Sunday, September 23, 2018

Bishop “Very Close” to Pope Congratulates Masonic Lodge




(Buenos Aires) An Argentinian bishop and Jesuit congratulated the Masonic lodge of his episcopal city upon its founding. The event itself is spectacular. The bishop, however, is not just any ordinary.



Congratulation of the bishop: "Keep working in the service of humanity and universal brotherhood.

The Bishop of Lomas de Zamora, Msgr. Jorge Rubén Lugones, sent to the Masonic Lodge "Giuseppe Mazzini" No. 118 his "congratulations" on the 126th anniversary of its founding.

The letter is dated 11th September and was addressed by the Bishop to Mr. Martin Sarubbi of the "Venerable Lodge Giuseppe Mazzini No. 118.”

Bishop Rubén Lugones, like Pope Francis, belongs to the Jesuit Order. Along with "cordial greetings" he wrote to the lodge brothers:

"May this celebration encourage you to continue to work for your ideals of love, service to humanity, and universal brotherhood.”

With great satisfaction, the lodge published the letter on September 17 on Facebook:

"Today we received this greeting from the diocese of Lomas de Zamora. We publicly thank you for the reverence and reaffirm our commitment to work together for greater freedom, equality and fraternity by setting aside anachronistic differences. "

By "anachronistic differences" is meant the ecclesiastical prohibition of the lodge membership for Catholics. Since the founding of Freemasonry 300 years ago, the Church has been teaching its incompatibility with the Catholic faith because of its grave, ideological differences.

Who is Bishop Jorge Rubén Lugones?

Bishop Ruben Lugones with Pope FrancisBishop Ruben Lugones with Pope Francis




The 66-year-old bishop was born in the state of Buenos Aires. In 1999, Pope John Paul II appointed him Bishop of Nueva Orèn. He was consecrated by Jorge Mario Bergoglio, then Archbishop of Buenos Aires. Since 2008 he has been Bishop of Lomas de Zamora. At the Argentine Episcopal Conference he is a member of the Commission for the Pastoral Care of Indians and for the Commission for Social Affairs.

The journalist Sergio Rubin, longtime confidant and first biographer of the current Pope, described Jorge Rubén Lugones as "close to the pope" in the Argentine daily Clarin last June.

The Lodge Giuseppe Mazzini no. 118

The lodge Giuseppe Mazzini No. 118 describes itself as a "philanthropic, philosophical and progressive society". On their website, it says:

"Freemasonry is an initiate, esoteric, elitist, and knightly order that seeks to develop the ethical, moral, and spiritual enrichment of its members."

And further:

"Faith in a God whom it calls the Great Builder of the Universe, along with love, service to humanity and universal brotherhood, forms the foundations of our system."

Symbol of the lodge Giuseppe Mazzini no. 118




According to the lodge's website, the Masonic "system" means "an educational, philosophical, traditional and symbolic system", "seeking knowledge to reach the truth". However, this "truth" does not mean the Christian truth, or more precisely, the truth personified in Jesus Christ ("I am the truth") in the Christian understanding. Rather, Freemasonry was founded precisely because it rejects the Christian (divine) offer of truth, and instead seeks a hidden truth independently of it.

The decoupling of Freemasonry from Christianity is described as follows:

"It does not prohibit or impose a religious belief or practice on its members."

Judgment of the Church about Freemasonry unchanged

The congratulation of Bishop Jorge Rubén Lugones took place despite the repeated condemnation of Freemasonry by the Church, most recently in 1983 by the Roman Congregation of the Faith under its then prefect Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger:

 "Judgment of the church unchanged
The question was raised as to whether the Church's judgment on Freemasonry has changed due to the fact that the new CIC does not explicitly mention it as the earlier one.

This Congregation is able to answer that this fact is based on the same editorial criterion as for other associations, which were also not mentioned, because they are integrated into broader categories.

The Church's negative verdict on Masonic unions remains unchanged because its principles have always been considered inconsistent with the doctrine of the Church, and therefore its membership in them is prohibited. Believers belonging to Masonic associations are thus in a state of grave sin and can not receive Holy Communion.

Authorities of the local Church are not entitled to comment on the nature of Masonic unions in a judgment overriding the above, in accordance with the declaration of this Congregation of 17 February 1981 (see AAS 73/1981; Pp. 240-241).

Pope John Paul II confirmed this declaration, which was adopted at the ordinary session of this Congregation, in the audience granted to the undersigned Cardinal Prefect and ordered its publication.

Rome, at the seat of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, 26 November 1983.
Joseph Cardinal RATZINGER
Prefect"
Master of the chair Martin Sarubbi (sitting on the right)Master of the chair Martin Sarubbi (sitting on the right)



Giuseppe Mazzini

Freemasonry is considered the declared enemy of the Church. Her urgent goals include the suppression of the Church ch’s influence on people. In doing so, it concretely fights Catholic morality. The role of Freemasonry in the anti-Semitic incitement of the Enlightenment and in the French Revolution is well documented. The same applies to a great extent to their role in the nineteenth century in combating and destroying the Papal States.

