Saturday, September 30, 2017

the false conservative Cardinal Raymond Burke shows his true modernist colors


Burke is a modernist — don’t let the ornate vestments or his dubia signature fool you!


Cardinal Burke, once again, revealed his modernist character at the Sacred Liturgy Conference which took place in Medford, Oregon this past July. We at Call Me Jorge... became aware of Cardinal Burke’s comments when Cathy Olson posted on the topic on facebook (see below). 


Now, thanks to Louie Verrecchio of akaCatholic, one can listen to the actual words as they roll off the lips of the ‘conservative on the outside, modernist on the inside’ Burke.  Readers of this blog shouldn’t be surprised by Burke’s comments as in the past this Doctor of Canon Law had to be corrected by the Vatican — that no, a male who has a sex-change into a female cannot become a nun — as well as sits on the board of the Association of Hebrew Catholics and praises their good works — spreading the fables and superstitious magic from the Kabbalah, the Talmud, and the anti-Christian master-race Tanya.  Few know that Burke one day “envisages the merg[ing] into one single rite of the Novus Ordo such as approved by Paul VI and the Tridentine Mass, as allowed by Benedict XVI in the Summorum Pontificum.”  A big thanks to Cathy Olson and Louie Verrecchio for breaking this story!  And now onto Raymond the Rabbi’s words... ‘the sacraments of the SSPX are valid but it’s not good for one to go there — instead go to an Indult.’



MODERATOR: Is it ever licit to attend and receive Communion at a Pius X liturgy? If there are there no other reverent Masses within reasonable distance. Can this fulfill the Sunday obligation?
[Archbishop Sample, who was also on the panel, defers to Cardinal Burke.]
CARDINAL BURKE: The, despite the various arguments surrounding the question, the fact of the matter is that the Priestly Society of St. Pius X is in schism since the late Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre ordained four bishops without the mandate of the Roman Pontiff.
And so it is not legitimate to attend Mass or to receive the sacraments in a church that’s under the direction of the Priestly Society of St. Pius X.
Having said that, we, part of the kind of general confusion in the Church has also entered into this question because the Holy Father has given the priests of the Priestly Society of St. Pius X faculties to celebrate validly marriages, licitly and validly. But there is no canonical explanation for it, and it is simply an anomaly.
And, also Pope Benedict XVI, before his abdication, he lifted the excommunication of the four bishops who were ordained without the papal mandate, but, he, they hadn’t, the requirement for having an  excommunication lifted is that a person has withdrawn from his contumacy and now desires to be fully reconciled with the Church but in fact that hasn’t happened, and so that’s another bit of an anomalous situation
They’re no longer excommunicated, but they’re also not in regular communion with the Catholic Church.
And so the whole thing is very complicated, but I would say to you that, I don’t think it’s a good sign to receive sacraments in the Priestly Society of St. Pius X because that’s not helping them to, first of all, the sacraments are not celebrated licitly. They’re valid, there’s no question about it if the priests are validly ordained, but it’s not a, it’s a countersign to the communion of the Church. Instead we should be encouraging the members of the Priestly Society of St. Pius X to be reconciled with the Church.
In fact, I think that Fr. Saguto could confirm this, I know it was the case both in Lacrosse and in St. Louis where there were apostolates of the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest for those desiring the rites of the Church according to the ancient usage, many, many people who had been going to the Priestly Society of St. Pius X were reconciled and returned to the Church.
And I say that if instead we simply go freely to those Masses [of the FSSPX] and so forth that are celebrated, what encouragement does that give to them to be reconciled with the Church?
source: akaCatholic, BREAKING: Cardinal Burke slams FSSPX

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10 comments:

  1. For a churchman to mistake a castrated man to be a woman is already bad enough. To have allowed an emasculated man to be a nun until the Vatican had to step in shows how warped his thinking is. To think that some thought he would make a good pope. Oh please! Lol!

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  2. So basically all of our prelates are useless and/or harmful? Is there none who can lead us to salvation?

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  3. https://radiocristiandad.wordpress.com/2009/10/29/la-doctrina-de-las-relaciones-entre-la-iglesia-y-el-estado-frente-al-laicismo-4-de-5/

    LA DOCTRINA DE LAS RELACIONES ENTRE LA IGLESIA Y EL ESTADO FRENTE AL LAICISMO (4 DE 5)
    Publicado el Jueves 29 octubre 2009 por Fabian Vazquez
    Primera Parte

    Segunda Parte

    Tercera Parte

    Por el P. Juan Carlos Ceriani

    ChristKing

    E: EL LAICISMO Y LA IGLESIA CONCILIAR

    Queda claro, pues, que todos los papas, hasta el Concilio Vaticano II, son unánimes en condenar el laicismo.

    Una gran la impiedad se realizó cuando lo que quiso pasar por el Magisterio de la Iglesia adoptó en el Concilio Vaticano II el principio del laicismo del Estado por medio de la Declaración sobre la Libertad Religiosa; cuando se aprobó la norma de la protección del Estado a los adeptos de todos los cultos por igual.

