Andrea Cionci Replies to Ann Barnhardt and Dr. Ed Mazza on Substantial Error vs The Ratzinger Code

Andrea Cionci Replies to Ann Barnhardt and Dr. Ed Mazza on Substantial Error vs The Ratzinger Code …

This is the English version of an essay first published in Italy by Andrea Cionci. I am releasing it in English here for the sake of the truth and …
rhemes1582
rhemes1582
Considering how close he was to Pope Benedict XVI, for him to make such a statement about the historical event.
Cath intruth
If you haven't read this, please do so.

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Just me
@Cath intruth Thank you. I use to watch her videos long ago. And now I try to read her articles as well. She is always on the money. I know one thing. That man is not the Vicar of Christ! And to call him that is a grave sin in my eyes.

Woe to you that call evil good, and good evil: that put darkness for light, and light for darkness: that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter.

It does not …More
@Cath intruth Thank you. I use to watch her videos long ago. And now I try to read her articles as well. She is always on the money. I know one thing. That man is not the Vicar of Christ! And to call him that is a grave sin in my eyes.

Woe to you that call evil good, and good evil: that put darkness for light, and light for darkness: that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter.

It does not get any clearer than that to me. He is far from good and I see no light about him, in him, nor near him.
Ave Crux
Actually, I have said this before....it is absolutely incomprehensible to me that Pope Benedict XVI -- or any man in his right mind -- would have left the Universal Church open to utter chaos by deliberately, and in an occult manner, impeding the Apostolic See -- without even remotely having any moral certitude about who might be elected in the Conclave that would follow his "feigned" …More
Actually, I have said this before....it is absolutely incomprehensible to me that Pope Benedict XVI -- or any man in his right mind -- would have left the Universal Church open to utter chaos by deliberately, and in an occult manner, impeding the Apostolic See -- without even remotely having any moral certitude about who might be elected in the Conclave that would follow his "feigned" resignation, nor whether he would actually be causing a calamity instead of offering a remedy -- let alone creating an elaborate tissue of "code" that was so cryptic as to be understood by only a few, nor certain as to its being verifiable beyond any shadow of a doubt when -- presumably -- he expected it to finally come to light.

Without any moral certitude that such a "code" would ultimately be understood -- let alone its purpose and consequences being agreed upon by those who subsequently would make up the juridical body within the Church charged with sorting this out -- Pope Benedict would be responsible for leaving behind a trail -- now almost 10 years long -- of complete juridical mayhem and uncertainty about whatever followed the Conclave, and whether any of the acts of the subsequent Papacy -- understood as such -- were ever valid because of his own deliberate, occult intentions and actions. It's crazy...

As I have said elsewhere....this is a matter for God to straighten out when He chooses to act. When the time comes, God will call to account those responsible for the confusion caused by this current Papacy, and the highly problematical developments under same.

Until then, we shelter in place and make a decision about whether we want to focus on such sensational, unverifiable intrigue, or -- instead -- on making reparation for the current scandals under this Papacy by plunging ever more deeply into God and prayer and pursuit of sanctity.

We will never know for certain what the state of things in Rome is until God acts in order to bring everything to light; nor does He expect us to know what is beyond our competence, much less assert we know hidden facts with certitude.

We simply don't need to know -- but we can certainly repudiate the monstrous things coming out of Rome and dissent from them. It is both a duty and a right as Catholics.
Live Mike
"We simply don't need to know" Hmmm, I don't know about that one.
Ave Crux
@Live Mike I understand the present situation in the Church is causing this speculation -- what I mean is that it's useless. We as Catholics can't do a thing about it...now, anyway.

I say "we don't need to know" because it wouldn't change a thing....

Think about it in completely concrete terms: Even if such a thing were true, what would it change about what you are doing as a Catholic today, …More
@Live Mike I understand the present situation in the Church is causing this speculation -- what I mean is that it's useless. We as Catholics can't do a thing about it...now, anyway.

I say "we don't need to know" because it wouldn't change a thing....

Think about it in completely concrete terms: Even if such a thing were true, what would it change about what you are doing as a Catholic today, or tomorrow, or next week?

