The American young woman who posted this on You Tube relates
how while staying at a convent in Assisi, she heard a
"ruckus" and upon investigation discovered the above "dance
routine/ musical number" taking place in an auditorium.
Although she found the spectacle "hilarious," the very
secular and ungodly nature of some of the dances performed
by those supposedly consecrated to God is more than a little
disturbing, especially with other possible immoral
implications that could spin off of this activity.
next in line?
The 'Papal' Succession Begins
"The profile of the next Pope has begun to be
discussed, and some candidates are already
'campaigning' to be Benedict’s successor, according
to serious international media organs. Three factors
have entered the picture to activate this talk."
Modernist Rome dismisses Commandments
What would Jesus do?
Novus Ordo commission looks at morality in the Bible
"In their new document, "The Bible and Morality,"
the scholars on the Pontifical Biblical Commission
said biblical morality is not so much a set of dos
and don'ts as it is a set of principles meant to
help Christians grow in perfection and contribute to
establishing God's kingdom on earth."
Work of anti-Christian mob
India: 'Nun' gang raped, police did nothing "India's Orissa state government has been accused of
failing to take action against the perpetrators of
the gang rape of a 28 year old Catholic nun. The
Hindu reports the Orissa government has failed
to take any action against those who committed the
gang rape of the nun and the brutal attack on a
Catholic priest who courageously resisted their
attempts to force him to participate in the
Says trads weren't ready to make 'leap'
Ratzinger's brother 'fond' of
From Christ of Chaos
It's not the Rabbi, it's the
'Pope' "Just as Joseph Ratzinger/Benedict XVI believes
that the Catholic Church's understanding of the
Fathers has been distorted by Saint Thomas
Aquinas and Scholasticism, so is it the case
that he believes that the papal condemnations of
the varying views of Scriptural inerrancy held
by Modernists and his own school of the New
Theology are no longer 'relevant.' Thus there is
the need for 'adjustments' now and again to
determine, especially in light of the 'insights'
of the secular sciences, what is 'inspired' and
what is not, confining the inspired text only to
that which is considered 'necessary' for
salvation. He takes lightly past encyclical
letters and solemn condemnations that he
believes have 'outlived' their usefulness (much
as he rejects, completely and entirely, the
immutable doctrine of the Social Reign of Christ
on the great motu ruse
Benedict XVI: Latin Mass is to be
'tolerated,' nothing more "And how
will the Conciliar Church achieve this 'communion'
with conservatives on the topic of liturgy? Benedict
explains: 'Yet for these people, to have the love
and tolerance to let them live with this liturgy
seems to me a normal requirement of the faith and
pastoral concern of any Bishop of our Church.
There is no opposition between the liturgy renewed
by the Second Vatican Council and the liturgy
celebrated according to the old rite.' The
message is quite clear. To be admitted into
communion with progressivist Rome, conservative and
traditionalist Catholics must admit there is no
opposition or contradiction between the Tridentine
Mass and the New Mass. (emphasis in original)"
NOW Comments: The writer of the linked column is certainly correct
in much of what she writes, however, there is one
point that bears particular examination as it
highlights a fundamental difference between Novus
Ordo Watch and other sedevacantist websites, on the
one hand, and fairly hard-line non-sedevacantist
websites such as Tradition in Action, on the other.
She writes: "We would like to see a public
discussion – a dialogue if you like – with the
Vatican on the serious points of contradiction and
opposition that we see in post-Conciliar
initiatives, including that of the liturgical
reform." The problem with this thinking is concept
of dialogue, which in the present context
most conforms to the following definition: "a
discussion between representatives of parties to a
conflict that is aimed at resolution." Now, a
serious attempt at resolving a problem presupposes
at the very least that both parties be of good will.
