Memorandum to Jorge Mario Bergoglio: NYET!

As the people of Ukraine continue to be devastated by the unjust Russian “military operation” to “liberate” the people of the Donbas who, it should be pointed out, did not greet the Russian invaders with cheers or white flowers as Russian Federation President Vladimir Putin imagined (much along the lines of how George Walker Bush imagined American troops would be welcomed in Baghdad, Iraq, nineteen years, seven days ago), shallow men such as Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr., who seems totally oblivious to a mental/cognitive decline that is completely obvious to objective observers (at least I am aware of the fact that I am slipping here and there), and Jorge Mario Bergoglio continue to exploit this tragedy for their own respective ends, President in Name Only Biden and Jorge Mario Bergoglio have taken center stage with the worthless words.

Living down to his usual level of abject indecency, President in Name Only Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr., dared to compare the tragic plight of the refugees fleeing the effects of the Russian invasion of Ukraine:

President Biden compared the influx of Ukrainian refugees in Poland to the situation at the U.S.–Mexico border in comments during a meeting with Polish president Andrzej Duda in Warsaw on Saturday.

Poland has absorbed over 2.2 million Ukrainian refugees since Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine at the end of February. Biden called on other NATO allies to receive more refugees fleeing from the war.

“We do acknowledge that Poland is taking on a significant responsibility that I don’t think should just be Poland, it should be the whole world—all of NATO’s responsibility. The fact that you have so many Ukrainians seeking refuge in this country of Poland, we understand that because we have on our southern border thousands of people a day—literally, not figuratively—trying to get to the United States,” Biden said at a bilateral meeting with Duda.


Biden added that his administration believes it should “do our part relative to Ukraine as well by opening our borders to another 100,000 people,” apparently referencing a decision to accept up to 100,000 Ukrainian refugees under temporary protected status.


U.S. border agents encountered over 2 million migrants at the southern border during President Biden’s first year in office. The influx saw record-breaking monthly totals, with a high of 213,593 encounters recorded in July 2021.


The U.S. border crisis is ongoing with 164,973 migrant encounters reported in February, up over 60 percent from February 2021. A U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement report released in March showed that ICE arrests and deportations dropped after the president assumed office. (Biden Compares Ukraine Refugee Crisis in Poland to U.S. Southern Border.)

Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr., is an obscene man. To compare the plight of innocent victims of a foreign country’s invasion to those who have been invited to break the just laws of a sovereign nation by entering at will is beneath contempt. Then again, most everything that Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr., has ever done is beneath contempt. The man is a demagogue who long ago betrayed the cause of the binding precepts of the Divine Positive Law and the Natural Law who has indemnified at least of his own children, the notorious Hunter, in his life of debasement that has made millions of dollars on the Biden family name. Indeed, for all of Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr.’s., expressions of sympathy for the Ukrainian people, it was as vice president under the chief consigliere of the Russian Collusion delusion, Barack Hussein Obama/Barry Soetoro, that he held up $1 billion in aid to Ukraine if the then president did not fire a prosecutor who has investigating Burisma Holdings, which just happened to have sonny boy Hunter on its board even though he spoke neither Ukrainian nor Russian and had absolutely no experience in natural gas or petroleum products but did have plenty of experience with crack cocaine and living a life of natural vice:

Joe Biden’s decision to pressure Ukraine into firing its top prosecutor, who was investigating an oil and gas conglomerate that employed the former vice president’s son, came shortly after the company lobbied the Obama White House to end the probe.

A series of documents from the Obama-Biden administration released on Monday reveal that representatives for Burisma Holdings sought a meeting with the State Department in February 2016 to discuss allegations of corruption against the company.

At the time, Burisma and its founder, Mykola Zlochevsky, were under suspicion for money laundering and public corruption. The allegations stem from Zlochevsky’s tenure as Ukraine’s minister of ecology and natural resources in the early 2010s, where it is purported he used his position to approve oil and gas licenses for Burisma.

In order to get the meeting with the State Dept., Burisma’s representatives specifically invoked the former vice president’s youngest son, Hunter, who sat on the company’s board of directors. The documents, which were obtained through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit by John Solomon, do not indicate if the meeting ever took place. Solomon has indicated that there are more records forthcoming, subject to an ongoing FOIA lawsuit.

Although the records can not confirm if an actual meeting took place, the timeline of events that transpired shortly afterwards were directly to Burisma’s benefit.

In March 2016, Biden issued an ultimatum to then-Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko: either the government fire its top prosecutor, Viktor Shokin, or the U.S. would rescind upwards of $1 billion in aid.

According to Biden’s official recollection of the incident, he issued the ultimatum on behalf of then-President Barack Obama, who had lost faith in Shokin’s ability to root out corruption. Unofficially, though, it was well known that that Shokin was ramping up his investigation into both Burisma and Zlochvesky.

Shokin’s probe had progressed far enough that he was able to convince the Ukrainian courts in early 2016 to seize Zlochvesky’s remaining assets in the country. The oligarch only evaded arrest because he was already hiding abroad after having fled Ukraine in 2014 when a pro-western uprising toppled his allies in the country’s then-pro-Russian government.

Adding to the appearance of conflicting interests behind the former vice president’s decision to oust Shokin is that the prosecutor has claimed he was preparing to interview Hunter Biden about his Burisma tenure when he was fired.

The revelations come into the spotlight as questions mount as to how Hunter Biden was able to secure an appointment to Burisma’s board in the first place. As Peter Schweizer, senior contributor at Breitbart News, detailed in his book Secret Empires: How the American Political Class Hides Corruption and Enriches Family and Friends, Hunter Biden secured the position, which paid as much as $83,000 per month, despite no having background in energy or Ukraine.

Adding to the appearance of impropriety is the fact that Hunter Biden joined Burisma at a time the company was seen as actively courting western leaders to prevent further scrutiny of its business practices. The same month the younger’s Biden appointment was announced, the government of Great Britain froze accounts belonging to Burisma founder Mykola Zlochevsky under suspicion of money laundering. Zlochevsky, a former Ukrainian minister of natural resources, would later be accused of corruption for using his office to approve oil and gas licenses to Burisma.

A Ukrainian official with strong ties to Zlochevsky admitted in October the only reason that Hunter Biden secured the appointment was to “protect” the company from foreign scrutiny. The claim has credence given that at the time Joe Biden, as the sitting vice president, was tasked with leading the Obama administration’s policy towards Ukraine in response to Russia’s invasion of Crimea.

