"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]

Saturday, April 28, 2018



Founded in 1717, Freemasonry was condemned by Clement XII in his encyclical In Eminent of April 28, 1738, that is, 21 years after its founding.

As if this condemnation were not enough, the successors of Clement XII returned to the matter, constantly denouncing the Masonic sect and its doctrines. This repetition by which a Pope takes up what his predecessors said is of great importance. "When a Pope denounces or affirms something relying on the past, this reinforces his own word. (...) A doctrine that is taught in this way, a condemnation done in this way seems to be infallible," says Monsignor Lefebvre ( C' est moi l'accusé ... Editions Clovis, 2014, page 142).
As Father Guy Castelain of the Fraternity of St. Pius X points out, the simple encyclical In Eminenti already seems to imply pontifical infallibility, because in it the Pope speaks as the Supreme Pastor, clearly defining what should be observed, in a matter of faith. and morality, forcing all the faithful, without exception.
Among the most significant documents that followed those of Clement XII are the encyclicals: Provides (by Benedict XIV, 1751), Ecclesiam (by Pius VII, 1821), Quo Graviora (by Leo XII, 1826), Qui Pluribus (by Pius IX, 1846), Humanum Genus (de León XII, 1884). It was not, however, only in these encyclicals that the Church spoke and condemned Masonry. The "Sommaire de Théologie Tomastique", published in 1969 by the "Editions de Bien Public", Canada, indicates the impressive number of 200 documents of the Church that mentioned Masonry. The book "Les enseignements originaux des popes sur la Franc-maçonnerie de 1717 ò us jours", éditions Téqui France, brings the text of almost 30 of them.
But what is the purpose that Masonry proposes to be the object of such condemnation? Its purpose, Leo XIII tells us, is to completely destroy all religious and social order born of Christian institutions. Destroy the religious and social kingdom of Christ the King, that is, destroy all supernatural order and establish an order based on naturalism, not to say in Satanism because that is where this venture that prepares the coming of Antichrist will end.
St. Pius X, from the first encyclical of his pontificate, describes the plan of these obstinate unfortunates: " Really, the people rebel and the nations plot the futile plans against their Creator." Hence the almost universal cry of the enemies: Move away from Therefore, in public and private customs we do not have any account of the sovereignty of God. "
Is not that what we see today not only in civil society, but also in the conciliar church?
What will be the result of this combat made against God that will reach its paroxysm in the advent of the Antichrist?
"Indeed, no one in his right mind," wrote Saint Pius X, "can doubt it. Man can abuse his freedom, violate the right and the supreme authority of the Creator; however, victory is always on God's part. The ruin is closer to man, the more boldly rises up waiting for the triumph. These warnings make us the same God in the Holy Scriptures. God closes his eyes to the sins of men, but suddenly, waking up like a man whose drunkenness will increase his strength, he will break his enemies' heads so that everyone recognizes that the king of the whole earth is God and the peoples understand. who are no more than men. "E Supremi Apostolatus, 4-10-1903.
Thus it will be finished or by the final judgment (or by something that will precede it) this kingdom of the Antichrist prepared by the secret societies.
May Mary Most Holy keep us under her protection in these days of affliction.