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While it has always been the case that fallen human beings are prone to both lying and believing lies, many of us have observed a remarkable increase in the propensity of seemingly intelligent people to believe preposterous lies in recent years. In many instances, those of us who have refused to believe those lies have been ostracized by family members, colleagues, and those we had considered friends. How, we must ask, do these otherwise normal people not only believe these preposterous lies but also defend them as though their lives depended upon it?

Any person who constantly participates in the Holy Mass hears and learns both the Greater Doxology, “Gloria in excelsis Deo…” (Luke 2: 14), and the Lesser Doxology, “Gloria Patri, et Filio et Spiritui Sancto.” Especially the latter is very often used in both the context of personal, private prayers, and during the Sacraments and Holy Mass. This fact faithfully mirrors the content of the Holy Scriptures, where the notion of „glory” appears hundreds (if not thousands) of times. As a comprehensive mystical synthesis of the entire Bible, the Apocalypse of Saint John emphasizes who is the rightful recipient of the glory:

“Thou art worthy, O Lord our God, to receive glory, and honour, and power: because thou hast created all things; and for thy will they were, and have been created.” (Apoc. 4: 11)

In his 1846 encyclical, Qui Pluribus, Blessed Pius IX charged the Church’s shepherds with protecting the purity of the Catholic Faith:

“So, in accordance with your pastoral care, work assiduously to protect and preserve this faith. Never cease to instruct all men in it, to encourage the wavering, to convince dissenters, to strengthen the weak in faith by never tolerating and letting pass anything which could in the slightest degree defile the purity of this faith.”

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The Communists, the anti-Gospel and the anti-Church

In the recent years of these turbulent times, the number of articles presenting the insights of Bishop Fulton Sheen regarding the anti-Christ has multiplied. His interest is particularly linked to the impact that the Marxist-Leninist ideology, globally spread by the Communist Party, had both before and after the Second World War. Speaking about the polarization that will characterize that final period of history before the second coming of our Lord, Jesus Christ, he seems to see in the “red” ideology the binding force that will unite all those who will form the (anti)mystic body of the ultimate enemy of the Savior. This is what he implies when he refers to those united in evil as “comrades in anti-Christ.” However, of the greatest interest is the description he proposed for the “son of perdition.” Presented for the first time in a radio broadcast on January 26, 1947, and later included in the texts collected in the volume Communism and the Conscience of the West published in 1948, he begins by emphasizing how the anti-Christ will not be:

“The Antichrist will not be so called; otherwise he would have no followers. He will not wear red tights, nor vomit sulphur, nor carry a trident nor wave an arrowed tail as Mephistopheles in Faust.”

Almighty and eternal God, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, we kneel before Your Majesty, and thank You from the depth of our soul for the inestimable gift of the Catholic Faith, which you have deigned to reveal to us through Jesus Christ, True God and True man. We received this divine light in holy baptism and have promised You to keep this faith inviolate until death.

Increase in us the gift of the Catholic Faith. By Your grace, may it be strengthened and made unshakeable. Daily increase in us the understanding of the beauty and profoundness of the Catholic Faith, that we might live in the deep joy of Your divine truth and be ready to sacrifice all things rather than compromise on or betray this faith. Grant us the grace to be resolved to undergo a thousand deaths for even one article of the Creed.

Graciously receive from us sinners an act of humble reparation for all the sins committed against the Catholic Faith by the laity and clergy, especially by high-ranking clergy who, contrary to the solemn promise they made at their Ordination to be teachers and defenders of the integrity of the Catholic Faith, have become champions of heresy, poisoning the flock entrusted to them and gravely offending the Divine Majesty of Jesus Christ, the Incarnate Truth.

Grant us the grace to see all the events of our life, and the immense trials our Holy Mother Church is now undergoing, in the supernatural light of faith. May we believe that You will cause to arise from today’s vast spiritual desert a renewed flourishing of faith that will adorn the garden of the Church with new works of faith and give rise to a new age of faith.

We firmly believe that the Catholic Faith is the one true faith and religion, which you invite every person freely to embrace. Through the intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the destroyer of all heresies, and the great Martyrs and Confessors of the faith, may the Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Faith triumph again in the Church and the world, so that no soul may be lost but rather come to the knowledge of Jesus Christ, the only Saviour of mankind, and through a right faith and righteous life attain eternal beatitude in You, O Most Holy Trinity, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. To You be given all honour and glory, for ever and ever. Amen.

+ Athanasius Schneider, Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Saint Mary in Astana

One of the prayers immediately before Communion in the Traditional Latin Mass expresses the profound desires of Catholics to be delivered from all that can separate us from God:

“O Lord Jesus Christ, Son of the living God, Who according to the will of the Father, through the cooperation of the Holy Ghost, hast by Thy death given life to the world: deliver me by this, Thy most sacred Body and Blood, from all my iniquities and from all evils; and make me always adhere to Thy commandments, and never suffer me to be separated from Thee. Who with the same God the Father and the Holy Ghost, livest and reignest, God, forever and ever.”

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Cardinal Timothy Dolan apologizes for the US Bishops over-the-top compliance with the covid lockdown. 

Bishop Joseph Strickland says that any attempt to sever the Latin Mass from the Church is an attack on the Catholic Faith. 

Cardinal Muller says bringing the Pachamama idols into St. Peters was a violation of God’s Law, and before he died, Cardinal Pell said that the upcoming Synod on Synodality is a toxic nightmare.

What’s going on here? Are the bishops waking up to the secret Catacombs Pact that Francis is trying to inflict on the Church?

Tonight, Catholic counterrevolution rising. 

Conference of His Excellency Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò
AT THE UNIVERSITÉ D’ÉTÉ ORGANIZED BY THE POLITICAL MOVEMENT CIVITAS

Not too long ago, English historian Tom Holland, an authority on the world of Late Antiquity, explained the conflict between the political Left and Right in the modern world as essentially a civil war between two branches of Christianity: the implication being that what we term The Left (progressivism, socialism, communism, “wokeism”, etc) is nothing more than a variant of Christianity – albeit one entirely  devoid of a supernatural dimension.[1]

Our Lord Jesus Christ established the Holy Catholic Church to safeguard and propagate the truths and graces He wants all men to accept so that they may honor God and save their souls. As a general matter, it is this fact, rather than our particular liking of Catholic teachings and practices, that leads most faithful Catholics to belong to the Catholic Church. As such, the most important thing we need from the Church’s hierarchy is the faithful transmission of those truths and sacraments that Jesus entrusted to His disciples.