Hunter Biden, himself, admitted his father’s political influence was the likely reason for his appointment to Burisma’s board during a recent ABC News interview.

“I don’t know. I don’t know. Probably not, in retrospect,” the younger Biden said when asked if he would have been tapped for the lucrative job had his father not been the sitting vice president. He quickly added, though, that his family’s political prominence had always played a large role in his dealings. “But that’s—you know—I don’t think that there’s a lot of things that would have happened in my life if my last name wasn’t Biden.” (Biden Pressured Ukraine to Fire Prosecutor After Burisma Lobbying Effort.)

As noted in part three of Wars and Rumors of Wars, Ukrainian leaders put their eggs in the Biden basket and worked overtime to prevent the election of Donald John Trump in 2016 before seeking to undermine his presidency and get their incompetent, profane, blaspheming dufus and tool of the “woke” crowd from Delaware elected, and now the Ukrainian people are suffering now as a result.

On a side note, Jumble Brain Biden blasphemed once again when he used God’s name in vain in say that Vladimir Putin could be allowed to remain in power, prompting White House officials to say that their nominal boss did not mean that the way it sounded:

But the White House knew what a mistake he’d made — that it would be viewed as Biden advocating regime change — and that it would inflame the situation; that Putin would likely use it as a propaganda point showing that the U.S. was trying to get rid of him and that would make things even worse. It also might be implying they were taking action that they weren’t willing to take. So they immediately tried to unring the bell and walk it back.

So now they have to explain to the rest of the world: Whoops, he didn’t mean that — we’re going to try to say it means something other than what he said.

Instead of having the Reagan-like speech that they’d hoped for, they once again had a mess. This was the third time on this trip alone that they had to clean up after Biden, but this one was even more public given how they hyped and highlighted the speech. Previously, they had to clean up him saying that the U.S. would respond “in-kind” if Russia did a chemical attack. They also had to spin him telling the 82nd Airborne that they would see people in the streets fighting for freedom, standing against tanks, apparently referring to Ukraine. The White House had to say, no, Biden wasn’t sending troops to Ukraine, despite what Biden said. He also said that “some of you (troops) have been there,” something else likely to set off Russia and endanger the American troops in Poland. (White House and Media Suffer Whiplash With Effort to Cover Biden's Latest Putin Mistake.)

Imagine if a former president, one who lives in the State of Florida at this time, had made such a statement.

Oh well, never mind.

Meanwhile, eight hundred miles to Poland’s southeast, Jorge Mario Bergoglio was busy on Friday, March 25, 2022, the Feast of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary (which is called the “Feast of the Annunciation of the Lord” in the world of the Protestant and Judeo-Masonic Novus Ordo liturgical travesty), reading a prayer of consecration of Ukraine and Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary that was typically Bergoglian in that it cleverly attempted to work in his own belief that all wars are inherently evil, thereby rejecting Holy Mother Church’s long-held teaching on just wars, and insidiously sought to make Our Lady, the August Queen of Heaven, an instrument of false ecumenism and “human fraternity.”

Here is the text of the prayer that is little else than a laundry list of his ideological predilections, which will be interspersed with some brief interjections to illustrate that all that is uttered before a pilgrim statue of Our Lady of Fatima is not Catholic:

O Mary, Mother of God and our Mother, in this time of trial we turn to you.  As our Mother, you love us and know us: no concern of our hearts is hidden from you.  Mother of mercy, how often we have experienced your watchful care and your peaceful presence!  You never cease to guide us to Jesus, the Prince of Peace.

Yet we have strayed from that path of peace.  We have forgotten the lesson learned from the tragedies of the last century, the sacrifice of the millions who fell in two world wars.  We have disregarded the commitments we made as a community of nations.  We have betrayed peoples’ dreams of peace and the hopes of the young.  (Act of Consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary [25 March 2022.)

Brief Interjection Number One:

Here is what Pope Pius XI wrote in Ubi Arcano Consilio about the “community of nations”:

There exists an institution able to safeguard the sanctity of the law of nations. This institution is a part of every nation; at the same time it is above all nations. She enjoys, too, the highest authority, the fullness of the teaching power of the Apostles. Such an institution is the Church of Christ. She alone is adapted to do this great work, for she is not only divinely commissioned to lead mankind, but moreover, because of her very make-up and the constitution which she possesses, by reason of her age-old traditions and her great prestige, which has not been lessened but has been greatly increased since the close of the War, cannot but succeed in such a venture where others assuredly will fail.

It is apparent from these considerations that true peace, the peace of Christ, is impossible unless we are willing and ready to accept the fundamental principles of Christianity, unless we are willing to observe the teachings and obey the law of Christ, both in public and private life. If this were done, then society being placed at last on a sound foundation, the Church would be able, in the exercise of its divinely given ministry and by means of the teaching authority which results therefrom, to protect all the rights of God over men and nations.

It is possible to sum up all We have said in one word, "the Kingdom of Christ." For Jesus Christ reigns over the minds of individuals by His teachings, in their hearts by His love, in each one's life by the living according to His law and the imitating of His example. Jesus reigns over the family when it, modeled after the holy ideals of the sacrament of matrimony instituted by Christ, maintains unspotted its true character of sanctuary. In such a sanctuary of love, parental authority is fashioned after the authority of God, the Father, from Whom, as a matter of fact, it originates and after which even it is named. (Ephesians iii, 15) The obedience of the children imitates that of the Divine Child of Nazareth, and the whole family life is inspired by the sacred ideals of the Holy Family. Finally, Jesus Christ reigns over society when men recognize and reverence the sovereignty of Christ, when they accept the divine origin and control over all social forces, a recognition which is the basis of the right to command for those in authority and of the duty to obey for those who are subjects, a duty which cannot but ennoble all who live up to its demands. Christ reigns where the position in society which He Himself has assigned to His Church is recognized, for He bestowed on the Church the status and the constitution of a society which, by reason of the perfect ends which it is called upon to attain, must be held to be supreme in its own sphere; He also made her the depository and interpreter of His divine teachings, and, by consequence, the teacher and guide of every other society whatsoever, not of course in the sense that she should abstract in the least from their authority, each in its own sphere supreme, but that she should really perfect their authority, just as divine grace perfects human nature, and should give to them the assistance necessary for men to attain their true final end, eternal happiness, and by that very fact make them the more deserving and certain promoters of their happiness here below.

