Tuesday, April 30, 2019

While Christians are massacred and persecuted around the world...


“Above all, may [Martin de Porres] encourage you to practice your profession in a Christian style, treating customers with kindness and courtesy, and always offering them a good and encouraging word, avoiding giving in to the temptation of gossip that can easily creep into your work environment, as we all know.”




The Great “Rabbi Bergoglio” has spoken!


One has to wonder if Francis became aware of the epidemic of gossiping among hair stylist and barbers when he began offering free haircuts to the homeless in the colonnade of St. Peter’s Square? Will Francis put the Swiss Guards on the case whose mission has been reconstituted by him, ‘to combat gossip’.


Rome burns and Francis fiddles.


Monday, April 15, 2019

Notre Dame burns


“They have set fire to thy sanctuary: they have defiled the dwelling place of thy name on the earth” (Ps 73:7)


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“On Golgotha, Mary faced the complete denial of that promise: her Son was dying on a cross like a criminal. In this way, triumphalism, destroyed by the abasement of Jesus, was likewise destroyed in the heart of his Mother. Both kept silent.” — Francis during his Palm Sunday homily








This is highly symbolic in many ways...

Monday, April 8, 2019

the new evangelization in Wisconsin #3


Watch Fr. Justin Lopina make a mockery out of 
the sacrament of confession for his amusement. 



The reason for the dumbing down and mockery of the Catholic faith will become apparent to readers when Justin ‘the Talmud loving priest’ Lopina returns in the new evangelization in Wisconsin #4.


Related:

It’s logical to conclude that the Vatican has a homosexual problem, when one finds tourist brochures such as this one block away in Rome.


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Related:




The Cuckoo Sings Again


Mr. William Edward Moran preaching to the birds, “David Hewko is deposed, defrocked, and excommunicated by us.”



Mr. Moran, “In addition, because of lies and misleading the faithful we must tell you that you may attend the Masses and receive the sacraments of Fr. Poisson whom we have certified and guaranteed as being a valid priest due to conditional ordination. You may not attend the sacraments of those where there is a doubt. And most especially David Hewko is deposed, defrocked, and excommunicated by us. He actually excommunicated and defrocked himself according to the most ancient canons of the Holy Apostles.” (6 minutes 21 seconds of video)


One question remains...

Does “us” include Fr. Pfeiffer and Pablo the ‘exorcist’?



Monday, April 1, 2019

Francis’ solution to problems caused by Vatican II is more liberalism


The insanity continues...





English transcript of Francis’ in-flight 
press conference from Rabat to Rome

Francis: I am thankful for your company, the trip, your work. It was challenging because one day and a half and so many things, right? And thank you for your work and now I am at your service.

Alessandro Gisotti: Clearly, as always, as is tradition, we start with the local media. Siham Toufiki, do you want to ask the question in English, as you like.

Siham Toufiki, MAP: I will ask in French … There were very powerful moments. This visit was exceptional, historic for the Moroccan people. What are the consequences of this visit for the future, for world peace, for coexistence in the dialogue between cultures?
Francis: I will say that now there are flowers, the fruits will come later, but the flowers are promising. I am happy because in these two journeys I have been able to talk much about what is in my heart -- peace, unity, fraternity. With Muslim brothers and sisters, we sealed this fraternity in the Abu Dhabi document, and here in Morocco, with this we have all seen a freedom, a welcome, all brothers with such great respect, and this beautiful flower of coexistence, a beautiful flower that is promising to bear fruit.
We must not give up. It is true that there will be still be difficulties. There will be many difficulties because unfortunately there are fundamentalist groups. This too, I would like to say clearly: in every religion there are always fundamentalist groups, who do not want to go forward and [who] live with bitter memories of past struggles and seek more war and also sow fear; and we have seen that it is more beautiful to sow hope. Sowing hope is holding hands, always forward.

We have seen, even in the dialogue with you here in Morocco that bridges are needed, and we feel pain when we see people who prefer to build walls. Why do we feel sad? Because those who build walls will end up being prisoners of the walls they build. Instead, those who build bridges will go forward. Building bridges, for me, is something that goes almost beyond human because it takes great effort.

