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Archbishop Viganò Details “Deep Church” Involvement in the “Great Reset”
by Luis Miguel January 5, 2021

With President Trump’s path to a second term seemingly growing narrower thanks to collusion between Deep State agents in government and the mainstream media, the political establishment feels confident that it will soon be able to fully implement The Great Reset, which would totally erode our freedoms and transform society as we know it.
Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò of the Catholic Church, who has frequently spoken out against Pope Francis, the Deep State, and the “Deep Church,” discussed the key actors involved in the Great Reset in written responses to a group of questions submitted by Steve Bannon.
As noted in the interview, Bannon asked Viganò about the relationship between China and the Catholic Church under Jorge Mario Bergoglio (Pope Francis), to which the archbishop explained that the “dictatorship of the Chinese Communist Party is allied to the global deep state” and that “the plans for the Great Reset are an opportunity to increase the economic power of China in the world.”
Said Viganò:
The complicity of Bergoglio’s deep church in this infernal project has deprived Chinese Catholics of the indefectible defense that the Papacy had always been for them. Up until the papacy of Benedict XVI, the papacy had not made any agreements with the Beijing dictatorship, and the Roman Pontiff retained the exclusive right to appoint bishops and govern dioceses. I recall that even at the time of the Bill Clinton administration during the 1990’s, former Cardinal McCarrick was the point of contact between the deep church and the American deep state, carrying out political missions in China on behalf of the US administration. And the suspicions that the resignation of Benedict XVI involved China are quite strong and coherent with the picture that has been emerging in recent months.
He further said that China seeks the “cancellation of religions” and their replacement with “a religion of the State which definitely has many elements in common with the universal religion desired by globalist ideology, whose spiritual leader is Bergoglio.”
Viganò went on to criticize Biden for his “numerous ties to China, the deep state, and the advocates of globalist ideology,” as well as his “intention to condemn us all to wear masks.”
He proclaimed that to put an end to the “Deep Church” and restore the Catholic Church, “the extent of the involvement of the leaders of the Church with the Masonic-globalist project will have to be revealed” and any proof of crimes by these actors in possession of the Secret Service must be revealed.
Ultimately, it is a battle of good versus evil; Viganò asserted that globalism “is instrumental to the establishment of the kingdom of the Antichrist, since it shares its principles, means, and ends.”
The archbishop also touched on the subject of Pope Benedict’s resignation and the connection to the Clintons:
The events that led to the resignation of Benedict XVI still need to be clarified, but one of the members of the deep church, the deceased Cardinal Danneels, a Jesuit like Bergoglio, admitted that he was a part of the so-called Saint Gallen Mafia, which essentially worked to bring about the “springtime of the Church” which John Podesta, Hillary Clinton’s chief of staff, wrote about in his emails published by Wikileaks.
He also pushed back against those who dismiss such discussions as “conspiracy theory”:
Labeling those who denounce the existence of a conspiracy as “conspiracy theorists” confirms, if anything, that this conspiracy exists, and that its authors are very upset at having been found out and reported to public opinion.…
Years ago, those who spoke of the New World Order were called conspiracy theorists. Today, all of the world’s leaders, including Bergoglio, speak with impunity about the New World Order, describing it exactly in the terms that were identified by the so-called conspiracy theorists. It is enough to read the globalists’ declarations to understand that the conspiracy exists and that they pride themselves on being its architects, to the point of admitting the need for a pandemic in order to reach their objectives of social engineering.
Viganò summed up the situation by describing, in very stark terms, what’s at stake in this fight:
Families without father and mother, polyamory, sodomy, children who can change their sex, the cancellation of Religion and the imposition of an infernal cult, abortion and euthanasia, the abolition of private property, a health dictatorship, a perpetual pandemic. Is this the world that we want, that you want for yourselves, your children, and your family and friends?

