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  Monsignor Viganò Reacts to His Excommunication
Posted by: Stone - 07-05-2024, 02:09 PM - Forum: Archbishop Viganò - Replies (1)

Monsignor Viganò Reacts to His Excommunication

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gloria.tv | July 5, 2024


Former nuncio to Washington D.C. Archbishop Carlo Viganò has responded on X.com to today's decree of excommunication.


He posted the decree, reprinted below, which was emailed to him at 13:14 Central European Time.

His comment: "What is attributed to me as guilt for my conviction is now on record and confirms the Catholic faith that I fully profess."

And: "To my brothers I say: 'If you remain silent, the stones will cry out' (Luke 19:40)".

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  SSPX Erecting +Hounder Memorial
Posted by: Stone - 07-05-2024, 09:40 AM - Forum: The New-Conciliar SSPX - Replies (1)

SSPX Erecting +Hounder Memorial
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gloria.tv | July 4, 2024

The caption reads, "Help yourself, and make a donation to the memorial of His Excellency, Bishop Vitus Hounder."

The priest who sends this to me says it seems that this appeal and commemorative magazine appears at the front door of all SSPX chapels (not sure in which districts though).

Shameless posturing for Roman consumption: "We really, really love Novus Ordo bishops, and we'll give him a bigger memorial than that one guy who founded us. Look how well we're behaving, and how far all our faithful have come that this isn't an issue for them! You can give us formal recognition now!"

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  Cdl Müller: Vatican official prefers empty churches to cathedrals full of people who reject New Mass
Posted by: Stone - 07-05-2024, 09:38 AM - Forum: Vatican II and the Fruits of Modernism - No Replies

A reminder that Cardinal Müller appears to still be among those who love the Latin Mass but also love Vatican II as he has been known to quote Vatican II documents approvingly...


Cardinal Müller: Vatican official prefers empty churches to cathedrals full of people who reject New Mass
In an exclusive interview with LifeSiteNews, Cardinal Gerhard Müller relays a conversion he had with a Vatican official about the Traditional Latin Mass after the Chartres pilgrimage in France as well as the ongoing conflicts in Ukraine and the Holy Land.

Jul 3, 2024
(LifeSiteNews [adapted - not all hyperlinks included) — In an exclusive interview with LifeSiteNews reporter Maike Hickson, Cardinal Gerhard Müller discussed the attitude of some in the Vatican toward the Traditional Latin Mass following the Chartres pilgrimage in France, as well as the ongoing crises in Ukraine and the Holy Land.

Speaking to Hickson, Müller revealed that when he shared his joy at having participated in the recent Paris to Chartres pilgrimage, during which 20,000 young pilgrims packed Chartres Cathedral to attend the Traditional Latin Mass (TLM), an official of the Roman Dicastery for Divine Worship responded that it was more important that young people “respect” the New Mass.

Müller further elaborated that the unnamed Vatican official effectively said that young people who do not “respect” the New Mass might as well “not come” to church at all, and that an “empty church” would be preferable.

Müller expressed his disagreement with the statement, telling Hickson that such an attitude is contrary to good pastoral practice and that it effectively “excludes” those “true and good Catholics” who attend the ancient liturgy.

It is worth noting that despite the success of the traditional-minded Chartres pilgrimage, which LifeSite’s Paris correspondent Jeanne Smits heralded as a massive success that allowed the whole of France to see images of “thousands of young people who reject relativism and hedonism,” the Vatican seems intent on crushing the TLM.

Beyond the 2021 promulgation of Traditionis Custodes, which placed harsh restrictions on where TLMs can be celebrated and by whom, rumors have begun to swirl that an even harsher crackdown is forthcoming.

These rumors have been confirmed by renowned Vatican reporter Diane Montagna, who explained that unlike Traditionis Custodes, this new document, if promulgated, will eliminate all carve-outs for the TLM given to those operating within the diocesan structure, and would even “prohibit bishops from themselves celebrating or authorizing” the TLM, and “suspend existing permissions” for the Traditional Mass apart from those offered by ex-Ecclesia Dei communities.

Müller’s comments to Hickson mirror what he stated on June 29 while ordaining priests for the Institute of the Good Shepherd – a traditional Mass-celebrating community of priests – at their headquarters in Courtalain, France.

During his homily, Müller talked glowingly about the TLM while lamenting the opposition it faces in Rome, relaying what appears to be the same conversion he relayed to Hickson. In the homily, Müller quoted the unnamed Vatican official as saying that the Latin Mass presents a “greater danger to the unity of the Church” than no liturgy at all. [...]

The full interview read by clicking here.

