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History Lesson: KGB-run Orthodox “church”

Posting this because of the testimony of the Romanian Secret Service agent.

Just something to keep tucked away for future reference…

The ‘Orthodox’ Masquerade – I

The Church of ‘Patriarch’ Kyrill Unveiled

Lucas Janusckiewicz Coletta – 9/7/18 Given the misinformation found on media and social networks, it seems opportune to me to demystify the masquerade of the so-called Russian Orthodox Church. This fraud was generated in the times of communist dictator Joseph Stalin and continues to be spread by the minions of Vladimir Putin and with the approval of Pope Francis. It is also pertinent to remind the reader of the persecutions suffered by the Catholic Church in Ukraine.

francis lifesaver to schismaticsFrancis extending his hand to the Stalin-reformed and Communism-supported Russian Schismatic Church

In his book The Martyrdom of the Catholic Church in UkraineFr. Paul Vyshkovsky provides details about the persecution launched by the Kremlin regime against the Ukrainian Catholic Church since the Communist Revolution.

Fr. Vyshkovsky reports that his own grandfather was buried alive as punishment for praying the Rosary. (p. 15) When he was a child, the future priest was mocked in his school for going to church: “I was put on my knees before a picture of Lenin; they threatened me, beat me and repeatedly told me: ‘You will never be a priest.’” He continues, “In 1986, at age 11, I was told I was ‘an enemy of my country’ because I went to church to attend the Christmas midnight Mass.” (1) read more

Remnant Calls For $$$ Blockade: How to End the Bergoglian Reign of Error

How to End the Bergoglian Reign of Error

Written by  Michael Matt | Editor, The Remnant – 9/7/18

With each sunrise the Modernist carnage gets ghastlier. There is no need to rehearse the latest round of outrages. Thousands upon thousands of people, many of them children, have been raped, silenced, terrorized, and scarred for life—some of them even to the point of suicide—by priests, bishops, and cardinals entrusted with the care of their souls. The details are too gut-wrenching to read through. Suffice it to say that the demons are licking their chops over the reprobates in Roman collars heading their way. read more

Neumayr: Wuerl Working With Obamaites

George Neumayr has been tailed and harassed for several days in DC while attempting to report on Abp. Wuerl’s travels foreign and in-town travels.  He just posted on Twitter and Facebook that the former top Secret Service agent for Obama reportedly is coordinating security for the Abp.

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George Neumayr @george_neumayr –  6 Sep 2018

Hello, anyone out there? Is anybody in the establishment media, Catholic/secular, going to report that Wuerl is using Obama’s tarnished Secret Secret Service Director Mark Sullivan as HIS SECRET SERVICE? If you don’t think this is newsworthy, you should get out of the business. read more

Louie V. on NeoCon Spin re: the Crisis: Viganò reveals Newchurch’s only unforgivable crime

Several important distinctions lost on NeoKathlyck pundits…

Viganò reveals Newchurch’s only unforgivable crime

 Louie  September 6, 2018  

McCarrick and FrancisIt seems that we are in the midst of an awakening of sorts among some neo-conservatives, as persons once loathe to level public criticism against the Heretic-in-Chief are now beginning to speak of the disaster that is Francis more forcefully than at any time in the past.

The tipping point arrived with the credible allegations made by Archbishop Viganò, who testified that Francis turned a blind eye to the homo-shenanigans of Uncle Ted McCarrick, and even made of him a trusted and influential advisor. read more

POTUS Comment on Church Crisis: ‘Sad’ to watch because I respect Catholic Church ‘so much’

Calvin Freiburger

Trump on abuse crisis: ‘Sad’ to watch because I respect Catholic Church ‘so much’

WASHINGTON, D.C., September 6, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – President Donald Trump called the allegations of widespread hiding of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church a “devastating” tragedy Wednesday, specifically singling out ex-Cardinal Theodore McCarrick.

“It’s so sad to watch,” Trump told the Daily Caller. “The numbers, the length of time, you know, going back 70 years, I think it’s having a really negative impact on the Catholic Church.” read more

Is Don Bergolione Ordering Coccopalmiero to “Whack” Vigano?

