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Pope Francis sending money to Mexican congregations to help migrants

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  1. plankton67

    The current so-called “Pope” has led me to Sedevacantism.
    That said, consider that the accelerating schisms in America are mirrored elsewhere. See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H6LYj49SDP4&feature=youtu.be
    And wonder, who could (((possibly))) benefit from such trends?

    • Berglander

      Shekels Unlimited.

    • Since you’re watching/reading Southfront; I wonder if you’re familiar with this YouTube channel? https://youtu.be/vFl6NtUqlHE Starting 5 years ago, she was providing English subtitles of combat footage just hours after it occurred.

    • After struggling with the issue, I too have reached the same conclusion.

      The evidence from the conclaves supporting the “Siri Hypothesis,” the surfeit of heresy, and the never-abrogated Cum ex Apostolatus Officio crush the arguments against sedevacantism.

      Never wanting to be complacent in such a serious decision, I recently read Fr. Chazal’s book against sedevacantism, but found it unconvincing. It reads like something from Bracken or Aesop, a.v., a pound each of denial and ad hominem (ad hominem by design, the book is named Contra Cekadam, “Against [Fr.] Cekada”) scrambled with a few illogical assertions and seasoned with a dash of smug hysteria.

      If Bergoglio is truly Pope, the gates of hell have prevailed and that cannot be. http://judaism.is/st.-francis-on-francis.html

      “And I say to thee: That thou art Peter; and upon this rock I will build my church, and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it.”
      Matthew 16:18

      Adjutorium notrum in nomine Domini.

      • Bonaventure

        After struggling with the issue, I too have reached the same conclusion.

        An erroneous conclusion, nonetheless. God writes straight, but sometimes with crooked lines. This is no different. Do not lose the forest for the trees.

        • I am open to fraternal correction.

          In the case of Bergoglio, there are three sedevacantist lines of evidence against him:
          (1) his manifest heresies that, according to the never-abrogated Cum ex Apostolatus Officio, automatically deprive him of office without any need for any formal proceedings or declaration.
          (2) the Team Bergoglio lobbying before the conclave canonically disqualified him from the Chair
          (3) the irregularities of Ratzinger’s “resignation,” the novelty of an “emeritus” Pope, disallow there being a second living Pope.

          I have posted the evidence on (1) and (2) here: http://judaism.is/st.-francis-on-francis.html (3) demands that one believe Ratzinger ever was a Pope. I do not, so have not spent any significant time or thought on that line of evidence.

          If you have counter-evidence, I am all ears, my Catholic brother.

        • One can’t be a Pope unless one is a Catholic. Bergoglio isn’t even a Christian. Similarly, you can’t be say, Irish, unless you are White. Anything else (in both cases) is simply legalism. Remember the guy who said, “The Spirit saves but the letter killeth.”? He was friends with the guy who said, “Woe unto you Lawyers and Pharisees.”.

          But we can talk about the sons of barren women and square triangles if you want to. Or fire that gives neither light nor heat. As the American Indians say, language was a gift from the Great Spirit to human beings – a gift that is often abused. Lawyers make a living at it. As did the Pharisees. As did the Sophists of Ancient Greece whom Plato and Socrates hated.

      • Peter went to Rome, like we went to the Moon. The traditions of men (seek to) make void the Word of God.

        • …except that a mountain of historical evidence contradicts you.

          St. Peter’s residence and death in Rome are established beyond contention as historical facts by a series of distinct testimonies extending from the end of the first to the end of the second centuries, and issuing from several lands.

          • That the manner, and therefore the place of his death, must have been known in widely extended Christian circles at the end of the first century is clear from the remark introduced into the Gospel of St. John concerning Christ’s prophecy that Peter was bound to Him and would be led whither he would not — “And this he said, signifying by what death he should glorify God” (John 21:18-19, see above). Such a remark presupposes in the readers of the Fourth Gospel a knowledge of the death of Peter.

          • St. Peter’s First Epistle was written almost undoubtedly from Rome, since the salutation at the end reads: “The church that is in Babylon, elected together with you, saluteth you: and so doth my son Mark” (5:13). Babylon must here be identified with the Roman capital; since Babylon on the Euphrates, which lay in ruins, or New Babylon (Seleucia) on the Tigris, or the Egyptian Babylon near Memphis, or Jerusalem cannot be meant, the reference must be to Rome, the only city which is called Babylon elsewhere in ancient Christian literature (Revelation 17:5; 18:10; “Oracula Sibyl.”, V, verses 143 and 159, ed. Geffcken, Leipzig, 1902, 111).

