Monday, September 26, 2011

“You’ve rejected Jesus…and you know it!”

A Very Serious Message To Catholics…

If you failed to do what Jesus taught in His one and only Church (the Catholic Church), via his beloved Pope, St. Pius X, to avoid Modernism, then without a doubt, you have rejected your Jesus.

Pope St. Pius X said, as clear as he could in his encyclical Pascendi, “Can anybody…be surprised that we should define it (Modernism) as the synthesis of all heresies?”  He identified Modernism as the MOST DANGEROUS threat to the Catholic Church.  Modernists are in the Catholic laity, and, much more sad, in the ranks of the priesthood itself.

In almost 100 years since his encyclical, nothing has changed. In fact it’s gotten worse, not only in the laity, but amongst the bishops, cardinals, and yes, even the popes---especially the Vatican II antipopes.

The following is a partial list of identifying marks of Modernism, all taken directly from the sainted Pope’s encyclical.

. “Degrade [the Person of the Divine Redeemer] to the condition of a single and ordinary man”.
. “Put into operation their designs for her [the Church’s] undoing, not from without but from within.”
.“Proceed to diffuse poison through the whole tree, so that there is no part of Catholic truth which they leave untouched.”
.“Present their doctrines without order and systematic arrangement, in a scattered and  disjointed  manner.”
.“Embrace and devise novelties even of the most absurd kind.”
. “[Infer] that God can never be the direct object of science.”

. “Both science and history must be atheistic.”
. “Religion is a form of life, [and] the explanation must certainly be found in the life of man.”
. “In the person of Christ…science and history encounter nothing that is human.”
. “Dogmas…stand midway between the believer and his faith, and are usually called symbols.”
. “It is quite impossible to maintain that Dogmas absolutely contain truth.”
. “Dogmas must be, therefore, liable to change.”
.“Dogmas are not only able, but ought to evolve and be changed.”
. “…Every religion, even paganism, must be held to be true.”
. “All existing religions are equally true, for otherwise they would not survive.”
. “The state must be separated from the church. Every Catholic has the right and duty to work for the common good in a way he thinks best, without troubling himself about the authority of the Church.”
. “The Church and the sacraments…are not to be regarded as founded by Christ as the intermediary.”

These are just a few of the heresies on Modernism outlined in Pope St. Pius X’s encyclicals.

Have you not witnessed these heresies---and many, many more?  If Not, then visit St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church in Winter Park, Florida. There you’ll see the headless covering of women receiving “Holy Communion” in the hand administered by women beneath a Cross that excludes the Crucified Body of Jesus and replaced by a Resurrected Jesus.  You’ll see the tabernacle off to the side (in the past it was hidden in the Chapel completely removed from the Church), altars and Communion rails removed along with the removal of many statues of Saints---including the protector of the Catholic Church---St. Michael.  In the Chapel there once hung a Crucifix of Jesus so obnoxious (Jesus’ Body hung twisted and in green color) that public outrage demanded its removal.  Look further, and you’ll see pictures of antipope John Paul II wearing a broken cross, the broken cross that represents the BEAST spoken of in the book of Apocalypse.  These are the results of MODERNISM!

Modernism first became prevalent in the early 20th Century, and Pope Pius X immediately brought the world’s attention to it, condemning it with two encyclicals, (On the Doctrine of Modernism in 1907) and (The Oath Against Modernism in 1910). Today Modernism is very much alive in the Catholic Church. What’s the main culprit? Lukewarm Catholics that refuse to object and speak out.  Pope St. Pius V said: “All the evils of the world are due to lukewarm Catholics.” And St. Catherine of Siena said: “We’ve had enough of exhortations to be silent! Cry out with a hundred thousand tongues. I see that the world is rotten because of silence.”

Any Catholic that should dare to approve of Modernism or participate in it---cannot call themselves Catholic!

The most certain way to abstain from rejecting your Jesus and to rightfully call yourself a Catholic…is to avoid Modernism by staying away from Novus Ordo Masses; daily pray the Rosary; and wear the Brown Scapular.