Yet, "Pope" Ratzinger is a Modernist, neo-modernist
or progressivist (depending on one's rhetorical
preference), and one cannot assume good will from an
even scholarly, "Catholic" who, despite his
deep learning in theological matters, nonetheless
has no problem in praying in a mosque in the manner
of a Muslim, invite a Protestants to lecture at one
of his "student circles," offer his prayers that the
Church of England be restored to unity…with
itself, inviting a rabbi to speak at a "synod,"
etc., etc. None of this speaks of the good will of a
real Catholic, but the false ecumenism of the
Modernist. Let us recall that Pope St. Pius X didn't
"dialogue" with this sort, but said they should be
struck with fists! If there were any signs
whatsoever of genuine repentance for the destruction
he caused at Vatican II, then discussion might make
sense, but in the passage quoted above, quite the
contrary, Ratzinger is talking about how the Mass
was renewed through Vatican II, as though the
"new Mass" is something beneficial, whereas the
traditional liturgy is somehow deficient (and
not the rite of countless saints down through the
ages), as though it was in need of "renewal," of the
Bugnini makeover. And that tells us all we really
need to know about the man. Pray for him (for his
conversion)? By all means. Dialogue with him? One
might as well sleep with a poisonous snake!
None dare call it
"As this writer has reported elsewhere, if it weren’t for
Catholics, abortion might very well be against the law.
Consider this ugly truth: Catholics comprise a majority
religious bloc in Congress, yet unborn children are murdered
by the hundreds every day. The reason? Politicians such as
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Sen. Joe Biden, Sen. Barack
Hussein Obama’s vice presidential candidate!…"
The principal errors and
heresies of Vatican II "This document comprises a list of the most important
contradictions of Catholic doctrine we are aware of in the
pronouncements of Vatican II, together with a summary, in
each case, of the evidence showing that the false teaching
is heretical, or in a few cases worthy of some less serious
note of censure. We suspect that a careful reading of the
Vatican II documents would bring many more heresies to
light, but we think that those listed below are the best
known and most blatant ones."
"In a massive candlelight vigil protest at Orange County,
California, Buddhist monks, Catholic priests, and leaders of
other faiths led thousands of faithful to pray for Hanoi
Catholics asking the Vietnam government to stop persecuting
them and respect human rights." NOW Comments:
The religious indifferentism manifested at the protest has
its roots in Conciliar documents such as
which urged Catholics to view non-Catholics in a new,
uncatholic way. All religions were to be esteemed and
honored as worthy of praise, no matter how far from the path
of salvation they are. In the secular order, Vatican II
encouraged lawless and leftist activism. In practical terms,
"Catholic" radicals such as Philip and Daniel Berrigan,
Thomas Merton and Dorothy Day were ringleaders in protesting
the American war in Vietnam. Some of them were certainly
conscious infiltrators bent on bringing down the Church and
Western Civilization along with it. Their successful
disobedience ultimately brought about America's abandonment
of Vietnam to the Communist aggressors whose militantly
atheist regime persecutes religions and is the target of
today's protests. Indeed, leaders in the Vietnamese
Communist Party have expressed their gratitude to the likes
of the Berrigan brothers, et al, even going so far to say
that they were at the point of surrendering and only hung on
because they saw that the pro-Communist demonstrations in
the United States were beginning to reap evil fruit. So the
persecutions being perpetrated today in Vietnam can very
accurately be attributed in part to "Catholic" anti-war
efforts in the 1960s and '07s.
"The Roman Catholic Diocese of London is now offering to
sell three of its local surplus churches -- all with
historic designations -- for as little as $1 apiece.
"The move has surprised the Town of Lakeshore which recently
learned that the diocese has ended a seven-year battle to
demolish its historic St. Joachim Church (left) and offered
the property to the town or a non-profit group for $1. Now,
the diocese is offering one of its other landmark churches
-- L'Annonciation in Stoney Point -- for $1."
A Novus Ordo blogster speaks out
The fight against Futurechurch: Music
"The music in most Roman Catholic parishes is so bad that
it's turning practicing Catholics into lapsed ones. So this
is an obvious place to start a short series on the fight
against Futurechurch – the grim, smug, post-hippie culture
that is squeezing the life out of English Catholicism."
