TO THIS             TO THIS



The Mass prior
to Vatican II was divided into two parts; the Mass of the Catechumens and the
Mass of the Faithful. The Council {
Vatican II} changed the
structure that it would have four parts; the Initial Rites, the Liturgy of the
Word, the Liturgy of the Eucharist, and the Concluding Rites.





Sacred Heart
of Jesus and Immaculate Heart of Mary, I come to you to consecrate myself and
my entire family to Your Two Hearts.




    I have put together a
project that I started just the first of the New Year {2022}. We know that
today and every day it seems difficult to bring our brethren back to the
Church. I have attached a short summary of information that I accumulated over
the years as I was putting my website together. I actually started to put it
together for my own family, and I hope that you may be able to pass it on to
your own family and friends.

    We are fortunate, as a
Priest mentioned to me, that we received the grace to see and to hear what went
wrong with the Catholic Church. This plan to destroy the Church goes back many
years. They knew that in order to succeed they would have to enter the Church
from inside rather than outside.

     I was very fortunate to
meet people in Fort Wayne who had given us a lot of material. The key words
that made a difference for me was when I saw the article where Paul VI and 6
Protestant ministers, and a Freemason Bishop, Annibale Bugnini participated in
putting together a New Mass of Order.

    Mind you, I was brought
up with the truth and had the true Catechism, so that was in my favor, and when
I read the article I said to myself, “This Is
 So I looked up a
Protestant {Methodist} service and to my amazement they were doing the same as
our “new” Mass.

   Watching Father J.J.
O’Connor, RIP {1926-2006}, he had mentioned about a seer that said she saw a
man with an apron picking stones out of the Vatican, Dogma – Faith – Canon Law.
This was gradually done over many years by the enemies of the Church



We were given
“ears to hear” and “eyes to see” and over     the years we
have been blinded by Blind Obedience, hardly anyone  investigates what has been
going on for years.       I have been following conspiracies since I worked
in    Detroit in 1997, and I came up with the conclusion that  there are two

1)      Conspiracy in the Catholic Church (one can see the
churches are empty); for now, I am just explaining the crisis of the    church;

2) Conspiracy of governments (the New World Order)


My interest at this time is about bringing back the Faith to
those that I may be able to help and explain the “Fall of the Catholic


         Growing up,
most of us didn’t understand much about the Mass but we couldn’t miss Mass or
special days.  Most of us never heard of the word
 It is the changing of
the bread and wine into to the body and blood. The meaning of the Mass goes
like this: “The Mass on the Altar is the same as on the Sacrifice on the
Cross.”  The main reason that the Mass is said in “Latin” is
because it is a dead language, and cannot be changed.   This is what happened
over the years.  The main culprit was Vatican II; the church is completely
changed from Holy to Unholy. The 7 Sacraments are completely changed and also
from the Bible. (
The true Catholic Bible is called Douay-Rheims}




The visible signs were right
in front of us, and we didn’t realize what was going. What actually happened
was that through blind obedience we were deceived.

Translation from Latin to English. {Latin is a dead language} Latin is the
language of Jesus

b) Put Saint Joseph in the Canon   

Put All instead of Many at the Cannon  {As if to say all will be saved or all

d) Destroyed the Liturgy.

e) The roll of women in the Church.                      f) For the kingdom
and the power.{End the Our Father}



The most
visible annihilation was the Mass

   1 Machabees 1:62                         1 Machabees 1:57



On the fifteenth day of the month Casleu, in the hundred and
forty-fifth year, king Antiochus set up
the abominable
of desolation upon the altar of God, and they built altars throughout
all the cities of Juda round about.
And on the five and
twentieth day of the month they sacrificed upon the altar of the idol that was
against the altar of God.


The Sacrifice
on the Cross is the same as on the Altar.


This is the most
important part of the Mass. This is the unbloody sacrifice to God. This should
have been the key that should have been recognized that the changes were coming
when we saw that the Priest had changed positions after facing the Cross and
then started to face the people. The Priest faces the Cross, who is the High
Priest, to bring Jesus down on the altar.

Here below, is what the Novus Ordo claim is the advantage with
the Mass facing the people

 I) It makes for
better communication between Priest and people.


II) It avoids the sense that the people are an addendum to the
Priest’s liturgy.


III)Not least, we live in an age of democracy and
respect for the individual in which facing away from someone in any context is
generally insulting.



First one has
to understand what the Catholic Church is all about.



A) John {Pope
John 23rd} had been in office less than three months when he announced in
January 1959, that the Council would convene. In preliminary discussions about
its purposes, he insisted that the time had come to “open the windows of
the church to let in some fresh air.” Vatican II, as it came to be called,
would open those windows.

B) As a result
of Vatican II, the Catholic Church opened its windows onto the modern world,
updated the liturgy, gave a larger role to lay people, introduced the concept

freedom and started a dialogue with religions.
{Holy Pope
Saint Pius
X Condemned Modernism}. We were led away
from those who were supposed to guide us. This was cleverly done through blind
obedience and the lost of faith followed. Through the years before

religions. {Holy Pope
Saint Pius
X Condemned Modernism}. We were led away
from those who were supposed to guide us. This was cleverly done through blind
obedience and the lost of faith followed. Through the years before




C} Vatican II, we
were warned in the Bible about the False Prophets. The Parishes have turned
their faith followed. Through the years before Vatican II, we were warned in
the Bible about the False Prophets. The Parishes have turned their parishioners
from sheep  to sheeples. parishioners from sheep to sheeples. We were led away
from those who were supposed to guide us. This was cleverly done through blind
obedience and the  lost of faith followed. Through the years before Vatican II,
we were warned in the Bible about the False Prophets. The Parishes have turned
their their parishioners from sheep to sheeples.




Christian faith is the firm
conviction, arrived at with the grace of God, that all that Jesus Christ taught
on earth is true, as well as, all that the Catholic Church teaches by the
commission she has received from Him.



our conscience we can distinguish right from wrong.


A. Our conscience
approves the right and condemns the wrong. Thus, within ourselves there is our
cognition of a Supreme Lawgiver to Whom we are are responsible, who will
reward the good we do and punish the evil.  


Only the fool
says in his heart
: There is no God“.(PS. 13:1)


B. Those who
persist in denying the existence of God in spite of external and internal
testimony are atheists who are eaten up by pride, or live vicious lives,
or both. Of them Our Lord said:
“Seeing they do not see and hearing they do not hear,
neither do they understand
. . .  For the heart of these people has been hardened, and with
their ears they have been hard of hearing, and their eyes they have closed;

Lest at any time they see with their eyes, and hear with their
ears, and understand with their mind, and be converted, and I heal them”
(Matthew 13:13-1515)


Catholics lose the faith

Father Michael Muller, 1880:


1} By going to schools forbidden by the Church.             2} By neglect of
their religious duties.                  
3} By reading of
bad books.                               
4} By worldliness
and a wicked life.                       
5} By intercourse
with scoffers.                          
6} By mixed
} By becoming
members of secret societies.                
8} By pride &
subtle reasoning on the mysteries of religion,
Christian faith is the firm conviction, arrived at with the grace
of God, that all that Jesus Christ taught on earth is true, as well as, all
that the Catholic Church teaches by the commission she has received from Him.
The core Christian belief is that, through the death and
resurrection of Jesus, sinful humans (which are all  humans
(Romans 3:23) can be
reconciled to God, and thereby, are offered salvation and the promise of
eternal life in heaven. Catholics believe in the resurrection of Jesus. The
Church says that the Mass is the highest and supreme form of prayer. For
Catholics, the greatest form of the worship is the Mass. The Mass is classed as
a sacrament because the Eucharist is received within each Mass. The Mass is
also classed as a sacrifice, as the sacrifice of Christ on the cross is the
same as the Sacrifice on the Altar, made present and true each time the
Eucharist is celebrated.   
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~         THERE

1) Both of the Testaments provided a
Sacrifice given to praise God:                                               

   a) In the days of the Old Testament, a
burnt offering was the offering of clean lamb for a sacrifice,
was used to be pleasing to God;

    b) In
the New Testament
the Sacrifice God had
chosen was His Son Jesus to Sacrifice Himself on the Cross.

2) God
provided in both the Testaments a set or rules to be carried out:

a) Jesus provided us with His Sacraments
for penance and grace.  J
esus came to this earth for the
express purpose of shedding His precious blood on the Cross to provide
forgiveness of sins. Jesus did not come the first time to set up an earthly

After the freeing of the Jews from the Egyptians, Moses received the Ten
Commandments for his people at the same time that they were worshipping Idols;


Because of the
sinful nation, our God passed down the Ten Commandments
which is a set
of rules or laws.  God gave them to the people of Israel.

The TEN Commandments make clear the moral, holy, and righteous standard that
God requires for that separation ultimately to be bridged … God knew we never
would or could live up to these TEN Commandments. 



 1. Thou
shalt not have strange gods before Me;

shalt not take the Name of the Lord thy God in vain;

Remember thou keep holy the Sabbath Day.               
Honor thy Father and thy
shalt not kill;                                       
shalt not commit adultery;                             
shalt not steal;                                   
shalt not bear false witness;

Thou shalt not covet another’s
shalt not covet another’s goods.


 In the days
of the Old Testament burnt offering, was the offering of clean lamb for a


In the above
image their sacrifice being offered to God is a burnt offering.
A burnt offering in Judaism (Hebrew: קָרְבַּןעוֹלָה, korban olah) is a form of sacrifice first
described in the Hebrew Bible. The term is first used of the sacrifices of
Noah. As a tribute to God, a burnt offering was
entirely burnt on the altar.


    Although sacrifices could include bloodless offerings  (grain
and wine), the most important were animal  sacrifices. However, God understood
that the Israelite were used to the animal sacrifices which the pagan tribes
used as the primary way to commune with their gods.



 Immediately after the Ten Commandments, the Lord
a whole
series of laws of repentance, baptism, remission of
sins, and the law of
commandments. God gave the laws to
Israel not to shackle
but to guarantee the greatest faith.  Jesus passed down to the
Apostles and then on to us the Sacraments. All Sacraments produce sanctifying
grace which heals our souls and raises them to a supernatural state.


:  We are “born
Again” to the divine life.

supernatural life.)                                
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          II CONFIRMATION: Strengthens the divine life within us.

III PENANCE:  Restores the divine life
when it has been lost by mortal sin, or helps its growth, when it has been
hampered by venial sin.

:  Supplies daily nourishment
to the divine life.

V EXTREME UNCTION:  Supplies the divine life
within us in the hour of our death.                                        

:  The line of those who
transmit the divine is
:  The
line of those who receive the divine life is maintained.

instituted the Sacraments to sanctify mankind. God uses the Sacraments as the
ordinary channels to impart His grace; therefore, they are necessary to keep
and nourish the life of grace in our souls

Christ and His







The Holy Mass is
the Unbloody sacrifice of the
Body and Blood of Our Lord
Jesus Christ Who Offers Himself on the Altar, through the Priest of God, as He
offered Himself on the Cross to save the world.


The Holy
Sacrifice of the Mass is the fulfillment of all  of the sacrifices of the Old
Covenant. In the New Covenant, the one sacrifice on the Altar of Calvary is
revisited during each and every Catholic Mass. Jesus Christ merited all graces
and blessings for us by His death on the Cross.

Transubstantiation – Catholics believe that during
Mass, the bread and wine used for Communion become the body and blood of Jesus
Christ – this is central to the Catholic faith.

    Indeed, this is what  the Catholic Church teaches.

During the Last
Supper, Jesus offers himself as the Passover sacrifice, the sacrificial lamb,
and teaches that every ordained Priest is to follow the same sacrifice in the
exact same way.

   Christ also
bids farewell to his followers and prophesies that one of them will betray him
and hand him over to the Roman soldiers.
While they were eating, Jesus
took bread, said the blessing, broke it, and giving it to his disciples said,
“Take and eat; this is my body.” Then he took a cup, gave thanks, and
gave it to them, saying, “Drink from it, all of you, for this is my blood
of the New Covenant which be shed on behalf of many for the forgiveness of

(Matthew 26:26-28; Mark 14:22-24, Luke 22:17-20,

        1 Corinthians


    Then Jesus
said to them, “Amen, amen I say unto you, Except you
eat the flesh
of the Son of man, and
{54} drink his
, you shall not have life in you.  {55} He that eateth my flesh and drinketh my blood, hath
everlasting life, and I will raise him up in the last day.”

