Priest: Fatima Warnings Fulfilled in Amazon Synod – Worst Fears Realised…

Comment: 

As the priest interviewed in the video indicates, silence is not an option at this late stage in the crisis. We must all speak out now, in every way possible, to highlight the “new pathways” being pursued by Pope Francis, to create what is, in fact, a new Church, opposed to the Church founded by Christ, true God and true Man.   It is difficult to see how anyone, priest, religious or lay person, can remain silent at this point and still be confident of salvation.  Or is this a case of “the lady doth protest too much?”

88 responses

  1. A “church” with an “Amazonian face” is not the Catholic Church, it is pagan and therefore from hell, as Fr. Relyea states. The Catholic Church bears the Holy Face of Our Suffering Lord, and no other.

    And in these dark days, I’d bet His suffering is extreme.

    (BTW, I thought the Fatima Center’s choice of interviewee was strange, since I had heard recently that Fr. Relyea had gone off the rails into sedevacantist land. I can’t find any information about that, however. Can anyone verify or refute?)

    • RCA Victor,

      I’ve never heard of that priest and on reading your comment, I Googled just now to see if I could check out any sedevacantist connection but nothing – and given that there is an article by Chris Ferrara published on the Fatima Center website, showing the “fatal flaw” in sedevacantism as recently as 12 March, I hardly think they’d be promoting a sede priest.
      https://fatima.org/news-views/fatima-perspectives-1284/

      So, I think we can deduct a couple of zeros from your next paycheque/paycheck, for what amounts to a hate crime, these days, daring to think something that just might not be PC 😀

      • Editor,

        I checked Father’s FB page this morning (maintained by friends, not him, and found nothing off the rails, so looks like I’ll have to try to cut back on my expenses with fewer zeroes to spend…

  2. I think we should remember that there are two bookends at the other end of the shelf that started this particular vein of apostasy: Assisi I and Assisi II. So thank you, JPII and B16, for handing Pope Francis the wrecking ball. He certainly seems to know just how to use it.

    • RCA Victor,

      You took the words out of my mouth, at least the B16 words – where is HE in all of this paganism? So to speak! Surely, if nothing else will bring him out of the woodwork, this will?

  3. (Sorry Ed, didn’t mean to monopolize this thread!)

    There is a very interesting podcast on LifeSite News, an interview with a Brazilian Catholic who has dug into the murky financial background of this “synod,” and claims that the hierarchy’s strings are being pulled by international corporations, who are eager to internationalize the Amazon region in order to exploit its rich resources (which amount to, I believe he states, around $23 TRILLION dollars).The reward for the hierarchy for this betrayal is, of course, money. Just as Malachi Martin told us in Windswept House.

    Third podcast here: https://www.lifesitenews.com/

    • RCA Victor,

      Glad you apologised – nobody can get a word in! Kidding! I’m now going to read each of your comments and reply accordingly before heading for my beauty sleep – say nothing 😀 (it’s gone midnight here …)

    • RCA Victor,

      What can I say except… WOW! That is really, REALLY interesting.

      The podcast will have to wait,however, because my beauty sleep can’t. As already warned… say nothing!

  4. Hmmm. His Holiness Pope Francis, Bishop of Rome [sideways glance at Ed.] can simply bring it on. Bring it on! Expose yourself! Let us know where we stand! If your (arch)bishop does not denounce the Synod of the Amazon in the next few days [++Tartaglia, Cushley, +Robson, Gilbert, Keenan, McGee, Toal, Nolan, Robson et al., [Enough giggling at the back there! This is your first and only warning! This is really serious stuff! Snodgrass, put that Pachamama away right now!]] … stop attending the N.O.M. and stop giving your money to them. Simples.

  5. N O T I C E . . .

    I’m interrupting this thread to post an email just received from Margaret USA:

    I beg you & the entire CT family to please pray for my mother Helen who is in the hospital.
    Thank you very much and God bless!

    Yours in Christ the King,
    Margaret 🇺🇸

    P.S. Please pray for me too!

    I assured Margaret that I would post this notice and that we would all keep her intentions in our prayers.

