Sunday, October 19, 2014

Venerable Paul VI is now Blessed Paul VI, soon to be Saint Paul VI?


Source: Sbyvl, #POPRAH

4 comments:

  1. I like your posts because I can post them on facebook without being tagged as some kind of pontificating traditionalist Catholic nut. Your photos of Oprah must bring home more succintly and cogently to my NO relatives and friends the extent of the debasement of the Catholic Church after Vatican II than any long theological text. I grieve to see the Pope mocked but it must be done, and Francis is a much better target than the faux traditional heretic Benedict XVI.
    I am a pre-vatican II Catholic and I remember how the Church once was and I remember my catechism. It is so hard trying to explain this to Catholics catechised after Vatican II.
    I am battling with so-called "traditional catholics" at the moment to convince them
    that the FSSPX and CMRI are just as heretical as the NO Church in their ecumenical beliefs regarding baptism of desire and invencible ignorance. It doesn't matter how many times I refer to the Dogmas of the Church they still won't beliveve me when I say that before Vatican II, all Catholics were taught to believe and believed in the doctrine of Extra Ecclesiam Nulla Salus.

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  2. "I grieve to see the Pope mocked but it must be done, and Francis is a much better target than the faux traditional heretic Benedict XVI."

    All of the post-Pius XII "popes" are heretical antipopes. The current V2 sect is not the Catholic Church, either.

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  3. http://www.padrepioandchiesaviva.com/Paul_VI_Beatified_.html

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  4. If Pope Pius XII really authorised the publication of the heretical 1949 letter which for the taught the evolution of the dogmas baptism of desire and then he was just as bad as any of the post Vatican II popes. That letter was the final nail in the destruction of the Catholic Church which lead to Vatican II and the ecumenical heresies. Dom Lefebvre taught that the 1949 letter was orthodox.
    http://www.ewtn.com/library/curia/cdffeeny.html
    http://iteadthomam.blogspot.com.br/2010/09/modernism-vs-neo-modernism-what-is.html

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