However bad the music accompanying the "ordinary form" of
the average Novus Ordo "Catholic" liturgy (and make no
mistake, it's pretty horrendous), it must always be kept in
mind that it is but a symptom to the Modernist disease that
permeates the post-Vatican II sect. The disease is one that
has replaced worship with entertainment, the reverent and
sacred with the profane and secular, the God-centered with
the "community"-centered," and the one true Faith "in the
world but not of the world" that teaches of Christ with a
one-world, apostate, ecumenical religion that does not teach
of Christ, but openly "seeks in common with the world."
Bishop Sheen on What's my line?
An amusing few minutes showing
his wit, but more importantly this clip from a
nationally-broadcast program is an object lesson in how far
society has changed as far as how the Catholic Church and
its dignitaries are perceived. The respect shown Bp. Sheen
even by non-Catholics in this segment is impressive, and,
all the more, that of Catholic columnist Dorothy Kilgallen
(the last to see him off stage).
"I was born when Franklin D. Roosevelt came into office and
gave us hope to overcome fear. A Hudson River aristocrat
paralyzed from the waist down, he identified with the
helpless. He used his God-given gifts of voice, eloquence,
and character to inspire a nation through the depression and
World War II. Obama has the basic FDR ideals and political
skills, the ability to bring people together and lift then
up with his words.…"
(Note: Please read the letters after the column as the
readers have made some
Oh, that's right, Barack Hussein Obama, "a genuinely
religious man" and
fearless defender of the
How could we forget? (By the way, he also writes that FDR
gave Catholics "hope to overcome fear"? So what about
Christ? He wasn't able to give us hope? And can you
believe a priest wrote this nonsense?! How sad and
disgraceful. Pray for him.
Amen I say to you, as long as you did it to one of
these my least brethren, you did it to me. ―
"A series of about eight speakers came to the
microphone to express their unhappiness with what the bishop
had said -- and what they felt he had not said. One woman
said, in essence, 'We know what the Church says. What we
wanted you to talk about is the value of our lived
experience as lesbian women and gay men.'"
justifies a serious plea to all priests, but particularly to
those who are engaged in the important work of teaching the
science of theology to candidates for the priesthood. The
Holy Father has told us that some theologians have gone
astray by neglecting the traditional teaching of the
Catholic Church through excessive love for novelty and an
imprudent desire to show favor to non-Catholics.…"
"On Sept. 20, 1918, I was in the choir of the church after
celebrating Mass, making the thanksgiving when I was
suddenly overtaken by powerful trembling and then there came
calm and I saw Our Lord in his crucified form. He was
lamenting the ingratitude of men, especially those
consecrated to him and favored by him.…"
they're 'lay ministers'?
after 'Papal Mass' at
Lourdes "After the end of the papal mass by Benedict XVI
and the exodus of most of the clergy, some mass
attendees approached the credences in front of
the table altar, upon which countless sacred
vessels containing the remaining consecrated
Sacred Hosts from the celebration were placed.
The sacred vessels were unguarded. Also patens
with more consecrated hosts on them were
situated on the credence tables."
They put the remaining Hosts into their pockets
and bags (same article, but with photos of
The original headline reads sacrileges rather than
scandals, which presupposes (among other things) that the
liturgical service included valid consecration of the bread
and wine. Technically, if this wasn't a valid Catholic Mass
offered by a valid Pope, then there were no instances of
sacrilege, because nothing holy was affected. There was
scandal, however, since all that was occurring was being
done falsely in the name of the Catholic Church. Of
course, if this were a valid Mass, then the biggest
responsibility for sacrilege would fall upon 'Pope'
Ratzinger's shoulders, since he didn't even bother
with purification of the chalice and consumption of the
remaining Precious Blood after communion, neither did he see
to it that any extra Hosts be secured (tough to do when
there's no tabernacle around!).
When playing JP2 just
CUA grad Jon Voight stars in Dances with Rabbis
Novus Ordo film star
is shown above dancing the hora with Hasidic rabbis to raise
money for the 1987
in Los Angeles. Chabad is connected to the
ultra-fundamentalist Lubavitch movement, whose late leader,
a rabbi was and is hailed by many of his followers as the
and who since 1978 has been strangely honored by the
United States Government.
