Tuesday, August 10, 2021

Bergoglio Gleeful About Marxist Takeover in Peru

Pedro Castillo, representative of the Marxist-Leninist party Perú Libre, was sworn in as the new president.  A sensation for the Andean state that Pope Francis seems to pleased by.

 (Lima) The political left is taking power in Peru.  One of the well-wishers, which would have been astonishing just a few years ago, is the head of the Catholic Church.

At the beginning of his pontificate, Pope Francis was referred to as a “sociologist on the papal throne” to draw an analogy to his predecessors: John Paul II (1978–2005) became “the philosopher” and Benedict XVI.  "the theologian".  However, it soon became apparent that in March 2013, Francis was less of a sociologist than "the politician" at the Cathedra Petri.  The political attention of the ruling Pope is mainly focused on the American double continent.  It aims at the USA, as the leading but no longer undisputed world power, and at Latin America, where Francis comes from.

The political sympathies of Pope Francis are located on the left, which he makes no secret of.  This applies to the Democratic Party and its exponents in the USA, as well as to the representatives of the various left-wing groups who exercise power in Latin American countries or who reach for it.  There are few American countries where Francis has not yet campaigned through elections, either directly or indirectly.  He was by no means always successful, quite the opposite.  This was especially true for the first few years of his pontificate.  Meanwhile, the political left seems to be recovering.  The USA could be recaptured, as happened in Argentina.  In Cuba, Venezuela and Bolivia, the communists, who today prefer to call themselves “socialists of the 21st century”, hold on to power.  For Francis this is definitely a relief.

However, Jair Bolsonaro's election victory in Brazil is still an open wound.  This could not be prevented despite the personal commitment of Francis.  In the months leading up to the elections in autumn 2018, he had declared several preventative measures that if the Labor Party (PT) lost the election, it would in reality be a “coup” by the political right.  The socialists couldn't have said it better.  Since the successful removal of Trump from the White House, the political left in Brazil has regained hope.  The wind has turned, it is said: The left is on the rise again.

Papal interventions of various kinds in favor of left-wing candidates and parties have existed since 2013 at least in the USA, Mexico, Costa Rica, Cuba, Venezuela, Colombia, Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay, Argentina and Chile (see On which Side Francis in  Latin America Stands).

In Peru, Francis intervened in the episcopate to achieve a new orientation.  As in other Latin American states, Marxist liberation theology is widespread in the Andean state.  A protective dam on the other hand was the bellicose Juan Luis Cardinal Cipriani Thorne, who was Archbishop of Lima and Primate from 1999 to 2019.  The now 77-year-old cardinal and member of Opus Dei was retired by Francis at the age of 75, i.e. at the first opportunity presented (see And it Came to Evil).  Previously, the head of the Church had given sufficient understanding of whom he wanted to promote.  The cardinal was certainly not one of them.  Francis had no hesitation in publicly humiliating Cardinal Cipriani in the dispute over the direction of the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru.  Pope Benedict XVI  had intervened at the request of Cardinal Cipriani against an ecclesiastically progressive and politically radical left-wing takeover of the university.  Francis reversed everything.

 Yesterday, Sunday, Francis discovered "some Peruvian flags" according to his own statement on St. Peter's Square.  He took this as an opportunity to send a veiled greeting to the new government of the Andean state.  A few days earlier, on July 28th, Pedro Castillo Terrones was sworn in as the new president.  In the runoff election on June 5, Castillo won against his rival Keiko Fujimori with a wafer-thin majority of 0.12 percent.  He had threatened beforehand that he would not even recognize an election defeat.  After a review, the national electoral court confirmed his election victory on July 19.

 A novelty in the history of Peru has been in effect since last week: the first radical left head of state has moved into the presidential palace.  Castillo is an exponent of the Marxist-Leninist party Perú Libre.  With Bolivia and Venezuela, the Andean state joins the fronde of an agenda of socialist planned economy and left-wing nationalism for the first time.  During the election campaign, Castillo called for the nationalization of the key industry, which is why his cautious distancing from Venezuelan Chavism can be seen as a mere election tactic.