It wouldn't change anything....we presently dissent from the apparent errors coming out of Rome...that wouldn't change. We still defend Tradition and anyone who defends Tradition....that wouldn't change. We cleave to the Magisterium and the Papacy and not the person....that wouldn't change. We don't hesitate to call a spade a spade and denounce the public errors when we have occasion to do so for constructive purposes among our fellow Catholics...that wouldn't change, etc.

Even if this entire theory were true, it wouldn't change a thing. We will still have to wait on God to straighten it out within the normal juridical channels of the Church.

It avails nothing to speculate about it at such great lengths since until God and the Church make it clear, we risk being wrong; and we can't risk being wrong about something so important. Nor does God expect us to take such risks.

He expects us to count on Him to make it clear.

And for those who care about growth in virtue, it is considered vain speculation not to simply abandon ourselves to God awaiting His intervention.

We will never know until God reveals the truth in a definitive manner; and we risk being gravely mistaken if we take a position one way or another on it.

When God wants to make it clear, He will give us our marching orders. That's all.

You are a very reasonable, rational person. And I think you see my point here.

God bless you!
Ave Crux
Coincidentally, a prominent Catholic doctor told me about this prayer just yesterday. It was written by Padre Pio's spiritual director, a priest whom Padre Pio said had "all of heaven in his soul".

It is a prayer of surrender to God in all the unknowns of this life -- a surrender in not trying to know or to see what is not for us to know or see in the present moment....that is spiritual perfec…More
Coincidentally, a prominent Catholic doctor told me about this prayer just yesterday. It was written by Padre Pio's spiritual director, a priest whom Padre Pio said had "all of heaven in his soul".

It is a prayer of surrender to God in all the unknowns of this life -- a surrender in not trying to know or to see what is not for us to know or see in the present moment....that is spiritual perfection.

This prayer embodies it: The Surrender Novena By Father Dolindo Ruotolo (1882-1970) - NOVENA PRAYER
Cath intruth
As Ann Barnhardt reminds us:

Can. 748 §1. All persons are bound to seek the truth in those things which regard God and His Church and by virtue of divine law are bound by the obligation and possess the right of embracing and observing the truth which they have come to know.
Ave Crux
@Cath intruth I absolutely agree we need to seek the truth. My family and I were among the Traditionalist pioneers beginning in the 1970's -- and we have never stopped as a family living it and defending it for over 45 years.

Members of my family are actively, formally and deeply involved (as in dedicating their entire lives to it) in Traditional Catholic activism and defense of the Faith to …More
@Cath intruth I absolutely agree we need to seek the truth. My family and I were among the Traditionalist pioneers beginning in the 1970's -- and we have never stopped as a family living it and defending it for over 45 years.

Members of my family are actively, formally and deeply involved (as in dedicating their entire lives to it) in Traditional Catholic activism and defense of the Faith to this very day....strong as ever.

However, knowing the truth is not even a possibility here; and that's the distinction.

This is not a matter of a defined Doctrine, which can be clearly known, and which we are bound to adhere to and defend.

It is not a matter of adhering to the Church's Tradition and Patrimony, which we are bound to preserve with our lives, and which Bishops and Popes are bound to protect and pass on to future generations.

This is a matter of pure speculation, obscure code, hidden intentions and juridical constraints which only the Church Herself will be able to investigate and declare upon.

You can't do anything about it; I can't do anything about it.

How would you propose that it would change anything you do right at this moment in the present circumstance if what this "theory" suggests were even true?

You would -- as I presume you already do -- just continue on receiving the Sacraments, strive to remain in the state of grace, renounce and dissent from erroneous doctrines and praxis, and use each day to prepare for your death and Particular Judgment.

And at your Particular Judgment, God is not going to ask you whether you convened a juridical body within the Church to make an inquiry into this matter.

He is going to ask you if you performed the duties of your state in life, strove for sanctity and remained faithfully in place until the crisis in the Church was sorted out by those who alone have the authority to do so.

And barring that, waiting upon Him to intervene, and for the Church to provide a clear Declaration on this matter.

