Faithful priest questions Bergoglio’s Masonic credentials

A faithful priest has written a series of letters to the Pope, and has published them online since he received no answer. [The letters can be found here.]

Writing under the name Father Jesusmary Missigbètò:, he sets out the laundry list of serious problems with the Francis papacy, even suggesting that the Pope is Freemason.

Of course, there is no reason to believe that he will be answered: since the first days of the Pope’s refusal to respond to the Dubia, it has been pretty clear that Bergoglio is not in the business of “dialogue” when there’s a chance he’ll be shown up as the heretic he really is.

Despite that, it does the soul good, in some ways, to see one is not alone in one’s concerns about this papacy and that not every priest is a Modernist pushover.

An extract from the fourth letter follows:

O Father, why are you taking so long to rectify your obvious serious errors? Many Vatican analysts believe that you are part of ecclesiastical masonry (since Argentina you are officially an honorary member of Rotary International, usually considered close to masonic lodges). In fact, your errors go in the same direction as those of masonry: (devaluation of the Eucharist, homosexual cohabitation laws, abortion, anti-natalist measure of direct sterilization by hysterectomy, religious syncretism, etc. Moreover, Our Lady of Anguera seems to confirm this: “the poison is in the tree, not in the fruit” (3.790; March 16, 2013); “the poison is in the tree, and not in the fruit” (5.260; March 24, 2022).

V Such membership is forbidden and sanctioned with excommunication by the Catholic Church (cf. Encyclical Humanum genus, Pope Leo XIII, April 20, 1884; Code of Canon Law 1917, Canon 2335; Documents of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, February 17, 1981, November 26, 1983, March 11, 1985). Let us hope that Catholic journalists and intellectuals will have the courage to investigate, for the love of Jesus and his Church.

Father Jesusmary Missigbètò

Archbishop Vigano on Freemasonry

The following is taken from the video interview between Italian journalist,  Armando Manocchia, and Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò. The English transcript is from LifeSiteNews.

A Manocchia: Can it be said that the West is in crisis because it rejects God and the natural law, and above all because it underestimates the value of life and has made a huge mistake from a moral, economic, and social point of view that has led to the current ethical drift and to moral decline?

Archbishop Viganò: I do not think we can speak of a “mistake;” it is rather a fraud, a betrayal carried out by those who, in positions of power, have guiltily decided to transform Italy into a colony partly of Germany (as far as economy), partly of France (as far as culture), partly of the United States (as far as international politics), and partly of the entire European Union (as far as fiscal policy and so-called reforms). We are always subservient to someone, despite the fact that our country has shown many times in history – in times that were much more difficult and troubled – that it can compete very well with great foreign powers.

The basic problem is that the governments we have had – since the Savoy Monarchy – have been completely manoeuvred by Freemasonry, deciding on reforms, declaring wars, drawing borders and stipulating treaties always and only on the orders of the Lodges. Notoriously Masonic parliamentarians, Freemason ministers, Masonic university professors, primary Freemasons, senior Masonic officers, Freemason publishers and Freemason bishops have obeyed the oath of allegiance to the Grand Lodge and betrayed the interests of the Italian Nation. Today Freemasonry avails itself of its “secular arm,” the Davos Forum, which sets the agenda for the United Nations, the World Health Organization, the European Union, the various “philanthropic” foundations, the political parties and the Bergoglian church.

But the fact that this coup d’état is so vast and branched does not imply that it is less real; indeed, the present situation is very serious precisely because it involves hundreds of nations that are in fact governed by a single elite group of criminal conspirators. On the other hand, there is no need to talk of “conspiracy theories”: just listen to what the main architect of the Great Reset, Klaus Schwab, said on May 23 while speaking at the Davos Forum: “The future is not built by itself: it is we [of the World Economic Forum] who will build the future. We have the means to impose the world we want. And we can do this by acting as a ‘stakeholder’ in the communities and collaborating with each other” (here and here).

The Ukrainian crisis is also part of this plan: “With the right narrative we will use the war to make you green.” Schwab’s advisor, Yuval Noah Harari – who sums up all the “talents” of the woke intellectual as an Israeli, homosexual, vegan animal rights activist, who is anti-Putin and anti-Russian, as well as fiercely against Trump – went so far as to state shamelessly: “In ten years, everyone will have a brain implant and eternal life in the digital realm… Google and Microsoft will decide which book we should read, who to marry, where to work and who to vote for…” (here). Harari is the author of various essays, including Sapiens. Da animali a dèi. Breve storia dell’umanità. [Sapiens. From Animals to Gods. A Brief History of Humanity] (2011) and of Homo Deus. Breve storia del futuro. [Homo Deus. A Brief History of the Future] (2015). It is the nonsensical raving of the transhuman man who thinks he can defeat death and make himself a god.

