Monday, November 11, 2019

Vatican Endorses U.N. Pro-Abortion “Sustainable Development” Agenda


By David Martin

Though Rome has kept a low profile, an event took place the day after the close of the Amazonian Synod that has solidified the Vatican’s pact with the United Nations.

On October 28, the Pontifical Academy of Sciences partnered with U.N. pro-abortion advocates to pledge fidelity to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) championed by socialist rebels like George Soros and Jeffrey Sachs. Diane Montagna of LifeSiteNews reports on November 6.
“The Pontifical Academy of Sciences, members of a United Nations network directed by a pro-abortion globalist [Jeffrey Sachs], and governors of the Pan-Amazonian region have signed a common declaration committing themselves to implementing the UN sustainable development goals (SDGs) in the Amazon. 
“The Oct. 28 declaration, addressed to Pope Francis and signed at the pontifical academy’s Vatican headquarters one day after the close of the Amazon Synod, consists in 14 pledges to ‘build together effective solutions for sustainable development of Amazonia.’” 
While the sustainable development goals include “universal access to sexual and reproductive health-care services, including for family planning, information and education, and the integration of reproductive health into national strategies and programmes,” their focus is providing for abortion.

The SDGs indeed are all about abortion. They propose that we make the planet a safer place through population control, i.e. abortion, but this is done under the guise of caring for the poor. The globalist ploy is to say that ‘we shouldn’t bring people into the world to suffer but should first take care of the poor that are among us.’

That abortion is the focal point of the sustainable development goals is evident by the fact that Donors and partners of the Oct. 28 declaration include the pro-abortion, pro-gender theory Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, not to mention that the key architect of the SDGs is pro-abortion globalist Jeffrey Sachs who directs the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN), a global initiative launched by U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in 2012.  

Jeffrey Sachs, who has enjoyed growing influence in the Vatican in recent years, was a key participant at the historic Amazonian Synod that convened Oct. 6-27. 

So, the Vatican has now pledged to assist the U.N. in reducing the birthing of children, i.e., to collude in the murder of the unborn via abortion. The Amazonian Synod served to build the fire for this plan since the Synod was all about making reparation to “Mother Earth” for the “sins” committed against her.

According to U.N. globalists, the big “sin” against the planet is the birthing of children since they will grow up to “pollute” the environment, so they see abortion as a sacrifice to this terrestrial deity, in a similar way children have been sacrificed to the Pachamama idol. The “Mother Earth” Pachamama idol that was venerated at the Vatican during the Amazon Synod merely symbolized this globalist cause of “atoning” to the planet. To think that Rome has joined the infamous U.N. in bowing to its planetary idol!  

From its inception in 1945, the United Nations has sought to enslave and oppress humanity for the advance of a communistic one-world government run by an all-powerful elite, and now the Vatican has signed a pact with these internationalist elite masters. 

But it doesn't end there. Pope Francis has handed the Church's evangelical mission over to the United Nations, telling them, 'you are now the pastors of the flock,' and he tells the flock, 'the U.N. representatives are now your pastors. When they speak, it is your duty to obey.' Consider his discourse from a September 10 press conference on route to Rome from Madagascar.
“When we acknowledge international organizations and we recognize their capacity to give judgment, on a global scale — for example the international tribunal in The Hague, or the United Nations — If we consider ourselves humanity, when they make statements, our duty is to obey … We must obey international institutions. That is why the United Nations were created.” https://youtu.be/FBOeHudjqGM
So according to Pope Francis, when the U.N. says that the rights of abortion advocates must be respected everywhere, our duty is to obey. Unfortunately, the Vatican has put its signature to it, pledging to assist the implementation of sustainable development goals in the Amazon and throughout the world. God help us!







Sunday, November 10, 2019

Resistance Against the Pachamama Abomination

Pachamama depictions were burned as part of a rite of expiation.


(Rome) The Pachamama scandal, which Pope Francis not only tolerated in the context of the Amazon Synod, but actively supported, continues to draw more attention  - although largely hushed up by the secular media.  Three current examples: the courageous Catholic who disposed of the idols in the Tiber revealed himself;  Cardinal Gerhard Müller rejected the attempts to justify the showing of the Pachamama figures;  In Mexico, Pachamama replicas were publicly burned as part of a rite of expiation.

