Himself. Any other kind of love is sheer illusion, sterile and fleeting.

Indeed, we have the human experience of pagan and secular societies of ages past to show that concern for common interests or affinities of nature weigh very little against the passions and wild desires of the heart. No, Venerable Brethren, there is no genuine fraternity outside Christian charity. Through the love of God and His Son Jesus Christ Our Saviour, Christian charity embraces all men, comforts all, and leads all to the same faith and same heavenly happiness.

By separating fraternity from Christian charity thus understood, Democracy, far from being a progress, would mean a disastrous step backwards for civilizationIf, as We desire with all Our heart, the highest possible peak of well being for society and its members is to be attained through fraternity or, as it is also called, universal solidarity, all minds must be united in the knowledge of Truth, all wills united in morality, and all hearts in the love of God and His Son Jesus Christ. But this union is attainable only by Catholic charity, and that is why Catholic charity alone can lead the people in the march of progress towards the ideal civilization. . . .

Here we have, founded by Catholics, an inter-denominational association that is to work for the reform of civilization, an undertaking which is above all religious in character; for there is no true civilization without a moral civilization, and no true moral civilization without the true religion: it is a proven truth, a historical fact. The new Sillonists cannot pretend that they are merely working on “the ground of practical realities” where differences of belief do not matter. Their leader is so conscious of the influence which the convictions of the mind have upon the result of the action, that he invites them, whatever religion they may belong to, “to provide on the ground of practical realities, the proof of the excellence of their personal convictions.” And with good reason: indeed, all practical results reflect the nature of one’s religious convictions, just as the limbs of a man down to his finger-tips, owe their very shape to the principle of life that dwells in his body.

This being said, what must be thought of the promiscuity in which young Catholics will be caught up with heterodox and unbelieving folk in a work of this nature? Is it not a thousand-fold more dangerous for them than a neutral association? What are we to think of this appeal to all the heterodox, and to all the unbelievers, to prove the excellence of their convictions in the social sphere in a sort of apologetic contest? Has not this contest lasted for nineteen centuries in conditions less dangerous for the faith of Catholics? And was it not all to the credit of the Catholic Church? What are we to think of this respect for all errors, and of this strange invitation made by a Catholic to all the dissidents to strengthen their convictions through study so that they may have more and more abundant sources of fresh forces? What are we to think of an association in which all religions and even Free-Thought may express themselves openly and in complete freedom? For the Sillonists who, in public lectures and elsewhere, proudly proclaim their personal faith, certainly do not intend to silence others nor do they intend to prevent a Protestant from asserting his Protestantism, and the skeptic from affirming his skepticism. Finally, what are we to think of a Catholic who, on entering his study group, leaves his Catholicism outside the door so as not to alarm his comrades who, “dreaming of disinterested social action, are not inclined to make it serve the triumph of interests, coteries and even convictions whatever they may be”? Such is the profession of faith of the New Democratic Committee for Social Action which has taken over the main objective of the previous organization and which, they say, “breaking the double meaning which surround the Greater Sillon both in reactionary and anti-clerical circles”, is now open to all men “who respect moral and religious forces and who are convinced that no genuine social emancipation is possible without the leaven of generous idealism.”  (Pope Saint Pius X, Notre Charge Apostolique, August 15, 1910.)

Do not be fooled.

Conciliarism is not Catholicism. 

False ecumenism enables and ennobles all the enemies of Our Lord and His true Church to the point of attacking Catholic church buildings around the world, including in France, where one of the most tightly-held secrets by the globalists is that Catholic churches in the country that is, despite the revolution that has laid it waste for the past two hundred thirty years, the elder daughter or the Church, are being attacked and burned regularly:

The cause of the Notre-Dame Cathedral fire is still being investigated and the Paris prosecutor has ruled out arson and says it was likely the result of an accident. 

"We are favoring the theory of an accident," prosecutor Remy Heitz told reporters Tuesday.

The fire to the iconic church, however, may have raised awareness to a rash of vandalism to French churches. A total of 875 of France's 42,258 churches were vandalized in 2018, with a small fire set to the Saint-Sulpice church in Paris in March, according to French police.

In the same week that the fire broke out at the Saint-Sulpice church, another 11 churches were vandalized. According to the Ministry of the Interior, a total of 1,063 anti-Christian acts were recorded in 2018 alone.

