WHY ONE CANNOT, IN GOOD FAITH, ATTEND THE NOVUS ORDO |
Naturally few heard of Archbishop Dwyer. Why? For the very reason he resisted the revolution he was not promoted by the VaticantwoArians. It is a pattern that has followed for 40 years. Speak out against the non-Catholic, Protestant and pan-religious agenda of The New Order and you are shunted to the hinterlands never to be heard from again; while those who have compromised their principles and the One True Faith are promoted to the highest echelons. No wonder the current College of Cardinals more resembles a cesspool than Princes of the Church. It bodes ill will for the next successor to the Primacy. And yet, it reinforces all the more the hope and promise that no matter how badly things have sunk to, Christ will not let the gates of hell prevail. It may well take Divine intervention but we must stay the course and, as today's Gospel asserts, sow the good seed. The seeds of Modernism will soon be blown to the winds, ill winds never to be heard from again. Thank God. Cardinal Alfredo Ottaviani and Cardinal Antonio Baccion September 25, 1969, when there were still good Cardinals left, warned of this inThe Ottaviani Intervention
While the Pope didn't listen for the confirmed 33rd Degree Mason Annibale Bugnini had his ear and heart, he and the church of Vatican II have indeed "incurred the wrath of God and the Holy Apostles Peter and Paul." Father
James Wathen could see this so clearly over 30 years ago and warned of all this in his irrefutable masterpiece
The Great Sacrilege proving the immediate
devastations that had occurred in just the few years of the New Order.
Imagine then nearly 33 years later! Tragic!
This is the forty-sixth of 62 reasons submitted by the Priests
of Campos on Easter Sunday 1982 and endorsed by the late great
Bishop Antonio de Castro Mayer. Each day we will publish
one of the 62 until they're all complete.
Because along with the New Mass goes also a new catechism, a new morality, new prayers, new Code of Canon law, new calendar, -- in a word, a NEW CHURCH, a complete revolution from the old. "The liturgical reform ... do not be deceived, this is where the revolution begins." (Msgr. Dwyer, Archbishop of Birmingham, spokesman of Episcopal Synod)