This is all He expects from those without the power of Office, nor the responsibility and grace of state to rectify the situation, let alone take juridical action upon. We can never know the truth until the Church declares it. Not to wait upon the Church is such a matter is a usurpation of an authority which is not ours; and until then, we can easily be mistaken in a very serious matter.
Jeffrey Ade
Awesome! I also have a hard time believing these modernist heretics could ever even be pope in the first place! Remember! White smoke! Black smoke! Nothing to see here folks! And I totally agree with you God will sort this out, and to His Greater Honor and Glory! Just maybe a minor chastisement first!
Ave Crux
@Jeffrey Ade Yes, I am actually thinking major chastisement. The world has become uninhabitable for sane human beings. I have often thought either we are at the end of the world (however, we don't see an anti-Christ on the scene yet, although, there are many "figures" of one), or else God is going to do a major cleansing of this planet to provide more time for the final act.

Children are being…More
@Jeffrey Ade Yes, I am actually thinking major chastisement. The world has become uninhabitable for sane human beings. I have often thought either we are at the end of the world (however, we don't see an anti-Christ on the scene yet, although, there are many "figures" of one), or else God is going to do a major cleansing of this planet to provide more time for the final act.

Children are being perverted by adults from infancy; science is playing Russian roulette with the building blocks of nature; the globalists want to tyrannize the planet in a frenzy of power and control, etc.....

It's virtually "Game over" unless God hits "Reset" and buys the human race more time with a global chastisement.....as in Three Days of Darkness, when all His enemies will be wiped off the face of the earth, and purged from His Church...
Jeffrey Ade
@Ave Crux I follow Fr. Copcynski and the book by Desmond Birch, Trials Tribulations and Triumph. It points to a minor chastisement leaving the major chastisement to the end times. Fr. Scanlon in his talk "The Fire and the flood" points out also that when we are in a chastisement, it always seems to be major!:)
Ave Crux
@Jeffrey Ade Yes, I have also heard -- and have to agree wholeheartedly -- that God simply letting the human race reap the consequences of their own actions and sinfulness is a terrible chastisement itself....!

There are several well-known prophecies of Three Days of Darkness during which the greater part of humanity will die.

The following speak of that: Blessed Anna Marie Taigi; Blessed …More
@Jeffrey Ade Yes, I have also heard -- and have to agree wholeheartedly -- that God simply letting the human race reap the consequences of their own actions and sinfulness is a terrible chastisement itself....!

There are several well-known prophecies of Three Days of Darkness during which the greater part of humanity will die.

The following speak of that: Blessed Anna Marie Taigi; Blessed Elisabeth Canori-Mora; and the warning of a chastisement by Our Lady at Akita -- apparitions which the local Ordinary deemed authentic following an investigation of 8 years, and during which Our Lady is reported to have said:

"...if men do not repent and better themselves, the Father will inflict a terrible punishment on all humanity. It will be a punishment greater than the deluge, such as one will never have seen before. Fire will fall from the sky and will wipe out a great part of humanity, the good as well as the bad, sparing neither priests nor faithful. The survivors will find themselves so desolate that they will envy the dead."

These are private revelations to individuals whom the Church has "vetted", so to speak.

However, I actually don't see any other remedy for where we are now, given how deeply and how universally sin has generally corrupted the human race -- even to the point of systematically polluting the minds and souls of children from their earliest years....what kind of confused and twisted adults will these next generations grow up to be?
Jeffrey Ade
@Ave Crux I am aware of Blessed Anna, and I am with you on this! according to the experts,(not me!) we get a man made chastisement, then a God made chastisement. So all I do, I do not for me, but for God's greater glory! I honestly do not expect to make it through this one! God bless you with prayers!
Dante Alighieri
From the article: “'There are not two popes. There is only one pope.' A phrase he [Benedict] has been repeating for nine years without ever explaining WHO the pope IS."
Just me
Two things I always say. Christ is separating the sheep from the goats right now. And those who have ears hear, those who have eyes see. If someone can't see bergoglio is not Catholic by now, something is seriously wrong.

By their fruits you will know them. That should be enough to see that man is not Catholic. And if they over look all he says and does, all they read about him and so on, and …More
Two things I always say. Christ is separating the sheep from the goats right now. And those who have ears hear, those who have eyes see. If someone can't see bergoglio is not Catholic by now, something is seriously wrong.

By their fruits you will know them. That should be enough to see that man is not Catholic. And if they over look all he says and does, all they read about him and so on, and continues to call him pope I pity them. They also should know by now our Church was infiltrated and The messages from Our Lady. They can't put two and two together by now? Don't they have common sense? No Faith?