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  Short video on Irish Mass Rocks
Posted by: Stone - 07-05-2024, 09:25 AM - Forum: Resources Online - No Replies

Video can be viewed at this link: https://gloria.tv/post/SX29QCA4DXug282rT7tALypFN

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  Vatican Press Release: Most Reverend Carlo Maria Viganò was found guilty of schism
Posted by: Stone - 07-05-2024, 09:01 AM - Forum: Archbishop Viganò - No Replies

PRESS RELEASE OF THE DICASTERY FOR THE DOCTRINE OF THE FAITH


Vatican press | July 5, 2024

On 4 July 2024, the Congress of the Dicastery for the Doctrine of the Faith met to conclude the extrajudicial penal process referred to in canon 1720 CIC against the Most Reverend Carlo Maria Viganò, titular Archbishop of Ulpiana, accused of the reserved delict of schism (canons 751 and 1364 CIC; art. 2 SST).

His public statements manifesting his refusal to recognize and submit to the Supreme Pontiff, his rejection of communion with the members of the Church subject to him, and of the legitimacy and magisterial authority of the Second Vatican Council are well known.

At the conclusion of the penal process, the Most Reverend Carlo Maria Viganò was found guilty of the reserved delict of schism.

The Dicastery declared the latae sententiae excommunication in accordance with canon 1364 § 1 CIC.

The lifting of the censure in these cases is reserved to the Apostolic See.

This decision was communicated to the Most Reverend Viganò on 5 July 2024.

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  Video exposes the disturbing creation of the fetal cell lines used by the medical industry
Posted by: Stone - 07-05-2024, 08:56 AM - Forum: Abortion - No Replies

Video exposes the disturbing creation of the fetal cell lines used by the medical industry
The video on the disturbing creation of fetal cell lines is the third in a series of pro-life animated shorts which reveal the ugly truth behind the abortion industry. The previous two episodes described surgical abortions and IVF.

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Cartoon depiction of doctors experimenting with fetal cell lines
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Jul 3, 2024
(LifeSiteNews) — A new pro-life video follows the short lives of the babies aborted and experimented on to create the fetal cell lines used today in the medical industry. 

On July 2, pro-life organization CHOICE42 released their latest animated short video titled “It’s OK,” which details the origins of five different fetal cell lines and how they were created from the victims of abortion.   


“That’s me,” the video opens, with an animated picture of an aborted baby. “I’m Ellie. Don’t feel bad. It’s okay. It was a long time ago, 1962.”

“I just thought maybe you don’t know about me,” Ellie continued. “My parents didn’t want me, anyway. The doctor worked with scientists, and they took my organs out as soon as I was aborted.” 

“It had to be done right away because the organs need to be fresh,” she continued. 

The video is the third in a series of pro-life animated shorts which reveal the ugly truth behind the abortion industry. The previous two episodes described surgical abortions and IVF. The new video was premiered on The Steve Deace Show on The Blaze Network.

“I first became aware that fetuses were killed and harvested for fetal cell lines during COVID,” Laura Klassen, director and founder of CHOICE42 explained. 

“When I began to research and explain my findings to others, they were always telling me, ‘Well, it’s ok because…’ and went on to list their justifications,” she continued. “Some said, ‘There was only one baby used in the 60s’. Others, ‘There aren’t any more babies being aborted for this today.’ Still others, ‘The doctors just used the dead tissue post-abortion.’” 

“All false and none of it is ok,” she declared. “We need to stop justifying what happened to these 5 babies (and many others) and take a closer look at what is going on in the medical research world. It’s not ok that it happened in the 60s, and it’s not ok that it’s happening now.”   

The video follows the short lives of Ellie, David, Johanna, Jordan, and Bo; five babies whose organs were harvested to produce fetal cell lines. 

The cell lines have since been used in various medical experiments, especially in the production of vaccines. Cell lines from both Johanna and Jordan were used in the creation of the mRNA-based COVID vaccines. 

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Doctors and abortion advocates argue that the babies’ organs were harvested once and using cell lines from aborted babies does not lead to more babies being experimented on. 

However, the video revealed that hundreds of babies are experimented on before a cell line is obtained, with 32 babies being experimented on in Ellie’s case and a total of 293 experiments being carried out to obtain Johanna’s cell line. 

The most recent cell line comes from Bo, a baby killed in 2015 to replace the depleting cell line supply. Horrifically, the aborted babies’ cell lines are still for sale today.

Even more disturbing is the fact that the babies were experimented on while they were alive and were not given pain medications as it would “ruin the cells.”

Dr. Ian Donald, the pioneer of the ultrasound scanner, who witnessed the experiments carried out on Ellie, revealed, “Experiments were being performed on near-term alive aborted babies who were not even afforded the mercy of anesthetic as they writhed and cried in agony, and when their usefulness had expired, they were executed and discarded as garbage.”