Other acts of vandalism to the churches include human feces spread on the walls of the Notre-Dame-des-Enfacts in Nimes and a damaged organ at the Saint-Denis basilica. Another 129 churches had thefts on their property with still another 59 cemeteries vandalized.

Republication MP Valerie Boyer told the Sun, “Every day, at least two churches are profaned.”

The fire at the Saint-Sulpice church, although small, was started deliberately according to police and will cost several hundred million euros to repair, Courrier International reported

There has been a call for more investigations in the anti-Christian acts in France by legislators as the acts of vandalism have been downplayed by church officials. (Notre Dame Cathedral Fire is not arson although 875 French churches were vandalized in 2018.)

While the cause of an enormous fire that engulfed the historic Parisian Notre Dame Cathedral has yet to be determined, the destruction of hundreds of other French churches has been concerning Christians across the globe over the past couple of years.

In the month of February alone, some 10 incidents of vandalism and desecration of Catholic churches were reported across the European country. According to Anglican Mainstream, on average, two French churches are desecrated every single day.

Here are just a few specific examples to highlight: 

According to the Catholic News Agency, on February 5, an altar cloth was set alight and crosses and statues were torn down and disfigured at Saint-Alain Cathedral in Lavaur.

hile the cause of an enormous fire that engulfed the historic Parisian Notre Dame Cathedral has yet to be determined, the destruction of hundreds of other French churches has been concerning Christians across the globe over the past couple of years.

In the month of February alone, some 10 incidents of vandalism and desecration of Catholic churches were reported across the European country. According to Anglican Mainstream, on average, two French churches are desecrated every single day.

Here are just a few specific examples to highlight: 

According to the Catholic News Agency, on February 5, an altar cloth was set alight and crosses and statues were torn down and disfigured at Saint-Alain Cathedral in Lavaur.

Powerful Photo Reveals Cross Standing Untouched Inside Devastated Notre Dame Cathedral

The beautiful, 800-year-old building had recently undergone major renovations.

Following the brutal act, the city’s mayor, Bernard Carayon, poignantly declared, “God will forgive. Not me,” according to La Croix. 

#Breaking: Just in – The fire in Saint-Sulpice church in #Paris is a "deliberate" act reports French news outlet "LCI" an accident is been excluded at this time. #France #SaintSulpice

— Sotiri Dimpinoudis ‏ (@sotiridi) March 18, 2019

Then, just a day later, vandals at a Catholic church in Nimes stormed into the sanctuary, threw the consecrated hosts (which Catholics believe to be the actual body and blood of Jesus) on the ground and drew a cross on the wall in excrement. The sickening incident devastated the local faith community.

“This act of profanation hurts us all in our deepest convictions,” Bishop Robert Wattebled said at the time.


— lil g (@lili_gasparr) March 17, 2019

The Observatory on Intolerance and Discrimination Against Christians in Europe recorded yet another incident of vandalism on February 9 at the Church of Notre-Dame de Dijon in Côte-d’Or.

Following news of the attacks, French daily morning newspaper Le Figaro noted that the trend was “continuing at a worrying level.”

“Every day, at least two churches are profaned,” Valérie Boyer, an opposition MP for the Republican party, told the outlet, according to Premier UK.

The attacks don’t stop at France, however. Recently, Germany has seen an uptick in arson attacks on its places of worship.

In the month of March, four separate incidents of church vandalization were recorded.

“There is a creeping war against everything that symbolizes Christianity: attacks on mountain-summit crosses, on sacred statues by the wayside, on churches… and recently also on cemeteries,” noted German outlet PI News.

While we mourn the loss of one of the most iconic churches in the world, which by recent accounts appears to be accidental, let’s remember that places of worship across this nation, and across Europe as a whole, are being desecrated, vandalized and attacked on a frequent basis. Let’s also pray for the restoration of churches and the protection of faith communities facing similar threats from hostile groups. (https://wwFrench churches are being destroyed at a terrifying rate.)

