Resign, Bishops!

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The presence of homosexual activity among bishops and seminarians was so widespread and connected, especially in seminaries, that it [is] impossible to believe that it was not known to many, if not most, of the bishops in the United States — especially to high-ranking prelates who deal with the daily affairs of the Church like problems in seminaries. Consequently, many are saying that the bishops who knew about this “homosexual predation” upon seminarians — and did nothing to stop it — should resign.

American Bishops,

For the sake of your eternal souls & the millions in your care, leave the Episcopacy! Resign! You have done enough damage with your lies, deceit & cover-ups. You have allowed homosexuals into your seminaries & ordained them with impunity to destroy souls, body & soul.  You have covered it up because your prestige, power & furthering your careers are your gods, if you are not part of the mafia yourselves. You consider yourselves nothing less than businessmen & act in that fashion. WHERE are the true Shepherds?  Why will no one come forward & admit the truth, that the Church has been overtaken by homosexuals for generations, a mafia that passes down their evil, up to our present day?  The Pennsylvania Grand Jury report is about to be released, detailing in hundreds of thousands of pages the corruption, deceit & evil in the state dioceses of Pennsylvania alone.  Bishops, are you going to continue to wait for the storm to pass, implement ridiculous policies & pass the buck?  You are infiltrators.  You have no faith & you don’t even have the common decency to stop ripping apart the Body of Christ.  She is weary & struggling to get up from the fight only to have you continuing to give her death blows.  American Catholics no longer consider you trustworthy, they see through your lies & they want you gone.  You are wolves & you don’t even try to hide in sheep’s clothing anymore.

Good bishops, where are you? Demand the resignation of the wolves within your confreres.  The Catholic world is waiting.  In fact, many Catholics already plan to go to Baltimore for your annual meeting in November to cry out & make their voices heard in protest.  They have had enough.  Are you going to offer balm to the wounds of the Church or walk away?  You should resign too, if you’re that weak & negligent.

I’ll end with this, which clearly demonstrates that we are looking at the evil disciples of these 1,100 men – faithless, apostate homosexuals who infiltrated the Catholic Church. Do you deny it, Bishops?

“Stalin, soon after he came to power, ordered his cronies to invade Catholic seminaries … with young men that had neither faith nor morals. Now … the ideal cases: homosexual. Obviously, you don’t suppose that someone … well, it’s much more complicated, you know, to have an affair with a woman. But if you’re a homosexual, and then it was a tragic mission … . [Dodd] declared publicly — I repeat, publicly — that in the course of the 20 years of activities for the Communists, she recruited some 1,100 young men.”  ~Bella Dodd’s words to Alice von Hildebrand in 1965

Bishops, those of you who are innocent & not a part of this second generation of apostate homosexuals, speak now.  You that have torn asunder the Body of the Church, you are the successors of one apostle – Judas.

Your world must crumble soon & your master will be defeated.  Get behind us, Satan.

~Damsel of the Faith


Resist & persevere


Reform must begin from the top. The restoration will come from a restored, converted clergy.  How will this be done?  Well, the remnant that keeps the Faith will charge forward & persevere without compromise, until God deigns to give us the day of victory.  Resist the heretics, including the one that sits on the Chair of Peter, but always give an account of the Faith that we still adhere to.  So obstinate in their heresy, I’m convinced it will take a “St. Paul moment” to convert the modern Church back to her roots.

May St. John Vianney, whose feast it is, intercede for the Church he loved so well.

An official statement announced his age, his nationality, and the different positions he has filled since his ordination, but journalists are saying he is different from his predecessor.

Fr. Davide Pagliarani responded to this claim in an interview in 2011 with the website of the District of Italy of which he was the superior at the time:

As in any human association, so too in the Society there are different nuances and sensibilities among the various members. To think that it can be otherwise would be a bit childish. Nevertheless, I think that one easily falls into the oversimplifications that you just mentioned if calm good judgment is lost or one speaks on the basis of preconceived prejudices: one ends up creating parties and unthinkingly siding with some rather than others.

To the members of the Society it is clear that the identity of their own congregation is structured around a definite, precise axis that is called Tradition; upon this principle, which is universally shared within the Society, the unity of the Society itself is built, and I think that objectively it is impossible to find a stronger principle of identity and cohesion: precisely this basic cohesion on the essentials is what allows the individuals to have variously nuanced views on any matters of opinion.