      • MM et al,

        Yes, we have an update now. I emailed Margaret USA and this is her reply:

        Mom is still in the hospital. She fell Friday night and the ambulance took her to the ER. She will be in the hospital til she goes to rehab sometime this week.

        A heartfelt thank you to everyone at CT who is praying for my mother Helen, especially you!

        A blessed Feast of Christ the King to you and the CT family.
        Yours in Christ the King,
        Margaret 🇺🇸

        So, let’s keep Margaret USA’s mother in our prayers until she makes a full recovery.

        Thanks folks! (could you detect my American accent there? 😀 )

        • P.S. The nurse called me just after I emailed you. Mom fell again today (in the hospital). 😦

          Please keep praying for my mother Helen and I. Thank you! 🙏

          • Margaret USA,

            I’m really sorry to hear that your mother fell again – awful. It’s very frightening to fall, as I’ve found to my cost more than once, so be assured of a remembrance for your mother in my prayers, for what they are worth.

  6. Words really fail me regarding this synod and this terrible pope. They really do. And the thing is most Catholics have no idea that this is playing out. Indeed most Catholics don’t even know we have a bad pope. How can this be in the age of the internet and mass media, I ask myself? Everything is instantly public and yet this bombshell is hidden for the most part. Truly perplexing.

    Prayers noted for Helen.

    • I fully agree. I am following this discuss belatedly reading through theses comments and watching the videos above. It is truly an eye-opener. I see that the Message of Fatima is unfolding more rapidly every day, more than it has been in recent years. Our Lady of Fatima, pray for us.

  7. Link #2: a good video from Michael Hichborn of the Lepanto Institute (skip over the technical stuff at the beginning):

    (BTW, word on the P idols – I’ve been advised not to name them, as naming a demon invites the demon – is that they have apparently been retrieved from the Tiber, and the Pope claimed they would be at the Synod closing Mass yesterday. Whether that was the case, I couldn’t say. The damned things should have been burned, not thrown into the river.)

    • RCA Victor,

      About naming the idols – I don’t think the devil can read. Unless we speak he can only guess what we’re thinking, so I suppose that naming the idols in writing is OK?

      • Margaret Mary,

        I don’t have the answer to that, just playing it safe. But I also don’t know why the devil wouldn’t be able to read.

        • RCA Victor,

          Because they didn’t have me teaching them English, silly you 😀

          Seriously, I remember enquiring about the tradition in religious houses, convents and monasteries, about keeping the arrival of a new postulant secret until after arrival. The Superior told me that this was because the Devil could only guess things, unless he hears us speak about them. This fits in with the writing of the (Anglican writer) C.S Lewis, whose Screwtape Letters (from a devil to his trainee nephew) classically show the reader how the Devil works. Watching, guessing, etc. Of course that’s obviously a work of fiction but I would think, from a fairly sound basis in heavenly (or should that be “hellish”! ) reasoning 😀

      • The Evil One and his minions are fallen angels. If you took all the geniuses who ever lived, their collective intelligence would not equal the intelligence of the lowest fallen angel in hell, let alone the lowest angel in Heaven.

    • RCA Victor,

      That’s a really helpful video (although he took too long to get to specifics – 20 minutes before he got to goal # 1 !)) and it has shocked me to the core that the Pope is hand in glove with the UN in delivering the UN’s “Sustainable Development goals” which are all about population control, contraception and abortion.

      • Laura,
        This is really frightening stuff. People I speak with think anything to do with population control is related to conspiracy theories. A lot of this is will become a reality for all to see. Although, people are so blind and cannot see ‘the wood for the trees’

    • I watched right through, I found this video interesting. It did take a while before, Michael Hichborn got to taking about the list of Sustainable Development goals but I did like how he made a cross-reference to the list of points in the Communist Manifesto. It does send chill down my spine and acts as a reminder of the Fatima Message. God help our family and friends as this will affect everyone whether they believe it or not.

