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STUNNING ADMISSION: Hyper-Progressive Cardinal Danneels Admits Being in Mafia Dedicated to Unseat PBXVI September 25, 2015

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Pride goeth before the fall.  The modernists are apparently feeling very powerful and secure, because they are starting to open their mouths and crow about both their opposition to Pope Benedict XVI, dropping hints they played a role in his abdication, as well as quite possibly illicitly organizing to elect Pope Francis.

Further serious concerns are being raised about Cardinal Godfried Danneels, one of the papal delegates chosen to attend the upcoming Ordinary Synod on the Family, after the archbishop emeritus of Brussels confessed this week to being part of a radical “mafia” reformist group opposed to Benedict XVI.

It was also revealed this week that he once wrote a letter to the Belgium government favoring same-sex “marriage” legislation because it ended discrimination against LGBT groups.

The cardinal is already known for having once advised the king of Belgium to sign an abortion law in 1990, for telling a victim of clerical sex abuse to keep quiet, and for refusing to forbid pornographic, “educational” materials being used in Belgian Catholic schools.

He also once said same-sex “marriage” was a “positive development,” although he has sought to distinguish such a union from the Church’s understanding of marriage.

……..At the launch of the book in Brussels this week, the cardinal said he was part of a secret club of cardinals opposed to Pope Benedict XVI.

He called it a “mafia” club that bore the name of St. Gallen. The group wanted a drastic reform of the Church, to make it “much more modern”, and for Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio to head it. The group, which also comprised Cardinal Walter Kasper and the late Jesuit Cardinal Carlo Maria Martini, has been documented in Austen Ivereigh’s biography of Pope Francis, The Great Reformer.

The plain implication is that these men were probably driving forces behind the Vatileaks and other difficulties that plagued PBXVI’s pontificate, helping convince the beleaguered Pope Emeritus that abdication was his best alternative.  Of course, there have also been dark hints of a turncoat “disciple” of Ratzinger that played a key role in convincing him to abdicate, promising him that someone of a like mind would be elected and bring the constant stream of scandals afflicting the Vatican to an end.  Who that turncoat is has not been revealed to date.

Nevertheless, this second admission, coupled with admissions made in the book alluded to in Pentin’s post above (The Great Reformer), seems to point to at least a reasonable possibility that there was illegal collusion between various cardinals at the conclave of 2013.  Of course, Pope John Paul II had made such collusion an excommunicable offense and evidence of such would cast a huge shadow of doubt on the validity of the conclave itself.  We’re very far from having anywhere near enough evidence to question that validity at present, but there is perhaps enough evidence for some kind of formal investigation by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith to begin.  Not that anyone expects that to happen, but who knows.  We are told God is a God of surprises, and this would be quite a big one.

Danneels is a thoroughly repulsive character, the very model of the progressive-modernist post-conciliar prelate.  Beloved by the media and Eurozone political types for his modernist stands, it appears only his powerful political connections kept him from being charged in the cover up of repeated boy rape.  He played a decisive role in covering up the repeated sodomizing of young boys by his protege  Roger Vangheluwe.  It is hardly surprising that such a creature would oppose Pope Benedict XVI, and not much of a stretch to believe that he would have no scruples about violating Church Law to assure a successor more amenable to his disastrously modernist outlook.

I have a feeling this is a scandal that won’t go away anytime soon.

Comments

1. Baseballmom - September 25, 2015

Fairly easy to guess who the turncoat Judas disciple is….Christoph Schönborn was once a great disciple of orthodoxy and a solid prelate… And very close to Benedict. Generally sexual sin is at the root of one’s “growth” into heterodoxy.

2. c matt - September 25, 2015

Who that turncoat is has not been revealed to date.

“Pleased to meet you, can you guess my name….”

3. c matt - September 25, 2015

Curious to read what the Bear thinks of such a thing. My own take at this point is that Francis is a valid Pope until the proper authorities say otherwise. Those who opine he is not a valid Pope may be in fact correct, but until it is adjudicated as such by a proper authority, he remains “innocent until proven guilty.”

Tantumblogo - September 25, 2015

I agree with that.

Murray - September 25, 2015

Also agreed, though it seems increasingly important that someone with the proper authority should be investigating the validity of the 2013 conclave.

Father Hunwicke asks some pointed questions.

Father Blake, on the other hand, asserts that the legitimacy of the pope does not depend on the election itself, but the Church’s acceptance of it. He goes on to state that we would be faced with a host of illegitimate popes if we were to apply the same standard to history.

Be that as it may, Father Blake overlooks the fact that the popes of history were not elected under the rules promulgated by St. John Paul II in Universi Dominici Gregis, which impose a latae sententiae excommunication on those cardinals who canvass for a particular candidate, and perhaps on the candidate himself. Since (as I have commented elsewhere), excommunication is an ontological reality, rather than just an administrative detail, there would seem to be serious questions to be answered about the role of Team Bergoglio/St. Gallen Mafia in the 2013 conclave.

4. tg - September 25, 2015

I can’t help but think that of one of Father Malachi Martin’s books. Though it was fiction, it was based on truth. In the book, there is an agreement that all the cardinals have to agree to and if passed, the new pope has to sign it. The agreement is about how the church has to conform to the world and be part of it. In the book, the agreement did not pass. My sister and I were discussing what is going on since Pope Francis was elected. She said remember that agreement in the book. She thought it might be real and it was passed. That may be why PF is the way he is. I am baffled by him at times because I have read things he said in the past. There are some things that he has said that do seem Catholic. As far as Pope Benedict. I’ve read conspiracy theories that the real one is dead and there is an imposter posing as him, which is why he doesn’t say anything. Only God knows the truth but I do think there is evil among our church leaders.

Mitchell H - September 25, 2015

TG, I had that thought as well.

Tantumblogo - September 25, 2015

MH, sorry I have not replied more. It just slipped my mind till now. Yeah that’s me at church. Introduce yourself sometime.

5. Anonymous - September 26, 2015

Pardon my ignorance, but who, exactly, would have authority to adjudicate this?

6. Tim - September 26, 2015
Ben - September 26, 2015

For some reason this article is not coming up. I like Miss Barhardt and think we need more like her; is this article… credible?

Tim - September 26, 2015

I just tried on this link and it popped right up. Try again or go to her website.

7. The Fullness of Truth Apostolate - September 27, 2015

There have been 39 anti-popes thus far, That’s almost 15% of the total number of popes – 266. Any claim that the possibility that Francis could be another one is merely a conspiracy theory from right wing lunatics would be historically ignorant. It has happened many times before, and it certainly could happen again.


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