   For them,
the death of Jesus was part of a divine plan to save humanity. The death and
resurrection of this one man is at the very heart of the Christian faith. For
Christians, it is through Jesus’s death that people’s broken relationship with
God is restored. This is known as the Atonement.


    Except for
the resurrection on Easter, Holy Thursday is possibly one of the most
important, complex, and profound days of celebration in the Catholic Church.
Holy Thursday celebrates the institution of the Eucharist as the true body and
blood of Jesus Christ and the institution of the Sacrament of the Priesthood.



He did it all to let us know the
depth of God’s love for us. Christ died for sins once, for all — “For Christ
died for sins once, for all, the righteous for the unrighteous in order to
bring you to God.”
(1 Peter 3:18).  There will never again need to be a sacrifice for our
sin. He did it all to let us now the depth of God’s love for us.




Sermon for the Third
Sunday of Advent: “Prophecy Fulfilled,

 A Mark of
the True Church”
{14:15 Minutes}



a)  It
would be defended by God Himself,
(Matthew 16:18-19)

b)  It
would have authority given by Jesus Christ,      
     (Matthew 16: 19 18: 17-18)

c)  It would be guided by the Holy Ghost who will dwell within it (John 14: 14-17 ) (Acts 15-28: 16:6)

d)  It would be undivided, (Mark 3: 24-25)

e)  It would have one fold and one shepherd, (John 10:16)

f)  It would have
Priest, Bishops & Deacons
,              (1 Timothy 3:1-3)

g) It must have the
Holy Eucharist celebration

    (John 6:42 70), (Acts 2:42)

h)  It must be found in all nations,(Matthew 28:19)

i) It must be found in all centuries. (Matthew 28:20)

The One True Church

https://thetruecatholicchurch.com/  {Website}

Footnote:{I} 10 Reasons: Why the Catholic Church is the True Church {Page 57}


            The Catholic
Church teaches that it is the
One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic church
founded by Jesus Christ in his Great Commission; that its Bishops are the
successors of Christ’s Apostles, and that the Pope is the successor to Saint
Peter, upon whom primacy was conferred by Jesus Christ.


    The True
Church is
One, Holy, Catholic, and  Apostolic. The Church that
possesses all the shining marks which Our Lord gave is the Church of God, the
True Church. Any church that lacks even one of these marks is an imitation, a
false church, and not the one founded by Our Lord. The True Church must possess
all of these marks. It is the Church which Christ commanded all to hear and

1)  The True Church is that one which is most persecuted by
the world, and which has received God’s seal in the form of miracles;

2The True Church is that one which
the successor of Saint Peter is to be found; and

3)  The True Church is known for the
following four marks: she is One
, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic.

It was founded by Jesus Christ in the year
33, and headed by St. Peter, who was chosen by Christ Himself, as is our first

The Church at the Council of Constantinople declared, concerning
herself, that she is One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic.  These are not only
her essential
qualities, but her outward and visible signs, the marks whereby she may always be
infallibly recognized.

The Four Marks




If one goes back to history,
you would understand that the Church was infiltrated many times.  The Catholic
Church began when Jesus started preaching to Christians when he was 30 years
and was Crucified when he reached 33 years old. From then, the Christians were
gravely persecuted until about the year 300 AD.  The
first Roman Emperor to claim conversion to Christianity, Constantine, played an
influential role in the proclamation of the Edict of Milan in 313 AD,
which decreed tolerance for Christianity in the empire. He called the First
Council of Nicaea in 325 AD, at which time the Nicene Creed was
professed by Christians. Then, in the 1400 hundreds there came a big change in
the Catholic world.




Luther, who was a German monk, forever changed Christianity when he nailed his
’95 Theses’ to a church door in 1517 AD, sparking the Protestant  Reformation.
He was actually a “Protester” of the Catholic Church and he started his “own”
church.  He also left out seven (7) Books of the Bible and changed the
Sacrifice of the Mass to a meal instead of the Sacrifice.  I
n January 1521
Luther was officially excommunicated from the Roman Catholic

version of “saved by faith and not works” created the change to “all”
are saved no matter what, and that “all” go to heaven.  He
also changed
charity to mean accepting what is evil and what is against God’s Commandments,
instead of focusing on saving souls for all eternity.



When Martin Luther issued grievances about the Catholic Church in 1517 AD,
King Henry VIII took it upon himself to personally repudiate the arguments of
the Protestant Reformation leader. The Pope rewarded Henry with the lofty title
Fidei Defensor, or Defender
of the Faith.

Barely a decade later, the very same Henry VIII would break decisively with the Catholic Church
usurping the role of Supreme Head of the Church of England (left the Papacy)
and dissolved the nation’s monasteries; absorbing and redistributing massive
property as he saw fit.          
In all, Henry VIII was married six (6)
times and had three(3) of his wives executed and he also started his own
church.                                                   He executed many
Cardinals, Bishops, Priests, Nuns,  and Monks who became Martyrs.  He made
himself head of the Church of England.  One can see the blind obedience of the
Bishops as they followed a murderer; for those who deserted the Catholic Church
went on to follow a man who made his own church and is a murderer to this day,
and since then
numerous other “man-made” churches started.

Footnote {II} 62 REASONS
PAGE 61    



The Pope has supreme and complete power and jurisdiction to decide
questions of faith and morals and to arrange the discipline of the universal


Papal Infallibility: Is what is said is what it means in all the
exact words.



{Pope Pius IX 1870}

 The Dogma was proclaimed by {Pope Pius IX 1870}, following bitter disputes by the
First Vatican council in 1870. The doctrine of papal infallibility means that
the Pope cannot err or teach error when he speaks on
Faith and Morals Ex Cathedral, or “from the chair” of the
Apostle St. Peter {that
is, in his role as supreme teacher of the church}, which is to be held by the
whole Catholic Church.




It set the
pace to dismantle
the Dogmas of the Church and its teachings and it fully


About sixty
years ago, Pope John XXIII shocked the world when he convoked the Second
Vatican Council. Known as Vatican II, the Council called thousands of bishops
and other religious leaders to the Vatican, where they forged a new set of
operating principles for the Roman Catholic Church.
takeaways from Vatican I were declarations on the church stances on
Rationalism, Liberalism,
and the inspiration of Scripture.  Vatican II
is a whole different council. It sought to reconcile the church with the modern


practice of only believing what is based on reason. An example of rationalism
is not believing in the supernatural and that reliance on reason is the best
guide for belief and action.


espouse a wide array of views depending on their
interpretation of these
principles, but they generally support free markets, free trade, limited
government, individual rights (including civil rights and human rights),
capitalism, democracy, secularism, gender equality, racial equality,
internationalism … from

Liberalism is a sin in: “What is Liberalism” by Fr.
Felix S.Y Salvadoran, Tan books, 1978, and condemned by Pope Pius IX, Syllabus
of Errors.


MATERIALISM: Modernism  was condemned by Pope Pius
?  The
pope condemned modernism, a loose movement of Catholic

biblical scholars,
philosophers and theologians who believed that the church could not ignore new
scientific historical research concerning the Bible.


ECUMENISM: Is any type of effort which
aims to unite different denominations of Christianity. There are a range of
ecumenical communities which, although run differently, have the same aim; to
unite Christians from different denominations and backgrounds in worship and
community. How is the Bible the inspired Word of God
? Condemned by St.


Scripture is the inspired Word of God because the Bible says so
(2 Timothy 3:16). The entire
Scripture is inspired by God, not just partially or in a degree.  Although most
of the Scripture was verbally conveyed to God’s people through the prophets and
apostles, only the Autographs are inspired. 

    As a result of Vatican II, the Catholic Church opened its
windows onto the modern world, updated the liturgy, gave a larger role to lay
people, introduced the concept of religious freedom, and started a dialogue
with other religions.

     Pope John XXIII initiated the Second Vatican
Council. He said it was time to “throw open the windows of the church and let
the fresh air of the spirit blow through.”

Paul VI was
elected and said in one of his lectures “from some
fissure “The Smoke of Satan has entered the temple of God.”

HHP[     Philosopher
Jean Vuitton said that Pope Paul VI’s
Intention was
to assimilate the Catholic liturgy to the Protestant: “The intention of
Paul VI with regard to what is commonly called the Mass, was to reform the
Catholic liturgy in such a way that it should almost coincide with the
Protestant liturgy.”

t shock and scandal, even within



changes occurred from Vatican 2?A principle concern
of the Council was to promote the work of Christian unity and improved
relations among all religion

As a result of Vatican II, the Catholic Church opened its
windows onto the modern world, updated the liturgy, gave a larger role to
laypeople, introduced the concept of religious freedom and started a dialogue
with other religions. A principle concern of the Council was to promote the
work of Christian unity and improved relations among all religion

t shock and scandal, even within then June 29, 1972 P

    Among the noteworthy ones were those that changed the way the
church worshiped. The Altar, for example, was turned around to face the people.
Mass was changed to be in the vernacular, no longer in Latin and women no
longer had to cover their hair in church, and the most important was the Old
Mass changed into the New Mass.

    She urges all people, regardless of culture or beliefs, to
open their minds and hearts to God. Mother Mary explains how to live more fully
conscience of our presence and purpose here on earth, and how to prepare
ourselves for re-entry into spiritual world after physical death.



The changes from Vatican II


Among the noteworthy ones were those that changed the way the
church worshiped. The altar, for example, was turned around to face the people
. Mass was
changed to be in the vernacular, no longer in Latin
And women no
longer had to cover their hair in









      Here are a
couple atheists?


e ComThe Communist Party operates by infiltrating and sububverting
social institutions like
A) The Churches     B) Schools  c) Mass Media  D) The Governmentsmunist



The claim that I have heard repeated frequently with the abuse
crisis is that Bella Dodd helped recruit over
1200 Communist agents into the seminaries, including
four (4) cardinals, and that these men who were then in
positions of
authority engaged the abusers and planned to ruin the church, leading to
Communism being popular
in the seminaries, et cetera.


Communist Infiltration-The Days of Bella Doddhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yyw-M8k9UEw


 “On Communism” Fr. Vili Lehtoranta http://www.sgg.org/wpcontent/uploads/2021/02/210


A Doctor’s Prescription for the New
World Order
by Fr John O’Connor


 Left hand side: Archbishop
Annibale Bugnini
{A Mason} {1812-1982} Secretary of the Concilium of the         Liturgical
Commission, which fabricated the Novus Ordo Missae {New Mass}

Right hand side: The six Protestant Ministers who served as
consultants to the Concilium standing with Paul VI {far right}.

    Returning to the “myth” that Protestant observers did
not contribute in creating the New Mass, to hold this position is to deny the
obvious – not only in fact, but also in substance. In the first place, an
ecumenical liturgy that would no longer offend Protestants was Fr. Annibale
Bugnini’s intention from the get-go as he declared in 1965:

We must strip from our Catholic prayers
and from the Catholic liturgy everything which can be the shadow of a
stumbling block for our separated brethren
that is for the Protestants… [my


While we learn
from the close confidant of Pope Paul VI, Jean Guitton:

The intention of Pope Paul VI with
regard to what is commonly called the Mass, was to reform the Catholic Liturgy
in such a way that it should almost coincide with the Protestant liturgy.
There was with Pope Paul VI an ecumenical intention to remove, or, at least to
correct, or, at least to relax, what was too Catholic in the traditional
sense in the Mass
and, I repeat, to get the Catholic Mass closer to the
Calvinist mass
” [my emphasis][4].


