“A little while…”


Third Sunday after Easter

Christ the KingOur Lord’s absence in our sanctuaries (cf., our post “The Catholic Sanctuary – II“) – expelled as He was by His own to make way for a new ‘Christ’ of the ecumenical fraternal ‘luv’ who knows no language of a most just wrath (cf., our post the “New ‘Catholic'” theologism: The Ultimate Delusion of Vatican II“) – will not drag on and on. This Abomination of Desolation will soon be over with the Immaculata making a most perfect clean-up for the grand royal return of the King of kings and Lord of lords (Apoc. 19.16) Whom the ‘Pontifex’ himself uncrowned by his renunciation and refusal of the Papal tiara! I will see you again, and your heart shall rejoice… (from today’s Holy Gospel, Jn. 16.16-22)

About Ignis Dei

The Teresian Order of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel - the (traditional) Discalced Carmelites of Catholic Resistance who adhere to the true God Whom generations of holy Catholics throughout the ages past have known, loved, served, and worshipped only in the Tridentine Latin Mass - "the NORM [of the Roman Rite] IN PERPETUITY" (Pope St. Pius V, "Quo Primum") and upon which is built the Traditional Catholic Order constituted by God and ruled by the Sovereign Roman Pontiff "for obedience to the Faith" (Rom. 1.5). On our position, see our blogposts "Our 'Great Reversal'" and "The Ultimate Delusion of Vatican II 'Catholicism'." Home of the original online "Catholic Resistance."
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