The Chief Lay Broken Record of the Gallican-wing of the Novus Ordo Church Successfully Recruits Dr. Taylor Marshall to High Church Modernism and Continues to Peddle the "Diabolical Disorientation" Lie of the Fake Sister Lucy.
For the Gallican escape hatch for not facing the Heresies of Vatican II as REAL heresies that either bind or must be militantly rejected --- along with rejecting those who uphold the Vatican II heresies --- see min. 46 into this video. The text quoted seems to give them an out, but read the actual speech by Paul VI below, speaking about the "authority" of the Vatican II documents, and understand the deception propagated by Chris Ferrara and now Dr. Marshall. Spoiler alert: Paul VI certainly does insist that the documents are binding on Catholics as part of the supreme ordinary universal magisterium.
Dr. Chojnowski: I must recall the contents of this video from memory, because I am not going to watch it again, 3 hours and 16 minutes of this sophistry is really not a good expenditure of time; for anyone. If you think it is, I know that you misunderstand the radical nature of what happened to the Catholic faithful and hierarchy during the last 60 years. Chris Ferrara, in this video, is presented as a "traditionalist" and, in a rather condescending way, welcomes Dr. Taylor Marshall into the Club. The Latin Mass Trad Club, I guess. Chumming around and saying the same thing over and over again for decades, all the while giving each other knowing glances and chuckles when the topic is about the "novelties" and the "liberals."
Friends of RadTrad Thomist, let us vomit this out of our mouth. We are living in a time in which the curtain is being opened by little Toto and the fraud behind the curtain spinning the wheels and pulling the levers which created the "Catholic Renewal" projection has been exposed. This projection has mesmerized 3 generations of the faithful or former faithful and is now being shown to be nothing but a false image, an illusion most grave. Sorry, but they tried to make the Mass disappear and it practically did for decades; they tried to make the traditional Catholic life of families, religious, and priests disappear and they did, except in tiny little enclaves scattered here and there in the "mountains" throughout the globe; they tried to make the sacrificial priesthood disappear and just a handful of bishops stopped it from happening; they put forward doctrines clothed with all the traditional formalities of ecumenical councils which directly contradicted the infallible and incontrovertible teachings of the Catholic Church and most everyone signed on and now accepts them as a given; they "heart attacked" the Catholic States of the world with one little VII document and an "offer they could not refuse" from Cardinal Casaroli; after Pope Pius XII had just defined exactly the form for each of the sacraments, they changed them --- and the operation of grace seems to have withdraw from large, massive segments of our world and even "our Church"; what the saints were tortured for not doing, was enthusiastically and officially done; Buddha was worshiped on a tabernacle, not when the church was taken over by the Mongols, but when the church was handed over enthusiastically by those claiming authority in the Catholic Church. A pagan idol was worshipped in Saint Peter's Basilica. The lone surviving seer of Fatima, the woman who predicted to the minute the greatest public miracle since the Resurrection, the woman who was entrusted with the 3 Secrets of Fatima by the Mother of God, the woman to whom was given the message to the popes that Russia was to be consecrated, the one who was told by the Blessed Virgin Mary that her job was to "make my message known," was verifiably disappeared and replaced by a fraud, an imposter. This imposture as been professionally, mathematically, and scientifically verified by objective researchers and investigators.
And, yet, "we" keep spreading the same lies, the same intentional misunderstandings, the same deception and diversionary tactics so that our incorporated NGOs will maintain their market share.
In order to maintain our market share of the momentarily awakened faithful, we accept --- as displayed in this video exchange between Ferrara and Marshall:
a) a Defective Church, whose magisterial organs can speak error and have constantly spoken error or included "novelties" detrimental to the life of every Christian over the last 50 years.
b) New sacraments and a new Mass which cannot be certainly identified as channels of sanctifying grace, which the "modern hierarchy"--- formed by the New Theology --- does not believe in anyways.
c) Complete social and political surrender on cultural and moral issues by a "Church hierarchy" who, fundamentally, supports the other side anyways.
d) Satisfaction with a "Latin Mass" pacifier; a "Latin Mass" probably said by likely invalidly ordained "priests" who have not power to offer sacrifice or convey sanctifying grace, based upon bad form, matter, and intention and invalidly consecrated ministers ordained by phenomenologically oriented episcopal minds who have no intention of bringing about anything in the real order but only something in the order of "meaning" in the phenomenal order of the "faithful."
Rather than grabbing the pitch fork and saying, "They stole our Mass, our Sacraments, our Grace, our true Catholic hierarchy, our altars, our Church, our dignity, our reputations, our universities and schools, our innumerable orders of real Catholic religious, our weekly donations, the innocence of our children --- who trusted them and who we placed in their care --- violating them in the most wicked ways.....not to mention, THEY "DISAPPEARED" THE VERY SEER OF FATIMA AND REPLACED HER WITH A TOADY OF THE VERY MEN WHO BROUGHT THIS GRAND LARCENY ABOUT.
Let us wake up! We are on to them. We have a criminal case against them. They are criminals of the highest human order. Let us assume our positions and kick really hard. How dare they do this? How dare we not respond in the most forceful way that we can? How dare we go through our life, after baptism, in this grave situation and only "petition the bishops"?