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  Fr. Hewko's Sermons: Mass of the Holy Eucharist “I Will Return to My Father’s House”
Posted by: Deus Vult - 07-04-2024, 09:05 PM - Forum: July 2024 - No Replies

Votive Mass of the Holy Eucharist  7/4/24 (KS)
“I Will Return to My Father’s House”




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  Fr. Hewko: "Brief History of the Catholic Resistance" 7/3/24 (KS) [Instruction]
Posted by: Deus Vult - 07-04-2024, 08:57 PM - Forum: Fr. Hewko's Sermons, Catechisms, & Conferences - No Replies

 "Brief History of the Catholic Resistance" 7/3/24 (KS) [Instruction]

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  FSSPX: No Consecration of New Bishops
Posted by: Stone - 07-04-2024, 07:07 PM - Forum: The New-Conciliar SSPX - No Replies

FSSPX: No Consecration of New Bishops

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gloria.tv | July 3, 2024

The consecration of new bishops for the Priestly Society of Saint Pius X cannot be excluded a priori, but it is not currently on the agenda, said Father Davide Pagliarani, the superior general.

According to CorrispondenzaRomana.it, he made this statement during a meeting of the Mouvement per la Jeunesse Catholique de France on 29 and 30 June in Chateauroux, France.

Pagliarani thus denied an announcement made by the superior of France, Abbé Benoît de Jorna, in his circular.

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  Fr. Hewko's Sermons: Seventh Sunday after Pentecost - July 8, 2024
Posted by: Stone - 07-04-2024, 07:04 PM - Forum: July 2024 - No Replies

Seventh Sunday after Pentecost - July 8, 2024 - "Christ the Good Tree" (KS)


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  Fr. Hewko's Sermons: Octave of Sts. Peter & Paul/First Saturday - July 7, 2024
Posted by: Stone - 07-04-2024, 07:02 PM - Forum: July 2024 - No Replies

Octave of Sts. Peter & Paul/First Saturday - July 7, 2024


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  Fr. Hewko's Sermons: Feast of St. Anthony Mary Zaccaria/First Friday - July 5, 2024
Posted by: Stone - 07-04-2024, 06:58 PM - Forum: July 2024 - No Replies

Feast of St. Anthony Mary Zaccaria/First Friday - July 5, 2024

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  Fr. Hewko: Men's Retreat Conference - "Instruction on Sin & its Effects" 7/2/24, (KS)
Posted by: Deus Vult - 07-04-2024, 03:48 PM - Forum: Fr. Hewko's Sermons, Catechisms, & Conferences - No Replies

Fr. Hewko, "Instruction on Sin & its Effects" 7/2/24, (KS)

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  Fr. Hewko: Men's Ignation Retreat Conference - "Popes Against Liberalism" 7/2/24 [Instruction]
Posted by: Deus Vult - 07-03-2024, 09:51 PM - Forum: Fr. Hewko's Sermons, Catechisms, & Conferences - No Replies

"Popes Against Liberalism" 7/2/24 [Instruction]

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  Church devastated after vandal beheads Jesus statue at Catholic Church in Queens
Posted by: Stone - 07-03-2024, 07:08 AM - Forum: Anti-Catholic Violence - No Replies

Church devastated after vandal beheads Jesus statue with his shoe: video
The NYPD is investigating the incident as a hate crime


Fox News [slightly adapted]| July 2, 2024

New York City suspect destroys Jesus statue in early morning rampage: video [click above link for video footage]

Surveillance footage shows a suspect beheading a statue of Jesus at a Catholic church in Flushing, Queens, on June 30. The NYPD confirmed the incident to Fox News Digital. (Credit: Diocese of Brooklyn)

Catholic parishioners in New York City are devastated after an unknown vandal recently beheaded a statue of Jesus in a fit of rage.

The incident took place at Holy Family Roman Catholic Church in the Queens neighborhood of Fresh Meadows on Sunday. The New York Police Department (NYPD) told Fox News Digital that the act took place shortly before 5:30 a.m.

"[A]n unknown individual intentionally damaged a statue by hitting it repeatedly with their shoe, outside of a church located at 175-20 74 Avenue," the police spokesperson said. "No injuries were reported as a result of this incident."

The destroyed statue depicted Jesus as a child, surrounded by Mary and Joseph. Blurry footage shows a suspect repeatedly hitting the statue's head with a shoe before walking away.

The Diocese of Brooklyn estimated that the damage inflicted on the statue will cost $20,000 to fix, according to FOX 5 New York. In a Facebook post, the Holy Family Roman Catholic Church said that the statue stood outside its doors for over 42 years.

"The parishioners are devastated, and shocked over this," the post read.

The NYPD Hate Crime Task Force is currently investigating the incident as a potential hate crime, and has not arrested any suspects yet. In a statement obtained by FOX 5, the church's pastor Fr. Sean Suckiel called the incident "unsettling."

The NYPD is investigating the incident as a potential hate crime. (Diocese of Brooklyn)[/align]

"The Holy Family is the foundation of our faith community, and this statue holds special meaning to so many in our parish," the priest said. "This is a very unsettling incident, and those who attended Mass yesterday were shocked and horrified to find out this happened."

"We must pray for an increase in religious tolerance throughout our city."

Fox News Digital reached out to the Holy Family Roman Catholic Church and the Diocese of Brooklyn for comment, but has not heard back.

New York authorities are actively investigating the incident, and no additional details are available at this time.

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