Tag Archives: Vatican II

for the [death] of the world

+ J.M.J. Solemnity of Corpus Christi  Discern… the Body of the Lord: I Am the Living Bread Which came down from heaven. If any man eat of this Bread, he shall live for ever; and the Bread that I will … Continue reading

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Bastard priesthood

+ J.M.J. “Priests will be FAR from their ideal” – Our Lady of Good Success @ Quito, Ecuador in the 17th c. prophesying about the “tampered”* priesthood – the new ecumenical ‘Modernist’ ‘priesthood’ since 1969 – to eclipse, as it … Continue reading

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St. Joseph in this our end-times

+ J.M.J. Solemn Feast of St. Joseph Spouse of the Blessed Virgin and Confessor   Of Old, Joseph was constituted by God as prince to oversee the salvation of the Hebrew people from a long period of famine – but … Continue reading

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“Not in common communion” – St. Augustine

+ J.M.T. The kingdom of heaven is likened to a man that sowed good seed in his field…. (Mt. XIII.24-30) … But while men are asleep, his enemy came and oversowed cockle among the wheat… (v.26), that is, “when the … Continue reading

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Arch-heretic Luther honored in Rome

+ J.M.J. Feast of “La Madre” Teresa de Jesus – the Great Reformer of the Carmelite Order “I would stand up alone against all Lutherans [with these ‘official’ hierarchs of Vatican II ‘ecumenical’ “disorientation”] in order to make them understand their … Continue reading

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+ J.M.J. 99th Anniversary of the Apocalyptic apparition of “the Great Sign in heaven” (XII.1) – Our Lady of Fatima. God confounds the diabolical secret sect of Freemasonry; the Immaculata showed Herself lastly as the Blessed Virgin of Carmel – … Continue reading

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“Diabolical disorientation” : Vatican II religious harlotry (‘ecumenism’)

+ J.M.J. Feast of St. Francis of Assisi  Our Lord revealed to this ‘seraphic’ Saint of Assisi that He would restore the Church on him – why the Church, in the lessons of her Divine Office today, inculcates with this … Continue reading

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‘Born again’ Catholic

+ J.M.J. Feast of St. Therese of the Child Jesus “Unless you be converted and become as little children, you shall not enter into the kingdom of heaven” (from today’s Holy Gospel). That is, “not in sense,” explains St. Paul … Continue reading

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God’s Messengers

+ J.M.J Feast of the Guardian Angels Contrary to the current ‘devotion’ Neo-Catholicism has fostered since Vatican II, God did not assign to each soul a celestial patron and protector for a temporal life Oh so secure that should keep … Continue reading

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The Queen of Heaven “set in battle array”

+ J.M.J. Solemn Commemoration of the Feast of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Mount Carmel A Great Sign appeared in heaven, a Woman clothed with the sun, and the moon under Her feet, and on Her head a crown of … Continue reading

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