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Abp. VIGANÒ : DILECTA MEA — About the HOLY APOSTOLIC MASS

@V.R.S. you are a genius (probably in your own eyes) that you think you know someone when you have only read a few of his comments. Again: I think you have a lot to learn in life.
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Abp. VIGANÒ : DILECTA MEA — About the HOLY APOSTOLIC MASS

you really are a wiseass.... you don't know me at all, you don't know my background nor my views and yet you already know how to classify me and say exactly where my lack of understanding lies, that I like 'subjectivism', etc, etc. And you think that you know better than anyone what Liturgy is, what Tradition is, what Faith is.... IMHO you have a lot to learn in life. May God bless you.
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Abp. VIGANÒ : DILECTA MEA — About the HOLY APOSTOLIC MASS

@V.R.S. When I read your comments, I think "could Pope Francis be right after all that the faithful who go to the "Holy Mass in the traditional Roman Rite of the Holy Church" consider themselves better Catholics than the rest? It seems so, but I don't want to generalize. There will be more humble "traditionalists" too. But your views do provide a great justification for Pope Francis to turn …More
@V.R.S. When I read your comments, I think "could Pope Francis be right after all that the faithful who go to the "Holy Mass in the traditional Roman Rite of the Holy Church" consider themselves better Catholics than the rest? It seems so, but I don't want to generalize. There will be more humble "traditionalists" too. But your views do provide a great justification for Pope Francis to turn against this attitude of faith.
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Please offer a Rosary today for the brave and faithful Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò on the occasio…

@Chat Chartreux Well, he is certainly in danger of becoming schismatic. I pray that Maria may protect him from that.
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Abp. VIGANÒ : DILECTA MEA — About the HOLY APOSTOLIC MASS

@Chat Chartreux I am not claiming that the Mass is an "idol." I am only saying that Bishop Vigano makes an idol of the Tridentine Mass by making this form virtually absolute. The Novus Ordo, celebrated reverently and without abuse, can just as well make sacramentally present the Sacrifice of Christ and spiritually nourish and strengthen the faithful.
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Abp. VIGANÒ : DILECTA MEA — About the HOLY APOSTOLIC MASS

@V.R.S. Horrified that I have not passed the judgment of your tribunal..... I still believe in the call to participate in the Sacrifice of Christ. However, I can imagine that someone who merely "attends" the Tridentine Mass cannot understand this.
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Abp. VIGANÒ : DILECTA MEA — About the HOLY APOSTOLIC MASS

@V.R.S. your comment shows how superficial you become when you exclusively attend the Tridentine Mass (and yes, also the faithful celebrate the Mass. It is not an exclusive affair of the priest, as you seem to assume).
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Abp. VIGANÒ : DILECTA MEA — About the HOLY APOSTOLIC MASS

Perfect example how one can make of something beautiful (the Tridentine Mass) an idol. I have never heard Mary speaking in one of her apparitions about the Tridentine Mass. She talks about reverence and faith, but nowhere about form. She calls for the Mass to be our most important moment of the day, but she never criticizes the Novus Ordo when it is celebrated in faith and reverence. John Paul …More
Perfect example how one can make of something beautiful (the Tridentine Mass) an idol. I have never heard Mary speaking in one of her apparitions about the Tridentine Mass. She talks about reverence and faith, but nowhere about form. She calls for the Mass to be our most important moment of the day, but she never criticizes the Novus Ordo when it is celebrated in faith and reverence. John Paul II and Mother Teresa (and many of her sisters) became saints while celebrating the Novus Ordo... I highly appreciate Msgr. Vigano in his analyses of the situation of the Church and the world, but his absolutism regarding the Tridentine Mass is an aberration.
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FATHER ALEXIS BUGNOLO on next year

Alexis Bugnolois not a priest. he calls himself a brother but is not an official member of any religious order anywhere. He proclaims the strangest theories about Pope Emeritus Benedict and Pope Francis and about the future of the world. Fortunately, he has now made this absurd prophecy so that it will soon become clear that he is a completely unreliable prophet.
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Vatican II Is A New Religion (Visual Proof)

According to the Most Holy Family Monastery, even Jesus would not pass the test of orthodoxy.
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Medjugorje: NO Recognised Miracles