I was very touched by a sentence in the novel, “The Bridge on the Drina,” by Ivo Andrić. He says that the bridge is made by God with the wings of angels so that men can communicate … so that men can communicate. The bridge is for human communication. And this is beautiful and I saw it here in Morocco. It is beautiful. Instead of walls that are against communication -- they are for isolation and those that build them will become prisoners of those walls. So, a summary: the fruits are not seen, but we see so many flowers that will bear fruit. Let’s move forward like this.

Gisotti: Holy Father, Nicolas Seneze from La Croix will now ask his question, perhaps Cristina Cabrejas can get closer so that we save time.

Nicolas Seneze, La Croix: Good evening, Holy Father. Yesterday the King of Morocco said he will protect Jewish Moroccans, and Christians from other countries who live in Morocco. This begs the question: what about the Muslims who convert to Christianity? I wanted to know if you are concerned about these men and women, who risk prison, or death in some Muslim countries, like the Emirates, which you visited. And also a question that is a bit sneaky, which is about Cardinal Barbarin, who was born in Rabat, which you visited for two days.
Francis: And a question?

Seneze: It is a bit tricky, I know, but this week the councils of the Diocese of Lyon voted almost unanimously that a lasting solution be found to his retirement (leave of absence). Setting aside {inaudible} of the cardinal, I wanted to know if it is possible for you, who are very attached to the synodality of the Church, to hear this appeal of a diocese that has such a difficult situation? Thank you.

Francis: The first was what?

Seneze: Muslims who convert to Christianity.

Francis: I can say that in Morocco there is freedom of worship, there is religious liberty, there’s liberty of belonging to a religious creed. Then, freedom always develops, it grows. Think of us Christians 300 years ago, if there was this freedom that we have today. The faith grows in the awareness, the ability to understand itself. A monk from among you, a Frenchman, Vincent of Lérins, in the 9th or 8th century [Ed. 5th century] coined a beautiful expression to explain how you can grow in the faith, better explain things, grow also in morality, but also remaining faithful to your roots. He said three words that precisely mark the way. He said that growing in explication and in understanding of the faith and morality must be “annis scilicet consolidetur, dilatetur tempore, sublimetur aetate,” that is, it must be strengthened in years, enlarged in time, but it is the same faith, and sublimated in years.

So, we understand, for example, that today we in the Church have removed the death penalty from the Catechesim of the Catholic Church. Three hundred years ago, heretics were burned alive. Because the Church has grown in moral conscience, respect for the person, and freedom of worship. We too must continue to grow. There are people, Catholics, who do not accept what the Second Vatican Council said about freedom of worship, freedom of conscience. There are people who don’t accept it. Catholics. Also we have this problem. But, the Muslim brothers also grow in conscience. In some countries, they don’t understand well or they don’t grow like in others.

In Morocco, there is this growth. In this frame, there is the problem of conversion, some countries still don’t see it. I don’t know if it’s prohibited, but the practice is prohibited. Some countries like Morocco don’t make problems - they’re more open, more respectful, they seek a certain way of proceeding with discretion. Other countries with whom I’ve spoken say, “We have no problem, but we prefer they do the baptism outside of the country and they return Christians.” But, there are ways of progressing in the freedom of religion and the freedom of worship.

But something else is concerning to me: the regression of us Christians when we take away freedom of conscience. Think of the Christian doctors and hospital institutions that do not have the right of conscientious objection, for example, for euthanasia. How? The Church has moved on and you Christian countries go backwards? Think of this because it is a truth. Today, we Christians have the danger that some governments will take away our freedom of conscience, which is the first step toward freedom of worship. The response isn’t easy. But, let’s not accuse Muslims. Let’s accuse ourselves also in these countries where this happens. It is a shame.

Then, on Cardinal Barbarin. He, a man of the Church, has submitted his resignation, but morally I cannot accept it because juridically, but also in the classic global jurisprudence, there is a presumption of innocence during the time the cause is open. He made an appeal and the cause is still open. Then, when the second tribunal gives its verdict, we’ll see what happens. But, he always is to have the presumption of innocence. This is important because it goes against the superficial media condemnation. What does the global jurisprudence say? “He did this.” But look, what does the judge say, what does the global jurisprudence say? That if a case is open, there is the presumption of innocence. Maybe he is not innocent, but there is the presumption.

Many times… Once I talked about this problem referring to Spain, how the media condemnation ruined the lives of some priests who were then judged innocent. Before making a media condemnation, think twice. I don’t know if I answered. And, [Barbarin] preferred, honestly… “I will retire away, take a voluntary leave and let the vicar general manage the diocese until the moment the tribunal makes a final decision.” Understood? Thank you.