Voight, a alumnus of New York's Archbishop Stepinac High
School and the Catholic University of America (BA, 1960),
and who starred in the 2005 CBS mini-series,
Pope John Paul II, continues
to be a regular at the Chabad Telethon, and is close to its
organizer Rabbi Boruch Shlomo Cunin. This year the L.A.
Times reports of Voight's kosher connection:
"A real super mensch,"
Cunin, 67, calls him.
Voight has celebrated Hanukkah with Cunin. He attends
Yom Kippur services at the synagogue of another longtime
rabbi friend and speaks lovingly about "the holy Torah."
He has studied the works of Chabad's venerated
Lubavitcher "Rebbe," the late Rabbi Menachem Mendel
Schneerson. He can tick off the names of revered
Talmudic scholars -- Maimonides and the Maharal, for
instance -- the way others throw out the names of famous
And every September, he returns to join the dancing
rabbis. This Sunday he'll make his 18th telethon
All of which raises the question: Why?…
Voight says he is smitten by the ideal of performing
mitzvahs, good deeds, and the Jewish tradition of
scholarship, calling Jews "the conscience of the world."
someone who calls himself Catholic to describe Jews as "the
conscience of the world" quite frankly smacks of heresy, but
it is something that could just as easily have come from the
mouth of someone with ecclesiastical ranking in the
post-Vatican II church. Voight's remark is all the more
ironic given that the Christ-deniers with whom he's so
closely involved have, by accepting a false messiah,
fulfilled a prophecy of Christ's. ["I
am come in the name of My Father, and you receive Me not: if
another shall come in his own name, him you will receive."
John 5:43. Right, Menachem Schneerson]
Assisting Chabad is similar to giving to the Salvation Army,
as both are religious groups. This is something the the
Catholic Church has always forbidden, as any help is
restricted to non-Catholic individuals and would be
something that going through Catholic charities or the alms
of local churches.
But this hasn't stopped numerous well-known Vatican II
"Catholic" (or ex-Catholic) celebrities from lending their
support to the telethon. Among them have been California Governor and
former bodybuilder/actor Arnold Schwarzenegger, actors Martin Sheen, Tony
Danza, Edward James Olmos (mixed Catholic, Baptist, Jewish
background―the USCCB had him
a program praising the opening of "Cardinal" Roger Mahony's
new anti-cathedral), baseball All-Star Mike Piazza,
basketball great Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (aka Muslim
"convert" Lew Alcindor, who as a teen led his high school to
three New York City Catholic league championships), actress
Mare Winningham (raised Catholic, "converted" to Judaism as
an adult), talk show host (and Notre Dame alumnus) Regis
[Francis Xavier] Philbin, the late comedian Bob Hope, and
the late TV star, Carroll O'Connor, who in 1980 served as
the telethon's first host. (Videos
of several of these people aiding the Chabad Telethon can be
viewed by clicking one the thumbnails found in the above
YouTube window; when a new page opens YouTube, further links
can be found on the right hand column.)
"Italy's Northern League, allies of center-right Prime
Minister Sylvio Berlusconi, want to limit the growth of
Islam in the center of world Catholicism by blocking the
construction of mosques through strict new regulations."
"This brief statement is
indeed a double-edged one. The reference to the
'pacification of spirits' refers not only to those
traditionally-minded Catholics yet attached to the
structures of the counterfeit church of conciliarism who
have demonstrated 'exaggerations' in their approach to the
blasphemies spawned by the abomination that is the
Protestant and Masonic Novus Ordo service and the apostasies
represented by conciliarism's relentless warfare against the
nature of dogmatic truth and the nature of the unicity of
Holy Mother Church as its false shepherds have promoted
false ecumenism, inter-religious prayer services, the
esteeming of false religions, religious liberty, separation
of Church and State and episcopal collegiality. Oh, yes it
refers to them, as I will demonstrate in a moment. However,
Ratzinger/Benedict's reference to the 'pacification of
spirits' refers also the anger exhibited by the
ultra-revolutionary conciliar "bishops" in France who have
been far from 'tolerant' of those traditionally-minded
Catholics who labor under the misapprehension that the
conciliar church is the Catholic Church. Indeed, many of
these French 'bishops,' and some of their counterparts in
the United Kingdom and the United States of America and
elsewhere in the world, have been downright hostile to these
Catholics even in the wake of Summorum Pontificum."