 Pope Francis said yesterday at the Angelus in St. Peter's Square:

 “And I see some Peruvian flags and greet you Peruvians who have a new president.  May the Lord bless your country always! "

When Dilma Rousseff was removed from office as head of state and government by the Brazilian Workers' Party (PT) in 2016, Pope Francis was “sad” at an improvised event in the Vatican Gardens.  Yesterday he was visibly satisfied with the entry of a Marxist into the presidential palace in Lima.

 Liberation theology in Latin America is not a tool for the Church, but against it.  The left politicization of the Church triggered a mass exodus among the Catholics.  Millions of Catholics have since migrated to Protestant free churches.  Even Castillo's wife and children are evangelicals.  But the Vatican has not wanted to see the negative consequences since the spring of 2013, and certainly not to analyze them.

 Text: Giuseppe Nardi

 Image: Wikicommons

Trans: Tancred vekron99@hotmail.com


Evil Primate of Peru Denies Communion to Faithful Catholics

 A young believer kneels in the cathedral of Lima and waits in vain for communion to be given to him.  Archbishop Castillo Mattasoglio simply ignored him.

 (Lima) Monsignor Carlos Castillo Mattasoglio, Archbishop of Lima and Primate of Peru appointed by Pope Francis, is so “merciful” that he refuses oral Communion to believers in his cathedral.

One scene was captured on video and posted on Facebook by Policia Liturgica.  The recorded incident happened last Sunday, August 8th.  The mass celebrated by Archbishop Castillo in the cathedral was broadcast directly by the main state television channel TV Perù.

 The footage shows two believers, a young man and a young woman, approaching the archbishop to receive communion.  Both indicate that they would like to receive communion on the tongue.  The young man who approaches Msgr. Castillo first kneels to receive communion, but the bishop does not give it to him, but walks past him to turn to the young woman.  He also refuses communion to her when she wants communion on the tongue.  Whether Archbishop Carlos Castillo Mattasoglio also said something dismissive can be guessed from the disappointed expression on the young man's face.

Obviously, even senior shepherds are no longer aware of the Church's ordinances which they are supposed to represent.  Oral communion is the regular form of receiving Communion.  The Bishops' Conferences have, in the course of the liturgical reform of Pope Paul VI.,  showed the possibility had been offered, if they see a “necessity” for admitting Communion in hand as an extraordinary form in addition to the ordinary form of receiving Communion.  While Communion in hand could be abolished at any time, Communion on the tongue cannot be refused, no matter what rank a shepherd has in the Church.

The two believers, who were denied Holy Communion by the Archbishop of Lima, would have had no problem if they had demanded a “right” to Communion with the reference to live together in a wild marriage or as divorced remarried or to be in gay relationships.  (Trudeau was given a Solemn Traditional Latin Mass Funeral with Chant) The post-synodal letter Amoris laetitia by Pope Francis makes it possible.  It grants what no believer is entitled to.

The same “merciful” Church of Pope Francis, the Church of the “Open Doors”, the Church of the “Field Hospital”, however, denies believers what they are actually entitled to by denying them Communion, unity with the Lord, for trivial reasons.

If things are turned upside down contrary to their nature, a spiral is set in motion that creates a suction in which more and more things are turned upside down.  In this specific case, it should not be forgotten that Pope Francis retired Archbishop Castillo at the beginning of 2019, one of the outstanding bishops of Latin America, Cardinal Cipriani Thorne.

 Wherever ideology prevails, as in the Motu Proprio Traditionis Custodes, events such as the refusal of Communion in the Lima Cathedral are not far away.

 Text: Giuseppe Nardi

 Image: Youtube (screenshot)

Trans: Tanceed vekron99@hotmail.com


Rwandan Invader Met With Bergoglio

 It has now emerged that Pope Francis met with the Rwandan refugee responsible for killing a French priest and burning down a cathedral during a 2016 photo-op.