Yes, but what is his position on the relations with Rome?

Some observers say he is against them. Fr. Pagliarani answered this claim, too, in the same interview:

The canonical situation in which the Society presently finds itself is the result of its resistance to the errors that infest the Church; consequently, the possibility of the Society arriving at a regular canonical situation does not depend on us but on the hierarchy’s acceptance of the contribution that Tradition can make to the restoration of the Church.

And he explained:

The Roman spirit with which the Society wants to serve the Roman Church (consists in doing) whatever is possible so that the Church can reclaim Her Tradition, starting with Rome itself. The history of the Church teaches us that no universal, effective and lasting reform is possible unless Rome makes that reform its own and it starts from Rome.

The upcoming months will show pressing journalists and anxious observers whether this analysis by Fr. Pagliarani is still that of the new Superior General, or whether the man elected as head of the Society of St. Pius X is now different…

The priests and faithful of Tradition already know the answer.

— Fr. Alain Lorans.
Editorial from Nouvelles de Chrétienté §172, to be published later this month.

Death penalty is now “inadmissible”

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The following is the Pope’s new “teaching” on the death penalty, from the Catechism of the Catholic Church:

Recourse to the death penalty on the part of legitimate authority, following a fair trial, was long considered an appropriate response to the gravity of certain crimes and an acceptable, albeit extreme, means of safeguarding the common good.  Today, however, there is an increasing awareness that the dignity of the person is not lost even after the commission of very serious crimes. In addition, a new understanding has emerged of the significance of penal sanctions imposed by the state. Lastly, more effective systems of detention have been developed, which ensure the due protection of citizens but, at the same time, do not definitively deprive the guilty of the possibility of redemption. Consequently, the Church teaches, in the light of the Gospel, that “the death penalty is inadmissible because it is an attack on the inviolability and dignity of the person,” and she works with determination for its abolition worldwide.

Once again, the Pope attacks Church teaching, this time by calling the death penalty always “inadmissable.” It’s simply astounding that these Popes declare 2,000 years of Church teaching wrong.  On what authority?  None, because unjust laws are none at all.  Doctrine does not “develop” as if it has not been infallibly fixed, a requirement for every Catholic to believe & accept in order to call themselves a Catholic.  The man who sits on the Chair of Peter (presuming he does) is not Catholic in any way, shape or form.  You can beat around the bush all you want, but the facts are the facts & the proof is in the pudding, coming out of Rome on a daily, weekly, monthly, yearly basis, going back decades.  Out of the heart, the mouth speaks.

Speaking of the heart…

Francis, what of the unborn children, who have their hearts & mouths ripped apart in their mother’s womb?  Is the dignity of their human life worth putting to death those who kill them?  Just asking.

And did not Christ subject Himself to capital punishment to redeem us?

Answer our questions, Francis. The Church isn’t your personal plaything to throw around & abuse. It’s the house of your children which you are to safeguard & protect.

I post the following, which the Church still teaches, despite what any heretic in Rome says to the contrary.  Taken from none other than the Catechism of the Council of Trent, which still holds true & binding on the faithful:

“Another kind of lawful slaying belongs to the civil authorities, to whom is entrusted power of life and death, by the legal and judicious exercise of which they punish the guilty and protect the innocent. The just use of this power, far from involving the crime of murder, is an act of paramount obedience to this [Fifth] Commandment which prohibits murder. The end of the [Fifth] Commandment is the preservation and security of human life. Now the punishments inflicted by the civil authority, which is the legitimate avenger of crime, naturally tend to this end, since they give security to life by repressing outrage and violence. Hence these words of David: In the morning I put to death all the wicked of the land, that I might cut off all the workers of iniquity from the city of the Lord.”

Tradition condemns them

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The following  is taken from The Mass of All Time by Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre.  Let this speak for itself, that the innovations & “reforms” are against the will of God & detrimental to the Catholic Church.

A new rite already condemned by several Popes and Councils

It is a conception more Protestant than Catholic which expresses everything which has been unduly exalted and everything which has been diminished.

Contrary to the teachings of the 22nd session of the Council of Trent, contrary to the encyclical Mediator Dei of Pius XII, the role of the faithful in the participation of the Mass has been exaggerated, and the role of the priest has been belittled to that of a mere president.

