Saturday, December 31, 2016

New York Times Horrified That Steve Bannon is a Militant Catholic

“Catholicism is necessarily an adversary faith and culture in an America where a triumphant secularism has captured the heights, from Hollywood to the media, the arts and the academy, and relishes nothing more than insults to and blasphemous mockery of the Church of Rome.” ~Pat Buchanan

 Edit: the fake news site New York Times looks in horror at what it's weasels have uncovered. This, and they rush to cite talking heads in fake Catholic institutions to give what they insist is a more accurate view of what the Catholic Church teaches. They use Michael Voris and his Church Militant as a negative example. There is nothing particularly controversial about what Church Militant or Steve Bannon are proposing according to the Times, but one could see that it might spell an end to the oppressive regime of secularism and deviance if allowed to take shape and come to fruition in the renewal of the Social Reign of Christ the King.

[New York Times] A week after Stephen K. Bannon helped engineer the populist revolt that led to Donald J. Trump’s election, Buzzfeed unearthed a recording of him speaking to a Vatican conference of conservative Catholics in 2014.

 In his presentation, Mr. Bannon, then the head of the hard-right website Breitbart News and now Mr. Trump’s chief strategist, called on the “church militant” to fight a global war against a “new barbarity” of “Islamic fascism” and international financial elites, with 2,500 years of Western civilization at risk.

 While most listeners probably overlooked the term “church militant,” knowledgeable Catholics would have recognized it as a concept deeply embedded in the church’s teaching. Moreover, they would have noticed that Mr. Bannon had taken the term out of context, invoking it in a call for cultural and military conflict rather than for spiritual warfare, particularly within one’s soul, its longstanding connotation. 

http://mobile.nytimes.com/2016/12/30/us/church-militant-theology-is-put-to-new-and-politicized-use.html?referer= AMDG

18 comments:

  1. Good grief. If they find out about the Militia Immaculata, they'll really be chafed.

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    1. Hmm... You may be on to something. I have no doubt that even the most liberal NO Catholic would have his sensus fidei spark up if they tried to insult Our Lady.

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  2. Which "Church of Rome" is Patrick talking about? Is it the Argentinian or Polish variety? John Paul defended the faith while Bergoglio is creating a new one.

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    1. JPII promoted Bergoglio, Mahoney, many more horrible bishops, cardinals. He promoted paganism with his ecumenical gatherings, participated in and did nothing to curb tremendous liturgical abuse. Let's not even get into the whole thing with the Legionaries of Christ. I do not pass judgement on his eternal fate, no one but God can, obviously, but history will not be kind to the terrible damage done to the Church as the result of his poor leadership.

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    2. Don't forget Joseph Bernardin the Devil himself.He held an important post "(Archbishop" of Chicago) throughout the JP2 halcyon days.

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  3. Keep in mind, he's an Irishman. They're militancy can take many turns, not very Catholic these days. Apparently, he was quite militant with his second wife. He's trading blows with his third, now. Read his biography on Wikipedia. A strange bird.

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    1. Yeah it's because he's Irish ?!?? ........what about Steve Bannon, Kelly Anne Conway etc. Etc.

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  4. The New York times...it is to laugh. We know who it is that Bannon is making nervous. They're afraid of another reconquista. The vampires won't be able to suck the blood of the victims who smarten up and figure out the game they've been playing for the last 70 years.

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  5. Bannon is a Catholic?! (((Oy Vey)))! It's another (((Shoah )))!

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  6. The New York Times interprets Vatican Council II with the common philosophical mistake

    Contrary to the Second Vatican Council’s endorsement of interreligious dialogue, Mr. Voris views Islam as “entirely different” from Christianity and portrays Judaism in outdated terminology that experts in Catholic-Jewish relations consider anti-Semitic. (The Trump campaign was accused at times of indulging in and even disseminating anti-Jewish rhetoric and imagery.)- Samuel G.Freedman DEC. 30, 2016

