Helpful Quotes Against the Revolutionaries

“The true friends of the people are neither revolutionaries nor innovators, but men of tradition.”
–Pope St. Pius X

“The Holy Spirit was not promised to the successors of Peter that they might disclose new doctrine, but that they might guard revelation and the deposit of faith.”
–Vatican I (1870), Denzinger 1836

“One must resist the pope who openly destroys the Church.”
–St. Cajetan

“Even if Catholics faithful to Tradition are reduced to a handful, they are the ones who are the true Church of Jesus Christ.”
–St. Athanasius

“I do not care if I have against me all the Bishops; I have with me the Saints and all the doctors of the Church.”
–St. Thomas More

“To announce to Catholic Christians a doctrine other than that which they have received from the apostles and their immediate successors was never permitted, is nowhere permitted and never will be permitted.”
–St. Vincent of Lerins

“Should anyone presume to tamper with this [Mass], let him know that he shall incur the wrath of God Almighty and His holy Apostles Peter and Paul.”
–Pope St. Pius V, 1570

Lastly, an arch-heresiarch waxes prophetically:

“When the Mass has been overthrown, we shall have overthrown the Papacy. It is in the Mass, as on a rock, that the Papacy wholly rests.”
–Martin Luther

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One comment on “Helpful Quotes Against the Revolutionaries

  1. A few more:

    “If you would be quite sure of your salvation, strive to be among the fewest of the few. Do not follow the majority of mankind, but follow those who renounce the world and never relax their efforts day or night so that they may attain everlasting blessedness.” – St. Anselm, Doctor of the Church

    “Take note of those who hold heterodox opinions on the grace of Jesus Christ which has come to us, and see how contrary their opinions are to the mind of God. . . . They abstain from the Eucharist and from prayer because they do not confess that the Eucharist is the flesh of our Savior Jesus Christ, flesh which suffered for our sins and which that Father, in his goodness, raised up again. They who deny the gift of God are perishing in their disputes.” — Ignatius of Antioch – Letter to the Smyrnaeans 6:2–7:1

    “We must, roughly and frankly, say evil of evil, and blame things that are blame-able. No doubt, we must take care, while condemning vice, to spare as much as we can the person in whom it is found. I make exception especially of the declared enemies of God and of His Church, for, as to them, we must discredit them as much as ever we can. It is only charity to call out “Wolf!” when the wolf is among the sheep.” – St. Francis de Sales

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