Gisotti: Okay, I ask you all for brevity and just one question to respect all of the language groups. There is Cristina Cabrejas of EFE that asks her question, meanwhile Michael Schram of ARD if he can prepare. Please, Cristina.

Cristina Cabrejas, EFE: Good evening, Pope Francis. I will ask the question in Italian. In yesterday's speech to the authorities, you said that the migration phenomenon is not resolved with physical barriers, but here in Morocco, Spain has built two barriers with sharp blades to cut those who want to overcome it. You met some of them in a few meetings and President Trump these days said he wants to completely close the borders and suspend aid to three Central American countries.

Francis: First of all, what I said a moment ago, the builders of walls, whether made of barbed wire that cuts with knives or bricks, will become prisoners of the walls they make. First. History will show this.

Secondly, Jordi Evole, when he interviewed me, he showed me a piece of that wire with the knives. I’ll tell you sincerely, I was moved. Then, when he left I cried. I cried because so much cruelty doesn’t enter into my heart and my head. Watching people drown in the Mediterranean doesn’t enter into my heart and my head, blocking ports doesn’t enter. This isn’t the way to solve the grave problem of immigration. I understand, a government with this problem has a “hot potato” that needs to be resolved in another way.

When I saw that wire, with knives, It seemed like I couldn't believe it. Then, once I had the chance to see a video of the prison of refugees that return, that are sent back. Unofficial prisons, prisons among many traffickers. If you want, I can send [the video] to you. But they make suffering, they make suffering. They sell women and children there, the men remain. And the tortures that are seen filmed there are unbelievable. It was a film made in secret, with services. Here I do not let enter: It is right because I have no place, but there are other countries, there is the humanity of the European Union. We must talk about the whole European Union. I do not let them in, or let them drown there, or send them away knowing that so many of them will fall into the hands of these traffickers who will sell women and children, kill or torture to enslave men. This video is at your disposal.

I once spoke to a politician, a man that I respect and I will say the name: Alexis Tsipras. And speaking of this and the accords not to let [migrants] in, he explained the difficulties to me, but in the end, he spoke to me from the heart and said this phrase: 'human rights are before accords.' This sentence deserves the Nobel Prize.

Gisotti: Here, the question is now addressed by Michael Schramm of the German ARD, and Cristiana Caricato is preparing, thank you.

Michael Schramm, ARD Roma: Your Holiness, I have to apologize, my Italian is not good. Sorry. My question: You have been fighting or many years to protect and help migrants, as you did in the last few days in Morocco. European politics goes exactly in the opposite direction. Europe becomes like a rod against migrants. This policy reflects the opinion of voters. The majority of these voters are Catholic Christians. How do you feel about this sad situation?

Francis: I see that many people of good will, not only Catholics, but good people, of good will, are a little gripped by the fear that is the usual sermon of populism: fear. Sowing fear and then making decisions. Fear is the beginning of dictatorships. Let's go to the last century, to the fall of the Weimar empire [Republic]. I repeat this a lot. Germany needed an exit and, with promises and fears, Hitler went ahead. We know the result. We learn from history, this is not new: To sow fear is to make a harvest of cruelty, closures, and even sterility. Think of the demographic winter of Europe. Even we who live in Italy: under zero. Think of the lack of historical memory: Europe was made by migration and this is its riches. We think of the generosity of so many countries, which today are knocking at the door of Europe, with European migrants from '84 onwards, the two post-war periods, en masse, North America, Central America, South America. My father went there in the post-war period, in welcome. Even Europe could have a little gratitude, it is true. true. To be understanding I will say two things. It is true that the first work we should make is to try to ensure that people who migrate for war or for hunger do not have this need. But if Europe, so generous, sells arms to Yemen [used] to kill children, how can Europe be coherent? I say: this is an example, but Europe sells weapons. Then there is the problem of hunger, thirst. Europe, if it wants to be the mother Europe and not the grandmother Europe, must invest, must try intelligently to help to lift up [people] with education, with investments, (this is not mine, Chancellor Merkel said it). It is something that she carries forward well enough.