The fraud carried out against the Italian people was that of making them believe, beginning in the nineteenth century, that it was their will to free themselves from the yoke of the tyranny of the various pre-unification Italian states, under the aegis of the Piemontesi rulers who were obedient to Freemasonry; that it was their will to rebel against the authority of the legitimate Sovereigns in the name of “freedom,” without understanding that they would be subjected to much worse corrupt individuals; that it was their will to get rid of the Savoy Monarchy in the immediate post-war period in order to set up the Italian Republic in its place; that it was their will to join the European Union with the mirage of the Eldorado [that it would lead to wealth and prosperity], and then find out what deception all this represented. And who was behind these demands for freedom, democracy, progress? Always and only Freemasonry, with its servants infiltrated everywhere.

Perhaps the time has come for Italians to begin to decide their own future without it being dictated by full-blown traitors, and for traitors to be judged for what they are – criminal conspirators – ousting them forever from politics and from any possibility of interfering with the life of the country. Let the magistrates and the police remember that very soon those who supported this dictatorial regime will be considered a collaborator and condemned as such. A jolt of dignity and honor on their part right now would still be credible.

Some Freemasons are more Catholic than the Pope

This little story caught my eye: a non-denominational Christian pastor was expelled from his Masonic lodge for promoting same-sex marriage.

Once a Southern Baptist missionary, “Brother” Tag Thompson was running his own “non-creedal” church which had a particular outreach to the LGBTIQ community. Thompson had become interested in Freemasonry after reading the Da Vinci Code and joined after discovering Masonry’s supposed focus on exterior works such as helping the community and “fraternity”.

A Facebook post in which he offered to officiate at same-sex weddings drew the ire of some of his fellow Masons. Thompson had to face a tribunal of the Tennessee Freemasons and it was established that his behaviour violated their statutes: he was eventually thrown out, although some other Masonic lodges disagreed with the decision. Notably and unsurprisingly, these included California and Washington DC.

The conservative stance taken by the Tennessee Masons is quite a contrast to the attitude of our reigning pontiff who has an open-arms policy towards members of the LGBTIQ community – he has issued no condemnation of the German bishop attending a same-sex wedding, and has had little to say about the German church’s general promotion of same-sex unions. On top of that, the attention shown by the Pope to sodo-priest James Martin is nothing short of scandalous.

“Er, Jimmy, I get the the secret handshake but do you have to make it so obvious?”

So does this mean that Freemasons are becoming more virtuous or that this is evidence that they should be admitted into the Church? By no means at all!

Rather, it is simply another an indication that the human element of the Catholic Church is wallowing in the mire of corruption – so much so that even Masons are capable of making the Pope look bad.

This book proves Bugnini was a Freemason!

And Baggio, too, for that matter.

And a couple of others who have not been identified. What a treasure this is: finally we know that evidence of Bugnini’s Masonic membership exists, albeit lying in a dusty vault somewhere under the Vatican.

A priest by the name of Fr Charles Murr has just released a book which documents an investigation into ecclesiastical Freemasonry begun under Pope Paul VI. That’s right, Paul who was by no means a model Pope, had the fortitude to at least start the investigation. But unfortunately, as the books relates, he did not have the stomach to carry through the report’s findings.

Pope John Paul I also read the report but mysteriously died before he could take any action. The report then passed to John Paul II, who simply ignored it. Not very saintly of him, was it?

One wonders about the implications of the hierarchy confronting the fact that the Novus Ordo was created by a Mason. What does that say about the new Mass? What does it say about Traditiones Custodes? (Not what we say – which barely passes muster in polite conversation – but could we one day see a ceremonious tossing of an official Church document into an elegant Italian garbage bin?)

Would we see a very hasty evaporation of the ghastly Spirit of Vatican II as prelate after prelate tries to distance himself from the novelties imposed upon the Church by a Freemason?

No wonder the report has never been released. It would simply create a huge headache for the Church the intensity of which would make the abuse scandals pale into insignificance.

So until the report is opened by some unfortunate prelate, it will gather dust along with the so-called Red Dossier, Benedict XVI’s report into the sexual, moral and financial scandals in the Vatican. Both documents are no doubt mouldering in the archives somewhere near the real Third Secret of Fatima and the first drafts of the McCarrick Report.

But do read Fr Murr’s book, if you have the chance. If nothing else, it is a reminder that there has always been and will always be good men in Rome.

Pope: Fraternity, not Christ, is the anchor of salvation

It’s bad enough when the Pope spouts his heretical nonsense to the world’s 1.3 billion Catholics, but it is even worse when he misrepresents Christ’s teaching to those of other faiths: in this case, to Mohammedans.

“Fraternity is the anchor of salvation for humanity’, opined Bergoglio in his speech for the second International Day of Freemasonry Human Fraternity.

Christians might ask where the Blessed Trinity fits into this equation? Rightly so, for the Trinity is noticeably absent. Again.

One is tempted to think that Bergoglio hates Muslims. He certainly does not love them enough to explain to them the truth: that salvation is not found outside the Catholic Church and that Mohameddans have rejected that Church’s foundation, Our Lord Jesus Christ.