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.)

Insofar as Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s projecting “dreams of peace” onto young people, suffice it to say that most young people dream only about the passing pleasures of this world without regard to their moral liceity, thereby becoming, as Pope Pius XII noted in his Consecration of the Human Race to the Immaculate Heart of Mary, November 19, 1942:

Queen of the most holy Rosary, help of Christians, refuge of the human race, victorious in all the battles of God, we prostrate ourselves in supplication before thy throne, in the sure hope of obtaining mercy and of receiving grace and timely aid in our present calamities, not through any merits of our own on which we do not rely, but only through the immense goodness of thy mother’s Heart. In Thee and in thy Immaculate Heart, at this grave hour of human history, do we put our trust; to thee we consecrate ourselves, not only with all of Holy Church, which is the mystical body of thy Son Jesus, and which is suffering in so many of her members, being persecuted, but also with the whole world, torn by discords, agitated with the hatred, the victim of its own iniquities. Be thou moved by the sight of such material and moral degradation, such sorrows, such anguish, so many tormented souls in danger of eternal loss! (Pope Pius XII, Rescript from the Secretariat of State, November 17, 1942, document exhibited, November 19, 1942, The Raccolta: A Manual of Indulgences, Prayers and Devotions Enriched with Indulgences, approved by Pope Pius XII, May 30, 1951, and published in English by Benziger Brothers, New York, 1957, pp. 345-347.)

Jorge Mario Bergoglio is concerned about his ideological agenda, not about tormented souls in danger of eternal loss. No, he is concerned our “common home,” not the sanctification and salvation of souls:

We grew sick with greed, we thought only of our own nations and their interests, we grew indifferent and caught up in our selfish needs and concerns.  We chose to ignore God, to be satisfied with our illusions, to grow arrogant and aggressive, to suppress innocent lives and to stockpile weapons.  We stopped being our neighbour’s keepers and stewards of our common home.  We have ravaged the garden of the earth with war and by our sins we have broken the heart of our heavenly Father, who desires us to be brothers and sisters.  We grew indifferent to everyone and everything except ourselves.  Now with shame we cry out: Forgive us, Lord! (Act of Consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary [25 March 2022.)

Interjection Number Two:

“Pope Francis” usually manages to find a way to work in references to our “common home” but rarely sees fit to directly refer to the taking of innocent lives of preborn children by chemical and surgical means. He even made it appear that efforts of nations to defend themselves are unjust. His concept of sin centers around the actions of communities and nations whom he deems guilty of “social irresponsibility.” Even Karol Joseph Wojtyla/John Paul II noted in an “apostolic exhortation,” Reconciliatio et Paenitentia, that the responsibility for problems in the world rests with individuals, not with social structures:

Whenever the church speaks of situations of sin or when the condemns as social sins certain situations or the collective behavior of certain social groups, big or small, or even of whole nations and blocs of nations, she knows and she proclaims that such cases of social sin are the result of the accumulation and concentration of many personal sins. It is a case of the very personal sins of those who cause or support evil or who exploit it; of those who are in a position to avoid, eliminate or at least limit certain social evils but who fail to do so out of laziness, fear or the conspiracy of silence, through secret complicity or indifference; of those who take refuge in the supposed impossibility of changing the world and also of those who sidestep the effort and sacrifice required, producing specious reasons of higher order. The real responsibility, then, lies with individuals.

A situation-or likewise an institution, a structure, society itself-is not in itself the subject of moral acts. Hence a situation cannot in itself be good or bad.

At the heart of every situation of sin are always to be found sinful people. So true is this that even when such a situation can be changed in its structural and institutional aspects by the force of law or-as unfortunately more often happens by the law of force, the change in fact proves to be incomplete, of short duration and ultimately vain and ineffective-not to say counterproductive if the people directly or indirectly responsible for that situation are not converted. (Karol Josef Wojtyla/John Paul II, Reconciliatio et Paententia, December 2, 1984.)

Stating Catholic moral truths with clarity does not make one who defected from the Faith on numerous points a member of the Catholic Church in good standing. Of course not.

However, Wojtyla/John Paul II did have a better grasp of simple truth about the effect of the sins of individual people upon the world than the freethinking Jorge Mario Bergoglio, who thinks principally in collectivist terms of “social” or “community” or “global” guilt. By the way, Wojtyla/John Paul was referring principally to the killing of preborn babies at a time when the issue of Catholics in public life who supported such slaughter was roiling the conciliar hierarchy in the United States of America, not that he ever did anything to discipline the bishops, true and false, nor to punish one single, solitary pro-abort in public life.  

Unlike Bergoglio, who never speaks about abortion to pro-aborts in public life, Wojtyla/John Paul II spoke about abortion in front in the presence of the members of the Supreme Court of the United States of America during a Novus Ordo travesty on the Capitol Mall (October 7, 1979) and on several occasions in front of one William Jefferson Blythe Clinton, including on August 12, 1993, before World Hootenanny Day and then several days later before then vice president Albert Arnold Gore before departing Denver, Colorado, on his trip back to Rome. While the heretic Wojtyla/John Paul II would talk about the protection of the environment and about “human fraternity,” of course, he highlighted the moral horror of the surgical execution of children whenever he spoke in front of pro-aborts in public life. Not so Jorge Mario Bergoglio, who is concerned almost exclusively about “human fraternity” as the basis for world peace when it is nothing other than Judeo-Masonic sloganeering on behalf of religious indifferentism, which is sloganeering on behalf of the adversary himself.

Back to Bergoglio’s “act of consecration”:

Holy Mother, amid the misery of our sinfulness, amid our struggles and weaknesses, amid the mystery of iniquity that is evil and war, you remind us that God never abandons us, but continues to look upon us with love, ever ready to forgive us and raise us up to new life.  He has given you to us and made your Immaculate Heart a refuge for the Church and for all humanity.  By God’s gracious will, you are ever with us; even in the most troubled moments of our history, you are there to guide us with tender love. (Act of Consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary [25 March 2022.)

Interjection Number Three:

Bergoglio once again conflated evil and war together, making it appear as though that all war is evil, something that he learned from that a renowned moral theologian, his grandfather:

Are we capable of recognising and honouring this gift of the elderly? Does the transmission of faith — and of the meaning of life — follow this path of listening to the elderly, today? I can give a personal testimony. I learned hatred and anger for war from my grandfather, who fought at the Piave in 1914, and he passed on to me this rage for war. Because he told me about the suffering of a war. And this isn’t learned in books or in other ways… it’s learned in this way, being passed down from grandparents to grandchildren. (General Audience of 23 March 2022 - Catechesis on Old Age.)

