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Last post by Lynne - Today at 03:47:05 PM
Quote from: Bernadette on Today at 02:12:14 PMThe Complete Spiritual Doctrine of St. Therese of Lisieux, by Fr. Jamart, for kindle. $.99 I have a printed copy, but I've wanted a kindle copy for some time. I'm trying to track down a quote to the effect of: "Sins committed through weakness do not offend God."

QuoteNASUGBU, Philippines (The Filipino Connection) — Detectives of the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group have arrested on May 13 a 57-year-old priest who is wanted for violation of Article 133 of the Revised Penal Code or Offending Religious Feelings.

The accused was identified as Winston Fernandez Cabading, parish priest of the Archdiocese of Manila Office of Exorcism, was arrested at around 10:10 p.m. in St. Mary Magdalene House, Caleruega Road, Batulao in Barangay Kaylaway.

He was arrested by virtue of a warrant of arrest issued by Presiding Judge Madonna Concordia Echiverri of Quezon City Regional Trial Court, Branch 81, dated May 8, 2023, with P18,000 recommended bail.

The priest was charged after former Commission on Elections chief Harriet Demetriou filed a complaint against him before the Quezon City Prosecutors Office after he allegedly mocked the apparitions of the Virgin Mary at a conference in Lipa City, Batangas.

Cabading is Archdiocese of Manila's exorcist and is an instructor of the University of Santo Tomas Faculty of Sacred Theology.

Demetriou, also a former Sandiganbayan Justice is a devotee of Our Lady Mary Mediatrix of All Grace and has alleged Cabading of being Mary's "rabid critic."

Demetriou's Facebook post said Cabading was charged of violating Article 133 of the Revised Penal Code that carrries a penalty of up to two years imprisonment.

In her complaint, Demetriou, also a retired judge said that the "Mediatrix of All Grace is a Marian apparition that took place in the Carmelite Monastery of Lipa, Batangas sometime in 1948."

"As a devotee of Our Lady, Mary, Mediatrix of all Grace and a lawyer, I believe that it is the duty of the state to safeguard my religious freedom," the complainant  said.

She chided Cabading's claims that there exists a 1951 Lipa Diocesan Verdict that "negated the authenticity of the 1948 apparition of Our Lady, Mary, Mediatrix of All Grace."

Here is the position of the Holy See regarding the Apparition:

QuoteHowever, in May 2016, the Sacred Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF) under Cardinal Gerhard Mueller overruled the archbishop and rejected his 2012 decree declaring that the alleged Marian apparitions in Batangas in 1948 were authentic. Arguelles himself disclosed the ruling by the CDF in an archdiocesan communiqué on May 31. In its decree, the Congregation stated that Pope Pius XII had made a definitive confirmation in 1951 against the supposed apparitions declaring that they "were not of supernatural origin," which the local authority had no authority to overrule.,_Mediatrix_of_All_Grace

This is the provision of the law that the good Priest allegeldy violated:

QuoteArticle 133. Offending the religious feelings. - The penalty of arresto mayor in its maximum period to prision correccional in its minimum period shall be imposed upon anyone who, in a place devoted to religious worship or during the celebration of any religious ceremony shall perform acts notoriously offensive to the feelings of the faithful.

That provision of the law which was borrowed from Spanish Penal Code was supposed to be imposed against heretic deeds and the like. Now, it is being interpreted in keeping with this demonic woke feelings based reasoning.

The authority of the Catholic Church is under attack by the devil both from within and in this case is from the outside.
The Coffee Pot / Re: interesting purchase you m...
Last post by Bernadette - Today at 02:12:14 PM
The Complete Spiritual Doctrine of St. Therese of Lisieux, by Fr. Jamart, for kindle. $.99 I have a printed copy, but I've wanted a kindle copy for some time. I'm trying to track down a quote to the effect of: "Sins committed through weakness do not offend God."
The worst sort of heresy is one that is 98% correct.  Hitler was correct in many ways, e.g. Schacht's war against usury, and Hitler's promotion of nationalism, i.e. the role of the Germans' government is to look out for the interests of the German Nation, and that jewish bolshevism had Germany as a target, pointing to the jewish bolshevik revolution in Bavaria.  This is what made Hitler so dangerous, as he could inject "German Religion", i.e. Norse gods, etc..into German society as he had huge support in Germany.

We see the analogy with heresiarch Bergoglio.  He doesn't concern me with his warmed over marxist utopia beliefs, and even his post-modernism.  These sorts of things are typically short lived (but can do damage in the interim -- yes).  "The Green Revolution" is falling apart in Germany, and if there are fair elections the Green party will be destroyed for a generation (like happened to Labor in the UK).

No, the real threat is neo-Cathoicism.  For example, Bergoglio has done real damage against the Trad movement.  However heresiarch Bergoglio justified the crack down with neo-Catholic doctrine, the Vee Poo was a legit council and that the N.O. Mass was the "Mass" of the Catholic Church.  And if you presuppose Neo-Catholicism, Begoglio's policies are the logical conclusion.  The Neo-Catholics never completely followed through with their underlying beliefs.  Bergoglio, a marxist, has no problem launching revolution in the Church.  But it is his implementing of Neo-Catholic doctrine that is the core of the issue, not his warmed over post-modernist beliefs.