Rotate states its sources are confirming sanctions being planned against Abp. Vigano…

De Mattei: Archbishop Viganò – punished for telling the truth?

Roberto de Mattei Corrispondenza Romana September 5, 2018 Risultati immagini per archbishop Vigano images Will Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, who brought to light the existence of corruption in the Vatican, singling out those guilty, beginning with the highest ecclesiastical authorities, be punished for telling the truth? Pope Francis is examining this possibility – if it is true, as several sources confirm –  that he has consulted Cardinal Francesco Coccopalmiero, and some other canon-lawyer, to study the possibility of canonical sanctions to inflict on the Archbishop, commencing with sospensione a divinis. If this news is confirmed it would be of extreme gravity, and somewhat surreal, seeing as the “expert” summoned to sanction Monsignor Viganò would be precisely Cardinal Coccopalmiero, who is being accused by the former-Nuncio of the United States, of being part of the “homosexual lobby” lording over the Vatican. It cannot be forgotten in any case, that the Cardinal’s Secretary, Monsignor Luigi Capozzi, is involved in a case of  homosexual orgy, in which the position of his superior has still to be clarified.

But the underlying problem is another. The Catholic Church, inasmuch as it is a visible community, is endowed with a penal law, which is the law It possesses, to sanction the faithful who have committed violations of the law. It is necessary to distinguish, with regard to this, between sin and crime. Sin concerns a violation of the moral order; a crime concerns the transgression of the Church’s Canon Law, which is of course different from the laws of States. All crimes are sins, but not all sins are crimes.

There are crimes common to civil legislation and that of Canon Law, like the crime of pedophilia, but other offences are such only for Canon Law and not the penal Laws of States. Homosexuality and cohabitation, for example, are not considered crimes for most contemporary States, but remain grave crimes for the clergy that fall into them and as such are sanctioned by Canon Law. A crime, in fact is not every exterior action that violates a law, but only the kind of violation where a sanction is foreseen for non-compliance, according to the principle of  nullum crimen, nulla pena sine lege. read more

McElroy Descends Into the Bunker with Bergoglio

From the (formerly) Roman Catholic Diocese of San Diego website…

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In response to a letter published on Aug. 25 by Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, the former Papal representative to the United States, San Diego Bishop Robert McElroy has released the following statement:

“This is a moment when the bishops of our nation, in union with the Holy Father, should be focused solely on comprehensively revealing the truth about the patterns of the sexual abuse of minors and vulnerable adults by clergy in our Church, so that deep reform can be enacted. read more

Dee plane, Boss! Dee plane! (or, more than you prob’ly ever cared to know about tattoos)

A little something to break up the onslaught of “apocalyptic news” emanating from sunny Nuovo Roma.  Fr. Rutler gives a history lesson on tattooing.

Image result for tattoo's tattoos Hervé Villechaize

The Morality of Tattooing

There was a time, not in the hoary past, when tattoos were an indulgence of louche members of the demi-monde, as observed by Alexandre Dumas. They seem to have become respectable as our culture erases the borderline between the demi-monde and the monde entier. Priests have become somewhat accustomed to pious communicants with arms totally decorated like a Persian tapestry or Michelin roadmap, in what is idiomatically called a “sleeve.” Even facial tattoos are appearing. Some are in the form of written slogans, which one supposes would appear to a narcissist backwards in a mirror. Other designs are more audacious, like a portrait of Anne Frank on the cheek of the “hip-hop” producer Arnold Gutierrez. One used to have to go to state fair sideshows to see tattooed men like those who have become part of the vernacular on Main Street. Roughly over one fifth of all adults in the United States now sport more than one tattoo, up from about 14 percent in 2003, although these figures are, of course, estimates.One practical problem with this fad—if it is just a fad—is that it cannot be corrected in mature years like hairstyles or clothing. If these markings can be removed, it is only by a long and painful process, more so if the depiction is in a less accessible part of the body. But the bigger issue is whether a tattoo befits what is increasingly referred to with unqualified insouciance as “the dignity of the human person.” If it is undignified to execute someone, whatever the crime may be, as some would now propose, is it unworthy to turn the human body into a human billboard? And if the body is a temple of the Holy Spirit (1 Cor. 6:19-20), are such decorations embellishments or defacements? read more