To prevent immigration not by force, but by generosity, educational investments, economic investments, etc. This is very important. Second thing about this: how to act. It is true that a country cannot receive everyone, but there is all of Europe to distribute migrants to, there is all of Europe. Because hospitality must be open-hearted, then accompany, promote, and integrate. If a country cannot integrate [migrants] it must immediately think of speaking with other countries: how much you can integrate to give a dignified life to the people.

Another example that I lived in my flesh in the time of dictatorships, the Condor operation in Buenos Aires, Latin America, Argentina, Chile and Uruguay. It was Sweden that received people, with an impressive generosity.

They immediately learned the language at the expense of the state, they found work, a home. Now Switzerland feels a little difficulty to integrate [migrants], but she says it and asks for help.

When I was in Lund last year, or the other year, I do not remember, the prime minister welcomed me, but in the farewell ceremony it was a minister, a young minister, I believe in education. She was a bit brunette, because she is the daughter of a Swede and an African migrant. Thus is how a country I put as an example, Sweden, integrates [migrants]. But this takes generosity, the desire to move forward. With fear we will not move forward, with walls we will remain closed in these walls. I am giving a sermon, sorry.

Gisotti: There is now the question of Cristiana Caricato of TV2000 and we'll see if we can then ask the last question.

Cristiana Caricato, TV2000: Holy Father, you have just noted fears and the risk of dictatorships that these fears can generate. Just today, an Italian minister, referring to the Verona conference, said that more than the family, one must be afraid of Islam. You have been saying something else for years now. In your opinion, are we at risk of dictatorship in our country [Italy]? According to you, it is the result of prejudice, of not knowing, what do you think? And then a curiosity: you often denounce the action of the devil, you did so also at the recent [Vatican summit on abuse]. It seems to me that in the last period he is very active, the devil has given himself much to do lately, also in the Church. In your opinion, what should be done to counter him, especially with regard to pedophilia scandals? Are laws enough? Why is the devil so active right now?

Francis: Very good. Thank you for the question. A newspaper said, after my speech at the end of the summit of presidents [of bishops' conferences]: The pope was sneaky. First he said that pedophilia is a global problem, then he said something about the Church, in the end he washed his hands and blamed the devil. A bit 'simplistic' isn't it? That speech is clear. A French philosopher, in the '70s, had made a distinction that gave me a lot of light. He was called [unclear recording]. He gave me a hermeneutical light. He said: to understand a situation you have to give all the explanations and then look for the meanings. What does it mean socially? What does it mean personally or religiously?

I try to give you all the explanations and also the limits of the explanations. But there is a point that cannot be understood without the mystery of evil. Think of this: virtual child pornography. There were two heavy meetings [on this topic], one in Rome and the other in Abu Dhabi. I wonder: Why did this become a daily thing? Why, I'm talking about serious statistics, how come if I wanted to see child sexual abuse, live, you can connect with virtual child pornography, they make it. Look, I'm not telling lies. It is in the statistics. I wonder: Cannot the people responsible for public order do anything? We in the Church will do everything to finish with this plague, we will do it all. And in that speech I gave concrete measures. And they already were, before the summit, when the conference presidents gave me that list I gave to all of you [Ed. 21 ‘reflection points’]. But are the perpetrators of this filth innocent? Those who earn money from this? In Buenos Aires, with two parliamentarians from the city, not from the national government, we made an order, it is not a law, but a non-binding provision for luxury hotels, where it was said 'put in the reception: in this hotel amusement (relationships) with minors is not allowed.' No one wanted to put it. 'No, but you know, you cannot, it looks like we are dirty, we do not allow it, but without the sign.' A government, for example, cannot identify where the video of this [abuse] is [taking place], where are these things done with children? All filmed live. This is to say that the global scourge is great, but also to say that this is not understood without the spirit of evil. It is a concrete problem. We must solve it concretely, but say that it is the spirit of evil.

And to solve this there are two publications that I recommend: one that is an article by Gianni Valente in Vatican Insider where he talks about the Donatists. The danger of the Church today of becoming Donatist by doing all [with] human provisions, that which must be done, but only these, forgetting the other dimensions: prayer, penance, the accusation of one's self, which we are not used to doing. Both! Because to overcome the spirit of evil is not 'washing one's hands,' saying 'the devil does it,' no. We too must struggle with the devil, as we must struggle with human things.