    • I suppose this is classic human behavior, but why does it take such brazen, outlandish, anti-Catholic behavior for Catholics to realize that something is grievously wrong? Especially the hierarchy! We are well past the 11th hour now, I think.

    • John,

      Thank you for posting that link. This jumped out of me, as we prepare to celebrate the Feast of Christ the King tomorrow…

      Pope Francis informed synod participants that the statues have been recovered from the Tiber and said they may be displayed at the closing Mass of the Synod on Sunday, Oct. 27.

      I will re-post the Bishop’s Open Letter on the new Feast Day thread. For the closing Mass of the Synod to take place on the Feast of Christ the King, with these pagan statues on show, is diabolical in the extreme. A slap in the face to Our Lord – and that, from the Pope himself! Unbelievable.

      • Ed sorry am late with this Post but in the Above Video one of The Bishops has a Black Eye and it’s the Left Eye . Ad like to ask you and all of the others on here if they seen anything on the Internet about so many Top People having Black Eyes and it’s always the Left one . It was on Social Media and the ones with a Left Black Eye was astonishing. From Bill Clinton to Pope Francis to others who were let’s say just Top Liberals . To the top man himself Soros. Someone posted in to say that it was the Mark of Satan. The person themselves asked how many people we knew with Black Eyes ( except Boxers of course) it’s interesting to say the least . Ad love to hear back from you. Thanks . J. D .

        • FOOF,

          I’m with Athanasius on this one. I’m always wary of these sorts of theories. It’s like when Pope Francis was first elected and the internet was alive with claims that he was a Freemason – all based on a photograph of him on a bus with his hand inside his jacket, supposedly a masonic sign. Crazy stuff.

          Look, FOOF, we don’t need any sinister signs, real or imagined, to know with what we are dealing. We have a terrible pope. Not the first bad pope in history but easily the worst. Vatican infested with pagan idols. What the *****!!!!! does it matter if Pope Francis is running a lodge inside the walls? Who cares?!

          Let’s stick with Fatima. Our Lady has told us all we need to know and she has given us the remedy. Anything else is in the “who blankety blank cares” file.

          Well, you did ask 😀 !

        • FOOF,

          Your theory reminded me of something I came across years ago, called the “insiders’ smirk.” That was a description of the facial expressions of the New World Order flunkies and leg men when they appeared before TV cameras to lay down their slick lies.

      • Editor,

        Father Z reported that the idols thrown into the Tiber have not actually been recovered: the one(s) displayed at St. Peter’s were new ones. What, another lie from the Vatican! NO!

        Perhaps these fertility gods are multiplying like rabbits….

  8. FOOF

    I don’t think I would read too much into that. A majority of people in the world are right handed and a good many of them like to take the occasional swing at a liberal, hence all those black left eyes. Then again, since liberals are generally headbangers the black eyes could be self inflicted!

  9. Here’s a little attempt at partial comic relief. The first four lines should be recited with a Brooklyn accent:

    Da Choich has a Pope named Francis da Foist
    Of all Roman Popes, dis guy is da woist.
    His prelates are perverts, liars and thieves.
    Power and money is what dey believes.

    As the Church nears the end of her Passion,
    Brought about by Modernist “compassion,”
    Let us remain at the foot of the Cross
    Without bemoaning this clerical dross.

    Our Lady warned us again and again
    Of a Church in the hands of wicked men.
    Hold on to your Faith, true light above dark;
    Pray for the safety of St. Peter’s Barque.

  10. It is idolatry that is in question!
    We do not venerate pagan statues in a church, completely mismatched otherwise, by these foreign elements that were introduced against all common sense…
    These prelates abandoned the Faith and spread their apostasy. They have the mentality of civil servants attached to their privileges; they are no longer apostles who watch over the salvation of their flock. The “disorientation”, they are the ones who provoke it and propagate it and for a long time!… The Justice of God will catch up with them, that is without any doubt. We must pray for their conversion. When a pope proclaims “he does not fear schism”, it is really serious.
    What matters is what lies behind their approach…
    I repeat myself: “without certainties nor rectitude, religion has no meaning; it is no longer in the economy of salvation. It constitutes, at best, a simple fraternal community from which all perspectives of eternity are evacuated…
    In other words, it is essential to know what we want and seek to know the One in whom and in what we believe, to acquire the intelligence of knowledge, to seek in all things the Truth, for Jesus, our God and Sovereign Lord, said: “I am the Way, the Truth and the Life. No one comes to the Father except through me” (John 14: 6). “He who believes in me has eternal life” (John 6: 47-48). “He who eats my flesh and drinks my blood dwells in me and I in him” (John 6: 56-57)”.

