Friday 23 February 2018

Team Canada is out, but Don Cherry wins Gold!

Canadian patriot and hockey expert, Don Cherry, is a man who speaks his mind. Here we present Cherry's appearance at a Stanley Cup game, in of all places Los Angeles. 

Cherry calls it like it is regarding the city of "angels", which is anything but angelic.  

Filmed back in 1991, there was already an angry clamor from militant homosexuals to have Cherry fired from "Hockey Night in Canada". However, due to the enormous popularity Cherry enjoys with normal Canadians, even the pro-gay Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) had to back off. Another effort was undertaken a few years ago, but was stymied again by the reaction of decent Canadians defending Cherry.


Monday 19 February 2018

BREAKING: Jesuit accuses Cardinal Zen of "hysterical outburst" as Vatican ramps up sellout to Communist Regime

"If we renounce our faith,
we will disappear and
there will not be a resurrection.
If we are faithful, we will still disappear,
but there will be a resurrection."
Bishop Ignatius Kung Pin Mei

The men who run the Vatican City State are doubling down on their betrayal of the Catholic Church in China - indeed, their betrayal of all of China. Do not Chinese people have a God-given right to live in true freedom, befitting children of God?

Permit me to introduce to you Fr. Michael Kelly, S.J.

Fr. Michael Kelly S.J., takes issue with Cardinal Zen. In an article published in the modernist, La Croix, Kelly proceeds to malign and insult, the saintly Prelate behind a mask of twisted and not comparable historical situations. 

Kelly writes:
Cardinal Zen not only needs to read a bit more history. He also needs to turn the emotional volume down. His “cops and robbers” narrative that he shouts at everyone who doesn’t agree with him – this writer included – does little more than encourage anyone listening to walk away from him.
Whatever he thinks he’s doing for the people he sees himself supporting, he isn’t doing them any good with his approach. The value of what he might contribute is lost in his hysterical outbursts against those he accuses of being evil.
It’s some claim to be speaking for half the Catholics in China when he has no actual evidence to support the assertion about people living in a country he hasn’t visited in over 20 years. Moralize all you like, but Cardinal Zen offers no path forward.

It is impossible that this hateful tirade against a senior Cardinal of the Catholic Church was not approved by Cardinal Parolin, the mastermind behind this sellout to Fascist-Bolshevism. As Parolin's pawn, Kelly trots out the difficulties that Catholic Church had with various States over the centuries. However, he conveniently forgets that when past popes were compromising with States, they were NOT approving of State promoted bishops who were schismatics, and tools of an atheistic tyranny. A HUGE difference. 

It is also incredible that Kelly is able to denounce in one breath the corrupt Alexander VI for his actions, yet defend the actions of the betrayal of the Catholic Church in China into the hands of the Red Terror. I might add, that for all of Alexander's grave sins, one of them was NOT betraying the Catholic Church into the hands of schismatics, controlled by a vicious totalitarian regime that murdered tens of millions of its citizens, and tortured and enslaved Catholics. This betrayal will go down in history as one of the most horrible attack on the Mystical Body of Christ. 

No mention of the Communist Party of China, No mention of tens of millions killed by Mao (compared to whom Stalin and Hitler were choirboys), no mention of the present evil regime, no mention of Chinese abortion, sterilization and contraception policy: NO! 

Kelly focuses his personal, spiteful attacks upon the long-suffering Cardinal Zen. Kelly even seems to question the evil of the Red Terror that runs China. He accuses Cardinal Zen of "hysterical outbursts against those he considers evil". Is Kelly implying the Cardinal is wrong, is Kelly implying the regime in China is not evil? It would seem so.

Finally, if a Pope committed an error or sinned in the past, are we to exonerate and whitewash a Pope in the present committing error and sinning? What kind of reasoning is this? Instead of condemning the cruel, un-Christian article, written to malign the saintly Chinese Prelate, Vatican stooge, Thomas Rosica, CSB has seen fit to re-tweet it. Disgusting and shameful, but sadly, not surprising. Pray for these deluded churchmen.

Truly, long-suffering Chinese Catholics are the glory of the Church. Now, they are being crucified again by the very men who should be defending Christ and His Church. 

As the Roman churchmen up their attacks upon Cardinal Zen, he joins Cardinal Mindszenty and Cardinal Slipyj who were also betrayed by the hands of sinful men. Great will be his reward in Heaven. 

For the full truth, please read the words of Cardinal Zen himself. You, dear readers, decide. 

Dear readers, please visit the Cardinal Kung Foundation for more truth as to what is going on in China. 