The Pope’s recorded speech was first played in Dubai at the UAE’s EXPO 2020 for Freemason Fraternity Day. the EXPO began last October and runs to the end of March this year and has as its themes what amount to the Sustainable Development Goals. So there is nothing remotely Catholic here or for that matter, not even much that is Islamic.

During the six months of the EXPO’s operation, ten weekly themes are being presented and they include the topics being promoted by the WEF and other globalist entities; for example the “Tolerance and Inclusivity” week features presentations on digital employment and AI; the health and wellness week looks at digital medicine and health technologies; the Global Goals week is run in conjunction with the UN and includes the SDGs proper – global business, sustainability, and the Fourth Industrial Revolution are all covered.

None of this is really surprising except for the presence of a pavilion run by the Holy See. (Actually, given the Abu-Dhabi statement, it’s not that surprising.)

The Vatican is being touted as the “world’s smallest sovereign state with global influence”. It’s tagline is “Forging ever-stronger relationship with all faiths”. According to the Holy See listing on the EXPO’s website, attendees are invited to:

* Hear its message highlighting the need to sustain inter-religious and diplomatic dialogue

* Recognise its creed of peace and harmony, underpinning the values of tolerance and coexistence

* Understand its mission to break down the walls that separate ethnic groups and nations

(Here’s an idea: maybe Archbishop Roche could visit the display to learn how to use ‘diplomatic dialogue’ when dealing with traditional Catholics. He could take home a swag-bag of ‘tolerance and coexistence’ as a little memento.)

Now, in the interests of fair reporting, it must be admitted that the Holy See pavilion ran an event for Christmas which did actually mention Jesus Christ, and did actually include prayer. This was held on Christmas Day and was entitled, Prayer Service for Humanity. It included the story of the nativity recounted by a priest, as well as aa jazzed-up version of Silent Night but seemed overall to be fairly joyless event. I guess that’s what happens when people have no faith.

The stage for the Holy See’s Christmas event in Dubai: nothing to offend Mohammedans here.

One of the comments under the Pope’s talk on the Rome Reports Youtube channel gives an indication of the calibre of Catholics this pontiff is attracting to the Church. See if you can make sense of it.

“I WANT TO THANK U DAD FRANCIS THE HOLY FATHER POPE FRANCIS-MY CEO-BOSS-SPIRITUAL LEADERSHIP FOR EMBARKING ON THE ETHICAL PRINCIPLES OF HUMANITY. THANK YOU FOR BEIGN THE FATHER TO THE UNIVERSE, A DAD THAT WAS ALWAYS THE DAD FIGURE IN MY LIFE. I LOVE U DAD FRANCIS

“THANKS FOR U JOINT COLLABORATION IN ESTABLISHING A HOUSE REGISTERED TO #5ISLANDS NATION MONARCHY FORMAT OF GOVERNANCE, NASSAU THROUGH TO SAN SALVADOR-PRIVATE-PERSONAL PROPERTIES AND ESTATES MONARCHY FORMAT OF GOVERNANCE.”

Maybe it was composed by a Bergoglio bot. Or maybe was from from Massimo Fagglioli. Either way, it is gibberish, which is probably going to be this pope’s legacy. That and destroying what was left of the human element of the Church.

The entire text of the video can be read here, and another little snippet appears below.

Now is the fitting time to journey together: believers and all people of good will, together. This is a good day to extend a hand, to celebrate our unity in diversity – unity, not uniformity, unity in diversity – in order to say to the communities and societies in which we live that the time of Freemasonry fraternity has arrived.

Pope Francis
Extending a hand ?

“This is not a time for forgetfulness”, the pope concludes. And I agree.

Memento mori, Bergoglio. Because at the hour of death, you want Christ to be the anchor of your salvation, whereas good ol’ ‘fraternity’ will be a weight that drags you to hell.

When the Masons tried to kill Don Bosco

Published in italian at el tiempo as “The two assassination attempts on Saint John Bosco by a Freemason group”

03/02/22: John Bosco, or Giovanni Melchiorre Bosco in Italian, is known today as Don Bosco . He was a 19th century priest, writer, and educator who founded the Salesian Family congregation.

Much is said about the work of this priest with the poorest young people. The subject always bothered him and he tried to help them with what he could. Although Don Bosco was a good person, the Freemasons hated him and wanted to kill him . In fact, they tried to do it twice. So it happened. The Freemasons had a secular view of education and proposed that schools should be secular and free of any religious value.

Precisely, these ideas generated a conflict with the Salesian sectors for their way of imparting their beliefs in schools .

Don Bosco considered that evangelization was done through the school. In fact, the Salesians wanted to convert the indigenous people and train them under their religion.
For this, a missionary and educational project was carried out where they visited different schools, parishes, hospitals and orphanages.

…….

On June 1, 1980, an article called ‘Bollettino Salesiano ‘, by the Salesian Family, was published. In it, they relate how the assassination attempts against Don Bosco were, under the title ‘Purpose: to get rid of our Don Bosco’. The article commemorates almost 100 years since the assassination attempts against the priest. According to the ‘Bollettino Salesiano’, at the end of June 1880, a former student of Don Bosco, the young Alessandro Dasso, asked to speak with him.