    • Bravo to Michael!

      Hmmm….if the pregnant bare-breasted wooden thing is actually “Mother Earth,” and we have a population explosion crisis, then shouldn’t “Mother Earth” and her wooden idol be taking contraceptives?

  11. One of the saddest aspects of all this is that Francis and his evil cabal are making utter and complete fools of themselves as they betray their real allegiance…over and over again.

  12. Update on Blogger, Therese…

    On another thread, if you recall, I asked for prayers for Therese, one of our English bloggers, who has been unwell for a while now. She had been attending hospital for one cause for concern and during those visits was found to require an appointment with a cardiologist.

    On her most recent visit to hospital, Therese received news that is not good and it has come as something of a shock to her – as it would to any of us. I have selected the following beautiful extract from her email today, which I think will help remind us all of our mortality, for the best possible reasons:

    I’ll be all right once the shock has worn off; I’ve been incredibly blessed in my life, never had any serious illness, and I suppose I’ve been spoiled. God, I think, is reminding me that I mustn’t continue to take life for granted, and that I must answer for my life, sooner or later. THAT is the most frightening aspect, but He has given me his Blessed Mother for strength and comfort.

    Hopefully I will be given a reprieve, and I know you will continue to pray for me, for which my very grateful thanks. [Therese]

    I have taken the liberty of assuring Therese of our prayers, although individual reassurances will, undoubtedly, be more than welcome.

    Our Lady, Health of the Sick, pray for her!

    • Editor,

      Thank you for that update – I will continue to pray for Therese.

      Her words which you quote above are indeed beautiful, brave and inspiring.

  13. The antics at the recent synod were really shocking, even within the context of this already disgraceful pontificate.

    Thanks to this blog and its contributors, I have gradually had my eyes opened in recent years to the state of the Church.

    However surely even people who have not benefited from reading here must be given pause by the sight of idol worship on the Vatican gardens?

    Right enough, when we think about it, is there really much difference between Francis and his Pacha Mama idols, and John Paul II and his Buddha idol? Perhaps, given Buddhism is well known and even trendy in the west, that seemed more respectable to some.

    Francis’ idol worship is surely a development from his disgraceful abu dhabi statement, where he erroneously claimed that God wills the existence of multiple religions. Very clearly Francis is working hard to undermine the notion of a “true faith” and is promoting equivalent of any kind of faith. Even a daemonic one which sacrifices llamas and offers menstrual blood to these Pacha Mama idols.

    Predictably the silence from the Bishops is deafening. I daresay the Scottish Episcopate collectively do not want to be torn away from their colouring-in.

    Damian Thomson on twitter claimed that a significant number of Cardinals are now firmly against Francis – including even ones recently though to be firmly loyal to him. Of course, he gave offered no evidence or substantiation of this.

    There is now a copy of an SSPX letter from Fr Pagliarani going the rounds (dated 28 October) regarding the synod. Every priest of the SSPX is to offer a mass of reparation on November 10th, among other things:

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EIAeca_UUAEP64K.jpg:large

    • Gabriel Syme,

      I can’t say I’m terribly impressed with that letter. It’s a preaching to the already converted letter asking for prayers and reparation which is all very good, of course, but somehow it comes across as flat. I can’t put my finger on it, but something’s missing.

      • Fidelis,

        I’m taking a shot in the dark here, but I think what might be missing from that letter is that the SSPX should be calling on the Church at large to observe a day of fasting, prayer and reparation, and calling on the Church at large to offer Masses of reparation.

