Friday, October 4, 2019

Cardinal Burke Cites Amazon Synod as a “Direct Attack” on Christ


By David Martin

Cardinal Raymond Burke has come out and blasted the upcoming Amazonian Synod as a direct attack on Jesus Christ. The synod is scheduled to convene this month in Rome from the 6-27.

In an interview published Sept. 27 in First Things, the 71 year old cardinal told reporter Sohrab Ahmari, "The working document of the Pan-Amazonian synod is a direct attack on the Lordship of Christ. It says to people, ‘You already have the answers, and Christ is just one among many sources of answers.’ This is apostasy!"

The cardinal laments the misuse of the Amazonian Synod to try to change both the doctrines and disciplines of the Catholic Church.

"The fundamental concept of a synod was to call together representatives of the clergy and the lay people to see how the Church could more effectively teach and more effectively apply her discipline," Burke said. "Synods never had anything to do with changing doctrine or with changing discipline."

Yea, synods never had anything to do with starting a new religion. The Amazonian Synod is all about our "ecological conversion" and oneness with the planet, not about our oneness with God. It's about uniting the Catholic Church with the world. It calls upon the Church to bow to a planetary idol, not to its Crucified Savior and King on the cross.

According to Archbishop Viganò, 'Christ is absent' from the synod's working document. German Cardinal Walter Brandmüller openly says it contains "heresy" and approaches "apostasy."

The synod indeed marks a historic attempt to dethrone Christ and secularize the Catholic Church. For it seeks to dignify the superstition of pagan culture while standing against any attempt to convert man from indigenous ways. The faithful have every reason to speak out against this synod, for without prayer and militant action it promises to be another disaster for the Church.




27 comments:

Ana Milan said...

Now is the time to issue the promised Formal Correction. We need a thorough exorcism of the entire Vatican, its Episcopates & every church where gay Masses & other obscenities have occurred. These evil heretics must be excommunicated along with their followers. It's an abomination that they are allowed to foist their evil ideologies on Christ's Church, the only means we have of salvation. It is the duty of the Dubia Cardinals ,along with other valid & loyal members of the CC Hierarchy, to call out the present incumbent of the Papal Office & his supporters without any further delay or excuses. They do not hold the Faith & have infiltrated the OHC&A Church as warriors of Satan.

Anonymous said...

Here's a tip on a Francis scandal that is rocking the Vatican and the Church right now, and it happened yesterday in the Vatican gardens.
Check out the reports and the video. Francis and others prayed, planted a tree, and then sang and bowed before three carved figures of pregnant women (which symbolizes "Mother Earth".....a ceremony presided over by Amazonian indigenous pagans who were invited to Rome for the "synod".
If this isn't enough to get some of these cowardly, worthless Cardinals to speak up and force the removal of Francis and his people, there there actually SHOULD be a schism.....where the faithful Catholics go one way and found a new Rome and new Vatican and new Pope, and the Francis "church" can dance and sing and sway to indigenous Amazonian music and pray to "Mother Earth" and have their marries priests and women priests and gay unions until their "church" is extinct.

The TRUE FAITH AND CHURCH will rise up again out of the ashes of Francis and the trash he has inspired.

Damian Malliapalli

JBQ said...

Then Archbishop Raymond Burke left St. Louis in August of 2008 just before the election of then Senator Barry Obama. I attended his farewell Mass at the Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis. There was a supernatural event which occurred as he entered the Cathedral with his entourage.---Subsequently, I was able to obtain two emails from the Chancery which detailed how he had been removed under pressure by Pope Benedict. I turned these emails over to Church Militant and have a receipt for them. This essentially means that the path taken by Pope Francis had the endorsement and support of the former Cardinal Ratzinger.

Constantine said...

@ JBQ: what was the "supernatural event"?

David Martin said...

Re: Anonymous - Well, this is what the good bishops at the Rome Forum are attempting to do, to wake up the sleepy bishops and priests and start an episcopal coalition to stand forth and fight this ungodly Amazonian design.

David Martin said...

Re: JBQ - I think you missed the point. Benedict did not demote Cardinal Burke but advanced him by calling him to Rome to head the Vatican Tribunal. It was Francis who later came and demoted him for his support of Benedict's policies, something that Benedict in no way supports.

JBQ said...

@David Martin: The emails from a very reliable source refute that chain of events. He was indeed "run out of town". The advancement is nothing more than a fairy tale.

JBQ said...

@Constantine: I will relate that this was a one time event. There was a supernatural vision where the pillars of the church began wobbling. I immediately looked at the entourage moving in. Everything in their context was normal. You can define the meaning of the event in regard to then Archbishop Burke.

BrotherBeowulf said...

Fatima First Saturday
5 October 2019 A. D.

Well the good Cardinal is no more than staring the obvious—the Synod is an attack on Christ. What do we expect an Antipope Apostate to do.

What of Francis? Is not he also a direct attack on Christ? Why can’t His Eminence state the obvious?!

I believe Miss Milan hits the bullseye here.

What needs fighting is not the Amazon. That’s a symptom. What needs fighting is the Devil worshipping, Stang wielding Antipope himself and his Homosexual Court. This has been confirmed by myriad facts over the past seven years. The pagan rite in the Gardens of the Vatican is just the latest telling example, and no more scandalous than Francis wielding a blackmagic occult Stang AT A MASS!!

First off, folks must declare who he is, and who he ain’t. Namely Francis is the Antipope. Antipope Francis the Apostate is not, can not be, and never has been now or at any moment the past seven years, Pope.

Everything he does must be rejected and opposed. That seems unclear to both our author and good Cardinal Burke whose response to Antipope Francis is and has always been frustratingly tepid. Wouldn’t surprise me if he utters the Arroyo line: “We love the pope!”—it’s just his myriad heresies that get in the way.

