“Pope Francis invites the
to QUESTION ITSELF
The Equivocal “vision” of Vatican II unfolds
with this final dissolution of the apocryphal “Post-Conciliar-catholic-church”
OF HIS HOLINESS POPE FRANCIS
FOR THE OPENING OF THE SYNOD”
“Father Congar, of blessed memory,
once said: “There is no need to create another Church, but to
create a different Church” That is the challenge. For
a “different Church”
O.P. is “of blessed memory”
only to Bergoglio and his fellow liberal and anti-Catholic clerics
of the 60’s for whom unbridled ecumenism —
nothing less than a
replete with competing, contradictory,
and logically conflicting gods and doctrines — was the ultimate
schema, design, and objective: the synthesis of all religions
through a fraudulent and logically irreconcilable conflation
of deities. The resulting
bears no resemblance to the Catholic conception of God articulated
through Sacred Scripture, Sacred Tradition, the Church Fathers,
and 2000 years of Church Dogma and Teaching. To be fair, we must
say that it would bear no resemblance to any other religion
that understands itself and its own identity as both unique and
discrete from every “other religion”.
In other words, this attempt to
fuse, or commingle the deities of several thousand religions
worldwide such that to worship one particular deity, or god, is
understood as equally and simultaneously worshiping every other
god is unprecedented. It clearly is not compatible with monotheistic
religions which worship one deity only, to the exclusion
of every other deity, such as Christianity, Judaism, and Islam
— each of which (until Francis) repudiates the other two.
In easily understandable terms, for
a Muslim to claim that in prayer he is also worshiping
Jesus Christ at the same time — will literally cost him his head.
Doing so in Islam is considered
apostasy, the sin of idolatry and polytheism for which his life
101: True or False — but not both
It does not take an educated Catholic,
or even a well-educated Catholic, let alone the Catholic
intellectual, to understand the logical breach that such a pan-ecumenical
endeavor entails. It simply stands to reason: two (or many
more) mutually exclusive and absolutely antagonistic religions
cannot be reconciled in a rational world, that is to say,
in a world inseparable from the most basic logical canons: there
are are only two possible truth-values a statement can have:
“It is True or It is False” — and every statement is
either true or false — but not both.
Let us state this even more simply:
one cannot both be and not be a Catholic (or Muslim,
or Jew, or Hindu, etc.). The most basic tenets and concepts of each
religion — by which it is defined — are exclusive of other
religions — whether we, or Jorge, like it or not.
Let us be absolutely clear about
this: Ecumenism is not a coherent concept in either Islam
or Judaism — it is a novel and spurious concept unique to the
“Post-Conciliar catholicism” that emerged from — and was anathema
prior to — that counter-Catholic Council called Vatican II.
What Congar eagerly sought— and what
Bergoglio ruthlessly implemented — as we see above, was a “different
church” other than
Roman Catholic Church of 2000 years — while retaining the name as
a misnomer necessary to fostering its illegitimate credibility.
Francis may yet get it — but at the
cost of schism.
His (and his predecessors’) counterfeit
“Post-Conciliar-catholic-church” has long since ceased to
resemble the authentic Roman Catholic Church prior to Vatican II.
When the charade utterly fails — and it would appear imminent —
and the pews empty (together with heterosexual seminaries), the
“Post-Conciliar-catholic-church” will be unsustainable: it will
be bereft of the eagerly sought contributions of the Faithful with
which it is swollen, and which it has much abused on projects having
nothing to do with either God or the Faith, and most especially
with the propagation of the Faith.
Awoken from the illusion of a spurious
continuity with the 2000 year old Church of their forefathers —
now preempted and dispossessed — the truly Faithful will recognize
that Catholicism and Paganism — that Christ and Pachamama — are
absolutely distinct and irreconcilable, and totally inimical
to each other — that they must choose Christ and His One, True,
Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church, of which HE alone is
the Head and we the members, to the exclusion of all else (and every
imposter), especially the World and its “friendship”1
for which Bergoglio and the Modernist Episcopacy lusts ...
... together with the increasingly
distinct possibility of Schism.
Christ admonishes us that
“No man can serve two masters.” (Saint
Matthew 6.24) — neither can we worship Christ and Pachama (and
every other false god), nor God and the World — as the “Post-Conciliar
church of Accompaniment” (or the “Church of the New Advent”
— you choose) would deceive us to believe otherwise.
Understanding this clearly, the prospect
of Schism increasingly appears likely. Indeed, Saint Paul warns
“Bear not the yoke
with unbelievers. For what participation
hath justice with injustice? Or what fellowship
hath light with darkness? And what concord
hath Christ with Belial? Or what part hath
the faithful with the unbeliever?”
(2 Corinthians 6.14-15)
soon approaches when sides must be chosen — and at great cost.
What made you think for a moment that a Kingdom could be had
Geoffrey K. Mondello
Boston Catholic Journal
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all that is in the world, is the concupiscence of the flesh, and
the concupiscence of the eyes, and the pride of life, which is not
of the Father, but is of the world. And the world passes away, and
the concupiscence thereof: but he that does the will of God, abides
for ever.” (1 Saint John 2.16-17)