December 6th – the Day of Penance and Reparation

The day is upon us. The day of fasting and of prayer. A day to abstain from food and to drink only water. A day to pray prayers of penance and prayers of reparation. This is the day that the battle truly begins. This day will be remembered in infamy by the Catholic faithful. This is the day that evil will wince at our counter-attack, and tomorrow will retaliate against our advances sevenfold. This is the last day of lukewarm Catholicism – After today, there will be Catholics of the Body of Christ, and “catholics” of the world. Today lines will be drawn, and evil will be watching to know what side you are on.

Today we faithful stand against paganism, idolatry, Satanism and all evil that has infiltrated the church. We stand against those wolves in shepherd’s garments that accept money from abortionists and murderers. We stand against the homosexual Mafia. We stand against Abortion. We stand against birth control. We stand against the Sexual Revolution. We stand against Liberalism and Libertarianism. We stand against the unnatural and surgical alteration of the sexes. We stand against evil everywhere it has placed its filthy claws upon the Holy Bride of Christ. And stand we must, or we fall. *For wide is the gate and easy is the road that leads to perdition, but we choose the narrow gate and the untravelled path that leads to everlasting life. No longer can we be complicit in wickedness… Today we stand.

13 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. 14 How narrow is the gate, and strait is the way that leadeth to life: and few there are that find it!

Matthew 7:13-14 Douay-Rheims 1899 American Edition (DRA)

Until now, we have been tolerated, though sneered at. We have been accepted but the subject of disapproval. But tomorrow, evil will retaliate against the sanctity of our prayers and fastings. Evil will attack us openly and has already prepared the path for our persecution. The world with its culture of tolerance will begin to fight us full force, and we shall be hated even as our Lord was hated. Tomorrow we will begin the path that leads even unto death. But we will fear no evil, for in walking this path, we will be outside of time itself, walking the Via Dolorosa alongside our Saviour. He became like us to experience our sufferings, but soon we shall be like him and experience His. God help us. Holy Virgin, steady us. Joseph her chaste spouse, uphold us. May we be granted the grace to endure unto the end. Amen.

Why the Novus Ordo Church Cannot Condemn Traditionalists

The phrase “extra Ecclesiam nulla salus”, [based upon Mark 16: 15-16] meaning “Outside of the Church there is no salvation” bases itself upon Christ’s words that no one comes to the Father except through Him. Thus he is the invisible head of the Church, and the Pope is His vicar through apostolic succession from Peter who was given the keys and the power to bind and to loose, and his authority ins invested as a result of his being the visible head of the Church and the vicar of Christ on earth.

Thus, with the Pope as the visible head of the Church, it has been taught that submission to the Pope as the head of the Church, which is the only means of salvation is in and of itself, is a requirement for salvation.

…We declare, state and define that it is absolutely necessary for the salvation of all human beings that they submit to the Roman Pontiff.” – Pope Boniface VIII, BULL Unum Sanctum, 1302

However; Vatican II documents loosened the stance on Salvation by claiming that only those who knew that the Catholic Church was founded by Christ and refused to join would be damned. Furthermore, the Vatican II documents declared that if someone did not know the Gospel, they also could be saved through their good works.

CCC 846: “Basing itself on Scripture and Tradition, the Council teaches that the Church, a pilgrim now on earth, is necessary for salvation: the one Christ is the mediator and the way of salvation; he is present to us in his body which is the Church. He himself explicitly asserted the necessity of faith and Baptism, and thereby affirmed at the same time the necessity of the Church which men enter through Baptism as through a door. Hence they could not be saved who, knowing that the Catholic Church was founded as necessary by God through Christ, would refuse either to enter it or to remain in it.”

CCC 847: “Those who, through no fault of their own, do not know the Gospel of Christ or his Church, but who nevertheless seek God with a sincere heart, and, moved by grace, try in their actions to do his will as they know it through the dictates of their conscience – those too may achieve eternal salvation.”

And more recently, the present Pope in the Vatican told a child Emanuele, whose father, an atheist, had died: “God is the one who says who goes to heaven ”.