They should learn to put their books down, stop talking and reading so much and be silent for once and learn to listen to Christ. Not their pride. Not a law. Not a book. But Christ. He is always lost in all this. I see them defending bergoglio all the time. Yet, I don't see them ever defending Christ against bergoglio! Christ is always first, last and forever. Men come and go. We can not be attached to "Anything" of this world. Our focus should be on Christ. Not a man. Not on a book or a law or two. The goats are many. The sheep are few. Wake up already!

If any man come to me, and hate not his father, and mother, and wife, and children, and brethren, and sisters, yea and his own life also, he cannot be my disciple. And whosoever doth not carry his cross and come after me, cannot be my disciple.

That is our Cross? To see the truth and defend it? To be attacked and ridiculed for it? I think so. One of many Cross's we have had and will yet to carry. Drop it and not reach to pick it back up as Christ kept falling and getting back up to carry it on. They are in big trouble. I don't need anyone to tell me this.

Enter ye in at the narrow gate: for wide is the gate, and broad is the way that leadeth to destruction, and many there are who go in thereat. How narrow is the gate, and strait is the way that leadeth to life: and few there are that find it!

Those who have ears, hear! Those who have eyes, see! Or not. Be a sheep or be a goat. My choose is a sheep. That is what I want to be. A sheep in the flock of Christ! Not a man who is not even a Catholic.

From the article. And beautifully said.

Let us not stop at appearances: he is not Francis’ friend, but he loves him, meek as a lamb, like Jesus who let himself be kissed and betrayed by Judas, for a final purification of the Church, in order to “separate believers from non-believers,” as Ratzinger himself declared to the Heder Korrespondenz this summer.
Alex A
@Just me Although you maybe right about the lack of Francis's Catholicism, it's not the laity's position to determine whether he should remain as Pope or not. As has been pointed out, by others, on a number of occasions, the Church has suffered 'bad Popes' before.
Just me
@Alex A Yes I know about bad Popes. But they were Catholic Popes. bergoglio is not Catholic. Therefore, not the Pope. I can't call him one. Nor will I. He may have been baptized, but he gave that up when he fell in love with marxism when he was young. When you give up your faith, that is a slap in GOD'S face. Our faith is a gift from GOD, and to give it up is a grave sin. Unless he realizes …More
@Alex A Yes I know about bad Popes. But they were Catholic Popes. bergoglio is not Catholic. Therefore, not the Pope. I can't call him one. Nor will I. He may have been baptized, but he gave that up when he fell in love with marxism when he was young. When you give up your faith, that is a slap in GOD'S face. Our faith is a gift from GOD, and to give it up is a grave sin. Unless he realizes what he did and repents and converts, he will not be going where he should in the end. Trying to destroy The Holy Catholic Church is not the best thing to do in GOD'S eyes. And I am sure he is very angry over this. First to give up his faith. Then trying to destroy GOD'S Church. He is not a Catholic. So..... he can't be a Pope. And it is the laity's duty not to obey or call him Pope. But to pray for his conversion. That is our duty. How can we call someone our Pope when he is not a Catholic? That is the first and most important part to being a Pope. No non Catholic can be Pope. That is why they chose him in the first place. His hatred for Catholicism.
Ave Crux
@Just me It is absolutely true that no Pope in the history of the Church has ever come close to calling into question so broadly and shockingly not only Church Tradition and perennial teaching, but even the Ten Commandments; and it understandably angers many concerned and devout Catholics.

It is easy to believe that -- when God intervenes -- a future Pope will anathematize this Papacy -- along …More
@Just me It is absolutely true that no Pope in the history of the Church has ever come close to calling into question so broadly and shockingly not only Church Tradition and perennial teaching, but even the Ten Commandments; and it understandably angers many concerned and devout Catholics.

It is easy to believe that -- when God intervenes -- a future Pope will anathematize this Papacy -- along with all the errors of Modernism and everything done in the name of Vatican II (e.g. I believe the New Mass will ultimately be suppressed and the Church will return to the Traditional Latin Mass at some point in the future in a major course correction once God intervenes with a major Chastisement).