    To accomplish this ecumenical goal, the Consilium enlisted the
help of these Protestant observers:

    The others: John Paul I, John Paul
II, Benedict XVI and Francis just followed suit and let the “Smoke of
Satan” continue to succeed in the destruction of the Catholic Church. It
is said that one on the of Saints saw an image of a person wearing an apron {
A Mason} picking little
stones away from the Vatican {Dogma’s – Cannon Law – Faith – Etc.}      

 The Destruction of the Mass 1) AUDIO

https://videos.thetruemass.org/audio-the-destruction-of-the-  mass.htm


This is the Audio tape that
I had played for my mother-in-law while going out for drive with Father C.
Mersereau. She said if everyone would listen they would realize the Destruction
that had taken place because of Vatican II

1) VIDEO Papal Impostors   2) VIDEO What We Have Lost  3)VIDEO The Vacancy


             Paul Harvey Said Paul                             4) VIDEO Harvey: “If I Were The Devil” (Radio
Audio and Transcript …

 Below are three apparitions with their warnings.


 view with the V


1846: “Rome will lose the faith and become the seat of the Antichrist.“

1987: “Rome has lost
the Faith, my dear friends. Rome is in a apostasy.” These are not words in the
air. It is the truth. These are not words in the air. [emphasis]  It is the
truth. Rome is in apostasy . . . They have left the Church . . . “This sure,
sure, sure.” Archbishop LeFebvre

is of


Our Lady of Good Success predicted
that the moment when the situation would seem lost, she would intervene and
save the Catholic Church from the crisis and restore her to her proper splendo



Our Lady prophesied
that at the end of the 19th Century and especially in the 20th Century that
Satan would reign

completely by the means of the Masonic sect.


The vision of Hell, including the promise to take the children to Heaven, the
predictions of another war, martyrdom for Christians, the destruction of
nations, the persecution of the Church and of the Holy Father, and the spread
of Communism



did it all to let us know the depth of God’s love for  us. Christ died for us.
Why Did Jesus Sacrifice His life for us?  Christ died for sins once for all —
“For Christ died for sins once for all, the righteous for the unrighteous in
order to bring you to God” (1 Peter 3:18). There will never again need to be a
sacrifice for our sin.



It is Man-Made

And finally, it must be stated and
briefly explained why the Novus Ordo Missae cannot be considered the Roman
Mass through its failure to fulfill the latter’s requisite characteristics. In
the first and most crucial matter, the Novus Ordo lacks doctrinal orthodoxy; the
greatest hallmark of the traditional Roman Mass. The New Mass has an
ecumenical, heterodox,
and ambiguous nature; an objective of
the Consilium and even of Pope Paul VI.  This Ecumenical goal was accomplished
with the assistance of six
(6) Heretical
Protestant Ministers {Protesters} to create the New Mass, resulting in the
minimization, mutation, and omission of Catholic Doctrine in its texts {seen as
opened to merely a bad translation}. The theological heterodoxy even went so
far to include a heretical – that is, a Protestant definition of the Mass in
the first version of the General Instruction.


Footnote: {II} 62 Reasons Why
Traditional Catholics don’t attend the Novus Ordo
  SEE PAGE 61  



Many people believe that true obedience is blind. That is, they
believe if a person in authority makes a decision or gives a command, that
decision or command should be followed without question, simply because a
person in authority gave it. Within the Catholic Church, many laity believe
that whatever a Priest or bishop says should be followed without question. With
all the years that have passed by since Vatican II started, the Church
(counterfeit) is in total
disarray. From the time Vatican II began, they slowly penetrated on our
obedience to the Catholic Church. Those that were supposed to defend our Faith
are the cause of its destruction. They, at the top, that are involved in false
religions (Vatican) are paving the way to join those religions.


is the teaching of the Church that Obedience is
part of justice, one of the four cardinal virtues, which are in turn subordinate
to the theological virtues of Faith, Hope, and Charity.
Faith is greater than obedience! Therefore, if obedience acts to harm the
faith, then a Catholic has a duty not to obey his superior. “Now sometimes
the things commanded by a superior are against God, therefore superiors are not
to be obeyed in all things.” St. Thomas Aquinas, Doctor of the Church. –
Summa Theoligica II-IIQ. 104 – “But though we, or an angel from heaven,
preach a gospel to you besides that which we have preached to you, let him be
anathema.” (Galatians 1:8) Lord that which also I handed down to
you.”      (Corinthians 11:23)


the many years they (the elite of Satan) have been gradually destroying the
Catholic Church piece by piece, they knew they could not destroy the Church
from the outside but only from within. When Maximilian Kolbe first came to Rome
in 1917, he saw a parade, a public manifestation of Freemasons. They were
carrying placards and on their placards it was written:
“Satan will rule from the Vatican
and the Pope will be his slave.” How would they bring that about? What was
their program? It was the Freemasons themselves who declared with utmost
arrogance, “We are going to destroy the Church by means of holy
obedience.” It is easy to understand what we were told by the Apparitions
of La Salette and Fatima, namely, that we are on course according to the
Prophecies. Catholics of my generation have lost the Faith and it seems they
want to stay in the counterfeit church. Today I can understand why the children
are at a loss, mostly because of the modernistic teaching they receive.  Even
the school education is a fraud. After all these years, I have come to these
conclusions for some of the reasons why people have lost the Faith.



  BLIND OBEDIENCE                    SOCIAL WISE                                     

Same God for everyone          1} Abortion

Holy Communion just a meal     2} Euthanasia

Everybody goes to Heaven       3} Contraception

Marriage Annulments            4} Homosexuality

No Hell or Purgatory           5} Sex abuse

6} Modernism                 





Jesus saith to him: I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No
man cometh to the Father, but by me
“.{John 14:6}

assigned His disciples
work. He developed His disciples by
delegating ministry responsibilities to them. He sent His disciples out and
gave them real ministry. Hands on experience was a vital part of Jesus’s
discipleship curriculum.

   Upon the
death of Jesus, He had gathered together 12 Apostles to continue to preach His
word around the whole world. To gather His lost sheep was
one of the reasons Jesus performed miracles, to prove that he
was truly divine.

miracles of Jesus serve as a glimpse and foretaste of what God will accomplish
on a grand, universal scale when Jesus comes to establish the New Heaven and
the New Earth.

miracles, like healing the sick, walking on water, and raising the dead made
non-believers believe His claim that He was the true God who came to earth to
save mankind.
Years ago through the Priest and
prayers, there were many healings and miracles performed here on earth.  The
miracles of Jesus offer a preview of that glorious day. The miracles offer a
glimpse of Heaven on earth.

      I have attached 3 Video’s with explanation

1) Once Upon A Barren Hill – Our Lady of

Flowers form on an image on Juan’s

2) The Miracle of the Staircase

Needing a staircase for their Chapel, it was built by a stranger
{Saint Joseph}.

3) The  Bridge Of Rosary

Cape de Madeleine  Three Rivers, P.Q.


In Canada we have these three Shrines famous around the world,
where there have been many miracles. Here in Amherst as I was growing up, I
heard so many stories about healing and miracles. As you can see, all the
canes, crutches, wheelchairs show people who were able to see, hear, and other

Saint Joseph Shrine  Saint Anne’s
 Lady of the Cape

 Montreal,PQ           Quebec City, PQ    Three Rivers, PQ


H Recitation of the Most Holy Rosary is the key to conversions and
to the attainment of eternal salvation.


the Holy
Sacrifice of the Mass, the Holy Rosary is the prayer
most pleasing
to Our Lady .
. .
now She reigns in heaven as Queen next to her Son, Christ the King. She was  given the privilege to
bestow God’s graces .
why?   Because through the Rosary, with
its three Mysteries, one can follow the steps of His life. We have to focus on
the meditation of each decade, which can follow His complete life on earth.

The origin of the Rosary of the Blessed Virgin is not certain,
though it has been associated with St. Dominic, founder of the Dominican order
in the early 13th century.

Pope Pius V (in office 1566–1572) established a standard 15 Mysteries of the
Rosary, based on long-standing custom. This groups the mysteries into three

The Joyful Mysteries, the Sorrowful Mysteries, and the Glorious



Eucharist Miracle

  As a Catholic, we believe
that Jesus is really present in the Eucharistic elements.


 About the
Eucharistic Miracle of Lanciano


Close up view of the
Eucharistic Miracle in Lanciano.


a manifestation took place here in the 8th century: a Basilian Monk, who had
doubted the Real Presence of Our Lord in the Eucharist, was celebrating Holy
Mass, and at the consecration, he saw that the Host had changed into flesh and
the wine had changed into blood; clotted and separated into 5 different sized
clots. The Priest then admitted his former doubts to the stunned parishioners.
The news spread quickly and the faithful came from all over to view the
miracle, which to this day, has retained the same dimensions.

the Sanctuary in Lanciano: The miracle is contained in a silver and glass
reliquary and is clearly visible. The latest scientific testing, done in the
1970’s, confirms what the faithful have believed for 12 centuries without the
technology of today: “The flesh is real flesh.” (a perfect slice from the
heart), and “The blood is real blood.”  The blood type is AB, the same found on
the Shroud of Turin. Viewing this most spectacular miracle of Our Lord in the
Most Blessed Sacrament is a deep and moving experience for many pilgrims.  “Take and eat, this is My Body which is given for you.” That
is to say, I believe that through a miracle the bread and the wine become
Jesus’s real flesh and blood, while still appearing to be bread and wine (and
that’s part of the miracle). Does this sound crazy?


As a


I believed that the Lord’s Supper — Communion — was just a memorial feast. It
was a commemorative ceremony we celebrated as a church or small group of
believers to remember Jesus’s once-and-for-all sacrifice. I also believed that when
Jesus said, “This is my body,” he was speaking metaphorically and instead
meant, “This represents my body.”

     But I changed my mind.
Jesus wasn’t instituting a mere memorial feast.  He was giving us His real
flesh and blood. Jesus wasn’t simply asking us to do something once in a while
in memory of Him. He was giving us a gift. I went from believing that the bread
and wine were symbols of Jesus’s sacrifice, to believing that the bread and
wine were Jesus.
This is why I changed my mind about Communion.




own insight in the deceit {1975} of the New Mass came from the ambiguous
phraseology “When we eat this bread and drink this cup….” because
that can and MUST be understood as Protestantism, because after Consecration
there IS NO bread and there IS NO wine.  This is what is lacking in the knowledge and belief of most
people with problems.



More Signs
and Wonders from Jesus


1} When I was about 10 years old {Bill}, I came down with a very
bad flu and was very sick for about a week. Each day I implored the Lord to
heal me. At the end of my bed there was a large statue of the Sacred Heart on
the dresser beside my bedroom window. The sun never shone through this window
directly.  On the day in question, I finished praying and suddenly the statue
was illuminated with a strong ray of light from the window. Then, the head of
the statue turned and looked directly at me! I was immediately cured and felt a
wonderful sense of peace which I can still remember clearly.  To this day,
whenever I place a statue of the Sacred Heart anywhere in my home, over time it
will slowly turn.   Bill


2} This miracle happened many years ago in a small village in
Joggins, N.S. Lester, one of our altar boys {now in a nursing home} had
mentioned this to me. This town was completely on fire and he mentioned
about a woman having a baby in
her home and the house caught on fire and because she was in labor, she wasn’t
able to go out. Someone went to Father Curie and he stood in the front of the
house and made the Sign of the Cross, and said, “The fire stops now!” and
it did. My friend Bill, whom I call my Internet Technician, and who I was
visiting one day, told me that his mother was there when this took place.


3} I was talking to my friend May-Anne the other night and she told
me about what had happened when she worked in Ottawa. She had met this lady
that lived in the country and she told her that one day she had been walking
back to her house and saw that her house was on fire. A lot of Catholics would
had a bag of medals and wear them around their necks. She took the bag off and
threw it into the fire and it went out.


4} This article was told to me about 20 years ago. This happened
many years ago back in Chicago. There was a church there was going to be
painted and they would close the church from around 7:00 pm until about 7:00
am. It was around midnight when the workers saw a Priest with the Chalice
celebrating Mass. After about 3 masses at the same time they decided to see the
pastor.  The Priest also visited and saw a couple of masses. When the Mass was
over, the pastor approached the Priest and asked his name, and the pastor
remembered his name from years ago. The Priest said, “If you look on the top of
the cabinet you will see a book with all the stipends that I never completed.”
The Pastor spoke up and said, “Go rest Father.  I will finish them for you.”


