An Excellent Question Indeed

Would you rather go to Hell than have Ann Barnhardt be right?

Wherever you come down on the abdication question, do not let anyone shake your faith in the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church. The question over whether Pope Benedict actually effectively abdicated is one of fact. We don’t know everything, we can only reason based upon factors we know and see in the light of the faith handed down to us. We must have the courage to act, combined with the humility to acknowledge we have limits in our abilities.

On the other hand, also have humility to accept the truth when you know it. And trust in Our Lord and Lady.

There is a danger in so tenaciously and precipitously maintaining a position of fact when all the facts weren’t, or aren’t, in. Witness the public near-despair of Steve Skojec. If you maintain a conclusion of a factual matter like it is a dogma, then when your factual conclusion makes no sense, you might doubt the Church that maintains the dogmas.

I saw more humility–more willingness to adapt factual conclusions that rely on some suppositions that can’t necessarily be proven to 100% certainty– by Ann Barnhardt herself (in the face of the insightful thesis of Dr. Mazza) than by the Trad Inc. thought leaders when new evidence pours in casting reasonable doubts on the putative abdication.

I know how I come down on this, but again, however you do, THE CHURCH CANNOT AND WILL NOT ERR. THE CHURCH CANNOT AND WILL NOT FAIL. JESUS CHRIST WILL NEVER ABANDON US.

So pray, hope, keep your eyes open and act according to the faith handed down to you. If you haven’t consecrated yourself to Mary, may I suggest this is the opportune time?

Monsignor Gilles Wach Elected Superior General of the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest

The co-founder and to-date Prior General of the ICRSS, Monsignor Gilles Wach, was today elected, pursuant to the constitutions of the Institute and in the presence of a representative of the CDF, to the position of Superior General. The term is six years.

Congratulations to Monsignor Wach and May Our Lord and Lady continue to bless the Institute!

Public Thanks to Ann Barnhardt

I’ve read her for years, and though not always in agreement on all fronts, have always admired her moxie and her lack of giving a [fig] if you don’t like her saying what she believes to be true. And I finally, through her blog being the medium that made the Mazza thesis known to me, have become convinced of my own mind in the Benedict-is-still-pope follies.

So, thanks for that.

But I now want to thank her for her stalwart and unstinting defense of reality as it relates to the coronacold, particularly the satanic mask and lockdown scam, and where it is all headed. She obviously knows that absent Marian or other supernatural intervention, we are doomed and on the road to antichrist.

Ann’s sense of humor and unwillingness to live the lie gives me, and should give to you, confidence to live the real. You’re not alone. Our Lady of Fatima, pray for us!

More True than He Even Intended

Or perhaps exactly as he intended… the great Archbishop Viganó, writing to the good Father Weinandy:

In your essay Pope Francis and Schism, you observe, very appropriately and with the acumen that distinguishes your interventions, that there is a sort of dissociation between the persona Papae and Jorge Mario Bergoglio, a dichotomy in which the Vicar of Christ is silent and lets things drop, while the exuberant Argentine man who today lives at Santa Marta speaks and acts.