        And, more in the vein of a Church Militant action, as we’re discussing on the newest thread, they could hold a procession of reparation in Rome, as they did for the black mass in Oklahoma.

        But the SSPX never addresses itself to the Church at large, for some reason. They seem content to remain locked in their ivory tower while preaching, as you’ve pointed out, to the choir.

        Perhaps, if they got in Francis’ face, they would embolden some of the numerous prelates who are reportedly opposed to Francis but remain silently trembling in the boots.

        • RCA Victor / Fidelis,

          I think you are correct – there IS something missing in that letter (apart from the Superior’s failure to use the correct name for the Church, but saying nothing [more] about that – I’m getting resigned to it!)

          I think what’s missing – apart from RCA Victor’s observation about the appeal being made to the “choir” only and not the wider Church – is an exhortation to speak out in defence of the Faith and to correct the Pope’s errors. We all need to do both; prayer and penance, AND be active, in whatever way possible, as Soldiers of Christ. One of our priests said a few months ago that when we hear people speaking about interfaith activities / ecumenism, we ought to correct them and repeat the Church’s dogma of the necessity of the Catholic Church for salvation. Ditto, this pope. When we hear him praised, we need to point out his errors. Why not say THAT in the letter?

          A couple of years ago, in conversation with a traditional priest, on the topic of Catholic (lay) Action, I asked him if he thought his brother traditional priests would have disapproved of the laywoman Catherine Benincasa who wrote very forthright letters to popes to tell them off for failing in their duty. He replied “probably”.

          Catherine Benincasa is, of course, now Saint Catherine of Siena, a canonised saint and Doctor of the Church. The priest to whom I referred as possibly disapproving of her letter writing campaign often preached on the virtuous example of St Catherine of Siena – he’d obviously forgotten that she was no saint, by the “pay, pray and obey” standards of the clergy, during her lifetime 😀

          This crisis in the Church, as I’ve pointed out more than once, goes very deep and does not stop at the doors of novus ordo parishes. Unfortunately.

        • I don’t think that’s fair. Fr Pagliarani did write:

          “We call on all priest friends as well as all Catholics who love the Church, to do the same.”

          • You are quite right – that hadn’t registered with me.

            Still, it would have been good to have seen an exhortation to some form of Catholic Action included, in my humble opinion.

          • I missed that – but I have to wonder how many of “all Catholics who love the Church” will see this letter. It is now posted on LifeSiteNews, though, which increases its visibility probably 100-fold.

              • I hate to sound ungrateful, but it’s hardly “breaking news” that we should pray and do penance for this pope!

                That is the very least any informed Catholic should be doing, surely – or am I missing something? Tread carefully, folks!

                • Editor,

                  I think the problem is just what you’ve pointed out loads of times on this blog and in the newsletter – clericalism. The clergy, for some reason, don’t really trust lay people working to spread the faith. Even organisations like the SVDP and LOM have always had problems trying to get their work done, and they’re supposed to have priest-leaders. It’s a puzzle, especially, as you say, when they hold up great saints as models for us to follow when they’ve been very active, not just praying. Praying is obviously very important, like eating every day, but we all do more than just eat, LOL!

                  • Michaela,

                    I should say that I don’t believe this attitude in the clergy is motivated by malice. Not at all. I think it’s probably a genuine fear of the laity saying or doing something damaging. With a better understanding of how God works, that He uses even the roughest, poorest of “instruments”, they would think differently.

                    I remember some years ago when I was helping build up the Legion of Mary in a parish in Glasgow, situated in a notorious area, we did have a priest acting as Spiritual Director. He was young, not long ordained, and at one meeting when we were reporting back on our visitation to a number of homes in the parish, where we had been warmly welcomed and we had some very edifying stories to report back, I was astonished to hear him say that he knew we had got on so well because he had followed us, visiting the same homes the next night, (or very soon thereafter that week) and had heard first hand from the parishioners that they were pleased with our visit. I was really taken aback at the time that he would do that, as it indicated a lack of trust, albeit well-meaning. For the record, he left the active ministry some years later.