He told French bishops that faithful should be made to feel
at home in their Church, whether they yearn for a return of
the ancient tongue or want to stick to modern languages at
There is a certain part of the
traditional movement enamored by "Pope" Ratzinger's supposed
Magna Carta for the Latin Mass, Summorum Pontificum.
When that was issued in July of last year, the popular
belief in that circle that from henceforth all Novus Ordo
"bishops" would be forced to permit the "Tridentine" rite,
like it or not. What the motu crowd fail to take into
account are the passages in Summorum and the letter
accompanying it that gives those "bishops" considerable
freedom to continue suppressing the Mass; namely, those
passages that stipulated that it is up to "bishops" to
determine what constitutes the nebulous "stable group"
required for offering the Mass, and how the liturgical life
of their "dioceses" should be structured, including
proscribing practices deemed disruptive to the "unity." In
other words, the "liberation of the Traditional Latin Mass"
is more chimeral than many of its boosters would care to
admit. The continuing resistance to/suppression of the true
Mass by a significant portion of Novus Ordo hierarchy more
than a year after Summorum's introduction,
resistance/suppression that Benedict XVI grudging allows, is
clear evidence of the fact that all is not what it appears
to be. (Of course, there are other significant problems with
the motu demonstrating the ulterior motives behind it: the
faithful being obliged to accept the "new Mass" as equally
valid and holy, and their being tied to the 1962 John
missal printed prior to that transitional year is allowed―as
well as the gradual insinuation of prayers from the
"new Mass" into the 1962 Missal, something explicitly
spelled out by Benedict as part of an alleged "mutual
enrichment" of the rites.)
Photo quip: Remember this past spring when the motu crowd was
celebrating how "Pope" Ratzinger had gone back to wearing
traditional-looking vestments and had replaced the horrid
"the defeated Christ" twisted crozier with a normal one?
Well, the above picture taken on September 8 during his
visit to Mariazell, Austria shows him back to his old
tricks. (Hey, maybe like the post-conciliar Vatican's two
"Roman Rites," there are "ordinary" and "extraordinary"
forms of the miter and vestment set/crozier, the first (ugly
Modernist/twisted one) when he's in a progressivist mode and
the later (dignified Catholic/standard one) when he's in his
"friend of Tradition" mode.
Oops…time to revise the revision
perplexed by change to 'Catholic' catechism "In
catechisms, as in prisons, there are no insignificant
sentences. Every word of these handbooks is meant to clearly
express the fundamentals of the faith. The Catholic Church,
especially, places great emphasis on its catechism to help
pass doctrine from one generation to the next."
Rome he went for walks with 'Pope'
Illini campus 'priest' arraigned
for drug dealing
"The Rev. Christopher Layden, 33, wearing a suicide-risk
reduction gown during his video arraignment from the jail
Thursday, pleaded innocent to two counts of delivery of less
than 1 gram of cocaine within 1,000 feet of a church and a
separate count of possession with intent to deliver 1 to 15
grams of cocaine within 1,000 feet of a church.…"
Pope's' students to launch
Ratzinger Foundation in Munich "This was the
thirtieth meeting since the circle was set up after the
then-Professor Joseph Ratzinger was made Cardinal Archbishop
of Munich in 1977. Some forty
former students from all over the world were present. Two
world-famous Lutheran scriptural scholars, Martin Hengel and
Peter Stuhlmacher (Tübingen) were invited to read papers in
the presence of the Pope on the general topic of the
historicity of the Gospel narratives and the particular
topic of Jesus’ consciousness of the significance of his own
pending death. The lively discussion that followed was made
all the more significant by the fact that the Pope, who is
in the process of writing the second volume of his book,
Jesus of Nazareth, took an active part in the exchange of
views with the same frankness, humor, and clarity that
marked all his university seminars and colloquia.…"
What a tremendous eye-opener for those who aren't too blind
to see! Here's Benedict XVI as he really is, spending
"quality time" with his former students. Now, if he's really
the great "friend of Tradition" that some would
make him out to be, what better opportunity to demonstrate
that in a setting where he has maximum impact on those
around him. So what does he do? First, instead of making a
significant statement by offering the Traditional Latin
Mass, Ratzinger opts for the "new Mass" (with
no crucifix on the "altar"!).