5) This is a story from around the year 1928, in a small town in
Joggins, N.S, about our Altar Server, Lester Cormier. They had horses on the
farm and Lester would attend to them.  One day a couple of boys were carrying
on with horse and picked up the hay fork.  When Lester brought the horse into
the stall, he kicked Lester in the face. He was taken to the hospital and his
mother had asked about her son.  The doctor said he may not make it over
night.  His mother got on her knees and promised to visit Saint Anne’s Shrine
in Montreal if She would save Lester, and she did.


6)     I had mentioned to you before
about a very holy Priest, Fr. Yves Normand.  He was the Priest here in Canada
that started the traditional movement, as he was kicked out of the Diocese for
refusing to do the Novus Ordo. Father had gone across Canada opening up little
chapels. While in the Province of Manitoba, there was a forest fire and it was
about to burn homes. As Father was up there doing mission work, he was
approached to go to the fire. He got the Monstrance with Blessed Sacrament and
made the sign of the cross, and the homes were saved.


7) Being in contact with a lady who told me that a few
women had got together {In 50′ and 60’s}. They wanted to bring a young girl to
Ste. Anne De Beaupe, Que., as she has to use crutches to walk. After visiting
the Shrine and walking away she left the crutches there.






“The effects of  Extreme Unction,” says
the Council of Trent, “are the grace of the Holy Ghost, which in His goodness,
takes away sins and whatever remains to be expiated, comforts and strengthens
the soul by arousing in it great confidence in the mercy of God, helps it to
bear more easily the pains and discomforts of sickness, and to resist the
temptations of the devil, which is often expedient for the salvation of the
soul.” Instead of looking on this sacrament as an irrevocable sentence of
death, it should be considered, rather, as a divine remedy for soul and body,
which is more efficacious than any human aid. It should be received before
the sick person is at death’s door, or as soon, indeed, as it is allowed to be
received.  In this way, it will be easier to follow than at the more dangerous
time at the hour of death, and sometimes it even restores health to the body
when God allows, and because of this, one will profit the beautiful and
meaningful ceremonies and to derive greater profit from them.

Even if someone is unconscious he/she will still get the  benefits
of this Sacrament:








Here I am again with a
story. Carol remembered the article “I am the Good Shepherd, and she had
told me yesterday about her brother-in-law (his name is Ben) who was telling
her about his uncle that was on his death bed.  He decided to bring in a
picture of the Good Shepherd to show him, and he got scared and asked to have a



Here is a big answer to prayers
… thanks be to God. Our daughter-in-law, Laura’s mother, was dying last week
in the Ottawa hospital. Read this: “Paul Sarty told us last night that he
canceled his appointment with the undertaker and didn’t need the list of 10
people allowed at the funeral these days. As I had told you, Kathy Sarty received Extreme
Unction Wednesday night. She had been  unconscious for three weeks. When the
Priest walked in, her eyes opened and looked at him the whole time while he was
giving her the Sacraments. Then she closed her eyes. Laura and Paul arrived
Thursday and the doctors told them that they would be unplugging her that
morning and that she would die because her lungs had already atrophied. They
were given 10 minutes to say their goodbyes. She was unhooked. Three hours
later they were told she was breathing on her own. Yesterday she was sitting up
and asking to go home. She is now out of ICU.  Thanks be to Our dear Lord and
His blessed Mother.


C) I had this
article told to me a few years ago, so I will tell you the best I can.  This
healing happened in the U.S.A. I was told that there was a lady who couldn’t
attend Mass because the doctor told her that she would never walk again and
never get out of the bed. Someone had approached a Priest and asked him if he
would address this lady. The Priest gave her Extreme Unction and she was cured,
and is now walking about.


D) The
same Priest was asked again to give Extreme Unction to a lady that had
incurable cancer on her face.  The doctor even gave her a paper telling her.
She eventually got cured.  Someone then said to the Priest, “I know for sure
you are a holy Priest.”


E) A family that had been going to Mass here now, both having
passed away, received the Sacrament of Extreme Unction.  Her son had talked to
me and I got in touch with a Priest to go see his mother. The Priest had given
her Extreme Unction and when he finished, he missed something and had to
complete the whole thing again. As soon as he finished, she then passed away.


F) One of our
friends Frances was about to have an operation on her Esophagus which only 5%
come out it alive as was told to by her surgeon. We decided to take Father
Ahern and she was able have Extreme Unction.  We were home at the time when her
husband called us and that she out of the operation room. We decided to go to
Halifax (2 hours away} to visit her. When we arrived she was rocking back and
fourth {sort conscienceless} with her hands to the railings (loosely). Carol
said she was saying Hail Mary, and as soon as she woke up she said to Carol I
am OK and you can go home.

G) An amazing story to tell you. Carol’s aunt (Agnes) was in the hospital and
was unconscious. Her cousin and her

husband had gone to visit her (aunt),
when thy were on the

floor where she was resting, the nurse
told them that she

had died. Later that day they went the
Funeral Parlor to

make arrangements, they told them she
wasn’t there. Called

the Hospital and she was in bed, still
unconscious. She

hadn’t died and they placed her in
another room, they

called up the priest Father Driscol
{Presbyter). Carol and I went to visit her, and the daughter told Carol that
{priest} didn’t do anything and said her mother always wanted Extreme
Unction (The Last Rites). Father Mersereau
was living with
us then, and Aunt Agnes was able to have her wish.



A great movement of Apostasy
is being organized in every country for the establishment of a
ONE-WORLD-CHURCH, which shall have neither dogmas, nor hierarchy, nor discipline
for the mind, nor curb from the passions, and which, under the protest of
freedom and human dignity would bring back to the world, the rein of legalized
cunning and force, the expression of the weak, and of those who toil and





IV OBEDIENCE?                   V OUR LADY IS


15 Beware of false
prophets, who come to you in the clothing of sheep, but inwardly they are
ravening wolves. 
16 By their fruits you shall know them. Do men gather grapes of
thorns, or figs of thistle
? (Matthew 7:15 -16)

24 For there shall
arise false Christs and false prophets, and shall show great signs and wonders,
insomuch as to deceive (if possible) even the elect.
(Matthew 24:24)





      1 The
2 Early Years


            We Begin at the
time of the Old Testament


15) And the Lord took man, and put him in a paradise of pleasure, to
dress and keep it.

16) And commanded him, saying: Of every tree of paradise thou shalt

17) But the tree of knowledge of good and evil, thou shalt not eat.
For in what day soever thou shalt eat of it, thou shalt die the death. Then the
Lord cast a deep sleep upon Adam,
and when he was fast asleep, he
took one of his ribs and filled up flesh for it. And then the Lord filled the
rib, which he took from Adam, into a woman, and brought her to Adam.
(Genesis 2: 15,16,17,22)


1) Now the serpent was more subtle than any of the beasts of the
earth which the Lord God had made. And he said to the woman
: Why hath God
commanded you, that you should

not eat of every tree of paradise?

2) And the woman answered him, saying: Of the fruit of the trees that
are in paradise we do eat;

3) But of the fruit of the tree which is in the midst of paradise,
God hath commanded us that we should not eat; and that we should not touch it,
lest perhaps we die.

4) And the serpent (Lucifer) said to the
: No, you shall not die the death.

5) For God doth know that in what day soever you shall eat thereof,
your eyes shall be opened and you shall be as Gods, knowing good and evil.
Do your own will.    (Genesis 3:1-5)

  Adam squandered
the first opportunity and he lost it for the whole human race. After the
redemption through Jesus Christ, each human being would be personally and
solely responsible whether or not he would dwell in Heaven. It is fitting that
the Woman, Who brought the Redeemer into this world, should be the hostess, as
it were, to welcome all those good noble souls Her Son enabled to find the way
into Heaven. 
(Catholic Devotions)


We can see our first parents were very weak, but just ask yourself,
would we have been any different from them? But Our Lord, who is our Creator,
still loved His creations, and would give us another chance, but this time he
gave us His Mother.  When Jesus therefore had seen his Mother and the disciple
standing, whom He loved, He said to his Mother: Woman, behold thy Son.
 (St. John 19: 26)



We were taught by the Sisters of Charity Nuns” from Boston,
Massachusetts. Even though we were taught Catechism with the nuns, it was taken
for granted that we were supposed to be the ones that should have known and
kept the Faith when we went out to face the world and reviewed our religion.
Then came Vatican II in 1962, and with it came the many changes in the Catholic
Church, and the years that followed were to become disastrous. We are now in
the era of fun and joy and, of course, it settled into Materialism. God’s
Remember to keep holy the Sabbath daymeans that
Sunday is the Lord’s Day and was given to us to focus on attending Mass and is
a day of rest and also to spend with one’s family. But the attending of Sunday
Mass now has become a Sunday of shopping and sports, with even less and less
attention to serving God.




1) Not understanding the true meaning of Papal

The meaning of “Transubstantiation”.

Through Blind Obedience they were able to brainwash us.
4) Vatican II – a
false Council (heretical).

A) The very most important part of
our Faith should have been to know what was meant by “
– the Sacrifice on the Cross is the same as the Sacrifice on the Altar.

B) Not
understanding the true meaning of Papal Authority.
C) We never had a
Bible or Missal to follow the Mass.

D) There should of
been a Book for Catholic history also.


1) Even in high
there was nothing ever mentioned to us about the moral problems
that teenagers could come across. There was no type of family education that
would have been helpful before and after marriage.

2) When I grew up I
never heard of those stories concerning Priests that were in scandal (sexual
abuse), not until years later. In those days if one ever accused a Priest of
these deviations, your parents would not believe you.

3) I never heard
any of the nuns mention to us to not to associate with Protestants and not to
get involved in marrying them either.

4) Then there were
many mixed marriages, however, while in many of those couples were not of the
same religion, it usually happened that the Catholic would go to the spouse’s
church or would leave it altogether and in such cases, the children would loose
their teaching of God.

5) With all of the
false teachings that were given to us by false teachers, we were cheated out of
our religion over all of the years. These things that happened is the main
source of the reason why Catholics lost their Faith.

6) We didn’t hear
about the Apparitions of Our Lady such as the Apparitions of Our Lady of Good
– – – Our Lady of La Salette – – – Our Lady of
Lourdes and Our Lady of Fatima and etc., and also many of the Saints, who would
have explained everything we had to know.

7) Concerning the Mass, I will be honest with you to say, and also am
ashamed to say, that I truly didn’t understand the meaning of the Mass at that
time, which is, that the Holy Mass is the Sacrifice of the Body and Blood of
Our Lord Jesus Christ, Who Offers Himself on the Altar, through the Priest in
the same manner as He offered Himself on the Cross to save the world. One can
imagine that other Catholics in those days were in the same position as I was.
And now
. . . what of those who are living in these times?

8) Then came the time that we were going to be on our own and raise
our own families. “Are we to blame for ignorance of the most important
part of our




A) Loss of
B) Transubstantiation   C) Evolution  


A) Loss of


Who would have believed how we could be fooled? The best example
was, when they got us to follow the Mass when the Priest started facing us.
Why couldn’t those Priests realize that when facing the Cross,
Transubstantiation brings Our Lord down from the Cross. How could those Priests
of the old days just give up and leave, or even  remain with the New Order of
the Mass
Had they forgotten the whole Catholic Faith and the Holy and
Divine Liturgy? The Church’s whole liturgy finds itself in 1376, when the
Council of Trent summarizes the Catholic faith by declaring, “This change, the
Holy Catholic Church has fittingly and properly called




Transubstantiation in the Catholic Faith is understood as the
conversion of the substance of the Eucharistic elements into the Body and Blood
of Christ at Consecration in the Holy Mass, only the appearances of bread and
wine still remaining.
Don’t pray at the Holy Mass but pray the
Holy Mass!
 quote from His Holiness, St. Pope Pius X

For this was I born, and for this came I into the world; that I
should give testimony to the truth. Everyone that is of the truth heareth my
(John 18:37)


B) Evolution


Human evolution is the THEORY OF a claimed
lengthy process of change by which people originated from ape-like ancestors.
There is
ZERO scientific evidence/proof to show that the physical
and behavioral traits shared by all people has originated from ape-like
ancestors. There are
pseudo-scientists(Atheists) who
want us to believe, that we have evolved from a
monkey, fish, or
blob and ‘evolved’ over a period of approximately six million years. I am still
waiting to hear whether these
scientistshave evolved
into the first talking monkeys. Catholics
KNOW that the human
body is the great creation by God the Father Himself and all he asked of us was
to Know Him, Love Him, and to Serve Him.





a) Faith  b) The Faith And
c) Dogma             c) Modernism   d) Oath of
                    e) Papal Infallibility   f) We Were

g) Our Lady of La
Mentioned                     h) Our Lady Of La
On Materialism



POPE BENEDICT XV – Let nothing new
be introduced, but only what has been handed down.