          • From Bishop Papias of Hierapolis and Clement of Alexandria, who both appeal to the testimony of the old presbyters (i.e., the disciples of the Apostles), we learn that Mark wrote his Gospel in Rome at the request of the Roman Christians, who desired a written memorial of the doctrine preached to them by St. Peter and his disciples (Eusebius, Church History II.15, 3.40, 6.14); this is confirmed by Irenaeus (Against Heresies 3.1). In connection with this information concerning the Gospel of St. Mark, Eusebius, relying perhaps on an earlier source, says that Peter described Rome figuratively as Babylon in his First Epistle.

          • Another testimony concerning the martyrdom of Peter and Paul is supplied by Clement of Rome in his Epistle to the Corinthians (written about A.D. 95-97), wherein he says (chapter 5): “Through zeal and cunning the greatest and most righteous supports [of the Church] have suffered persecution and been warred to death. Let us place before our eyes the good Apostles — St. Peter, who in consequence of unjust zeal, suffered not one or two, but numerous miseries, and, having thus given testimony (martyresas), has entered the merited place of glory”. He then mentions Paul and a number of elect, who were assembled with the others and suffered martyrdom “among us” (en hemin, i.e., among the Romans, the meaning that the expression also bears in chapter 4). He is speaking undoubtedly, as the whole passage proves, of the Neronian persecution, and thus refers the martyrdom of Peter and Paul to that epoch.

          • In his letter written at the beginning of the second century (before 117), while being brought to Rome for martyrdom, the venerable Bishop Ignatius of Antioch endeavours by every means to restrain the Roman Christians from striving for his pardon, remarking: “I issue you no commands, like Peter and Paul: they were Apostles, while I am but a captive” (Epistle to the Romans 4). The meaning of this remark must be that the two Apostles laboured personally in Rome, and with Apostolic authority preached the Gospel there.

          • Bishop Dionysius of Corinth, in his letter to the Roman Church in the time of Pope Soter (165-74), says: “You have therefore by your urgent exhortation bound close together the sowing of Peter and Paul at Rome and Corinth. For both planted the seed of the Gospel also in Corinth, and together instructed us, just as they likewise taught in the same place in Italy and at the same time suffered martyrdom” (in Eusebius, Church History II.25).

          • Irenaeus of Lyons, a native of Asia Minor and a disciple of Polycarp of Smyrna (a disciple of St. John), passed a considerable time in Rome shortly after the middle of the second century, and then proceeded to Lyons, where he became bishop in 177; he described the Roman Church as the most prominent and chief preserver of the Apostolic tradition, as “the greatest and most ancient church, known by all, founded and organized at Rome by the two most glorious Apostles, Peter and Paul” (Against Heresies 3.3; cf. 3.1). He thus makes use of the universally known and recognized fact of the Apostolic activity of Peter and Paul in Rome, to find therein a proof from tradition against the heretics.

          • In his “Hypotyposes” (Eusebius, Church History IV.14), Clement of Alexandria, teacher in the catechetical school of that city from about 190, says on the strength of the tradition of the presbyters: “After Peter had announced the Word of God in Rome and preached the Gospel in the spirit of God, the multitude of hearers requested Mark, who had long accompanied Peter on all his journeys, to write down what the Apostles had preached to them” (see above).

          • Like Irenaeus, Tertullian appeals, in his writings against heretics, to the proof afforded by the Apostolic labours of Peter and Paul in Rome of the truth of ecclesiastical tradition. In De Præscriptione 36, he says: “If thou art near Italy, thou hast Rome where authority is ever within reach. How fortunate is this Church for which the Apostles have poured out their whole teaching with their blood, where Peter has emulated the Passion of the Lord, where Paul was crowned with the death of John”. In Scorpiace 15, he also speaks of Peter’s crucifixion. “The budding faith Nero first made bloody in Rome. There Peter was girded by another, since he was bound to the cross”. As an illustration that it was immaterial with what water baptism is administered, he states in his book (On Baptism 5) that there is “no difference between that with which John baptized in the Jordan and that with which Peter baptized in the Tiber”; and against Marcion he appeals to the testimony of the Roman Christians, “to whom Peter and Paul have bequeathed the Gospel sealed with their blood” (Against Marcion 4.5).