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Archbishop Vigano sees, and correctly so, the the Deep Church is a shadowy clerical network “that betrays its duties and forswears its proper commitments before God.”(quoting the Archbishop)

It is a continuation of the process of infiltration and doctrinal destruction prepared for earlier in the 20th, to culminate in the Second Vatican Council, which was "The French Revolution" in the Church.

As a Traditional Catholic, I denounce the Council, its works, and its aftermath as the pomp of the Devil.
We have a pope who basically a communist and a heretic, and hopefully in the future he will be condemned as such, alongside all the popes from John XXIII down, by a future CATHOLIC pope and council.

Like that song from The Northern Pikes, we say "He aint Catholic, he just looks that way."
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Ursus wrote: Wed Jan 06, 2021 1:41 pmWe have a pope who basically a communist and a heretic
Yes and probably playing the role of "False Prophet" in the Book of Revelation.

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Definitely a dress rehearsal to prepare for the Anti-Christ.
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PNN wrote: Fri Jan 08, 2021 12:44 am
Ursus wrote: Wed Jan 06, 2021 1:41 pmWe have a pope who basically a communist and a heretic
Yes and probably playing the role of "False Prophet" in the Book of Revelation.
Could be...seems so.

Although a real pope cannot be a communist and a heretic ....and visa versa.
The first requirement of any true catholic is to profess the faith...never mind be a real priest, bishop and pope. (then consider orders.)

I make no judgments of a pope. The Holy Roman Catholic Church has pre V2. The Church has already condemned modernism and modernists ipso facto and these V2 pretend popes.

Nor am I Sedevacanist... that is also against V1's perpetuity of the papacy until the consummation of the world

This is my position

http://www.baltimore-catechism.com/lesson12.htm

Q. 537. What does anti-pope mean, and who were the anti-popes?

A. Anti-pope means a pretended pope. The anti-popes were men who by the aid of faithless Christians or others unlawfully seized and claimed the papal power while the lawful pope was in prison or exile.

Its not just "my position", its keeping with The Teaching of The Church. The V2 cannot be popes according to V1 and before, but there has to be a pope according to V1.

I go with Peter in Chains, That is the historical precedent keeping with Tradition, Magisterium, and Scripture which also fulfils the specifics requirements made on the papacy in V1.

Think of an eclipse. Does the sun cease to exist because the moon is in front and we can't see it?

"Where Peter is, there is the Church"

http://catholictradition.org/francis-prophecies.htm

Shortly before he died, St. Francis of Assisi called together his followers and warned them of the coming troubles, saying:

1. The time is fast approaching in which there will be great trials and afflictions; perplexities and dissensions, both spiritual and temporal, will abound; the charity of many will grow cold, and the malice of the wicked will increase.

2. The devils will have unusual power, the immaculate purity of our Order, and of others, will be so much obscured that there will be very few Christians who will obey the true Sovereign Pontiff and the Roman Church with loyal hearts and perfect charity. At the time of this tribulation a man, not canonically elected, will be raised to the Pontificate, who, by his cunning, will endeavor to draw many into error and death.

3. Then scandals will be multiplied, our Order will be divided, and many others will be entirely destroyed, because they will consent to error instead of opposing it.

4. There will be such diversity of opinions and schisms among the people, the religious and the clergy, that, except those days were shortened, according to the words of the Gospel, even the elect would be led into error, were they not specially guided, amid such great confusion, by the immense mercy of God.

5. Then our Rule and manner of life will be violently opposed by some, and terrible trials will come upon us. Those who are found faithful will receive the crown of life; but woe to those who, trusting solely in their Order, shall fall into tepidity, for they will not be able to support the temptations permitted for the proving of the elect.

6. Those who preserve in their fervor and adhere to virtue with love and zeal for the truth, will suffer injuries and, persecutions as rebels and schismatics; for their persecutors, urged on by the evil spirits, will say they are rendering a great service to God by destroying such pestilent men from the face of the earth. but the Lord will be the refuge of the afflicted, and will save all who trust in Him. And in order to be like their Head, [Christ] these, the elect, will act with confidence, and by their death will purchase for themselves eternal life; choosing to obey God rather than man, they will fear nothing, and they will prefer to perish rather than consent to falsehood and perfidy.