The high-grade freemason Giuseppe Mazzini (1805-1872), after whom the lodge no. 118 is named, is a telling example of the revolutionary spirit of the lodge brothers and their hostility towards the Church. In Genoa in 1827, he experienced his Masonic initiation. At the beginning of the 1830s, during his imprisonment in Savona, he was awarded the 32nd degree, which was a prerequisite for being admitted to the level of the "Highest Revenge" in the Carboneria secret society. In 1866 he was awarded the 33rd degree. At the same time he was admitted to the Supreme Council of the Scottish Rite. As a Republican and Antimonarchist, he also had to leave Italy, united in 1861, and lived in exile in London. In 1870, when the military struggle against the Papal State reached its final phase, he immediately returned to Italy and organized new unrest. Because of his rejection of the monarchy, he had to leave Italy again after the successful destruction of the Papal State. Shortly before his death in 1872, his Catholic sister tried to persuade him to do penance, to repent and return to the Church. He answered her, "I have no regrets." He died on March 10, 1872 without spiritual assistance under a false name in the mansion of a lodge brother and surrounded by leading Masons. Such a ritual not only happens as a farewell, but is intended to prevent the dying man from becoming "weak" on his death bed, and returning to the faith of the archenemy, the Church.

More recently, several former Masons have left  books offering a glimpse behind the scenes of the lodges.

A more in-depth analysis was provided in 2009 by sociologist and columnist Lorenz Jäger with his study, "Behind the Grand Orient. Freemasonry and revolutionary movements." [Not available in English. At least not on Amazon.] 

Wreath with lodge symbol: Award by the lodge no. 118




An illuminating insight, albeit dressed in a historical novel, is also offered in 2015 by the lawyer Norbert Nemeth, club director of the liberal parliamentary club in the Austrian National Council (comparable to the parliamentary executive director of a parliamentary group with the difference that the club director is not a member of parliament) entitled, "In the shadow of Gracchus".

Because of the proximity of Bishop Rubén Lungone's SJ to Pope Francis, one can not expect a reaction from Rome to the unusual writing and the thus celebrated rapprochement between Church and lodge.

The aforementioned books can be purchased through our book partner in German. (Not available in English yet.)

Text: Giuseppe Nardi
Image: Facebook / Clarin / Adoracion y Liberacion (Screenshots)
Trans: Tancred vekron99@hotmail.com
AMDG

6 comments:

George Cherucheril said...

Rise up laity and depose this demonic Bishop. Our Lady warned us about freemasonry infiltrating the Church.

JBQ said...

It is my understanding that at the highest levels of Masonry that they pledge loyalty to the "enlightened angel" who is Lucifer. Free Masonry is in the forefront of the unification of all religions and the creation of a new one world religion of a "new world order". This is all logical in tone.---- However without a "concept of good and evil", there are major problems with the role of the Christ as our Redeemer. He is no longer necessary and the French Revolution makes perfect sense as a stabilizing force in our society. Logic without love and caring just does not make sense.---There is no doubt that Francis is an extremely intelligent and "enlightened" individual. He has made it clear that he is out to destroy the Church and then to create a new one within the concept of the New World Order.----In order to understand his goals, you have to read two other Jesuits. The philosophy of Teilhard de Chardin and evolutionary belief is in the forefront. You can read the blueprint in the writings of Malachi Martin.

Anonymous said...

That bishop looks like he could be the brother of Pope Francis - they look so much alike.

Qoheleth said...

Bishop Lagones appears to be making the international Illuminati sign with his hands.

Anonymous said...

Well, Pope Francis "the devil" and his China policy just blew up in his face!

According to the AP today, Monday Sept. 24th, no sooner was the ink dry on the Vatican/Communist China declaration on the Chinese Catholic Church, that all the Catholic Chinese bishops there stood up and pledged their loyalty.....to the PARTY (COMMUNIST PARTY).Not to the Pope, or the Vatican, or to the Catholic Faith, but to the Party.
So much for the generations of Chinese Catholics and bishops,priests,nuns and others who remained loyal to the Pope and Vatican and suffered imprisionment, tortute, and martyrdom for the Faith. Pope Francis, his parasite Secretary of State Parolin, and all the others are destroying the Catholic Faith in China and everywhere. They just betrayed the people who have suffered for 75 years for the Faith.
A Courageous Pope like Pope Pius XII (who condemned the Communist Chinese) would never have bowed to the Communists, or accepted their state appointed bishops.
I remember watching on an old British Pathe film newsreel a special prayer ceremony in Saint Peter's Square Pius XII called for to pray for those suffering under the tyranny of Communism, in Europe and China. The newsreel said that nearly 500,000 people filled Saint Peter's Square and prayed with this great Pope as he stood in the balcony of the Basilica. He was a true Pope. All this accommodating AND appeasement of Communists began with John XXIII and has continued.
Francis is on his way out due to the priest-pedophile/homosexual scandals that have degraded and shamed the Church and the Vatican....but this adds another nail in his coffin.
Cardinal Zen is right. Both Pope Francis and Cardinal Parolin should be forced to resign.

Damian Malliapalli

Tancred said...

It’s an odd posture for sure.

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