          • The Roman, Caius, who lived in Rome in the time of Pope Zephyrinus (198-217), wrote in his “Dialogue with Proclus” (in Eusebius, Church History II.25) directed against the Montanists: “But I can show the trophies of the Apostles. If you care to go to the Vatican or to the road to Ostia, thou shalt find the trophies of those who have founded this Church”. By the trophies (tropaia) Eusebius understands the graves of the Apostles, but his view is opposed by modern investigators who believe that the place of execution is meant. For our purpose it is immaterial which opinion is correct, as the testimony retains its full value in either case. At any rate the place of execution and burial of both were close together; St. Peter, who was executed on the Vatican, received also his burial there. Eusebius also refers to “the inscription of the names of Peter and Paul, which have been preserved to the present day on the burial-places there” (i.e. at Rome).

          • There thus existed in Rome an ancient epigraphic memorial commemorating the death of the Apostles. The obscure notice in the Muratorian Fragment (“Lucas optime theofile conprindit quia sub praesentia eius singula gerebantur sicuti et semote passionem petri evidenter declarat”, ed. Preuschen, Tübingen, 1910, p. 29) also presupposes an ancient definite tradition concerning Peter’s death in Rome.

          • The apocryphal Acts of St. Peter and the Acts of Sts. Peter and Paul likewise belong to the series of testimonies of the death of the two Apostles in Rome.

        • “The traditions of men (seek to) make void the Word of God.”

          Luther had to void more than seven books of the Word of God to foist Protestant “traditions of men” upon the world.

          None of the man-made “traditions” void the Word of God’s commands to obey Apostolic Tradition:

          • Therefore, brethren, stand fast; and hold the traditions which you have learned, whether by word, or by our epistle. 2 Thessalonians 2:14

          • And we charge you, brethren, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that you withdraw yourselves from every brother walking disorderly, and not according to the tradition which they have received of us. 2 Thessalonians 3:6

          • But there are also many other things which Jesus did; which, if they were written every one, the world itself, I think, would not be able to contain the books that should be written. John 21:25

          • And He said to them: Go ye into the whole world, and preach the gospel to every creature. Mark 16:15

          • And the things which thou hast heard of me by many witnesses, the same commend to faithful men, who shall be fit to teach others also. 2 Timothy 2:2

          • Now I praise you, brethren, that in all things you are mindful of me: and keep my ordinances as I have delivered them to you. 1 Corinthians 11:2

          It should be clear that Scripture is “profitable” [2 Timothy 3:16], just not everything that Jesus taught the Apostles and Disciples.

      • Yes, I as well. Fr Cekada’s is a Professional and easily handles the various bar fighters who come up against him. The Remnant won’t even let his name be mentioned, so often has he trounced them.

        You can work the other way too: The Seat is “occupied” as in ZOG occupied America; occupied by a fraud and a destroyer.

  2. hmmm. not one story about this pope sending money to Christian victims and refugees all over the world.
    unfortunately, this pope is the embodiment of the decline of the west.

  3. I’m telling you all need to read Operation Gladio. All the popes and church leaders have been funding
    This shit and more for decades.

    • lastmanstanding

      No offense brother, but once one is awake to the possibilities of where the money goes, there is no reason to read this stuff anymore…albeit it is good reading.

      Just nothing surprises me anymore. I don’t believe everything that I read but can find certain lessons or information for future reference from it.

      I just don’t have time from March to Dec. Food to grow, meals to share, money to make, hunting to do, helping those in my hood, etc. I get a lot done in the winter as well. Preparing for our future…whatever that means lol!

      I spent a fair amount of time in Penn’s Woods growing up. If you ever want to check out Montana, let me know.

      Peace and blessing to you my Pa. brother.

      • Tnx Lms,
        Appreciate the offer to visit Montana, awesome spot indeed my Brother!
        I’ve grown up here in Penns Woods myself, central Appalachian coal regions specifically. Molly Maguires.
        My reading is mostly done in winter months. I too work the rest of the time doing the same things as you all. My Awokeness was a decade ago meeting the fine man and author of this site as well as a few others, my scales indeed have fallen, and most important, He has Risen!
        Blessings to you and all as well.

  4. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on FOR GOD AND COUNTRY.

  5. Johnny Paratrooper

    “The Peasant’s War 1524-1526”


    Catholicism is a lie.

    There is no purgatory in the Bible.

    There is no mandatory tithe in the Bible.

    There is no pope in the Bible.

    There is no Confession in the Bible

    There is no ban on wives for clergy in the Bible.

