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Posted by Tantumblogo in abdication of duty, different religion, disaster, episcopate, error, General Catholic, horror, Papa, persecution, Revolution, scandals, secularism, self-serving, sexual depravity, sickness, Society, SOD, the struggle for the Church.

Well folks, it seems the dread day has finally arrived.  It is being widely reported that a secret parallel synod comprising Jesuits and Argentines has been stood up to draft the post-synodal documents that will implement whatever Pope Francis and his sponsors, like the immoral Cardinal Daneels and the radical episcopalian Cardinal Kasper, want.  Marco Tossati reports, along with more info from Edward Pentin.  All below from Rorate Caeli:

Italian journalist Marco Tosatti reveals that A SECRET PARALLEL SYNOD has been established in Rome, a cabal composed almost exclusively by Jesuits, with the occasional Argentinian presence (easy to guess who), to draft the necessary post-synodal documents to implement whatever the Pope wants to implement. And they will implement it, no matter what, as the secret committee to draft the Annulment reforms has shown; what everyone supposed was true in fact is true: the Synodal process is a sham.

Because since, as Edward Pentin revealed in detail, the 2014 Synod was rigged, [and yet still did not quite achieve the desired result]the 2015 will be rigged beyond all measure, as Pentin himself reported on September 29 at the National Catholic Register, on procedural changes to be announced tomorrow (Friday) that will make any control over the outcome impossible by Synod Fathers who realize they are being cheated (as happened last year – the manipulators learned their lesson):

At last year’s meeting, the interim document, properly called a relatio post-disceptationem, caused controversy after it was sent out to the media before the synod fathers had read it. Critics said the document lacked references to Scripture and tradition, and most controversially, appeared to imply the Church was considering giving tacit acceptance of same-sex relationships — an issue that was hardly discussed during the meeting’s first week. [The 2014 Synod was greatly manipulated by papal-appointees assigned to lead and govern the Synod, all in order to promote a modernist-progressive message as morally acceptable]
The probable decision not to have an interim report may be an effort to avoid last year’s controversy from recurring. But some fear it will lead to less transparency, and worry the timing could be intentional in order to facilitate the advancement of controversial proposals as time runs out for discussion.
Another rumored change is that the rule on propositions having to pass by a two-thirds majority might be eliminated and a simple majority take its place.
This would favor a controversial proposal, such as Cardinal Kasper’s, because his thesis only received a simple majority at the last synod……..
Tosatti adds his own exclusive information, which is quite explosive, considering that the last time a secret papal commission met, what we got was the most authoritarian canon law reforms in the history of the Church, in violation of all understanding of the proper boundaries of papal power and establishing de facto Catholic divorce under the guise of easy acccess to “annulments”[Because left-liberal paeans to “fairness” and “equality” and “democracy” are really just a pile of manure, nothing but cover for “I will.”  I will that sodomites should be “regularized” in the Church, I will that adulterers receive the Blessed Sacrament, I will that Catholic divorce be permitted, etc.  It’s the most authoritarian papacy of the past 200 years, if not a lot longer than that.  We now see very clearly, as if we did not before, that “collegiality” and “dialogue” and all the other things are just means to their ends, when convenient, and instantly chucked overboard when they are not.  A more faithful/traditional pope in future would do well to remember that.]


In this context [that is, of the procedural changes mentioned by Edward Pentin], news has arrived to us for about twelve days that around thirty people, almost all of them Jesuits, with the occasional Argentinian, are working on the themes on the Synod, in a very reserved way, under the coordinatin of Father Antonio Spadaro, the director of Civiltà Cattolica [the official journal of the Holy See], who spends a long time in Santa Marta, in consultation with the Pope.
The discretion in the works extends also to the Jesuits of the same House, the villa of Civiltà Cattolica, Villa Malta, on the Pincio [Hill], where part of the work is done. One possibility is that the “task force” works to provide the Pope the instruments for an eventual post-synodal document on the theme of the Eucharist to the remarried divorced, on cohabiting [couples], and same-sex couples.

Patrick Archbold feels this revelation irrevocably nails the intent behind the Synod, which is not to canvass the opinions of a small subset of the world’s bishops, but to arrive at predetermined ideological conclusions, the very conclusions we’ve seen referenced by Cardinal Daneels, Cardinal McCarrick, and many others: a “modernized” church, “finishing the work of Vatican II,” and firmly and irrevocably instituting the modernist program into formal Church legislation:

They will get their way NO. MATTER. WHAT.

Because of their PR setbacks last year when their nefarious deeds became public, they are changing the rules. Just like the Pope circumvented all traditional process to implement his annulment reforms, they are changing all the rules of the synod this time around to keep that from happening again. The persistent rumors will likely become fact tomorrow after a press conference on the subject.

But that is just the beginning. Like the first time around when the tragic, horrible, and disgusting interim relatio was written before a single conversation, the fix is in…….

They will get their way and they are depending on the Pope to make it happen.

This is where we are now.  Time to face it.

And there is nary a handful of Bishops standing up to this thuggery in any meaningful way.

There is NO resistance but us. None. Time we start acting like it.

I think a lot of us are trying.  I’m not entirely certain what we do at this point.

I will say this: these guys are messing with primal supernatural forces.  They may unleash something well beyond their expectation, and it may have shocking results.  The only thing I know is, God will not be mocked.  This will not stand.  Even if it takes the black flag of Jihad flying over St. Peter’s, this will not stand.

May God have mercy on His Church.  What terrible days we live in.