    The New York Times comment on Vatican Council II is false.
    According to the text of Vatican Council II(AG 7, LG 14) 'all' Jews and Muslims need 'faith and baptism' for salvation.According to Vatican Council II all Jews and Muslims are oriented to the fires of Hell unless they convert into the Catholic Church.
    For the writer Samuel G.Freedman this could be the 'outdated terminology' of Cantate Dominio, Council of Florence, the Nicene Creed, the Athanasius Creed, the Council of Trent and the Catechism of Pope Pius X.However it is also the terminology of Vatican Council II ( AG 7,LG 14) and the Catechism of the Catholic Church (1995).The Catechism (n.1257) says all need the baptism of water for salvation.We do not know any one in 2016, or in the past, who was saved without the baptism of water, for whatever reason.
    So Vatican Council II is in harmony with the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus as it was known to the 16th century missionaries.LG 16, LG 8,UR 3 etc refer to hypothetical and not objective cases.So they are not an exception to Tradition.Nostra Aetate 4 says Catholics are the new people of God. The Church is the new people of God. It means Catholics are the new Chosen People of God.
    The New York Times interprets Vatican Council II with the common philosophical mistake.1The NYT writer assumes there are known exceptions in Vatican Council II to the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus.Instead it was the magisterium which made an objective mistake in 1949 and Fr.Leonard Feeney was correct.The Holy Office 1949 assumed that there were known cases of the baptism of desire etc and these 'visible-invisible cases' were exceptions to the traditional de fide teaching on outside the Church there is no salvation.1
    -Lionel Andrades

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    Unprecedented! Philosophical mistakes discovered in Vatican Council II
    https://gloria.tv/article/eAHi1jMeN3fG1fWPDjpAb6e2o

    DECEMBER 18, 2016
    It's un- precedented in over 50 years. All the reports on Vatican Council II have not reported on this.Philosophical error runs through the Council text.
    http://eucharistandmission.blogspot.it/2016/12/its-un-precedented-in-over-50-years-all.html

    Vatican Council II riddled with philosphical error : two popes in principle support objective error in text
    http://eucharistandmission.blogspot.it/2016/12/vatican-council-ii-riddled-with.html



    DECEMBER 13, 2016
    Too many mistakes in Vatican Council II
    http://eucharistandmission.blogspot.it/2016/12/too-many-mistakes-in-vatican-council-ii.html



    Atila S. Guimarães and Robert de Mattei wrote books on Vatican Council II not knowing that with Feeneyism Vatican Council II affirms an Ecumenism of Return, Social Reign of Christ the King and no known salvation outside the Church.
    http://eucharistandmission.blogspot.it/2016/11/atila-s-guimaraes-and-robert-de-mattei.html


    DECEMBER 18, 2016
    When I meet a non Catholic on the streets I know he is on the way to Hell since he could not be in the subsist it or know or did not know about Jesus and the Church category
    http://eucharistandmission.blogspot.it/2016/12/when-i-meet-non-catholic-on-streets-i.html


    DECEMBER 17, 2016
    When I meet a non Catholic on the streets I know he is on the way to Hell since the Catholic Church teaches this : this would be news for many Catholics
    http://eucharistandmission.blogspot.it/2016/12/when-i-meet-non-catholic-on-street-i.html

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    1. St.Emerentiana

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    2. St.EmerentinA?
      God could have sent a preacher to her as St.Thomas Aquinas suggests regarding the man in the jungle in invincible ignorance or she could have returned to earth only to be baptised with water as was the experience of St.Francis Xavier and the saints.
      She is Heaven with the baptism of water since this is the dogmatic teaching and also- since no one saw her in Heaven without the baptism of water.

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    3. Have you been to heaven Lionel?

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  7. That's a new one: no KNOWN salvation outside the Church!

    You have invented a new machine for detecting Sanctifying Grace in the dying? There is a Vatican office devoted to collecting statistics on Salvation Outside the Church? (Current running tally: Zero!)

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    1. Fr. VF just does not like the official doctrine of the Church: "extra ecclesiam nulla salus." It is, of course, most unecumenical---and that is the only sin for these Modernist heretics. By the way, I am not a Feeneyite (I see the slanderous accusation coming): I believe what the Church teaches, and that includes the exceptional (perhaps rare) cases of baptism of desire and baptism of blood. But these Novus Ordo heretics subscribe to the scandalous heresy of Karl Rahner's "anonymous Christian." Like all orthodox Catholics, I reject with all my heart and mind the latter.

