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francis-fallingToday we do a post that should serve as a “taking the pulse post”, of the situation behind the Sacred Vatican Walls. It comes via the Life Site News website, written by Pete Baklinski titled:

They gave Pope Francis four years to ‘make the Church over again.’ Here’s how he’s tried.  (see entire post here)

This post is one that should be read in its entirety and maybe even more than twice. The significance of this post is that it lays out the nefarious situation that existed during and after the Benedict XVI abdication.

I have reproduced only a small fraction of this post below. The reason why I did this is for a couple of reasons.

The first is to present the part that can gauge the “lay of the land” behind the Sacred Vatican Walls. I try to do this at every opportunity that presents itself and I think this passage quite accurately describes it: (emphasis added)

Many here (Vatican staff), knowing that the regime is totalitarian are also simply waiting for it to pass, to end, as they usually do eventually, since only God is absolute. They might seem to support it, by staying silent. But, in fact, many are either afraid or indifferent. All are waiting for it to end, since nobody likes to live in fear,” the source added.

NB: Please recall that in environments that are fundamentally “emotion based”, such as the post-conciliar church, two overriding emotions dominate: fear and desire. So a reference to the emotion of “fear” in this instance cannot be overemphasized.

The second reason for why I am bringing this to your attention is that if the above is an accurate assessment of the situation behind the Sacred Vatican Walls, then the question that needs to be asked is: who among the cardinal electors will be willing to elect the “son of Francis” at the next conclave?

A rhetorical question if there ever was one…

This is very important to understand, since the question that I posed above, I pose in light of comments being made by the FrancisSycophant Cardinal Coccopalmerio  (most likely driven by a “desire” to please Francis) regarding the true nature of the Sacred Priesthood. His TRANSRATIONAL and illogical response was as follows: (see here)

I was saying we have to reflect on questions. We say, everything is valid; nothing is valid. Maybe we have to reflect on this concept of validity or invalidity. (…) The same thing can be said, or something similar, of the validity or invalidity of ordination. I said let’s think about it. It’s a hypothesis. Maybe there is something, or maybe there’s nothing — a study, a reflection.

The significance of this subject matter being thrown out at this point is important for a further two reasons. From the attached post, it would appear that Francis is under pressure to perform. But more significantly, it would appear as if Francis and his cabal are fighting a palace revolt. The palace revolt can be detected from information coming out regarding THE crucial issue that will be the overriding one at the next conclave, i.e. VOCATIONS.

This above would suggest that the next conclave will be one that can be described as a reversion to the mean, i.e. the NORMATILZATION PROCESS™.

And finally, if post-conciliar Rome indeed recognizes the SSPX, it is fair to say that both the people behind the Sacred Vatican Walls, those whose hidden agenda (fear driven) is most likely much, much different that that of TeamFrancis (desire driven), and the SSPX could have found a mutual issue on which their interest align. And that could be on the VOCATIONS issue.

This might be the reason why Abp. Pozzo suggested that the SSPX open a seminary in Rome and why the SSPX is getting help in purchasing a large complex on the Esquiline Hill. For those who are not aware, the SSPX already has a large complex in Albano Italy, that serves as the Italian HQ. Albano is about 30 miles outside of Rome.  Here is a photo:

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Fraternita San Pio X, Via Trilussa 45, 00041 Albano Laziale, Roma

So it could be argued that purchasing another large complex in Rome proper, is not something that the SSPX would be considering on its own. On the surface, sounds like a deal too good to pass up. But I could be wrong on this.

Regardless of the correctness of the above observation, it would appear that if there is a recognition of the SSPX by post-conciliar Rome, it will be one where the respective parties will be coming to this regularization process with their EYES WIDE OPEN.

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Pope as ‘Pied Piper of Hamelin’

In his October 2013 speech to the Catholic students of Villanova University, Cardinal McCarrick ended his panegyric of Pope Francis by comparing him to the “Pied Piper of Hamelin.”

