Defective Church is Necessary Conclusion From Ferrara and Friends' Recent Gallican "Opposition" to Bergolian Modernist Apostasy "in" the Church. In this lecture, Ferrara cites Cardinal Ratzinger as admitting that Paul VI "banned"the Traditional Roman Mass.
Where did that Holy, Immaculate, Unspotted Bride of Christ Go?
Dr. Chojnowski: The topic of "traditional Catholic" "opposition" to the obvious apostasy which has been unfolding in Rome over the past 60 years must no longer be overlooked. The Pachamama idolatry of Francis and the bishops and clergy and faithful of the Novus Ordo New Religion is obvious, MANIFEST --- it seems like the very word was made for this occasion --- and clear in its implications to any one with even a basic knowledge of the Catholic Religion, whether Catholic in belief or not. Worshipping idols is the OPPOSITE of the Catholic Religion --- St. Boniface, cut down that tree!
What is confusing in these times, is not the obvious apostasy in Rome and throughout the Novus Ordo church, this was even clear to Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre in 1987, when he said that "Rome has lost the faith" and "Rome is in apostasy." What is "disorienting" is that the "official opposition." I say this because I find it strange that bishops and cardinals, who could easily be replaced or officially silenced, as were innumerable conservatives after Vatican II, are allowed to participate in the "opposition" to the public policy and actions of the current occupants of the Vatican. Is it because, as we see in this lecture by Chris Ferrara, the "opposition" to the Modernism is preaching, well, much the same heresy that is coming out the the mouths of the worshippers of Pachamama. To harsh a statement? No, because both the Modernists and their Gallican "opponents" are two sides of the same coin. Most fundamentally, both say that the Catholic Church is defective. Whereas, the Modernists say that doctrine is merely an expression of the moving consciousness of the faithful and that the leadership of the Church must catch up to the new consciousness of the egalitarian, eco-friendly faithful in the 21st century --- all of this, without the idea that the hierarchy of the Catholic Church is preserving and proclaiming, untarnished, the pure and unsullied deposit of faith, the absolute infallibility and inerrancy of this guardianship being guaranteed by the Holy Ghost, the "opposition," very much expressed by the most recent lecture of Chris Ferrara in Poland, says that the people, just a better and more conservative set of people, must articulate the true faith in the face of the official teaching and actions of a Catholic hierarchy that has officially taught error, instituted defective and deleterious rites --- and banned the ones established by Jesus Christ through the Catholic Church -- sought to overturn, officially, the very Natural Law itself, and which has engaged in the "institutional backsliding" that requires laymen at organized conferences, organized without the say-so of the magisterial authority recognized by Chris Ferrara and the Fatima Center itself, in order to bring the hierarchy and the pope back to the Faith; the faith of the people --- the right sort of people of course, not the grass skirted ones running around St. Peter's worshipping idols and not the ones occupying at these events the episcopal and papal seats. According to Ferrara's view, we are all in the Church, but we express the true faith and they do not. But one day the hierarchy will catch up with OUR FAITH and belief and be in the right. So the Catholic Church is made up of people struggling over the question of who holds the Faith. What happened to the teaching Church and the listening, believing Church? What happened to the Church, period? In the scrum, has everyone lost the ball? I think, when it comes to which ever team we are speaking of in the Novus Ordo conciliar church, the answer is, yes. The true and Catholic faith has popped out of the scrum and the teams are only interested, not in the lost ball, but in pushing on each other.
To prove what I am saying here, with regard to what can be labelled the "Gallican" opposition to the Modernist apostates, I will cite a recent lecture by Chris Ferrara in Poland entitled, "The Third Secret and the Crisis in the Church," which was posted on November 28, 2019.
Here are selections from Chris Ferrara's lecture posted above:
Starting off with the topic of "apostasy in the Church," the now well known quote from Cardinal Ciappi is mentioned, in which he speaks of the Third Secret as being about, "The Apostasy in the Church will come from the very top." This "apostasy" is, as opposed to heresy, a "total repudiation of the Catholic Faith."
Where can we find this apostasy and how did it manifest itself first? Ferrara rejects Msgr. Pozzo's claim that there was a "paraconciliar ideology" which brought about the faithlessness that you find in the Church today. Ferrara also cites Cardinal Ratzinger, who stated that the problems in the Church stem from the "Council of the Media," whereas the "Real Council had difficulty establishing itself."
Against this view of the archbishop and the cardinal, Ferrara, "Begs to differ." Here he insists that it was the Vatican II Council itself that was responsible for the "novelties" [notice not "heresies"] that would ultimately produce the Frankenchurch of today. The "novelties" --- that, to perhaps dissuade us from thinking them serious heresies, he calls "meaningless" --- are ecumenism, aggiornamento, dialogue, and the liturgical revolution.
Through the "novelty" of ecumenism, Ferrara says that, "the Mission of the Church has been corrupted."
When speaking of the liturgical revolution, he says that Benedict XVI, in his autobiography, said, "I was dismayed by the banning of the old Missal. Since such a thing had not happened before in the entire history of the liturgy. Bannig of the old Missal and the promulgation of the new liturgy has brought about a break in the history of the liturgy." Here, Ferrara cites Ratzinger as saying that the old liturgy "was prohibited."
Concerning the "novelties" found in Amoris Laetitia, Ferrara insists that there is no abiguity in the text, especially in paragraph 303. There Ferrara insists we have a teaching from Francis that is MEANT to undermine the negative precepts of the Natural Law." Ferrara follows up by further indicting Francis by saying, "[His] entire pontificate has been a campaign to overturn that teaching [the indissolubility of marriage].
Finally, when dealing with "the apostasy in the Church," he asks, "Does the pope hold the Christian religion?" Answer Atty. Ferrara gives, "He might."
To cap it all off, he, just like the Modernists of the Vatican, uses the now exposed fake "Sister Lucy" to advance his agenda by citing her as saying, that "the final struggle between God an Satan will be or marriage and the family." In this discussion, he upholds the teaching on marriage as advanced by John Paul II against that of Francis I. The focus is always on teachings dealing with sex in some way. From what we have seen, this is typical of the Neo-Conservative Novus Ordo groups.
Dr. Chojnowski: So, by all the normal means by which the Church taught and proposed things as true and good doctrine, practice, and worship, we have "from the Church" an Ecumenical Council that teachs errors approved by the pope, a pope who tries to undermine and destroy the Natural Law teaching of the Church with regard to marriage and does so in the Acts of the Apostolic See, puts forward a liturgy which is bad and bans the true Mass, hence, worship of the Catholic Church, denies its own mission, which is to convert souls to itself. "The Church" can say A and not A at the same time; or is it that the Church now says "not A" until enough of the "authorities" listen to our speeches and start saying "A" again. Whichever way you turn it, you have a defective Church. In this, the Modernists and the "opposition" Gallicans, agree.