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“The Fall of the Catholic Church is Happening Right in Front of Our Eyes” March 2, 2017

Posted by Tantumblogo in abdication of duty, asshatery, cultural marxism, different religion, disaster, error, foolishness, Francis, General Catholic, horror, persecution, scandals, secularism, the struggle for the Church.
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You won’t get much argument from me.  Of course, we know that, in the end, Christ and His Church – including all the Truth He has revealed – will prevail.  But we also know that the end of the world will be preceded by a great apostasy, the horrific persecution of true religion, the standing up of a satanic cult in the place of that religion, and a man of sin preceding the antichrist.  That is to say, the Church, in her human element, will all but be destroyed.  The preponderance of thinking among Fathers and Doctors has been that this would be a rapid process, taking place over a few years.  Maybe it will be more drawn out, however.

Michael Matt categorizes just a small number of the recent atrocities emanating from Rome and the episcopate at large.  It seems Soros money may well be pouring into Amchurch and significantly influencing attitudes – or at least making possible closer coordination between already progressive bishops and the broader anti-Trump push that is presently ongoing (to a degree that is astounding – virtually every single protest, town hall, riot, etc., has been astroturf, planned, organized, funded, and directed by Soros money.  None of this is genuine).

What we are seeing certainly seems like a coalescing – in the open, as opposed to the dark corners in which they normally operate – of a transnational one world one religion global elite.  Note Matt’s comments that what is being pointed at in all this is a call to conversion, but a conversion to what?  There are strong rumors of an intercommunion declaration for Lutherans, whether they want one or not (that is, a wholly one-sided, Catholic affair, a surrender).  I’m quite certain that won’t be the end of it.  I also like the note that they seem to be rushing to get things done, this year. Given the portentuous anniversaries this year represents, that’s something worth pondering.

What do you make of the conclusion that Francis must be opposed?  Is Francis not deviating from the Faith, and obviously, openly so?  Goodness now even open fornicators/cohabitators are to be “welcomed,” not admonished or exhorted to convert!

And we all know just what this means – as the initial arguments by Church (maybe I should say “Church”) leftists like Curran and others in favor of contraception were supposed to be limited to mature, faithful, devout married couples, discerning in conscience whether to use contraception or not, we have seen how the Church, as people experience it in almost all local parishes, in practice tacitly now endorses, or at least never condemns (which is the same thing), contraception use by anyone at any time.  So it will be with communion for divorcees and now, apparently, fornicators – there will be much brave talk of “paths of discernment” and “mature accompaniment,” but in the end – and it will take zero time – we all know that what will emerge is a deliberate, if unspoken, destruction of the Church’s condemnation of fornication and adultery (with many more coming).

That’s the end goal.  That’s your “new church” coming into being.  Liberal protestantism.  The far left of the Lutheran spectrum and/or US mainstream Episcopalianism, which is beyond moribund and will soon die.  That’s what the West’s elites want to propose as a one world religion, but islam will mow it down.

IOW, viz yesterday’s fisking, it is about subordinating the Faith to the progressive zeitgeist.  You can see exactly how that will play out in that post.

Uncovering scandals in the Archdiocese of New York, or chastising Bishop McElroy’s latest idiocy, is essentially meaningless if you refuse to discuss the elephant in the Church.  I assume you know to whom I am referring.

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Comments

1. kimzef2015 - March 3, 2017

Intercommunion with Lutherans. So a Lutheran wouldn’t have to go to the confessional before receiving Communion.
Why should then should any catholic have need of the sacrament of penance? The conciliar church is very confusing. Did my sojourn there but have moved on to an independent sedevacantist chapel.

2. The Lord's Blog - March 3, 2017

Reblogged this on Jean'sBistro2010's Blog.

3. Tim - March 6, 2017

Mr. Matt did a great job of explaining why Faith is greater than obedience. Obediolatry and papolatry are HUGE problems.

Tantumblogo - March 7, 2017

I’m increasingly realizing a core disagreement I have with some of my lay confreres associated with the FSSP – I simply don’t view the SSPX as being “outside the Church” or guilty of any big “sin.” Especially when compared to the sins and heresies that are being promoted by those who get to wear the name “Catholic in good standing, priest in good standing, etc.” It seems almost offensive that the SSPX are “bad” or deficient while a Paglia gets promoted and wears the mantle of being “in the Church.”

I’ve also noted that there is a big age gap in this matter. It is mostly those who were around for the original 1988 split that are really strong on this.


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