Imagine waking up yesterday knowing that your entire life now depends on special permission from an apostate antipope, if you submit

Every Traditional seminarian in the world now must beg special permission for faculties from “Rome” in order to “licitly” say the TLM, if a heretic apostate usurper antipope is to be obeyed.

Pray for these men:

9 thoughts on “Imagine waking up yesterday knowing that your entire life now depends on special permission from an apostate antipope, if you submit

  1. All 3 of our candidates from our ICKSP parish are going on to seminary. And we have 5 more candidates coming in September. Prayers for them all.

  2. All orthodox men who ask will be registered in their database and will be targets.

    They do not require anyone’s “permission” to say THE Mass.

    Disobey illegitimate orders from illegitimate authority.

    Has not all the compliance with mask wearing, contact tracing and other lockdown bs taught us nothing?

    Next we’ll ALL need to get tested and show our Vatican II passports to prove our annual orthodox immunity status to enter a Church, go to Confession, get married, receive the last rites, or even work as a secretary etc. Meanwhile every sodomite and modernist liberal A-hole will continue having carte blanche free from any Inquisitional hearings in every Catholic school, charity and institution.

    They are NOT going to stop at just the priests. You are ALL NEXT!

  3. Johnno, you are correct in everything you say. The orders are illegitimate. Now is the time for all Catholics with the XY chromosome to man-up. And for their women—mothers, sisters, wives—to stand beside them!

  4. Okay, Mark. I’ll pray for these young men but at the same time if and only when the FSSP at a minimum acknowledges the doubt of the events of Feb 11, 2013 and the salvific necessity of an official examination of the evidence surrounding those events, not one more penny to Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary. I’ve heard that some FSSP parishes have trained their sheep to “not gossip” about all that “pope stuff” and to even shush each other at any inuendo of a possible contentious or divisive observation that might call to attention the inconvenient elephant in the room, aka Pope “Emeritus“.

    So, yeah. I’ll pray for the men in seminary but not one more penny.

    1. Well said.

      I attended an FSSP Mass on Trinity Sunday celebrated here in Pennsylvania.

      The celebrant admonished those Traditionalists who held to the belief that Muslims and Jews do not worship the same God as Catholics…and then launched into a sermon about how we worship the same God sourcing Trent and the Catechism of Pius X to support his position.

      I was tempted to leave the Church but decided to do an “Annie Barnhardt”…when she was living in Denver, Colorado she would attend the Sunday evening Mass of Bishop Charles Chaput, the Archbishop of Philadelphia before the current “reigning” Nelson Perez.

      During one of Charles Chaput’s Sunday sermons he stated that Jews and Muslims worshipped the same God as Catholics….as she explained to me she stayed until the conclusion of the Mass but never returned. Instead, she turned to Traditional Catholicism.

      Confirmed….
      “I’ve heard that some FSSP parishes have trained their sheep to “not gossip” about all that “pope stuff” and to even shush each other at any inuendo of a possible contentious or divisive observation that might call to attention the inconvenient elephant in the room, aka Pope “Emeritus“.”

      1. I would be very interested if you can recall the references this Priest used from Trent and Pope St. Pius X’s Catechism.

        If you can point me in them right direction to check this Priest’s sources I would be very grateful.

      2. I’d also mention their “hatred” of the SSPX. I loved listening to Fr. Wolfe (before he was suppressed by his own higher ups?), but would cringe every time he made disparaging remarks about the SSPX.

  5. SSPX !
    Even though Bishop Fellay made some “arrangements “ with Rome, in essence they are still the only group that hasn’t completely rolled over . Without Archbishop Marcel Lefevre, we wouldn’t even have priests to say the Tridentine Mass. Archbishop Lefevre, pray for us and the Catholic Church!

    1. My thoughts exactly — all the resistant uproar across the faithful Catholic blogoshpere is like a long distant echo of the original: Abp. Lefebvre’s clarion call 50 years ago.

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