1. Dismas - October 1, 2015

If this happens to be true, and if any of us find ourselves surprised by it, we should really ask ourselves where we have been over the last fifty years.

Tantumblogo - October 1, 2015

Well, I’ve only been alive for 44, and only Catholic since ’99, so I pray I may be excused.

2. Jo - October 1, 2015

The Church was eclipsed in 1958. We can all pretend it wasn’t, but the Bride of Christ CAN NOT be defiled.

“The day the Church abandons her universal tongue [Latin] is the day before she returns to the catacombs” — Pope Pius XII

3. L. Chapman - October 1, 2015

All of us together agree to withhold funds from the church, including Sunday collections, If necessary for a very long time, until order has been restored. Hitting people in the pocketbook is the only thing that works in the end.

Tantumblogo - October 1, 2015

Or only give to the few good organizations, whether it be FSSP, SSPX, ICK, or whoever. I’ve argued this for years, but I’m not sure I’ve convinced very many to join me. Although, I’ll repeat what several very good priests have told me, that while there is a precept of the faith regarding providing material support for the Church, but it doesn’t mean one has to support one’s parish or diocese heavily.

tg - October 1, 2015

I give to the FSSP. I wish their Mass enrollments were not so high. I realize they don’t have as many priests or time as missionary priests but they ask for more than the $10 stipend for a Mass. The enrollments for a family are too much. However, I support their seminary fund. Thanks for telling us about the Thomas More Law Firm. I intend to start giving to them.

4. Cristero - October 1, 2015

Terrible days they are, Tantum. And momentous. Filled with a certain opportunity.

God placed us here in this time for a reason so maybe we should be praying that we receive the strength we need to complete what His will is for us in these times.

What to do? Maybe it is one step at a time, pretty much doing what we are doing and remaining faithful to authentic Catholicism, eschewing what is clearly heresy regardless of the office of the person attempting to draw us to those heresies by means of false obedience.

There is a lot more to say about all of this. So much that it is best to leave it at this.

TF - October 1, 2015

Of course! We should be praying specifically to know what our response to this should be. As you say, we were placed here for a reason. It might not be anything dramatic that we must do, but we all have a role to play. Thank you.

5. Joseph D'Hippolito - October 1, 2015

I am going to ask an explosive question here: If this synod is rigged, were Vatican II and Vatican I rigged? Let’s face it; human nature does not change; Scripture proves that. Besides, why should we expect religious bureaucrats and power-wielders to be have any differently than secular ones?

6. Baseballmom - October 1, 2015

Look people. We all knew the fix was in when we received the Synod questionnaire some 2.5 years ago. All one needed to do was read the questions to know what answer was desired. Although I did not give the desired response, I am certain most of the sheeple did….

Dismas - October 1, 2015

Correct, Baseballmom. The only surprise here is that any of this could surprise someone.

7. LaGallina - October 1, 2015

I have been dealing with different levels of heartbreak and suffering ever since I first saw Francis on the loggia. Last October was the most difficult, stressful month that I have ever experienced in my life. (I am not exaggerating. And I have been through some tough times.) I felt a tingling in my scalp and nausea in my stomach during the entire synod.

I still feel those things because of what is happening in the Church. But in a way this is a relief. We have been heading in this direction for a long time. And I think most of us knew that things had to get worse before they could get better. I know that Our Lord will triumph. I don’t know what we will have to go through before the Church is brought back to Her true teachings. But at least this means that we are getting nearer the end of the crisis that started “officially” at Vatican II, but long before that (as Tantum and others have pointed out).

I am ready to fight for the One True Faith. It is time for the faithful to come out of hiding. We might not get to keep the buildings for now, but we must OPENLY keep the True Catholic Faith. Dig out the old prayer books. I just found a gold mine of pre 1960s Catholic prayer books on ebay from an elderly couple. I will cling to those truths and teach them to my family.

I also intend to buy a TLM altar missal — just in case I find a priest who needs one when the faithful clergy start being ejected from their parishes… Who knows? It’s certainly possible.

Stay strong and pray like crazy!

Baseballmom - October 1, 2015

LG, you really do put a silver lining on this horror and I thank you for that. You are so right, it HAD to get darker before it would get better. We have not suffered enough (if at all) and we must be cleansed in that suffering before we can experience the resurrection.

Tantumblogo - October 1, 2015

Thank you LaGallina. It is so good to hear from you again. I was going to contact you privately because I had not seen you comment much for a while. Please stay around, I enjoy your comments!

LaGallina - October 2, 2015

Don’t worry. I’m here every day. I just have an extra busy homeschooling schedule this year. That, and sometimes I’m just at a loss for words these days.

Dismas - October 1, 2015

Well said, chicken.

LaGallina - October 2, 2015


8. Anne Marie - October 2, 2015

Will Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI be compelled to step in?? How can he sit by and watch this deception unfold? Are there any solid Cardinals who will speak up in defense of Jesus and His Church? And, what’s the Vatican’s thinking behind inviting Cardinal Burke back to Rome? There’s so much confusion and murkiness, my heart and soul are aching…. God have mercy on us.

9. TLM - October 2, 2015

Right TF……I have been led to pray for guidance in the days and years ahead. Trust the Blessed Mother to lead us where we need to go. PRAY LIKE YOUR LIFE DEPENDS ON IT……..BECAUSE IT DOES.

10. Guest - October 3, 2015

The bishop in white is going to learn about God’s justice. According to Father Hesse the corpses in the vision are not the dead but the apostates who probably cheer on this bishop.

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