                    So, I believe it is that well-meaning fear which lies at the root of clericalism, at least in some, if not most cases. It’s a pity, but it suits most lay people who don’t particularly want to be involved in the lay apostolate, whether in an organisation or in their everyday life. I’ve lost count of the number of times someone has been telling me about a work colleague who has attacked the Church in some way and when I’ve asked what he/she said in reply, been told, words to the effect, that “my religion is a private matter, so I didn’t say anything” or “I didn’t want to start an argument.”

                    And of course, prayer and penance is at the heart of the lay apostolate as it is at the heart of Catholic life itself. So, it’s good that the clergy do exhort us to pray and do penance, and if ever a pontiff needed both, it’s Papa Francis.

  14. Cardinal Brandmuller praises “the new Maccabees”:

    https://www.lifesitenews.com/blogs/courageous…prophets-of-today-dubia-cardinal-praises-men-who-threw-pachamamas-in-tiber

    Also an interesting link within the article, that the reason these pagan idols didn’t appear in Sunday’s Mass at St. Peter’s was because of considerable resistance among bishops! Perhaps some spine is starting to appear after all…

  15. Apparently the 3 dots in the URL are preventing me from pasting the entire link – but go to lifesite and you’ll see it on the front page!

  16. I keep wondering, “Why the Germans?” It’s the Germans who have been behind this Sham-a-zon, the Germans who are the leading edge of apostasy, the Germans who refused to shake Pope Benedict’s hand at the airport years ago, the Germans who are rolling in money, the Germans who are slobbering with praise over the synod document (see article link). In fact, it was the Germans who got Bergoglio elected.

    What do they have to gain by dismantling the Church? Or are they the biggest nest of Freemasons?

    https://www.lifesitenews.com/blogs/german-bishops-website-overflows-with-praise-for-amazon-synods-final-doc

    • RCA Victor,

      I didn’t know the German bishops refused to shake Pope Benedict’s hand at the airport years ago – why would they do that, especially since he is German himself!

      Answering your last question – I can only think they are suffering terrible spiritual blindness which has made them disorientated, as per the Fatima prophecy.

      • Michaela,

        I think they did that because Benedict was a “conservative” (in their eyes, anyway) and they were radically opposed to any restoration of Tradition. Tradition, to most of the German episcopate, is the enemy.

  17. Rca Victor – indeed
    I have been absorbed with your good self and our esteemed editors computer lessons above, can anyone else join the party? (Joking)

    The point about the Germans bears further discussion.

    As most know religion in Germany is compulsorily funded by the taxpayer.
    The majority of Germans appear to be (closet) Marxists.
    The green pagan worshipping religion was born and raised in Germany.
    The popes global warming encyclical was written by Hans Sc(hell)snuber from the Potsdam institute
    together with a guy named Sachs who is a world expert on population control.

    So all that nonsense about amazonian fertility goddesses ties in with the Gaia stuff which is being fed ad nauseam to the ‘sheeple’ as global warming and the end times.
    The bottom line is, as always, follow the money.
    So what can the sane ones in the Asylum do but pray.
    Enjoy the great comments on here
    God bless you all

    • Patrick Healy,

      Your comment about a majority of Germans being Marxists reminded me of something in the book The Pink Swastika, which refers to homosexuality as “Germany’s national vice,” and goes on to detail the predominant homosexual/occult characteristics of the Nazi leadership.

      Perhaps German culture can be accurately described as the sewer of the world…the new Jericho and the new Egypt, the Devil’s playground. Not to mention the origin of the Lutheran revolt which tore Christendom apart.

    • Crofterlady,

      Thank you for that reminder – I’d completely forgotten about that ignorant, totally bad-mannered and unchristian behaviour towards Pope Benedict on his visit to his homeland. Totally shameful. These bishops are people who – by any norm of Christian belief and practice – are not living in a state of grace.

      Judgmental? Me? Moi? You betcha!

  18. No one who voted on this abysmal Pope not being the worst in history has defended their vote? Please do explain yourself(s)

    • Theresa Rose,

      Many thanks for posting that link – I’ve extracted the video to post separately in case some readers miss it… As one of the commentators says underneath the video, that young man is a “Catholic Rockstar”! He definitely knows what it means to be a Confirmed Soldier of Christ – Deo gratias!

