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May 30, 2008

One World Plus One Church Equals Novus Ordo Seclorum

by Thomas A. Droleskey

There is no end to the multiplicity of ways in which the scions of the counterfeit church of conciliarism find to offend and to blaspheme the Most Holy Trinity. Actually, of course, the conciliarists simply give us variations on their apostate Modernist themes over and over again, making each succeeding response to this endless array of variations rather wearying, to say nothing of very redundant.

A great deal of time and space have been spent on this site in the past few months trying to get the attention of the few people who read the articles hereon concerning the grave offenses given to God by Joseph Ratzinger/Benedict XVI during his visit to the United States of America between Tuesday, April 15, 2008, and Sunday, April 20, 2008. So very few people seem to care. Others appear to be spinning the trip into some kind of triumph for the Catholic Faith. A triumph for the Catholic Faith? Yes, I, one of the most needlessly verbose writers on the face of this earth, am at a loss for words at how anyone could consider a "papal" trip a triumph for the Catholic Faith when it included grave offenses to God and no exhortations at any time for anyone to pray Our Lady's Most Holy Rosary (no less any mentions of the Mother of God at all after several brief references in an address to the conciliar 'bishops" in the Crypt Church of the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception on Wednesday evening, April 16, 2008).

Saints gave up their lives rather than to even give the appearance of the apostasy represented by Joseph Ratzinger/Benedict XVI's serene and joyful reception of the symbols of false religions that were presented to him at the "Pope" John Paul II Cultural Center in Washington, District of Columbia, on Thursday, April 17, 2008. Take a look at this travesty once again, please: April 17, 2008 - 6:15 p.m. - Interreligious Gathering.

No, none of this seems to matter to so many Catholics. These words of Pope Leo the Great do not matter in the face of rank sacrilege and apostasy:

But it is vain for them to adopt the name of catholic, as they do not oppose these blasphemies: they must believe them, if they can listen so patiently to such words. (Pope Saint Leo the Great, Epistle XIV, To Anastasius, Bishop of Thessalonica, St. Leo the Great | Letters 1-59 )


Similarly, it does not seem to matter that Joseph Ratzinger/Benedict XVI entered once again into a synagogue where he was treated as an inferior by a Talmudic rabbi, listening serenely to a Talmudic song that denied the Sacred Divinity of Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ by asserting that "we" are awaiting the Messiah. The ancient injunctions of the Catholic Church, summarized so succinctly by the late Bishop George Hay at the beginning of the Eighteenth Century, do not seem to matter to Catholics intent on fostering the impression that a "restoration" of the Church is at hand:

The spirit of Christ, which dictated the Holy Scriptures, and the spirit which animates and guides the Church of Christ, and teaches her all truth, is the same; and therefore in all ages her conduct on this point has been uniformly the same as what the Holy Scripture teaches. She has constantly forbidden her children to hold any communication, in religious matters, with those who are separated from her communion; and this she has sometimes done under the most severe penalties. In the apostolical canons, which are of very ancient standing, and for the most part handed down from the apostolical age, it is thus decreed: "If any bishop, or priest, or deacon, shall join in prayers with heretics, let him be suspended from Communion". (Can. 44)

Also, "If any clergyman or laic shall go into the synagogue of the Jews, or the meetings of heretics, to join in prayer with them, let him be deposed, and deprived of communion". (Can. 63) (Bishop George Hay, (The Laws of God Forbidding All Communication in Religion With Those of a False Religion.)


Why should this matter now, right? This is a new age, right? We have moved beyond these things, right?

This does matter very much now. This is the age of apostasy. The Catholic Church will never move beyond these things. She cannot. It is impossible for her to do so.

