"And I beheld, and heard the voice of one eagle flying through the midst of heaven,
saying with a loud voice: Woe, woe, woe to the inhabitants of the earth....
[Apocalypse (Revelation) 8:13]

Sunday, December 7, 2014

Latest From the Resistance...

Latest From the Resistance...

The Latest Recusant Newsletter for November/December:
"The Resistance is starting from scratch with virtually nothing in material terms; the one thing we do have is the right spirit. We must FIGHT to keep it that way, lest we risk losing it."

Please keep the Resistance priests and Seminarians in your prayers.
Our Lady of Mount Carmel (Boston, Kentucky)

Latest Sermons:
Fr. Chazal "Corruption of the Youth"

Fr. Hewko November 30th Syracuse, NY

Fr. Hewko November 24th Kansas City, U.S.A

Fr. Pfeiffer November 16th, Canada

Fr. Paul Kramer, Hindang (2014)

By: Fr. Chazal 
Dear Father Pfeiffer,
Happy birthday, and two years is not much, but little by little, then more and more, the work of the Archbishop will survive, as the never ending death pangs of the official Society continue. I am so happy that Fr Zendejas is lighting the burden for you in the US, even if, knowing you, you are going to open plenty of new venues again.
Your expression Taj Chazal was too beautiful to endure in time, so as I returned from my summer vacation journeys to Europe and America, I was signified by Julie Cordova to leave her property. All I want to remember is the great role she played for two years, enabling us to get started. Her strong temper enabled her to take us in without flinching, face down all obstacles, and she took good care of Fr Suelo when he was marooned at the hospital two years ago.

But we had to move on. I cannot expel seminarians on demand, even if they commit the irreparable fault of falling out with a powerful filipino Lola.
On your part, you are also freed from all expulsionnal charges, but you came and added another flavor of expulsion, as you probably would have been expelled sooner than I was....
 For more:

No Compromise with modernist Rome! Pray for their return unto the Faith with the abolishment of the Vatican II Revolution...

The Neo-SSPX accepts "95 percent" of the "council". 
As Catholics we cannot accept the evil Second Vatican Council at all and must reject it wholesale!

The See of Peter and the posts of authority in Rome are being occupied by anti-Christs, the destruction of the Kingdom of Our Lord is being rapidly carried out even in His Mystical Body here below… This is what has brought down upon our hearts persecution by the Rome of the anti-Christs. This Rome, Modernist and Liberal, is carrying on its work on the destruction of the Kingdom of Our Lord, as Assisi and the confirmation of the liberal theses of Vatican on Religious Liberty prove…” (Archbishop Lefebvre, Letter to the future Bishops, Aug 29, 1987)
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Pope Paul VI of unhappy memory was supposedly "beatified". The response from the SSPX General House, which appeared at the last moment, a mere 48hrs before the ceremony took place, is incredibly weak and insipid. Like the response to the so-called "canonisations" of John XXIII and John-Paul II last April, it leaves the reader wondering what the attitude of the SSPX towards these pseudo-canonisations actually is: do the accept them or not? It would seem that in spite of the complaints, the answer must be yes. The press release from Menzingen speaks of "serious reservations". What does that mean, if not ultimately acceptance? It is certainly not a condemnation...  

Response by Fr. Bruno:
More "watering down' from the Neo-SSPX
and their pseudo-trad counterpart, "the Remnant"
Pseudo-Trad Ecumenism at the latest Angelus Press Conference:
TLM Mass is Coke Classic; New Mass is the New Coke? And the Pseudo Trads in the Neo-SSPX do not think their minds will be tainted by such nonsense? this comes, of course, from the pseudo traditionalist newspaper...the Remnant.

Fr. Paul Kramer on Sedevacantism (Facebook-12/6/2014):
It would be a mistake to generalize about all sedevacantists, as if "they" (all of them) do not understand the dogma of infallibility; and as if "they" (all of them) were per se some kind of non-Catholic sect. 

If one has positive doubt based on credible evidence against the validity of the election of a papal claimant, or that such a one is a public heretic; then, according to all the approved commentaries on Canon Law, one who withdraws from obedience from such a "papa dubius" is not guilty of schism or disobedience. I have known some priests who were properly schooled in theology who made a morally and theologically legitimate case for their belief that the see is vacant. They felt bound in conscience to hold that position, which is their right in conscience to hold. I, on the other hand, do not yet believe that one must declare the see vacant; but that it suffices to point out that the doctrines and policies of the conciliar popes are opposed to Catholic doctrine and the Law of God; and that therefore they must be opposed and resisted, and their will must be thwarted (as St. Robert Bellarmine teaches). The case of heresy against Bergoglio/Ratzinger is overwhelming. They both clearly fall into the category of "papa dubius" at best. 

The only remaining question is resolving the issue of a "papa dubius": how such an issue is to be resolved remains an open question. Those who condemn all sedevacantists as schismatics or heretics have dogmatized their own opinions in the matter of an open question in the same manner as the "rabid sedes" who declare all who acknowledge Bergoglio or Ratzinger to be "apostates". In both cases we are confronted with an intolerant mentality that operates on the principle, "No salvation outside of my opinion".

1 comment:

  1. Some great thinking and teaching on sedevecantism we still have a Pope even if both are heretics...not formal heretics