What passes for Catholicism in the warped mind of Jorge Mario Bergoglio is pure viscera having nothing to do with Divine Revelation.

While World War I was certainly unjust, unnecessary, and immoral, the mind of a properly trained Catholic knows that it is fallacious to universalize from the particular, meaning that the immorality of one war does not make all wars immoral, unjust or unnecessary.

Then again, Jorge Mario Bergoglio learned how to respect false religions from his grandmother, which is why he is constantly extolling the virtues of sects with beliefs that are hideous in the sight of the true God of Divine Revelation, the Most Holy Trinity:

The Pope added that theological differences between Salvationists and Catholics "must not impede the witness of our shared love for God and for our neighbour," and said that his first encounter with the Salvation Army as a young boy showed him that the two are working for a common aim.

"When I was four years old – it was the year 1940, none of you were born! – I was going on the street with my grandmother. At that time, the idea was that all Protestants were going to hell," he recalled.

"On the other side of the pavement two women of the Salvation Army were coming...And I remember, as if it were today, that I said to my grandmother: "What are they? Nuns, Sisters?" And my grandmother said: "No, they are Protestants, but they are good."

"And so my grandmother, because of your good witness, opened the door for me to ecumenism. The first ecumenical homily I had was in front of you. Thank you very much."

Francis ended with a prayer for the Salvation Army, and for its work "which enable the light of Christ to shine in the darkest corners" of people's lives. (Pope Francis thanks Salvation Army for teaching him about Christian unity as a small boy.)

Jorge Mario Bergoglio learned to hate the truth of Catholic doctrine in his youth as he bases much of his rejection of it on the “wisdom” of his grandparents.

Wars can be just.

Ecumenism is wrong.

We return now to the next section of the “act of consecration,” which may appear unobjectionable except when one notes the little drops of poison he managed to sprinkle into it:

We now turn to you and knock at the door of your heart.  We are your beloved children.  In every age you make yourself known to us, calling us to conversion.  At this dark hour, help us and grant us your comfort.  Say to us once more: “Am I not here, I who am your Mother?”  You are able to untie the knots of our hearts and of our times.  In you we place our trust.  We are confident that, especially in moments of trial, you will not be deaf to our supplication and will come to our aid. (Act of Consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary [25 March 2022.)

Interjection Number Four:

Conversion to what?

Consider what Pope Pius XII prayed in his 1942 Act of Consecration:

Accord thy protection to unbelievers and to all those who lie in the shadow of death; cause the Sun of Truth to rise upon them; may they enabled to join with us in repeating before the Saviour of the world: “Glory to God in the highest, and peace to men of good will.” Give peace to the nations that are separated us from error or discord, and in a special manner to those peoples who profess a singular devotion toward thee; bring them back to Christ’s one fold, under the one true Shepherd. Obtain full freedom for the holy Church of God; defend her from her enemies; check the ever-increasing torrent of immorality; arouse in the faithful a practical love of purity, a practical Christian life, and an apostolic zeal, so that the number of those who serve God may increase in merit and in number. (Pope Pius XII, Rescript from the Secretariat of State, November 17, 1942, document exhibited, November 19, 1942, The Raccolta: A Manual of Indulgences, Prayers and Devotions Enriched with Indulgences, approved by Pope Pius XII, May 30, 1951, and published in English by Benziger Brothers, New York, 1957, pp. 345-347.)

Conciliar calls for “conversion” can be interpreted in any number of ways. However, one thing they do not mean is for non-Catholics to convert to the true Faith, outside of which there is no salvation there can be no true social order or an authentic peace among nations.

It gets worse in the next section of the “act of consecration”:

That is what you did at Cana in Galilee, when you interceded with Jesus and he worked the first of his signs.  To preserve the joy of the wedding feast, you said to him: “They have no wine” (Jn 2:3).  Now, O Mother, repeat those words and that prayer, for in our own day we have run out of the wine of hope, joy has fled, fraternity has faded.  We have forgotten our humanity and squandered the gift of peace.  We opened our hearts to violence and destructiveness.  How greatly we need your maternal help!

Therefore, O Mother, hear our prayer.
Star of the Sea, do not let us be shipwrecked in the tempest of war.
Ark of the New Covenant, inspire projects and paths of reconciliation.
Queen of Heaven, restore God’s peace to the world.
Eliminate hatred and the thirst for revenge, and teach us forgiveness.
Free us from war, protect our world from the menace of nuclear weapons.
Queen of the Rosary, make us realize our need to pray and to love
Queen of the Human Family, show people the path of fraternity.
Queen of Peace, obtain peace for our world. (Act of Consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary [25 March 2022.)

Interjection Number Five:

This is straight out of the precepts of the The Sillon that were condemned by Pope Saint Pius Xin 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 civilization. If, 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. (Pope Saint Pius X, Notre Charge Aposolique, August 15, 1910.)

Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s constant references to fraternity that is necessarily separated from Christian charity and rejects Catholicism as the only basis of a true human brotherhood, references that are at the essence of his “act of consecration,” vitiate everything to do with his supposed prayer, including its conclusion below:

O Mother, may your sorrowful plea stir our hardened hearts.  May the tears you shed for us make this valley parched by our hatred blossom anew.  Amid the thunder of weapons, may your prayer turn our thoughts to peace.  May your maternal touch soothe those who suffer and flee from the rain of bombs.  May your motherly embrace comfort those forced to leave their homes and their native land.  May your Sorrowful Heart move us to compassion and inspire us to open our doors and to care for our brothers and sisters who are injured and cast aside.

Holy Mother of God, as you stood beneath the cross, Jesus, seeing the disciple at your side, said: “Behold your son” (Jn 19:26).  In this way he entrusted each of us to you.  To the disciple, and to each of us, he said: “Behold, your Mother” (v. 27).  Mother Mary, we now desire to welcome you into our lives and our history.  At this hour, a weary and distraught humanity stands with you beneath the cross, needing to entrust itself to you and, through you, to consecrate itself to Christ.  The people of Ukraine and Russia, who venerate you with great love, now turn to you, even as your heart beats with compassion for them and for all those peoples decimated by war, hunger, injustice and poverty.