More recently, Francis wrote: “God’s mercy has no limits, if you go to him with a sincere and repentant heart, the issue for those who do not believe in God is to obey their conscience. Sin, even for those who have no faith, is when one goes against their conscience. To listen and to obey to one’s conscience means to decide oneself in relation to what’s perceived as good and evil. And this decision is fundamental to determining the good or evil of our actions.”

While it may seem simple on the face of things, one big problem arises with this softened stance. The Pope’s sole authority rests not on being a successor to Peter, but rather, on being the head of the only means to salvation. If the Church is no longer the only means to salvation and Jews and Muslims and Buddhists and Hindus and Protestants may be saved, then the Church is no longer relevant as a necessity to salvation. If the Church is no longer the only vehicle to salvation, then submission to the Roman Pontiff is likewise no longer a requirement to salvation. Thus, groups such as Sede Vacante that do not in any way acknowledge the Roman Pontiff, are in fact; valid Catholics. Groups such as SSPX which acknowledge the Pope but do not obey him, are not in a state of mortal sin. By softening the stance on salvation, the Pope tacitly confirms that his authority is limited and that anyone may obtain salvation through any faith (and possibly lack thereof) as long as they follow their conscience. In this way, the Novus Ordo Church has nullified any and all rights to condemn any Traditionalist group which has valid orders.

A Pious Reflection on the Latin Mass

INTRODUCTORY RITE

1Enters the SanctuaryEnters the Garden of Olives
2Begins prayers at the foot of the AltarBegins prayer in the garden
3Says the ConfiteorFalls down in agony, sweats blood
4Goes to the Epistle side of the AltarIs bound and as a prisoner, is lead to Annas
5Reads the IntroitIs falsely accused by Annas and blasphemed
6Goes to the middle of the Altar, recited Kyrie EleisonIs brought to Caiphas; is denied 3x by Peter
7Turns to the people and says “Dominus vobiscum”Looks at Peter and converts him
8Goes to the Missal and reads the Collect and EpistleIs brought to Pilate
9Goes to the middle of the Altar, then to the Gospel sideIs taken to Herod and mocked
10Returns to the middle of the AltarIs lead back to Pilate

OFFERTORY

11Uncovers the chaliceIs stripped of His garments
12Offers the bread and the wineIs scourged at the pillar
13Covers the chalice with the pallIs crowned with thorns
14Washes his hands at the Epistle side of the AltarIs declared innocent by Pilate
15Turns to the people and says “Orate Fratres”Is shown to the people by Pilate who says “Ecce Homo”
16Prays in a low voice the SecretIs mocked and spat upon
17Recites the Preface and the Sanctus – Bell is rungChrist is condemned; Barabbas is freed

CANON OF THE MASS

18Makes the Commemoration of the livingCarries the Cross to Calvary
19Blesses the bread and the wine with the sign of the cross 5xIs nailed to the Cross

CONSECRATION

20Consecrates the Host, adores and elevates ItChrist is raised on the Cross
21Consecrates the wine and elevates the chaliceBlood of Christ flows from His wounds
22Prays in a low voiceHongs on the Cross; sees his mother kneeling
23Says aloud “Nobis quoque peccatoribus”Prays for all mankind
24Says aloud the Pater NosterSpeaks the seven last words on the Cross
25Breaks the Sacred HostDies on the Cross
26Drops a particle of the Host into the chaliceChrist’s soul descends to Hades
27Recites the Agnus DeiChrist is acknowledged as the Son of God by those standing beneath the Cross

COMMUNION

28Receives the Body and Blood of ChristChrist’s body is laid in the sepulcher
29Cleanses the chaliceChrist’s body is anointed in the sepulcher
30Prepares the chalice on the Altar againRises from the dead
31Turns to the people and says “Dominus vobiscum”Appears to His Mother and Disciples
32Reads Communion and Post Communion prayersTeaches for forty days
33Turns to the people and says the last “Dominus vobiscum”Bids His Disciples farewell
34Says the “Ite Missa est”Commissions the Apostles to preach the Gospel and ascends into Heaven

DISMISSAL

35Gives the blessing to the peopleSends down the Holy Ghost on Pentecost
36Reads the last GospelIs preached and worshiped throughout the world as the Son of God made Man