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Monday, October 14, 2013
Paul VI: "Liberal Cardinal Elected Pope"

Sometimes a caption says it all: Newspaper from 1963 on Pope Paul VI's election: "Liberal Cardinal Elected new Pope."


del_button October 14, 2013 at 12:07 PM
OjczeNasz3 said...

In 1958....only five years before Paul was elected......Pius XII said, "Today the Enemy of God has seized all the levers of command. We must raise ourselves and stand up against corruption and the corrupters."

The closest Paul VI came to issuing an anathema was in 1966, when he publicly chastised the small group of confused and dismayed 'traditionalist' Catholics:
"Woe to those who remain aloof (from conciliar reforms), woe to those who are sad, to those who are indifferent and discontent; woe to those who lag behind."

What woe did Pope Montini envision for those who were wary of the foul winds blowing through the Church's open windows? Who was he speaking for? The saints? Heaven? If not them, then whom?

The real achievement of his pontificate was that for seventeen long years he relentlessly implemented the gnosis of Vatican II, particularly the 'Novus Ordo Missae', on a Church that was flying apart due to the very reforms initiated by the Council.

What sets Paul VI (and the other conciliar popes) apart from all other popes is he papal vision, the breathtaking panorama of universal brotherhood and world peace, the engine of whichis a universal (catholic) religion that finally gives man his due, that finally recognizes the glory of man, a religion modern man can accept rather than fight against, a religion that used to be called Catholicism.........Oh, the popes who achieve this heaven on earth would truly be glorious!

It is a delirium; or, if you please, diabolical disorientation. The papal vision is the dream of Freemasonry and the 'curse' of Fatima on an incredulous world and a stiff-necked papacy. Is it also the Third Secret coming true before our very eyes?

.....from 'Fatima in Twilight'.....Mark Fellows

Our Lady of Fatima, ora pro nobis!

Instaurare Omnia in Christo!
Viva Cristo Rey!

del_button October 14, 2013 at 12:46 PM
Meem said...

And the lawyers got their wish too (as shown by the headlines)

del_button October 15, 2013 at 9:12 AM
Anonymous said...

Ah, Montini, the cleric who had his own mother's grave inscribed with Masonic symbols,and who betrayed the names of hundres of priests working secretely in Russia, so that they could be butchered by the Soviets....

del_button October 16, 2013 at 3:19 AM
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