Sunday 18 February 2018

Pope Benedict XVI: "Let us look at Christ pierced on the Cross..."

This first Sunday in Lent, let us continue our meditations with the Popes. During this time of confusion, crisis - where temptations grow stronger and stronger to schism and heresy - let us remain serene and with the Church, our Mother. Let us remain at Her bedside, during Her suffering at the hands of evil, incompetent, foolish, and weak, cowardly men. 

Let us never, ever forget, nor be tempted towards thinking that Christ is not in charge of His Church, that He is allowing this purification to happen. The question is: when it is over, will we still be at the side of our Mother, the Church? Remain fast in your Faith, dear friends, do not allow Satan to sift you because of scandals, sin, outrages in the Church. 

Pope Benedict XVI, in his 2007 Lenten Message wrote: 

"Him whom they have pierced" 

Dear brothers and sisters, let us look at Christ pierced on the Cross! He is the unsurpassing revelation of God's love, a love in which eros and agape, far from being opposed, enlighten each other. On the Cross, it is God himself who begs the love of his creature: He is thirsty for the love of every one of us. 

The Apostle Thomas recognized Jesus as "Lord and God" when he put his hand into the wound of his side. Not surprisingly, many of the saints found in the Heart of Jesus the deepest expression of this mystery of love. One could rightly say that the revelation of God's eros toward man is, in reality, the supreme expression of his agape. In all truth, only the love that unites the free gift of oneself with the impassioned desire for reciprocity instils a joy which eases the heaviest of burdens. 

Jesus said: "When I am lifted up from the earth, I will draw all men to myself" (Jn 12: 32). The response the Lord ardently desires of us is above all that we welcome his love and allow ourselves to be drawn to him. 

Accepting his love, however, is not enough. We need to respond to such love and devote ourselves to communicating it to others. Christ "draws me to himself" in order to unite himself to me, so that I learn to love the brothers with his own love.

Wednesday 14 February 2018

St. Pope John Paul II: "Lent is a time for conversion..."

Dear friends, today marks Lent. Today, as Ash Wednesday, reminds us that we  are but brief sojourners on this little planet. Today, is a reminder that life is short and after this brief life, eternity. Either eternity with God  or in Hell with the Devil. 

Hell exists, it is real. SIn exists, it is real. Our beloved and "forgotten" Pope John Paul II wrote in 1987, "Lent is a time for conversion, a time for Truth which "makes us free" (cf. Jn 8:32). 

Let us, take to heart the words of the sainted Pope. Let us, during this Lent, during this ongoing crisis in the Church and the World, increase our charity for those who hate Christ; that is, to pray for these sinners, just as Our Lord did. Do we not remember the words of St. Stephen as he was being stoned to death by the faithless Jews?

This Lent should be marked by our prayers for Pope Francis, who desperately needs our prayers. Where one devil may tempt us, a thousand or ten thousand surround the Pope. 

This Lent should be marked with prayers for the conversion of sinners, but especially for Jews, Moslems and Freemasons. So too, we are bound to pray for the conversion and return of Protestants and Schismatics. In this, we follow the great St. Maximilian Kolbe. It is not mere coincidence that the Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate (FFI),  following this original charism of St. Maximilian, have suffered so much recently. 

Let us now, pray with our "forgotten" Pope, this Ash Wednesday. 

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

“He has filled the hungry with good things, and has sent the rich away empty” (Lk 1:53).

These words, spoken by the Virgin Mary in her Magnificat, are at the same time a praise of God the Father and a call which each of us can take to heart and meditate upon during this Lenten season.

Lent is a time for conversion, a time for the Truth which “makes us free” (cf. Jn 8:32), since we cannot deceive the one who searches “the minds and the hearts” (Ps 7:9). In the presence of God our Creator, in the presence of Christ our Redeemer, in what can we take pride? What riches or what talents could give us a sense of superiority?

As for true riches, those which do not pass away, Mary teaches us that they come from God. We must long for them, we must hunger for them, putting aside what is artificial and passing, in order to receive these good things, and to receive them in abundance. Let us be converted, let us forsake the old leaven (cf. 1 Cor 5:7) of pride and of all that leads to injustice, contempt, and the thirst to possess for ourselves money and power.

If we recognize ourselves as poor in the presence of God - this being the truth, and not a false humility - we will have the heart of one who is poor, the eyes and hands of the poor, in order to share the riches which God has lavished upon us: our faith, which we cannot keep selfishly for ourselves alone; hope, which those deprived of everything need so much; and charity which makes us love the poor as God does, with a preferential love. The Spirit of Love showers upon us a thousand good things to be shared; the more we seek them, the more we shall receive them in abundance.