Again, he could
have found some solidly Catholic theologians to lecture, but
he doesn't even call in nominally Catholic ones, preferring
to have Lutheran heretics take center stage. (Hans Küng
should demand an apology for being snubbed!) And then
there's his longtime Austrian friend, Vienna's "Cardinal"
Christoph Schönborn, who was rubbing elbows with him at the
"altar." Only one problem. Schönborn had weeks before made
himself infamous by commissioning a work by the same
Communist "artist" whose blasphemous and perverted exhibit
last spring in Vienna's Dommuseum triggered international
outrage. The "cardinal," who knew of the exhibit and yet
little to stop it, would, in normal times, be doing penance
somewhere for such acts, not be an honored
guest of the pope! (See
SSPX weak tea?
"To a layman asking whether one should – or could – attend today the
(Tridentine) Mass of a priest ordained in 1972 with the 1968 new rite of
Ordination, an SSPX priest answered that the SSPX 'would not recommend
it.' The layman found this answer 'too weak to be definitive.' His hope
for stronger answers is surely shared by many souls suffering from
today’s all-round confusion."
Yes, Bishop Williamson, your Society is
weak. You write: "Alas, with Novus Ordo ordinations as with Novus Ordo
Masses, no doubt they are more and more often invalid as the
pre-Conciliar Church’s ways drop more and more into the past, but even
today one cannot truthfully say that all Novus Ordo sacraments are
automatically invalid." Yet in sacramental theology the rule of thumb is
that one is not to partake of doubtful sacraments, and the 1968 rite of
ordination falls into such a category (see, for example,
is not valid).
she doesn't make McCain a bit better!
Governor Palin a hit with Novus Ordo
"One Catholic activist from San Francisco told me she
was offering to organize all the pro-life women in the area
for a Palin fundraiser. 'This changes everything,' she said,
'my phone hasn't stopped ringing since she was announced.'
Neither she nor her friends had much enthusiasm for McCain's
candidacy. They do now."
debate on Palin: PRO-McCAIN/PALIN Christopher Ferrara: "Why I am voting Republican this
ANTI-McCAIN/PALIN Dr. Thomas Droleskey:
Naturalism's false premises"
Remarks on Palin can be found a little over two-thirds of
the way down the page. Dr. Droleskey calls her a
"fallen-away Catholic." stating that she "left the true
Faith at the age of twelve to become a member of the
Catholic-hating group of Pentecostalists…" In fairness to
the candidate, it should be noted that she was born during
Vatican II in 1964, which would make it 1976 when her
parents switched churches and began attending on affiliated
with the Assemblies of God. A number of questions then
arise, such as: 1. Did her parents leave because of the
post-conciliar changes, which caused many at the time to
become disillusioned and believe what they were witnessing
was proof the Catholic Church wasn't the true faith? (This
doesn't excuse such defections, of course, but the confusion
that's ensured since 1965 make it necessary to determine how
much the defection was a rejection of Catholic teachings and
how much rejection of the false teachings of the Novus Ordo.
Since the parents didn't end up in a traditional chapel it
means that even if they left because of the ascendancy of
Council errors, at some point they rejected the dogmas of
the Church, too and at that point they became fallen away.)
2. Did Sarah Palin leave the true Faith when she was 12 or
was she taken from it by her parents? 3. How much of the
true Faith was she ever exposed to, given the state of the
Church? (It makes all the difference in the world if she was
taught from the Baltimore Catechism or, say, the
Modernist Dutch Catechism, as one cannot be said to
reject the Catholic Faith if all she ever knew was the was
what she learned from the latter.) So, the suggestion that
she should be regarded as fallen away is at least open to
debate; yet that matter in no way affects Dr. Droleskey's
other objections about the candidate's fitness for the
position or lack thereof.