 An Austrian Pro-Lifer

 The Austrian life protector Alexander  Tschugguel (for all not in the know: pronounced Tschuggúal, in this Tyrolean family name, the ue Diphthong is pronounced ua) was identified as the main organizer of that action, on the 21st of October in Rome, the Pachamama representations  were removed from the church of Santa Maria in Traspontina and disposed of in the Tiber.  Tschugguel also organized the recent march for life in Vienna.  Kath.net conducted an interview with him, which had explained  "that it is something that clearly contradicts Catholic doctrine."  When he saw the rituals in the Vatican Gardens, he had the idea of ​​putting an end to the spectacle and making a journey to Rome.  For disposal in the Tiber the young activist said:

 "I wanted to make sure that these idols are no longer used in church and for church purposes.  So, symbolically, it seemed best to throw them into the Tiber.”


The Pro-Lifer Alexander Tschugguel

Pope Francis had not only tolerated the showing of the pagan goddess Pachamama, but supported it in the Vatican Gardens by his presence, and by his explicit presence in St. Peter's, and finally, just before the end of the synod, by his declaration to the synods.  He told the synod fathers of  the rescue of the figures  by the Carabinieri and apologized to "all" who felt insulted by the action.  The pope did not apologize for the erection of a pagan idol in St. Peter's Basilica and in the church of Santa Maria in Traspontina and for bishops bringing the statue into the Synod's Hall in procession.  There was no question of asking God for forgiveness anyway..

 Tschugguel rejects the criticism of his action.  She had addressed neither the Amazon Indians nor against the Pope:

 "It was all about making this visible violation of the first commandment impossible.  It is also successful!  At the closing ceremony of the Synod the statues were not there. "

 Only now does he confess to the action, because otherwise during the synod everything would have been focused on the persons involved and not on the signal and the message of the action.


 Pope Francis with Pachamama in the Vatican Gardens

 "We plan to stand up for these beliefs in the future, but we do not see it as our task to do activism.
Nevertheless, we wanted to give the action a face, because we do not want to hide.  It is important that people again understand the teaching of Christ our Lord.  Then they can face the problems of the world in a sovereign way.  When the Church changes the teaching in favor of the zeitgeist, the faithful lose their hold. "

 A German cardinal

 Cardinal Gerhard Müller, who criticized early on the passing of the pagan idol repeated his criticism in a sermon in Denver in the State of Colorado (USA).  There he attended a priestly meeting last week, where Cardinal Raymond Burke was also present.  The priest Brian Harrison wrote a memoir of the sermon published by LifeSiteNews.

 The former faith prefect of the Church found clear words on the recent events in Rome.  The first criticism was the Vatican's lukewarm reaction to the latest column by Eugenio Scalfari in the daily La Repubblica.  In it the Masonry atheist claimed that Pope Francis had confirmed to him that although Jesus had been a "great man", he had not been the Son of God.  The Vatican had denied it, but that happened in a weak way.  Cardinal Muller recalled the words of the Apostle Peter, the first Pope, who
said to Jesus:



 "You are Christ, the Son of the living God."


 Cardinal Müller had harsh words against the Pachamama spectacle

 Accordingly, a clearer reaction from the Vatican would have been needed to dispel any doubt.  It would have been necessary to repeat the confession of Peter, and not from the mouth of a media spokesman, but from the mouth of the successor of Peter himself.

Cardinal Müller found clear words against the Pachamama spectacle

The Cardinal also condemned the cult-like Pachamama rituals  that had "nothing to do with a true inculturation" with sharp words.   Rather, what happened in Rome was a return to pagan myths rather than a cleansing of Indio culture in the light of the message of Christ.  As Christianity slowly spread in Roman and Greek culture, according to Cardinal Müller, it was endeavoring "not to preserve or revive the worship of pagan deities of the ancient pantheon".  Nor did it try to mix it with the Catholic cult in any way.  Referring to the Encyclical Fides et Ratio of Pope John Paul II, the Cardinal said that Christianity had adopted the best elements of civilization, but only for the one purpose of better explaining and promoting the revelation of God in Christ.

