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Viganò: Enemy Has Systematically Occupied Key Posts in the Church

Unlike previous councils, Vatican II called itself “pastoral” and declared that it didn't want to define any doctrine, Archbishop Viganò told CatholicCulture.org (June 26).

Viganò added that it created a big watershed "between before and after,” “between unequivocal canons and empty talk", and "between anathema sit and winking at the world.”

Vatican II also conveyed a "presumed doctrinal authority" and an "implicit magisterial infallibility," although this was "clearly excluded” during the sessions of the Council.

Viganò says that the Council fathers were "deceived" because none of them could have imagined that there were powerful, hostile, and organised forces in the Church which replaced the preparatory schemas of the Council with a “bundle of cleverly disguised errors behind long-winded and deliberately equivocal speeches.”

There was a “systematic malicious mind of some of the Council Fathers on the one hand, and a naïve optimism or carelessness of other well-intentioned Council Fathers on the other.”

For Viganò, the "spirit of the Council" is the Council itself because “the errors of the post-conciliar period were contained in nuce in the Conciliar Acts.”

Accordingly it is for Viganò correct to say that the New Rite (1970) is the Mass of the Council (1962-65).

He believes that the “solution” - it's more a diagnosis - lies in “recognizing the infiltration of the enemy into the heart of the Church, the systematic occupation of key posts in the Roman Curia, seminaries, and ecclesiastical schools, the conspiracy of a group of rebels — including, in the front line, the deviated Society of Jesu.”

Viganò also recognises “the inadequacy of the response of the good, the naivety of many, the fearfulness of others, and the interests of those who have benefited thanks to that conspiracy.”

He hopes of a future pope “to rejoin the thread of Tradition there where it was cut off” - one wonders how such a pope could emerge from the present college of Cardinals.

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dowd
Archbishop Vigano is 100% correct: Vatican II was an intentional subversion of the Catholic Church and its doctrine by Modenrist/Marxist/Freemasons. The present present Church will largely dissolve and be replaced by a truly orthodox and much smaller one. This process began when Vatican II ended and has gathered significant momentum since the emergence of Bergoglio. This should be clear to most …More
Archbishop Vigano is 100% correct: Vatican II was an intentional subversion of the Catholic Church and its doctrine by Modenrist/Marxist/Freemasons. The present present Church will largely dissolve and be replaced by a truly orthodox and much smaller one. This process began when Vatican II ended and has gathered significant momentum since the emergence of Bergoglio. This should be clear to most serious Catholics.
Arthur McGowan
A pope can name his successor. Does such a pope have to die in office? Or could there be a letter from Benedict, naming his successor, to be opened after his death?
Ultraviolet
"A pope can name his successor." Perhaps. However when a Pope resigns, he's no longer Pope.
Scapular
Ultraviolet
One of the best summaries of the how and (just as importantly) the why that inflicted Vatican Council II on The Church.
Novella Nurney
Agreed. The summary ends on a rather unpalatable note. But, it never occurred to me that an orthodox and courageous pope would emerge from this present College of Cardinals. He will only come about by The Will of God and much prayer, fasting and penance from Christ's bride.
Ultraviolet
Miracles do happen. So do plagues, tribulations and instances of Godly Wrath. God promised He would never again destroy all life by water. (Gen 9:11) That leaves Him plenty of options once His patience finally runs out.

If memory serves, Our Lady Of Akita predicted some kind of epic fire-storm as the next one, which is very cool, but it's been done before. Why broadcast a re-run of Sodom and …More
Miracles do happen. So do plagues, tribulations and instances of Godly Wrath. God promised He would never again destroy all life by water. (Gen 9:11) That leaves Him plenty of options once His patience finally runs out.

If memory serves, Our Lady Of Akita predicted some kind of epic fire-storm as the next one, which is very cool, but it's been done before. Why broadcast a re-run of Sodom and Gomorrah when He could inflict something... you know... surprising. ;-)

After all, The God Of Surprises should live up to His title, eh? :D

I'll be more than happy to provide The Almighty my consulting services pro bono if He needs inspiration for memorable new cataclysms. As He is all-good, The Lord may benefit from the advice of one who is, well... not.
Alex A
My memory recalls the first edition of the book "Akita." Not impressed at all with the local Ordinary's approval of the alleged apparitions claimed by a convert Nun. The Bishop ruled against his own panel of experts who had determined that there were no grounds for the claim[s] of supernatural occurrences. Interestingly, the second edition had 'removed' accounts of worms coming out the wooden …More
My memory recalls the first edition of the book "Akita." Not impressed at all with the local Ordinary's approval of the alleged apparitions claimed by a convert Nun. The Bishop ruled against his own panel of experts who had determined that there were no grounds for the claim[s] of supernatural occurrences. Interestingly, the second edition had 'removed' accounts of worms coming out the wooden pew where the nun sat. [never happened when her fellow nuns were also in the chapel.] along with the findings of the Bishop's investigative expert panel. So what do we have here? A Bishop desperate for growth in the numbers of the faithful. Bear in mind we are talking about Japan, a nun not long being a convert from Buddhism, claiming to have apparitions of OBL. No witness. No independent verification. Nothing but the word of the claimant. Go and figure.
Alex A
"Akita" should read "Our Lady of Akita"
Ultraviolet
Awww... :-( @Alex A You've obviously done some research on the apparitions at Akita. It was such a cool prophecy, too. The visuals were going to be sooo good. Feelsbadman,jpg
Alex A
Research credit goes to my eldest daughter who was, in the early nineties, a reporter on religious news, for a provincial newspaper in Ireland. Some of her articles on alleged apparitions found their way to national news outlets. Ireland, a land of myths and legends. Modern-day equivalents abound in the country. Seemingly every hedgerow-not far from a Pub- has had an apparition of OBL. In the …More
Research credit goes to my eldest daughter who was, in the early nineties, a reporter on religious news, for a provincial newspaper in Ireland. Some of her articles on alleged apparitions found their way to national news outlets. Ireland, a land of myths and legends. Modern-day equivalents abound in the country. Seemingly every hedgerow-not far from a Pub- has had an apparition of OBL. In the village we lived in for seven years, the story of the appearance of OBL on top of a large oak tree-again not far from the local hotel- was still fresh in the 'locals' memories. Coach loads of 'pilgrims' flooded the village and brought souvenirs, to whit, small branches of the tree. The locals 'made a killing' This story was related to me first by the resident village priest.
Alex A
Comment above: @Ultraviolet
Ultraviolet
A pity the villagers didn't offer the bishop a cut of the proceeds, eh? ;-) It might have gone a long way to having it confirmed as bona-fide. That's horribly cynical, I know, but... these days... *sigh*