The following articles on this site in the past few months have attempted to point out the unspeakable nature of the multiple violations of the First Commandment committed by Ratzinger/Benedict during his American visit: Making Judas Seem Admirable, Many Acts of Evil Demand Many Acts of Reparation, If You Do Not Return to the True Faith, You Will Be Cast Into Hell!, Saints and Idols: No Room for "Coexistence", Asking Our Lady to Repair the Damage, part 1, Sorrow Beyond Description, All is Quicksand Without Our Lady, "Connecting" with Betrayal, Leaving Death Bearers Deader Than Dead, and Calling Poison Health Food Doesn't Make It So. How can anyone think that God is pleased with the symbols of false religions, each of which He loathes, being received with joy and equanimity by one claiming, albeit falsely, to be his very Vicar on earth? How can anyone think that God's wrath is not stirred when this same putative "pope" enters into a mosque, takes off his shoes so as to symbolize being in a "holy" place, turns in the direction of Mecca at the behest of his host and assumes the Mohammedan prayer position? How can anyone think that God looks favorably upon this "pope's" refusing the make the Sign of the Cross before or after a prayer that never mentioned the Holy Name of the Divine Redeemer, Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, at "Ground Zero" on the morning of Sunday, April 20, 2008? (See: All is Quicksand Without Our Lady)

More outrages to God await the triennial conciliar Woodstock known as "World Youth Day." Take a look for yourselves:


The July gathering will include an ecumenical meeting with other Christian leaders and an interfaith meeting, both attended by The Pope.

"Many people have asked, `Why is it called World Youth Day rather than Catholic Youth Day?'," event coordinator Bishop Anthony Fisher said in Sydney on Wednesday.

"After all, we've been clear from the start that this event is hosted by the Catholic Church, it's held at the invitation of The Pope and it celebrates the Catholic faith and ideals for life.

"But like so much the church does ... it seeks to serve all comers. Everyone is invited to join in the activities and catch the spark from these young people, to witness what may well be the biggest event in the history of Australia, certainly the biggest youth event and certainly the biggest religious event to date."

The Pope will hold an ecumenical meeting with the leaders or representatives of Christian faiths, including the Anglican, Protestant, Orthodox, Lutheran, Presbyterian and Eastern Rite Churches.

In a second meeting, the Pope will join some 40 heads of other faith traditions including Jews, Muslims, Buddhists and Hindus.

Many of the World Youth Day activities, such as forums and artistic performances, would also be open to interfaith participants, Bishop Fisher said.

"We've been in discussion with the Jewish community, we're very conscious of the fear some people might have that enacting the Passion of Christ could incite anti-semitic feelings and so we've had a long dialogue about how we can minimise any risk of that.

"We want to make it very clear to people that the Passion of Christ celebrated in the Stations of The Cross is not intended to be, is no excuse for being, an attack on anybody and certainly for nurturing any prejudices that people may have in their hearts," Bishop Fisher said.

"In the choice of scriptural texts you can choose ones that are less likely to be misinterpreted by people to encourage that kind of feeling and we've chosen those texts carefully and in consultation with others."

The Archbishop of Sydney, Cardinal George Pell, said the Catholic celebration would be open and suitable to people of all faiths.

"We're hoping it will be a celebration that will strengthen the faith and the goodness, develop the social capital of all Australian society," he told reporters.

Rabbi Jeremy Lawrence said The Pope had been invited to the Great Synagogue Sydney while in the city, but time had not allowed for the visit.

The interfaith meeting will not be the first of its kind, with Cardinal Pell saying similar events had been organised during past World Youth Days.

"His Holiness will find ... that Australia boasts not only one of the most religiously, culturally and ethnically diverse cultures in the world but also one of the most friendly and united in diversity," Bishop Fisher said.

World Youth Day runs from July 15 to July 20 and is expected to draw about 125,000 international visitors to Sydney. (http://news.ninemsn.com.au/article.aspx?id=570595.)


Yes, another "interfaith" meeting with "some 40 heads of other faith traditions including Jews, Muslims, Buddhists and Hindus." I wonder if representatives of the cannibalistic tribes from New Zealand will be present. Why not? Forty is quite a large number of false religions to include in an "interfaith" meeting. Who cares if this offends God? Then again, you see, those who deny the nature of dogmatic truth really don't understand Who God is, and this is at the whole heart of the conciliarist apostasy, whether or not anyone wants to see it or admit it as being so. "God" has become a projection of Who the conciliarists want Him to be, as the contradictions between the practices of false ecumenism and the doctrine of the Catholic Church are completely irreconcilable.