 A Mexican canon

 In Mexico City, Pachamama images were burnt last Sunday in front of a central church in the presence of the rector Hugo Valdemar and an exorcism was prayed.  By offering atonement, God was asked to forgive for the sacrileges that were "committed in Rome" in the previous weeks, as stated in the report of a believer present which was published by InfoVaticana.

 A month ago, hardly anyone knew the idol Pachamama outside of some Indio groups and neo-Norse circles.  Through the organizers of the Catholic Amazon Synod, it became known worldwide.  Hugo Valdemar is a canon at the Cathedral of the Archdiocese of Mexico City.  He and the faithful gathered for the expiation thought that the Pachamama figures in the Vatican Gardens could make their first appearance in the presence of Pope Francis on the feast day of St. Francis of Assisi.  The idols in Rome triggered a polemic, not least among Protestant free churches, who accuse Catholics of "idolatry" whose end is not yet foreseeable.


 Canon Hugo Valdemar

Not a few Catholics were irritated and annoyed by the attempt of synod organizers and the Vatican media to deny or disguise the pagan presence and idolatrous background of Pachamama activism.  In Latin America, you know exactly what you are talking about, because every day the Church is fighting against forms of idolatry and superstition.


 Pachamama Burn in Mexico City

 Canon Valdemar was 15 years under Cardinal Norberto Rivera spokesman for the Archdiocese of Mexico City.  He is one of the most famous priests in Mexico.  Above all, he is an excellent connoisseur of the pre-Christian, pagan religions of Central America and knows about the great
efforts of the missionaries, especially the Franciscans, to eliminate idolatry without any ifs or buts.

 Last Sunday, the canon referred to Our Lady of Guadalupe.  It is "like a great exorcism, which protects America from idolatry and prepares the way to meet Her Son Jesus Christ.” Many believers have called out to Heaven in recent days because of the confusion publicly and privately.

It is "unbearable" what happened with these "crazy things" in the month of October in Rome and was also experienced remotely by Catholics in America and Mexico, the report says:

 "We have the impression that we are experiencing a kind of collective obsession that drives people crazy and darkens their consciousness."

 The expiration through the burning of the pachamama figures was for the actions that took place during the Amazon Synod in Rome, but also for the Pachamama prayer of the Italian Episcopal Conference and the Pachamama songs in the Cathedral of Lima.  As for Mexico City, Pope Francis also installed a new archbishop in Lima to initiate a change of course for the local church.

 In Mexico City, three depictions of Pachamama were burned.  Canon Valdemar expressed the hope that the atonement and action might be a model for others.  God does not tolerate frivolous dealings with His things, let alone as regards idolatry that violates the First Commandment.

 Text: Giuseppe Nardi
 Image: InfoVaticana / Nuova Bussola Quotidiana / Youtube (Screenshots)

Trans: Tancred vekron99@hotmail.com
AMDG

 [1] Thanks to my colleague Martha Burger for the hint.

Cardinal Schönborn Hands in His Resignation

Cardinal reported at a press conference on personal conversation with Pope Francis on the sidelines of the Amazon Synod.

Edit: don’t expect this evil prelate to leave any time soon. He’s been bulletproof over undeniable evidence he’s covered up for sexual abuse. It’s our suggestion that prelates with sufficient leftist credentials are protected and can even be rehabilitated, unless their offenses are so egregious they can’t be covered up, as is the case with Ex-Cardinal McCarrick.

 Vienna (kath.net/KAP) Christoph Cardinal Schönborn personally handed Pope Francis his resignation during the Amazon Synod in Rome in October.  He emphasized this on Friday at a press conference in Vienna at the end of the autumn plenary assembly of the Bishops' Conference.  According to church law, diocesan bishops must offer their resignation to the pope at the age of 75.  In the case of Schönborn, this would be January 22, 2020. But he did not just want to write a letter, but also use the opportunity at the Synod to personally address this to Pope Francis.  Of course: "The decision is now made by the Pope."  And he thinks that's good too, "that the pope has the last word".

Schönborn confirmed media reports that there are three options.  The pope could immediately accept the resignation, or extend the term of office of the Viennese archbishop for some time, for example, two years, or: Pope Francis accepts the resignation "nunc pro tunc" (= "now for later"), extended at the same time but the term of office for a certain period.  Whenever this resignation will come, relatively soon, or in about two years, "it will come" and it is "an open game".  Naturally, the whole thing was also a "very emotional act" for him, said Schönborn, who has been bishop for 28 years.

