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New book suggests St. Gallen Mafia agreement may have led to Pope Benedict XVI's resignation - LifeSite

The American scholar and columnist Julia Meloni has just published her long-awaited, excellent, and deeply researched history of the Sankt Gallen Mafia, a group of progressive bishops regularly meeting …More
The American scholar and columnist Julia Meloni has just published her long-awaited, excellent, and deeply researched history of the Sankt Gallen Mafia, a group of progressive bishops regularly meeting in Switzerland and plotting to further revolutionize the Catholic Church. The Sankt Gallen Mafia: Exposing the Secret Reformist Group Within the Church tells us much about the machinations of these leftist bishops and cardinals, their agenda, and even their idea that the Church needed a new “Francis” long before Pope Francis was elected. But the captivating book tells us also more about Pope Benedict XVI’s own possible entanglement with this group.
Meloni is able to retrace, with the help of different sources, the events at the 2005 Conclave that led to Pope Benedict’s election and possibly to his later resignation. We shall highlight this aspect of this new book, since many aspects of Pope Francis’ election are already better known, and also since the parallels between the intentions of …More
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Si sono svegliati un po' in ritardo a riconoscerlo..
Adrien
I wonder how is it possible that somewhere there's someone thinking that it's useful, safe and wise to sign a petition to Francis... any petition to Francis.
Ludovic Denim
The fact is that Pope Pius XII described Karl Rahner as the most important theologian since Thomas Aquinas... Was he himself part of the team supporting Karl Rahner and then the Judas that allowed these modernists to take over the Catholic Church by appointing them at the most favorable position such that John XXIII and Paul VI would be Popes ? He also favored Bugnini so that he could work on the …More
The fact is that Pope Pius XII described Karl Rahner as the most important theologian since Thomas Aquinas... Was he himself part of the team supporting Karl Rahner and then the Judas that allowed these modernists to take over the Catholic Church by appointing them at the most favorable position such that John XXIII and Paul VI would be Popes ? He also favored Bugnini so that he could work on the new rmass and he kept Cardinal Bea - that would cooperate with the B'naï Brith during Vatican II - as his private confessor. Pius XII is also considered as the Pope that helped the most Vatican 2 to be prepared by many theologians and some of his acts were imitated by his successors, such as the canonisations that have become more and more numerous during Vatican II in order to reflect on the Popes the esteem of the canonized saints while they were destroying the Church, or yet the change in the liturgy...

His prophecies about the future of the Church were also not that different of the ones that one can read from John XXIII or Paul VI...

It seems like this story is similar to the movie « Infernal Affairs » given the reaction of the modernist Hans Kung to the actions taken by Benedict XVI as soon as this latter became Pope and acted in favor of the Tridentine Mass : Le père Küng à propos du pape Benoît XVI : "Le salaud a réussi"
Jeffrey Ade
Good point!