Therefore, Mother of God and our Mother, to your Immaculate Heart we solemnly entrust and consecrate ourselves, the Church and all humanity, especially Russia and Ukraine.  Accept this act that we carry out with confidence and love.  Grant that war may end and peace spread throughout the world.  The “Fiat” that arose from your heart opened the doors of history to the Prince of Peace.  We trust that, through your heart, peace will dawn once more.  To you we consecrate the future of the whole human family, the needs and expectations of every people, the anxieties and hopes of the world.

Through your intercession, may God’s mercy be poured out on the earth and the gentle rhythm of peace return to mark our days.  Our Lady of the “Fiat”, on whom the Holy Spirit descended, restore among us the harmony that comes from God.  May you, our “living fountain of hope”, water the dryness of our hearts.  In your womb Jesus took flesh; help us to foster the growth of communion.  You once trod the streets of our world; lead us now on the paths of peace.  Amen. (Act of Consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary [25 March 2022.)

This “act of consecration” is worthless as (a) it was read by a heretic who is (b) not a priest (c) not a bishop and (d) not a true and legitimate Successor of Saint Peter.

One will note that though this supposed prayer was read before a pilgrim statue of Our Lady of Fatima that there was not one reference to her Fatima message within its text, and there was only one reference to the Rosary, contained in the invocation of Our Lady of the Rosary, to be found therein.

The conciliar revolutionaries have worked overtime to bury Our Lady’s true Fatima Message and to replace it with one that turns Heaven’s Peace Plan into an instrument of false ecumenism. If you have any doubt about, please consult the following two-part series I wrote after Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s pilgrimage to the Cova da Iria near Fatima, Portugal, on May 13, 2017: Bergoglio the Blaspheming Heretic Lives Down to Expectations at Fatima, part one, and Bergoglio the Blaspheming Heretic Lives Down to Expectations at Fatima, part two.)

Additionally, perhaps it would be useful to recall how the Chapel of the Apparitions in Fatima was desecrated by the prayers offered by Hindu “priests” to their devils eighteen years ago, that is, on May 5, 2004: 

"All the invocations of the pagans are hateful to God because all their gods are devils."

Saint Francis Xavier wrote these words to Saint Ignatius about the pagan religion of Hinduism. Francis Xavier, writing from India at the time, merely restates the truth from the infallible Sacred Scriptures: "The gods of the Gentiles are devils". (Psalm 95:5)

Yet on May 5, 2004 — the Feast of Pope Saint Pius V — the Little Chapel of the Apparitions at Fatima was allowed to be used for a pagan Hindu ceremony. This Little Chapel (also called the Capelinha) is built on the site where Our Blessed Mother appeared to the 3 children of Fatima in 1917.

News of the Hindu worship service at Fatima was broadcast on May 5 on SIC, a national television station in Portugal. CFN spoke with two people in Portugal, independent from one another, who saw the televised newscast. The May 22 Portugal News also reported on the event.

According to the broadcast, a busload of Hindus were allowed to commandeer the sanctuary inside the Fatima Capelinha and to use the Catholic altar for their rituals. The SIC newscaster said, "This is an unprecedented unique moment in the history of the shrine. The Hindu priest, or Sha Tri, prays on the altar the Shaniti Pa, the prayer for peace."

The outrage occurred with the blessing of Shrine Rector Msgr. Guerra. No one may use the Capelinha without Rector Guerra’s permission.

The Hindus wore traditional garb, a Hindu "priest" in traditional Hindu vestments led the ceremony that consisted in the offering of flowers and food. This would seem to indicate that the Hindus performed their pagan puja, a ritual in which the offering of flowers and food is central.

After the Hindu worship service at the Catholic altar, the Hindus were escorted by Fatima authorities to see a model of the huge, round-shaped modernistic shrine at Fatima now under construction, a fifty million dollar eyesore that will blot the landscape of Our Lady’s apparitions.

One of the Hindus is reported to have said that they go to Fatima because there are many gods, and the gods have wives and companions who will bring good luck. This is a blasphemy against the Queen of Heaven as it places Our Blessed Mother on the same level as some sort of "wife" of a false god.

Thus, the Hindus did not even come to Fatima to learn of, or take part in, Catholic prayer. Rather, they folded the holy event of Fatima into their own superstitions and pagan myths.

These Hindus are said to be from Lisbon, where they have a Hindu temple and a community of a couple hundred. The SIC broadcast showed the Hindus’ house of worship that contained the many statues of their gods and goddesses.

It is reported that pilgrims who witnessed the event at Fatima were scandalized, but Shrine Rector Guerra defended the use of the Marian Shrine for pagan worship.

Appearing on Portuguese television, Guerra regurgitated the long-discredited, ecumenical slogan that different religions should concentrate on what we have in common and not on what separates us. He also said that all religions are good because they all lead us to God. As reported in previous issues of Catholic Family News, the principle that "all religions lead to God" is nothing more than one of Freemasonry’s fundamental tenets. The French Freemason, Yves Marsaudon wrote, "One can say that ecumenism is the legitimate son of Freemasonry". (John Vennari, Catholic Family News. See also: Shrine Rector Attempts to Justify Hindu Prayer Service at Fatima ) 

The effort on the part of the conciliar revolutionaries to deconstruct Our Lady's Fatima Message is, sadly, part of a larger effort to deconstruct the Catholic Church's Marian doctrine to make it conform to the dictates of a new theology for a new and, of course, false (pseudo) religion, conciliarism, that dates back to the proximate origins of this false religion (that was, after all, several centuries in the making) at the "Second" Vatican Council.

A reader who desired anonymity, wrote to me in 2009 kindly transcribed the following passage from a book written by a sedeplenist priest about the extent to which the "Second" Vatican Council altered the Catholic Church's teaching on Our Lady, making not one reference at all to her Most Holy Rosary:

The views and ecumenical plans of Our Lord for our century, clearly revealed at Fatima, do not agree at all with the ecumenism of Vatican II.  The revelations at Fatima teach us that God wants first to save and convert Orthodox Russia through the double mediation of His Most Holy Mother and of the hierarchy of His unique and true Church.  When the Pope and bishops accomplish the Consecration of Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary, the church will demonstrate her communion in faith with the orthodox, since in the East the dogma of the Mediation of the Queen of Heaven is very much rooted in tradition.

