Well, Raymond Leo “Cardinal” Burke and Athanasius Schneider are at it again, gasping in disbelief and horror as a lay Jesuit revolutionary who fashions himself as a “theologian” proposes the use of a “bread” made from the yucca plant for the matter of what purports to be the Holy Eucharist during stagings of the Protestant and Judeo-Masonic Novus Ordo liturgical travesty at a conference later this year in the Amazon. Burke and Schneider say that such a development would represent a “new religion.”
Gee, do ya think?
Well, what about conciliarism’s warfare on the nature of dogmatic truth?
What about conciliarism’s new ecclesiology?
What about episcopal collegiality?
What about religious liberty and separation of Church and State?
What about false ecumenism and endless acts of blasphemy and sacrilege in violation of the First, Second and Third Commandments?
What about false interpretations of Sacred Scripture?
What about the rejection of Scholasticism?
What about a liturgical service that was designed to conform what purports to be the Catholic liturgy to the Calvinist liturgy of the Lord’s supper as much as possible.
What about the heresy that the Old Covenant has not been superseded by the New and Eternal Covenant that Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ instituted at the Last Supper on Maundy Thursday and ratified by the shedding of every single drop of His Most Precious Blood on the wood of the Holy Cross on Good Friday?
What about endless “papal” apologies to the Orthodox, Protestants, Waldensians and others for the efforts made by Catholics in the past to convert them?
Gee, do ya think that conciliarism is a “new religion” that is simply manifesting its ultimate pantheistic goal of diabolical liturgies that worship the earth and presume as a given the universal salvation of every human being on the planet, Catholic and non-Catholic alike?
Men who believe themselves to be what they are not, Successors of the Apostles, have no excuse for their blindness to the truth at this late date. Such men are culpably blind.
Even absent the use of "bread" made from the yucca plant, which the conciliar Vatican says is "off the table" for the upcoming Amazon conference, a new religion has been staring us in the face for the better part of six decades. It is time to recognize this fact and to act accordingly.
May God have mercy on us all.
Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.
Saint Frances of Rome, pray for us.