The stench of Hell

http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2015/10/synod-day-4-cardinal-erdo-who.html

“The other interesting news of the day is that the sole German-language group, the Germanicus, asked to move out of its meeting place, because its windowless place in the first day smelled bad and had “foul air“. Sulfur, we presume?… Indeed, the group includes luminaries of orthodoxy such as Cardinals Kasper and Marx, and Bishop Bode…”

A sign from God of his displeasure at these modern day Luthers?  For that is what they are. They follow the way of Luther, who revolted against God and the Church.  The German Bishops, however, are revolting against the Most Holy Eucharist Who is God by handing him over to be “crucified anew” in a soul stained with mortal sin.  And this Synod is ultimately about promoting and legitimizing sacrilege and blasphemy.  The words “Synod” and “Family” are just a ploy.  God save the Church.

~Damsel of the Faith

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10 thoughts on “The stench of Hell

  1. J Light

    I wish you do a research and post up so everybody will know about the “stench” of the Vatican II. Do you know that when John XXIII died, his body sent out foul smell, stench so much that they had to buy all the coffee in Rome, I think more than 300 pounds, just to cover up his body smell. Did you know that, his body turn face down twice and the coffin when they carried him dropped twice too? God gave us a sign to let us know he is a condemned pope, a worm-ridden pope, a pope not belong to Heaven but Hell. Same thing about Paul VI and John Paul II… I don’t remember every details of the stories of each of them. But they all had have strange weird bad signs and stench, so stinky that no one want come close… coffee, perfume, cologne, flowers… nothing would take away the stench… God speaks through the signs, only who know how to read it will understand it.

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    1. editor

      J. Light,

      I think you ought to post first class sources for those claims about the deaths of the various popes. Otherwise, the stories rank in the forbidden category of nothing more than gossip.

      None of us is qualified, let alone permitted, to judge the disposition or the destination of any soul. That’s very basic Catholicism. We are exhorted always to pray for every soul as if that soul is among the suffering souls in Purgatory, and during life we may certainly warn of the dangers into which a soul is placing his/her eternal salvation, risking Hell, but we may never say that any soul is in Hell. I know there are those theologians who argue that we may say that Judas Iscariot is in Hell, pointing to Scripture (“It were better for that man that he had never been born – only the fate of Hell would make that true, certain scholars argue) but even if that exception is allowed, it is the sole exception.

      So, if you have cast iron sources for your claims about “stenches” at the deaths of the popes you name, please post them here. Otherwise, I suggest you desist from making such claims and, instead, pray for the souls of these modernist pontiffs, in the hope that they have, by a miracle of God’s merciful grace, achieved salvation.

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      1. damselofthefaith Post author

        Thanks for your comment, Editor. I agree, for the most part. We certainly do not desire that a soul go to hell. We want people to be saved and come to the knowledge of the truth. Hence why we do what we do.

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  2. editor

    Damsel of the Faith,

    I’m interested to know with which part of my comment you don’t agree. You say you agree “for the most part”, so I’ll be interested in your clarification on that – thank you!

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    1. J Light

      The Blessed Virgin Mary said in La Salette there are “two worm-ridden popes.” She shown Hell to 3 children in Fatima. Many Saints and Holy Souls confirmed Hell and there are many popes, bishops, priests… clergy, religious persons who were condemned to Hell. The more you are given, the more you are being asked for return. I suggested that you do your own research, didn’t I? I never tell you blank that you ought to believe me regardless what I am saying, didn’t I? I comment based on what I had read, known or heard or seen and on credible sources as Heavenly Mother, Saints, good theologians who stand in good faith. If I comments are considered as “gossip” then the Blessed Virgin Mary, Saints, Fr. Hesse, Fr. Malachi, Fr. Gruner, Archbishop Lefebrve… and many good bishops and priests are all gossip like me. Because I have learned and still being learnt everything from them. I assume you know how to determine between “objectively judgment” and “subjectively judgment” when you read or interpret the Bible and/or the Catholic teachings about Faith and belief. Because if you do, nothing I comments contradicted to the Authentic Catholic Faith nor Her teachings.

      On Sun, Oct 11, 2015 at 9:59 AM, Damsel of the Faith wrote:

      > editor commented: “PS – I clicked “like” thinking it was the reply button! > I am sure I WILL like it when I get that clarification but right now I’m a > tad puzzled!”

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      1. editor

        J. Light,

        La Salette is one of those “iffy” apparitions because it was initially approved by the local bishop and then question marks arose. I can’t quite remember the details but, in any event, I think we have all that we need to know about our situation today in the Fatima Message, the prophecies from the 17th century Quito apparitions of Our Lady of Good Success and the more recent, 1973 private revelation at Akita in Japan.

        I have no doubt that there are many prelates, possibly even popes, in Hell but it’s not up to any of us to decide which ones. Our focus ought to be on keeping ourselves OUT of that damnable destination!

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