    There is no divine rights in the Bible.

    I was born Catholic.

    But the Peasant Warriors of 1525 are correct.

    The Roman Catholic Church is a fucking fake institution.

    The Pope is, and always has been, the Devil or a False Prophet.

    • “There is no purgatory in the Bible.”

      Purgatory appears in both the Old Testament and the New Testament. The verses do not literally say “purgatory,” but the verses describe the need to pray for the dead for their cleansing and purification, of being “in the dark” until God brings the dead “into the light,” the need for perfection, etc.:

      “It is therefore a holy and wholesome thought to pray for the dead, that they may be loosed from sins.”
      2 Maccabees 12:46

      “There shall not enter into it any thing defiled, or that worketh abomination or maketh a lie, but they that are written in the book of life of the Lamb.”
      Apocalypse 21:27

      Cleansing and purification are necessary. Purgatory is simply the name for the temporary state of purification for those who have died in a state of grace, but who still have lingering imperfections that warrant cleansing (e.g., venial sins, earthly attachments, self-will).

      Notice that even in the Old Testament it was taught to pray for the dead. If the deceased went to hell for an eternity, why pray? Those in hell cannot be helped. If the deceased went directly to heaven for an eternity, why pray? Those already in Heaven do not need our help. So, why pray for the dead? Because those who die in a state of grace, still need to be cleansed.

      “It is therefore a holy and wholesome thought to pray for the dead, that they may be loosed from sins.”
      2 Maccabees 12:46

      See also:
      Leviticus 26:41-43
      Isaias 4:4; 6:5-7; 33:11-13
      Micheas 7:8-9
      Habacuc (Habakkuk) 1:13
      Zacharias 9:11
      Matthew 5:25-26, 48; 12:32-36; 18:34-35
      Luke 12:58-59; 16:19-31
      1 Corinthians 3:10-16
      2 Corinthians 5:10; 7:1
      Philippians 2:10-11
      Hebrews 12:14, 29
      James 3:2
      1 Peter 3:19; 4:6
      Apocalypse 5:3; 21:7


      • Bonaventure

        Al… there are some that can be saved; others, not so much. I applaud your attempt, but for someone such as JohnnyP who claims to have such a great grasp on his surroundings, this rant indicates otherwise. Like tFat, there is no talking sense to someone this far gone. Such demons can not be cast from thence, except for by prayer and fasting. See, e.g.,:

        Then Jesus answered and said: O unbelieving and perverse generation, how long shall I be with you? How long shall I suffer you? bring him hither to me. And Jesus rebuked him, and the devil went out of him, and the child was cured from that hour. Then came the disciples to Jesus secretly, and said: Why could not we cast him out? Jesus said to them: Because of your unbelief. For, amen I say to you, if you have faith as a grain of mustard seed, you shall say to this mountain, Remove from hence hither, and it shall remove; and nothing shall be impossible to you. But this kind is not cast out but by prayer and fasting. Matt.17:16-20

        • You are right, but, as when I exhort other invincibly ignorant and professed irredeemables, the intended listener is the fence-sitter, the quiet one who has not yet imbibed a lethal dose of poison.

          The scriptural and historical evidence may immunize a fence-sitter when some agent of the devil tries to soul-kill the fence-sitter with Judeo-Luciferian poisons.

      • LeaderOfTheBanned

        You catholic apologists are as bad as the Mormons. Both of you are cults masquerading under a thin veneer of Christianity, teaching total heresy and inventing your own theology that has nothing to do with scripture.

        Catholicism is Satan’s greatest creation.

        • I posted 26 Biblical proof texts of the existence of Purgatory, then you claimed such Catholic theology has “nothing to do with scripture.”
          Go figure.


          • Johnny Paratrooper

            I was born Catholic. And went to Catholic School for 12 years.

            I have nothing against Catholics. My entire family are socialism loving Catholics.

            However, Thanks to Catholics, we are being Invaded by Homosexual Third World Communists.


            Find the word Purgatory in the Bible.

            It’s heaven or hell.

            Peasants all over Europe fought a war for 200 years once the Bible was in print.

            The fucking Germans started the whole thing you damn dingus.

            I thought you worshiped German culture?

            Lutheran, Anabaptists, and Protestants exist for a reason dummy.

            And not because they are wrong.

            Holy Fucking Shit (Pun Intended)

            Where is T-fat?

            Even that Atheist can read and write and understand history.

