A Victory and a Tragedy, 2021

Today we honor the Carmelite martyrs of Compeigne, victorious in death againt the satanic, masonic Revolution. And we note that on this day in 1967, Pope Paul VI, true son of the French Revolution within the Holy Church, used his authority to abolish the Oath Against Modernism.  See how these people love to commemorate holy days by attacking the very Church they pretend to serve.

And now, a true son of Pope Paul’s, Pope Francis, has attacked the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass on the Feast Day of Our Lady of Mount Carmel. It’s worth noting that Pope Paul’s abolition of the Anti-Modernist Oath came just in time so that Bergoglio did not have to take it; thus, he is the first pope since the Oath was instituted who had not taken the Oath Against Modernism.

I’d like to add the following thoughts from beloved Archbishop Lefebvre:

“The parallel I have drawn between the crisis in the Church and the French Revolution is not simply a metaphorical one. The influence of the philosophes  of the eighteenth century, and of the upheaval that they produced in the world, has continued down to our times. Those who have injected that poison into the Church admit it to themselves. It was Cardinal Suenens who exclaimed, Vatican II is the French Revolution in the Church” and among other unguarded declarations he added “One cannot understand the French or the Russian revolutions unless one knows something of the old regimes which they brought to an end… It is the same in church affairs: a reaction can only be judged in relation to the state of things that preceded it”.

What preceded, and what he considered due for abolition, was that wonderful hierarchical construction culminating in the Pope, the Vicar of Christ on earth.

He continued: “The Second Vatican Council marked the end of an epoch; and if we stand back from it a little more we see it marked the end of a series of epochs, the end of an age”.

“Père Congar, one of the artisans of the reforms, spoke likewise:  “The Church has had, peacefully, its October Revolution.” Fully aware of what he was saying, he remarked “The Declaration on Religious Liberty states the opposite of the Syllabus.” I could quote numbers of admissions of this sort. In 1976 Fr. Gelineau, one of the party-leaders at the National Pastoral and Liturgical Centre removed all illusions from those who would like to see in the Novus Ordo something merely a little different from the rite which hitherto had been universally celebrated, but in no way fundamentally different: “The reform decided on by the Second Vatican Council was the signal for the thaw… Entire structures have come crashing down… Make no mistake about it. To translate is not to say the same thing with other words. It is to change the form. If the form changes, the rite changes. If one element is changed, the totality is altered.., of must be said, without mincing words, the Roman rite we used to know exists no more. It has been destroyed.”8

What we see today is the continuing unfolding of the same forces behind the French Revolution, the Communist Revolution, and the Modernist Revolution of Vatican Council II which is still ongoing  in the Holy Catholic Church.

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