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Archbishop Vigano warns humanity against the agenda of world domination.
spinmeister
I don't trust Archbishop Vigano at all. No matter what he says, he is not trustworth.
End Times and Crucial Info
Vigano has said some true things, however, he misunderstands what has truly happened regarding the Catholic Church.
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Vigano has said some true things, however, he misunderstands what has truly happened regarding the Catholic Church.

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Roberto 55
Dimond bross have almost no followers and criticizes everything and everybody. Only they have truth and probably thinks that they are "truth"...
End Times and Crucial Info
Actually, you're wrong - there are thousands that support MHFM across the world. And no, they don't criticize everyone, although one should realize that heresy, apostasy, sin & blasphemy is nearly everywhere today. Those things should be exposed. They never claimed to be the only ones who have the truth. You're extremely dishonest about MHFM. You should look at their material. It shows crucial …More
Actually, you're wrong - there are thousands that support MHFM across the world. And no, they don't criticize everyone, although one should realize that heresy, apostasy, sin & blasphemy is nearly everywhere today. Those things should be exposed. They never claimed to be the only ones who have the truth. You're extremely dishonest about MHFM. You should look at their material. It shows crucial information Catholics need to know. Clearly we are in the end times which prophesied an almost total apostasy & a fake church in the final days, which clearly is the Vatican II sect under Antipope Francis.
Miles - Christi
@spinmeister I'd be interested to know why do you think that...
Roberto 55
To End Times and... I didn't mean to hurt your feelings...and I have to tell you, that I am receiving their videos by email. Regarding the Faith issues they are mostly right, but they often criticized also their own "clans", like other sedevacantists, sspx and others.
I also have to tell you that Francis is pope, but very bad, maybe one of the worst in Church history and I am still praying for his …More
To End Times and... I didn't mean to hurt your feelings...and I have to tell you, that I am receiving their videos by email. Regarding the Faith issues they are mostly right, but they often criticized also their own "clans", like other sedevacantists, sspx and others.
I also have to tell you that Francis is pope, but very bad, maybe one of the worst in Church history and I am still praying for his conversion and repentance. He must be corrected and not hated... Last 100 years RCC is in "big problems " like apostasy, modernism, infiltrate by dark powers, liberalism=comunism etc. and "who is without sin"...
Salvatore Bastatti
An apostolic constitution (Latin: constitutio apostolica) is the most solemn form of legislation issued by the pope.[1][2] The use of the term constitution comes from Latin constitutio, which referred to any important law issued by the Roman emperor, and is retained in church documents because of the inheritance that the canon law of the Catholic Church received from Roman law.
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An apostolic constitution (Latin: constitutio apostolica) is the most solemn form of legislation issued by the pope.[1][2] The use of the term constitution comes from Latin constitutio, which referred to any important law issued by the Roman emperor, and is retained in church documents because of the inheritance that the canon law of the Catholic Church received from Roman law.

By their nature, apostolic constitutions are addressed to the public. Generic constitutions use the title apostolic constitution and treat on solemn matters of the church, such as the promulgation of laws or definitive teachings. The forms dogmatic constitution and pastoral constitution are titles sometimes used to be more descriptive as to the document's purpose.

Apostolic constitutions are issued as papal bulls because of their solemn, public form. Among types of papal legislation, apostolic letters issued motu proprio are next in solemnity.

Quo primum (from the first) is the incipit of an Apostolic constitution in the form of a papal bull issued by Pope Pius V on 14 July 1570. It promulgated the Roman Missal, and made its use obligatory throughout the Latin Church of the Catholic Church, except where there existed a different Mass liturgy of the Latin Church of at least two hundred years standing.

The declared reason for this measure was this: "It is most becoming that there be in the Church... only one rite for the celebration of Mass." However, he made the exception mentioned, which permitted the survival, within limited areas or in celebrations by members of certain religious orders, of Latin liturgical rites other than the Roman Rite, rites such as the Ambrosian and Mozarabic Rites, that of the Diocese of Lyon and certain Catholic Order Rites. Some of these dioceses and religious orders have since decided to adopt the Roman Rite. Others preferred not to avail themselves of the exemption to which they were entitled and instead to adopt the Roman Missal immediately.

Thus, although the bull Quo primum contained expressions such as "Let all everywhere adopt and observe what has been handed down by the Holy Roman Church, the Mother and Teacher of the other Churches, and let Masses not be sung or read according to any other formula than that of this Missal published by Us. This ordinance applies henceforth, now, and forever, throughout all the provinces of the Christian world", exceptions were allowed from the start, and not all priests—even those within Latin Rites—were obliged to adopt the Missal of Pius V.[1]

In the bull Pope Pius V declared: "By this present Constitution, which will be valid henceforth, now, and forever, We order and enjoin that nothing must be added to Our recently published Missal, nothing omitted from it, nor anything whatsoever be changed within it." And he concluded: "No one whosoever is permitted to alter this notice of Our permission, statute, ordinance, command, precept, grant, indult, declaration, will, decree, and prohibition. Should anyone dare to contravene it, let him know that he will incur the wrath of Almighty God and of the Blessed Apostles Peter and Paul."

By this, he forbade alterations by other authorities, ecclesiastical or civil, or by private individuals. He gives a list of ecclesiastical dignitaries who, he says, may not alter his Missal, even of the level of cardinal, or another ("each and every patriarch, administrator, and all other persons or whatever ecclesiastical dignity they may be, be they even cardinals of the Holy Roman Church, or possessed of any other rank or pre-eminence"). Paul V instituted a minor inclusion of a Feast day after the victory of Lepanto in the following year, he added to it the feast of Our Lady of Victory. In 1585, Pope Sixtus V restored the feast of the Presentation of the Virgin Mary, which Pope Pius V had removed from the Missal. Only 34 years after the publication of Quo primum, Pope Clement VIII made a general revision of the Roman Missal, as did Pope Urban VIII 30 years later. These additions of Feast days and revision were not an abrogation of Quo Primum, but rather, within its purview, and affirmations of, its theological underpinnings.