            • You were born into a Catholic family. You were baptized Catholic. Knowing your approximate age, you went to Novus Ordo schools that had the fraudulent signage “Catholic” and so you were never catechized in the Catholic Faith, only the fraudulent, Judaized, Protestantized simulacrum of the Novus Ordo. You tout “understanding history” while displaying an abysmal ignorance of the relevant history of the subversion and occupation of the Church.

              Here are some historical research leads for you:

              The word “Eucharist” does not appear in the Bible, but is described in all the Biblical narratives of the Last Supper and the necessity of the Eucharist for eternal life is described in John 6:54. Do you deny the Holy Eucharist because only the descriptions are used in the Bible?

              Similarly, the word “Purgatory” does not appear in the Bible, but is described in the 26 Biblical proof texts of the existence of Purgatory, verses that I cited above. Do you deny Purgatory because only the descriptions—and not the English word—are used in the Bible?

              Is lesbianism OK because the Bible doesn’t condemn lesbianism by the English name, but only describes the heinous sin? Do you think the Bible was written in English? …that the Apostles preached the Word of God in English? …that things that are described in the Bible are not real unless they are named in English?

              Why did Luther et al. rip more than seven entire books from the Bible?

              Is ripping more than seven entire books from the Bible “voiding the Word of God”?

    • “There is no mandatory tithe in the Bible.”

      There is no mandatory tithe in Catholicism.

      • a follower

        In the Bible:
        He is not always talking about those in the grave.
        There are many who are physically alive and yet dead inside to the Truth and the light. We are to pray for these.
        Paul is an example of this.

        • Indeed, Catholics pray for the living and the dead.

          “It is therefore a holy and wholesome thought to pray for the dead, that they may be loosed from sins.”
          2 Maccabees 12:46

      • Johnny Paratrooper

        Is it 1525?

        Also, Catholicism has a 501c3 right?


        I thought they were there own state?

        Why do they get special treatment?

        Because the entire religion is about lies, half truths, false quotes, a false bureaucracy.

        How did the church graduate such faggots and liars and queers?

        FYI, I know the religion is mostly OK.

        But get real.

        • Unable to rebut the BIBLICAL evidence against your numerous erroneous personal interpretations, you attempt to change the subject.

          How “progressive” of you!

          All this time you’ve been boasting about how you hold the line against intellectual frauds at school.

          Now we have insight into the reality.

          You need some quality time with SFC! If there is any hope for your eternal soul, he will be God’s vehicle.

    • “There is no pope in the Bible.”

      There is a pope in the Bible.

      And I say to thee: That thou art Peter; and upon this rock I will build my church, and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it. And I will give to thee the keys of the kingdom of heaven. And whatsoever thou shalt bind upon earth, it shall be bound also in heaven: and whatsoever thou shalt loose upon earth, it shall be loosed also in heaven.
      Matthew 16:18-19

      The Bible is clear that St. Peter had primacy over the other Apostles.

      • St. Peter is mentioned 161 times in Scripture, more than any other Apostle.
      • St. Peter was the spokesman for the Apostles. Matthew 19:27, Acts 1:15, 2:14
      • St. Peter led the flock at the birth of the Church at on Pentecost. Acts 2:14
      • The Apostles were referred to as “Peter and they that were with him” Luke 9:32, “Peter and …the rest of the Apostles” Acts 2:37, and “Peter and the apostles.” Acts 5:29
      • St. Peter was given the authority to forgive sins before the rest of the apostles. Matthew 16:18
      • St. Peter was always named first, even “the first,” when the apostles were listed. Matthew 10:1-4, Mark 3:16-19, Luke 6:14-16, Acts 1:13
      • St. John ran ahead of St. Peter to the tomb but upon arriving he stopped and did not go in. St. John waited in deference to St. Peter, and let St. Peter go in first. John 20:4-6
      • St. Peter alone of the Apostles stepped out of the boat in the middle of the storm, even though they were all afraid they would die in the storm. Matthew 14:29
      • Our Lord commissioned St. Peter to “feed my lambs…tend my sheep… feed my sheep.” John 21:15-17 Our Lord had promised the spiritual supremacy to St. Peter at Matthew 16:19; and here in John 21:15-17 Jesus fulfilled that promise, by charging him with the superintendency of all his sheep, without exception; and consequently of his whole flock, that is, of his one and only Church.
      • “Simon, Simon! Remember Satan has asked for you [plural in the original Greek], to sift you all like wheat. But I have prayed for you [singular in the original Greek, hence Peter alone] that your faith may never fail. You [singular in the original Greek, hence Peter alone] in turn must strengthen your brothers.” Luke 22:31-32

      Incontrovertible history also proves the papacy.

