Reality, Truth and Dogma

FSHG June 11, 2000 + 2017
End of the Easter Season Vigil of Pentecost

When defining these three words in reference to Church teaching we will find that they are inseparable. It is analogous to our concept of the inseparable of the Three Persons of the Blessed Trinity.
Patrick H. Omlor, in his article, “When Is Truth a Dogma?” lays down the definition of Dogma as follows:
“By dogma in the strict sense is understood a truth immediately (formally) revealed by God which has been proposed by the Teaching Authority of the Church to be believed as such” Ludwig Ott, Fundamentals of Catholic Dogma, p. 4.
“What the Church, therefore, teaches as divinely revealed by God and must be believed on the divine authority. These truths, revealed by God—i.e., contained in Tradition or in Scripture, or in both, and taught by the Church either in her solemn definitions or in her ordinary teaching—are called by the technical name of dogmas.” Canon George D. Smith The Teaching of the Catholic Church, p. 31.
“Further, by divine and Catholic faith, all things must be believed which are contained in the written word of God and in Tradition, and those which are proposed by the Church, either in a solemn pronouncement or in her ordinary and universal teaching power (Magisterium), to be believed as divinely revealed.” Decree of the Vatican Council, Chap. 3 (Denziger #1792).
“…[I]t is to be observed that to be a dogma a revealed truth need not be solemnly defined by the Church.” Smith, op. cit., p. 33.

From the above, as Patrick H. Omlor continues, there are two conditions for a truth to be a dogma (or Church teaching): First, it must be found in Divine Revelation; second, it is presented to the faithful by the Church through her ordinary or extraordinary teaching authority as something that must be believed.

DIVINE REVELATION: “It (the Council of Trent) also clearly perceives that these truths and rules are contained in the written books and in the unwritten traditions, which, received by the Apostles from the mouth of Christ Himself, or from the Apostles themselves, the Holy Ghost dictating, have come down to us, transmitted as it were from hand to hand…it receives and venerates with a feeling of piety and reverence all the books both of the Old and New Testaments…also the traditions, whether they relate to faith or morals, as having been dictated either orally by Christ or by the Holy Ghost, and preserved in the Catholic Church in unbroken succession.” Council of Trent, Session 4, Decree Concerning the Canonical Scriptures, transl. By Rev. H. J. Schroeder, O.P., Canons and Decrees of the Council of Trent, p. 17.

The Church teaches us that before the Second Coming of Christ we will be confronted by a Great Apostasy or Schism, which will be led by a series of Antichrists and false prophets (2 Thess. 2; Matt. 24:11-22).

Traditional Catholics have been in existence now for over Forty Seven years as a result of the modernistic decrees of the Vatican II Council. Consequently, we have lost the normal means to elect a true Pope.

Pope Paul IV, Cum ex Apostolatus (February 1559): We declare…even a sovereign pope…invalid and null. [Canon 188]

Canon 2314
“All apostates from the Christian faith, and all heretics and schismatics: (1) are ipso facto excommunicated.

Dilemma: Who is to interpret the prophecies of our times? Who represents the Magisterium today or tomorrow? Not the Conciliar Church, that is certain.

The Church gives us the Prophecies of the great apostasy and the end times.

The evidence is overwhelming that we are in the great apostasy and John Paul II is one of the many antichrists of the end times.

These Prophecies on antichrist fits John Paul perfectly:

He will be admired by the world (Apoc. 13). Proclaimed by the world as the man of the millenium.
He will sit in the temple of God and give himself out to be above all the Gods (2 Thess. 2; Daniel 11:31; Apoc. 13)
He has two horns like those of a lamb and speaks as a dragon. The two horns are two names of previous popes. He speaks for Christ but preaches heresy. (Apoc. 13:11; Luke 1:69)
He will have a deadly wound inflicted upon him and lives (Apoc. 13). He was shot on the 13th of May. He admits himself that this is in the Fatima Message: Bishop in white is shot but lives.
He is accepted by the Jews (John 5:43; first pope to enter a synagogue-April 13, 1986).
Fulfilling these prophecies of antichrist by his interfaith gatherings, especially at Assisi, Mount Sinai, and his goal to reestablish the City of Jerusalem as the Religious Center of the World.

My dear friends, there is no other person yesterday, today, or tomorrow, who fits these prophecies more perfectly than John Paul II. If I were to present this evidence in a court of law with an unbiased jury I WOULD BE VINDICATED!

When Archbishop Thuc and Archbishop Lebfevre consecrated bishops without the false popes’ permission, this was our formal declaration that Rome has lost the faith as a result of Paul VI and became the Seat of Antichrist.

And may God have mercy on anyone who denies this reality, truth and dogma.

May the blessings of Almighty God, Father, Son, and Holy Ghost come down upon you and remain with you until he returns on that last Pentecost Sunday.

Grace be with you through Mary our Hope, In Christ, Joseph