We use "Traditional
Catholic" here in a rather broad sense, as Mr. Ferrara
clearly embraces the view that Benedict XVI is a "friend of
Tradition," which is a 180 degree switch from not too long
ago, when he referred to him as "an industrious termite"
bent on destroying the Church. (How Mr. Ferrara is able to
reconcile those conflicting views is something best left to
him; to date, he has not attempted to explain himself in any
cogent manner about this, rather alluding to some papal
grace that mysteriously transforms a destructive heretic
into an ultra-orthodox Catholic…er, except when
"Pope" Ratzinger had his own "Pray like a Muslim Day" at the
Blue Mosque, of course.)
Bugnini lets his Masonic mask slip,
openly belittles traditional Latin Mass
As a good historian who knows how to weigh both sides and reach a
balanced judgment, why did you not mention the millions and hundreds
of millions of the faithful who have at lastachieved worship in spirit and in truth?
Who can at last pray to God in their own languages and not in
meaningless sounds, and are happy that henceforth they know what
they are saying? Are they not 'the Church?'
(emphasis added throughout)
(a response in
1969 to Fr. Hubert Jedin, critic of the post-conciliar liturgical
"A reform of the reform?"
"Crises in the Church",
Fr. Jedin's critique in
(January 30, 1969) to which Bugnini was responding
From Tradition in Action
The bitter fruits of ecumenism in India
"Fr. Thomas Chellen, director of the pastoral center that was destroyed
with a bomb, had a narrow escape after a Hindu mob nearly set him on
fire. Currently undergoing treatment at a Catholic hospital in Orissa's
capital Bhubaneswar, Fr. Chellen had this horrifying experience to share
with Catholic News Service: 'They had poured kerosene on my head, and
one held a matchbox in his hands to light the fire. But thanks to Divine
Providence, in the end, they did not do that.…'"
Vatican II Flashback:
"The religions which are found in more advanced civilizations endeavor
by way of well-defined concepts and exact language to answer these
questions. Thus in Hinduism men explore the divine mystery and express
it both in the limitless riches of myth and the accurately defined
insights of philosophy. They seek release from the trials of the present
life by ascetical practices, profound meditation and recourse to God in
confidence and love."
(Uh-huh, right. Suuurre
used to promote perv agenda
Mainstream media slammed for libeling John Henry Newman as homosexual
"Fr. Ian Ker, a priest and biographer of Cardinal Newman,
yesterday that homosexualists were using
Newman's close friendship with another priest as a political ploy.
'Clearly' Fr. Kerr said, Newman 'did love his dear friend' but he called
it "ridiculous" to claim, a century after the fact, that they were
homosexuals who lived 'as husband and wife.'"
"There is no evidence for that whatsoever, and everything he wrote and
said suggests he would have thought homosexuality was immoral, not to
mention that it was illegal at the time. Theirs was a close friendship
that some people are now trying to misrepresent and use for their own
Christ or Chaos
Modernism's eternal foe, our
"With the sole exception of the issue of clerical celibacy,
which has been an issue for a few conciliarists over the
past forty years, the list of 'reforms' that Pope Saint Pius
X knew that the Modernists wanted to implement stands out as
a prophetic warning as to the agenda that was formed by
Modernist theologians in the years before the Second Vatican
Council and became the fundamental basis for the whole ethos
It was with fitting irreverence that Benedict XVI's latest
"ordinary" in Green Bay,
"Bishop" David Ricken,
stopped his installation homily to start singing what's been
classic truck-driving song."
We say irreverence because: 1. The song
drew peals of laughter at what ought to be a solemn event, a common occurrence at such
occasions that typifies the trivializing effect of the Novus
Ordo religion on matters of faith
(any levity should be reserved for the reception that
follows, as a homily or sermon isn't an appropriate place
for standup comedy), and 2.
Ricken said his
silliness was to show his solidarity with Green Bay Packers
football fans, exactly the sort of buffoonery engaged
in by Milwaukee's "Archbishop" Timothy Dolan at
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