As we highlighted yesterday, Emmanuel Abayisenga confessed to killing 60-year-old Olivier Maire, who had apparently been welcoming the man into his church for months despite the fact that Abayisenga was also under investigation for setting fire to Nantes Cathedral last year.

Abayisenga arrived in the city of Nantes as an illegal immigrant in 2012.

Marine Le Pen was one of few prominent voices to point out the obvious, stating, “In France, it is, therefore, possible to be illegal, to set fire to the cathedral, never to be expelled, and to re-offend by murdering a priest.”



Monday, August 9, 2021

Rwandan Invader Turns Himself in For Murdering Priest and Setting Fire to Church


By: Catholic News Service

Date: August 9, 2021

SAINT-LAURENT-SUR-SÈVRE, France (CNS) — A Rwandan immigrant awaiting trial for the arson of the cathedral in Nantes turned himself into police for killing the French provincial of the Montfort Missionaries.

Emmanuel Abayisenga, 40, a Catholic, had been released on bail earlier this year for the 2020 arson at Sts. Peter and Paul Cathedral in Nantes. Montfort Father Olivier Maire, 60, had offered him housing in Saint-Laurent-sur-Sèvre, south of Nantes.

Media reported police sources said early indications were that Abayisenga had beaten Father Maire to death.



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Sunday, August 8, 2021

Cardinal Cañizares Bans Immemorial Mass in Valencia


Edit: we don’t know what the meeting was about as confirmed aberrosexual predator, Anthony Ruff said when he was excited about Cañizarez meeting with Bergoglio in 2014.

Cardinal Antonio Cañizares forbade celebrations in the traditional rite in his Archdiocese of Valencia.  Did the former "little Ratzinger" become a "micro-Bergoglio"?

 (Madrid) Under Pope Benedict XVI.  he was called the "little Ratzinger", now critics refer to him as "Mini-Bergoglio".  Antonio Cardinal Cañizares Llovera suspended the celebration of the traditional rite in his Archdiocese of Valencia because of the Motu proprio Traditionis Custodes.

 Antonio Cañizares Llovera, doctor of theology with a dissertation in catechetics, was ordained a priest in 1970 for his home diocese of Valencia.  After years in pastoral care and teaching, including as professor of fundamental theology at the University of Salamanca, he was appointed general secretary of the Spanish Bishops' Conference in 1985.  In 1992 Pope John Paul II appointed him Bishop of Avila.  In 1996 he was promoted to Archbishop of Granada and in 2002 to Archbishop of Toledo and Primate of Spain.

 In 2006 Msgr. Cañizares was appointed by Pope Benedict XVI.  created cardinal and in 2008 appointed to the Roman Curia as Cardinal Prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Order of the Sacraments.  Because of his theological closeness to Benedict XVI.  the Catalan cardinal became known as "little Ratzinger" and was attacked by progressive Church circles.

 After his election as Pope, Francis began to remove the exposed "Ratzingerians" from the leadership positions in Rome.  Cardinal Cañizares was appointed Archbishop of Valencia by him in August 2014, shortly before the start of the family synod, in which he would have been able to participate ex officio as head of the dicasteries, and he was sent back to Spain.

 There he expressed himself several times critically on political, especially socio-political developments, but held back on Church issues.  Through the motu proprio Traditionis Custodes, the “little Ratzinger” developed into a “micro-Bergoglio”, as Secretum Meum Mihi commented.  In response to Traditionis Custodes, the cardinal suspended the celebration of the traditional rite in his archdiocese.  The traditional faithful announced on July 27th, horrified:

 “Following the publication of the Motu proprio Traditionis Custodes by Pope Francis, the Cardinal Archbishop of Valencia, Antonio Cañizares Llovera, ordered the provisional SUSPENSION of the celebration of Holy Mass with the missal before the reform of 1970, which takes place every Sunday and public holiday in the hermitage of Santa  Lucía.  Therefore there will be no mass in August ”(emphasis in the original).

