Tuesday, March 21, 2017
WILL YOU TAKE YOUR CHILDREN TO WATCH THIS?
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Sunday, March 19, 2017
(Voto Católico). Last Monday was the fourth year anniversary of the election of Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio as Pope, and on this date Cardinal Angelo Comastri, archpriest of the Basilica of St. Peter, gave permission to the Anglican Protestant community of Rome to celebrate their vespers in the Basilica (See: http://www.catholicityblog.com/2017/03/the-vatican-has-been-desecrated-with.html).
As an act of reparation, a group of young people from the Associazone Madonna di Fatima made a procession with the image of Our Lady of Fatima in St. Peter's Square. Although on the way to the square, the demonstrators were carrying banners with messages like "outside the Church there is no salvation", and handing out leaflets in which it was remembered that the Doctrine of the Church condemns the participation in the cult of the heretics, everyone left the things they were carrying before entering the Vatican. Nevertheless, while they were walking into St. Peter’s Square, they were approached by the police, and they were asked to leave the place.
At the Anglican Vespers was present Bishop Arthur Roche, recently appointed by Pope Francis as head of a commission to review the document of John Paul II, Liturgiam Authenticam, on the translations of the liturgical texts. His presence generated suspicions among the Vaticanists, since it is rumored that the real purpose of this commission, is in fact a new reform of the mass to be able to “concelebrate” it with Protestant ministers, and to achieve the "intercommunion" that has been hinted at in several speeches of Pope Francis.
Thursday, March 16, 2017
PREPARING A FUTURE SYNCRETISTIC AND COMMON LITURGY?
Just as CATOLICIDAD announced it on February 10 (2017), the desecration of the Basilica of St. Peter in the Vatican was carried out with the Anglican liturgy. Here are some pictures of the event, including the poster announcing this act – not sufficiently advertised - that has been perpetrated according to the 17th Century Book of Common Prayer of the Church of England. Although there had already been acts of false ecumenism in Anglican temples (see links below), something like this had never been done in the most representative temple of catholicity.
|[Secretum Meum Mihi] Archbishop Arthur Roche, secretary of the Congregation for Divine Worship and Discipline of the Sacraments, and now head of a commission created by Francis with the aim of "relaxing the rules of translation of liturgical texts", but which in reality would have the mission of "reforming the Mass in such a way that it can be celebrated with Christians of other confessions", preaches about St. Gregory in the first Anglican Vespers celebrated on March, 13, 2017 in the Basilica of St. Peter in the Vatican (Image provided by Sally Axworthy via Twitter).|
A GROUP OF FAITHFUL CARRY OUT AN ACT OF REPARATION IN SAINT PETER’S SQUARE AT THE SAME TIME OF THE DESECRATION
As Catholicvs website points out: It is worth remembering the condemnation of the Catholic Church of false ecumenism, of Communicatio in sacris and of Anglicans, who don’t have the apostolic succession. In this regard, there have been numerous documents of the Magisterium, of which I have listed a number - in total there are almost 50 magisterial documents - since the Pontificate of Blessed Pius IX:
Blessed Pius IX: Letter to the English Bishops on the Unity of Christians (1864)
Blessed Pius IX: Instruction to the Anglican tractarians (puseyites) on the true religious unity (1865)
Blessed Pius IX: Apostolic Letter Iam Vos Omnes (1868)
Pope Leo XIII: Encyclical Satis Cognitum (1896)
Pope Leo XIII: Bula Apostolicae curae (1896)
Pope Pius XI: Encyclical Mortalium animos (1928)
Venerable Pius XII: Monitum Cum Compertum of the Holy Office (1948)
Venerable Pius XII: Instruction De motione oecumenica (1949)
Sources: Catholicvs, Secretum Meum Mihi y otras. Usuarios de Twitter @ctrlamb / @robmerchant / @AnglicanCentre / @UKinHolySee
Tuesday, March 14, 2017
Let’s contemplate that scene whose sovereign beauty shocked the angels, in the Last Supper.
Jesus has just instituted the divine Eucharist... A shadow of infinite sadness... almost agony, clouds his adorable face...: he sees Judas there; the ingrate already has in his power the sum he has received to betray his Lord.
It would seem that John, the favorite, has guessed everything, reading this story of perfidy in the eyes of his Divine Friend... And as one who offers to pay, to repair that infamy, see how he approaches, how he embraces Jesus... And more; with a spontaneous and simple confidence he lovingly rested his head upon the Heart of Jesus...