7. Some preachers will keep silence about the truth, and others will trample it under foot and deny it. Sanctity of life will be held in derision even by those who outwardly profess it, for in those days JESUS CHRIST WILL SEND THEM NOT A TRUE PASTOR, BUT A DESTROYER."
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Peter in chains? – 1- A terrible dilemma



« And at the same time, Herod the king stretched forth his hands, to afflict some of the church. And he killed James, the brother of John, with the sword. And seeing that it pleased the Jews, he proceeded to take up Peter also. Now it was in the days of the Azymes. And when he had apprehended him, he cast him into prison, delivering him to four files of soldiers to be kept, intending, after the pasch, to bring him forth to the people. Peter therefore was kept in prison. But prayer was made without ceasing by the church unto God for him. And when Herod would have brought him forth, the same night Peter was sleeping between two soldiers, bound with two chains: and the keepers before the door kept the prison. And behold an angel of the Lord stood by him: and a light shined in the room: and he striking Peter on the side, raised him up, saying: Arise quickly. And the chains fell off from his hands. And the angel said to him: Gird thyself, and put on thy sandals. And he did so. And he said to him: Cast thy garment about thee, and follow me. And going out, he followed him, and he knew not that it was true which was done by the angel: but thought he saw a vision. And passing through the first and the second ward, they came to the iron gate that leadeth to the city, which of itself opened to them. And going out, they passed on through one street: and immediately the angel departed from him. And Peter coming to himself, said: Now I know in very deed, that the Lord hath sent his angel, and hath delivered me out of the hand of Herod, and from all the expectation of the people of the Jews. And considering, he came to the house of Mary the mother of John, who was surnamed Mark, where many were gathered together and praying. And when he knocked at the door of the gate, a damsel came to hearken, whose name was Rhode. And as soon as she knew Peter’s voice, she opened not the gate for joy, but running in she told that Peter stood before the gate. But they said to her: Thou art mad. But she affirmed that it was so. Then said they: It is his angel. But Peter continued knocking. And when they had opened, they saw him, and were astonished. But he beckoning to them with his hand to hold their peace, told how the Lord had brought him out of prison, and he said: Tell these things to James, and to the brethren. And going out, he went into another place. » Acts 12:1-17
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Today we celebrate the feast of the Holy Apostles Peter and Paul. This feast is intimately linked to the Apostolic See, as is manifest from Saint Leo the Great’s words in today’s Matins: « For these are the two heroes, O Rome, who made the Gospel of Christ shine forth in your eyes; and it is through them that you, who were mistress of error, became a disciple of the truth. »

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Statue of Moses in St Peter in chains church – Rome


The present situation of the Apostolic See

Alas, the present situation of the Apostolic See is extremely dramatic. As has become clear, an apostate of the worst kind sits in the throne of Peter and continues day after day to persecute the Church of God. Very similar things can be said of his predecessors since the death of Pius XII in 1958. We will take these facts for granted and hold them indisputable and we will not try to prove them here. They are accepted today by all true Catholics.

How to navigate in this unprecedented situation? Have the Pontiffs of the past not been as clear as can be about the infallibility and indefectibility of the See of Peter?

« This prayer has obtained that so far the Faith of Peter has not failed; and it is not believed that it will fail on his throne until the end of the ages; Peter will strengthen the hearts of his brethren, as he has done so far. » (St Leo IX)

« The Roman Church has never erred; it will never err, and we do not put in the ranks of Catholics anyone who does not agree with the Roman Church. » (Gregory VII)

And we could add so many other passages that others have quoted before us …

Will it be necessary to adopt Bergoglio’s daily heresies and apostasies to agree with the Roman Church? God forbid! It would be just as good to abandon the divinely revealed Religion than to try to align our Faith with that of the impious Francis.