FAITH – Is concerned
with many things which we cannot perceive by our senses and cannot grasp with
our  understanding.

a) Faith


Christian Faith is the firm conviction, arrived at with the Grace
of God, that everything that Jesus Christ taught on earth is true, as well as,
everything which the Catholic Church teaches by the commission she has received
from Him. The Christian Faith of the family starts at home.  As children grow
up, it is necessary for them to be taught their religion; they receive this
with a true Catholic Catechism and Home Schooling. Even though one is taught
Catechism, one still has to compete with materialism and the electronic world
that is corrupting the generations of today. I am a firm believer that for one
to have a strong Faith, it is necessary to have:


1) a sound basic
knowledge of the Catholic Faith;

2) a pure
conscience; and

3) a strong
willpower and
a solid conviction. This is a sure way to succeed.


b) The Faith
and  Tradition


The truths of our faith were received even by Jesus Himself as a
tradition or a handing down to Him from His Father. Jesus answered them and
said, “My doctrine is not mine but His that sent me.”
(John 7:16)


Jesus said to them, “Amen, Amen, I say to you, the Son cannot
do anything of Himself, but what He see the Father doing: for what things
soever He doeth, these, the Son also doth in like manner.” –
(John 5:19)


“For I have not spoken of myself; but the Father who sent me; He
gave me commandment what I should say and what I should speak.” –
(John 12:49)


Likewise, Our Lord hands the Faith down to us as a tradition
through those of our lawful superiors who are obedient to the Faith.
“Because the words which thou gavest to me, I have given to them.” –
(John 17:8)

          “Remember to keep holy the Sabbath day.




I Holy Trinity      II) The
(III)The Ascension  IV) The Blessed


(I) Holy Trinity: The greatest
Mystery of the Church is Three Persons in one God. We cannot, with our feeble
understanding, grasp the doctrine of the Blessed Trinity, and it is therefore
called “a Mystery”.  Here is an idea:  Take a sheet of typing paper, fold twice
in equal pieces, making one piece.  When it is opened, you have three sections.


II) The Resurrection: It is miraculous. No natural power can
bring it about. Nature causes by generating, never restoring. Hence, while it
is true that the  separated soul naturally tends to be united to the body,
nature itself cannot bring about a re-union. Divine power is required.


III) The Ascension:  The Ascension
establishes that it was the crucified Jesus and Christ, the Incarnate Son, who
rose from the dead. Christ the man is none other than Christ the Son who is the
living Christ we know, and we in fact know no other. So it was He who rose from
the dead in the Ascension as it is in the Incarnation.


IV) The Blessed Sacrament: The presence of
the Body and Blood of Christ under the appearance of bread and wine is a
“Mystery” because our feeble reason cannot comprehend it. This is a personal
grace that our Lord gave to us. The Eucharist, in a special way, causes us to
attain heavenly glory. Then Jesus said to them: Amen, Amen I say unto you:
Except you eat the flesh of the Son of Man and drink his blood, you shall not
have life in you.
(John 6:54)


d) Saint Pius X On Modernism


(The liberal
theological tendency of Protestantism in the 19th – 20th century


St. Pope Pius X warned us about
Modernism and fought against it, trying to dispense those who were responsible,
but never completely eradicating those responsible. One of the most treasured
doctrines of the Roman Papacy is that of Infallibility. This Dogma was issued
Pope Pius IX and was approved
and defined by the Vatican I Council in 1870. The Council document declares
that, “When the Roman Pontiff speaks
ex cathedra, he possesses by
the divine assistance promised to him in blessed Peter, that Infallibility
which the Divine Redeemer willed His Church to
enjoy in
defining doctrine concerning faith or morals.” Therefore, such definitions of
the Roman Pontiff are of themselves, and not by the consent of the Church,

          (First Dogmatic . . . , 1870, 4.9).


e) Oath of Saint
X On Modernism


“I promise that I shall keep all these articles faithfully,
entirely, and sincerely, and guard them inviolate; in no way deviating from
them in teaching or in any way in word or in writing. Thus, I promise.  This I
swear.  So help me God”



The Oath
Against Modernism
–                    traditionalcatholic.net  Full Script

Here is a good example: Two good friends
of mine, who have since passed away, mentioned to me about two Priests who were
brothers; Traditional Priests, Fathers Jack and John. It was said that these
two Priests were very holy and then came Vatican II. Father Jack, who became
Bishop and was involved with the Council sent his brother Father John to the
U.S.A. to study the New Mass. When Father John came back from the U.S.A., he told
someone that he was sick and tired of Protestantism, but unfortunately never
left and probably lost his FAITH.  Actually Carol had to correct

him for a couple of heresies that he spoke in Church. The
following Sunday in his homily he said,
I’m not the only
heretic here.
”  When he left, he had asked Carol to pray for him.  He has since
had passed away.




The Pope is preserved from the possibility of error, “When in the
exercise of his office as shepherd and teacher of all Christians,in virtue of
his supreme apostolic authority, he defines a doctrine. The dogmatic definition
of papal infallibility says that a pope has “full and supreme power of
jurisdiction over the whole Church” and when he “speaks
ex cathedra; that is, when,
in the exercise of his office as shepherd and teacher of all Christians, in
virtue of his supreme apostolic authority, he defines a doctrine concerning
faith or morals to be held by the whole Church.  He possesses, by the divine
assistance promised to him in blessed Saint Peter, that infallibility which the
Divine Redeemer willed for his Church, to enjoy in defining doctrine concerning
faith or morals.”


  Thus, papal infallibility doesn’t mean that a Pope is infallible
in absolutely everything he says or does. Instead, certain conditions must
exist first: he must be speaking “
ex cathedra” and he
must be speaking on something specific to the faith or morals of the church.


  This assertion of papal infallibility creates a great deal of
controversy both inside and outside the Catholic Church. Many Catholics will
abandon the church because of it, including some leaders. Many non
Catholics will
criticize the Vatican and
Pope Pius IX (18461878) for assuming far
too much authority and power for themselves.


g) Were We







1) Over 50 (1962) years ago, John XXIII initiated the Second Vatican
Council. He said it was time to “throw open the windows of the church and let
the fresh air of the spirit blow through.”

2)The Papal Tiara is a sign of a true authority and was given by
Paul VI on Nov. 13th, 1964 to the United Nations, which then sold it.

3) Then, there was the intention of Pope Paul VI with regard to what
is now commonly called the “New Mass”, to reform the Catholic liturgy
in such a way that it should almost coincide with the Protestant liturgy.
During the Concilium (the group for the construction of the New Mass) Pope Paul
VI invited six (6) Protestant advisors, besides the main participants under
presidency of Fr. Annibale Bugnini; the main author of the Novus Ordo Missae
(New Mass).

4) In 1972, on the feast of Saints Peter and Paul, Pope Paul VI
delivered a sermon that startled the world.  He had the feeling that –
“from some fissure the ‘Smoke of Satan’ had entered the temple of

5) On Sept 28, 1978, Pope John Paul I died suddenly after reigning
only just 33 days.

6) John Paul II was a man of the world and not of God.

7) Benedict XVI. The Pope ends state of limbo after 800 years.
“Babies who die before being baptized will no longer be trapped in Limbo,
following a decision by the Pope to abolish th
e concept from
Roman Catholic teaching.”

8) No Hell:   “A hell
without fire and brimstone.” That’s the Roman Catholic Church’s latest view on
what life in the thereafter might be like. And it is straight from Pope
Francis, who made the statement yesterday in the Vatican City.


“At this morning’s mass at the Basilica of St. John’s, news of the
Pope’s statement caught most of the people completely by surprise.” “The
Pope said what
?” asked one man. “I’d have to see it before I believe


Hell”: Pope – Canada – CBC News


h) Our Lady of La


“All the civil governments will
have one and the same plan, which will be to abolish and do away with every
religious principle,to make way for materialism, atheism, spiritualism  and
vice of all kinds. In the year 1865, there will be desecration of holy places.
In convents, the devil will make himself like the king of all hearts. May those
in charge of religious communities be on their guard against the people they
must receive, for the devil will resort to all his evil tricks to introduce
sinners into religious orders; for disorder and the love of carnal pleasures
will be spread all over the earth.”


i) Our Lady Of La
On Materialism


1)Materialism is
defined as “the preoccupation with material things rather than intellectual or
spiritual things.” If a Christian is preoccupied with material things, it is
definitely wrong. That is not to say we cannot have material things, but the
obsession with acquiring and caring for “stuff” is a dangerous thing for the


2) Men shall be
lovers of themselves, covetous, haughty, proud, blasphemers, disobedient to
parents, ungrateful, wicked.
(2 Timothy 3:2)

“May blind spirits be illumined by the light of truth and justice
…” Pius XI asked during the Marian Feasts of the Jubilee of the
Redemption,“…so that those who have gone astray into error may be brought
back to the straight path; that a just liberty may be granted the Church
everywhere, and that an era of peace and true prosperity may come upon all the
nations. But the world, which today affords so many justifiable reasons for
pride and hope, is also undergoing a terrible temptation to materialism, which
has been denounced by our predecessors and ourselves on many occasions.  

This materialism is not confined to that condemned philosophy which
dictates the policies and economy of a large segment of mankind. It rages also
in a love of money which creates ever greater havoc as modern enterprises
expand, and which, unfortunately, determines many of the decisions which weigh
heavy on the life of the people. It finds expression in the cult of the body,
in excessive desire for comforts, and in flight from all the austerities of
life. It encourages scorn for human life; even for life which is destroyed
before seeing the light of day.


This materialism is present in the unrestrained search for
pleasure, which flaunts itself shamelessly and tries, through reading matter
and entertainments, to seduce souls which are still pure. It shows itself in
lack of interest in one’s brother, in selfishness which crushes him, injustice
which deprives him of his rights
in a word, in
that concept of life which regulates everything exclusively in terms of
material prosperity and earthly satisfaction.”




a) Blind
b) Obedience And The Faith c)Infiltration  d) Some Rotten
Fruits Of Vatican

a) Blind


Many people believe that true obedience is blind. That is, they
believe if a person in authority makes a decision or gives a command, that
decision of command should be followed without question, simply because a
person in authority gave it. Within the Catholic Church, many laity believe
that whatever a Priest or Bishop says should be followed without question. With
all the years that have passed since Vatican II started, the Church
(counterfeit) is in total
disarray. From the time Vatican II began, they slowly penetrated on our
obedience to the Catholic Church. Those that were supposed to defend our Faith
are the cause of its destruction. They at the top that are involved in false religions
(Rome) and are paving the way to join those religions.


b) Obedience And
The Faith


It is the teaching of the Church that obedience is part of
justice; one of the four cardinal virtues, which are in turn subordinate to the
theological virtues of faith, hope, and charity. Faith is greater than
! Therefore, if obedience acts to harm the faith, then a Catholic
has a duty not to obey his superior. “Now sometimes the things commanded
by a superior are against God, therefore, superiors are not to be obeyed in all
things.” St. Thomas Aquinas, Doctor of the Church.
Summa Theoligica
II-IIQ. 104 – “But though we, or an angel from heaven, preach a gospel to
you besides that which we have preached to you, let him be anathema.”
(Galatians 1:8) Lord that which
also I handed down to you.”
(Corinthians 11:23)


c) Infiltration


Over the many years they (the elite of Satan) have been gradually
destroying the Catholic Church piece by piece, they knew they couldn’t destroy
the church from the outside but only from within. When Maximilian Kolbe first
came to Rome, in 1917, he saw a parade, a public manifestation of Freemasons.
They were carrying placards and on their placards it was written: “Satan
will rule from the Vatican. The Pope will be his slave.” How would they
bring that about
? What was their program? It was the
Freemasons themselves who declared with the utmost arrogance: “We are
going to destroy the Church by means of holy obedience.” It is easy to
understand what we were told by the Apparitions of La Salette and Fatima namely
that we are on course according to the Prophecies. Catholics of my generation
have lost the Faith, and it seems they want to stay in the counterfeit church.
Today I can understand why the children are at a loss mostly because of the
modernistic teaching they receive, even the school education is a fraud. After
all these years I have come to the conclusion for some of the reasons why
people lost the Faith.