 Also in his Freitag-Kolumen in the free newspaper "Heute" Schönborn thematized his near 75th birthday.  "My 75th is approaching, so as is the rule in the Church, I offer my resignation to the Pope, and it is up to him to decide when to retire."  Whenever that will be, he is grateful for both the service and the retirement, for "every year of aging is a gift".  Almost 50 years ago, in 1970, he became a priest.  "To have time for God and the people, that is the meaning of life for me, even after the seventies," said the cardinal.

 Trans: Tancred vekron99@hotmail.com
AMDG

Saturday, November 9, 2019

Imam Wonders Why Pope Doesn’t Preach Christ

Edit: found this from @The_Moccasin_ on Twitter. An Imam is shocked the Pope is telling people they shouldn’t preach Christianity.  Isn’t that his job?



Thanks to Dirk, this from Lifesite.  Bergoglio thinks Catholics who oppose his Synod are “racist”.

In the interview, the pope said, “There are circles and sectors that present themselves as ilustrados[enlightened] — they sequester the proclamation of the gospel through a distorted reasoning that divides the world between ‘civilization’ and ‘barbarism.'”
Pope Francis said, “The idea that the Lord has among his favorites many dark-complexioned people irritates them, it puts them in a bad mood. 
They consider a large part of the human family as a lower-class entity, incapable, according to their standards, of achieving decent levels in spiritual and intellectual life. On this basis, contempt can develop for people considered to be second-rate,” he said, adding that “all this also emerged during the Synod of Bishops for the Amazon.”

AMDG

Thursday, November 7, 2019

Alphabet Media Covering for Powerful Pedophilia Rings

Edit: maybe there are readers who remember the pedophile ring that was making use of a girls’s orphanage involving some 500 victims. Nothing ever became of it that we know, because Red Judges in the Austrian courts quashed it of course, and if the US media is too afraid to cover things which don’t involve Catholic priests, the Austrian media was almost absolutely silent, except for Keri’s.net and Andreas Unterberger.

Now, powerful pedophiles in the world’s elite are being protected by the media. Remember the self-righteousness of Boston Globe when they picked up a ten year old story they recycled from the New York Times? If it’s not about the Catholic Church, it’s not flying. They were even reluctant to report on one of their own, McCarrick, but that’s another story.

Where’s the Pope on this story? He’s worshipping Amazonian idols and progressive gods who mean to destroy the Catholic Faith, it seems.

Shelby Talcott, DCNF. DCNF NBC, ABC and CBS News have all now appeared to run cover for some of the world’s most powerful rape rings, allegedly killing stories and firing employees who tried to expose the outlets.

As three of America’s biggest networks, these outlets have each become embroiled in controversy in 2019 following multiple separate reports that they have played a part in covering up some of the world’s most powerful rape and pedophile rings. 

 The allegations range from killing entire stories outing disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, shutting down an interview detailing accusations against alleged child sex-trafficker Jeffrey Epstein and firing an employee who might have tried to hold an outlet responsible.

AMDG

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Thieves Ram Car Into Oloron Cathedral on Famous Camino Pilgrimage Route

Edit: even as the Bologna School villains are throwing your cultural heritage in the trash, .or fleecing it in various scams, some people value it.

By Brigit Katz SMITHSONIAN.COM NOVEMBER 5, 2019 The ancient town of Oloron-Sainte-Marie is nestled in the southwest corner of France, just north of Spain. One of the town’s prized landmarks is its 12th-century cathedral, which was once a key stopping point for pilgrims traveling to Spain’s Santiago de Compostela. (St. James the Greater, son of the biblical Salome, is believed to be buried at the religious site.)

 Around 2 a.m. Monday morning, Oloron-Sainte-Marie’s famed cathedral became the target of a brazen heist. As Naomi Rea reports for artnet News, three suspects battered their way through the cathedral’s old wooden door using a tree trunk strapped to the front of a car. Local residents awakened by the noise alerted the police, but authorities did not arrive in time to stop the thieves from making off with a horde of historic treasures.

