Wednesday, May 6, 2020

Bugnini Really Was a Mason

Edit: well, Paul VI knew he was a Freemason. Can we retire the New Mass now?

BOMBSHELL: New historical evidence emerges in support of Bugnini’s association with Freemasonry — Names are named

The latest edition of the magazine of the Latin Mass Society of England & Wales, Mass of Ages, contains a review by Kevin Symonds of Taylor Marshall’s book Infiltration: The Plot to Destroy the Church from Within. (The review as published may be viewed in a PDF of the magazine, starting at page 40, as well as on the author’s personal website; it has been reproduced in full here.) 

Pursuing hints in the book, Symonds goes much beyond the conclusions of Marshall regarding Bugnini, having uncovered new material on Bugnini that decisively moves the question of his association with Freemasonry from the realm of shadowy speculation, where it remained even as recently as the scholarly biography by Yves Chiron, to the level of a highly likely hypothesis. Instead of “unnamed sources,” where the matter was left by Michael Davies, we finally have named sources, with a plausible paper trail.


New Evidence on the Freemasonic Membership of Annibale Bugnini

Kevin Symonds

In this book, Taylor Marshall firmly maintains that the Catholic Church has been literally infiltrated by her enemies, thereby experiencing a massive campaign of disruption and distortion. A particular area in which Marshall advances this thesis pertains to the influence of the Vincentian priest, and later Archbishop, Annibale Bugnini (1912-1982) in the liturgical reforms of the mid-twentieth century. This review focuses on Marshall’s presentation of Bugnini’s influence upon these reforms and in particular of Marshall’s claim that Bugnini was involved with Freemasonry. It will be argued that, despite his eagerness to find evidence of ‘infiltration’ and his animus against Bugnini, Marshall actually misses some important evidence in favor of Bugnini’s membership of the Italian Freemasons.

Annibale Bugnini: Freemason Infiltrator with the Roman Liturgy?


AMDG

24 comments:

William Emory said...

The reader should take careful note of the final paragraph in the Rorate report. It offers a sensible caveat:

"Readers should take seriously the warning by Bishop Athanasius Schneider of Kazakhstan against taking too seriously the information in Infiltration. In his foreword to Infiltration, Schneider notes that, owing to a “lack of sufficient resource materials,” “some issues considered in this book…must remain as hypotheses” (x). Schneider’s warning is important to heed as many of the stories described by Marshall require much care, for what is taken as truth today could be disproved by historical documentation tomorrow."

AMalek said...

Sorry, don’t trust Archbishop Schneider. He continues to defend and carry water for Vat. 2 heresies and this Pope. He pretends to be traditional on certain issues but by all appearances is controlled opposition.

John said...

Marshall is gay

Anonymous said...

And John is an asshole.

Constantine said...

No Freemason or enemy of the Church can do any harm, unless good Catholics start collaborating with them, and try to see them in a better light. This happened because Catholics collaborated with the victorious Allies during and after the War and established the post War World Order. The Catholics who collaborated with Communists, Masons and Secularists can find things in common in preventing another war, in fighting injustice they can agree upon and make use of the working relationships and bonds and Good Will to build upon that and ever improve a lasting friendship and peace. This was the error. We Catholics gullibly gave the enemies the rope to hang us.

Unknown said...

Not we Catholics. But modernists, progresists, the Enemies of the Holy mother Church and the Catholics.
Ivan

Unknown said...

And yes. Montini knew, as he knew that his great friend Allinski a freemason was. Nobody can tell me that he was just kind of naive person...
And yes. Novissimus ordo should and must be entirely abrogated. Once for ever.
Ivan

Amateur Brain Surgeon said...

The Fathers of Vatican Two arrived for the council already emotionally and spiritually exhausted from the strictures of the Roman Rite. In truth they admired the liberals/protestants who could do what they wanted according to their own putative knowledge.

The fathers of vatican two wanted to be liberated and so they voted to be liberated from Jesus Christ and self themselves as slaves to the world. (and Satan)

In an era of revolution they felt the world was passing them by and they were anxious to join it and walk hand in hand into that blissful future where all anxiety is quelled and all passions are sated and where the world is forever at peace.

How many of the fathers of Vatican Two possessed the Faith once delivered?