a) They are believing that there is only one God. (False) 1st
Commandment – I am the Lord Thy God Thou shalt not have strange Gods before me


b) They also believe that everyone’s religion is the same. (false).
The True Church is One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic.


c) In a truly
amazing reversal that has occurred since Vatican II, Catholic (and others) now
believe in the Doctrine of Universal Salvation. Everyone is saved; no one goes
to hell. If you don’t believe this has happened, just go to the typical (Novus
Ordo) funeral. There, the deceased are canonized on the spot and declared to be
enjoying heavenly bliss in God’s presence, and heaven forbid that there should
be any mention of hell or purgatory.      


d) A good friend of mine had mentioned to me one time, if everyone’s
going to heaven, what would be the sense of even going to church


e) At the New Mass, the people enjoy their service in English and
don’t realize that the True Mass was always said in Latin because Latin was a
dead language and the words of Christ could not be changed. One could visit any
Church around the world and go to the True Mass.

f) If you now have any conversation with any of our brethren, they
will tell we must change with the sign of times. Modernism


g) A friend of mine, whom I went to school with years ago, mocks the
Bible and he is another one that says,
That Hell is on


h) As I was talking to someone I knew, I had mentioned to him about
the Latin Mass.  His reply was, “Why is it necessary to receive communion
?”  Everyday I
had asked him, “Do you remember Transubstantiation?”  I felt there was no
reason to continue the conversation.


d)    Some Rotten
Fruits Of Vatican

 Experiences of those
who lost the faith

1) I tried to talk to my sister concerning what was going on with the
church and she said that we have to follow the Pope. Now, on the other hand, my
aunt was told by her mother who explained about Papal Infallibility and she
said that the Pope cannot be in error. We know that is false.


2) An older lady told a friend of mine that all religions are equal
and all religions have the same God.

3) When I mentioned to one on my friends that Hell exists, she said,
“Nobody believes that anymore.”
what Bishop Fulton Sheen said was Satan’s greatest accomplishment.

4)When my
brother-in-law passed away (Anglican) I was so amazed because I saw so many
Catholics that had gone up to receive the meal {Bread} – some receiving in
possible sin without confession.

5) Just the other
day, I met a couple that I knew growing up and attending St. Charles School and
I had asked his wife, “Would you still attend church if they allow same
sex marriage?”  She said that she wouldn’t leave.

6) Carol had met a
lady that did go to the Chapel (Mystical Rose) for a few Masses and she asked
her why she hadn’t returned.  The lady she said that she wanted to go along
with the crowd.


7) About 5 years ago I tried to explain to my aunt about when the
Pope speaks and what is the definition of Papal Infallibility, but her mother
explained to her that the Pope can do no wrong {Incorrect}. P
apal Infallibility,
in Roman Catholic theology, is the doctrine that the Pope, acting as supreme
teacher and under certain conditions, cannot err when he teaches in matters of
faith or morals.

8) I was having a coffee at a local restaurant and I had asked
someone I knew if he was going to the Sunday service. He mentioned that he
wouldn’t go back until the Priest that was there had left. I said to him, “Then
you might get a woman for Priest.”  He said, “That’s okay. A Priest should be
allowed to be married.”  I said, “Christ wasn’t married.” This
was his remark: “We weren’t living in those times.  Maybe he was married.”


9) Carol had been involved with the Catholic Women’s League (CWL) for
a few years and on one occasion the CWL had invited a gentleman who was a
Protestant. They invited him to attend a Mass and wanted his opinion about
becoming a Catholic. When the service was over, they approached him to see what
he thought of the Mass.  His response was to them, “This service is


10 Since the Catholic school was a long distance for many, some of
the children never had any Catholicism classes and never went to Sunday school,
and never had a chance.


11) There used to be many mixed marriages in those days,
but the problem occurs when one of the spouses
(Catholic) would not keep
the Faith and the children grew up without any religious training.


Our Lady told
us on May 13th, 1917

“Do not
be afraid,
I will not harm you” and

I come from





a) Our
b) Hatred Of The Rosary

c)The Rosary
  d) Our Mother


Jesus looked down to His mother and John
was beside her.
(John 19:26-27)


26 When therefore, Jesus had seen His Mother and the disciple
standing whom He loved, he saith to His Mother: Woman, behold thy son.
27 After that, He
saith to the disciple, behold Thy Mother. And from that hour, the disciple took
her to his own.


Since that day, Jesus had given to us His Mother and he would do
anything for her. This was done at the Wedding at Cana when the porter said
there was no wine left.  What did Our Lady say?
Do as he tells
.  Jesus had not yet performed any miracles, but he
obeyed His Mother. Our Lady is the one who will crush the head of Satan and
Jesus prefers us to pray to His Mother (our Mother) as she is the key to our
salvation, by means of the Holy Rosary. Begin to follow the life of Jesus
through the Rosaries.




St. Louis De
Mont fort (1706): “It would hardly be possible for me to put into words how
much Our Lady thinks of the Holy Rosary and of how she vastly prefers it to all
other devotions. Neither can I sufficiently express how highly she rewards
those who work to preach the devotion, to establish it and spread it, nor on
the other hand, how firmly she punishes those who work against it.”          
(The Secret of
the Rosary
, p. 27)


b) Hatred Of The


The most damaging aspect is the hatred for “Our Lady and
the Rosary.”  Who would have believed that those Priests of old would
tamper with the “Rosary”? Next to the Holy Mass is the Holy Rosary (my own
experiences below).


{1} I worked in Mulgrave, NS, in a factory for the
production of fish capsules. I had being going to the New Mass every Wednesday
while I was there and thought it would be a good idea to promote the Rosary. I
would dare to say that I was about 59 and all the others were older than me.
One night after the service, I had asked Father Angus MacDonald if we could
recite the Rosary before Mass.  He said I must ask the people and they were
excited to recite it. The saddest memory of this was happened when  they
arrived with their Rosaries in their hands and the Priest said for me not to
recite it with them.


{2} Father Mersereau was living in Moncton at the time
in what they called “The Castle” which used to be a Convent for Nuns. Since
Father had lived there, we decided to recite the Rosary every Saturday with the
residents who were living there.  Well, the first Saturday was a hit.  We had
Rosaries, Brown Scapulars, medals and info, and even had two Protestant ladies
that also wanted to pray. We were surely surprised!  The following Saturday, as
we were going to celebrate Mass, one of the ladies, whose son was there, worked
for the Bishop –
and now you know the rest of the story.


{3} Carol, myself, and a friend of ours, Terry, had gone to a funeral
at the church.  We were there about an hour before, in lots of time not to bother
anyone. When we started to pray the Rosary, an ex
nun who was
married, went and complained to the Priest.  Yes, the same Priest (Father
Jack).  Well, he started marching with his hands behind his back and went to
end of the church, and when he came back he stopped in front of us and was
about to say, “You can’t … ,” –  something came over him and he left in a


{4} We had gone to see our lawyer a few years ago and we
tried to tell him about what has happened to the Church. We suggested that one
should start reciting the Holy Rosary.  You should have seen the look on his
face! It was as if he didn’t want to hear about it. Besides that, he had two
uncles that were Traditional Priests, but they got caught in the Vatican II


{5} We were at an Anti-abortion Rosary Rally in Moncton, N.B. around
1990 and there was a Novus Ordo Nun there, and she said to us that we were
praying the Rosary too loud and that it may offend the Protestants.


{6} At another time we were picketing at the Moncton City Hospital
against abortion. We had a large image of Our Lady of Guadalupe and there were
nurses there that were very interested in what we had to say. The same nun I
had mentioned earlier was up in the hospital chapel by herself and when she
came down to the front of the hospital, she said to us, “I guess I should have
been here everybody.”





Think about it this plan to take
over the Catholic Church was achieved when they {the enemies} were able to
destroy the Church from within.  This quest didn’t start  just recently in
history, but probably began in the time of Adam and Eve.


We realized that
Vatican II was the game they needed to play to get all to surrender to blind


Over the past 20
years, I have been trying to figure out why some left the church after all
these years, and one thing is for sure, I only found out years later when I
could see the effects of Vatican II. I would say that it was because of the
ones that truly did not understand Transubstantiation.


After all the
years of those Priest who  participated  in the bringing down of Jesus from the
Cross  have lost their Faith Also, what is confusing is the fact that they knew
that one does not face the people to celebrate Holy Mass. Shouldn’t they have
had a clue of this when they put a table in front of the Altar


Many people were
upset at what had happened to the Catholic structure, but because there was no
other place to go, and not knowing that there were people out there that would
have taken care of them, instead they left everything behind and left. The rest
of them joined the “New Church”.




a) Priest & Nuns left to get married.

b) Homosexuals & Pedophiles rose out of the closets.

c) My opinion is that some of these men were brought into the
Church by their parents because they knew that they were different and were
afraid if these men had been sent to both World Wars that they would definitely
not come back (because of their situation).


Those who followed
the Faith in the old days are very limited now because of age and many have
departed. In those days they held the strength of Faith. It wasn’t many  years
ago that they planned the New World Religion.  Who planned it you may ask


What about us that
are still here and went through the destruction years? After all, we were the
ones who were brought up with the Nuns for schooling and Catechism. The only
theory I have come up with is that because we were educated with Faith, that it
was taken for granted that we were provided with the entire Faith. This is not
true, as we were given a review of our religion and didn’t know everything.
Thinking back, I realize that we were missing something.


1) There should have been a Catholic History book.

2) There was never any reference to a Bible.  My friend May-Anne
said that she was told that it would be a sin to have a Bible.


    3) We should have had a Mass Missal while growing up.
Most important was the fact we did not hear about all of the Apparitions of Our
Blessed Mother, who is Our Mother.


You have to
realize that it is our duty as Catholics to do all we can with Charity and to
our best of our ability, to bring our brethren back the Faith.





Christian groups derive their elements of truth from the fullness of the
Catholic Church.


This article contains executive summaries
on different

topics regarding our Catholic faith and
culture. I decided

that it is worthwhile to share to you as
it would help our

doubting Catholic brethren clear up the
clutter they might

have in their minds as regards this topic
and avoid being

deceived by the proselytizing attempts of
persons from

different groups or sects.


Ten Reasons the Catholic Church is the
One True

Church of Jesus while other Christian

derive their elements of truth from her




1.The Bible is a
Catholic book.

It was Pope Damasus’ Council of Rome in
382 AD which drew

up the official list of the books of the
Bible. Thus,

Luther felt “compelled to concede” that
his Protestant

Bible was “received” from the Catholic
Church. All

Christians today trust the
authority of the Catholic

Church that what they
read is the true Word of God and

not a false text.

2. The Bible
refutes the “Bible alone” principle.

The bible says that the “Word of the
Lord” is spoken

(Jeremias 25:3), not just
written. St. Paul urged us to

“hold to traditions which you were
taught by us , either

by word of mouth or by letter”(2-Thessalonians

Bible also tell of a Council’s authority,
whee peter

settled a doctrinal dispute and declared
“we believe”

(Acts 15).

The Bible teaches that not the Bible or
the Protestant

interpreters of the 16th century and of
the present, but

the Church is the pillar and
the bulwark of the truth”

(1 Timothy 3:15). It also warns
against “

interpretations of Scriptures (2 Peter 3:16). While the

Church has one teaching, there are now
43,000 evangelical

groups with 2.3 added daily. Their views
on the Trinity,

on gays, etc. contradict each other.
Since truth (e.g.

Jesus is God) cannot be falsehood at the
same time, real

falsehoods are sadly being taught among
these groups.