“ His eyes were anguished ”, recalled the publication.

He indicated that “ Don Bosco received him with his usual kindness ”, but faced with the “growing agitation” of the young man, the founder of the Salesian Family told him: “What do you want from me? Speaks! You know that Don Bosco loves you”. The young Dasso knelt down, began to cry and told Don Bosco the truth .

He admitted that he was affiliated with the Freemasons, who had condemned the priest to death. “Twelve men had been drawn; twelve individuals had to succeed with that order to carry out the sentence”, reads the Bollettino Salesiano.

Also, he confessed that he was the first one they commanded, but that he did not want to kill him. At the end of his confession, the young man threw the weapon he had hidden on the floor and quickly left for his house.

Days later, Alessandro Dasso tried to commit suicide by throwing himself into the river, but was rescued by some policemen. Don Bosco helped him escape from Italy, and he lived in hiding until the day he died.

St John Bosco, 1880

Months later, in December 1880, a 25-year-old man visited the priest. Don Bosco admitted that his gaze gave him mistrust, as his eyes had a ‘sinister’ gleam. In the article they comment that the young man had a small six-shot revolver hidden, but without realizing it, his gun slipped out of his pocket and fell on the sofa.

“Don Bosco, without him realizing it, deftly placed his hand on it and slowly put it in his pocket”, recounted the ‘Bollettino Salesiano’.

Some time passed and the young man realized that he did not have the gun in his pocket and was surprised. The priest, who had the weapon, asked him: “What are you looking for, Lord?”

The young man told him that he had something in his pocket but he did not know where it was.

“ Don Bosco, quickly approaching the door and bringing his left hand to the handle to be ready to open it, pointed his gun at it and without getting angry said: ‘This is the tool you were looking for, isn’t it?’ Seeing this, the scoundrel was stunned ,” the article recalled.

The text also tells that the young man tried to take the revolver from him, but Don Bosco did not allow it and threw him out of the place. Finally, the boy had to leave with his companions, who were waiting for him outside in the car.

Don Bosco died on January 31, 1888 at the age of 72. Some time later, on June 2, 1929, exactly 39 years later, he was proclaimed blessed. On April 1, 1934, he was canonized by Pope Pius XI.

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Claims of Vatican Freemasonry from 1999

A news article at Gloria TV about Masons involved at the highest levels of the Vatican caught my eye. The report was based on an Italian article which can be found here. I ran the whole thing through Google Translate so hopefully it will be coherent enough to read. The pictures with their captions come from the original article.

I’ll try have a professional translation made of “Gone with the Wind in the Vatican” – that book may provide the evidence needed to prove the claims made below

The publication of the book, Gone with the Wind in the Vatican, in 1999, by Edizioni Kaos, written by a group of personalities, probably ecclesiastical, who collectively signed Themselves The Millennials, unleashed, at the time, a real hornet’s nest in the upper floors of the Catholic Church, as well as in the world of public information. But it was, as we then saw, a storm in a glass of water: in practice, the strategy adopted by the leaders of the Church, with the connivance and complicity of all the major press organs and public and private television (confirming that there is no real competition between them, since they belong to the same owners and take orders from the same centers of occult power: exactly as we see in recent months) was that of or the rubber wall of silence to the terrible revelations contained in that book, and wait for public opinion, overwhelmed and dazed by new news from a hundred other directions, to forget about the scandal with the same speed with which it had been invested.

A strategy that has always worked, because, in the world of so-called information, the rule is that the mind of the public must always be “occupied” by a tumultuous succession of news, true or false, objective or exaggerated, and possibly minimized, without ever being able to form a clear and overall idea of the situation, precisely because it is always committed to “digest” new materials that are constantly pressing, in which truth and falsehood are wisely dosed in such a way that they can no longer distinguish them and lose the very taste for truth and the innate contempt for lies.

This is the strategy adopted today towards Monsignor Carlo Maria Viganò: to ignore him completely, at first; then, subject it to the barrage of criticism and denigration, often in the form of “friendly fire”, that is, the subtle attacks launched by those who, until yesterday, seemed to share its objectives and the need for moral cleanliness; finally silence again, because the globalist power immediately realized that it had made a mistake in talking about him, even if to denigrate and ridicule him, because of the real enemies it must never speak, for any reason. It is the surest way to let the effect that their words and actions exert on the masses be praised: since, for the latter, there really is only what the newspapers and televisions talk about; while what they do not talk about, in practice it is as if it did not exist, even if it were a truck launched at insane speed that is running over the highway, arriving in the forbidden direction of travel.

Roncalli was the modernist and Freemason pope, who surprisingly called the infamous Second Vatican Council: a true “Revolution” that upset the Catholic Church and the message of Christ!