  19. Today, I received the following correspondence from a reader: note: Craig Lodge is a retreat house in Argyll, which describes itself as “inspired by Medjugorje.”

    Hello Editor……

    I am sending copies of Bishop Schneider’s letter and Prayer concerning the idolatry in the Vatican Gardens etc, to various places and am forwarding the reply from Craig Lodge. Please feel free to use/publish as you wish.

    Regards
    Heloisa

    From: Heloisa Hodierna
    Sent: 09 November 2019 10:30
    To: mail@craiglodge.org
    Subject: Bishop Schneider Prayer (full text of the Bishop’s letter attached).

    His Excellency Bishop Athanasius Schneider’s Prayer of Reparation for the idolatrous acts during the last Synod for the Amazon

    Most Holy Trinity, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, receive through the hands of the Immaculate Mother of God and Ever Virgin Mary from our contrite heart a sincere act of reparation for the acts of worship of wooden idols and symbols during the Synod for the Amazon, which occurred in Rome, the Eternal City, the heart of the Catholic world. Pour out in the heart of Our Holy Father Pope Francis, of the Cardinals, of the Bishops, of priests and lay faithful, your Spirit, who will expel the darkness of their minds, so that they might recognize the impiety of such acts, which offended your Divine majesty and offer to you public and private acts of reparation.

    Pour out in all members of the Church the light of the fullness and beauty of the Catholic Faith. Enkindle in them the burning zeal of bringing the salvation of Jesus Christ, true God and true man, to all men, especially the people in the Amazon region, who still are enslaved in the service of feeble material and perishable things, as the deaf and mute symbols and idols of “mother earth.” Enkindle the light of faith in those persons, especially in the persons of the Amazonian tribes who do not yet possess the liberty of the children of God, and who do not have the unspeakable happiness of knowing Jesus Christ and having in Him a participation in the life of your Divine nature.

    Most Holy Trinity, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, you are the one true God, besides Whom there is no other god and no salvation, have mercy on your Church. Look especially upon the tears and contrite and humble sighs of the little ones in the Church. Look upon the tears and prayers of the little children, of the adolescents, of young men and young women, of the fathers and mothers of families and also of the true Christian heroes, who in their zeal for your glory and in their love for Mother Church threw into the water the symbols of abomination which defiled her. Have mercy on us: spare us, O Lord, parce Domine, parce Domine! Have mercy on us: Kyrie eleison! Amen. Ends.

    REPLY FROM CRAIG LODGE…

    ———- Forwarded message ———
    From: Craig Office
    Date: Sat, Nov 9, 2019 at 1:52 PM
    Subject: RE: Bishop Schneider Prayer
    To: Heloisa Hodierna

    We love Pope Francis and pay for him every day and thank God for him. We don’t want to receive this kind of criticism of him so please don’t send any more to us.
    God bless
    Ruth Black
    Craig Lodge is a retreat centre and home to a Medjugorje-inspired community

    Craig Lodge Family House of Prayer
    Dalmally, Argyll, Scotland, PA33 1AR
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  20. I have just posted the following notice on the current lead thread (Why are Catholics Not in Uproar?) so I’m posting it here as well in the interests of good housekeeping… i.e. for the record, on this topic thread…

    The following link leads to a letter signed by a number of priests and laity, entitled a Protest against Pope Francis’s sacrilegious acts

    https://www.contrarecentiasacrilegia.org/#lp-pom-block-28

    I was invited to sign and at that time offered to publicise the letter here and ask others to sign but the organisers asked me to wait until it was formally published. There is still an opportunity to sign, as you will see when you visit the link – see the “support the initiative” link at the top of the list of signatures.

    I encourage everyone to sign.

    Note: the letter is linked within this Lifesitenews report…
    https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/nearly-100-priests-lay-scholars-call-pope-francis-to-repent-for-pachamama-idolatry-at-amazon-synod

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