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TradCatKnight: On the occasion of Pope Benedict XVI’s 90th birthday

Monday, April 10, 2017 17:33
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A Letter Written To Pope Benedict XVI From the Byzantine Patriarchate


On the occasion of Pope Benedict XVI’s 90th birthday


The necessity of proclaiming the invalidity of Vatican II as well as of the beatification of John Paul II
Your Eminence,
on the occasion of Your approaching 90th birthday, we are bound to remind You again of the disastrous situation in the Church as well as of what You can still do both for her sake and for the sake of Your soul.
You were a direct participant (peritus) of the Second Vatican Council.

What were the spiritual roots of Vatican II? The Council was pushed through by John XXIII under the slogan “aggiornamento”. John XXIII (Angelo Roncalli) was convicted of the Modernist heresy in 1911 when he was a professor at the seminary in Bergamo. Benedict XV rehabilitated Roncalli, and Roncalli was assigned to the Congregation of Propaganda and also lectured at the Roman seminary. Pius XI isolated Roncalli as a heretic by sending him as Apostolic Visitor to Bulgaria and Turkey in the years 1925-1944. Thereafter, to everyone’s surprise, apparently under pressure from Freemasons, Pius XII appointed him Apostolic Nuncio to Paris. In Paris, he formed a close friendship with a leading Freemason E. Herriot, Mayor of Lyon and President of the French National Assembly. This friendship with Masons opened the way to his further career. Before the papal elections no one thought of Roncalli, but he betrayed himself when he said some time later: “I was certain that I would emerge from the conclave as Pope.” Soon afterwards, he unexpectedly convoked the Second Vatican Council and gave liberal theologians free rein to moderate it. He thus created the circumstances for the resurrection of the spirit of the Modernist heresy condemned by St Pius X. Paul VI confirmed the Council and its heresies of syncretism in the declaration Nostra Aetate. This meant formal approval to a regard for pagan cults, and de facto for their demons too. It put an end to true mission and opened the Church to the anti-mission of Buddhism, Hinduism and Islam. The Catholic Church and Christian politicians began to promote pagan multiculturalism.
John Paul II’s silence on heresies allowed this Vatican II spirit of Neo-Modernism and syncretism to penetrate into all seminaries. He himself made an apostatic gesture in Assisi (1986, 2002). It is therefore clear that under Church doctrine according to Gal 1:8-9 as well as according to the Dogmatic Bull of Paul IV, these three Popes, being heretics, are excommunicated from the Church. Those who approved their beatification or canonization were also placed under God’s anathema.
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