Oh, and Jesus, pleased and comforted, rewarded that intimacy by reclining his adorable Heart in that of John, his apostle... and his friend!... In that moment of glory, He entrusted it to him, he certainly gave it completely to him... And since then, Jesus and John were united with an eternal bond... beyond life and beyond death!... Jesus is agonizing on Calvary!... At his feet, near John... closer still to the Immaculate Queen, Is... Magdalene!... On one side, the innocence preserved, and on the other, the recovered innocence!... And both, John and Magdalene, and by witness the Immaculate Queen, also received, in supreme testament, the Heart of Jesus!
Taken from THE HOLY HOUR, by Fr. Matthew Crawley-Boevey (1875- 1960).
Sunday, March 12, 2017
"The doctrine of Faith that God has revealed, was not proposed to the minds of men as a philosophical discovery to be perfected, but as the divine deposit, entrusted to the Spouse of Christ that she might faithfully keep it and infallibly define it. Consequently, the meaning of the sacred dogmas which must always be preserved, is that which our Holy Mother the Church has determined. Never is it permissible to depart from this in the name of a deeper understanding" (First Vatican Council. Dogmatic Constitution Dei Filius, Dz.1800).
Friday, March 10, 2017
Taken from THE HOLY HOUR
Written by Fr. Matthew Crawley-Boevey
(1875 – 1960)
"Behold the Heart that has loved men so much... Contemplate It, my children, satiated with opprobrium, in this Host in which It beats, among fires of charity, for you... only for you! And being unable to bear any longer the ardor that consumes It, It has wished to surrender to the very world which has It pierced with the dart of ingratitude... This is the supreme and last resort of my redemption...
Here you have my Heart: I give it to you, I entrust it to you unreservedly, in exchange for yours, sinner and ungrateful... Oh, I am thirsty, I have an immense thirst to be loved, in this Sacrament of the Altar, in which I have been King of Silence, the Monarch of oblivion... But the time has come for my triumphs... I have come to regain Earth... Yes, I will subjugate it, despite Hell, and I will save it by the omnipotence of my Heart. Accept It, I beg you... give me your hands and your soul to receive this supreme gift of my redemptive mercy... I am come to cast fire on the earth, fire of life, of boundless love, fire of holiness, fire of sacrifice, and what will I, but that it be kindled?
Put your eyes on my wounded chest... there you have the Heart that has loved you to the lows of Bethlehem... and more; To the humiliations and darkness of Nazareth... much more so; even to the agonies of Calvary... This is the same Heart that stopped beating on Golgotha, yes, the same, that continues to love in the unquenchable bonfire of the altar... of the Holy Eucharist."
And you refuse to love Me!”
Wednesday, March 8, 2017
Despite efforts made by the government of Kuczynski that tried to boycott the massive event.
|Arrival of the people|
The event was attended by more than 24 regions of Peru along with the central event in the country's capital, whose attendance exceeded 1.5 million people.
(ACI / InfoCatólica) The march carried out yesterday in Peru has been a complete success. With the slogan #ConMisHijosNoTeMetas, (Don’t Mess with my Kids) has opposed to a section of the Ministry of Education, that wished to promote a National Curriculum for minors that included criteria related to gender ideology.
The event was attended by more than 24 regions of Peru along with the central event in the country's capital, whose attendance exceeded 1.5 million people, where the protesters with various banners and slogans critical of gender ideology covered the main districts of the Peruvian capital.
The march in Lima was attended by the Colombian deputy Ángela Hernández, who headed in Colombia, in 2016, a series of demonstrations against the indoctrination of children in gender ideology. The massive protests led to the resignation of the then Minister of Education of that country, Gina Parody. The Colombian MP urged Peru's President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski to listen to "the democratic will of the people and remove all the indoctrination related to gender ideology of the school curriculum" and "respect the right of parents to educate their children".
Among those present were congressmen Julio Rosas, Carlos Tubino, Nelly Cuadros, Juan Carlos Gonzáles, Marco Miyashiro, Roberto Vieira, Federico Pariona and Edwin Donayre.
The episcopal vicar of the Family and Life Commission of the Archdiocese of Lima (Peru), Fr. Luis Gaspar, stressed that "education, as the first right of parents to their children, is not negotiable."
"We are in a moral war, in a spiritual war and the battlefield is the mind of the children, and we will defend it until the end of our days."
Fr. Gaspar also invited the demonstrators to participate in the March for Life, to be held in Lima on March 25.
The archbishop of Arequipa has also expressed itself strongly against the imposition of gender ideology in schools.
The demonstrators also criticized the media, who often ignore or minimize the magnitude of the marches in defense of life and the family.