Although I do not believe that the fire at the Cathedral de Notre Dame de Paris was accident as the former chief architect of the cathedral’s restoration reminded the world that eight hundred year-old oak is very difficult to burn and that a new electrical system was installed in the 1990s (see Notre Dame Cathedral blaze was no accident) and realize quite readily that the good God is permitting this to happen to execute chastisements for the daily stagings of the abomination of desolation that is the Protestant and Judeo-Masonic Novus Ordo liturgical service, it is also incontestably the case that the silence of the conciliar “popes” about the attacks waged by the forces of Antichrist upon individual Catholics and Catholic churches and shrines, which is proceeding apace in Red China after Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s epic act of appeasement of the Chicom butchers last year:

FENGXIANG, China, April 10, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) ― Two hundred Chinese Catholics put their lives on the line when they attempted to stop the Communist government from destroying their beloved shrine.

According to Fr. Bernardo Cervellera, missionary priest and the editor of Asia News, the 200 members of the underground Catholic church have been holding a sit-in on the steps of the shrine of Mujiaping since yesterday evening.

“We are willing to lay down our lives," one of the Chinese Catholics is reported to have said.

This morning “at least 600” government officials and policemen arrived at the site to tear down the building.

Dedicated to the Sacred Heart, the shrine is considered Marian because pilgrims go there to visit its statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Chinese officials intend to destroy the statue as well as the sanctuary and a historical gate leading to its steps.

he shrine of Mujiaping is in the diocese of Fengxiang (Shaanxi), where last week agents of China’s communist government destroyed the church in Qianyang. It is believed that this diocese, headed by Bishop Luke Li Jingfeng until his death late in 2017, is the only one in China where neither the laity nor the bishop belong to the Communist-ruled Catholic Patriotic Catholic Association.

Cervella reported that it is unlikely that the outnumbered faithful will succeed in keeping the government officials from destroying the shrine.

David Mulroney, a former Canadian ambassador to China and a Catholic, told LifeSiteNews that the violent destruction of the Marian shrine is “heartbreaking, and shows how deeply China’s Communist Party fears religious belief.”

He added that the courage of the Fengxiang Catholics is inspiring and that they need help.

“While they deserve our prayers, they also deserve the support of the international community,” Mulroney said.

He added that the Vatican needs “to find its voice.”

“Vatican diplomats seem to think that speaking out will somehow threaten the agreement that they recently signed with Chinese authorities,” Mulroney stated.  

“They need to understand that what’s happening at Mujiaping is the fruit of that agreement,” he continued.

“By speaking out, standing up for the faithful and the truth, Rome can undo some of the damage done by its naive infatuation with China’s communist leaders, who respect neither faith nor truth.”

In October 2018, soon after the Vatican and China signed a historic accord, Chinese authorities destroyed the Marian shrines of Our Lady of the Seven Sorrows in Dongergou (Shaanxi) and Our Lady of Bliss, also known as Our Lady of the Mountain, in Anlong (Guizhou). (https://wFaithful Catholics Risk Their Live to stop destruction of church and shrine in Red China.)

Why should Bergoglio care about the Cathedral de Notre Dame de Paris as he has enabled the Chicoms to continue the destruction of Catholic churches and shrines in Red China as neither he nor his Communist-appeasing secretary of state, Pietro Parolin, have said a word about what is happening as a result of their sellout. It can be argued rather persuasively that they look favorably upon the persecution of those who refuse to submit to the “enlightenment” of a Communist regime and its attacks upon all that is true and good. This is taking place because Bergoglio himself is the most effective agent of Antichrist on the face of the earth. After all, he is too busy talking about climate change and “sustainable development goals” to care about the persecution of Catholics by Communists, Mohammedans and others (see Jorge discourses on sustainable devevlopment goals for the "comom home").

The Sri Lankan massacres thus are just another proof of the fruitlessness of the false ecumenism and syncretism that have characterized the “pontificates” of Giovanni Battista Enrico Antonio Maria Montini/Paul VI, Karol Josef Wojtyla/John Paul II, Joseph Alois Ratzinger/Benedict XVI and Jorge Mario Bergoglio. Although the human cost of the massacres must never be minimized, the fact that the conciliar authorities in Sri Lanka have canceled all stagings of the Protestant and Judeo-Masonic Novus Ordo liturgical services indefinitely for fear of more attacks from faithful adherents of the “religion of peace” means that God will not be offended in Sri Lanka at Cranmer tables for a short while.

The lords of conciliarism have an unwritten set of commandments that have been articulated both expressly and implicitly by their actions or words—or lack thereof:

Thou shalt believe that all religions without exception possesseth elements of truth and sanctification.