According to Agence France-Pressestolen relics include gold chalices, crosses and ceremonial items, an 18th-century nativity scene, and priestly garments—including a 16th-century cape donated by King Francis I.

AMDG

Sunday, November 3, 2019

Polish Archbishop Declares Aberrosexual Activism is the New Communism


.- The Archbishop of Krakow has compared the LGBT rights movement in Poland to communism. Archbishop Marek Jędraszewski made the comparison in a pastoral letter to the archdiocese released on Sept. 28, as he announced a new initiative to encourage people to pray for Poland. 

In the letter, Jędraszewski said that the LGBT rights movement is “the next great threat to our freedom,” and “of a totalitarian nature.” He said that the movement, like that of communism, stems from a “radical rejection of God.”

“As a consequence of this rejection, a new vision of man is being proclaimed in which he becomes a caricature of himself,” said the archbishop. 

AMDG

Saturday, November 2, 2019

Pope in the catacombs today

Pope to celebrate Mass in Roman catacombs on All Souls Day


Pope Francis is set to visit the Catacombs of Priscilla, in Rome, on Saturday, to mark the Commemoration of all the Faithful Departed with the celebration of Holy Mass.


By Devin Watkins
Large numbers of early Christian martyrs were buried in the Catacombs of Priscilla, which was known as the regina catacumbarum – the “queen of the catacombs”.
At the Angelus on Friday, Pope Francis announced plans to celebrate Mass in this ancient Roman cemetery on Saturday, the feast of All Souls.
“In these days in which there unfortunately circulate negative cultural messages regarding death and the dead, I invite you not to neglect, if possible, a visit and a prayer in a cemetery.”
He called it “an act of faith.”

The Catacombs of Priscilla

The Catacomb of Priscilla, sits on the Via Salaria, with its entrance in the convent of the Benedictine Sisters of Priscilla. It is mentioned in all of the most ancient documents on Christian topography and liturgy in Rome; because of the great number of martyrs buried within it, it was called “regina catacumbarum” – “the queen of the catacombs.”
Originally dug out from the second to fifth centuries, it began as a series of underground burial chambers, of which the most important are the “arenarium” or sand-quarry; the cryptoporticus, (an underground area to get away from the summer heat), and the hypogeum with the tombs of the Acilius Glabrio family. The noblewoman Priscilla, who granted the Church use of the property, was a member of this family; her commemoration is noted on January 16th in the Roman Martyrology, which speaks of her as a benefactor of the Christian community in Rome. This cemetery was lost like all the others after the entrances were blocked to protect it from thievery; however, it was also one of the first to be rediscovered, in the sixteenth-century. A large portion of the funerary inscriptions, sarcophagi, stones and bodies (presumed to be those of martyrs) were subsequently taken away; nevertheless, the catacomb does preserve some particularly beautiful and important paintings, the most significant of which are included on the regular visit.

The Galleries of the Cemetery

Dug into the tuff, a soft volcanic rock used to make bricks and lime, the galleries have a total length of about thirteen kilometres, at various depths. The first level, which is the most ancient, winds along in a series of galleries; the walls are full of “loculi”, the most common kind of tomb. The bodies were laid within them, directly on the dirt, wrapped in a shroud, sprinkled with lime to restrain the normal process of decay, and closed in with pieces of marble, or tiles. Inscriptions were written in Greek or Latin on the tombs, or small objects placed near them to help identify graves with no inscription. Only on this level, where the martyrs were buried, do we find the small rooms known as “cubicula” (“bed chambers”), which were the tombs of wealthier families or of the martyrs themselves. Likewise, we find here the “arcosolia”, another type of tomb for the upper classes, often decorated with paintings of religious subjects. Most of the stories depicted are Biblical, from both the Old and New Testaments, an expression of faith in the salvation and final resurrection obtained for us by Jesus Christ. The stone inscriptions on the tombs are often marked with symbols whose meaning was known to the Christians, but not to the pagans. The best known of these is the fish, the Greek word for which, ICHTHYS, was read as an acronym for the corresponding Greek words that mean “Jesus Christ, Son of God, Saviour.”