    Esto demuestra hasta qué punto las ideas liberales han penetrado la propia Iglesia… hasta sus más altas esferas.

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  4. ¿Promulgación" de la Nueva Misa?

    Antes de ir a la Sacrosanctum Concilium del Vaticano II debo señalar que, si leemos muy perspicazmente el decreto Missale Romanum del Papa Paulo VI, veremos que allí él jamás decretó, jamás promulgó el nuevo Rito de la Misa en reemplazo del antiguo Rito. De hecho, nunca, en absoluto, promulgó esta Misa, propiamente hablando.

    En una de mis conversaciones con Mons. Salvatore Lazo le señalé. "Excelencia, se debe ser muy perspicaz cuando se leen estos documentos, porque son tramposos. Parecen insinuar e implicar una cosa, sin establecerla. Tienen la apariencia de decretar algo con fuerza de ley, pero si los observa con mucho cuidado, nada es decretado allí". Mons. Lazo me respondió: "pero la Curia Romana, los dicasterios... ellos son nuestros padres espirituales. Nuestra relación para con ellos es de piedad filial, de hijos padres. No podemos esperar de ellos un engaño, tener que tomar la precaución de leer con extremo cuidado sus documentos". Pero más tarde se enfureció, porque finalmente se dio cuenta de que "se aprovecharon de nuestra piedad filial y nos engañaron".

    En el Vaticano II se dijo solemnemente, (respecto a lo que luego sería el así llamado Misal Romano, que no contiene el Rito Romano sino el Rito de Paulo VI): "lo que nosotros hemos decretado entrará en vigor el 30 de noviembre del año próximo". Ahora bien, la gente lee y entiende, como lo hicieron más de 30 años atrás: "Lo que nosotros hemos decretado tendrá fuerza de ley a partir del 30 de noviembe del año próximo. O sea, que este misal será la ley de la Iglesia. Este es el misal que tendremos que usar de noviembre del año que viene en más". Pero esa es la impresión que querían crear. Sin tomar la responsabilidad de firmar una verdadera legislación que lo ordenara.

    Luego si se relee el documento entero... ¡Léanlo entero nuevamente! ¿Qué es lo que se decreta? ¿Qué es lo que realmente ese documento decreta? ¿Qué es lo que tan solemnemente se dijo tendría fuerza de ley a partir del 30 de noviembre? Hay precisamente dos decretos en la constitución apostólica Missale Romanum de Paulo VI. El Papa decreta que se imprimirán tres nuevas plegarias eucarísticas en el libro. Decreta cuales han de ser las palabras de la consagración que han de figurar en las cuatro plegarias eucarísticas. Esto es lo único que decreta en todo el documento, así llamado "Misal Romano". Léanlo cuidadosamente. Verán que nada más se decreta allí en todo el documento. El Nuevo Rito de la Misa no es promulgado en ese decreto.

    Vean, como contrapartida, la Bula Quo Primum Tempore de Pío V… esto es una promulgación. De aquí en más, a perpetuidad, este misal ha de ser usado por todos los sacerdotes en todas las iglesias del Rito Romano, en todas las casas religiosas… con la excepción de aquellos ritos con más de 200 años de antigüedad, todo otro misal ha de ser descartado. Bien, esto es lo que llamamos una legislación. El Missale Romanum de Paulo VI meramente presenta un libro y decreta sobre unas nuevas oraciones que han de imprimirse en dicho libro… no hay nada de naturaleza disciplinaria en él. El nuevo misal no ha sido prescripto para ser usado por nadie. No hay autorización alguna para el uso del misal del Paulo VI.

    http://panoramacatolico.info/articulo/el-suicidio-de-la-alteracion-de-la-fe-en-la-liturgia

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  5. The Catholic Church is currently occupied by a modernist sect. This sect constitutes a newchurch, or "conciliar church."

    Modernism has pervaded all areas of the Church, so that concilarism has taken hold and replaced Catholicism.

    Most Catholics nowadays don't understand this, though; and as such, they are not necessarily responsible. But Cardinal Burke should know better. Fr. Saguto should, too.

    M. Ray

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  6. Even "Churchmilitanttv" is reporting on this "news".
    https://www.churchmilitant.com/news/article/cdl-burke-sspx-in-schism

    Birds of a feather. The lot of them.

    Ironically, If Burke were "Pope" of the Novus Ordo, he would cease any "indults" granted to the SSPX by Frankie.
    This is the Remnant's "Allied Cardinal in the Vatican II Church".

    Controlled "opposition". The NO wants to have a diversity of "catholics" within it's heretical rainbow which makes up its false religion.

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  7. He's a doubtful "Priest" and an even more doubtful "Bishop".

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  8. Burke has never failed me.......he's as lib-mod as any other NO presbyter neo-bishop. Je just has a penchant for dressing up and appearing traddie.

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  9. The ICKSP and FSSP are ordained by doubtful Novus Ordo "Bishops".
    So much for the Traditional Sacraments Mr.Burke.

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