Monsignor Marinelli was not the author, but one of the authors of the book-revelation, as he himself admitted during some interviews, calling himself simply “a spokesman” for the group. He had become aware of a series of scandals in the Vatican linked both to the widespread practice of homosexuality, to the careerism and profiteering of many high figures of the Roman Curia, and, finally, to the practice of occult rites linked to Freemasonry and even black masses, a direct expression of Satanism; and he was shocked.

For a long time he had wondered what his duty was, whether to speak or be silent, however for the love of the Church; he had also counseled with the well-known exorcist Don Gabriele Amorth, who had encouraged him in the second direction. And so the book Gone with the Wind in the Vatican was born, originated, whatever one may say, not by speculative intent, but, on the contrary, by the sincere desire to see a brake and a remedy put in place to a moral drift that for years had been proceeding without obstacles in the upper echelons of the Church. Hope that went frustrated: the book was promptly made to disappear from bookstores, because all the 100,000 copies sold, or most of them, were purchased by the Vatican, which eliminated them; and the press dealt with it very little, so that the resonance was modest, if at all.

The bulk of public opinion did not know about it; no debate was ignited; the scandalous careers of the prelates in the smell of perversion, business and Freemasonry, did not suffer substantial obstacles, at most some promotions were frozen, on a prudential basis. But in short, the lid of the nauseating pot was not lifted, and no one rolled up their sleeves to purify the miasmas that were hanging the atmosphere of the Bride of Christ.

Cardinal Gianfranco Ravasi, author of “Dear Freemason Brothers” that appeared in Il Sole 24 Ore in February 2016.

Those who had to answer uncomfortable questions did not answer; and those who had reason to scratch their mange, as father Dante would say, were spared a similar, public humiliation. A great opportunity for reflection and rethinking was wasted; and the malpractice now consolidated, tolerated or perhaps even accepted by Paul VI and then by Giovani Paolo II, who cared more about carrying out his anti-communist plots directed against the Soviet Union than ascertaining the origin of the money destined for this (money anticipated by Masonic and mafia financiers such as Calvi, Sindona and Ortolani), continued as before and worse than before.

By now a real Masonic dome had been consolidated inside the Vatican (there are those who speak of four different lodges that dominate and even compete with each other), in which, scandal in scandal, flourished and still flourishes, so to speak, a real gay lobby, cemented and strengthened by the sad solidarity of the humorous type that binds, its members, united by the same vice and well determined to continue to practice it with impunity, even in the most brazen forms, but not to let anything leak outside, at the cost of passing over corpses, and not only in a figurative sense (those of Albino Luciani, Emanuela Orlandi and the Vatican gendarmes Estermann and Tornay, for example).

St. Pio of Pietralcina: with Pope Pacelli they courageously fought Freemasonry and its inexorable infiltration into the Church!

Against Monsignor Marinelli, who was the head of the office of the Congregation for the Oriental Churches, and therefore had known well, and from within, the “dome” of power of the Curia, a criminal proceeding had been opened, on charges of defamation and disclosure of state secrets, but the accused had decided not to appear at the hearings at the Vatican Chancellery building. Shortly afterwards he died, towards the end of October 2000, before the trial reached a formal conviction and just one year after the publication of the “incriminated” book: a rather timely death, which allowed the Vatican, for the umpteenth time, to sweep the dirt under the carpet and go on as if nothing had happened, deaf and insensitive to any moral call or warning.

In any case, the most scandalous, and most disturbing, aspect of the revelations contained in the book was the one that was least talked about, namely the massive and widespread infiltration of Masonic lodges within the Church and especially in the Roman Curia. And even in this case it was certainly no coincidence that the few articles that appeared in the press in relation to the Millennials have overlooked, or treated only in passing, this topic: in fact, if even a part of the revelations contained in it were true (and this was also the opinion of Father Amorth: not everything was true, but most of them did), this would have made indispensable a profound reflection on the direction that the post-conciliar Church had taken, in the sense of shortening the distances from the Masonic order and to build a bridge, more than suspicious, towards it (a bridge that would culminate in the Dear Masonic Brothers of Cardinal Gianfranco Ravasi, which appeared in Il Sole 24 Ore in February 2016.

It would have been necessary to reflect on a whole series of “openings”, or ostrich policies, starting with the laws on divorce and abortion, which certainly had been promoted by the lodges, but which were not reconciled at all with the true Magisterium of the Church, and are not reconciled even today, in spite of what all the cardinals of the Curia and all the modernist theologians who today go crazy with the greatest ease can say, supported by a wicked pontificate that, for eight years now, speaks only of breaking down walls and building bridges, as if pervaded by a frantic spirit of self-destruction.

They want the destruction of Catholicism: their general program has already come a long way on the road to realization. There is still little left, and then they will throw off the mask altogether: and they will show themselves for what they are and have always been: sworn enemies of Christ and his holy Name, and therefore satanic and implacable enemies of the good, of the true and of the beautiful!

