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A DIOCESAN PRIEST: 'The Clans Must Unite'

Here's a sermon many have waited 30 years to hear. Ironically, it comes from a diocesan priest, fighting Modernism right from within the belly of the beast. In this Sunday Sermon of South Saint Paul,…More
Here's a sermon many have waited 30 years to hear. Ironically, it comes from a diocesan priest, fighting Modernism right from within the belly of the beast. In this Sunday Sermon of South Saint Paul, Father explains his own history growing up Catholic, recalling his childhood in the traditional Church and then recounting how the Revolution tore it all apart. He explains how he eventually rediscovered Tradition, fell in love with the Latin Mass and decided to dedicate his life to Catholic counterrevolution. In this sermon, he begs all traditional Catholics--especially the SSPX and the FSSP-- to unite--not in emotions or feelings--but rather in the Catholic counterrevolution, against the forces of darkness that would destroy everything we all hold sacred. Think all diocesan priests have sold out to the Novus Ordo? Think again and #UniteTheClans PLEASE SHARE THIS VIDEO Support Remnant TV! Subscribe to our YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/channel/UCaYPEP4en3RHlv… Follow Michael …More
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Weeeel... FSSP is in full communion with the Holy See and SSPX is... eh? Dunno. Not sure. I know for certain "all" diocean priests haven't sold out (else why does the FSSP continue to grow at such a pace). I'd like to believe even many/ most diocean priests haven't sold out, either.

However, there are more forces involved. A diocean priest has to answer to his bishop, who might have "sold out" (…More
Weeeel... FSSP is in full communion with the Holy See and SSPX is... eh? Dunno. Not sure. I know for certain "all" diocean priests haven't sold out (else why does the FSSP continue to grow at such a pace). I'd like to believe even many/ most diocean priests haven't sold out, either.

However, there are more forces involved. A diocean priest has to answer to his bishop, who might have "sold out" (in more ways than one) decades ago. There's also the parish itself. GTV has published several articles detailing a parish that is in open rebellion with their more traditionally-minded pastor over "social justice" issues, and it's -still- entirely Novus Ordo.

Point is, "uniting the clans" will ultimately have about as much success as it did in Scotland. I predict most of us will continue to see an increasingly balkanized Church with traditional Catholics driving hundreds of miles to attend Latin Mass parishes, ironically by-passing several Novus Ordo parishes on their trip every Sunday.

The Novus Ordo will lapse ever-deeper into further heresies and apostasy, guided by "the spirit" of this new Amazonian Synod. I'd rather not contemplate the horrors Francis' successor will inflict on our Church, given he will come from a pool of Cardinals "Papa Bergoglio" personally elevated.

The only real question at this point is how much nonsense The Almighty will tolerate before He really does slam the planet with the sort of cataclism foretold at Fatima.
To be anti- modernist is to be pro Jesus Christ and His Church. Without the Redeeming Power of Jesus Christ the fallen angels take over and modernism results. Double agents try to be on both sides. Pope St. Pius X's motto is: To restore all things in Christ.
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