VATICAN 2: MISERY AND DESPAIR

The Robber Council of 1962-1965 (better known to the world as the Second Vatican Council), produced sixteen heretical documents. Four of those documents were “promulgated” by Montini (“Pope” Paul VI) on December 7, 1965, the day before the Council ended. Altogether, Vatican II passed four Constitutions, nine Decrees, and three Declarations. Two of the four Constitutions were called “Dogmatic” (Dei Verbum [on Divine Revelation], and Lumen Gentium [on the Church]), and the last was labeled as “Pastoral,” Gaudium et Spes (On the Church in the Modern World). The Constitution Sacrosanctum Concilium  [on the liturgy] does not specify itself with either appellation. Gaudium et Spes (translated as “Joy and Hope,” will hereinafter be referred to as “GS”), was one of those last four documents put out by the Council. It is most pernicious and often overlooked because of the more glaring heresies of the other Constitutions. MORE

Sixty Years of Sede Vacante by Mario Derksen. True Prophet or False prophet?

Dear friends of the Faith without exception, False Prophets always tell people what THEY want to hear. This article was printed in the “Reign of Mary.” A  CMRI publication.in Fall 2018 under the title of “As Sheep Not Having a Shepherd.” I got a hold of it about six months ago and just couldn’t respond until now. You will see that, in some cases he even contradicts the Bishop of CMRI. Because it’s about six pages long I have taken the liberty to high light those places that contain the most serious errors and explain each one here. 

In Christ, Joseph  8-7-20 St. Cajetan,C

The Great Apostasy, precedes the reign of Antichrist.

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“Why the V-2 Popes cannot be Popes.” Lecture by Rev. Fr. Noel Barbara

Explanation of Church Teaching on Papal Infallibility ~ by Rev. Fr. Noel Barbara  RIP

Hear, Father Noel Barbara’s dynamic lecture,  given originally in French by Fr. Barbara in the 1980’s. The author (who was probably the first European priest to come to the conclusion of the vacancy in the papal chair), after recalling the Catholic doctrine on the Church and its Magisterium, shows why the popes of Vatican II cannot be  popes.

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Excuse me my CMRI Friend on Pope John XXIII

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That I know of, this is one “simony”  accusation in the last 50 years was never made public among Traditional Catholics. So please, tell me your source and what CMRI Father’s agree with these accusations towards pope John XXIII???  What about our Bishop? I never heard him say anything on it this.

Do I understand you correctly that pope John XXIII bought or paid to be pope?

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The Great Apostasy is irreversible. Bishop. Louis Vezelis OFM

Dear Friends in Christ, Jesus.

Faith is often tried and made strong in times of hardship. A case in point is the present Great Apostasy. Because of the Great Apostasy that has changed the Church forever into a very small flock as opposed to the great number that has apostatized and those that have been led into schism by false teachers, the remnant of the Church is often physically isolated from other members of the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church.

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Can One Be Materially Pope and Not Formally Also?

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A review of “The Problem of Authority in the Post conciliar Church – the Cassiciacum Thesis” by Father Bernard Lucien.

In this review, I would wish to proceed through the Cassiciacum Thesis of Msgr. Guerard des Laurier as presented by Rev. Bernard Lucien and translated by Rama P. Coomaraswamy, M.D., step by step, but time does not allow. Be that as it may, one must first skip to the conclusion in order to put into perspective the outcome of their conclusions. I will return to the Thesis afterwards.

I begin by quoting from the Chapter “Conclusion:”

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The Cassiciacum Thesis, by Fr. Nicolás E. Despósito Sede Vacante Bishops cannot elect a Pope

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Dear Friends:

The attached link is another attempt by those Cassiciacum Thesis, prelates and you could add some sede vacante’s  who are trying to convince themselves that the church will always remain intact until Christ comes back. The basis for this is, “The Gates of hell shall not prevail against it,”  that the powers of Hell would not prevail against the church is at least a valid interpretation of the text.

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Why the Church takes Refuge in the United States during the End Times

Those of you who know me are aware that I announced the second coming of Christ in March 1970. I had also made a couple of banners which were a reflection of the Book of the Apocalypse Chapter 12., Joel 2:31 and Acts 2:20. Our Lady, or (Church) clothed with the sun with the moon under her feet. Only I made my banner to have an eclipse of the sun and put Our Lady in the center, then put twelve crosses (for stars) around her on the edge of the moon, like the back of the miraculous medal. I also alluded, too, that this banner represents the Church going into the wilderness as a result of the immorality of the 60’s followed by the Vatican II Council at the same time. I was hoping to rally the Blue Army groups of Our Lady behind these banners to combat the evils of our times.

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Pope John XXIII’s reason for calling the Vatican II Council

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Act of Faith
O my God * I firmly believe all the sacred truths * which Thy Holy Catholic Church * believes and teaches * because Thou hast revealed them *  Who canst neither deceive * nor be deceived.
I opened up with the Act of Faith in order to challenge your mind set to see if this applies to you as a Catholic. One cannot ignore the FACT that NO church council has caused more controversy as this “Vatican II Council” has in the history of the Church.

When Pope John XXIII called the Vatican II Council he first stated to the news media that it would be a Pastoral Council and that he wanted to bring all the Christians together, open the windows and let in some fresh air.

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