The Bubo And The Plague.

After the expectedly shocking news of the new Cardinal appointments, I visited a well known Catholic blog to read what the very good priest running it had to say.

I read sober words of suffering and prevailing in the end, of a Church crucified by evil men like Christ once was.

The Comments were a different story. With few exceptions, the commenter really seem to not have the faintest clue why this is happening.

Most seem to think that JP and Benedict’s Pontificates were, in fact, good, and that they appointed good bishops and cardinals.

Good Lord..

As I was reading the comments, it became clear to me, as in a flesh, why we are living the years we are living.

The root of the problem is Vatican II, its novelties and innovations, its approach to the way the Church is and operates and, crucially, its disfiguration of the Liturgy. As long as this is not understood, and acted upon, things will keep getting worse, as there is no way that a ball once sent down a slippery slope stops rolling. Vatican II is the slippery slope. All the rest follows from it.

How many of even the good intentioned faithful realise this? Perhaps ten percent? All the others hanker for… what exactly? A JP III kissing the earth before a Rock Mass? A Benedict XVII happy with being respected by no-one as his motu proprios are left as dead letter almost everywhere? More Buddha symbols in the sanctuary? More happy-clappy masses? More interminable hours of theology of the body no one understands, and no one felt the need for?

If you want more of this, you deserve Francis, then Francis was allowed by God to make you understand the evil of the aggiornamento.

Milquetoast disapproval of a horrible pope while looking back at bad ones is not going to change anything more than wanting for the ball to be put back higher in the slope, whence it will unavoidably roll down at increasing speed again.

Francis is the broken bubo, with the disgusting pus pouring out. But Vatican II is the plague.

When we get this, we will be on the road to sanity again. Until that day, we will have to live with very evil Popes, Bishops and Cardinals.

Posted on September 3, 2019, in Traditional Catholicism. Bookmark the permalink. 12 Comments.

  1. Here is a helpful quote from St. Augustine:

    “But God, as He is the supremely good Creator of good natures, so he is the most just exploiter of evil ones; so that, while they make an ill use of good natures, He makes a good use even of evil wills.”

    “Pope” Francis, etc are tools in God’s hands. Mysterious are the ways of the Lord.
    “The LORD gave and the LORD has taken away. Blessed be the name of the LORD.”

  2. JP and Benedict appointed most of the c(small “C” on purpose)ardinals that elected “frankie the pope.” V2 is the source of the sickness, as you point out, and all I can do is to agree 100% with your analysis.
    But The Church is still the Church and there is the SSPX but clearly our church has been hemmoraging members since V2. Who can wonder why?

  3. You are absolutely right again, Mundabor. There is nothing about the “church” since VATII to celebrate. It all has to go as well as JPII and his disastrous papacy which has led to this evil papacy.

    The only thing I want to see condemned right along with the Eucharistic sacrileges is the devastation that has torn families apart due to the scandalous tribunals and Roman Rota.

    In America marriages have been declared null for the stupidest of reasons by the tens of thousands, and parents deal with the trauma it does to their children by taking them to counselors and by drugging them.

    This morning millions of kids will drag themselves to the bus stop, try to get through the day without being called out of a classroom for their appointment with the counselor ( very embarrassing), and return “home,” which is no more a home than the church is Catholic.

    All because Dad needs another woman, and Mom needs another man, and Father ______ needs his sodomite partner. It’s all sick!

    I could go on. These new cardinals are not going to care anymore about families than TOB cared about them. It’s all about sex and only the wrath of God is going to stop them.

  4. catholictradition2

    Ultimately it was our becoming too complacent with sin, ours, then others. So we abandoned tradition with an unprecedented recklessness, the worst of it, our ignoring Our Lady of Fatima.

  5. Priests are afraid to preach against VII because they fear excommunication. Father Vaughn Treco was excommunicated precisely for his criticism of VII. Most of the laity who still go to Mass seem to be enveloped by a thick fog of willful ignorance. I keep telling my Catholic relatives that PF is a symptom of the disease and not its primary cause, and that until Vatican II is dumped, nothing will change. My aunt, who is in her late 70s, simply can’t accept that her favorite saint JPII could have done anything wrong. When I pointed out his kissing of the Koran and placing of the Buddha statute in the church of Assisi (violations of the 1st Commandment), she simply did not hear me. It’s like that. The stuff they don’t want to hear, they don’t hear. I pray that their eyes and ears be opened to the truth.

  6. Ailish Uí Laoighre

    Link please?

  7. Amen, good sir!

  8. Igor Pavel Merkù

    “As long as this is not understood, and acted upon, things will keep getting worse”
    Q: what are your proposals, suggestions, besides -of course- praying, praying hard, besides of that, what do you suggest for average lay people to do? Thanks

    • You and me? Pray hard, frequent the best mass you can, delve deep into pre V II uses and traditions. Help organisations like SSPX but No money to v II church. Be vocal with family and friends about true Catholicism.

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