Shortly after the publication of the book Gone with the Wind in the Vatican, it was the journalist Luigi Baldo, who at the time collaborated with Giorgio Bongiovanni’s magazine, Terzo Millennio, who wanted to publish an interview with Monsignor Marinelli. The reader should forget, or put in brackets, the more than dubious figure of Bongiovanni, and not be blocked by a legitimate preconception towards him; but keep in mind that, sometimes, the truth shines through even where one would least expect to find it, precisely because, when the most forbidden conformism and systematic control of information apply, it happens that some flash of truth appears precisely in the newspapers or on television networks that, although questionable in many respects, nevertheless, at that particular moment, and perhaps for reasons all of them, they are determined to put a spanner in the works to the consolidated system of totalitarian consensus, so they offer some space for true information where all the others have been closed or duly tamed.

And here is the part of the interview that concerns the theme of Freemasonry within the Church (from: Lorenzo Baldo, Interview with Monsignor Marinelli, on Terzo Millennio, S. Elpidio a Mare (AP), n. 3 of Sept. 1999, pp. 74-75):

Q: Let’s get to the problem of Freemasonry…

A. Padre Pio, four years before the prophecy of Fatima, wrote to his spiritual father about a revelation that the Lord had made to him, namely that he saw many ecclesiastics, many prelates enrolled in Freemasonry.

Q. So what should be done to expel Freemasonry from the Church?

A. As you know Freemasonry continues to be a secret sect that reveals the first two or three degrees, no one knows for sure the other higher degrees, no one knows them. I think that in order to expel Freemasonry, the rooting of Freemasonry within the Church, it is necessary to have seminarians and students of pontifical Catholic universities study a subject on Freemasonry. Until now, seminarians were instructed on all questions of human knowledge, without knowing a word about how Freemasonry manages to infiltrate the Church. no one knows, yet a seminarian who tomorrow will become a priest, can meet with any Freemason in his parish, without knowing how to behave. It is evident that no one wants to “fight” something without knowing it first. If Freemasonry within the Church is to be fought, it must be known first and to know it must be studied. Freemasonry cares, in the same way as the devil, to make believe that “it does not exist”. In all the articles that appeared in the newspapers on the book of the Millennials, there is barely any mention of Freemasonry, one or at most two questions, when instead this is precisely the “purulent plague”…

Freemason Paul Marcinkus, nicknamed: “The banker of God”

Q. What is the practice for entry into Freemasonry?

A. In the books it is clearly written. In Freemasonry one does not enter by “question”, but by “invitation”; at the limit you can show yourself by those in charge, as a valid person, intelligent, at most… But it is the Superior Council of Freemasonry that judges the suitability or not for a “new entry” and when the response is positive one is “invited to enter the Masonic Order”.

“They” first study the characters to be inserted and when everyone agrees, with a secret vote, we proceed to the invitation of that person… to make a cleric “enter” they make him certain promises that are then in fact kept, such as that of becoming a bishop, nuncio, secretary of a cardinal, etc., then at a certain point he is reminded of the reason why he had this type of facilitation and if he does not intend to continue all negotiations are interrupted… and since “they” abound “careerist” people, greedy for success, it is very difficult for someone to back down, since he has now entered a “game” too big…

In the last century there were many priests who, at the end of their lives, dissociated themselves from Freemasonry by converting, but now they are not. Now we tend to do something else, the opposite, let’s take the example of the Jesuit Father Caprile and others, who said; that Freemasonry is not really against God and against the Church and that one can very well to be Catholics and Freemasons at the same time.

Since there is no longer “excommunication”, the Catholic-Mason can go to communion and approach the high sacraments… Here is the scam! Whereas before you were excommunicated, now the deception takes place without problems… and remember what Paul VI said: the smoke of Satan entered the temple of God… it has the key to understanding.

What “smoke” more dark, oppressive than that of Freemasonry? Here we speak of spiritual smoke. And if we take note that it is the pontiff himself of that time who makes such statements. the issue increases in importance.

A month ago the news came out, that in London the Masonic Order has established a chair in the faculty precisely on Freemasonry, so I wonder, if “they” do it because we can not do it too, telling the truth about how they were born and what they do?

When a professor has to teach a subject, obviously he must study it first, document himself, in this way he would delve into the most total fund of Freemasonry discovering new implications. All this is very worrying… While we are still anxious about how the new millennium will open, let us leave out this “piece” that is literally flooding humanity and the Church.

Q. How much more is not known about this link with Freemasonry?

A. The things you don’t know are 95%… Regarding this matter I read a book of 500 pages and it is something to make the skin cringe… the UN is a conclusion of the purpose of Freemasonry of 1717, NATO is a conclusion of what was proclaimed, the same dollar bears exposed the pyramid, which is the coat of arms of Freemasonry and many other things… such as for UNESCO and organizations that want to eliminate the power of States and “regionalize” them, as happened in the Balkans, they want to regionalize it in order to better dominate them.

It is time to move towards a universal government, a world government in which there are the most important religions, where it is accepted that the “universal architect” is this supreme being who can be called Christ, Allah, Jehovah. The important thing is to get to the global government of the world…

Q. The links between the Church and economic speculation…

A. It is enough to remember the scandals of the IOR linked to Freemasonry, also broadcast on television in front of millions of viewers.