      The papacy was established by Jesu Christ, True God and True Man, while the Apostles were still alive. The Apostles who walked and talked face-to-face with Jesus The Apostles neither rebelled nor spoke against the papacy. St. John the Apostle submitted to 4 popes in his life (St. Peter, St. Linus, St. Anacletus, St. Clement I) without one word against them. St. Clement’s letter in about 95 A.D. exercised his papal authority against a troublesome faction in Corinth. The Corinthian Christians, like the Apostles, respected and obeyed papal authority then and after.

      For 16 centuries Christians accepted and submitted to the office of the papacy as both Biblical and historical.


    • “There is no Confession in the Bible”

      Sacramental Confession is in the Bible.

      “He said therefore to them again: Peace be to you. As the Father hath sent me, I also send you. When He had said this, He breathed on them; and He said to them: Receive ye the Holy Ghost. Whose sins you shall forgive, they are forgiven them; and whose sins you shall retain, they are retained.” John 20:21-23

    • “There is no ban on wives for clergy in the Bible.”

      The unmarried clergy is a changeable discipline of the Church. The unmarried clergy is NOT an unchangeable dogma of the Church. In fact, the Church has had small numbers of married clergy.

    • “There is [sic] no divine rights in the Bible.”

      There are Divine Rights in the Bible.

      Jesus founded one Church (singular, not plural, in Matthew 16:18), a visible Church with Divine Rights to govern (Matthew 16:19 & 18:18), teach (Matthew 28:19-20), and sanctify (Matthew 28:18-19; John 20:23). Divinely and logically consistent with His commissions, Jesus founded one Church, singular, with one central authority (Matthew 16:19 & 18:18), a visible organized society (Mark 4:11), and called for oneness of doctrine (John 17:11, 21-23).

    • “I was born Catholic.”

      Nobody is born into Catholicism. We are baptized into Catholicism.

      Unfortunately, not all baptized Catholics are well and thoroughly catechized. Catechizing our children is a serious duty of parents.

    • Bonaventure

      There is no purgatory in the Bible.

      See: https://www.fisheaters.com/purgatory.html

      There is no Confession in the Bible

      See: https://www.fisheaters.com/penance.html

      There is no ban on wives (sic) for clergy in the Bible.

      See; https://www.fisheaters.com/priestlycelibacy.html

      Also, your continual use of the Protestant “in the Bible” rube, or rather, the erroneous Luther-inspired doctrine of sola scriptura (which was the true cause of the German Peasant’s War you cite) carries no weight. See: https://www.fisheaters.com/solascriptura.html

      The following prayer is said with the intention that you repent and revert to the one True Church.

      Kyrie, eleison.
      Christe, eleison.
      Kyrie, eleison.
      Christe, audi nos.
      Christe, exaudi nos.
      Pater de caelis, Deus, miserere nobis.
      Fili, Redemptor mundi, Deus, miserere nobis.
      Spiritus Sancte Deus, miserere nobis.
      Sancta Trinitas, unus Deus, miserere nobis.
      Sancta Maria, ora pro nobis.

      Sancte Joseph, ora pro nobis.
      Proles David inclyta,
      Lumen Patriarcharum,
      Dei Genetricis Sponse,
      Custos pudice Virginis,
      Filii Dei nutricie,
      Christi defensor sedule,
      Almae Familiae praeses,
      Joseph justissime,
      Joseph castissime,
      Joseph prudentissime,
      Joseph fortissime,
      Joseph oboedientissime,
      Joseph fidelissime,
      Speculum patientiae,
      Amator paupertatis,
      Exemplar opificum,
      Domesticae vitae decus,
      Custos virginum,
      Familiarum columen,
      Solatium miserorum,
      Spes aegrotantium,
      Patrone morientium,
      Terror daemonum,
      Protector sanctae Ecclesiae,
      Agnus Dei, qui tollis peccata mundi, parce nobis, Domine.
      Agnus Dei, qui tollis peccata mundi, exaudi nobis, Domine.
      Agnus Dei, qui tollis peccata mundi, miserere nobis.

      Constituit eum dominum domus suae.
      Et principem omnis possessionis suae.