Offend God? Who cares. Offend the adherents of the Talmud? Everyone is supposed to care. Consider these words of "Bishop" Fisher once again:

We've been in discussion with the Jewish community, we're very conscious of the fear some people might have that enacting the Passion of Christ could incite anti-semitic feelings and so we've had a long dialogue about how we can minimise any risk of that.

"We want to make it very clear to people that the Passion of Christ celebrated in the Stations of The Cross is not intended to be, is no excuse for being, an attack on anybody and certainly for nurturing any prejudices that people may have in their hearts," Bishop Fisher said.

"In the choice of scriptural texts you can choose ones that are less likely to be misinterpreted by people to encourage that kind of feeling and we've chosen those texts carefully and in consultation with others."


The conciliarists are serious about this desire to "appeal" to "interfaith" sensibilities, as another press report indicates:

Sydney, May. 29, 2008 (CWNews.com) - World Youth Day organizers in Sydney, Australia, have altered the traditional pattern for the Stations of the Cross in a bow to ecumenical and inter-religious sensibilities, the Sydney Morning Herald reports.

Instead of the usual 14 stations, the Stations of the Cross that will take place in Sydney on July 18 will be a shortened version, "founded entirely on passages from the New Testament," the Morning Herald says. Stations based on pious tradition, such as those recalling Christ's falling three times, and Veronica wiping his face, will not be included. The choice of an exclusively Scriptural approach is intended to appeal to other Christian groups, organizers say.

The text for the Stations of the Cross has also been chosen to avoid language that might offend Jews or inflame anti-Semitic feelings. Bishop Anthony Fisher, the chief organizer for World Youth Day in Sydney, explained: "In the choice of scriptural texts you can choose ones that are less likely to be misinterpreted by people to encourage that kind of feeling and we've chosen those texts carefully and in consultation with others."  Stations of the Cross altered for World Youth Day


Is Holy Writ, the very written word of God Himself, capable of producing evil in the hearts of men? Is there need to "rewrite" the very word of God? Did the Third Person of the Blessed Trinity "get it wrong" when inspiring Saint John the Evangelist to write of the Jews as he did? Why is there this fear of offending the Jews when there is no fear of offending the honor and the majesty of God--Father, Son, and Holy Ghost?

Alas, this is nothing new. None other than the late, doctrinally and morally bankrupt Joseph "Cardinal" Bernardin, blasphemed Saint John the Evangelist at Jerusalem University thirteen years ago:

In the interim, as we await a scholarly resolution of the question of antisemitism in the New Testament, I would strongly urge that the Church adopt a pastoral approach. Father Raymond Brown, a renowned Catholic scholar on the Gospel of St. John, has suggested that the basis of a pastoral approach, at least with with respect to the Fourth Gospel, which is generally considered among the most problematic of all New Testament books in its outlook towards Jews and Judaism. In commenting on John's use of the term, "the Jews," Brown expresses his conviction that, by deliberately using this generic term (where other gospel writers refer to the Jewish authorities or the various Sacred Temple Jewish parties), John meant to extend to the synagogue of his own day blame that an earlier tradition had attributed to the Jewish authorities. Although John was not the first to engage in such extension, he is the most insistent New Testament author in this regard. Brown attributes this process in John to the persecution that Christians were experiencing during that time at the hands of the synagogue authorities. Jews who professed Jesus to be the Messiah had been officially expelled from Judaism, thus making them vulnerable to Roman investigation and punishment. Jews were tolerated by Rome, but who were these Christians whom the Jews disclaimed?

Father Brown maintains that this This is a key pastoral point. Christians today must come to see that such teaching, which an acknowledged part of their biblical heritage, can no longer be regarded as definitive teaching in light of our improved understanding of developments in the relationship between early Christianity and the Jewish community of the time. As Brown says in his book, The Community of the Beloved Disciple, "It would be incredible for a twentieth-century Christian to share or justify the Johannine contention that 'the Jews' are the children of the Devil, an affirmation which is placed on the lips of Jesus (John 8: 44)."

Negative passages such as these must be re-evaluated in light of the Second Vatican Council's strong affirmation in its Declaration on the Relation of the Church to Non-Christian Relations (Nostra Aetate) that Jews remain a covenanted people, revered by God. The teaching of recent Popes has also emphasized this. Pope John Paul II, in particular, has often highlighted the intimate bond that exists between Jews and Christians who are united in one ongoing covenant. ("Antisemitism: The Historical Legacy and the Continuing Challenge for Christians".)


