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The Purge: Maltese priests to lose faculties if they refuse to Communicate unrepentant adulterers

As I think I’ve been saying…

This is the purge these people have been orchestrating for 50 years. It comes down to a metaphorical gun to their heads – abandon the Faith, desecrate the Holy Eucharist or you’re out. This is Francismercy.

Let’s review, shall we?

 – “This is their time to get rid of us. There are so few Catholics left who believe what the Church teaches that it shouldn’t really be that hard for them.”

– “This pontificate is the End Game of the whole [Vaticantwoist] Revolution”

– “We enter the neo-modernist wasteland: ‘There are no other interpretations'”

And this is what it will look like, specifically:

The change would be made forcing priests to desecrate the Holy Eucharist, or else. It’s the line in the sand drawn by the neo-modernists to bring to an end any hope of restoring the Church after Vatican II. It’s a Stalinist purge.

Make it a requirement that the Faithful, from bishops to priests to laity, may not refuse the systematic desecration of the Holy Eucharist

– make it very, very difficult for even the bravest and most orthodox bishops to dissent from the programme
– make it impossible for priests to act individually to defend the Eucharist
– make it impossible for seminarians to maintain the doctrines of the Faith while in the seminary
– make it impossible for seminarians to be ordained who are unwilling to desecrate the Eucharist
– make it impossible for lay faithful who refuse to participate in the desecration of the Eucharist to remain in their parishes.

It’s being kicked down to the diocesan level – as they said at the Synods it would be. This will crack the Catholic Church into a million little bits of flotsam. Grab a passing plank and call it the Barque of Peter, because that’s all that’s going to be left in a year.

 

 

 

22 thoughts on “The Purge: Maltese priests to lose faculties if they refuse to Communicate unrepentant adulterers”

  1. Camilla Cameo says:

    Our bishop just issued a pastoral letter ordering that no unrepentant adulterers will be given Communion. The letter did not acknowledge that AL is meant to affect otherwise, but at least there’s that. I wonder what kind of repercussions there will be, though. Our ordinariate is rather high-profile. Our bishop is brand new and young (the youngest bishop there is, I think) so I don’t think he’ll be removed but we’ll see… pray for him.

  2. Hilary White says:

    Is there an SSPX chapel near every remaining believing Catholic throughout the world? Are there enough SSPX priests in the world (about 600) to serve everyone’s sacramental needs? And perhaps most crucially, is the SSPX going to ‘take the deal’ and thereby silence themselves?

    I’ll just check my magic 8-ball…

  3. Sursum corda says:

    Hilary, do you see the SSPX as an option if this disaster continues?

  4. Isabel says:

    This has actually already happened. On January 16, a priest in Colombia was suspended by his bishop for “disagreeing with the Pope’s teachings” on Marriage and the Eucharist as expressed in AL. Colombia isn’t quite as high-profile as Malta at the moment so it hasn’t been as widely reported. But I’d bet it’s not the only case, either.

  5. Barbara says:

    Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich:

    “April 12, 1820

    “I had another vision of the great tribulation. It seems to me that a concession was demanded from the clergy which could not be granted. I saw many older priests, especially one, who wept bitterly. A few younger ones were also weeping. But others, and the lukewarm among them, readily did what was demanded. It was as if people were splitting into two camps…”

  6. Wretched Sinner says:

    Fake Church.

    “I saw that people were no longer seeking the True Church.” -Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich

  7. louiseyvette says:

    Our help is in the name of the LORD, Who made heaven and earth.

    Our Lady of Quito, pray for us.

  8. Rod Halvorsen says:

    The Pope’s Eastern Orthodox-style “Synodal Church” in full swing.

    Stuff of this ilk must happen before we reach Critical Mass.

    Pun intended.

  9. Evangeline says:

    Just like all Communists, there is no mercy, it’s coercion, cultural fascism, censorship, violence, threats, and purges.
    Even if the formal correction comes soon, there must be a second formal correction, and a period of time to wait on him for a response. We are some ways off from an answer unless the Lord intervenes.
    Mercy, feh! These men are evil and diabolical, you’ll get no mercy from them.
    And as an American, I was sickened to see Cardinal Dolan as our representative at the Inauguration of President Donald Trump, and out of all the Christian pastors there, his was the most bland, the “least offensive”. Did he even mention Christ? The Protestant pastors mentioned Christ, but not him. Our Church teaches heresy from the Chair of St. Peter, is flamboyantly homosexual, has tossed out the sacraments, three of them, and neutralized itself in order to not offend and to please everyone.
    These destroyers have their day and their reward. How long O Lord!