Our Lady of Fatima strike this satanic clerical Homosexual Network Strangling the Church and its Chief:

Antipope Francis the Apostate!

BrotherBeowulf said...

‘Stating’ the obvious.

David Martin said...

Benedict clearly saw that Burke was being persecuted so he skillfully hit two birds with one stone by calling him to Rome to serve as prefect of the Vatican Signatora. There is no questioning that his new position now enabled him to rock the Church with with refutations that would have been far less effective had he remained in St. Louis. This rocking of the universal Church was symbolized by the wobbling pillars. It was a reference to the whole Church, not the St. Louis Church.

Tancred said...

We always thought that Burke was being kicked upstairs.

Peter Watson said...

Burke has been moved from La Crosse, St Louis, the Sacred Signatura and now as chaplain to the Knights of Malta on the grounds of incompetence. He's a fizzer and a flop.

Anonymous said...

Damian, I am not a Protestant or anarchist. Nor am I a coward who flees from the battlefield. I will not willingly be thrown out of my own home. Are we afraid of the raging sea against our vessel? Take courage! God is not asleep! They whom we protest are the ones drawn away from the Faith and The Church. WE do not “go” anywhere.

BrotherBeowulf said...

Go away and perhaps enjoy your full moon, Poof. Do you become the tranny Queen? Or turn back into a man. It’s a week from today by the way. You were as usual. . . a tad ‘off.’

JBQ said...

The farewell Mass for then Archbishop Raymond Burke was held at the St. Louis Cathedral on August 17. 2008. The press secretary for Archbishop Burke left and went back to talk radio. He wrote an op-ed piece for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch which I responded to on November 22, 2009. He later moved to ABC network regional tv for three years. He is now back in radio after a lot of controversy.------"Wow. How did you know about the Rigali cabal? and how did you know I was alluding to that in my piece? How did you know that Steffens--who wanted my job--fed info and helped the St. Stan's people? And how did you know that Raymond Burke was, indeed, run out of town? The Rigali disciples were destructive and widespread. He started the flight with St. Stan's and left a time bomb in the form of parish closings. I am glad you are picking up on it. It's every interesting and would love to someday know what you know, because I know plenty."------------"I am actually writing a book about my time there. It will vindicate Archbishop Burke once and for all. The info about Stika increasing Johnston't salary must be news to everyone but I am the only one with documentation. ABP Burke's treatment was disgraceful and I intend to make amends. BTW, some saw my editorial as some kind of liberal attack on a "conservative" abp. Baloney. They picked the gay thing to cover for their disgraceful dismantling of Burke's voice on abortion and nearly everything else."

Peter W said...

Burke is a low grade sniping weasel (just enough to keep his meal ticket), self-referential and clericalist effete. He should never have been ordained a deacon!

Anonymous said...

You have an awful lot of nerve insulting Cardinal Burke. That poor man has endured much suffering in the past 3.5 years from backstabbing officials to the faithful begging and pleading with him to issue a formal correction. He knows he needs to do it but it can't just be him, ++Brandenmuller and +Schneider. He needs the support of other Cardinals, bishops and priests who will stand with him. He can't do this like Gary Cooper in High Noon. (Watch the movie and see what happens when Cooper asks for help.) It doesn't work that way in the Church. Even St. Athanasius had the support of the faithful as well as St. Antony and the monks. ++Burke doesn't have that kind of support in the wider Catholic world. Sure, Trads support him. The rest of the world either doesn't know him or hates him (e.g. liberals).

So before you get on your high horse pontificating about him, put yourself in his shoes. On the other hand, don't. You couldn't fit in them.

Most of all, pray for him.

M

PW said...

Burke is so alienated from the sense of the Church he thinks that everyone but he is out of step. He is an arrogant, pompous narcissist who should retire to a monastery and do some fundamental Catholic theology all over again. The brand he is dining out on has little to do with Jesus Christ and much to do with the Law and Order Party.

Tancred said...


Modernists like Bergoglio and company are not only out of touch with historical Christianity, they’re out of touch with the youth they claim to speak for. Nobody thinks that the simpering and smug Peter “Pedo” Yarrow is actually music that’s really cool, but the generation that wanted to change the world thinks it’s really groovy. I can’t think of anything more cringeworthy and spastic than a faggy St. Louis Jesuits performance. Hey, that crap is what they were listening to when they were protesting and smoking dope in the sixties. That’s how out of touch they are.

Jim said...

Why all the criticism of Cdl Burke? Sure, we'd like him to say and do more, but at least he's doing something. Where are the others? The cowardice of clerics in the Church today frustrates and infuriates me perhaps more than anything. So be grateful that there is at least one in ranks speaking unfashionable truth. God's every blessing on Cdl Burke.

Peter Watson said...

Cardinal Sarah of the Congregation for Worship and the Sacraments, no great fan of Pope Francis, has, nonetheless said that to oppose the Pope in with the toxicity of some commentators is to place oneself outside the Church.
Let that be a lesson to the all talk no trousers sede-jocks.

(https://www.ncronline.org/news/vatican/cardinal-sarah-oppose-pope-be-outside-church)

Tancred said...

Nobody goes to Hell, bro. Don’t sweat it. I’m sure primacy of conscience CTA style has that covered.

Don’t be so medieval and punitive, maaaaan, everyone is feeling groovy!

JBQ said...

"Old chap". you might try Walgreens or if in NYC, it would be Duane Reade. You obviously have a bad case of chapped lips from "flapping your gums". Actually, it could be terminal if you don't take care of it.

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