It has exaggerated the place given to the liturgy of the Word and lessened the place given to the propitiatory Sacrifice. It has exalted the communal meal and secularized it, at the expense of respect for and faith in the Real Presence effected by transubstantiation.

In suppressing the sacred language, it has pluralized the rites ad infinitum, profaning them by incorporating worldly or pagan elements, and it has spread false translations at the expense of the true faith and genuine piety of the faithful.

And yet the Councils of Florence and Trent had both declared anathemas against all of these changes, while affirming that our Mass in its Canon dated back to Apostolic times.

The popes St. Pius V and Clement VIII insisted on the necessity of avoiding changes and transformation and of preserving perpetually this Roman Rite hallowed by Tradition.

The desacralization of the Mass and its secularization lead to the laicization of the priesthood, in the Protestant manner.

How can this reform of the Mass be reconciled with the canons of the Council of Trent and the condemnations in the Bull Auctorem Fidei of Pius VI?

3. “It is Tradition which condemns them, not me”

I do not set myself up as a judge; I am nothing, I am merely an echo of a Magisterium which is clear, which is evident, which is in all of the books, the papal encyclicals, council documents, basically in all of the theological books prior to the Council. What is being said now does not at all conform with the Magisterium which has been professed for two thousand years. Therefore it is the Tradition of the Church, her Magisterium which condemns them. Not me

The Magnificence of the Precious Blood

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One drop of his Precious Blood was sufficient to redeem the whole world. Even one word from his mouth could have vanquished sin & satan, but lo, Christ proved in every humanly possible way the extent of His love by allowing His human nature to be tortured more severely than any martyrdom or sickness could have tortured anyone.  How often is He reviled, persecuted & tortured by those who should be His own?  Was not the shedding of His Blood enough to wash away our indifference?  Stay focused on the cross.

In nothing is it of so much importance to us that God should be magnificent as in the shedding of His Blood.

It would be part of His Dominion, part of His Magnificence, to be accurately prodi gal of that which made His Dominion more dear to Him, and His Magnificence more magnificent.

Yet I would fain keep before you that the prodigality of the Precious Blood is simply necessary for our wretchedness, that we could not do with less of it, that, if so infinite a price were to be paid for our redemption, it must be infinitely paid.

God could not help being magnificent, precisely because He is God.

It is His infinity thus compassionately and delightedly acting upon our finiteness, which we call His magnificence.

It is an attribute which ought to be most dear to us, and which we should honor with a special devotion. If the tranquility of holiness comes of our loving to be overwhelmed by the sovereignty of God, we come to love His sovereignty by delighting in His magnificence.

What we have said amounts to this. The magnificence of God was nowhere more needed than in the Precious Blood; and, as a matter of fact, it has been nowhere more shown. It was of surpassing importance to us that it should be so.

Pious zeal

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Be zealous, but always with love.

“But in order that the desired fruit may be derived from this apostolate and this zeal for teaching, and that Christ may be formed in all, be it remembered, Venerable Brethren, that no means is more efficacious than charity. ‘For the Lord is not in the earthquake’ (III Kings xix., II) – it is vain to hope to attract souls to God by a bitter zeal. On the contrary, harm is done more often than good by taunting men harshly with their faults, and reproving their vices with asperity. True the Apostle exhorted Timothy: ‘Accuse, beseech, rebuke,’ but he took care to add: ‘with all patience’ (II. Tim.iv., 2). Jesus has certainly left us examples of this. ‘Come to me,’ we find Him saying, ‘come to me all ye that labor and are burdened and I will refresh you’ (Matth. xi., 28). And by those that labor and are burdened he meant only those who are slaves of sin and error. What gentleness was that shown by the Divine Master! What tenderness, what compassion towards all kinds of misery! Isaias has marvelously described His heart in the words: ‘I will set my spirit upon him; he shall not contend, nor cry out; the bruised reed he will not break, he will not extinguish the smoking flax’ (Is. xlii., I, s.). This charity, ‘patient and kind’ (I. Cor. xiii., 4.), will extend itself also to those who are hostile to us and persecute us. ‘We are reviled,’ thus did St. Paul protest, ‘and we bless; we are persecuted and we suffer it; we are blasphemed and we entreat’ (I. Cor., iv., 12, s.).”   ~Pope St. Pius X –  “E Supremi”

“No sacrifice is more acceptable to God than zeal for souls.” ~Pope St. Gregory the Great
Prayer for the Propagation of Faith and Piety

Eternal Father, by Thy infinite mercy and by the infinite merits of thy divine Son Jesus, make Thyself known and loved by all souls, since it is Thy will that all should be saved. Gloria Patri.