Thou shalt never uttereth a word of criticism about false religions even their adherents commit acts of terrorism,

Thou shalt never speaketh about matters of “personal morality” pertaining to the Fifth, Sixth and Ninth Commandments nor against anyone who is compelled for serious reasons of conscience to defy them.

Thou shalt never denieth the number of our elder brethren killed by the Third Reich.

Thou shall never kneeleth to receive what we sayeth is Holy Communion.

Thou shalt never opposseth the agenda advanced by George Soros and the causes he funds without incurring the wrath of Jorge.

Thou shalt always speaketh ill of Catholics attached to the past.

Thou shalt always praiseth public officials who pursue progressive policies designed to promote women’s rights, climate control, open borders, diversity, income redistribution and marriage equality.

Thou must always insisteth that the Mosaic Covenant is perpetually valid and has never been abrogated.

Thou must always seeketh to make the Fathers and Doctors of the church as witnesses in behalf of conciliarism.

Thou must always findeth paths to innovation, experimentation and inclusion in liturgical celebrations.

Thou must neverth look behind the curtain to see an octogenarian pulling the levers that turneth on flashing lights and bloweth smoke in the face of Catholics.

A ready antidote to these false, unwritten commandments of the counterfeit church of conciliarism can be found in the life of Saint Peter of Verona (Saint Peter Martyr), the Protomartyr of the Order of Preachers, whose feast is commemorated today, April 29, 2019, which is transferred feast of Saint Mark the Evangelist. Dom Prosper Gueranger, O.S.B.’s inspiring account of the life and martyrdom of Saint Peter Martyr teaches us this truth in several ways:

The hero deputed this day by the Church to greet our Risen Lord was so valiant in the good fight that martyrdom is part of his name. He is known as Peter the Martyr; to that we cannot speak of him without raising the echo of victory. He was put to death by heretics, and is the grand tribute paid to our Redeemer by the thirteenth century. Never was there a triumph hailed with greater enthusiasm than this. The martyrdom of St. Thomas of Canterbury excited the admiration of the faithful of the preceding century, for nothing was so dear to our forefathers as the liberty of the Church; the martyrdom of St. Peter was celebrated with a like intensity of praise and joy. Let us hearken to the fervid eloquence of the great Pontiff, Innocent IV, who thus begins the Bull of the martyr’s canonization: ‘The truth of the Christian faith, manifested, as it has been, by great and frequent miracles, is not beautified by the new merit of a new Saint. Lo! a combatant of these our times comes, bringing us new and great triumphant signs. The voice of his blood shed (for Christ) is heard, and the fame of his martyrdom is trumpeted, through the world. The land is not silent that sweateth with blood; the country that produced so noble a warrior resounds with his praise; yea, the very sword that did the deed of parricide proclaims his glory. . . . Mother Church has great reason to rejoice, and abundant matter for gladness; she has cause to sing a new canticle to the Lord, and a hymn of fervent praise to her God: . . . the Christian people has cause to give forth devout songs to its Creator. A sweet fruit, gathered in the garden of faith, has been set upon the table of the eternal King: a grape-bunch taken from the vineyard of the Church has filled the royal cup with new wine. . . . The flourishing of the Order of Preachers has produced a red rose, whose sweetness is most grateful to the King; and from the Church here on earth there has been taken a stone, which, after being cut and polished, has deserved a place of honour in the temple of heaven.

Such was the language wherewith the supreme Pontiff spoke of the new martyr, and the people responded by celebrating his feast with extraordinary devotion. It was kept as were the ancient festivals, that is, all servile work was forbidden upon it. The churches served by the Fathers of the Dominican Order were crowded on his feast; and the faithful took little branches with them, that they might be blessed in memory of the triumph of Peter the Martyr. The custom is still observed; and the branches blessed by the Dominicans on this day are venerated as being a protection to the houses where they are kept.

