No Justice: FrankenPope Kills A Flourishing Fraternity – 4/13/18
Pope Francis has definitively decided to dissolve the Fraternity of the Holy Apostles in Brussels, Belgium, a flourishing new rite group consisting of priests and seminarians, but hated by the anti-Catholic Brussels Cardinal Jozef De Kesel.

De Kesel replaced in November 2015 the courages and Catholic Archbishop André Léonard who had recognized the group, founded by Father Michel-Marie Zanotti- Sorkine, in 2013.

It consisted of six priests and 23 seminarians while for years there was not a single newcomer in the French speaking seminaries in Belgium.

The parish run by the group in Brussels quickly became a center for renewal. But in a time of mass-immigration, De Kesel claimed that the group needed to be dissolved because “too many” of them were French while in the national seminary in Namur out of 80 seminarians only 25 are from Belgium.

On April 12 Marco Tosatti, writing on, broke the news that an appeal in front of the Apostolic Signature by laypeople against the killing of the community has been stopped by Pope Francis because the judges were in favour to accept it.

Tosatti calls this an “ugly story” that certainly does not cast a good light on Pope Francis.

The biggest religious group in Brussels is Islam.

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