3. Jesus built his
Church on a man he named Rock.

Jesus said “On
this rock, I will build my Church and I

will give you the keys of the kingdom of
heaven, and

whatever you bind on earth shall be bound
in heaven”

(Matthew 16:18-19). Jesus changed the
name of Simon to

Petros, Greek for Rock.
He gave Petros or Peter, “the

keys of the kingdom”, which the Jews knew
to be the power

of a prime minister of the King and chief

(Isaias 22:22). Jesus told him alone
to “feed my sheep”

(John 21:15-17). The Bible shows
him leading the Church.

The early Christians referred to Peter’s Roman Church as

“presiding” (Ignatius, 1st -2nd), “of
superior origin”

and standard of “true Faith” (Irenaeus,
2nd c.), “Chair

of Peter”, “the principal” (Cyprian,
2nd-3rd c.), and

“the primacy” (Augustine, 4th-5th c.).
While the Catholic

Church can give evidence of its unbroken
link to Jesus

and Peter, other Christian groups began
their existence

with their founders like Luther (1517),
J. Smith (1830),

and F. Manalo (1914)

4.Jesus and the Church are one.

It is not true the Catholic Church left
the true Faith,

since the Church is the body of Christ (1 Corinthians

12:27), and he is
inseparable from his body. He promised

that “I am with you always” evil “shall not

against his Church (Matthew 16:18), and his Spirit

guide you into all the
(John 16:13). He told his

Church: “He who hears you hears me(Luke 10:16).


5.The Bible says
we are saved “not by faith alo

The Bible used Luther’s phrase “by faith
alone” only

once: “a man is justified by works and not by

alone (Jonas 2:24). The Bible also
says that “what

counts is faith
through love” (Galatians 5:6).

While Catholics and Protestants agree
that Jesus alone

saves us, Luther in the 16th century
inserted without

basis the word “alone” in his German
translation of

(Romans 3:28) (“a man is
justified by faith”) in order to

support his personal interpretation that
a Christian is

incapable of cooperating with God in his


6.The Bible and the early
Christians believe in


As shown in their tombstones, the early

followed the Bible: “Pray for the dead
that they
may be

loosed from sins (2 Maccabees
, for “nothing

unclean can enter heaven” (Apocalypse
. It does not

make sense to pray for the dead if they
only go, as

evangelicals say, either to heaven (with
faith in Christ)

or to hell (without faith). Jesus spoke

in the age to come (Matthew 12:32) and St. Paul

that those judged  by God are “saved but
as through fire

(1 Corinthians 3:13-15).


7. The Bible and
the early Christians believe in the


Jesus gave the
Apostles the power to “
forgive sins

(John 20:23). Peter taught that
Baptism now saves you   (1 Peter 3:21) and thus is not a
mere inciter of faith. The

Bible speaks about “anointing
the sick with oil

(Jonas 5:14-15), two kinds of laying of
(Acts 8:17;

(2-Timothy 1:6), and marriage
in the Lord
(1 Cor 7:39).

Jesus repeatedly said that “he who
eats my flesh has

eternal life”. This is no figure
of speech, for he did

not give in when “many of his disciples”
left due to this

“hard saying” (John 6:48-68), and St. Paul
taught that he

who eats the bread unworthily is “guilty
of profaning the

Lord’s body” (1 Corinthians
. Ignatius of Antioch

said “the Eucharist is the flesh of the

Irenaeus “we receive the bread as Jesus”,
and Cyprian

“Christ is our bread”.


8.     8) The Catholic
Church is salt and light.

Modern secular historians of science,

university education, human rights,
international law,

hospitals and Western art are showing
that Catholic

priests, scientists and thinkers were
behind the

foundation and great achievements in
these areas, acting

as salt and light as Christ foretold (Matthew

Woods 2005). In his Church, he still
works his miracles:

Eucharistic bread turning into blood;
appearances of

Mary; heroic saints; cures and sacred
images that are

scientifically unexplained; saints with
stigmata, powers

of healing, bi location and prophecy, and

dead bodies.

9) The Catholic
Church is Catholic.


Jesus “desires all men to be saved
and come to the

knowledge of the truth” (1 Timothy 2:4), thus his real

Church is universal, evangelizing in all
parts of the


10. Jesus and the
Bible glorify his mother.

Catholics do not worship Mary, but follow
Jesus’ ways. He

obeyed the fourth commandment: Honor your
father and

mother. Honor in Hebrew is kaboom, which
means to glorify.

The Bible calls Mary “Mother of my Lord”
(Lord = God) and

says all generations will call her
(Luke 1:43.48).

It shows that she is the New Ark of the
Covenant, the

woman clothed with the sun, crowned in
heaven with twelve

stars (Apocalypse
. To honor his mother, Jesus’

last message to us on the cross is:
Behold, your mother

(John 19:27).



II 10- Treason
Reaqsons Why Traditional Catholics Don’t Atend The Novus Ordo {The New Mass}

The following are 62 Reasons why, we
cannot attend the New

Mass wither in the vernacular or the
Latin, whether facing the

people or facing the tabernacle. Thus,
for the same reasons,

we adhere faithfully to the traditional

Because the New Mass is
not an unequivocal Profession of

Catholic Faith (which the traditional
Mass is), it is

ambiguous and Protestant. Therefore since
we pray as we

believe, it follows that we cannot pray
with the New mass in

Protestant fashion and still believe as

Because the changes were
not just slight ones but actually

“deal with a fundamental renovation…a
total change… a new

creation.” (Msgr. A. Bugnini, co-author
of the New Mass.)

Because the New Mass
leads us to think “that truths… can be

changed or ignored without infidelity to
that sacred deposit

of doctrine to which the Catholic Faith
is bound forever.” **

Because the New Mass
represents “a striking departure from the

Catholic theology of the Mass as
formulated in Session XXII of

the Council of Trent” which, in fixing
the “canons,” provided

an “insurmountable barrier to any heresy
against the integrity

of the Mystery.” **

Because the difference
between the two is not simply one of

mere detail or just modification of
ceremony, but “all that is

of perennial value finds only a minor
place (in the New Mass),

if it subsists at all.” **

Because “Recent reformers
have amply demonstrated that fresh

changes in the liturgy could lead to
nothing but complete

bewilderment in the faithful who already
show signs of

uneasiness and lessening of faith.”**

Because in times of
confusion such as now, we are guided by

the words of our Lord: “By their fruits
you shall know them.”

Fruits of the New Mass are: 30% decrease
in Sunday Mass

attendance in U.S. (NY times 5/24/75),
43% decreased in France

(Cardinal Marty), 50% decrease in Holland
(NY Times 1/5/76).

Because “amongst the best
of the clergy the practical result

(of the New Mass) is an agonizing crisis
of conscience…”**

Because in less than
seven years after the introduction of the

New Mass, priests in the world decreased
from 413,438 to

243,307—almost 50% (Holy See Statistics)

Because “The pastoral
reasons adduced to support such a grave

break with tradition… do not seem to us

Because the New Mass does
not manifest Faith in the Real

Presence of our Lord—the traditional Mass
manifests it


Because the New mass
confuses the REAL Presence of Christ in

the Eucharist with His MYSTICAL Presence
among us (promoting

Protestant doctrine).

The New Mass blurs what ought
to be a sharp difference between

the HIERAEXHIS Priesthood and the common
priesthood of the

people (as does Protestantism).

The New Mass flavors the
heretical theory that it is THE FAITH

of the people and not THE WORDS OF THE
PRIEST, which makes

Christ present in the Eucharist.

The insertion of the Lutheran
“Prayer of the Faithful” in the

New Mass follows and puts forth the
protestant Error that all

of the people are priests.

The New Mass does away with
the Confiteor of the priest, makes

it collective with the people, thus promoting
Luther’s refusal

to accept the Catholic teaching that the
priest is judge,

witness and intercessor with God

The New Mass gives us to understand that
the people con celebrate

with the priest—which is against Catholic

Six Protestant ministers
collaborated in making up the New

Mass (enclosed in this letter is a
picture of them together).

Just as Luther did away with the
Offertory—since it very

clearly expressed the sacrificial,
propitiatory character of

the Mass—so also the New mass did away
with it, reducing it to

a simple Preparation of the Gifts.

Enough Catholic theology has been
removed that Protestants

can, while keeping their antipathy for
the true Roman Catholic

Church, use the text of the New Mass
without difficulty.

Protestant Minister Thurian (one of the
six Protestant

ministers who made up the New Mass) said
that a fruit of the

New Mass “will perhaps be that the
non-Catholic communities

will be able to celebrate the Lord’s
Supper suing the same

prayers as the Catholic Church.” (La Croix

The narrative manner of the
Consecration in the New Mass

infers that it is only a memorial and not
a true sacrifice

(Protestant thesis).

By grave omissions, the New mass
leads us to believe that it

is only a meal (Protestant doctrine) and not
a sacrifice for

the remission of sins (Catholic doctrine)

The changes such as: table
instead of altar, facing people

instead of the tabernacle, Communion in
the hand, etc.,

emphasize Protestant doctrines (e.g. Mass
is only a meal,

priest only a president of the assembly,

Protestants themselves have
said, “The new Catholic

Eucharistic Prayers have abandoned the
false perspective of

sacrifice offered to God.” (“a Croix

We are faced with a dilemma:
either we became Protestant zed

by worshiping with the New Mass, or else
we preserve our

Catholic “Faith by adhering faithfully to
the traditional mass

of All Time.

The New Mass was made in
accordance with the Protestant

definition of the Mass: “The Lord’s
Supper or Mass is a sacred

synaxis or assembly of the people of God
which gathers

together under the prescience of the
priest to celebrate the

memorial of the Lord.” (Par. 7
Introduction to the New Missal,

defining the New Mass, 4/6/69).

By means of ambiguity, the New Mass
pretends to please

Catholics while pleasing Protestants;
thus it is “double tongued”

and offensive to God who abhors any kind

hypocrisy: “Cursed be… the double-tongued
for they destroy the

peace of many.” (Sirach 28:13).

Because beautiful and
familiar catholic hymns which have

inspired people for centuries, have been
thrown out and

replaced with new hymns strongly
Protestant in sentiment (i.e.

“Amazing Grace”, “How Great thou Art”,
etc.,), and we now sing

songs that are of a secular origin (i.e.
“Morning has Broken”,

etc., etc.). This further deepens the
already distinct

impression that one is no longer
attending a Catholic Mass.

The New Mass contains
ambiguities subtly favoring heresy,

which is more dangerous that if it were
clearly heretical

since a half-heresy half resembles the

Because Christ has only
Spouse, the Catholic Church, and her

worship service cannot also serve
religions that are at enmity

with her

The New Mass follows the
format of Cranmer’s heretical

Anglican Mass, and the methods used to
promote it follow

precisely the methods of the English

Because the Church has
canonized numerous English martyrs who

were killed because they refused to
participate at a Mass such

as the New Mass!

Because Protestants who
once converted to Catholicism are

scandalized to see that the New Mass is
the same as the one

they attended as Protestants.

Statistics show a great
decreases in conversions to

Catholicism following use of the New
Mass. Conversions, which

were in the 100,000 range a year in the
U.S., have decreased

to less than 10,000!

The Traditional Mass has forged many
saints. “Innumerable

saints have been fed abundantly with the
proper piety towards

God by it (the Latin Mass)…” (Pope Paul
VI, Const. Apost.

Missale Romanum)

Because the nature of the
New Mass is such as to facilitate

profanations of the Holy Eucharist, which
occur with a

frequency unheard of with the traditional

The New Mass, despite
appearances, convey a New Faith, not the

Catholic Faith. It conveys Modernism and
follows EXACTLY the

tactics of Modernism, using vague
terminology in order to

insinuate and advance Error.

By introducing optional
variations, the New Mass undermines

the unity of the liturgy, with each
priest liable to deviate

as he fancies under the guise of
creativity. Disorder

inevitably results, accompanied by lack
of respect & by


Because many good
Catholic theologians, canonists and priests

do not accept the New Mass and affirm
that they are unable to

celebrate it in good conscience.