 The shocking decision.

 When Cardinal Cañizares defended Summorum Pontificum

He had sounded completely different under Pope Benedict XVI.,  as it sounded in the mouth of the "little Ratzinger".  In 2009, Cardinal Cañizares, in the foreword to the Spanish edition of Don Nicola Bux's book “La riforma di Benedetto XVI” (“The Reform of Benedict XVI.  The Liturgy Between Innovation and Tradition, 2008”) complained how many priests were treated as 'anti-conciliar' just because they celebrated solemnly and piously or simply because they fully obeyed the rubrics!  It is important to get out of this dialectic. 

The cardinal defended the Motu proprio Summorum Pontificum and took the analysis and criticism of Benedict XVI.  to himself, “that our society needs at least one group with which it has no tolerance whatsoever, which can be attacked with hatred.”

 “For years this was largely the case with the priests and faithful, who were associated with the form of Mass handed down over the centuries and who were often treated 'like lepers', as Cardinal Ratzinger said emphatically.

 Today, thanks to the Motu proprio [Summorum Pontificum], this situation is changing noticeably.  And this in large part because the Pope not only wanted to satisfy Archbishop Lefebvre's allegiances or limited himself to responding to the just wishes of the faithful, who for various reasons deal with the liturgical heritage represented by the Roman Rite,  to feel connected, but also and in a special way, to make the liturgical riches of the Church accessible to all believers and thus also to enable those who still ignore the treasures of the Church's liturgical heritage to discover the treasures of the Church's liturgical heritage.  How often the attitude of those who despise them is due to nothing but this ignorance!  Viewed from this last aspect, the Motu Proprio therefore has a meaning that goes beyond the existence or non-existence of conflict. "

 In this preface, Cardinal Cañizares firmly contradicted the claim that Summorum Pontificum was an “attack” on the Second Vatican Council.  The Spanish edition of Don Bux's book was published in collaboration with the Institute of Christ the King and High Priest, an Ecclesia Dei community.

 Preface to the book of a SSPX Priest

 The cardinal went even further: in 2012 he also wrote the foreword for the 816-page church music book “Magnificat Dominum”, which was compiled by Fr Bernard Lorber, a priest of the Society of Saint Pius X, and published by Musica Sacra, a French association which became closely related to the Society.

 “Music and liturgical chants, especially Gregorian chants, form a large part of this outstanding communication, even if the text of the chant is not fully understood (either due to a lack of knowledge of Latin or because of the melisms or the polyphonic structure of the song).

“ Listening to and singing along to the liturgical chant is also a high form of liturgical participation.  To offer the faithful and liturgical cantors access to the Gregorian repertoire and to the songs of popular tradition, as the work Magníficat Dóminum in its second edition enables / effects, is a valuable help in this participation, both for the faithful who do this in the  wish to use the so-called 'extraordinary' form of the Roman rite, as well as for those who live the Roman liturgy in the 'ordinary' form so as not to lose the treasures of the musical heritage of the Roman rite and to rediscover a language and form of communication,  who still allow today to strengthen their faith, to confirm their hope and to grow in love. "

 "No attack on the Council"

 As prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship, Cardinal Cañizares defended the use of the traditional liturgy in July 2013, under Pope Francis, a year before his return to Spain.  At that time he wrote the foreword to the dissertation published in book form by the Benedictine Father Alberto Soria Jimenez of the Abbey of Santa Cruz del Valle de los Caidos, which the anti-Church left-wing government would like to banish, like the memorial for the fallen of the Spanish civil war.  The cardinal rejected as "absolutely unfounded" the claim that the provisions of Summorum Pontificum were an "attack on the council".  Such a statement shows a great ignorance of the Council.