  10. william neu says:

    Given the present day affairs of the Church and the world, I for one am convinced that previous Heaven-sent messages of LaSalette, Fatima, Akita, Sr. Faustina and Fr. Gobbi have paved the way for us to seriously, look upon the Book of Truth (Daniel 10:21/12:9) as present day Scripture. See: http://www.thebookoftruthonline.blogspot.com for alleged Book of Truth messages

    At least nine prophecies of the alleged Book of Truth messages have already become facts and many more seem to be manifesting at this time.

    Bill

  11. Michael Dowd says:

    If there is a time for divine intervention it is now. Let us ask Our Lady of Fatima that this may happen soon. Hopefully, the intervention would be directed at the management of the Catholic Church.

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  14. Jim J. McCrea says:

    The root cause of all this is a war against the supernatural. This happens because the supernatural contradicts many of our natural tendencies (which often come from our fallen nature). Anyone who has lost *supernatural* faith – lost the theological virtue of faith – will engage in this war on some level. Included in this is the removal of any symbolism pointing to the supernatural which explains many churches and liturgies.

  15. Ademar says:

    J.M.J.

    Being the son of WWII Ukrainian Catholic refugees, I learned a lot growing up about the persecution of the Church in Soviet-occupied Ukraine. The difference here is that the persecution is coming from evil men WITHIN the visible structure of the Church as opposed to from secular officials with schismatic Russian Orthodox ecclesiastical stooges.

    Our Lady of Fatima ora pro nobis!!

  16. Warren Memlib says:

    The removal by San Antonio archbishop of the successful Anglican-use Catholic parish pastor was for no apparent reason except possibly for deviation from the local Novus Ordo party line of Hispanic mariachi-music liturgies and liberation theology-influenced institutions such as the Mexican American Cultural Center (MACC). The beginning of a crackdown of another aspect of the JP2/B16 legacy? – i.e., special provisions for former Anglicans and Episcopalians to become Catholics because of opposition to pansexual innovations (such as ordination of women and buggers as well as marriage of the latter) in their churches

  17. Deborah says:

    Interesting. The image that often enters my mind when I receive Communion is that of a shipwrecked sailor grasping the spar — obviously a cross — of a devastated vessel. Prophetic image Peter’s Barque as sketched here.

  18. Andrew Dunn says:

    I’m sorry to hear that Hilary. I went to Malta about five years ago with a pilgrimage organized by the Order of Malta (I’m not in the Order). All the daily Masses we attended were Novus Ordo, but compared to the atrocities we have in the U.S., they were pretty respectful and, unlike what I’ve seen in France and Italy, the churches were full – even for daily Mass and evening Adoration. To my knowledge, there were no TLMs offered in Malta at that time (I asked). I’m very afraid right now for Poland: I think that will be Bergoglio’s next stealth attack. Here in the U.S., I expect most of the bishops will cave without pressure and those that carry on doing good work will probably be purged and replaced. I’m prayerfully considering a switch to the Byzantine Rite. Here in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, there are some TLMs but for how much longer? There’s no way I will ever return to the Novus Ordo Mass.

  19. Donald Morgan says:

    These test runs, Like Malta, are setting the stage for the Progressive destruction of the Church. A diocese here, a Diocese there, and pretty soon the Catholic Church is now Orthodox and every local Bishop becomes a psuedo Pope. Holy Mother of God, Oro Pro Nobis!

  20. Standtall909 says:

    How hypocritical! They are forcing Priests to go ‘AGAINST THEIR WELL FORMED CONSCIENCES’ in order for the ill catechized laity to go with theirs. These Bishops are diabolical satanic pawns. They know full well that the laity and Prelates that have been catechized can see their cooperation with Satan, but they don’t care. ……….they are Satan’s Mafia.

  21. Hilary White says:

    … but yes. Malta is important to the revolutionaries because of its symbolic value.

  22. Hilary White says:

    You wouldn’t say that about Malta if you’d been to Mass there recently. The Church in Malta has been completely hollowed out, doctrinally, by 50 years of the false Vaticantwoist pseudoreligion. 50% still go to weekly Mass, and no one has heard of Catholic teaching there in living memory.

  23. Andrew Dunn says:

    If they were able to steamroll this through Malta, a country that is for the most part, pretty devout Catholic, imagine how easy it will be to implement across mainland Europe, Canada and the U.S.

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