As you can see below, in the full text of Paul VI's audience in January 1966, when we add the text that the Neo-Gallicans conveniently leave out, Paul VI intends to bind the faithful with the teaching of the Vatican II documents. Ferrara continues to peddle the lie of Vatican II as being full of "novelties" [not heresies] and these "novelties" being only pastoral suggestions and nonbinding psychobabble. He also tacitly peddles the "Sister Lucy lasted until 2005" lie. No more lies.
Paul VI Audience 1966
Wednesday, 12 January 1966
The teachings of the Council are included in the patrimony of the Church
Beloved Sons and Daughters!
The life of the Church is dominated by the Ecumenical Council, which was concluded last December. And it is not only the memory of an event so rare and so great that it must keep our souls busy; the memory refers to a past fact; memory collects it, history records it, tradition preserves it; but this whole process concerns a finite moment, a past event. Instead the Council leaves something after itself, which lasts and continues to act. The Council is like a spring from which a river flows; the source may be far away, the current of the river follows us. It can be said that the Council leaves the Church, which celebrated it, itself. The Council does not oblige us so much to look back at the time of its celebration; but it obliges us to look at the legacy that it has left us, and which is present and will last for the future. What is this heritage?
The legacy of the Council consists of the documents that were promulgated in the various concluding moments of its discussions and its deliberations; these documents are of different nature; that is, they are Constitutions (four), they are Decrees (nine) and they are Declarations (three); but all together they form a body of doctrines and laws, which must give the Church that renewal for which the Council was promoted. Knowing, studying and applying these documents is the duty and the luck of the post-conciliar period.
Care must be taken: the teachings of the Council do not constitute an organic and complete system of Catholic doctrine; this is much broader, as everyone knows, and is not called into question by the Council or substantially modified; indeed, the Council confirms it, illustrates it, defends it and develops it with an authoritative apology, full of wisdom, vigor and trust. And it is this doctrinal aspect of the Council, which we must first notice for the honor of the Word of God, which remains univocal and perennial, as a light that is not extinguished, and for the comfort of our souls, that by the frank and solemn voice of the Council they experience what providential office has been entrusted by Christ to the living magisterium of the Church to guard, to defend, to interpret the "deposit of faith" (see Humani generis, AAS, 1960, p. 567). We must not detach the teachings of the Council from the doctrinal patrimony of the Church, so good to see how it fits, how coherent they are, and how they bear witness, increase, explanation, application. Then even the doctrinal "novelties" or norms of the Council appear in their right proportions, they do not create objections to the fidelity of the Church to its didactic function, and they acquire that true meaning, which makes it shine with a superior light.
Therefore the Council helps the faithful, teachers or disciples who are, to overcome those states of mind - of denial, indifference, doubt, subjectivism, etc. - who are opposed to purity and the strength of faith. It is a great act of the ecclesiastical magisterium; and whoever adheres to the Council recognizes and honors with this the magisterium of the Church; and this was the first idea that moved Pope John XXIII, of venerable memory, to convoke the Council, as he well said when he inaugurated it: "ut iterum magisterium ecclesiasticum. . . affirmaretur "; "It was our intention, thus expressing itself, in calling this very great assembly, to reaffirm the ecclesiastical magisterium" (A.A.S. 1962, p. 786). "What matters most to the ecumenical council, he continued, is this: that the sacred deposit of Christian doctrine be more effectively guarded and exposed" (ibid. P. 790).
It would therefore not be true in the person who thought that the Council represented a detachment, a rupture, or, as some think, a liberation from the traditional teaching of the Church, or authorized and promoted an easy conformism to the mentality of our time, in what it is it has an ephemeral and negative rather than a sure and scientific nature, or it allows anyone to give the value and the expression that believes in the truths of faith. The Council opens many new horizons to biblical, theological and humanistic studies, invites us to seek out and deepen the religious sciences but does not deprive Christian thought of its speculative rigor, and does not allow the entry into the Church of philosophy, theology and scripture arbitrariness, uncertainty, servility, desolation, which characterize many forms of modern religious thought, when it lacks the assistance of the ecclesiastical magisterium.
There are those who wonder what the authority, the theological qualification, that the Council wanted to attribute to its teachings, knowing that and it has avoided giving solemn dogmatic definitions, engaging the infallibility of the ecclesiastical magisterium. And the answer is known to those who remember the conciliar declaration of March 6, 1964, repeated November 16, 1964: given the pastoral character of the Council, it avoided uttering dogmas endowed with the note of infallibility; BUT it nonetheless provided its teachings with the authority of the supreme ordinary magisterium which ordinary and thus manifestly authentic magisterium must be accepted docilely and sincerely by all the faithful, according to the mind of the Council about the nature and aims of the individual documents.
We must enter into the spirit of these basic criteria of the ecclesiastical magisterium, and increase in our minds confidence in the guidance of the Church on the safe paths of faith and Christian life. If this is done by good Catholics, good children of the Church and especially scholars, theologians, masters, speakers of the Word of God, not that the students and the researchers themselves of the authentic doctrine born from the Gospel and professed by the Church, is from hope that the faith and with it the Christian life and also the civil life will have great refreshment, the one that derives from the truth that saves. Because the "Spirit of the Council" really wants to be the Spirit of truth (Io. 16, 13).
May Our Blessing help you understand this Spirit and make it your own.