The other publication is one that they did... you, La Civilta Cattolica. I wrote a book in 1987, “The Letters of Tribulation”, they were letters from the Jesuit fathers general of that time, when the society was going to be dissolved, and I wrote a prologue. And these [people] studied this and they found a study on the letters that I wrote to the Chilean episcopate and to the people of Chile, how to act in this, the two parts, the human, scientific part to go ahead and against, the legal part as well, and then the spiritual part.

The same thing I did with the bishops of the United States, because the proposals were too much of an organization, of methodologies, a bit without meaning to, but it had neglected this second spiritual dimension, with the laity, with everyone.

I want to tell you, the Church isn’t a congregationalist church, it’s a Catholic Church where the bishop takes this into hand as a shepherd, “the Pope has to take this in hand,” but how does he take it in hand? With disciplinary measures, with prayer, penance, the accusation of one’s self. In that letter that I wrote them before they began their spiritual exercises, there was also this dimension well explained. I would be grateful if you were to study both things: the human part and also the part of the spiritual fight.

Gisotti: No, we have truly exceeded the time, I'm sorry, but it is a press conference that has become longer than that...

Caricato: The question is whether even in Italy we are at risk of dictatorship.
Francis: Really, I do not understand Italian politics. I do not understand. Yesterday, I passed [on the plane] Franca [Giansoldati]. I had read in Espresso about this Family Day. I said [to Giansoldati] you didn't write it? What do you think of Family Day? I don't know what it is, really I know it's one of the many days that [Italians] have. I also know, I said to her, that I read the letter sent by Cardinal Parolin and I agree. A pastoral, polite letter from a pastor's heart. But don't ask me about Italian politics, I don't understand.

Gisotti: I'm sorry, as I told you, we are really, absolutely, out of time. There is only really a minute for a little surprise for two colleagues who had birthdays yesterday: Phil Pulella and Gerry O'Connell, two great colleagues and this is a small gift from the community of your colleagues and all of us.


source: Full text of Pope Francis' in-flight press conference from Rabat, Catholic News Agency, 31 March 2019.

Francis said we are seeing, the “flowers” of dialogue and that, “the fruits will come later”.

Before Malachi Martin was laicized, he relished shaking down conservative cardinals at Vatican II

Ben L. Kaufman writes about Malachi Martin in The Cincinnati Enquirer and his book Jesus Now: How Jesus Has No Past Will Not Come Again and In Loving Action Is Dissolving the Mold of Our Spent Society.  The article-interview has several very interesting items of note.  Among them:

Malachi Martin was nothing like anyone could have expected. From his previous books, I knew he had been a Jesuit priest, archaeologist, rogue and strong-arm man for liberal organizers in the Vatican Council, and somewhat depressed observer of organized religion in the West.

The archeology mentioned above on which Martin worked, was the Dead Sea Scrolls of which, God willing, we will have a post on in the future. Also of note, is that Martin was working for the liberals at the Second Vatican Council. This is before Martin reinvented himself with the shtick of a conservative priest who was always loyal to the Catholic Church.

Martin was finishing his doctorate in Semitic languages at Louvain University in Belgium in the 1950s when he came to the attention of a leader of the liberal caucus in the Roman Catholic Church, Cardinal Bea. His dossier included Martin’s request for lay status, that is, he wanted to leave the active priesthood. Paths kept crossing and the cardinal recruited Father Martin as his aide-de-camp, Martin said, and a new career, about which Martin has really written little began.

Martin’s years at the Louvain relate to his study of the Dead Sea Scrolls and his questioning of Jesus the Christ. These qualities so impressed Cardinal Bea that he hand picked Martin to be his “aide-de-camp”. Yikes! Notice, “Martin’s request for lay status”.  The interview-article continues,

Martin went to Rome with Cardinal Bea, and as the cardinal and Pope John XXIII began rallying forces to push the Vatican Council, Martin was given exciting and seductive chores, he said. Some of his work involved intelligence gathering behind the Iron Curtain and throughout the Middle East, he said, and some of it involved shaking long closeted skeletons in the faces of cardinals who didn't quite want to do what Cardinal Bea and the pope wanted at the Vatican Council. "I saw cardinals sweating in front of me," Martin recalled with mixed emotions. It was heady, having that power, "and I began to enjoy it." A clear understanding of this malicious joy brought Martin to decide to get out of the Vatican power game, he said with a rare, calm and almost serious expression on his lively face, and he called in Cardinal Bea's promise to promote his request for lay status. By that time, Pope John was dead and Pope Paul VI was on the Throne of Peter, and no one really regretted seeing Martin go. You don't play that game without making powerful enemies Martin said, and his effectiveness had ended.  (Bold in original article.)

