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DIOCESAN PRIEST: Viganò & the Crisis of Vatican II

The "Parking Lot Priest" is out of the lot and back in his church. In today's sermon, Father addresses the anarchy of today and how it is similar to the riots and anarchy of the 1960. Citing the …More
The "Parking Lot Priest" is out of the lot and back in his church. In today's sermon, Father addresses the anarchy of today and how it is similar to the riots and anarchy of the 1960. Citing the recent letter of Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano on the "parallel Church" established after Vatican II, Father argues that the crisis in the world today is a direct consequence of the Revolution in the Church that kicked off at the Second Vatican Council. The gloves are off, and Father--like Vigano--is done with making excuses for Modernism's 50-year-old protest of Catholic Tradition that has led to looted sanctuaries, vandalized altars, toppled statues and too many spiritual casualties to count. Please help us with Remnant TV: Subscribe to our YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/channel/UCaYPEP4en3RHlv… Follow Michael Matt and The Remnant on Twitter: twitter.com/michael_j_matt @Michael_J_Matt @remnantnews Follow Michael Matt on Facebook: www.facebook.com/michael.matt.733 Donate to …More
Cruzat
Thanks for posting this here. It is important for us catholics to have alternative means of communication given the fact that mass media is in the hands of the enemies of the Catholic Church.
Tesa
G. K. Chesterton died 84 years ago today, on June 14th, 1936. "Chesterton was one of the very greatest men of his time. If posterity neglects him, it will pronounce judgment not upon him, but upon itself." —Fr. Ronald Knox
G.K.Chesterton
Journalism possesses in itself the potentiality of becoming one of the most frightful monstrosities and delusions that have ever cursed mankind. This horrible transformation will occur at the exact instant at which journalists realize that they can become an aristocracy.