Friday, November 15, 2013


The Catholic Church is not corrupt, but there has occurred strong, infiltrative corruption.  Remember, since 1732 through Pope Pius XI in the 1930s, every Pope issued encyclicals of strong condemnations against Freemasonry.  By 1832, the Pope at that time already recognized a degree of Freemason infiltration into the European Church.  In Vatican II, Protestantism, leftist socialist Judaism and Freemasonry worked together to alter Catholicism.

Read Post#17

It’s true that many Bishops, Cardinals, Priests in the Catholic church were and are Freemasons. I would not try to provide a proof for all. It is suggested each one does his own research on the subject as one entire life would not be sufficient to understand the conspiracy.

I would link to a book which will throw some light on this matter and might be a starting point for some. This is a very important booklet which describes how the systematic destruction of the Catholic Church was planned.

The full text of the Permanent Instruction of the Alta Vendita is also contained in Msgr. George E. Dillon’s book, Grand Orient Freemasonry Unmasked. 
More revealing facts are also in the following link:, a hard copy of this book is available on


Peace will not be upon us and the havocs of the evil one will continue to be spawn everywhere. The circle of evils is still pretty much all around us and shall continue unless Russia is consecrated to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.
  • Why does the consecration not being done? 
  • What do we stand to lose if the consecration is done?
  • What is the cost if consecration is done?
  • If the consecration is not done enormous consequences will be upon the world. 
  • Why not do it when we have nothing to lose but so much to gain?
But was the consecration of Russia fully or just partially done according to the request of the Blessed Mother? 

Sister Lucia link: "Yes, Yes, Yes. The consecration was already partially done. Pope Pius XII made it in 1942, On October 31st ... but it lacked the union with all of the Bishops of the world, which Pope John Paul II, finally manage to unite in 1984."

Yet the consecration by Pope John Paul II as previously done earlier by Pope Pius XII was for the whole world and not for Russia as requested by the Blessed Mary. The request was specific - Russia.

What is preventing the full consecration of Russia? Read Post #17 Beware! How the Church Enemies Organized Effort to Infiltrate and Destroy the Catholic Church.

Some Wise Words from Father Gruner  by Christopher A. FerraraFollowing the election of Pope Francis, there was a rush to judgment by many, even before the new pontificate got underway. Father Gruner, in his customary way, urges us to wait and see how Pope Francis conducts himself before assuming that he will be unfavorable to Catholic Tradition and liturgy.

The New Pope, the Church and the Consecration 
In a wide-ranging interview with Father Gruner after his return from the conclave in Rome, Father offers us his frank assessment of the condition of the Church at the present time and why it was important for Our Lady’s Apostolate to be present in Rome prior to the start of the conclave. 

Archbishop Bergoglio (Pope Francis) Writes to the Fatima Center 
The Fatima Center writes regularly to all the Catholic bishops of the world, reminding them of Our Lady of Fatima’s request for the Consecration of Russia and the crucial role they play in salvation history. When Pope Francis was Archbishop of Buenos Aires, he graciously responded to our letters. We reprint his response here. 

Here is the full text of what was happening and what the Fatima Crusader have done prior to the election of Pope Francis - Fatima Crusader link. Please read the full text of the Fatima Crusader why the Vatican electoral conclave is being asked to elect the next Pope who will truly consecrate Russia alone and not the whole world in fulfillment of the 3rd Secret of the Fatima Apparition. 

When journalists look back at the important pieces of work we've produced, we typically ask two sorts of questions:

  1. Did I get the story right? That is, did I mislead readers or viewers about what happened, what its significance was, and so on?
  2. Did I get the details right? Were names spelled correctly, dates properly recorded, the sequence of events presented correctly, and so on?
Naturally, the two things are related, because a big picture is made up of details. On the other hand, it's possible to let a couple of points get away without fundamentally distorting reality.
As things stand, when Italian journalist Eugenio Scalfari looks back at his blockbuster Oct. 1 interview with Pope Francis, he may feel some irritation on the second score, but he probably won't lose much sleep on the first.
Scalfari, who's 89, appears to have jumbled some of the fine points regarding a so-called "mystical moment" experienced by the new pope shortly after his election, but the bottom line is that something did happen, and it may have implications for understanding the spontaneity and boldness Francis has displayed ever since.
To recap, although the Vatican confirmed the basic "trustworthiness" of the Scalfari interview on Oct. 2, questions didn't go away about a section where Scalfari has the pope describing what happened when he was elected the evening of March 13.
Scalfari quotes Francis as saying he initially considered refusing the papacy, and before he accepted, he left the Sistine Chapel for a moment of prayer in a small room off the balcony overlooking St. Peter's Basilica. There, according to the text, he had a quasi-mystical experience that dispelled his anxiety. Afterward, Scalfari has the pope saying, he returned to the chapel, signed his act of acceptance and went off to present himself to the world.
Experts were immediately dubious, first for a technical reason -- there is no small room off the balcony, which is located in the middle of a long hallway.
Second, cardinals who had been inside the conclave already had described several aspects of what happened after the pope's election, but none ever mentioned any delay by Francis in accepting the office. (For the record, describing the scene after a pope is elected is no violation of the cardinals' oath of secrecy because as a technical matter, the conclave is over.)
On Thursday, veteran Vatican writer Andrea Tornielli published his doubts about the Scalfari interview, including not just the scene described above but also other matters of word choice.
On Saturday, NCR carried a story quoting Cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York, one of the cardinals who elected Francis, denying there was any delay between Francis' election and his acceptance. (Dolan spoke in response to an NCR inquiry.)
Later that day, Fr. Thomas Rosica of Salt and Light TV in Canada, who assists the Vatican Press Office with English-speaking media, issued a statement confirming Dolan's version of events.
According to Rosica, Scalfari neither tape-recorded his interview nor took notes at the time, so it was an after-the-fact reconstruction. On the matter of his acceptance, Rosica said, Scalfari had it wrong.
"The newly elected pope never left the Sistine Chapel for a period of reflection before finally accepting the papacy," Rosica said.
The key question, however, is: Does this correction fundamentally alter the point of the story -- that shortly after his election, Francis experienced some sort of brush with the divine that gave him a sense of peace?
The answer would appear to be no, and we have confirmation from at least two other sources.
First, John L. Allen Jr. published a column Friday in which he quoted a cardinal on background (not an American) who recently had a private session with Francis. This cardinal said he's been struck by the more freewheeling and spontaneous style Francis has demonstrated as pope in comparison to the fairly restrained and shy manner he exhibited in public in Argentina, and he told me he had said to the pope point-blank, "You're not the same guy."
According to the cardinal, the pope's reply was more or less the following: "When I was elected, a great sense of inner peace and freedom came over me, and it's never left me."
We got additional details from an interview Rosica recently conducted with Msgr. Dario Viganò, director of the Vatican Television Center, for Salt and Light:
Viganò was inside the Vatican in the moments immediately after Francis' election and before the new pope stepped out to greet the world. He says when Francis left the Sistine Chapel to walk toward the balcony, he had his eyes down, he wasn't smiling, he didn't say anything to the cardinals, and was as if he were carrying "an enormous burden."
Then, however, Francis stepped into the Pauline Chapel, where a throne had been set up for him to use for prayer. Instead, Francis asked the two cardinals walking with him, Jean-Louis Tauran (who made the "Habemus papam" announcement) and Agostino Vallini (the vicar of Rome) to sit with him in the chapel's back pew.
The pope had a few moments of silent prayer and, according to Viganò, describing what he saw, "he stands up, turns around, and at that moment he's a different person."
"It's as if God had said to him personally, 'Don't worry, I'm here with you,' " Viganò said.
Those moments were filmed, Viganò said, though they haven't yet been broadcast.
In other words, both the pope's comments to the cardinal I quoted and Viganò's description of the moments just before Francis stepped out onto the balcony dovetail with the gist of Scalfari's scene: Something happened to the new pope that night, whether we call it a mystical experience or not, that gave him a feeling of calm, and it's stayed with him afterward.
None of this, of course, is to excuse La Repubblica's sloppiness in not making clear to readers that what was being presented as the literal words of the pope was actually a reconstruction, not a transcript.
Barring further clarification from the Vatican, it's now impossible to cite any particular lines or formulae from that interview and attribute them directly to the pope, since we don't know quite where Scalfari ends and Francis begins.
It would also be a mistake, however, to simply disregard the interview, including the critical matter of what happened to Francis immediately after his election. 
Scalfari apparently got some of the details wrong, but the essence about right.
The new Vatican Secretary of State is not a cardinal link. Today Francis filled that key slot, appointing 58-year-old Italian Archbishop Pietro Parolin to succeed 78-year-old Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone, who held the position under Pope Benedict XVI.

The Impending Great Chastisement
Revealed in the Third Secret of Fatima

by Father Paul Kramer, B.Ph., S.T.B., M.Div., S.T.L. (Cand.)
       The Message of Fatima, and in particular the Third Secret reveals The Great Chastisement by which God will punish the whole world for the crimes of sinful humanity if people do not repent and stop offending God. On October 13, 1917 at Fatima, in the moment before the great Miracle of the Sun, the Blessed Virgin said, "People must amend their lives and ask pardon for their sins. They must not offend Our Lord any more for He is already too much offended." Read more here (link)

Consequences of the Disobedience 
to the Mother of Salvation - 
Her Request to Consecrate Russia 
has not yet Been Carried Out!


Mark 14:41
And he cometh the third time, and saith to them: 
Sleep ye now, and   take your rest. It is enough: the hour is come: behold the Son of man shall be betrayed into the hands of sinners.

Apocalypse (Revelation) 14:15
And another angel came out from the temple crying with a loud voice to him that sat upon the cloud: Thrust in thy sickle, and reap, because the hour is come to reap: for the harvest of the earth is ripe.

Once more Jesus is once again betrayed by the enemies of his church within arm-length of his people inside the Vatican - the very church He founded and commission to spread the goods news. It is the heresy that is once more being spawn to destroy the tree of life.

Now the hour is fast coming for the army of the devil has already penetrated the walls of the very church of God and now walking in its corridors ready to harvest with thy sickle.

But in the end God will win. For no forces of all evil shall prevail against his people and Jesus will once again be glorified now and forever.

John 12:23
But Jesus answered them, saying: The hour is come, that the Son of man should be glorified.

We must continue the fight whatever it takes.
We are the army of God.
Soldier of Christ

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