The “Alta Vendita” (the 19th century Masonic blueprint to subvert the Catholic Church) concerning the Catechism of the Catholic Church – surmised by a non-member of the Conspiracy

[The “Alta Vendita” (the 19th century Masonic blueprint to subvert the Catholic Church) concerning the Catechism of the Catholic Church – surmised by a non-member of the Conspiracy]

30 January 2018

I have updated my piece from early today on the ‘Revision’ of the Catechism. I do hope readers took the trouble to penetrate my frothy beginning, and got the point of my very considerable anxiety
If I were one of the plotters, my plan of action would be to:

(1) get the section in the CCC on Capital Punishment changed. Not many people would bother very much about this, because Capital Punishment is already abolished in most countries, where it is regarded as a self-evident barbarism. But a change in this part of the text would serve to establish firmly the principle that doctrine in the Catechism can be changed (the change made here by S John Paul II affected prudential, not doctrinal, considerations).

(2) get Communion for ‘remarried divorcees’ into the text. The ground for that has already been prepared by those tedious and corrupted ‘synods’ and by Amoris Laetitia and the papal back-up given to one interpretation of that lamentable document.

(3) make a combined onslaught upon Humanae vitae and the teaching of the Church on homosexuality. The link between those two parts of the Magisterium is, of course, that they both uphold a radical link between sexuality and procreation.

As I have said before, what I find most inexplicable about the current attacks upon the Church’s immemorially ancient teaching on sex is the implication that sexual temptation and sexual sins are part of a new situation facing the Church, calling therefore for new thinking.

As if the previous millennia had known nothing at all about sexual temptation … as if (according to the old English joke) sexual intercourse really was invented in the 1960s by the Beatles.

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One comment on “The “Alta Vendita” (the 19th century Masonic blueprint to subvert the Catholic Church) concerning the Catechism of the Catholic Church – surmised by a non-member of the Conspiracy

  1. Good point. I would even venture to guess that knock-out, drop-dead gorgeous women of old appeared to be even MORE beautiful than what is passed off as desirable this our present era of global aesthetic imbecility.
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    That is certainly not to say that highly attractive ladies are somehow less naturally beautiful than were, say, Eve or Judith or St. Catherine of Vadstena, Sweden. But rather to say that in days of old, grotesque things of the flesh, the commonplace perceptions of “attractiveness” today, were simply unseen and known to be mortally sinful by their very appearance. In short, even peasants usually knew they had to face judgment and many feared the occasions of sin with an instinctual horror not seen outside the walls of a cloister, ever since the introduction of the cinema (and the death of catechesis).
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    Modesty is still the single most elegant and appealing quality of today’s loveliest members of the fairer sex, even if glimpsed only beneath a veil at Latin Masses.

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