Damn few, damn few

Constantine said...

@"Unknown" The AntiChrist will be deceive ,"even the Elect". So, yes we Catholics, including poor Pius XII and John XXXIII

James Joseph said...

There is two men I never hear Catholics discuss much. These are a pair on converts turned priests from England. Both men are Montgomery. Now Montgomery is a Jewish family intrinsic to the Glorious Revolution. Follow them and you might find something. Masonry is small potatoes and will lead to a dead end unless one realizes it ultimately Jewish.

Amos said...

Can't retire the New Mass as it was implemented and approved by a "saint." Many Catholics have too much spiritual trust and emotional attachment to canonized people. It's going to take a campaign against the new canonizations in order to remove that attachment so all we can proceed to repair all the damage caused by people like Paul VI and JPII.

Anonymous said...

The V2 church is masonic. This is news?

Anonymous said...

https://remnantnewspaper.com/web/index.php/articles/item/4881-worse-than-death-a-pandemic-warning-from-cardinals-sarah-mueller-zen-abp-vigano

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Tancred said...

They don't call it Judeo-Freemasonry for nothing.

Anonymous said...

The news that Bugnini was a Freemason was already know in the Vatican and presented to the ailing Pius XII in the late 1950's, who sacked him. Liberals in the preparatory commissions fot the liturgy before Vatican II opened had him brough back by John XXIII. Conservative Cardinals knew about Bugnini being a mason, and reported it to the dying John XXIII during the preparatory sessions and beginnings of Vatican II. John XXIII sacked him again. The radicals found a willing Paul VI to accept Bugnini into the Curia again, only to sack him once and for all again in 1970 and exile him to Iran.
Either three Popes were naïve and stupid, which is hard to believe, or the liberal wing so devious that they could disguise an obvious heretic as a repentant and true Catholic to push their agenda for a third time with Paul VI. The first two Popes learned quickly and got rid of Bugnini.....Paul VI on the other hand was a liberal regarding the liturgy himself, and accepted everything Bugnini did, until proven that Bugnini was indeed a Mason. Paul VI made an example of him for all the other Masonic Cardinals, bishops and priests in the Vatican. UNfortunatly it was too little too late.

Damian M. Malliapalli


Anybody know what kind of new Bishop this Marco Tasca, OFM Conv. will be in Genoa, appointed today by Francis. Probably another radical....because I read he was in favor of allowing women superiors to attend the last Synod, which they never had before. He'll be 63. I know they wont get another great man like Siri....not with this "pope".

Anonymous said...

Agree

Anonymous said...

Why didn't somebody say Bugnini was a free mason when these Popes were healthy rather than waiting until rigor mortis was setting in? Pope Pius XII did a lot of strange stuff in the last 8 years of his reign including demolishing Holy Week. Many sources have accused Pope John XXIII of being a free mason. Whether he was or wasn't it is a fact that his reforms had long advocated been for by many men who were openly free masons. Paul VI? well he did wear the Ephod at the UN in 1965 so he was a really strange pontiff.

Anonymous said...

Pius XII started the Liturgical Revolution you are 100% correct.
-Andrew

Tancred said...

Pius X

Anonymous said...

Pius XII and J23 were well aware of the Council of Trent.
(Session 7 Canon 13)
-Andrew

Anonymous said...

Very true

Anonymous said...

Pope Anacletus I

JBQ said...

Bugnini was a Vincentian. The followers of Vincent DePaul were very well respected translators of Scripture. I studied with the Vincentians. The "missing link" is the infiltration of most religious orders with a gay agenda. I have been following the Vincentians. Sadly, they have been compromised with sodomite liberation.----There are three Vincentian universities in America. There are two provinces. DePaul is the jewel in the West while St. John's with the support of Niagara rules the Eastern province. ---- There was a grave scandal at St. John's over the priest president Donald Harrington. He had a little boy friend on whom he was spending university money. He got away with this but was caught when he tried to repeat the antics with a second liaison.----Dennis Holtschneider was the president of DePaul. A classmate of mine was one of his predecessors. Dennis has all of the aroma of another Father Harrington. Now, Holtschneider has surfaced on the Board of Directors for St. John's per a visit by myself to the campus in March of 2019.

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