Are Francis and his immediate predecessors to be considered as the Vicars of Christ on earth? Many people do not think so and have excellent reasons not to think so.

Does this mean that the lineage of Peter’s successors has been interrupted? After nearly 2000 years of constant succession, was there finally an interruption in the power given to Peter by Christ: « Feed my sheep »? Is the Church no longer apostolic? Can we not say anymore in our Creed: « I believe in the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church »?

Should the words of Vatican I be changed?

« Just as he sent the Apostles whom he had chosen to himself into the world, as he himself had been sent by the Father [Jn 20:21], so he wished that there should be in his Church pastors and teachers until the end of the world [Mt 28:20]. »

« What Christ our Lord, leader of the pastors, supreme pastor of the sheep, has instituted for the eternal salvation and the perpetual good of the Church must necessarily, by this same authority, always last in the Church, which, based on the stone, will remain firm until the end of the centuries. « No one doubts, and all the centuries know that the holy and most blessed Peter, leader and head of the Apostles, column of faith, foundation of the Catholic Church, has received the keys of the Kingdom of our Lord Jesus Christ, Savior and Redeemer of the human race: until now and always, it is he who, in the person of his successors, the bishops of the Holy See of Rome, founded by him and consecrated by his blood, « lives, presides and exercises the power to judge « (Council of Ephesus, 3rd session (July 11, 431), Speech of the priest Philippe.)

Would we have been for several decades in a long interregnum, a vacancy of the Apostolic See longer than usual? Some say it. But have we ever seen a vacancy of the Apostolic See during which the Church of Christ, guided by the Holy Spirit, did not try by all means to elect a successor to Peter? Is there not an abysmal difference between the current situation and the short vacancies of the past?


A frightful dilemma

As we see, Catholics are today prisoners of a terrible dilemma:

either we submit ourselves to the apostate Vatican authorities and we sacrifice our faith in the infallibility of the Church. The latter is no longer the immaculate guardian of the dogmas of Christ. What is the point of professing that the Vicar of Christ is infallible in his magisterium if, as some seem to think, every Catholic must become an expert in distinguishing extraordinary magisterium, ordinary universal magisterium, authentic magisterium, non-authentic magisterium, etc, before he can confidently submit to the voice of the Universal Pastor of souls?
or we reject the current pastors of the Vatican as devouring wolves and we admit the vacancy of the Apostolic See. In this case, it must be admitted that all jurisdiction has been extinguished in the Church. The popes of Vatican II are not Successors of the Apostles and the Church has been without Peter for decades. Has not the Church, in this case, disappeared along with Peter and the unshakeable faith of him on whom it was established? « Thou art Peter and upon this rock I will build my Church.»

We are not unaware that some are doing dangerous acrobatics by saying that the current occupants of the Vatican are somehow popes, somehow non-popes. But do these dreams have anything to do with the Faith of the simple ones ? Will it be necessary after this crisis for all the sheep of Christ to follow a thorough theology course to understand what really happened during the crisis? We doubt it very much.


Review the catechisms?

In short, that pontifical infallibility be a more complex notion than hitherto believed, or that the perpetuity of the Apostolic Succession be not interrupted by the present situation, it will not be easy to reconcile the present crisis of the Church with what was taught to the Faithful in their catechisms. Allow us to take, as an example, the Short and Literal Explanation of the Little Catechism of Quebec:

Q. 140 – What do you mean by the infallibility of the Church?

By the infallibility of the Church, I mean the privilege that Jesus Christ gave to his Church not to be deceived when she teaches a truth of Faith or Morals.

Q. 142 – What is the indefectibility of the Church?

The indefectibility of the Church means that the Church, as founded by Jesus Christ, will last until the end of the world.

Q. 143 – In which person are these three attributes of the Church (authority, infallibility, and indefectibility) united?

These three attributes of the Church are united in their fullness in the person of the Pope, whose authority and infallibility will last until the end of time.

