Jan Joseph
Paus Franciscus is een holocaust begonnen tegen de Traditionele Rooms Katholieken, de vernietiging van de Tridentijnse Heilige Mis en alle priesters en gelovigen die het Universele Tridentijnse Rooms Katholieke geloof van voor het Tweede Vaticaanse Concilie belijden. Paus Franciscus begaat een misdaad tegen de mensheid en tegen God. Maar gelukkig is er Pius X broederschap die een veilige haven …More
Paus Franciscus is een holocaust begonnen tegen de Traditionele Rooms Katholieken, de vernietiging van de Tridentijnse Heilige Mis en alle priesters en gelovigen die het Universele Tridentijnse Rooms Katholieke geloof van voor het Tweede Vaticaanse Concilie belijden. Paus Franciscus begaat een misdaad tegen de mensheid en tegen God. Maar gelukkig is er Pius X broederschap die een veilige haven biedt aan alle Traditionele Tridentijnse Rooms Katholieken
FrDJR
Let us pray for these wonderful women!!! May St. Michael the Archangel keep them safe and satan and his minons far away... Francis is a destroyer of Tradition.... This is part of the plan to reduce the Church into a humanistic institution.... God have mercy on his soul.
DrMaria
Just say NO -- refuse to comply with all that is NOT truly part of Catholic Tradition. Stand firm! Our Lord will back you and find a way!
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Philly was just the start. The Vatican war on contemplative cloisters is ongoing. None are safe.
Susan E. Maria
How is Philly the start? The JMJ nuns walked out on Philly leaving 1 nun. You can't have a monastery of 1 nun. There is a flourishing contemplative monastery near me that I visit and they have a visitation regularly, I think about every 3 years. I know of another monastery in the state that was down to a few nuns and later, after it was closed, we found out that conditions were horrible and …More
How is Philly the start? The JMJ nuns walked out on Philly leaving 1 nun. You can't have a monastery of 1 nun. There is a flourishing contemplative monastery near me that I visit and they have a visitation regularly, I think about every 3 years. I know of another monastery in the state that was down to a few nuns and later, after it was closed, we found out that conditions were horrible and there was neglect but the superior wouldn't the nuns go to another monastery. Nuns are human like the rest of us. They have problems, they age, they die, etc. There reaction is such that it seems to me they are hiding something.
Jungerheld
Let's not fail to pray for them during this difficult time!
jimcat
The Council is a Super-Council - it is almost St Vatican Two, Rome's replacement for the Holy Spirit.
Scapular
The Council is like the Church it’s all or nothing. The Council is not a supermarket.
Susan E. Maria
I thought monasteries had visitations, sort of like a physical, at regular intervals. This is really no one's business and part of the internal affairs of the monastery. I'm sure they have problems like everyone else in the world. I know a monastery near me that has a visitation every 3 years and they welcome the opportunity to be able to improve and deal with things.
Cat Smith
Not to sound harsh, but when you have made a deal with the conciliar (dark) church, this is what you get. I'm sure the poor sisters have no clue...thought they were joining a traditional order. The true Carmelites are in Spokane, WA, hidden and quietly doing the work of restoration. The pseudo trad orders will be annihilated for bowing down to the novus ordo fake church of Rome and claiming …More
Not to sound harsh, but when you have made a deal with the conciliar (dark) church, this is what you get. I'm sure the poor sisters have no clue...thought they were joining a traditional order. The true Carmelites are in Spokane, WA, hidden and quietly doing the work of restoration. The pseudo trad orders will be annihilated for bowing down to the novus ordo fake church of Rome and claiming communion with that heretical sect.
Lucky Strike1
Francis The Terminator of all things Catholic!
V.R.S.
I hope they'll survive the Apostatic Desolation thing.
atreverse pensar
We have already seen what has happened to others like it.
They do it with full intent.
P. O'B
Uh oh. Guess who's coming to dinner!
Ultraviolet
I doubt it will be Cardinal Sydney Poitier. If it was, this would be a non issue. The Carmelite nuns would prepare a fantastic 4-day menu loaded with delicacies appropriately called "soul food" :D After 12 solid feasts like that, plus snacks in between, Cardinal Poitier would leave a few pounds heavier and with full confidence in the nuns' future. If it came to it, I'd be happy to supply a big …More
I doubt it will be Cardinal Sydney Poitier. If it was, this would be a non issue. The Carmelite nuns would prepare a fantastic 4-day menu loaded with delicacies appropriately called "soul food" :D After 12 solid feasts like that, plus snacks in between, Cardinal Poitier would leave a few pounds heavier and with full confidence in the nuns' future. If it came to it, I'd be happy to supply a big bottle of hand-crafted Purple Drank cordial.
DefendTruth
Advocata
“No one will have any other desire in heaven than what God wills; and the desire of one will be the desire of all; and the desire of all and of each one will also be the desire of God.” - St. Anselm of Canterbury
John A Cassani
I can see this happening to every community that doesn’t use the Novus ordo. I don’t have any knowledge of who owns this monastery, or any of the others, but unless the local community owns the property, they can be kicked out. The fact that Trad communities are legal owners of very few of the properties they occupy is their greatest disadvantage. It is the advantage of the SSPX, though.
Darby D Dillion
Don't open the door.