Now, according to the promises of Heaven, it is through that act of faith in Mary, the Mediatrix, it is through that appeal or the Catholic hierarchy to the all-powerful Mediation of the Immaculate Virgin which will have obtained the grace of conversion of the Russian Orthodox people, that is their return en masse to the unique cradle of Christ, an event truly unheard of, incomparable miracle which will provoke the wonder of all the schismatics and heretics of the whole world and soon their conversion.

At the Council, while extolling Congarian ecumenism, the Church has undertaken another road. Vatican II has neither hoped for nor even conceived of the return of the lost souls to the bosom of the unique Church of Christ, but it has recommended seeking Christian unity in an egalitarian reconciliation with the schismatic and heretical sects. To make peace with the opponent, to lead a dialogue filled with esteem at first with the leaders of heretical and Protestant communities, renouncing everything which could create obstacles and mutual understanding, was supposed to lead the Council Fathers to joyfully sacrifice the Catholic faith. Did not Paul VI him self say: “We do not wish to make our faith a reason for controversy with our separated brothers”? (Speech, Sept. 29, 1963)

The dogmatic surrender of the Council and its outrages to the Immaculate Mediatrix were the fruits of that fatal ecumenism. It is then not surprising that the only Bishop, as far as we know, who demanded the Consecration of Russia in the Council aula, Bishop Mingo of Monreale in Sicily, alto fought for the definition of the dogma of Mary Mediatrix, and against Congarian ecumenism. (see Acts of Vatican II)


Several Bishops wee alarmed at seeing the Council totally neglect devotion ot Our Lady. “We know from an authorized source, Father Luis Cerdeira, O.P., writes that during the drafting of the paragraph number 67 of Lumen Gentium, some experts and some Council Fathers insisted that they invoke “ex professo” devotion to the Rosary by one of these expressions or their equivalent: ‘Utpote Rosarium,’ ‘verbi Gratia Rosarium.’”

In fact, in the course of the second session, Bishop Rendeiro expressed “the desire that the Holy Council condescend to clarify the intelligence of the Church, exalting and recommending to priests and the faithful that form of devotion which is expressed by the Marian Rosary”. For “we hear in the choir of theologians and liturgists, he noted in his written observation, some discordant voices. There are to be found one or the other who, giving in to the excess of a kind of ‘hyperliturgyism’, affirm that it is necessary to put aside public prayer, especially the recitation of the Rosary of the Blessed Virgin Mary, and that truly liturgical devotion suffices.”

During the third session, in the name of 113 Bishops, Cardinal Cerejeira requested in writing the following amendment: “That to the words ‘practices and exercises of piety’ (from paragraph number 67 of Lumen Gentium) be added: ‘among which the Rosary is conspicuous’, in such a way that it should read: ‘practices and exercises of piety, among which the Rosary is conspicuous’.”

In support of his request, Cardinal Cerejeira advanced five reasons at the same time theological and pastoral. It is noteworthy, nevertheless, and how much to be regretted(!) that neither Bishop Rendeiro, the Portuguese Bishop of Faro, nor the Patriarch of Lisbon referred to the Revelations of Fatima to justify their petition. Finally the commission which prepared the chapter on the Blessed Virgin Mary judged that “the Council should not designate any devotion in particular”. The result is that in the Acts of Vatican II the Rosary is not mentioned.

As far as we know, in the course of the sessions of Vatican II, not a Bishop, not even a Portuguese prelate, rose once in the Council aula to entreat the Fathers to embrace and recommend the reparatory devotion to the Immaculate Heart, in conformity with the Divine Wishes. It is bewildering to declare that no prelate dared to break the apparent and deadly unanimity of Vatican II. All the Bishops finally adhered to its minimized doctrine on the Most Blessed Virgin. When on November 18, 1964, the definitive text concerning the Blessed Virgin Mary allegedly revised in the light of the votes juxta modum, was submitted to the vote, only twenty-three Fathers voted against it.

And none oft hose opponents created a stir. Yet, according to the message of Fatima, there is hardly a more unpardonable crime for our Savior than to scorn His Holy Mother and to outrage Her Immaculate Heart, which is the sanctuary of the Holy Ghost. In her interview with Father Fuentes, Sister Lucy herself presented that sin as “blasphemy against the Holy Ghost which will never be forgiven, neither in this world nor in the next.”(Mt. 12:31-32). That cowardice of all the hierarchy of the Church should not be without a bearing on the chastisement announced in the third part of the Secret.

The liturgical reform which followed the Council lessened the cult of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The motu proprio of February 19, 1969, suppressed from the Roman Missal numerous feasts such as the Holy Name of Mary, Our Lady of Mercy, and the Seven Dolors of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The Visitation has been put on May 31, in place of the Queenship of Mary, while the Feast of “Mary Mediatrix of All Graces”, celebrated previously that same day, has disappeared definitely from the Roman Missal.

Pius XII had partially answered the request of Sister Lucy in extending the feast of the Immaculate Heart of Mary to the whole world, under the rite of second class. The New Ordo only makes a simple commemoration which is optional the Saturday after the second Sunday after Pentecost. This feast is then without a proper Mass and Office, and it passes after the ferial, after ordinary feasts of the Saints and obligatory commemorations. That optional commemoration will therefore be omitted as soon as there is another commemoration in concurrence. Father Alonso writes, “Sister Lucy has undoubtedly suffered a great deal intimately from the new liturgy reform. They have not respected a venerable tradition which had established itself gradually throughout the centuries around the specific liturgical significance of the feast of the Heart of Mary. Neither have they respected nor followed an inspiration from Heaven which manifested itself with all the guarantees of the Church, in knowing that devotion to the Immaculate Heart of Mary is a necessity for the Church of our time. That Heart presents itself with all its value of eschatological hope, and at least in the new liturgy reform, that hope has been hidden.” (Frère François de Marie des Anges Fatima: Intimate Joy, World Event, Tragedy and Triumph, Book Four, Immaculate Heart Publications, 1994, English translation edition, pp. 107-111.)