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    2. The dogma EENS, the Catechism of the St.Pius X, Vatican Council II (Ad Gentes7) says all need faith and baptism for salvation. This is the norm.This is the ordinary means of salvation.
      I personally do not know any exceptions.There are no known exceptions for me.
      If for you like the two popes, the baptism of desire etc is an exception to Feeneyite EENS, then it is youìll who infer that there are exceptions.So if there are exceptions there would be known cases. Invisible cases cannot be exceptions.
      Since you and others imply that there are known cases, I have to keep reminding you all that there are none.

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    3. Fr. VF just does not like the official doctrine of the Church: "extra ecclesiam nulla salus."

      Lionel: Yes extra eclesiam nulla salus (EENS) is the official doctrine of the Church and I am referring to Feeneyite EENS and not Cushingite EENS of Cardinal Ratzinger and Fr.Rahner.
      Cushingite EENS says that the baptism of desire and being saved in invincible ignorance are exceptions to the dogma EENS and so it is inferred that they are known in personal cases to be exceptions. We can see these cases in Heaven or know of someone who will go to Heaven who is outside the Church.
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      It is, of course, most unecumenical---and that is the only sin for these Modernist heretics. By the way, I am not a Feeneyite (I see the slanderous accusation coming)
      Lionel:To be a Feeneyite is to be a Catholic.St.Thomas Aquinas was a Feeneyite. He did not interpret the man in the forest saved in invincible ignorance, as being a personally known and visible exception.
      Cardina Ratginer and the liberal theologians were Cushingites. They would interpret that man in the forest as being a known case and so an exception to EENS.
      So whay arenìt you a Feeneyite? Is it because the Left will persecute you?
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      : I believe what the Church teaches, and that includes the exceptional (perhaps rare) cases of baptism of desire and baptism of blood.
      Lionel:
      However you need to qualify that this is only a possibility , a hypothetical case and then this theoretical case would be followed with the baptism of water, since this is the dogmatic teaching of the Church.
      You also need to clarify that even if there existed such a case it would not be concrete and known in 2017 for example. So it would not be a concrete exception to all needing to be incorporated into the Church as a member for salvation.
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      But these Novus Ordo heretics subscribe to the scandalous heresy of Karl Rahner's "anonymous Christian."
      Lionel:
      Rahner's Anonymous Christian is based on Ratzingers accepting that there is known salvation outside the Church.Upon this rationality they created the new theology.It is all over Vatican Council II and the Catechism(1995).
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      Like all orthodox Catholics, I reject with all my heart and mind the latter.
      Lionel:
      So do I!

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    4. I think you misunderstood Father VF's post Anonymous. I fear too that you have fallen into the trap of believing that baptism of blood or desire can replace baptism of water. This is not dogma but theological opinion which modernists have exploited to its fullest extreme but the speculations on baptism of desire and blood open the door for the modernists. The canons of Trent on baptism make it clear that water baptism is absolutely necessary: If anyone says that true and natural water is not necessary in Baptism, and therefore interprets metaphorically the words of Our Lord Jesus Christ: “Unless one be born again of water and the Holy Ghost”: Let him be anathema.
      Council of Trent Canon 2

      If anyone saith that baptism is optional, that is, not necessary to salvation; let him be anathema.

      Council of Trent, Session 7, Canon 5. (Mar. 3, 1547)
      A few more (of the vast number) of confirmations:
      “Which Kingdom indeed is set forth in the Gospels as one into which men prepare to enter by doing penance but are unable to enter except through faith and baptism, which, although it is an external rite, nevertheless signifies and effects an interior regeneration.”
      Pope Eugene IV, The Council of Florence, “Exultate Deo,” Nov. 22, 1439: “Holy baptism, which is the gateway to the spiritual life, holds the first place among all the sacraments; through it we are made members of Christ and of the body of the Church. And since death entered the universe through the first man, ‘unless we are born again of water and the Spirit, we cannot,’ as the Truth says, ‘enter into the kingdom of heaven’ [John 3:5]. The matter of this sacrament is real and natural water.”
      Pope Pius XI, Quas Primas (#15), December 11, 1925

      “Actually only those are to be included as members of the Church who have received the laver of regeneration and profess the true faith…”
      Pope Pius XII, Mystici Corporis (#22), 29th June 1943

      “…the washing of baptism distinguishes and separates all Christians (chritiano omnes) from the rest who this stream of atonement has not washed and who are not members of Christ…”
      Pope Pius XII, Mediator Dei (#46), 20th November 1947

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