Here we have from Martin’s own blabbering mouth of him gathering intelligence on cardinals and using it to blackmail them into the desires which Cardinal Bea and John XXIII wanted at the Second Vatican Council. Martin said, “I saw cardinals sweating in front of me, and I began to enjoy it.” Hmm, isn’t it very interesting that the kindly old traditional priest character with salacious stories about the inner workings of the Vatican that Malachi Martin played in his later life never came clean or talked about his days at the Second Vatican Council? The reason for this is simple enough, Martin was a trickster having a joke at Catholics expense. What was Cardinal Bea responsible for at the Second Vatican Council? Bea was the unofficial ambassador from the Vatican who met with rabbis discussing with them what the Talmudic Jews wanted to happen at the Council (Nostra Aetate). He also met with members of the Orthodox Churches inviting them to the Council as observers and discussed with them how the Council would come to adopt their religious beliefs on the eucharist and ecumenicism (Lumen Gentium, Dignitatis humanae, Unitatis redintegratio, Catholic–Orthodox Joint Declaration of 1965). Another interesting omission from the granfatherly-like character Martin played later in his life was that he was blackmailing those opposed to ecumenicism and as we have written previously Malachi Martin was an active participant in destruction of the Catholic Church. Martin then decides to take up Cardinal Bea’s promise and becomes laicized because, “You don't play that game without making powerful enemies... and [my] effectiveness had ended.” Any mention of the multitude of affairs Martin carried on? Nope. Any mention of Martin’s doubt of Catholicism? Nope. Why did he never mention this laicization later in life or the reasons for it? Simply because as we stated before Martin was a trickster having a joke on Catholics with his buddies in the occult lodge.



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source: ‘Jesus Now’ Author Not A Swashbuckler, Ben L. Kaufman, The Cincinnati Enquirer,  22 December 1973

Malachi Martin was named after an Iberian Jewish banker ancestor


A blast from the past. Below is the entirety of an interview-article from 1974 with Malachi Martin. In this one reads that “Martin was the Rev. Dr. Malachi Martin, SJ, scholar, papal agent and aide-de-camp of Cardinal Bea, a moving force in the Vatican Council of the 1960s. He was laicized and is a U.S. citizen today,” and we also learn where Malachi got his unusual first name, “Martin, son of an Irish mother and English father, carrying the "Christian" name of an Iberian Jewish banker-refugee who married into the Martins of County Galway three centuries ago”.  These aren’t the only bombshells, “Martin is harshest regarding the Roman Catholic Church, possibly because it has failed him and he sees it failing masses in similar ways”.  How did the Catholic Church fail Martin who was a known womanizer, political operative, who questioned Jesus the Christ and everything His Church is?  It was Martin who failed.  Lastly, “Martin is dissatisfied with the section of his book [The New Castle] on Judaism: "I failed to capture the face of beauty" in Judaism, he said, feeling this more intensely, he added, because he believes "the Jews are the physical footprint of God in the world," proof God has been here and cares.” So let’s see, a bunch of people who follow the blasphemous heretical Talmud and practice magick from the Kabbalah who most likely were converts to these beliefs are “proof God has been here and cares”?  Sorry Mr. Martin, but the, “proof God has been here and cares” is written about in John 3, 16-17 “For God so loved the world, as to give his only begotten Son; that whosoever believeth in him, may not perish, but may have life everlasting. For God sent not his Son into the world, to judge the world, but that the world may be saved by him.”

This article in and of itself is proof enough from the mouth of Malachi Martin himself of what his ancestry was and where his name originated.  It is no mere allegation and should shut up once and for all, all those people who are in denial and continue to deny this fact. To sum up, Malachi Martin was “laicized”, named after and the descendant of “an Iberian Jewish banker”, was a harsh critic of the Roman Catholic Church for being anti-semitic at its core and not liberal enough, and unsurprisingly believed that, “the Jews are the physical footprint of God in the world”.  It’s sad that anyone reads what this laicized flim-flam man wrote or listens to his unbelivable interviews in expectation of finding even a modicum of Catholicism in them.
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source: Reader Will Find New Maturity In Latest Malachi Martin Book, Ben L. Kaufman, The Cincinnati Enquirer, 26 October 1974.