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Fr. Saguto made a distinction between the Church Herself and "the human element" i.e. bad Church leaders. He pointed out we must not abandon the Church because of its current leadership and that we can find solace from bad news in good Catholic works, all sound advice.

Fr. Saguto didn't suggest we shouldn't face any supposed "crisis". That's some yellow-journalism happening there.

Besides, …More
Fr. Saguto made a distinction between the Church Herself and "the human element" i.e. bad Church leaders. He pointed out we must not abandon the Church because of its current leadership and that we can find solace from bad news in good Catholic works, all sound advice.

Fr. Saguto didn't suggest we shouldn't face any supposed "crisis". That's some yellow-journalism happening there.

Besides, it's debatable there even IS a crisis. Traditionalists have been staying true to the Church's teachings and ignoring the Church's bad leadership and bizarre novelties for roughly sixty years now. The current regime is just more of the same.
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Anyone who admires Pope Paul VI has little idea of who he really was and what he really did to our Church. See Fr. Luigi Villa and his magazine Chiesa viva.
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True, he gave away his cross and ring to the United Nations, to help the poor.
Judas also wanted to sell our Lord Jesus' perfume and give the money to the poor.