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Le magistère de Vatican II

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" For our Gloria.TV Readers: The excerpts below from the excellent article cited earlier explain very well the nature of the rupture which has taken place by means of revolutionary forces within the Church.

No one can deny the fact that the rupture following Vatican II had all the markings and destructive impact of a Revolution -- and even an atomic bomb -- in decimating our liturgical …More
" For our Gloria.TV Readers: The excerpts below from the excellent article cited earlier explain very well the nature of the rupture which has taken place by means of revolutionary forces within the Church.

No one can deny the fact that the rupture following Vatican II had all the markings and destructive impact of a Revolution -- and even an atomic bomb -- in decimating our liturgical inheritance, our seminaries, convents, monasteries, religious vocations, Mass attendance and Catechetics.

Everything succumbed to that blast as to the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima.

There are statistics available from various sources that show all of the above indicators have been in freefall since Vatican II.
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ARTICLE EXCERPTS:

Roche makes clear what the stakes are. The whole purpose of TC, he writes, is to compel every bishop “to ensure that his diocese returns to a unitary form of celebration”— meaning Bugnini’s rotting, fifty-year-old invention, which, to quote the future Pope Benedict XVI in his preface to Gamber’s The Reform of the Roman Liturgy, “abandoned the organic, living process of growth and development over the centuries, and replaced it—as in a manufacturing process—with a fabrication, a banal on-the-spot product.”

The result for most of the Church, wrote Gamber in that historic treatise, has been “the real destruction of the traditional Mass” and the consequent “wholesale destruction of the faith on which it was based, a faith that had been the source of piety and our courage to bear witness to Christ and His Church, the inspiration of countless Catholics over many centuries.” (Reform of the Roman Liturgy, p. 102).

Bergoglio intends nothing less than the total extermination of traditional Catholicism and all the priestly vocations it attracts. “There is no need to create another church, but to create a different church,” said Bergoglio...

But long before publication of TC, it had already become obvious to many observers of good will outside traditionalist circles.

Consider, for example, the witness of Dr. Douglas Farrow, a theology professor at McGill University, writing for Catholic World Report in 2018 concerning what he calls “the troubling Bergoglio pontificate”:

"The critics are right that the revolution is wrong. This is not reform; it is not even conversion. It is conquest. If it is not stopped, the gates of Hades will prevail against the Church, which will die out everywhere just as it is dying out in the lands of the revolutionaries themselves. We must appeal to Heaven to stop it and be prepared to help stop it, confident in our Lord’s promise that those gates shall not prevail and that his Church will not fail."

“The Pope is not an absolute monarch whose thoughts and desires are law,” said the Pope [Pope Benedict XVI] who gave us Summorum Pontificum, thereby freeing the Latin Mass from forty years of false imprisonment.

But Bergoglio evidently believes that his thoughts and desires bind the entire Church, that what he thinks is the Magisterium. As he declared in one of his innumerable press interviews: “I’m constantly making statements, giving homilies. That’s magisterium. That’s what I think, not what the media say that I think.”

As to such a Pope—the likes of which has never been seen in the annals of the papacy—our only response must be non possumus.

And if Bergoglio persists in his insanity the only response of the Church will, in due time, be that of Leo II to Honorius I: “We anathematize… Honorius, who did not attempt to sanctify this Apostolic Church with the teaching of Apostolic tradition, but by profane treachery permitted its purity to be polluted.”

If “profane treachery” is a condign description of Honorius’s promotion of the lone heresy of Monothelitism, it is surely a fitting description of a Pope who has spent the past eight years belittling Catholic doctrine, altering the Catechism to suit his personal views, twisting Holy Scripture, mocking the faithful and their devotion to Tradition, and undermining even adherence to the Ten Commandments in promoting his heretical Lutheran notion of justification: “[D]o I scorn the Commandments? No. I observe them, but not as absolutes, because I know that it is Jesus Christ who justifies me.”

Recall the teaching of Saint Robert Bellarmine regarding resistance to a hypothetical Pope who, like this one, attacks the Church:

"[N]o authority is required to resist an invader and defend oneself, nor is it necessary that the one who is invaded should be a judge and superior of the one who invades; rather, authority is required to judge and punish. Therefore, just as it would be lawful to resist a Pontiff invading a body, so is it lawful to resist him invading souls or disturbing a state, and much more if he should endeavor to destroy the Church. I say, it is lawful to resist him, by not doing what he commands, and by blocking him, lest he should carry out his will; still, it is not lawful to judge or punish or even depose him, because he is nothing other than a superior." See Cajetan on this matter, and John de Turrecremata.[i] "
When Disobeying Your Bishop is the Best Thing to Do According to the Saints – gloria.tv
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