Obviously, Father Francois de Marie des Anges did not understand that the Catholic Church cannot be responsible for denigrating the Blessed Virgin Mary in any way. He did, however, provide a very good account of the extent to which true bishops refused to defend the honor of Our Lady's Most Holy Rosary and the devotion to her Immaculate Heart, which she herself said that her Divine Son wanted to be promoted as one of the two last remedies to save souls from the fires of Hell in these last days. Every bishop who knew that what was happening at the "Second" Vatican Council was offensive to God and His Most Blessed Mother but who refused to speak out in their defense is guilty, objectively speaking, of helping to bring about  the following that has devastated souls and helped to contribute to the worsening of the state of the world-at-large as a result:

  1. Warfare on Dogmatic Truth
  2. New Theology
  3. New Mass
  4. New Rosary
  5. New Catechism
  6. New Raccolta
  7. New Code of Canon Law
  8. New Roman Missal
  9. New G.I.R.M.
  10. New Ecclesiology
  11. Episcopal Collegiality
  12. False Ecumenism
  13. Episcopal Synodality
  14. Religious Liberty
  15. Separation of Church and State
  16. New Fraternity
  17. New Sacraments
  18. New Canonization Process
  19. Environmentalism
  20. Feminism
  21. Socialism
  22. New Scriptural Interpretations
  23. New One World Church
  24. New Religion
  25. New World Order
  26. Pacifism
  27. New Morality
  28. New Pastoral Theology
  29. New Teaching on Marriage
  30. Indemnification of Adulterers, Fornicators, and Sodomites

Mind you, this is a very non-inclusive list!

Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s “act of consecration,” therefore, was just another conciliar exercise in appearing be to be Catholic while blaspheming the Mother of God by making her appear to be a veritable witness in behalf of false ecumenism, pacifism, and the French Revolution’s revolutionary battle cry of “fraternity.”

Once again, therefore, we must flee from everything to do with this false religious sect and beg Our Lady, especially through her Most Holy Rosary for the restoration of a true pope to the Throne of Saint Peter sooner rather than later. It is also important for true priests to offer Votive Masses for the Election of a Pope at least once a month if permitted by the ranking of feasts and ferial days on the Roman Calendar.

On the Feast of Saint John of Capistrano

It is within the Providence of God that this commentary, which reflects a relative brevity on this site that necessity compels, was not able to be posted until today, Monday, March 28, 2022, the Semidouble Feast of Saint John of Capistrano and the Commemoration of Monday in the Fourth Week of Lent.

The providential aspect of this “happy accident” centers around the fact that the Saint whose feast we celebrate today is the very antithesis of conciliarism in that he won conversions from the ranks of Hussites, Jews, Thaborites, and Mohammedans and recruited over 30,000 Catholics to serve a as soldiers to repel the Mohammedans in Belgrade on the Balkan Peninsula. In other words, Saint John of Capistrano took Holy Mother Church’s teaching on the just war seriously to repel the mortal threat posed by Mohammedans attempting yet another strike on the European mainland.

As Dom Prosper Gueranger, O.S.B., noted in The Liturgical Year, this very feast day exists so that Holy Mother Church’s children can be reminded of her past glories, glories about which pacifist apostates such as Jorge Mario Bergoglio are ashamed and for which they must constantly apologize (Wojtyla/John Paul II was not a pacifist—he wrote to Soviet dictator Leonid Brezhnev to say that he would laid down the “crown of Saint Peter” to fight shoulder to shoulder with his Polish countrymen if Brezhnev invaded Poland directly to crush Solidarity in 1981, prompting Brezhnev to order the KGB to arrange for the assassination attempt that took place on May 13, 1981—but he was the “pope” who started the conciliar apology-fest that is as of yet ongoing):

The nearer the Church approaches to the end of her earthly existence, the more she seems to love to enrich her cycle with feasts that recall the glorious past. Indeed, one of the objects of sacred Liturgy is to keep before our minds all that God has done for us. Remember the days of old: think upon every generation, said God to His people in the alliance of Sinai. It was a law in Jacob that the fathers should hand on these traditions to their children, who were in their turn to transmit them to their descendants. The Church has taken the place of the ancient Israel and her annals speak, even more than those of the Jewish people, of the manifestations of divine power. The children of the new Sion have more right than the sons and daughters of Juda to say, as they look back on the past: Thou art thyself my kind and my God, who commandest the saving of Jacob.

At the time when the defeat of the Iconoclasts was being completed in the East, a new and most terrible war was beginning in which the West was to fight for the sake of civilization and for the cause of the Incarnate Word of God. Like a sudden torrent, Islam overwhelmed Eastern Europe, reaching even to Gaul, and for a thousand years it disputed, foot by foot, with Christ and His Church, a land occupied by the Latin races. The glorious Crusades of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, which attacked this power in its very center, only succeeded in paralyzing it for the time being. In Spain the struggle continued until the triumph of the Cross was complete, but in other parts of Europe Christian princes forgot the traditions of Charlemagne and St. Louis, grew weary of the holy war, and gave themselves up to the pursuit of their private ambition, so that the Crescent was able once more to defy the Christian powers and renew its plan of universal conquest.

In 1453 Byzantium, the capital of the Eastern empire, fell before the Turkish Janissaries, and three years later Mahomet II invested Belgrade on the very outskirts of the Western empire. It might have been expected that all Europe would hasten to the aid of the besieged fortress, for if this last dyke were to fall, Hungary, Austria and Italy would be overwhelmed and the peoples of the North and West would share the fate of the East, that life in death, that irremediable sterility of soil and intelligence which still holds captive the once brilliant Greece. But this imminent danger only resulted in deepening the breach in Christian unity, and the Christian nations were at the mercy of a few thousand infidels. Only the Papacy was true to itself in the midst of all this egoism and perfidy. Truly Catholic in its thoughts, its labors, its sufferings, as in its joys and triumphs, it took up the common cause which had been basely betrayed by kings and princes. The powerful were deaf to the Pope’s appeals, but he turned to the humble and, trusting more in prayer to the God of armies than in military tactics, he sought for the deliverers of Christendom among the poor.