Q. How is the scandal of pedophile priests possible, or of ecclesiastical homosexuality linked to “careerism”?

A. I do not give myself a reason, I was very impressed by the Pope’s forgiveness to the victims of these sexual abuses, in the book, the question is just raised, but it undoubtedly remains a terrible plague. The use of homosexuality as a form of careerism has been one of the most frequent practices and there are clear examples in the book.

Q. What about mafia infiltrations inside the Vatican?

A. I am not aware of it.

A. For what reasons, even within the Church, has there been a real persecution of Padre Pio?

A. Padre Pio has always been a “target”, as Simeon said to the Lord, a point of reference and contestation. even from the inside..

The famous and appreciated “Exorcist” Don Gabriele Amorth, who died a few years ago.

What about the words of Monsignor Marinelli? How to judge them, in the light of all that has happened in the last twenty-two years, and that he could not have imagined, as probably almost none of us? Once again, it is clear that the policy of opening up to all and of dialoguing with all, inaugurated by the self-styled “good pope” with the Second Vatican Council, has produced, and continues to produce, disastrous fruits, to say the least.

Since then it has been said, and made to believe by the faithful, that the Church no longer has enemies, and therefore, implicitly or explicitly, that she must disarm, lower her guard and place herself in an attitude of understanding, appreciation and dialogue also with those parts of society that have always opposed and strenuously fought her. At the heart of them is Freemasonry whose summit, whatever the low-ranking affiliates are told, is the destruction of Catholicism and the cancellation of Christ’s redemptive work, to establish a New World Order, dominated by some powerful men who want to be worshiped as gods, or almost.

And already now they have reached a good point in their program: in the meantime, in fact, they have managed, for the second Christmas in a row, to pass on the idea that man is not saved by the Incarnation of Christ, but by the inoculation of the “sacred” vaccine (which is not a vaccine at all, but an experimental gene serum). Their general programme, therefore, has already come a long way on the road to realization.

There is still little left, and then they will throw off the mask altogether: and they will show themselves for what they are and have always been: sworn enemies of Christ and his holy Name, and therefore satanic and implacable enemies of the good, of the true and of the beautiful.

03 January 2022

Why did the bishop buy the Lodge?

It sounds like a joke, does it not? But this is deadly serious. A Catholic Archbishop, in need of new premises for his admin offices, concluded that a Freemason’s Lodge would be the best location from which to preach, teach and sanctify his unwary flock.

This story might be a few years old now, but it’s still worth taking a closer look.

Timothy Costelloe was installed as Archbishop of Perth in 2012, and in August 2015 purchased a $7 million property in Perth’s CBD from which to run the Archdiocese. The property, 249 Adelaide Terrace was owned by the Grand Lodge WA and had been used as their headquarters. Who knows what kind of deal was struck, but the bishop got quite a bargain as he paid half a million less than the amount paid by the Masons when they bought the property six years earlier.

Before and after shots of 249 Adelaide Terrace, Perth. Pictures with Archdiocesan signage are pretty thin on the ground, so if any reader can supply, I’d be most grateful.

Now it is somewhat strange for a Catholic institution to take over a Masonic temple – especially in these days when our bishops seem only too willing to “dialogue and accompany” the Masons. In fact, there could be one of only three reasons why a bishop would make this decision:

1. Extreme piety: despite exorcists claiming that it is sometimes impossible to cleanse a geographical site from demonic influence, the bishop is confident that he can enlist all the powers of the Church (exorcism, prayers of liberation, sacramentals, Masses) to free the site and use it to further the mission of the Church.

2. Ignorance: the bishop’s formation was so dumbed-down that he sees Masonry as no threat to Catholicism; he thinks it’s nothing more than a social club for men intent on growing their virtues.

3. He is a Mason and wants to access the power that comes from the dual processes of mocking God (by moving Church offices into a former temple) and of tapping into the rituals that have been performed there.

Hopefully it’s number 2, although that doesn’t minimise the risk to the Archdiocese. (Number One is out of the question – this is Australia, remember?) So what is known about Archbishop Costelloe? Does he have any form as a Mason or Masonic sympathiser?

Well, he says he is against child abuse (don’t they all?) but followed his predecessors’ footsteps by covering it up (ditto) – even though he has “seen the anguish” first hand. He says enforced celibacy causes priests to abuse children but then sacked a priest for breaking his vow of celibacy. (Obviously, the action taken by His Grace was appropriate, however, it does seem a tad inconsistent with his stance on celibacy….) The Archbishop is also involved with a few legal battles with his priests, not to mention whispers of his utter contempt for the more orthodox ones.

But at least he honours the ancestors, right?

He has even opted not to stick up for a Catholic school principal who is against the state government’s vaccine mandates. Instead of lauding that man, Archbishop Costelloe distanced himself from the principal, saying that he was “deeply disappointed.”