How is this not blasphemy against God the Holy Ghost and Saint John the Evangelist? As you can see, however, Joseph Bernardin's bias against words inspired by the Third Person of the Most Blessed Trinity and written by the beloved disciple who stood faithfully at the foot of the Cross as the Divine Redeemer shed every single drop of His Most Precious Blood to redeem us and as His Most Blessed Mother suffered the Fifth Sword of Sorrow being plunged into her Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart is a distinguishing characteristic of the counterfeit church of conciliarism's relationship with the adherents of the Talmud. Great pains must be undertaken to avoid even the appearance of offending Talmudic Jews while tremendous offenses to God are planned for months, if not years, in advance. Meaning no disrespect to anyone who does not accept the fact that heretics cannot hold ecclesiastical office legitimately, such an inversion and perversion of truth should be a cause to consider the simple fact that the Catholic Church has never given the appearance of such infidelity and that she is incapable of giving such an an appearance of infidelity.

As hard it is for so many Catholics to accept, it is nevertheless true that all of these egregious offenses against God by the conciliarists have been made possible by virtue of the daily offenses give to Him in the abomination that is the Protestant and Masonic Novus Ordo service. One who gets accustomed that abomination will accept others right readily and with few words of protest and no acts of reparation.

A passage cited from Father Frederick Faber's All For Jesus in yesterday's article, Monkey See, Monkey Do, is worth repeating here:

Another way in which this touchiness about the interests of Jesus is shown is in the delicate perception and keen abomination of heresy and false doctrine. The purity of the True Faith is one of the very dearest interests of Jesus; and, consequently, one who truly loves his Lord and Master is pained beyond the power of words by the expression of false doctrine, especially among Catholics. . . . Thus you will not find a single saint who has not cherished this pain of love in his heart of hearts, this inability to endure the sound of heresy or false doctrine; and where this is not, then, as sure as the sun is in the heavens, the love of Jesus is but poor and weak in the heart of man. (Father Frederick Faber, All For Jesus, written in 1854, republished by TAN Books and Publishers, pp. 27-29.)


Anyone who thinks that God is pleased with respect shown to false religions does not know or love Him as He has revealed Himself to men exclusively through the Catholic Church. Anyone who thinks that God is pleased with efforts to appease His ancient enemies as it is asserted that His own Holy Writ is somehow deficient in its expression of His Holy Truth does not know or love Him as He has revealed Himself to men exclusively through the Catholic Church.

One world plus one church equals the Novus Ordo Seclorum, the new world order, as Pope Saint Pius X prophesied in Notre Charge Apostolique, August 15, 1910:

And now, overwhelmed with the deepest sadness, We ask Ourselves, Venerable Brethren, what has become of the Catholicism of the Sillon? Alas! this organization which formerly afforded such promising expectations, this limpid and impetuous stream, has been harnessed in its course by the modern enemies of the Church, and is now no more than a miserable affluent of the great movement of apostasy being organized in every country for the establishment of a One-World Church which shall have neither dogmas, nor hierarchy, neither discipline for the mind, nor curb for the passions, and which, under the pretext of freedom and human dignity, would bring back to the world (if such a Church could overcome) the reign of legalized cunning and force, and the oppression of the weak, and of all those who toil and suffer.


Today is the Feast of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus. We are in need of making reparation for our sins to that Sacred Heart through the Immaculate Heart of Mary out of which It was formed. This fount of love which was loaded down with opprobrium overflows with love and mercy for us erring, ungrateful, all-too-frequently lukewarm, recidivist sinners. We must console the Sacred Heart of Jesus for our sins and those of the whole world, especially now in this time of apostasy and betrayal, by flying unto Its patronage through the Immaculate Heart of Mary, especially by means of praying as many Rosaries each day as our states-in-life permit.

