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It will be better tomorrow, to go there in the name of Catholic France, to convert and civilise these distant peoples in the Name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, rather than to subject them, only to reject them later on, in the name of republican Liberty, Equality, and Fraternity, barbarian and bloodthirsty divinities, that cause the unhappiness of peoples and the eternal damnation of souls wherever they reign.
We can no longer doubt the authenticity of the “ Third Secret ” so literally do the events we are living through fulfil it. In his address to the Diplomatic Corps on January 13, the Pope gave a general survey of the world situation, yet he did so as the Common Father concerned about restoring peace in his vast family, the peace of which Jesus is the Prince
Calm still reigned in our French departments of North Africa, where the army continued to fulfil its function. In a year’s time, however, the abandonment of our beautiful Algeria would be complete. From April 1961 to March 1962, the negotiations undertaken by the French government with the Algerianrebellion would end in the victory of the worst.
In Numbers 50-75 of his apostolic exhortation Evangelii Gaudium, Pope Francis carries out an evangelical discernment “nourished by the light and strength of the Holy Spirit.” This diagnosis of the context in which we all have to live and work offers numerous connections with the ‘ ecology ’ section of Father Georges de Nantes’ The 150 Points of the Phalange.
Using his apostolic exhortation, the Holy Father applies himself to reviving the joy of the Gospel in the souls of the Christian faithful enumerated in their hierarchical order. This programme offers so many connections with The 150 Points of the Phalange that his paragraphs can be grouped into a catalogue : The 150 Points of Pope Francis.
On October 16, 1978, John Paul II appeared for the first time on the loggia of Saint-Peter’s. Then began one of the longest pontificates in history in the course of which the doctrinal errors of Vatican II were disseminated throughout the Church, spreading confusion, provoking the dechristianisation of the West and, elsewhere, a slowing down of missionary activity.
After having analysed the light of faith according to three key words : love, intelligence and tradition, the Pope writes a conclusion that draws attention to its fruitfulness. In the end, this “ four-handed ” encyclical unequivocally reflects two religions : Pope Francis’ religion, which is Catholic, and Pope Benedict XVI’s, which no longer is.
For Christmas 2013, our fiftieth at Maison Saint-Joseph, let us reread the editorial of Christmas 1973. Pope Francis has undertaken to do something that we have been dreaming about for forty years and, as expected, he attracts crowds.
“ It is only the violent love I bear for my Mother that leads me to tear, to snatch from her face and her body magnificently adorned by God Himself, these loathsome rags, these soiled and sacrilegious cloths in which the World and our Times seek to clothe her. I shall carry my cry to the end. I will plead for my Mother. ”
De Gaulle is the Catholic, military, aristocratic, and for the foreign countries, the French guarantor of this gigantic betrayal. He possesses for this task the calculating coldness and the two powers that the Gospel recognises as characteristic of the devil’s sons: the power of lying outrageously and of killing or crushing people once they have grasped his game clearly.
We have seen how Pope Francis establishes that faith comes first. It makes us cling to God Who revealed Himself by entering into history and by providing all the proofs of His fidelity by performing divine deeds. Remembering these deeds is an act of the intelligence that leads to Jesus Christ. Intelligence alone, however, does not suffice. To live out one’s faith, love is required.
Who will grant me to make Pope Francis give heed to the will of Our Lord Jesus Christ that Lucy, Francisco and Jacinta, the seers of Fatima, have made known to us ? In order to extend the grace of this renaissance to the whole world, the only thing that is lacking is the Pope’s consecration of Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.
Tracts on the errors of the Second Vatican Council, distribute them
To revisit Vatican II fifty years later and to do so with the faith of the Church of the ages as Fr. de Nantes kept and taught it, reveals its avowed, intentional “pastoral” plan. Misunderstood by the faithful – apart from its promoters who were moreover unsatisfied with it – it consists in a “new humanism”, the aim of which is harmony among men and world peace.