God May Have Done What Man Was too Cowardly to Do

March 13, 2020 – Ferial Day of Lent – From: The TRADITIO Fathers

After Sixty Years of Rampant Heresy Rampant Sacrilege And Rampant Paedophile Crimes The Headquarters of the Newchurch of the New Order Has Been Shut Down St. Peter’s Square (Left) Is Now Abandoned St. Peter’s Basilica (Right) Is Now Deserted The Prophecy of the Angel at the Resurrection Has Come True in the Imposter Newchurch: “He Is Not Here”

Why has the Newchurch of the New Order, its headquarters in Newvatican, and its Newpope all been hit so hard with the hyped Chinese Coronavirus scare? Like the heretical cowards they are, they rushed to shut down their sanctuaries and their Unsacraments — until Palm Sunday at least — so as to abandon the afflicted in a stunningly unCatholic move. Not even in the Black Plague that killed over a third of Europe in the fourteenth century did the real Catholic Church do such a thing.

After sixty years of rampant heresy, rampant sacrilege, and rampant paedophile crimes in the Newchurch of the New Order, founded in 1964 at the Vatican II Anti-council, one is tempted to conclude that perhaps the Lord was so offended that he has taken the vengeance that is His (Deuteronomy 32:35).

Thus St. Peter’s Basilica, the principal daily locus for the idolatry, sacrilege, and blasphemy of the “New Mess” is now deserted, empty as a tomb. St. Peter’s Square is now abandoned, its chairs bereft of bodies. The prophecy of the Angel at the Resurrection has come true in the phony Newchurch: “He is not here” (Matthew 28:6/DRV). Francis-Bergoglio’s pathetic little daily Messes in the Casa Santae Marthae are closed to the public. [Some information for this Commentary was contributed by the Zenit News Service.]

True Catholics, it is even rumored that Francis-Bergoglio will use the excuse of the Chinese Coronavirus to cancel Easter. The Marxist/Modernist Newpope would probably like to do nothing more than shut down the principal feast of the Catholic Church, without which, says St. Paul, our faith is vain (1 Corinthians 15:14/DRV).