However, what exactly is it that God expects of faithful Catholics until that time? He wants us to preserve Tradition, denounce error, educate ourselves and others on the Catholic Faith and sanctify ourselves as Our Lady asked that we do at Fatima.

At the same time, we presume -- as a matter of juridical formality -- that any current holder of the Papal Office is Pope despite troubling comments, globalist collaboration, etc., simply because Catholics always presume such a man holds the Office until the Church declares otherwise.

This is simple, solid, Catholic practice.

Denounce his errors as much and as loudly as you like; dissent from unjust commands -- such as the suppression of Traditional norms and praxis, etc., continuing to do and believe as the Church has always done and believed. It's easy to know what that is.

And since you are very concerned about being the best Catholic possible, that includes doing what Catholics are supposed to do: presume this man is Pope until the Church determines otherwise. That's a simple duty and act of fidelity to Holy Mother Church herself -- not to the person in the Office.

In all that is lawful and just, we assume his are valid Papal actions. In all that suppresses or damages the Faith and Tradition, we dissent....since even the best of Popes has no authority to do so.

On this point, Father Ripperger gave an excellent talk on "The Binding Force of Tradition" which I hope to post. Father explains that what was done in the name of Vatican II to suppress Tradition was a violation of the Faith -- and that no Pope or Bishop ever had or has the authority to block the preservation, transmission and passing on of Church Tradition. This should be self-evident, but apparently it's not for some Catholics.

This is what we continue to do.
Just me
@Ave Crux Thank you Ave Crux. But here is the problem with the Church judging him. They will never do it. Not while those evil men are there. Do you think the infiltrators who say black masses and worship satan, (or to the masons they call him lucifer), will stop that man or judge him in any way shape or form? No! Of course not. They are the ones to put him there in the first place. I am sure …More
@Ave Crux Thank you Ave Crux. But here is the problem with the Church judging him. They will never do it. Not while those evil men are there. Do you think the infiltrators who say black masses and worship satan, (or to the masons they call him lucifer), will stop that man or judge him in any way shape or form? No! Of course not. They are the ones to put him there in the first place. I am sure you have seen where I have mentioned how a rich stranger approached mccarrick and suggest bergoglio. That he can do it. He can change the Church in 5 years! Right there it is forbidden to have an outside influence for selecting a Pope. We have to think of those things before we think we should call him a Pope. He is not. He never will be either. Unless he has a re conversion back into The Holy Catholic Church. Or unless GOD Himself tells us to. Until then, I will never do it. I started to at one point, then stopped. What I think about is we may not have a Pope until after The Great Chastisement. It saddens me a little bit because I doubt I will be alive to see that. But I will go with happiness in my heart to know that Christ in the end will get back His Church and The Immaculate Heart of Mary will finally triumph!

I will find that video and show you how mccarick spoke about that meeting. And If I can, I will watch, force myself even to listen to Father Hesse's talk on how there can be no outside influence at all.
Ave Crux
@Just me Of course the current hierarchy won't judge him. But who said we need to rely on them....?

You are clearly a very devout soul who loves God and the Church a great deal. As a person of genuine faith....do you not believe that God will take care of this, and that as Catholics we simply wait for His Omnipotence to act?

In your completely justifiable indignation, you are actually acting …More
@Just me Of course the current hierarchy won't judge him. But who said we need to rely on them....?

You are clearly a very devout soul who loves God and the Church a great deal. As a person of genuine faith....do you not believe that God will take care of this, and that as Catholics we simply wait for His Omnipotence to act?

In your completely justifiable indignation, you are actually acting as though this is your responsibility because God doesn't seem to be doing anything! 😇

And secondly, there is still no need for us to claim we have passed a definitive juridical sentence ourselves. It's useless, to no effect, and the most solid Catholic position in times like these is to simply presume the alleged holder of the office is Pope as a matter of juridical formality and necessity. Because we can't possibly prove otherwise ourselves, nor does God expect us too....!

Be at peace....God will act. He doesn't need a corrupt hierarchy to straighten this out.
Ave Crux
@Just me P.S. I just ignore Pope Francis for the sake of my own sanity and peace of soul. I refuse to let him make me sick -- and that was indeed happening, until I just started ignoring him!