      Deus, qui in ineffabili providentia beatum Joseph sanctissimae Genetricis tuae Sponsum eligere dignatus es, praesta, quaesumus, ut quem protectorem veneramur in terris, intercessorem habere mereamur in caelis: Qui vivis et regnas in saecula saeculorum. Amen.

    • Not all Jesus’ teachings were written down—the Bible says so. Jesus commanded “preach,” not “publish.” By the Protestant “Bible only” standard, the first three centuries of Christians were wrong because they obeyed oral tradition. Go figure.

      The irony is this—the only bridge between Jesus Christ on Earth and the bowdlerized Protestant “Bible” today is… (angelic trumpets here)… oral tradition, the very same oral tradition that Protestants despise and ridicule.

      Sola scriptura is self-contradictory (“Believe the Bible… except when it rejects Protestant theology”) and so invalidates Protestantism. Sola scriptura is completely inconsistent with the timeline: The only complete Scriptures at the time of Jesus and the Apostles were in the Septuagint. Jesus refers to the Old Testament in, for example, John 5:39. How could Jesus or the Apostles insist on believing only the Old Testament? …or New Testament written sources that had not yet been put to paper? “Don’t believe anything we preach, except what is later going to be put down on paper.” A truly nutty doctrine.

      Sola scriptura is not scriptural.

      • Therefore, brethren, stand fast; and hold the traditions which you have learned, whether by word, or by our epistle. 2 Thessalonians 2:14
      • And we charge you, brethren, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that you withdraw yourselves from every brother walking disorderly, and not according to the tradition which they have received of us. 2 Thessalonians 3:6
      • But there are also many other things which Jesus did; which, if they were written every one, the world itself, I think, would not be able to contain the books that should be written. John 21:25
      • And He said to them: Go ye into the whole world, and preach the gospel to every creature. Mark 16:15
      • And the things which thou hast heard of me by many witnesses, the same commend to faithful men, who shall be fit to teach others also. 2 Timothy 2:2
      • Now I praise you, brethren, that in all things you are mindful of me: and keep my ordinances as I have delivered them to you. 1 Corinthians 11:2 He delivered them by word and epistle.

    • thesouthwasrght

      Johnny gets it.

      “I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh to the father but by me.” Jesus lays it out, all one need do is pick it up. But Man has to add all kinds of BS to it for power and profit and that is where the heinous, child raping catholic carnival comes in.


    The Archdiocese of San Bernardino used to give tuition breaks to the Mexicans attending the Catholic Schools. This was due to the fact that they were popping out beanlets by the dozen, therefore increasing the number of potential mackerel-snapper donors for the Archbishop’s mortgage on his new mansion, at that time(early 1990’s). Whites need not apply. Saw it with my own eyes when I lived in Riverside.

  7. Anybody seen Hexo around today? Someone a Jew hater shot up a synagogue in his turf, San Diego Ca “John Ernest” 19year old, white truck. Used an ar15 style rifle.

    A border patrolman stopped him.

    On FOX right now.


    • “a border patrolman stopped him”

      (((they)) musta put that Synagogue of Satan right on the border.

      wasn’t Haxo though: he favors M1a.

      Fox? Now owned by (((Eisner/Disney))), and so

      even more full of kosher lies than before.

      • I’m pleased to here it wasn’t you who shot the place up. Welcome home.

        M1A great rifle. Mine are all m-14 e models. Selectors removed.

        Have a great day, I’m going to.


    • More details, some 19 y/o shot a few of the most virulent haters of non-Jews. I condemn both haters, both perpetrators.

      Chabad is the largest of the genocidal Master Race sects of Judaism. http://judaism.is/chabad-and-aipac.html

      Proof that Chabad teaches, “Kill even the best of Gentiles… in a time when Jews have control over the Gentiles.”: http://judaism.is/images/full%20size%20kill550x648.jpg?crc=3894507051

      Murder, including mass murder, genocide, is a heinous sin.


      Dirk: Maybe Professor Raoul X has been hanging around that area. After all of my research and experience as a Peace Officer and soldier, especially in dealing with MI types, there is no doubt in my mind that MK Ultra is working overtime here in Amerika.

  8. Step dad just texted, 2500 more criminal illegals released in Las Cruces N.M. Today, wow a lot of expense and grief. Things be crazy this summer,
    Obama’s Fast and Furious armed mex cartels and 100’s of thousands invaders every month, be prepared…….

  9. Land of Enchantment ??
    Land of Entrapment…….

  10. 173VietVet

    Isn’t this what the media refers to as a “ Papal Bull”…..?????