The Cubiculum of the Veiled Woman

This room is named for the picture in the semi-circle on the back wall, in which a young woman, wearing a rich purple garment and a veil on her head, lifts up her arms in prayer. On either side of her are two scenes unlike any others among all of the paintings in the various catacombs, probably episodes of her life. In the middle, the Good Shepherd is painted in the Garden of Paradise, amid peacocks and doves. Before this scene, in the arch above the door, the prophet Jonah is shown emerging from the mouth of a sea-monster, a clear expression of faith in the Resurrection. The semi-circle on the left depicts the Sacrifice of Isaac, while on the right are shown the Three Children in the fiery furnace in Babylon; both of these episodes are expressions of faith in God’s salvation, understood by the first Christians as prophecies of the salvation brought by the coming of Christ. These pictures, which are in a remarkably good state of preservation, date back to the second half of the third century.

The Greek Chapel

When this area was found, it was full of dirt that had come down through the light shaft in the ceiling; it is named for the two Greek inscriptions, painted in the right niche, which were the first things seen by its discoverers.
Richly decorated with paintings and stuccos in the Pompeian style, it is formed of three niches for sarcophagi and a long seat for funeral banquets, called “refrigeria” or “agapae”, which were held at the tombs in honor of the dead. The painting in the central arch at the back, on a red background, shows just such a banquet, but with a clear reference to the banquet of the Holy Eucharist, which also was sometimes celebrated by the Christians near venerated tombs. Seven persons are seated at the table, the first of which is breaking the bread as he stretches out his hands; at the sides of the table are seven baskets, a reference to the miraculous multiplication of the loaves and fishes, when Jesus also promised the bread of eternal life.
Several episodes of the Old Testament are also shown: Noah on the ark; Moses making water run from the rock, a prophecy of the saving waters of baptism; the sacrifice of Isaac; and three stories of miraculous deliverance from the book of Daniel (Daniel among the lions; the three children in the furnace; Susanna accused of adultery by the elderly judges in Babylon, and saved by Daniel). Episodes of the New Testament are also depicted, such as the resurrection of Lazarus, and the healing of a paralytic; the former demonstrates Christ’s power over death, the latter His power over sin. The adoration of the Magi is also represented, a very common image in the Christian cemeteries of ancient Rome, symbolizing the universality of salvation, since the Three Kings were the first pagans to adore Christ.     

The Niche with the oldest image in existence of the Virgin Mary           

The image of the Good Shepherd in stucco, (much of which has unfortunately fallen off,) is found on the upper part of a niche which was later expanded into a gallery, most likely because of the presence of a venerated tomb. He is standing among some trees which are stucco on the bottom, but fresco on the top, where we see leaves and red fruits painted in vivid color. On either side of the trees there were two more images, but the one on the left has completely fallen away. On the right is preserved an image of the Virgin Mary with the Child Jesus on her knee; a prophet stands next to her, holding a scroll in his left hand, and pointing to a star with his right. This seems to refer to the prophecy of Balaam, “A star shall rise out of Jacob, and a sceptre shall spring up from Israel” (Numbers 24, 15-17). The presence of the prophet indicates that the Child is the Messiah awaited for many ages.

The Benedictines

Taking the name of Priscilla from the place where it began, the congregation was founded by a devout priest from Bologna, Giulio Belvederi, who was also an archeologist. He was brought to Rome by Pope Pius XI to build not only the new seat of the Pontifical Institute for Christian Archaeology, but also the houses over the entrances to catacombs, which were then being opened up to the general public. This project was undertaken to bring modern Christians closer to these important witnesses to the early faith, and inspire in them a renewal of both love and hope.
To his spiritual daughters, Monsignor Belvederi gave as their community rule that of St. Benedict, which he regarded for its simplicity as the rule closest to the spirit of the Gospel and the way of life of the Apostles. The motto of the Benedictine Order, “Pray and work”, describes the joyful life of a true religious community, a life focused on the praise of God in the celebration of the Mass and Divine Office, and work done in a spirit of humility in the service of the Church.              
The Benedictines arrange for groups to visit the Catacombs, taking care to explain its history and archaeology, but above all its religious value, as a holy place sanctified by the heroic witness of the early Christians, and at times by the shedding of their blood. Their faith is expressed here in these simple pictures, whose value lies not so much in their artistic qualities, as in the beliefs expressed and taught by them.

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