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. Continue reading
Dear follow Catholics:
This is the teachings of the First Vatican Council and Pope PIus IX 1869-1870
Here is what it says, “1831 [Canon]. If anyone thus speaks, that the Roman Pontiff has only the office of inspection or direction, but not the full and supreme power of jurisdiction over the universal Church, not only in things which pertain to faith and morals, but also in those which pertain to the discipline and government of the Church spread over the whole world; let him be anathema. This is repeated in canon 1827 below. “let him be anathema.” Continue reading
The AntiChrist would have to be a false pope; St. Bernard
Any time you hear or see the phrase, Restoration, or the like, denies divine revelation that the first AntiChrist was Paul VI and that the final solution can only be the Second Coming of Christ. Do not trust Traditionalists who preach or indicate, ‘restoration,’ ‘Sedeprivationists,’ ‘material formula popes,’ ‘interregnum,’ ‘a future Pope,’ etc, on these subjects. You notice that I use a capitol C on AntiChrist, which means he has to be a priest, or acting priest.
Fellow Catholics. Since the legalization of the Vatican II Council the Fathers have had over 43 years to come to an objective conclusion. As it stands to this day the Fathers are as deeply divided over the following facts as they were 43 years ago.
As a result, I am forced to issue the following Anathemas in the name of Truth and Justice, while I can. For me not to do so would make ME guilty of “Derelict of Duty.” These Anathemas only apply to those who go AGAINST the following TRUTHS. Continue reading
Fr. Gommar DePauw’s excellent audio lecture on “Catholic or Conciliar” (1, 2, & 3) can be heard on Gloria TV. This lecture continues on through to the history of Vatican II so be sure to hear all of them. AUDIO: MORE
Fr. Gommar A. DePauw (October 11, 1918 – May 6, 2005) was a priest and founder of the Catholic Traditionalist Movement. Both in Europe and the U.S., a few recalcitrant priests and congregations are stubbornly holding on to the Tridentine Latin Mass, which was replaced by a new rite in the wake of Vatican II. Best known in the U.S. is Father Gommar De Pauw, who draws worshipers from as far as 100 miles away for his Tridentine Masses each Sunday in Westbury, L.I. De Pauw’s Masses are also broadcast on 20 radio stations coast-to-coast. MORE
To begin with, I will start with my own experience which helped me and others to the sede vacantist position. During the early 60’s I was a bakery worker and wasn’t able to attend Sunday Mass. The turmoil of the 60’s lead me to the Bible for spiritual fortification. Later I wanted to join up with a Rosary Group and the largest and preeminent one in the L. A. area was the Padre Pio Rosary group. Continue reading
SHORT HISTORY OF THE FRANCISCAN ORDER.
Here again, my Catholic friends is what all Sede Vacantist alibi, by alluding that we are in an Interregnum but if you look up the meaning, it means a transition from one Pope to another Pope and the Church would have to be in a conclave session for this to be true. Sede Vacantists admit that we have NO formal jurisdiction Hierarchy. So unless one accepts Paul VI as “The Man of Sin,” and the FIRST in the series of AntiChrists then all Sede Vacantists are SCHISMATIC. Continue reading
Thục moved to Toulon, France, where he was assigned a confessional in the cathedral until about 1981. He at least once con-celebrated the Mass of Paul VI (the new rite of Mass promulgated by Pope Paul VI in 1969) in the vernacular. One author claims Thục served at the Mass of Paul VI as an acolyte several times. Continue reading
Adveniat Regnum Tuum
To: Frs. Williamson, Tissier de Mallcrais, Fellay, de Gallareia.
My Dear Friends, Continue reading