If we are truly those “poor in spirit” to whom the kingdom of heaven (cf. Mt 5:3) is promised, then our offering will be acceptable to God. Even the material offerings which are part of our Lenten observance are riches if they are made with the heart of one who is poor, because we are giving what we have received from God so that it may be distributed: we only receive so that we may give. Just as the young boy’s five loaves and two fishes were multiplied in the hands of Christ in order to feed the multitude, so will our offerings be multiplied by God for the poor.

Shall we come to the end of Lent with a conceited heart, full of our own importance, but with empty hands for others? Or led by the Virgin of the Magnificat, shall we find ourselves at Easter with the heart of one who is poor, starving for God, but with our hands filled with all God’s gifts to be distributed to the world which needs them so much?

“Give thanks to God for he is good; his steadfast love endures forever” (Ps 117:1).

Thursday 8 February 2018

Fr John O'Connor takes on the homosexuals in the Seminaries and Priesthood!

Fr. John O'Connor, was born in Chicago in 1929. Though he died in 2006, suspended and expelled from the Dominican Order for exposing homosexual activity and dissent, he is not forgotten. 

As the homosexual crisis increases in the Church - for example the ranking German Prelate, Cardinal Marx's declaration that the Church "bless" homosexual activity -  it is even more important than ever to study these prophetic talks by Fr. O'Connor. His warnings have been proven correct. A voice in the wilderness, he was dismissed as an "extremist". We now see the results of ignoring Fr. O'Connor. 

Here, we present three videos, dating back to the early 1990s. The videos could have been made yesterday, so far-seeing was Fr. O'Connor. 

Thursday 1 February 2018

Ontario BANS opposition to ABORTION and EUTHANASIA

Kathleen Wynne, the Lesbian pro-death Premier of Ontario

Today, February 1st will be a day that will live in infamy in Ontario and Canada. For what, you may ask? For peacefully, quietly, gently opposing abortion within 50 meters (160 feet) of any facility that provides abortion (e.g. hospital, clinic etc.), a protestor can now receive six months in jail and a fine. The abortionists can apply to the court to have the zone extended to 150 meters (400 feet). The Catholic Church, barring Cardinal Collins, did not speak out against this pro-death putsch. 

At the 38th, Cardinal's Dinner, the Archbishop of Toronto said: 
We do not own other people’s lives, and we do not own the life entrusted to each of us. Because we do not own human life, ours or another’s, we have no right to take another person’s life, and we do not have the right to take our own life. Sometimes people do that, in a moment of passion or despair, and moral culpability may well be limited in those cases. But it is fundamentally wrong to take another person’s life or to take our own life, calmly and freely with full awareness and determination. We must not take what does not belong to us. Human life must be respected, from the first moment of conception until natural death, when each of us returns to the home of the Master. In other words, no one has the right to play God. We are only stewards, not the Master.

However, the Catholic Church's episcopate and clergy is populated with ineffectual cowards, weaklings. The Cardinal did not receive any support from his clergy. Did your priest denounce this new bubble-zone law? 

But there is more. Euthanasia.

This week we also hear news that a District Court ruling mandates that physicians MUST refer patients to another physicians for euthanasia, abortion or contraception. I wrote about this over two years ago and even exchanged emails with a prominent priest in the Toronto Archdiocese, who felt I had gone too far, that physicians had to be careful, lest they loose their jobs. It was all about dancing around and keeping the money rolling in, but NOT taking a strong, public stand against euthanasia. The Catholic weaklings proposed placing themselves in the proverbial closet, if the government would leave them alone. Sadly, weakness in the face of brutish, thuggish fascists does not work.  

These weaklings have had their reply from the Courts this week. 

These ineffectual, cowardly churchmen, these compromising and timid physicians have felt the powerful fascist fist of the militantly, pro-abortion, Lesbian Premieress, Kathleen Wynne. 

Show weakness, and the fascists will trample all over you. 

Fascists never back down.

Friends, Cardinal Collins cannot do this all on his own. What success can a General expect if most of his troops have fled the field? YOU have to get involved. YOU have to ask YOUR pastor, why did he NOT speak up. YOU must ask him, why is he SILENT?  You must ask him WHY he was silent before the Courts ruled in favour of euthanasia, when we were warned well in advance it was coming down the pipe. You must ask your pastor WHY is he SILENT on the new abortion bubble zone law.