Making Sense of Sensus Catholicus (feb3ssc.htm)

Thursday
February 3, 2005
vol 16, no. 34

A Catholic Pope

Part One


In a follow-up to what we presented last week on How the Jews Changed Catholic Thinking, we present this timely piece by Father James F. Wathen, author of the irrefutable masterpiece The Great Sacrilege, in which he points out that, outside of divine intervention, no one should hold out hope that we will have a truly Catholic Pope coming out of the next Conclave for they have all sold out and apostasized from the True Faith through heresy, jeopardizing their very souls for all eternity. Sadly, the vast majority are so dumbed-down and anesthetized that they cannot see the onrushing flood that will swamp souls, plunging them into hell because of mortal sin.

by
Father James F. Wathen

    "All have accepted what has been patently heretical, false, sinful, shocking, indecorous, and un-Catholic, on the ridiculous and groundless excuse that the Pope is infallible, meaning--to them--that he could do no wrong; and the only sin for which one might fear divine retribution is think otherwise. The result is that they are all in the state of mortal sin and are doomed to hellfire. 'And [God] destroyed all the substance that was upon the earth, from man even to beast, and the creeping things and fowls of the air: and they were destroyed from the earth: and Noe only remained, and they that were with him in the ark' (Genesis 7:23). If you try to tell any of them this, instead of a serious discussion, you get indignation, evasion, and 'a bumís rush' out the door."


    "By this diversion we shall penetrate to its [the papal courtís] very bowels and be sure we shall never come out again until we have gnawed through the entire strength of the place." Protocols of the Learned Elders of Sion, Protocol 17.

    [Observe: Here the Jews do not blush to use the imagery of rats to refer to themselves in the vitals of Holy Church. Among themselves, they are strikingly forthright.]

    Whether the Jews have succeeded in commandeering the papacy, as they envisioned in the Protocols, is a question which may be discussed. From our vantage point, it is difficult to conceive how the Chair of St. Peter can ever be regained by Catholics ("...But with God, all things are possible" [Mt. 19:16] ). None of the cardinals has manifested enough orthodoxy or fortitude to give us the least hope that a true Catholic could be chosen as Pope John Paulís successor.

    The Church continues to suffer the dismaying and tragic pontificate of Pope John Paul II. Throughout his long reign, he has continued with a resolve that has bordered on the diabolical to do all in his power to shame and scandalize and miseducate the Church. We remember that, at the outset, he assured us that he would continue in the footsteps of Pope Paul VI, whom he was honored to refer to as his "father." Thus did he publicize what we "Traditionalist" Catholics accused Pope Paul of doing, of using all the authority and prestige of his office for the Churchís destruction, everything about which he evidently loathed.

    His successor, Pope John, has kept his resolve with the avidity of one possessed. And throughout the years, as a commentary on the woeful condition of Church's membership, with the exception of a few thousand "Traditionalists" (of sundry stripes and hues), eight hundred million Catholics have accepted Pope John Paulís ball and hammer act with the religious servility of the hypnotized. These include priests, bishops, cardinals, religious superiors and theologians (the loudest chorus of all). The lay people have gladly paid the bill, while they have beheld without seeing the precipitous disintegration of the once formidable Catholic Church.

    All have accepted what has been patently heretical, false, sinful, shocking, indecorous, and un-Catholic, on the ridiculous and groundless excuse that the Pope is infallible, meaning--to them--that he could do no wrong; and the only sin for which one might fear divine retribution is think otherwise. The result is that they are all in the state of mortal sin and are doomed to hellfire. "And [God] destroyed all the substance that was upon the earth, from man even to beast, and the creeping things and fowls of the air: and they were destroyed from the earth: and Noe only remained, and they that were with him in the ark" (Genesis 7:23). If you try to tell any of them this, instead of a serious discussion, you get indignation, evasion, and "a bumís rush" out the door.

    The frightful condition of the Catholic masses is explained by the fact that the Second Vatican Council, of set purpose, infected them with Liberalism, as deadly a heresy as any that has attacked the Body of Christ in its two-thousand-year history. This spiritual disease renders its victims either partially or totally incapable of objectivity, moral sensibility, logic, and, often, visibility of concrete reality. They live in a world of denial, delusion, sentimentality, and joyous presumption of moral rectitude and salvation.

    Some "conservative" Catholics, in their starry-eyed optimism, fantasize that at the conclave, which will be held for the election of Pope John Paulís successor, a miracle will happen, and the assembled Princes of the Church will choose out of their number a Catholic. Truly, "conservative" Catholics are a pathetically naive species. If there were a genuine Catholic cardinal in the whole world, we would long ago have heard of him, because, like us, he would have been degraded and disowned. (It should not need to be said that no one is allowed to be a "secret" Catholic. Our Commandments and laws require that we profess and practice our Faith publicly, except in times of physical persecution, when Catholic worship is driven into hiding and exile.) No, the present college of cardinals is all of a stripe, each of them chosen for his proven faithlessness and devotion to the Churchís enemies.

    It would appear, therefore, that, at least for the foreseeable future, that the Jews will enjoy the fulfillment of their ancient dream and plot, so that the papacy continues to serve their purposes, more than Christís.

    On a personal note as to my health; I had my third "chemo" treatment this week. Before, I suffered from a very annoying cough; since, no more coughing. I don't understand, but I am grateful. I continue grateful also that the treatments, thus far, have been accompanied by no violent reactions. As I have remarked before, undoubtedly this is in answer to the prayers of so many in their charity. Again, as I have commented, the bane of my present life is a chronic topor, which I have to strive against, and which everyone here is kind enough to tolerate.

    If I am repetitious in my expressions of gratitude, it is because I continue to be the object of much prayerful concern, encouragement, and financial help. I wish everyone to know that I rely on his continued intercession with almighty God, in the Hearts of Jesus and Mary. Gladly do I send everyone my priestly blessing and assurances of prayers.

In Christ,

Father James Wathen


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    February 3, 2005
    vol 16, no. 34
    Making Sense of Sensus Catholicus