    Jest askin…..

  11. Shinmen Takezo

    Welcome everyone to the concept of “Liberation Theology.”

  12. god is a lie.

  13. just add violence

    the pope is just another jewish a**hole flapping his mouth.

  14. Berglander

    Better subscribe to PewDiePie

  15. Bonaventure

    Isn’t it cute how Bracken will call out the mooslim and the Catholic, but never (((them))).

    • Matt Bracken

      Bravely Typed The Anonymous Keyboard Nazi Coward.

      • Berglander

        Yeah, you made up an acronym. We know. Congratulations.

      • BTTPSG.
        Bravely Typed The Protected Shabbos Goy.

      • Bonaventure

        Ouch. That hurts.

      • Bravely typed the ostrich like MB before scurrying back to his sooper sekret freezoxee safe space. Widely boasting having been placed in time out by zuckbook, he heaps scorn upon those prescient enough not to reveal themselves fully, while flat out refusing to engage in debate with those who do use their own names. Such bravery! Such derring-do!

        Naught-see! Naught-see!

      • just add violence

        I’m sick of how f**kin’ clueless you are Bracken.

        You will NEVER defeat the enemy because you do not know who they are.

        He’s a clue for you… it ain’t the commies, or the liberals, or the democrats, or Antifa nor the left. That’s all tools of the jew and fully admitted by them.

        Wake up man. Stop being so naive.

  16. Camacho2020

    So when does the US declare The Vatican to be a Sponsor of Terrorism?

    I wonder how long it will be until someone-or a few American someones, decide to stake out a well traveled corridor and simply stop an entire column of invaders with a hail of lead? (Or how long it will be until a false flag of same is pulled off like Las Vegas?)

  17. a follower

    When nations that have been blessed by God, turn away from Him, there are consequences.
    He will bring our enemies against us. We will be invaded both from within and outside our borders.
    Are we to stand up to Him in defiance? The answers are in many of our homes, why not look there?

    • “When nations that have been blessed by God, turn away from Him, there are consequences.”

      When individuals that have been blessed by God turn away from Him, there are consequences.

      Social and Personal Reign of Christ the King!

    • dude

      get some help

  18. Who the Hell does he think he is to demand that we admit a tsunami of barefoot illiterates with diseases that have been eradicated at great effort? Not only that but we are expected to put them all on welfare and sign them up to vote Democrat. I don’t think so, Frank. Why don’t you invite them all to move in with you at The Vatican? The overflow can go to the Peoples’ Republik of Kalifornia and live with Malibu Babs Streisand.
    Oh, and to the Cholo grabbing his crotch: Cago en tu madre pendejo!
    FTW, Rev

  19. Holy mackeral Al (**rim shot**)! How long did those scholarly epistles take to enter?
    After reading such well informed missives supporting each POV with Biblical citations, all I can say is that I don’t follow any particular set of dogmas or rules set forth as a formal “religion.” I accept the Gift of God’s Grace made available by King Yeshua and ask the Holy Spirit in His name to hold me close. The Bible is a reliable guide to how we should treat people an live our daily lives. Read it and ask the Holy Spirit for guidance.
    As a serious question to Al and other Catholics what do you think of the Pope’s embrace of Crislam? I find it Book of Revelation scary.
    “The pope’s new logo shows a New Age style cross that is encircled about with the crescent moon of Islam, with the colors of yellow and white for the Vatican, and red and green for Islam. That, my friends, is not only the pope’s new logo, it will also serve as the official logo for Chrislam.” From link.
    Can you follow the Pope when he expounds such apostate ideas? See the link.
    Christianity and Islam are fundamentally incompatible.
    That is Medieval savagery. Embracing Islam as a kindred faith is beyond my ken.

  20. lastmanstanding

    OT…interesting interview @ http://www.usawatchdog.com with Kevin Shipp.

    It’s an hour long but if you don’t have anything going on to major, you can listen to it in the background. It’s snowing here this morn and the yellow buttercups are blooming like crazy and the grass is green as can be.

    Spring in the Rockies…70 and sunny on Friday…Snowy and cold today.

    Think I’ll throw another log on the fire.

    L 19…check in when you can.

  21. St.Maur1066

    The key point starts at the 10:30 mark. How Rome was infiltrated by “workers”.
    Sound familiar? The “War” has already started. The year was 1965. No one took the roman’s swords from them. The internal rot conquered them.