– The Pope is not immortal, but until the end of the world, the pope will be at his death replaced by another pope who will also be the vicar of Jesus Christ, the successor of St. Peter and the visible leader of the Church, and who consequently will have the same privileges as his predecessors.

– The election of the pope may be delayed, but the papacy will be abolished only at the end of the world.

Q. 148 – How is the Church apostolic?

The Church is apostolic because it was founded by Jesus Christ on the Apostles, and is ruled by their legitimate successors, and has taught and will always teach their doctrine. (…) To say that the Church is apostolic is to say that it is today what it was in the time of the Apostles, it has changed neither in its constitution nor in its faith.

Will it then be necessary to change all the catechisms of the faithful and to abolish the Brief Explanations and replace them with Detailed Explanations because everything is actually more complicated than we thought? Please allow us to doubt it.

To be continued.

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Reflexions : Peter in chains? – 2 – The Eclipse of the Church

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We continue our reflections on Peter in chains. Let it be understood that these are mere reflections.

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« The Church will be eclipsed, the world will be in consternation, » said Our Lady at La Salette.

Our Lady, it may be thought, chose her words very carefully in speaking of the « terrible crisis » that the Church would go through. But precisely, she used the word eclipse, in preference to any other.

What is an eclipse? In astronomy, an eclipse is the apparent and temporary disappearance of a celestial body which is obscured by the passage of another celestial body between the eclipsed body and the eye of the observer. For example – and this is the example we will take here for these reflections – during an eclipse of the sun, the moon interposes between the sun and the earth, leaving the earth in darkness and causing a sudden and rapid fall the earth’s temperature.

It should be noted that during a solar eclipse, the sun disappears only in appearance and not in reality. It is still visible, by its nature of luminous physical being, although it is not seen by the observer. In reality, the sun has lost none of its properties, but a foreign body prevents its light and its heat from reaching the man who looks at it, easily leaving man, if he is not warned, in a great consternation.

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The Church, therefore, will be eclipsed, according to Our Lady, that is to say, a foreign body will intervene between the Church and the eyes of the Catholics, leaving them and the other inhabitants of the globe in a great consternation. But, to be able to say that the word eclipse was properly chosen by Our Lady, it seems that two different things are needed : the intervention of a foreign body that eclipses the Church and the fact that the Church disappears only in appearance and not in reality.

« Ubi Petrus, ibi Ecclesia, ibi Deus ». Where is Peter, there is the Church, there is God, according to the famous phrase attributed to St. Ambrose. Can we think that this adage applies to the present situation of the Church? Can we think that by saying that the « Church will be in eclipse », the Virgin Mary wanted to warn us that Peter himself would be eclipsed? Ubi Petrus, ibi Ecclesia … That Peter would disappear in appearance and not in reality, eclipsed that he would be by a false papacy? The question can be asked…

If it is so, many Catholics today, called by several « sedeplenists », facing the mystery of a « papacy » that is promoting daily errors and blasphemies, would have resolved to consider the moon that eclipses the sun as being the sun itself, while recognizing that, momentarily, the sun has lost its warmth and clarity. That is to say that the Church and the Pope have lost their doctrinal and moral infallibility. Of course, they will not say that so clearly, but what they say ultimately amounts to denying the infallibility of the Church and the pope.

Other Catholics, generally called « sedevacantists », would be more lucid about the nature of the celestial body that eclipses the sun. They would know that the moon is not the sun. However, they would speak as if the sun had really, momentarily, ceased to exist behind the moon. That is to say that the unbroken succession of Peter’s successors would have been broken for a time. This amounts to denying in one way or another the perpetuity of the apostolic succession.

The problem with these two contrary positions is that the Church cannot lose its essential elements. The divine constitution of the Church is unalterable and it demands that the Church be always infallible, perfectly free from error in her doctrinal and moral teaching. That it be infallible and that it be so always and forever.

Tertium datur?

