Saturday, December 9, 2017

the new evangelization in Australia

Thanks to the reader who wrote, telling us to view the videos from the Australian Catholic Youth Festival (ACYF).  We couldn’t distinguish the ACYF from a protestant tent revival other than grown men dressed as bishops making fools of themselves and a priest with face paint on for adoration because the novus ordo’s adoration isn’t cool enough unless it has an aboriginal flair to it.  What passes for the faith in the Novus Ordo is an emotional laded experience with the participants dressed immodestly as they make a mockery of sacraments of the Church with their new, man-made, and ‘improved’ post-Vatican II versions.  How sad...

If one so wishes to watch this monstrosity in its fullness they can by clicking on the following links:

...otherwise one can watch the toned down highlight video and the two bishops videos below to get an idea of this travesty of the Catholic faith.

lowlights of the Australian Catholic Youth Festival

tsunami of grace

the present reality of the novus ordo mess 


  1. It's the End of the World as we know it...

  2. At the 2008 papal WYD Mass in Sydney, Australia, Pope Benedict XVI continued the tradition of his predecessor by denigrating the Real Presence. After the conclusion of the papal Mass, when the Pope and supporting Bishops and clergy had made their exodus, many of the sacred vessels were left unattended.

    A crowd descended on the unattended sacred vessels and, without scruples, began filling their bags, pockets and coats with the remaining Sacred Hosts while others stood by and watched. Still other members of the crowd dipped their fingers into the chalices filled with the Precious Blood in order to dab their foreheads with the contents.

    Stations of the Cross Changed for WYD-2008 The 13 New WYD Stations of the Cross:

    1: The Last Supper
    2: The Agony in the garden
    3: Jesus before the Sanhedrin
    4: Jesus before Pilate
    5: Jesus is whipped and crowned
    6: Jesus carries his cross
    7: Jesus helped by Simon of Cyrene
    8: Jesus speaks to the women of Jerusalem
    9: Jesus is stripped and nailed
    10: Jesus and the Good Thief
    11: Jesus speaks to Mary and John
    12: Jesus dies
    13: Jesus is buried
    The 14 Traditional Stations of the Cross:

    1 - Jesus condemned to death
    2 - Jesus takes up His Cross
    3 - Jesus falls 1st time
    4 - Jesus meets His mother
    5 - Jesus is helped by Simon
    6 - Veronica wipes Jesus' face
    7 - Jesus falls the 2nd time
    8 - Jesus speaks to the women of Jerusalem
    9 - Jesus falls the 3rd time
    10 - Jesus is stripped of His garments
    11 - Jesus is nailed to the cross
    12 - Jesus dies on the cross
    13 - Jesus is taken down from the cross
    14 - Jesus is laid in the tomb

    Aborigine Inculturation: two great miracles that occurred at this WYD-2008, which comes to an end today in Sydney. The first is that the skin and features of many of the Aborigines present were transformed into those of white men. Actually, as we can observe in these pictures, with the exception of a few, most of them look like normal white students in Sydney universities, some even displaying that kind of fatness characteristic of people who eat fast food.

    Woodstock Style Still Present at the Sydney WYD The disregard for Catholic Morals by both the organizers and the youth remained as complete as it was in the preceding WYDs. Indeed, there were no restraints on the behavior of non-married young couples, who continued to sleep together in close hair style, while a group of African youth frenetically moved to the rhythm of ecclesiastical rock performed by one of the many bands, such as the Franciscan duo

  3. Please take a look
    EMMA BONINO= GEORGE SOROS = Arcigay Naples, “The presence of the Vatican Nativity Scene for us is a reason to be even happier this year,” Antonello Sannini, president of homosexual activist group Arcigay Naples, told LifeSiteNews on Tuesday. “For the homosexual and transsexual community in Naples, it is an important symbol of inclusion and integration.”