How are we to account for all this fervent devotion of the people towards St. Peter? It was because he died in defense of the faith; and nothing was so dear to the Christians of those days as faith. Peter had received the charge to seize all the heretics who at that time were causing great disturbance and scandal in the country round about Milan. They were called Cathari, but in reality were Manicheans; their teachings were detestable, and their lives most immoral. Peter fulfilled his duty with a firmness and equity which soon secured him the hatred of the heretics; and when he fell a victim to his holy courage, a cry of admiration and gratitude was heard throughout Christendom. Nothing could be more devoid of truth than the accusations brought by the enemies of the Church and their indiscreet abettors against the measures formerly decreed by the public law of Catholic nations, in order to foil the efforts made by evil-minded men to injure the true faith. In those times, no tribunal was more popular as that whose office was to protect the faith, and to put down all them that attacked it. It was to the Order of St. Dominic that this office was mainly entrusted; and well may they be proud of the honour of having so long held one so beneficial to the salvation of mankind. How many of its members have met with a glorious death in the exercise of their stern duty! St. Peter is the first of the martyrs given by the Order for this holy cause: his name, however, head a long list of others who were his brethren in religion, his successors in the defence of the faith, and his followers to martyrdom. The coercive measures that were once, and successfully, long since ceased to be used: but for us Catholics, our judgement of them must surely be that of the Church. She bids us to-day honour as a martyr one of her Saints, who was put to death whilst resisting the wolves that threatened the sheep of Christ’s fold; should we not be guilty of disrespect to our Mother if we dared to condemn what she so highly approves? Far, then, be from us that cowardly truckling to the spirit of the age, which would make us ashamed of the courageous efforts made by our forefathers for the preservation of the faith! Far from us that childish readiness to believe the calumnies of Protestants against an institution which they naturally detest! Far from us that deplorable confusion of ideas which puts truth and error on an equality, and from the fact that error can have no rights, concludes that truth can claim none! (Dom Prosper Gueranger, O.S.B., The Liturgical Year: Paschal Time, Book II, pp. 374-376.)

Who puts truth and error on an equality?

Well, perhaps an example or two will suffice:

I thank you for the kind words contained in your message to me at my election, and I wish in turn to offer my greetings and best wishes on the occasion of your Enthronement at Canterbury Cathedral.

The pastoral ministry is a call to walk in fidelity to the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ. Please be assured of my prayers as you take up your new responsibilities, and I ask you to pray for me as I respond to the new call that the Lord has addressed to me.

I look forward to meeting you in the near future, and to continuing the warm fraternal relations that our predecessors enjoyed. (Message of The Head Apostate in Rome to the Head Apostate in England.)

Yes, dear brothers and sisters in Christ, let us all feel intimately united to the prayer of our Savior in the Last Supper, to his invocation: ut unum sint. Let us ask the merciful Father to live in fullness that faith that we received as a gift on the day of our baptism, and to be able to bear free, courageous and joyful testimony to it. This will be our best service to the cause of unity among Christians, a service of hope to a world still marked by divisions, by contrast and rivalry. The more we are faithful to His will, in our thoughts, words and deeds, the more we will actually and substantially walk towards unity.

For my part, I wish to assure you, in the wake of my predecessors, of my determination to continue on the path of ecumenical dialogue and I would like to thank in advance the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity, for the help that it will continue to offer, in my name, for this noble cause. I ask you, dear brothers and sisters, to bring my cordial greeting and the assurance of my remembrance in the Lord Jesus to the churches and Christian communities here represented, and request of you the charity of a special prayer for my person, to be a pastor according to the heart of Christ. (Bergoglio’s Address to Representative of the Schismatic and Heretical Orthodox Churches, Protesant sects, Talmudists, Mohammedans and Other Infidels, Masons and Pantheists.)

We know how much violence has been produced in recent history by the attempt to eliminate God and the divine from the horizon of humanity, and we experience the value of witnessing in our societies to the original opening to transcendence that is inherent in the human heart. In this, we feel close even to all those men and women who, whilst not recognising themselves belonging to any religious tradition, feel themselves nevertheless to be in search of truth, goodness and beauty, this truth, goodness and beauty of God, and who are our precious allies in efforts to defend the dignity of man, in building a peaceful coexistence among peoples and in guarding Creation carefully. (Bergoglio Address to Representative of the Schismatic and Heretical Orthodox Churches, Protesant sects, Talmudists, Mohammedans and Other Infidels, Masons and Pantheists.)  

We all know there are numerous models of unity and you know that the Catholic Church also has as her goal the full visible unity of the disciples of Christ, as defined by the Second Vatican Ecumenical Council in its various Documents (cf. Lumen Gentium, nn. 8, 13; Unitatis Redintegratio, nn. 2, 4, etc.). This unity, we are convinced, indeed subsists in the Catholic Church, without the possibility of ever being lost (cf. Unitatis Redintegratio, n. 4); the Church in fact has not totally disappeared from the world.