Is there not , after all, a way of reconciling the different aspects of the Church’s doctrine? Can we not remain faithful to what the Church has told us about the papacy without submitting to an apostate hierarchy? Are recognition of the legitimacy of the apostate Vatican authorities and absolute sedevacantism the only two options available to us?

Let us begin first with a truth that all Catholics will readily admit: there can be only one pope. Thank God, this is not yet a subject of contention among Catholics. It is important to remember this truth because it has the merit of limiting the possibilities opened to us in this crisis of the papacy to only a few ones.

Many traditionalists, it must be said, admit only two possibilities when they look at the present crisis of the papacy:

either the popes of Vatican II are popes and the see of Peter is not vacant;
or the popes of Vatican II are not popes, and the see of Peter is vacant.


In reality, and we are in the order of pure reflection, pure logics, there are three possibilities that are:

either the popes of Vatican II are popes and the seat is not vacant;
or the popes of Vatican II are not popes and the seat is vacant;
or the popes of Vatican II are not popes, but there is another pope and the seat is not vacant.

Tertium datur, in the order of pure logics, there is a third way. Maybe it is not the right one, but it exists.


« Thou art mad »

Yes, tertium datur. There is a third way that must not be forgotten. That of a pope eclipsed by divine will, so that his long exile goes unnoticed in the eyes of all men. A Lord who would test the faith of his Faithful in a manner very similar to the test permitted for His apostles when He was himself buried.

A possibility that makes you smile, which makes you raise your eyes to the sky as soon as you approach it, in short, an option that is truly madness in the eyes of men. Would it be the wisdom of God?

As in chapter 12 of the Acts of the Apostles, will Peter one day knock on the door of the Church after being miraculously freed by God? Will the servant Rhode announcing his return hear again: « Thou art mad », « It is his angel »?

As incredible as it may seem, this third way should not be ruled out simply because it requires divine intervention.

The crisis we are going through is not a crisis like the others. It is easy to think that it is the crisis of the end, that it is the last, that there will be no other. This is because its magnitude exceeds all that we have seen in history and especially because it is not possible to imagine a deeper one. What is more deceptive indeed than to see those who claim to be the successors of Peter and of the Apostles of Jesus Christ teach us all together another gospel than that of Jesus Christ? No, really, nothing can be more deceptive, nothing else can be more likely to deceive « if it were possible, the elected ones themselves. » Matt. 24:24 In such a context, why exclude immediately the supernatural and the divine? Why want everything to be only reasonable and human?

There is an apostle who has excluded the supernatural and the divine. His name is Thomas. « If I do not see in his hands the mark of the nails, and if I put not my finger in the place of the nails, and my hand in his side, I will not believe. Eight days later, the disciples being still in the same place, and Thomas with them, Jesus came, the doors being shut, and standing among them, he said to them: « Peace be with you! » Then he said to Thomas, « Put your finger here, and look at my hands, and bring your hand too, and put it in my side, and do not be incredulous, but believing. » Thomas answered him, « My Lord, and my God! » Jesus said to him, « Because you have seen me, you have believed, happy are those who have not seen and believed. » John 20: 25-29

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That Francis be a true pope, it becomes increasingly difficult for Catholics to affirm it with certainty, and the proponents of this position have little more than aggressivity to defend their heretic « pontiff ». That there be no pope at all is something else, and we have much less confidence in saying it.

Some will shout forth from the outset that to admit the possibility that there is a hidden pope, momentarily exiled, suffering with the Church and for the Church, is rushing into an imaginary world, at Alice in Wonderland. We are not so sure. Indeed, as we have discussed so far, what leads us to contemplate the hypothesis of an exiled, hidden pope, waiting for God’s time to restore the Church, is not so much the will to console ourselves in the midst of a situation so catastrophic for the Church or the unbridled pursuit of private revelations, than the very theology and the magisterium of the Church: what the popes of the past told us about the papacy, that is to say that the the Pope would always be infallible in his doctrinal and moral teaching and that the line of the successors of Peter would always last without interruption.

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Sorry, forgot to copy this last line at the end.


To be continued....

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