It was then that John Capistran, the saint of today, attained the consummation of his glory and sanctity. At the head of a few poor men of good will, unknown peasants gathered together by the Franciscan Friars, this “poor man of Christ” undertook to defeat the strongest and best organized army of the century. On the 14th of July, 1456, he broke through the Ottoman lines with John Hunyades, the only one of the Hungarian nobles who would accompany him, and revictualled Belgrade; and on the 22nd of July, feeling that he could no longer endure the defensive, he threw himself, to the stupefaction of Hunyades, on the enemy entrenchments. His troops were armed only with flails and pitchforks, and their only strategy was the name of Jesus. John had inherited this victorious battle-cry from his master, Bernardine of Siena. The Psalmist said: Some trust in chariots and some in horses: but we will call upon the name of the Lord our God. (Psalm 19:8) This name, so holy and so terrible, proved once more the salvation of the people. At the end of that memorable day twenty-four thousand Turks lay dead on the field of battle; three hundred cannon and all the spoils of the infidels were in the hands of the Christians, and Mahomet II was seeking a distant hiding place for his shame. The news of this victory, so like that of Gedeon, (Psalm 44:4-5) reached Rome on August 6, and Pope Callistus III decreed that henceforth the Universal Church should keep a solemn commemoration of the Transfiguration of Our Lord on that day, for it was with the soldiers of the Cross as with the heroes of Israel (Judges 7) —“they got not the possession of the land by their own sword: neither did their own arm save them, but thy right hand and thy arm and the light of thy countenance because thou wast pleased with them,” as with Thy beloved Son on Mount Thabor. (Matthew 17:5)

Let us read the life of St. John Capistran as related in the Liturgy.

John was born at Capistrano in the Abruzzi. He was sent to study at Perugia, and made such progress in learning, both sacred and profane, that on account of his eminent knowledge of law, he was made governor of many cities by Ladislaus, King of Naples. He was laboring piously to restore peace to these troubled states when he was kidnapped and put in chains. He was wonderfully delivered from this captivity and made his profession according to the Rule of St. Francis of Assisi among the Friars Minor. He devoted himself to the study of Divinity and had as master St. Bernardine of Siena, whom he zealously imitated in spreading devotion to the most holy name of Jesus and to the Mother of God. He refused the bishopric of Aquila, and is most famous on account of his mortified life and his writings on the reformation of manners.

He zealously devoted himself to preaching the word of God and travelled throughout nearly all Italy, where he recalled countless souls to the way of salvation by the power of his words and the number of his miracles. Martin V made him Inquisitor against the sect of the Fraticelli and Nicolas V appointed him Inquisitor-General in Italy, against Judaism and Mohammedanism. He converted many souls to the faith of Christ. He did much good in the East and at the Council of Florence, where he shone like a sun, he brought the Armenians back to the Catholic Church. The same Pope, at the request of the Emperor Frederic III, sent him into Germany as nuncio of the Apostolic See, in order that he might bring back heretics to the Catholic faith, and the minds of princes to peace and union. He did a wonderful work for God’s glory during the six years of his mission, and brought back to the Church by the light of his teaching and miracles almost countless numbers of Hussites, Adamites, Thaborites, and Jews.

It was mainly at the entreaty of John that Callistus III proclaimed a crusade, and John hastened through Pannonia and other provinces where by his words and letters he so roused the minds of princes that in a short time seventy thousand Christian soldiers were enrolled. It was mainly through his advice and courage that a victory was gained at Belgrade, where one hundred and twenty thousand Turks were either slain or put to flight. The news of this victory reached Rome on the sixth of August, and Pope Callistus consecrated this day for ever to the solemn commemoration of the Transfiguration of our Lord. When John was seized with his last illness and taken to Illak, many princes came to see him, and he exhorted them to protect religion. He piously yielded up his soul to God in the year of salvation 1456. God confirmed his glory by many miracles after his death, and when these had been duly approved, Pope Alexander VIII enrolled his name among those of the saints. Two hundred years later Leo XIII extended his office and mass to the Universal Church. (As found in: Dom Prosper Gueranger, O.S.B., The Liturgical Year. Feast of Saint John of Capistrano, March 27.)

Yes, it was the soldiers of Saint John Capistrano whom he recruited upon the pleading of a true and legitimate Successor of Saint Peter, who constituted with original “Pitchfork Brigade.”

War is always wrong, Giovanni Battista Enrico Antonio Maria Montini/Paul VI?

War is always wrong, Jorge Mario Bergoglio?

Saint John of Capistrano fought with papal approbation and won a victory in Belgrade in which all Catholics must take pride and for which we must give thanks to Christ the King as His consecrated slaves through the Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart of Mary.

Dom Prosper Gueranger’s prayer to our Saint is an effect antidote to the Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s supposed “act of consecration” that tickled the itching ears of his fellow heretics while promoting conciliarism’s preferential option for Modernism:

The Lord is with thee, O most valiant of men. Go in this thy strength and thou shalt deliver Israel out of the hand of Madian. Know that I have sent thee. Thus did the angel of the Lord salute Gedeon (Judges 6:12-14) when he chose him from among the least of his people (Judges 6:15) to fulfill a high destiny. Thus do we in our turn salute thee, O glorious son of St. Francis of Assisi, and we beseech thee to be our constant aid. The enemy whom thou didst defeat on the field of battle is no longer an imminent peril for the West, but there is a greater danger, as Moses said to his people after their deliverance from Egypt: Take heed and beware lest at any time thou forget the Lord thy God … lest after thou hast eaten and art filled, hast built goodly houses … and shalt have herds of oxen and flocks of sheep and plenty of gold and of silver, and of all things; thy heart be lifted up and thou remember not the Lord who brought thee out of the house of bondage.  (Deuteronomy 8:11-14) If the Turk had conquered in that struggle of which thou wert the hero, what would have become of the civilization of which we are so proud? Since thy day the Church has had once more to champion the cause of Society, which the heads of the nations no longer seem to understand. May the need of giving expression to the gratitude which is due to her preserve her children from the forgetfulness which is the great evil of the present generation. We thank God for the feast of today; it is a perpetual memorial of His goodness and of the noble deeds of His saints. Help us to conquer in that warfare which is being incessantly carried on within our own souls against the world, the flesh, and the devil. May the name of Jesus put our enemies to flight, may His Cross be our standard and lead us through the death of self-love to the triumph of the Resurrection. (Dom Prosper Gueranger, O.S.B., The Liturgical Year. Feast of Saint John of Capistrano, March 27.)

Unfortunately—and thanks solely to conciliarism, the Mohammedans have been on the march in recent decades. The counterfeit church of conciliarism rejects Catholic militancy in the face of heresy, sin and armed threats to the sanctification and salvation of souls.

We need to turn with urgency now and every day to Our Lady as we use her Most Holy Rosary to fight the forces of the world, the flesh, and the devil in our own lives and that the evil forces at work in the world will be put to flight by the Triumph of her Immaculate Heart sooner rather than later.

Vivat Christus RexViva Cristo Rey!

Isn't it time to pray a Rosary now?

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

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 John of Capistrano, pray for us.