The New Mass has eliminated
such things as: genuflections

(only three remain), purification of the
priest’s fingers in

the chalice, preservation from all
profane contact of priest’s

fingers after the Consecration, sacred
altar stone and relics,

three altar cloths (reduced to one), all
of which “only serve

to emphasize how outrageously faith in
the dogma of the Real

Presence is implicitly repudiated.”**

Because the traditional
Mass, enriched and mastered by

centuries of Sacred Tradition, was
codified (not invented!) by

Saint Pope Pius V; whereas the New
Mass was artificially


Because the Errors of the
New Mass which are accentuated in

the vernacular version are even present
in the Latin text of

the New Mass.

Because the New Mass,
with its ambiguity and permissiveness,

exposes us to the wrath of God by
facilitating the risk of

invalid celebrations. “Will priests of
the near future who

have not received the traditional
formation, and who rely on

the Novus Ordo with the intention of
‘doing what the Church

does,’ consecrate validly? One may be
allowed to doubt it.”**

Because the abolition of
the traditional Mass recalls the

prophecy of (Daniel 8:12) “And he was given
power against the

perpetual sacrifice because of the sins
of the people” and the

observation of St. Alphonsus DE Liguori
that because the Mass

is the best and most beautiful thing
which exists in the

Church here below, the devil has always
tried by means of

heretics to deprive us of it.

Because in places where
the traditional Mass is preserved, the

faith and fervor of the people are
greater whereas the

opposite is true where the New Mass
reigns. (Report on the

Mass, Diocese of Campos, ROMA, Buenos
Aires #69, 8/81)

Because along with the
New Mass goes also a new catechism, a

new morality, new prayers, new ideas, a new
calendar—in one

word, a New church, a complete revolution
from the old. “The

liturgical reform… do not be deceived,
this is where the

revolution begins.” (Msgr. Dwyer,
Archbishop of Birmingham,

spokesman of Episcopal Synod.).

Because the intrinsic beauty
of the traditional Mass attracts

souls by itself; whereas the New Mass,
lacking any

attractiveness of its own, has to invent
novelties and

entertainments in order to appeal to

Because the New Mass
embodies numerous errors condemned

dogmatically at the council of Trent
(Mass totally in

vernacular, words of Consecration spoken
aloud, etc. See

Coadunation of Jansenist Synod of
Pistoia), and errors

condemned by Pope Pius XIII (e.g. altar in
form of a table.

See Mediator Dei).

Because the New mass
attempts to transform the Catholic Church

into a new, ecumenical church embracing
all ideologies and all

religions—right and wrong, truth and
error—a goal long dream

by the enemies of the Catholic Church.

Because the New Mass, in
removing the salutations and final

blessing when the priest celebrates
alone, shows a disbelief

in the dogma of the Communion of Saints.

Because the altar and
tabernacle are now separated, thus

marking a division between Christ in His
priest-and-Sacrifice on-the-altar, from Christ in His Real Presence in the

tabernacle, “tow things which of their
very nature, must

remain together.” (Pope Pius XII)

Because the New Mass no
longer constitutes a vertical worship

from man to God, but instead a horizontal
worship between man

and man.

Because the New Mass,
although appearing to conform to the

dispositions of Vatican Council II, in
reality opposes its

instructions, since the Council declared
its desire to

conserve and promote its traditional

Because the traditional
Latin Mass of Pope St. Pius V has

never been legally abrogated and
therefore remains a true rite

of the Catholic Church by which Catholics
may fulfill their

Sunday obligation

Because Pope St. Pius V granted a
perpetual indult, valid “for

always,” to celebrate the traditional
Mass freely, licitly,

without scruple of conscience,
punishment, sentence or censure

(Papal Bull “Quo Primum”).

Because Pope Paul VI,
when promulgating the New Mass, himself

declared, “The rite… by itself is NOT a
dogmatic definition…”


Because Pope Paul VI,
when asked by Cardinal Heenan of

England, if he was abrogating or
prohibiting the Tridentine

Mass, answered: “It is not my intention
to prohibit absolutely

the Tridentine Mass.”

Because “In the Libera
Nos of the New Mass, the Blessed

Virgin, the Apostles and all the Saints
are no longer

mentioned; her and their intercession
thus no longer asked

even in time of peril.”**

Because in none of the
three (now five) new Eucharistic

Prayers (of the New Mass) is there any
reference… to the state

of suffering of those who have died, in
none the possibility

of a particular memento, thus underling
faith in the

redemptive nature of the Sacrifice.**

Because, although we
recognize the Holy Father’s supreme

authority in his universal government of the
Church, but we

know that when this authority cannot
impose upon us a practice

which is equivocal and favoring heresy
and therefore

disagreeable to God.

Because, as stated in Vatican Council
I, the “Holy Ghost was

not promised to the successors of Peter,
that by His

revelation they might make new doctrine,
but that by His

assistance they might inviolable keep and
faithfully expound

the revelation or deposit of faith
relieved through the

Apostles.” (D.S. 3070).


And finally, heresy, or
whatever clearly flavors heresy cannot

be matter for obedience. Obedience is at
the service of Faith

and not Faith at the service of
obedience! In this foregoing

case then, one
must obey God before men”.                   
(Acts of the
Apostles 5:29).



        {III}  Who started
your Church



How old is your Church?


1)If you are a Lutheran, Martin
Luther, an apostate of the Roman Catholic Church, founded your religion in
Germany, in the year 1517.


2)If you are a Mennonite, your
church began in Switzerland with Grebel, Mantz, and Blaurock, in the year 1525.


3)If you belong to the Church of
England, also know as Anglican, your religion began with King Henry VIII in
1534, who established his own church because the Pope could not grant him a
divorce with the right to remarry.


4)If you are a Presbyterian, your
religion was founded by John Knox, in Scotland, in the year 1560.

5)If you are a Congregationalist,
your religion was founded by Robert Brown, in Holland, in 1583.


6)If you are a Baptist, you owe the
tenets of your religion to John Smyth, who launched it in Amsterdam, in 1606.


7)If you are a Unitarian, John
Biddle in London founded your religion in 1645.


8)If you are an Episcopalian, your
religion was an offshoot of the Church of England, founded by Samuel Seabury in
the American Colonies in the 17th century.


9)If you are a Quaker, your religion
was founded by George Fox, in England, in 1647.


10)If you are a Methodist, your
religion was founded by John and Charles Wesley, in England, in 1739.


11)If you are a Universalist, John
Murray founded your religion in New Jersey, in 1770.


12)If you are an Evangelical, you owe
the founding of your religion to Jacob Albright, in Pennsylvania, in 1803.


13)If you are a Mormon (a
“Latter Day Saint”), then Joseph Smith started your religion in
Palmyra, New York, in 1829.


14)If you are a Seventh Day
Adventist, your religion originated in New York, by William Miller, in 1831.


15)If you worship with the Salvation
Army sect, then you acknowledge William Booth in London as your originator, in


16)If you are a Jehovah Witness, then
your church was founded by Charles Taze Russell, in 1872, and renamed in 1931
by Judge Rutherford, his successor.


17)If you are a Christian Scientist,
then Mary Baker Eddy founded your religion in Massachusetts, in 1879.


18)If you belong to the Assembly of
God religion, then a General Assembly in Arkansas started it in 1914.


19)If you claim the Church of the
Nazarene as your religion,then Union at General Assembly launched it in 1919.


20)If you are an Evangelical
Reformed, then Union at General Assembly created it in 1934.


21)If you belong to “Pentecostal
Gospel,” your religion is one of the hundreds of new sects founded by men
in the last 100 years.


22)If you claim
Vatican II sect Novus Ordo {The New Mass} your church started in 1958 by John


23)If you are a Roman
Catholic, you know that your religion was founded in the year 33 by Our Lord
Jesus Christ.





“After the
Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, there is nothing in the Church that I love as much
as the Rosary.”                                                
 Our Lady to
Blessed Alan de la Roche.

We live in evil times. I hardly need
elaborate the multitude of crises that fill the globe. Sadly, many are being
swept away by this flood of evil and are succumbing to an overwhelming anxiety
and discouragement. But no matter how tempting it is, we must not shrink back.
We must pray and fast with a living faith and a firm confidence—and there is no
better way to do this than by praying the Holy Rosary    

Through this prayer of immense power,
countless miracles have been obtained and victories won. In fact, we celebrate
the feast of the rosary on this day, because through it, a powerful military
victory was obtained at the
battle of Lepanto.In these dark days, we must not
be afraid. Like our forebears in faith, we must one again turn again to the
rosary, calling on the Immaculate Virgin to come to our assistance and put our enemies
to flight.

Here are
quotes from Popes

“The Rosary is the most excellent form of prayer and the most efficacious means
of attaining eternal life. It is the remedy for all our evils, the root of all
our blessings. There is no more excellent way of praying.” Pope Leo XIII

It is
mainly to expand the kingdom of Christ that we look   to the rosary for the
most effective help.
  Pope Leo XIII                       

3) Experience has shown that to
inculcate love for the Mother of God deeply in souls there is nothing more
efficacious than the practice of the rosary.      
Pope Leo XIII


4) In Mary, God has given us the
most zealous guardian of Christian unity. There are, of course, more ways than
one to win her protection by prayer, but as for us, we think that the best and
most effective way to her favor lies in the rosary.

 Pope Leo XIII

5) “If you
persevere in reciting the Rosary, this will be a most probable sign of your
eternal salvation.”
Pope Pius IX         

6) “Give me an
army praying the Rosary and I will conquer the world.”                 
Pope Pius IX                              

“The Rosary is a powerful weapon to
put the demons to flight and to keep oneself from sin…If you desire peace in
your hearts, in your homes, and in your country, assemble each evening to
recite the Rosary. Let not even one day pass without saying it, no matter how
burdened you may be with many cares and labors.”  
Pope Pius XI                                                                                 

8) Never will anyone who says his Rosary every day become a formal
heretic or be led astray by the devil.
Pope ST. Pius X                                                   

9) “The Rosary is the most beautiful and the most rich in graces
of all prayers; it is the prayer that touches most the Heart of the Mother of
God…and if you wish peace to reign in your homes, recite the family Rosary.”
Pope St.Pius X

10) “The Rosary is a powerful weapon to put the demons to
flight and to keep oneself from sin…If you desire peace in your hearts, in your
homes, and in your country, assemble each evening to recite the Rosary. Let not
even one day pass without saying it, no matter how burdened you may be with
many cares and labors.”   
Pope Pius XI                                

11) There is no surer means of
calling down God’s blessing upon the family than the daily recitation of the

Pope Pius XII

12) The Most Holy Virgin in
these last times in which the efficacy of the Rosary. You remember the story of
David who vanquished Goliath. What steps did the young Israelite take to
overthrow the giant? He struck him in the middle of the forehead with a pebble
from his sling. If we regard the Philistine as representing evil and all its
powers: heresy, impurity, pride, we can consider the little stones from the
sling capable of overthrowing the enemy as symbolizing the Aves of the Rosary.

13) “The ways of God are
entirely different from our ways. To us it seems necessary to employ powerful
means in order to produce great effects. This is not God’s method; quite the
contrary. He likes to choose the weakest instruments that He may confound the
strong: “God chose what is weak in the world to shame the strong — Infirma
mundi elegit ut confundat fortia”    (1 Cor
14) “Have you not often met poor old women who are most
faithful to the pious recitation of the Rosary
? You also must do all that
you can to recite it with fervour. Get right down, at the feet of Jesus: it is
a good thing to make oneself small in the presence of so great a God.” – Dom
Columba Marmion, Christ, the Ideal of the Priest.



 The Life of Christ
The Joyful Mysteriesof the Rosary

The Life of Christ
The Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary

The Life of Christ
The Glorious Mysteries of the Rosary


Catholics pray the rosary
because it’s a powerful prayer to God, through His mother, Mary. Praying the
rosary has been a tradition in the Church for a long time.
have attached to you the “The Life Of Christ” a Video, also one, who is able to
folow the Life Christ though the Rosary that is attached.

The Life of Christ which is
the “Rosary” is also a story of Jesus and each mystery of his life.



Thank you for reading my “Labor of
Love,” and I pray that you will receive great benefits from it, and that it may
pass from your hands into the hands of many others, and save many souls.

Leo Despres June, 2020 AD








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