“He will walk across the stage of the world and people will follow him. They will find in him like they found in the Pied Piper of Hamelin, they will find in him a certain charism, that reminds them that this is what God’s love is all about. And this is what Francis is all about,” he said.

McCarrick surely didn’t realize how disturbing the comparison was. According to the children’s tale, when the town’s families refused to pay the piper for ridding them of a rat infestation, he took his revenge by using his pipe on their children. Enchanting them with his charism and delightful tunes the piper led them away into a secret mountain cave and they were never seen again.

If, as McCarrick said, Bergoglio is the Pied Piper, perhaps fewer would have followed his tune if they had known where it would lead them.

But one Argentinian journalist who knew Bergoglio well warned the world on the day of his election what kind of tune the new pontiff piper was about to play. These words posted online at Rorate Caeli on March 13, 2013, the day of the election of Pope Francis, are so on the mark one might suspect that the journalist had somehow managed to time travel four years ahead from that date to today so as to accurately depict what was about to unfold.

The day Bergoglio was elected, Argentinian journalist Marcelo González of Panorama Católico Internacional wrote that he was “terrified” for the future of the Catholic Church. It is worth quoting the post in its entirety:

Of all the unthinkable candidates, Jorge Mario Bergoglio is perhaps the worst. Not because he openly professes doctrines against the faith and morals, but because, judging from his work as Archbishop of Buenos Aires, faith and morals seem to have been irrelevant to him.

A sworn enemy of the Traditional Mass, he has only allowed imitations of it in the hands of declared enemies of the ancient liturgy. He has persecuted every single priest who made an effort to wear a cassock, preach with firmness, or that was simply interested in Summorum Pontificum.

Famous for his inconsistency (at times, for the unintelligibility of his addresses and homilies), accustomed to the use of coarse, demagogical, and ambiguous expressions, it cannot be said that his magisterium is heterodox, but rather non-existent for how confusing it is.

His entourage in the Buenos Aires Curia, with the exception of a few clerics, has not been characterized by the virtue of their actions. Several are under grave suspicion of moral misbehavior.

He has not missed any occasion for holding acts in which he lent his Cathedral to Protestants, Muslims, Jews, and even to partisan groups in the name of an impossible and unnecessary inter-religious dialogue. He is famous for his meetings with Protestants in the Luna Park arena where, together with preacher of the Pontifical House, Raniero Cantalamessa, he was “blessed” by Protestant ministers, in a common act of worship in which he, in practice, accepted the validity of the “powers” of the TV-pastors.

This election is incomprehensible: he is not a polyglot, he has no Curial experience, he does not shine for his sanctity, he is loose in doctrine and liturgy, he has not fought against abortion and only very weakly against homosexual “marriage” [approved with practically no opposition from the episcopate], he has no manners to honor the Pontifical Throne.

He has never fought for anything else than to remain in positions of power.

It really cannot be what Benedict wanted for the Church. And he does not seem to have any of the conditions required to continue his work.

May God help His Church. One can never dismiss, as humanly hard as it may seem, the possibility of a conversion… and, nonetheless, the future terrifies us.

Trial, the Church’s path to glory

Like Cardinals McCarrick and Murphy-O’Connor, González knew that Bergoglio had the capacity to “make the Church over again” in ways that would leave her practically unrecognizable.

A source who works in a Vatican dicastery told LifeSiteNews earlier this month that the changes in the Vatican under Francis have created a climate of fear inside its walls.

“The impression for many here is that this is a totalitarian kind of regime, with no Catholic agenda or values at heart. It’s one that follows the major modernist spins and is politically-minded through-and-through. It’s totalitarian in the sense that it usually shows no real regard for due process, for law, and for reason itself, only for will and arbitrary trampling of whatever lawful obstacles face them,” the source said.

“Many here, knowing that the regime is totalitarian are also simply waiting for it to pass, to end, as they usually do eventually, since only God is absolute. They might seem to support it, by staying silent. But, in fact, many are either afraid or indifferent. All are waiting for it to end, since nobody likes to live in fear,” the source added.

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