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Defining the Post-Conciliar Ethos in a Single Tweet October 2, 2017

Posted by Tantumblogo in Basics, catachesis, Christendom, cultural marxism, different religion, Father Rodriguez, Francis, General Catholic, horror, Latin Mass, Restoration, Revolution, scandals, secularism, Society, the struggle for the Church, Tradition.

So helpful for Massimo Fagglioli to help us out, showing us just what the “new springtime of endless new pentecosts infinitely better than the first” crowd believe:

Fagglioli – yes, I know – is a prominent adherent to, and advocate for, the “Bologna School,” the primary remaining intellectual force behind the radical reinvention of the Church as a man-made construct post-VII.  Think Cardinal Martini, Yves Congar, and you get the picture.

“Not Catholic anymore.”  The dream being, of course – and it is proudly proclaimed by some of Francis’ most intimate associates – to so radically change the Church that “reform” or, more properly, restoration, is impossible.

Even the logic behind that kind of statement tells us that holders of this view believe the Church is a human, rather than a Divine, construct.  As the good old Jewish Pharisee Gamaliel (reputed to be St. Paul’s teacher before his conversion) says in Acts of the Apostles: if this thing be of God, we cannot destroy it and we will war against God, but if it be of men, it will die out of its own.

Fagglioli, “Tucho” Fernandez, Tagle, Maradaiga-Rodriguez – they proclaim very loudly they view the Church as a man-made construct, to be bent and shaped into any image they see fit (as good leftists would – and being good leftists, they naturally assume that THEY, and only they, are smart enough, caring enough, and just plain good enough to deserve, by right, the role of Church-redefiner).

Note also the admission that the Mass is the fulcrum around which this revolution has been worked, and it is also the means by which the Restoration will take place.  For we know, contra so much of the hierarchical, institutional Church these days, that the Church, our Holy Mother, is ultimately the creation of God and that His Will shall be done, no matter how hard it may be to see that Will at this time.

I have become totally convinced that the best, the only way by which the Church will be restored is through the mass re-adoption of the Mass of St. Pius V and all the traditional rites of the Sacraments.  It was no mistake at all that the revolutionaries at VII, contrary to the established agenda, chose to act on the revolution against the Liturgy first.  They knew if they could remake the Liturgy into a pseudo-protestant, modernist-infused hootenanny then everything else would be not just wide open, but a matter of time.

So the spread of the TLM should be our highest priority, a sentiment echoed by the good Rodriguez brothers, one a priest, one a layman, speaking at the recent Fatima Center conference:



1. docmx001 - October 2, 2017

YES! Or as I called it, “When the Modernists start making your own argument for you…” https://nonvenipacem.com/2017/10/02/when-the-modernists-start-to-make-your-own-argument-for-you/

2. Faith of Our Fathers - October 2, 2017

Theological views that are not Catholic . What a Protestant statement to come out with. No doubt the Spirit led him to this conclusion that 2000 years of Christ True Church Teaching is now wrong.

3. Richard Malcolm - October 3, 2017

If this isn’t a hermeneutic of rupture, I don’t know what is.

Is there a single instance in Church history of adherents to an ancient rite of the Church being read out of the Church merely by virtue of that adherence?

There’s not, of course, but then there is no previous instance of an ancient rite of the Church being de facto suppressed, either.

Tom Syseskey - October 3, 2017

I think that it is the hermeneutic of continuity of the hermeneutic of repture.

4. Tom Syseskey - October 3, 2017

Defining the counter-post-conciliar ethos in a single meme:

We are what you once were.
We believe what you once believed.
We worship as you once worshipped.
If you were right then, we are right now.
If we are wrong now, you were wrong then.

5. Tim - October 3, 2017

How can something “not be Catholic anymore?” God does not change.

Baseballmomof8 - October 3, 2017


6. The Athenian Stranger - October 3, 2017

Maximum Beans is really Maximum Bugnini. As in “Are we at Maximum Bugnini yet?”

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