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The Roman Pantheon and the American Pantheon August 21, 2013

Posted by Tantumblogo in asshatery, awesomeness, Basics, Christendom, disaster, episcopate, error, foolishness, General Catholic, horror, martyrdom, persecution, Roman Catechism, scandals, secularism, self-serving, Society.

Both built to honor false gods.  Both nations, large pluralistic socieites concerned far more with wealth, power, and order, than Truth, were consecrated to false gods which were nothing more than benign fronts for demons.  Thus says the priest below, who very ably encapsulates much of what I’ve been saying of late about the pagan, “enlightenment,” anti-Catholic foundation upon which this nation was built:


When our first president and “father of our country” George Washington laid the corner stone of the US Capitol in Washington, DC, he turned the event into a Masonic simulacrum of baptism.  Washington, like most of the founders of this nation and all the leading men of the endarkenment, was a mason. The Capitol was literally “consecrated” (to what?) in a perverse ceremony that both mocked Christian baptism and made plain that building, at least, was being given over to the care of spiritual forces other than God’s. From a small acorn doth the mighty oak grow.

A few select quotes:

“The popular will would trump the Divine Will……”  It took it a while to happen, but this country has long since rejected the Divine Will, even as misrepresented in erroneous protestant sects.

“While that pagan filth was removed from the Pantheon……”  But we, in this country, have been removing statues of Saints and Angels and letting the filth back in, at least in our hearts.

“A new Pantheon has built in this nation, where people can offer incense to whatever false “god” they wish, so long as peace is preserved……”  The endarkenment was founded on an exchange: order, for Truth.  Order, it was promised, would beget material prosperity, the likes of which the world had never seen, and it may have worked, for a while.  That material wealth was founded on the enlightenment claim that God did not care if we didn’t provide for our fellow man, or conducted our lives towards goals of avarice that would make the most opulent Eastern satrap of old blush.  God, the enlightenment claimed, did not care how we conducted our lives, especially with regard to sexual morality and almsgiving, and that was a very powerful allure to draw men away from God.  And many were ripe for the picking, because they either had a malformed, erroneous faith in one of the many sects, or were weakly catechized Catholics.

Pope Leo XIII: “Justice forbids the state to be godless, or to treat various religions with “equal rights………”  Why is this Pope not a Servant of God, let alone Saint?!?

Americanism: “best way for Church to thrive in this new order……a “free” Church, in a “free” state, competing in a “free market” of religions”……that’s Americanism, for sure.  Interesting contrast between a government which goes to great lengths to protect consumers from fraud and bad/dangerous products, but leaves the “religious marketplace” totally unpoliced, where all manner of dangerous, destructive sects are permitted, even encouraged, to flourish.  The scientologists have IRS “church” tax exempt status!  A “religion” whose own founder admitted to just making it up to get rich, and who was a long time associate of an avowed satanist!

“The Americanist bishops would encourage “dialogue,” not conversion.” Boy, that nails it.

Father then goes through the long, sad history of Americanism in the US Church hierarchy, going all the way back to the first primate of the US, John Carroll.  “Another Americanist bishop of the 19th century stated that he would never allow the Pope the smallest interference in the American voting process.” That has to have been Cardinal Gibbons.  Americanism is now the dominant trend in the Church today, meaning most of the Church is currently lost to the modernist/Americanist heresy.

The pagan superstate demands that we be at least somewhat indifferent towards the Truth.  That is its one unalterable demand.  Acquiesce, and riches, comfort, and friendship are yours.  Resist, and you will be reviled, despised, and crushed.

Given the timing of this sermon, I almost wonder if Father reads this blog.

Awesome sermon!  Spend 16 minutes and get some great catachesis!  I think we really need to be careful with the Baltimore Catechism. It has some strong Americanist overtones in sections.  The Penny Catechism or Roman Catechism is much better.


1. James Prime - August 21, 2013

The link to the above sermon “Roman Pantheon, American Pantheonon” on YouTube is here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VpBoKZz83Xo
and the “Coexist & Convert to the Catholic Church” bumper sticker shown in the video is here https://leomcwatkinsfilms.com/merchandise/product/convert-bumper-sticker/ . . . Enjoy!!!

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