We need only Tradition, Magisterium, and the Deposit of Faith. For example, Traditionis Custodes was null and void before it was even published. No Pope can suppress what the Church has passed down to us …More
@Just me P.S. I just ignore Pope Francis for the sake of my own sanity and peace of soul. I refuse to let him make me sick -- and that was indeed happening, until I just started ignoring him!

We need only Tradition, Magisterium, and the Deposit of Faith. For example, Traditionis Custodes was null and void before it was even published. No Pope can suppress what the Church has passed down to us over centuries. And I ignore any other nonsense that comes out of his mouth.

We're in the Barque of the Church....await God's intervention with tranquility of soul, and with mourning over what is being done to the Spotless Bride of Christ by God's enemies.

Praying for you...!
Just me
@Ave Crux Thank you for praying for me. I really appreciate that more than you. I found the video. Go to 18 minutes and listen to him. That is a huge no no. And no worries, that man can not bother me any longer. I accepted the situation for what it is. What can I do? Nothing! It is the Bishops and Cardinals that should be doing something anyhow. And they are either part of the evil plot and …More
@Ave Crux Thank you for praying for me. I really appreciate that more than you. I found the video. Go to 18 minutes and listen to him. That is a huge no no. And no worries, that man can not bother me any longer. I accepted the situation for what it is. What can I do? Nothing! It is the Bishops and Cardinals that should be doing something anyhow. And they are either part of the evil plot and plans or they are weak or ignorant. Not strong enough to go against him and them. I ignore most things he does and says now anyhow. So that way, he can't get to me. I try to concentrate on Christ. He is the one I go to for answers, help, comfort and everything else when I can. As well as Our Holy Blessed Mother. GOD Bless you Ave Crux.

youtu.be/b3iaBLqt8vg

It will take me forever to look for the video where Father Hesse says, no outside influence allowed. It is hard for me to read and listen. But I will do it for you. So that way you know, from the very beginning he was not Pope. So even his actions and words mean nothing.
Ave Crux
@Just me Yes, there is evidence the Election could well have been irregular. And as I have said elsewhere, one could draw comfort from that possibility as being the very reason this Pope lacks the protection of the Office and is causing such doctrinal scandal -- as a wonderful Priest explained to me, putting my mind at ease about the mess he's creating.

I have never said that's not a possibil…More
@Just me Yes, there is evidence the Election could well have been irregular. And as I have said elsewhere, one could draw comfort from that possibility as being the very reason this Pope lacks the protection of the Office and is causing such doctrinal scandal -- as a wonderful Priest explained to me, putting my mind at ease about the mess he's creating.

I have never said that's not a possibility.

I only maintain that the most solid Catholic position one can hold in times such as these -- the position God expects us to hold until He makes the truth clearly manifest -- is that we can't know that with certainty until God does make it clear and it's definitive.

And how do we know this will happen? Because Our Lord promised His Church would prevail until the end of time; and the Church must continue as a juridical construct making up the Body of Christ.

If the Election was invalid, then God will certainly do something about it...!

I detest the confusion and errors this Pope occasions, and I find peace in simply ignoring them; but I don't presume to know what can't be known with certitude until God makes it known in a juridically established manner.

That's all.
Just me
@Ave Crux Oh! No, I do not think that at all. GOD doing nothing? May He strike me dead for ever thinking that. Not at all. What I believe and know is GOD is allowing all this to happen. And as I said, so many times before is, Christ is separating the sheep from the goats right now. He is watching and waiting for us to turn to him and "His" laws. Not men. Not their laws.

Doesn't the Pope have …More
@Ave Crux Oh! No, I do not think that at all. GOD doing nothing? May He strike me dead for ever thinking that. Not at all. What I believe and know is GOD is allowing all this to happen. And as I said, so many times before is, Christ is separating the sheep from the goats right now. He is watching and waiting for us to turn to him and "His" laws. Not men. Not their laws.

Doesn't the Pope have the title. Holy before it? What is so Holy about that man? "Nothing"! So therefore I will not call him Holy. Nor a Pope. That is all I am saying. If he is not Catholic, again, will not call him Catholic.

I can't remember which Apparition Our Mother said, GOD has turned His back on us. He is fed up with us. Not from a fake new seer. I don't get into any of them. Except for the little Mexican seer. I think she is wonderful. But those like luz, I stay far away from.