Through the sacred mysteries of human redemption send, O Lord, laborers into thy harvest, and spare Thy people. Eternal Word incarnate, Redeemer of the human race, convert all souls to Thyself, since for them Thou wast obedient even to the death of the Cross. Gloria Patri.

Through the merits and intercession of Thy most holy Mother, and of all the Angels and Saints, send, O Lord, labourers into thy harvest, and spare thy people.

O Holy Spirit of God, by the infinite merits of the Passion and Death of Jesus Christ, diffuse Thy most ardent and all-powerful charity in all hearts, that there may be one Fold and one Shepherd throughout the world, and that all may come to sing thy divine mercies in Heaven for ever. Amen. Gloria Patri.

Queen of Apostles, and all ye Angels and Saints, pray the Lord of the harvest to send laborers into his harvest and spare his people, that we may all rejoice with Him and the Father and the Holy Spirit forever and ever. Amen.

Immaculate Mother of God, Queen of Apostles, I know that the divine precept, by which I am bound to love my neighbor as myself, obliges me to procure by every possible means not only my eternal salvation, but also that of my neighbor. But I confess that through my sins I am not worthy of the grace to labor effectually and constantly for the eternal salvation of my soul and of the souls of my relations and neighbors; much less am I worthy of the grace to promote good works and increase the means, both spiritual and temporal, of restoring Faith and rekindling charity among Catholics, and propagating the truth throughout the world.

Do thou then, O Mother, obtain for me this grace through the mercy of God and the infinite merits of Jesus Christ; and in union with the heavenly court and all the just, who are or will be in the Church of God, from henceforth I intend to offer these same merits of Jesus as a thanksgiving in anticipation of this grace obtained by thee for us and for all, as thou didst obtain it for the holy Apostles.

And so, I, N.N., trusting in thy powerful intercession, resolve from henceforth to use whatever I have from God of power, talents, learning, riches, position, health, sickness or sorrow, for the greater glory of God and the salvation of my soul, and that of my neighbor, more especially by working for the propagation of piety and the holy faith throughout the world. And when all other means to this end fail me, I will never cease to pray, that there may be one Fold and one Shepherd. By so doing I hope to reach paradise, there to enjoy the fruit of the Apostolate of Jesus Christ for all eternity. Amen.

Ave Maria thrice, Gloria Patri once.



Inside the General Chapter

The FSSPX news photographer was able to get exclusive pictures from inside the General Chapter.  These are all truly beautiful.  May the Archbishop watch over his society & protect it from the ravenous wolves so that it may continue to keep the timeless Faith without threat from the enemies of us all, the Modernists.

No authority, not even the highest in the hierarchy, can force us to abandon or diminish our Catholic Faith, so clearly expressed and professed by the Church’s Magisterium for nineteen centuries.

“But though we,” says St. Paul, “or an angel from heaven preach a gospel to you besides that which we have preached to you, let him be anathema” (Gal. 1:8).

Is it not this that the Holy Father is repeating to us today?  And if we can discern a certain contradiction in his words and deeds, as well as in those of the dicasteries, well we choose what was always taught and we turn a deaf ear to the novelties destroying the Church.  ~Archbishop Lefebvre

On Saturday, July 21, 2018, at 11:00 a.m., the fourth General Chapter of the Society of St. Pius X came to an end.

On July 11, this Chapter elected Fr. Davide Pagliarani as Superior General for 12 years, and Bishop Alfonso de Galarreta and Fr. Christian Bouchacourt as his First and Second General Assistants.

On July 20, two General Coucillors were elected to serve on the Council of the Superior General; they are Bishop Bernard Fellay, former Superior General (1994-2018), and Fr. Franz Schmidberger, former Superior General (1982-1994) and current director of the Herz Jesu Seminary in Zaitzkofen (Germany).

Before going their separate ways after these two weeks of work, the 41 Chapter members attended Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament in the seminary chapel, then processed to Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre’s tomb, where they entrusted the Chapter’s resolutions to the venerated Founder of the Society of St. Pius X.

Instaurare omnia in Christo!