On the other hand, this unity does not mean what could be called ecumenism of the return:  that is, to deny and to reject one’s own faith history. Absolutely not!

It does not mean uniformity in all expressions of theology and spirituality, in liturgical forms and in discipline. Unity in multiplicity, and multiplicity in unity:  in my Homily for the Solemnity of Sts Peter and Paul on 29 June last, I insisted that full unity and true catholicity in the original sense of the word go together. As a necessary condition for the achievement of this coexistence, the commitment to unity must be constantly purified and renewed; it must constantly grow and mature. (Ratzinger/Benedict Ecumenical meeting at the Archbishopric of Cologne English)

Since 1967, our dialogue has treated major theological themes such as: revelation and faith, tradition and teaching authority in the Church. These efforts have been candid in addressing areas of difference. They have also demonstrated a considerable degree of convergence and are worthy of reflection and study. Our dialogue and the many ways in which Catholics and Methodists have become better acquainted have allowed us to recognize together some of those “Christian treasures of great value”. On occasion, this recognition has enabled us to speak with a common voice in addressing social and ethical questions in an increasingly secularized world. I have been encouraged by the initiative which would bring the member churches of the World Methodist Council into association with the Joint Declaration on the Doctrine of Justification, signed by the Catholic Church and the Lutheran World Federation in 1999. Should the World Methodist Council express its intent to associate itself with the Joint Declaration, it would assist in contributing to the healing and reconciliation we ardently desire, and would be a significant step towards the stated goal of full visible unity in faith.

Dear friends, under the guidance of the Holy Spirit and mindful of God’s great and abiding Mercy throughout the world, let us seek to foster a mutual commitment to the Word of God, to witness and to joint prayer. As we prepare our hearts and minds to welcome the Lord in this Advent season, I invoke God’s abundant blessings upon all of you and on Methodists throughout the world. (Address of Benedict XVI to Methodists.)

Places of worship, like this splendid Al-Hussein Bin Talal mosque named after the revered late King, stand out like jewels across the earth’s surface. From the ancient to the modern, the magnificent to the humble, they all point to the divine, to the Transcendent One, to the Almighty. And through the centuries these sanctuaries have drawn men and women into their sacred space to pause, to pray, to acknowledge the presence of the Almighty, and to recognize that we are all his creatures. (Ratzinger/Benedict Speech to Muslim religious leaders, members of the Diplomatic Corps and Rectors of universities in Jordan in front of the mosque al-Hussein bin Talal in Amman.)

Look, these are the things that come to my mind. How to do this? Simply in the awareness that we all have something in common, we’re all human. And in this humanity, we can get close to each other to work together … “But I belong to this religion, or to that one …” it doesn’t matter!

Let’s all go forward to work together, respecting each other, respecting! I see this miracle: the miracle of a desert that becomes a forest. Thanks for everything you do! (Bergoglio Tells Fellow Apostates That It Doesn't Matter What Religion One Belongs to as We are all Human. See also Novus Ordo Watch Wire.)

Get the idea?

There are, of course, so many other examples of Bergoglio's apostasies during his turn as the universal public face of apostasy iin the past forty-nine and one-half months. I, for one, no longer have the time to catalog and comment on each regularly as Bergoglio regurgitates his revolutionary shibboleths without cease. Those who do not want to see an apostate when face-to-face with one by now just do not want to be convinced. There is a price to pay for doing so, and that price is very steep in terms of human respect and possibly even financial security. There is little to gain, humanly speaking, especially in today's climate, from accepting, no less speaking out about, the fact that a series of pretenders, one worse than the other, have laid claim falsely to the Throne of Saint Peter to preside over a counterfeit ape of the Catholic Church.

Let us turn now to Dom Prosper Gueranger, O.S.B.’s prayer to Saint Peter Martyr:

The victory was thine, O Peter! and thy zeal for the defence of the holy faith was rewarded. Thou didst ardently desire to shed thy blood for the holiest of causes, and by such a sacrifice to confirm the faithful of Christ in their religion. Our Lord satisfied thy desire; he would even have thy martyrdom be in the festive season of the Resurrection of our divine Lamb, that his glory might add lustre to the beauty of thy holocaust. When the death-blow fell upon thy venerable head, and they generous blood was flowing from the wounds, thou didst write on the ground the first words of the creed, for whose holy truth thou was giving thy life.