And in this light JPII was a Hitlerite figure (for the logic challenged..... never mind).  He definitely was an anti-communist.  He was pretty good on pro-life, and he at least took a stand on some of the major liturgical abuses.  Compared to the bishops, especially Euro-bishops, JPII was a Franco.  And because of his widespread support, he was able to inject poison into the Church, as is common knowledge on this forum.
OKC bombing was already taken.  That was a really bad cover up.

1.  Syrian Army using chemical weapons.
2.  "Water main leak" in Georgia causing the Republican poll watchers to be sent home.
3.  Governor Whitmer kidnap plot.
4.  Pope Benedict resigning without duress. 
5.  J6 "insurrection".
QuoteBesides killing millions and millions of Poles, Ukrainians, Russians, Gypsie's, Jews, and mentally retarded, Hitler shut down the tranies and homos. I suppose it made it all worthwhile, right?

False dichotomy.  Hitler warred against the Catholic Church and sent Maximilian Kolbe to the slave labor camp of Auschwitz. 

However the brainwashed view that Hitler was "pure evil" is a very dangerous view to hold.  He was very good for labor.  His central banker and economics minister Hjalmar Schacht supported a strong currency and put major regulations on usury, which launched the German Miracle during the Great Depression.  Hitler also created Israel for the jews with the Haavarra Plan (didn't learn that in history class, did you?) and deported them there.  (Creating Israel from a nationalist perspective made sense as he separated the jewish and German nations, but from a religious sense it starts the anti-Christ epoch.)  He also stomped out the moral degeneracy raging in the country.  So he wasn't "pure evil".

But he was evil.  He was a lapsed Catholic for decades, embraced a weird pagan Oden religion, and had crazy racial theories.  He also recognized the Catholic Church as his most serious enemy and warred against it.  Also his statist economics made Germany run deficits and he resorted to money printing right before the war (Schacht was booted out in '37 because he was a hard money dude).
She is also pro-abortion.
The conservatives I know are not Gnostics. Their #1 goal is to serve God.

They love their own families and the fact that God created male and female and the Holy Sacrament of Marriage, in which children are born into a committed marriage relationship with the father of the family providing and protecting and the mother nurturing and socializing the children (and often homeschooling the children).

They love their own children and seek to protect all children from the evils of abortion, infanticide, sexual abuse, and other perversions such as mutilation of sexual organs created by God. They want to protect the innocence of their children.

They see that God created nations, each with its own cultural traditions (for example Christiandom, otherwise known as Western Civilization is alive and well among the conservatives I know -- although it has been under attack for decades). They do not allow strangers into their homes and they expect their goverment to thoroughly vet those who want to enter our nation. We know famililes who have waited 10 years to come here legally, with the family often being separated until all family members are here.

They are financially conservative, spending less than they have in order to have savings for unexpected situations. They expect the same from their government (and are not getting it).

They want to be free of mandatory medical experimentation.
They want their children to be free of propaganda in the schools.
They want to protect their children from corrupt media.
They want to be able to go to a TKM without being labeled as an enemy of the state.

Of course we are not represented by the corrupt leadership of either party, but we do exist. And we still vote. Even if there exists no perfect candidate to vote for, we can always vote against the sex-trafficking, vax-pushing globalists.
General News and Discussion / Re: Russia Invades Ukraine
Last post by james03 - Today at 11:42:31 AM
Luongo gets it:

QuoteIf you know your opponent will throw everything they have at a conflict then your strategy is a simple one; destroy everything they throw at it until they run out of money, men, and materiel to throw into it.

And this is exactly what Russia has done.

It is exactly what I expected them to do at the outset of the war (here, here, and here) failing a swift victory over Ukraine; continue their war of attrition across all theaters against the West until they either 1) sue for peace or 2) collapse under the weight of their own hubris.

Former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson (Who else?), put the kibosh on any early negotiated settlement between Russia and Ukraine.

To Crooke's point, the West's investment in Ukraine was simply too big to give up that easily. Believing the ultimate SANCTIONS package would overthrow Putin and destabilize Russia, both (((Davos))) and the Anglo-(((neocons))) bet too heavily on this working. As my dad used to say about pro athletes, "he spends too much time reading his press clippings..."

Two very Establishment Anglo-American media in the UK (in which U.S. Establishment messages often surface) finally – and bitterly – have admitted: 'Sanctions on Russia failed'. The Telegraph laments: They "are a joke"; "Russia was meant to have collapsed by now"

Do they not remember their failure in 2014/15 when this whole Ukraine War project started? They threw Viktor Yanukovich out of power and Russia took Crimea from them. So, their 'shock and awe' then was to throw an epic temper tantrum crashing the price of oil from $125 to $25 per barrel.

This was the first instance of the "Ruble to Rubble" campaign. It didn't work then.

SANCTIONS was the one and only strategic objective of the Former West.  It failed.  So expect escalation, even though "they are insane!" and this does not serve the interests of the American Nation and actually has severe negative consequences.

But it is not insane.  Starting a war between the Former West and the White Russians who have returned to power makes perfect sense.  The White Russians are the eternal enemy of the Trotsky (Bronstein), Nuland, and Kagan families.  And the neo-cons are former Trotskyites.
To raise the tone of the conversation, once more, here is the latest trend in Russian hospitals and clinics.  There is a widespread trend in all medical facilities in Russia renovating part of the clinic and making a place for Orthodox prayer, like a prayer room.

Pictures attached from my wife.