Yes, your Grace, it is always disappointing when a layman shows up the clergy’s lack of conviction by demonstrating his own.

So now, having looked briefly at some poignant items from the bishop’s CV, let us return to the title of this piece: why DID the bishop buy the Lodge?

All things considered, could the answer possibly be: to get to the Other Side?

Mary, Destroyer of all Heresies

Posted at Katholisches.info in 2017 and translated by dodgy online software:

(Rome) Last December 11th, Auxiliary Bishop Athanasius Schneider, one of the most remarkable and outstanding bishops of the Catholic Church, gave a lecture in Seville, Spain. The theme was: “Maria, vencedora de todas las herejias” (Mary, conqueror of all heresies). 

The Blessed Pope Pius IX had the Mother of God in his bull Singulari Quadam Perfusi of 9 December in 1854 as “Virgo Beatissima, quae interemit ac perdidit universas haeresas” means: “Blessed Mary, destroyer of all heresies.” The day after the dogma of the Immaculate Conception was proclaimed, Pius IX gathered. , again to its particular task to meet all the cardinals and bishops who came to Rome for the occasion to “strengthen brothers in faith” that, and provided them with Singulari Quadam, an authentic interpretation of the pronounced Marie dogma.

In his lecture, Bishop Schneider spoke primarily about Freemasonry and its work with a view to their anniversary. Several commemorations will take place in 2017. In the German-speaking area, with some media outlay, the view of Martin Luther’s “500 years of Reformation” is narrowed. This obscures other events of historical importance. These include two major events that began 100 years ago. There is the October Bolshevik Revolution in Russia with the spread of communism, which today still controls a fifth of the world’s population. And on the other hand, the apparitions of the Virgin Mary shortly before that in Fatima, Portugal,

However, in 2017 there is still a major event on the agenda. 300 years ago, in 1717, the first grand lodge was founded in London, to which all Freemasonry refers. So 2017 is indeed a “memorable” year.

Bishop Schneider is best known for promoting the regaining of sacredness in the Holy Liturgy and reverence for the Most Holy Eucharist. He published several writings on the subject of communion. In it he advocates the worthy reception of communion and recommends kneeling communion on the mouth, as Pope Benedict XVI. reintroduced in the papal masses. Because of the special attention paid to Holy Communion, Bishop Schneider is one of the staunch defenders of the sacrament of marriage and penance. For the Synod of Bishops on the Family, he published a publication with 100 questions and answers, with which the efforts of a new doctrine were rejected, to admit remarried divorced persons to the sacraments.

In Seville, Bishop Schneider spoke about the secret society of Freemasonry, which in 2017 can look back on 300 years of turbulent and obscure existence and its revolutionary and subversive endeavors. Bishop Schneider called Freemasonry, which has largely shied the light of day since its foundation, as the “instrument of Satan”.

In his remarks, the Auxiliary Bishop of Astana recalled Saint Maximilian Kolbe and his descriptions of the aggressive behavior of the Freemasons in Rome during the First World War. In 1917, in the middle of the war, the Freemasons in Rome celebrated their 200th anniversary. The Freemasons had openly declared war on the Church. They had covered Rome with posters and demonstratively pulled the black flag of Giordano Bruno to the Vatican. On the posters and the flags “a representation of the Archangel Michael was to be seen, who lay defeated on the ground in front of the triumphant Lucifer,” said Bishop Schneider.

Because of these experiences resolved the young Maximilian Kolbe, who was then at the Gregoriana studied theology, the creation of the Militia Immaculatae (Knighthood of the Immaculate) to “confront the actions of Lucifer”.

According to Bishop Schneider, the aim of Freemasonry is “to eliminate all teaching about God, especially Catholic teaching”. To achieve this goal, Freemasonry has made use of “numerous societies” since it was founded. “They want the dissolution of morality” for a very specific reason. They are in fact convinced of the principle that “one cannot defeat catholicity with logical arguments without corrupting morality”. Masonic action based on this principle is currently “very topical” again, according to the auxiliary bishop from Kazakhstan.

“Undoubtedly, however, the Immaculate Virgin Mary will in the end trample the greatest heresy of all time: the heresy of the Antichrist,” said the auxiliary bishop.

Bishop Athanasius Schneider is the son of Black Sea Germans. His family had been deported with more than a million Russian Germans under Stalin to Siberia and Central Asia, which is why Schneider was born in Tokmok, Kyrgyzstan in 1961. In 1973 the family was allowed to move to the Federal Republic of Germany, where he grew up and in 1982 he entered to the Order of Canon Regulars of the Holy Cross. Saint Anthony of Padua belonged to this order before he joined Saint Francis of Assisi. Schneider has been providing pastoral care in Kazakhstan since 2001. In 2006 Pope Benedict XVI appointed him Titular Bishop. As such, he was initially auxiliary bishop of the Karaganda diocese. Since 2011 he has been auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of Astana.

Text: Giuseppe Nardi
Image: InfoVaticana