Protector of the Christian people! what other motive hadst thou, in all thy labours, but charity? What else but a desire to defend the weak from danger induced thee not only to preach against error, but to drive its teachers from the flock? How many simple souls, who were receiving divine truth from the teaching of the Church, have been deceived by the lying sophistry of heretical doctrine, and have lost the faith? Surely the Church would do all she could to ward off such dangers from her children; she would do all she could to defend them from enemies, who were bent on destroying the glorious inheritance which had been handed down to them by millions of martyrs! She knew the strange tendency that often exists in the heart of fallen man to love error; whereas truth, though of itself unchanging, is not sure of its remaining firmly in the mind, unless it be defended by learning or by faith, as to learning, there are but few who possess it; and as to faith, error is ever conspiring against it, and, of course, with the appearance of truth. In the Christian ages it  would have been deemed not only criminal, but absurd, to grant to error the liberty which is due only to truth; and they that were in authority considered it a duty to keep the weak from danger, by removing from them all occasions of a fall; just as the father of a family keeps his children from coming in contact with wicked companions who could easily impose on their inexperience, and lead them to evil under the name of good.

Obtain for us, O holy martyr, a keen appreciation of the precious gift of faith–that element which keeps us on the way to salvation. May we zealously do everything that lies in our power to preserve it, both in our ourselves and in them that are under our care. The love of this holy faith has grown cold in so many hearts; and frequent intercourse with free-thinkers has made them think and speak of matters of faith in a very loose way. Pray for them, O Peter, that they may recover that fearless love of the truths of religion which should be one of the chief traits of the Christian characterIf they be living in a country where the modern system is introduced of training all religions alike–that is, of giving equal rights to error and to truth–let them be all the more courageous in professing the truth, and detesting the errors opposed to the truth. Pray for us, O holy martyr, that they may be enkindled within us an ardent love of that faith without which it is impossible to please God. Pray that we may become all earnestness in this duty, which is of vital importance to salvation; that thus our faith may daily gain strength within us, till at length we shall merit to see in heaven what we have believed unhesitatingly on earth. (Dom Prosper Gueranger, O.S.B., The Liturgical Year: Paschal Time, Book II, pp. 378-380.)

This is a direct condemnation of what Jorge Mario Bergoglio says openly and that his predecessors expressed both by word and by deed. Concilirism is the emobident of the belief that all religions and good and true, thus giving equal rights to error and truth.

Yes, how many simple souls, many of whom today have never received the true teaching of the Church, have been deceived by the lying sophistry of the conciliar revolutionaries, and have lost the Faith as a result?

Is it not true that men today, being deprived of the superabundance of the fruits of Sanctifying and Actual Grace, are more prone to be deceived by error?

Is it not true that error, conspiring against truth, seeks to wrap itself up in the appearance of truth, which is what Jorge Mario Bergoglio has done for all but a relative handful of days in the past seventy-three months, sixteen days during his daily “homilies” during his staging of the Protestant and Judeo-Masonic Novus Ordo liturgical abomination at the Casa Santa Marta, home to the false "pope's" Ding Dong School Of Apostasy.)

Do not we have an obligation to help our families and our friends from being deceived by error

The path to Heaven can be trod only by those who are willing to bear the Cross and to lift it high in their daily lives seeking only to live in such a way that we will be ready at all times to die in a state of Sanctifying Grace as a member of the Catholic Church, outside of which there is no salvation and without which there can be no true social order, as we pray as many Rosaries each day as our state in life permits.

It’s the Faith that matters, the entire Faith without any compromises, now and for all eternity.

Aren’t we willing to suffer some more for the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus through the Immaculate Heart of Mary?

Saint Peter Martyr was willing to do eight hundred years ago.

What’s wrong with us?

Immaculate Heart of Mary, triumph soon!

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Viva Cristo ReyVivat Christus Rex!

Saint Joseph, pray for us.

Saints Peter and Paul, pray for us.

Saint John the Baptist, pray for us.

Saint John the Evangelist, pray for us.

Saint Michael the Archangel, pray for us.

Saint Gabriel the Archangel, pray for us.

Saint Raphael the Archangel, pray for us.

Saints Joachim and Anne, pray for us.

Saints Caspar, Melchior, and Balthazar, pray for us.

Saint Mark the Evangelist, pray for us.

Saint Peter Martyr, pray for us.