Of course Our Lord will do something. He also said, all truth shall be revealed. And if people refuse to see bergoglio is not Catholic nor the Pope, then there is plenty of proof out there. And...
The gates of hell shall not prevail. And why we will have The Great Chastisement. Then He will get back His Church.

Just keep away from that man and all the posts about the crazy disgusting things he does. That is what I do. Very seldom will I check out a few things from an article about him. Very seldom and just a few. I am not worried. I am not concerned. And I am not afraid of anything that is about to happen. I said it many times. I look forward to all that is about to go down. All of it. From man made disasters, to The Great Chastisement. Now, will I know I will remain that way? With the help of GOD. I am sure I will. It is my one desire to die for Our Lord. I wanted so much to be a Saint. Then I thought, ok, only Christ can make a Saint out of me. Then I thought, I will be Saintly. But I fell so many times, I now just hope and pray I am good.

By the way. I was not attacking you. I hope you didn't take it that way. You of all people on here, I would never do that to you. You seem like a truly beautiful person. I am very happy to learn from you and to see how much you love Christ, The Holy Catholic Church and of course. Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre. Now you know I can't forget that do you? 😊

It is all good. I am very happy. I really am. I am not afraid. I am not upset over the man. I just get concerned for others not thinking things through. Like a few on here. GOD Bless you Ave Crux. And Thank you.
Ave Crux
@Just me Not at all...! I did not think you were attacking me! In fact, I was only teasing you about thinking we need to act because it might seem as though God is doing nothing. 😇

Keep the Faith..as it is clear you do..... God will come to our rescue.

Have you read these prophecies about the Three Days of Darkness and how a new Pope will be chosen?

The following -- excerpted there -- is …More
@Just me Not at all...! I did not think you were attacking me! In fact, I was only teasing you about thinking we need to act because it might seem as though God is doing nothing. 😇

Keep the Faith..as it is clear you do..... God will come to our rescue.

Have you read these prophecies about the Three Days of Darkness and how a new Pope will be chosen?

The following -- excerpted there -- is from the prophecies of Elizabeth Canori Mora,

“The small flock of faithful Catholics who had taken refuge under the trees [shelter offered during the Chastisement and Three Days of Darkness] will be brought before Saint Peter, who will choose a new pope. All the Church will be reordered according to the true dictates of the holy Gospel. The religious orders will be reestablished and the homes of Christians will become homes imbued with religion."

As the article states: "[Her] writings were meticulously examined at length as a safeguard against doctrinal errors when Pope Blessed Pius IX authorized Elizabeth Canori Mora’s cause for canonization to proceed."

P.S. I assisted at a magnificent Sung Traditional Mass this afternoon and remembered you at the Consecration....!

God bless!
Just me
@Ave Crux Thank you so much for thinking of me. I appreciate that so much. How wonderful that was of you. Thank you so much. I have not read her prophecies yet. Just a bit. I have so much reading to do and it is so hard for me to do anything at all. I have to fight to do things. But I will. Soon I hope.
Dante Alighieri
Obviously, this is not a simple open and shut case: Just cite a reference, end of discussion. Furthermore, it is not some isolated, weird crack-pot conspiracy theory circulating around the Internet. It is real and it is BIG. And everyone, including Francis, knows it. It might even be true that Pope Francis is (and shall later be declared) an anti-Pope, perhaps after his death. As we see from …More
Obviously, this is not a simple open and shut case: Just cite a reference, end of discussion. Furthermore, it is not some isolated, weird crack-pot conspiracy theory circulating around the Internet. It is real and it is BIG. And everyone, including Francis, knows it. It might even be true that Pope Francis is (and shall later be declared) an anti-Pope, perhaps after his death. As we see from the other news of today, that Nancy is denied communion by Archbishop Cordileone, causing some other bishops to chime in in agreement, there may be more conservative bishops than we dare admit and who knows how they will make their will felt after Francis's demise.
Alex A
Won't we all, on GTV, be happy if it turns out your prediction comes true?
Cat Smith
Interesting theory. Pope Benedict is a genius and a modernist. Therein lies the mystery of his motives. Whether he used a code language or was simply in error is irrelevant. The resignation is invalid.