A Reader Asks: “When Exactly Did the Newchurch of the New Order Replace the Catholic Church as the “Institutional” Church?”
With a stroke of the pen, the heretical Newpope Paul VI-Montini abolished the Catholic Church as the “institutional” Church on November 21, 1964 and substituted the protestanized newchurch of the new order when he promulgated the Vatican II Anti-council’s heretical document Lumen Gentium. That Document taught that the Catholic Church was not the only True Church a heresy that had been condemned explicitly by many previous popes, but that the Catholic Church was just one of many churches, in which the truth “Subsisted,” including the Sects of the Protestant heretics, the Jewish and Mohammedan infidels and Even the Atheist Buddhist Pagans.
Dear TRADITIO Fathers:
When exactly did the Newchurch of the New Order begin and replace the true Catholic Church as the “institutional” Church? I argue that the critical date was November 19, 1969. It was on this day that “Unblessed” Newpope Paul VI-Montini ignored the Sacred Tradition of the Catholic Church, as ably summarized by the Cardinals and Fathers in the document entitled Short Critical Study of the New Order of Mass [Sic],generally known as the “Ottaviani Intervention,” and attempted to substitute for the true Mass an invalid Protestantized fraud known as the “New Mess.” It was then that Archbishop Lefebvre rejected the power of any Newpope to bind heresy and formed the original, traditional Society of St. Pius X (which was restructured into an anti-traditional Neo-SSPX organization by Bernie Fellay in 1994).
The TRADITIO Fathers Reply.
Although November 19, 1969, is a critical date, we would place the date earlier: November 21, 1964. This is the date on which the Constitution of the Catholic Church was illegally and invalidly changed to make the Newchurch of the New Order (which is not Catholic) the “institutional” Church, through Paul VI-Montini’s promulgation of the Vatican II Anti-council’s document, Luman Gentium. That document, heavily influenced by the lifelong Modernist Josef Ratzinger (who later assumed the name Benedict), taught that the Catholic Church was not the only Church teaching the true Faith (the Oecumenist Heresy, which had been condemned explicitly by many previous popes), but that the Catholic Church was just one of many churches in which the truth “subsisted,” including the sects of the Protestant heretics, the Jewish and Mohammedan infidels, and even the atheist Buddhist pagans.