In 2010 Cardinal Cañizares consecrated five new priests of the Fraternity of Saint Peter in the traditional Rite in Wigratzbad.  Since 2006 he has been a member of the Pontifical Ecclesia Dei Commission, which was responsible for the communities of tradition and questions of the traditional Rite, until Pope Francis dissolved it in January 2019.  The reason is now known: From the point of view of Francis, who probably intended to strangle the traditional Rite back then, such a facility was no longer needed.  But what should one say about the chief shepherds who, like Cardinal Cañizares, sat on the commission responsible for the traditional Rite, but who now simply forbid it?

 Cardinal Cañizares consecrated five new priests of the Petrine Brotherhood in 2010 in Wigratzbad.

 And now?

 The American comedian Groucho Marx (1890–1977) is - albeit incorrectly - ascribed the word, which was handed down in 1873:

 “I have iron principles.  If you don't like them, I have others too."

 Last Friday, Vetus Ordo Missae, the association "for the promotion of the traditional Roman Rite" in the Archdiocese of Valencia announced that, according to the order of Cardinal Cañizares with reference to the Motu Proprio Traditionis Custodes of Pope Francis, from August 1st the celebration in the traditional Rite in  the archdiocese is prohibited.  For the time being it is a "provisional suspension" for a period of one month.

 "On the basis of this new ordinance [Traditionis Custodes], the Archbishop has ordered the temporary suspension of the celebration in order to clarify its correct application in our Archdiocese."

 In view of the defense of Summorum Pontificum by the same cardinal, the latest measure in itself, but above all its radicalism, causes astonishment.  In order to “recognize” the “correct application” of Traditionis Custodes, the celebration of Holy Mass was prohibited.  Is there an understandable need for this?  Even if the celebration were to be permitted again in any form on September 1st, the damage to the traditional Rite and the reputation of the Church has already been done.

 Cardinal Cañizares is not just one of 3,181 diocesan bishops, but one of 98 cardinal priests, these are diocesan bishops who also belong to the college of cardinals.  He was also Prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship in Rome for more than five years and is therefore very familiar with questions of the liturgy.

 Even leading “Bergoglians” among the bishops such as Cardinal Blase Cupich of Chicago reacted cautiously to the Motu Proprop Traditionis Custodes and left everything as it is - at least for the time being - until there is greater clarity.  All the more astonishing is the radical approach of a cardinal and archbishop, who as a "friend" of Benedict XVI.  applies to the Pope who issued the Motu proprio Summorum Pontificum and had a not inconsiderable influence on the creation of the Motu proprio Ecclesia Dei of 1988.

Text: Giuseppe Nardi

 Image: VaticanMedia / Vetusordomissae / NLM (screenshots)

Trans: Tancred velron99@hotmail.com


Friday, August 6, 2021

The dangers of Covid hysteria

The PCR test is bogus!

French Are Trying to Get Covid Rather Than the Jab

 In France, after the totalitarian compulsory vaccination measures, a trend is spreading: More and more people are intentionally trying to get infected with Covid-19 in order to escape the vaccination when they have recovered.

 [jouwatch] They are deliberately seeking to be close to people who are believed to be infected with Covid-19.  They no longer wash their hands or wear masks to somehow contract Corona.  The French medium “Le Figaro” reports on this trend, which shows what acts of desperation citizens are willing to commit in order to escape the oversight of the French government.  As planned by the Merkel government in Germany, from Monday people in France will only be allowed to participate in public life if they can prove a vaccination or are considered to have recovered.  The argument of many of those “contagious”: They prefer the disease to vaccination and would rather that their immune system learn to “resist the disease naturally”.  Others would rather get Covid than have to be vaccinated every three months until the end of their lives.  Another explains that her husband was quarantined because of Covid-19.  “I've tried everything to get it.  Impossible. "" In the worst case, it will tie me to a bed for a few days, in the best case I have no symptoms at all," a 20-year-old is quoted as saying by the news channel Franceinfo.

Already programmed voices have reflexively condemned the trend.  Playing "the game of the virus" is a "total mistake", according to a French epidemiologist who warns of possible "late effects" but not of the consequences of forced vaccination with an untested vaccine.  (SB)