Les Crispi I would recommend you go to Medjugorje without prejudice. That would mean not being guided by superficial reasoning. Since 1992, I have been to Medjugorje more than 50 times as a leader of pilgrim groups. I know the seers personally, as well as the Franciscan Fathers responsible for the parish of Medjugorje. I know the history from A to Z and I have witnessed many conversions and …More
Les Crispi I would recommend you go to Medjugorje without prejudice. That would mean not being guided by superficial reasoning. Since 1992, I have been to Medjugorje more than 50 times as a leader of pilgrim groups. I know the seers personally, as well as the Franciscan Fathers responsible for the parish of Medjugorje. I know the history from A to Z and I have witnessed many conversions and healings. None of this is a guarantee that my opinion of Medjugorje is correct, but to say that I am guided by the superficial is a bit ridiculous.
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Medjugorje: NO Recognised Miracles

@Les Crispi So many people, going to Medjugorje, yearning to get closer to Jesus and Mary, receiving God's love for making the effort and God does not enlighten them about the deceptive nature of the apparitions? What kind of God is that? God's ways are mysterious indeed, but not misleading.
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Medjugorje: NO Recognised Miracles

@Ave Crux: Maybe in an exceptional case someone cab receive graces in a place of false apparition or even in an complete pagan or anti-christian environment. Of course, God can grant graces anywhere. But the many graces of conversion etc., that occurs in Medjugorje would make God untrustworthy if the apparitions were false. It is of course no big deal for God to mislead people, but that is …More
@Ave Crux: Maybe in an exceptional case someone cab receive graces in a place of false apparition or even in an complete pagan or anti-christian environment. Of course, God can grant graces anywhere. But the many graces of conversion etc., that occurs in Medjugorje would make God untrustworthy if the apparitions were false. It is of course no big deal for God to mislead people, but that is against his nature. God is Love.
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Medjugorje: NO Recognised Miracles

@Les Crispi: That argument (often used) is so ridiculous. The devil is not able to bring forth true love for Jesus and Mary. Many people have found God and have started to live a sacramental life thanks to the Queen of Peace. Many authentic and lasting conversions (I witnessed many).... Not a trace of darkness!
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Medjugorje: NO Recognised Miracles

@Ave Crux: don't you think it is a strange god who uses false apparitions to grant graces. Would He cooperate in a fraud and so mislead people?
You don't have to doubt: Medjugorje is as authentic as Bethlehem.
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Medjugorje: NO Recognised Miracles

@philosopher: Fact is that the Congregation for the Causes of Saints considered the cases not scientifically inexplicable. I have experienced dozens of events (healings, conversions, signs) in Medjugorje that I consider completely scientifically inexplicable. Future will tell who sees it right... (The very fact that after 40 years Medjugorje still has millions of believers for whom the Queen of …More
@philosopher: Fact is that the Congregation for the Causes of Saints considered the cases not scientifically inexplicable. I have experienced dozens of events (healings, conversions, signs) in Medjugorje that I consider completely scientifically inexplicable. Future will tell who sees it right... (The very fact that after 40 years Medjugorje still has millions of believers for whom the Queen of Peace is the fulfillment of Faitima is in itself scientifically inexplicable).
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Müller: This Is not About Arguments But About "Intellectual and Moral Insanity"

@Jan Joseph: Inderdaad, hoogbegaafde intellectueel die Vaticanum II gewoon erkend.
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Francis' Words about the Archbishop of Paris and the Most Serious Sins. By Maestro Aurelio Porfiri

Pride and hatred are among the most serious sins, the pope said, and then describes in detail the sins of all of us, starting with Peter and ending with Archbishop Aupetit.

On the altar of hypocrisy there seems to be a lot of room, also for the rumors that the pope himself continues to nourish. How truthful is the behavior of a pope who denounces hypocrisy, but who himself does not seem to be …More
Pride and hatred are among the most serious sins, the pope said, and then describes in detail the sins of all of us, starting with Peter and ending with Archbishop Aupetit.

On the altar of hypocrisy there seems to be a lot of room, also for the rumors that the pope himself continues to nourish. How truthful is the behavior of a pope who denounces hypocrisy, but who himself does not seem to be embarrassed to publicly describe an archbishop caressing and massaging his secretary (insider knowledge of the pope?), without taking into account the bishop himself, but also not the listener, who does not even want to imagine such scenes and should now be glad that it did not come to sex, according to the motto "Everything is not so bad"?

Jesus must have exaggerated in the Sermon on the Mount when he said that you should cut off your right hand and throw it away if it tempts you to evil.