Father John Croiset, writing in The Devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, explained the suffering that the Sacred Heart endured for our salvation and the gratitude we must express with every beat of our own poor hearts:

Consider what were the sentiments of Jesus Christ when he represented to Himself distinctly, on the one hand, the singular benefits which He had lavished on His chosen people, and on the other, the cruelties and outrages which He was about to receive from this same nation, notwithstanding so many benefits. All the graces which had preceded His coming had been given to them only in view of the merits of Jesus Christ. It was particularly for this people that he had become man; it was among them, in preference to all other people, that He had chosen His parents and His friends, that He had performed His miracles and preached His doctrine, and for all these benefits he received nothing but harshness, persecution and opprobrium. He was refused a lodging at birth; He was no sooner born than He was compelled to seek shelter in a foreign country. With what indignity was He not treated during His public life! But what has He not suffered at His death! He was seized like a robber. He was dragged like a criminal along the same streets through which He had been led in triumph a few days before as the Messiah. He was struck on the face as an insolent person; in the house of Caiphas, He was spat upon as a blasphemer. He was treated as a mock king and an imposter, He was delivered up to the terrible cruelty of the demon-possessed rabble during the while night in the dungeon of Caiphas, where He suffered innumerable outrages. he was treated by Herod as a fool; He was condemned to be scourged like a wretched slave, and the criminal, Barabbas, was preferred to Him as being less wicked than He. Finally, He was condemned to the most ignominious death and was nailed to a Cross on which He expired in the sight of a huge multitude of people, most of them witnesses of His miracles, and even some in whose favor He had wrought miracles, without finding a single one among that crowd to take His part, or to offer Him consolation. From insensibility to His sufferings, they even passed to contempt, and from contempt to execration. But perhaps these people were deceived? No; they knew that His life had been holy, exemplary; that it was spent doing good, working miracles for the afflicted; and it is even for that that they persecuted Him--for being too good.

All this presented itself clearly and vividly to Jesus Christ. He was perfectly conscious of the dignity of His Person, the greatness of His favors, the disinterestedness of His love, and the unworthiness, meanness, rage, and malice of those who treat Him such such cruelty.

A great soul, especially when it is possessed of great love and when it hopes by suffering to make that love known, is capable of giving itself willingly up to suffering; but the more generous and tender a person is, the more difficult he finds it to support injustice and ingratitude, especially when he seems himself sacrificed to the envy of his enemies and betrayed by those from whom he had a right to expect help in his affliction, and when he sees that his terrible sufferings and afflictions are not capable of inspiring these men with the least sentiment of compassion.

Never has any person more clearly and vividly represented to himself events in all their circumstances than Jesus Christ. Never had anyone a more generous heart, and consequently, no one was ever more sensible to ingratitude. With what torrents of bitterness was not that Sacred Heart of Jesus inundated when It represented to Itself what He had done for this people and what this people was going to do to Him. Let us, who are so sensible to contempt, especially contempt from people whom we have most obliged; let us judge what must have been the sentiments of Jesus Christ at the sight of this spectacle. (Father John Croiset, The Devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, republished by TAN Books and Publishers, pp. 274-274.)


Let us suffer with Our Lord in this time of apostasy and betrayal as we consecrated ourselves to His Most Sacred Heart through His Most Blessed Mother's Immaculate Heart, grateful for the fact that we have been given true bishops and true priests who make no concessions to conciliarism and who want to save souls, not give offense to God in the corrupt edifice that is its one world church of the new world order.

Cor Jesu Sacratissimum, miserere nobis.

Cor Jesu Sacratissimum, miserere nobis.

Cor Jesu Sacratissimum, miserere nobis.

Vivat Christus Rex!

Immaculate Heart of Mary, pray for us.

Saint Joseph, pray for us.

Saints Peter and Paul, pray for us.

Saint John the Baptist, pray for us.

Saint John the Evangelist, pray for us.

Saint Michael the Archangel, pray for us.

Saint Gabriel the Archangel, pray for us.

Saint Raphael the Archangel, pray for us.

Saints Joachim and Anne, pray for us.

Saints Caspar, Melchior, and Balthasar, pray for us.

Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque, pray for us.

Blessed Claude de la Colombiere, pray for us.

Saint John Eudes, pray for us.

Saint Gertrude the Great, pray for us.

See also: A Litany of Saints

© Copyright 2008, Thomas A. Droleskey. All rights reserved.