Be no afraid to Speak/Part 1
The Gall of the St. Gallen Mafia
Darkness descended onto Piazza di San Pietro into the evening hours of March 13, 2013, as the successor to the resigned Benedict XVI, was introduced to the Catholic Church.
Invited onto the balcony, a mere arm’s length from the new Pontiff, Cardinal Godfried Danneels surveyed the massive crowd during the announcement of the papal election of Jorge Bergoglio. There, on the Loggia of St. Peter’s, he stood, sending a message with his smug triumphant gaze.
Rewarded for his unstinting loyalty and ecclesial political prowess, he stands prominently with the Pontiff, as an acknowledgement from his peers that Danneels’ handpicked choice is finally elevated to the Chair of St. Peter.
Decked out in his ceremonial scarlet, Belgian Cardinal Danneels proudly stood as the victorious mastermind behind the clandestine St. Gallen group of European prelates who plotted since 1996 to elect a radical reformer pope. Early on, the St. Gallen group identified their prime papal contender as Jorge Bergoglio of Argentina, confident that he would radically transform and modernize the Catholic Church in their image and likeness. They kept their scheme and racket carefully under wraps.
They nearly won the turf war in 2005 when John Paul II died. The St. Gallen group scrambled for their opportunity to install their man, yet fell short. Their papal politicking tallied a second place papal ballot finish for Bergoglio, but ultimately he lost out to the conservative Car dinal Ratzinger. Media reports state that the St. Gallen group never met after 2006. Perhaps, they never met again in St. Gallen, or possibly they changed their name and met elsewhere.
Frustration was building. They were running out of precious time, as the St. Gallen group aged and, more importantly, Jorge Bergoglio was rapidly growing too old for papabile. The dream of modernizing the Church was slipping through their ecclesial fingers. Worst of all, a relatively healthy Benedict occupied the Chair of Peter as an impenetrable impediment to their plans.
Apart from the devil, there is no more unforgiving enemy, than random Father Time.
The clock was ticking. Without divine intervention, Benedict appeared firmly ensconced in the Seat of Peter. The St. Gallen Prelates couldn’t wait another 3 or 4 years for his earthly demise. Besides Cardinal Bergoglio was already 76, and soon, he would be too old to be elected Pope.
Then, the unthinkable happened. Lightening struck St. Peter’s. “You can’t hide the thunderbolt. When it hits you, everybody can see it. Christ, man, don’t be ashamed of it, some men pray for the thunderbolt. You’re a very lucky fellow.” ~Mario Puzo,The Godfather
Lightning struck, when Pope Benedict, the man who had stood in the way of Bergoglio’s papal fortunes, abdicated the throne of Peter. With a crack of thunder out of the dark blue sky, the long-awaited plans of St. Gallen would enfold behind the conclave curtain.
Danneels and his St. Gallen co-conspirators quickly and skillfully engineered the election of their designated pope-in-waiting, the Cardinal of Buenos Aires. Bergoglio was elected Pope by the College of Cardinals, and the rest, is heresy.
Having successfully engineered their papal takeover, Cardinal Danneels couldn’t contain his bravado. The pompous prelate needed public credit for his masterful plot. At the release of his biography, the Belgian Cardinal broke the cardinal (‘scuse the pun) rule of Omertà, the strict code of silence, by proudly bragging that the St. Gallen group anointed Bergoglio. Daneels laughingly disclosed at the book press conference that the St. Gallen group was dubiously christened by the group as the “mafia.”
For nearly 2 decades, this secret cabal schemed and plotted to install Jorge Bergolio of Buenos Aires as the 266th pontiff to drastically reform the Catholic Church.
Godfried, the Godfather sought acclaim for the Bergoglio election, thus demonstrating the famous line of the Godfather, “vanity is my favorite sin.”
What does it say about the papal selection of Bergoglio that one of his chief promoters characterizes the papal plotters as mafia?
What kind of man, a Prince of the Church, no less, flippantly brags about being a member of the St. Gallen group which he describes as the ‘mafia’?
What kind of man, a Cardinal, proudly proclaims that he and his clandestine group of prelates named themselves after the violent criminal organization that kills for money and power, terrorizes and blackmails ordinary citizens, and dominates with murderous savagery and intimidation?
What kind of papabile surrounds himself with supporters who boast that they are the mafia?
What manner of high Church officials call themselves the mafia, after the criminal organization that strong arms the weak, silences the vocal, and flexes political muscle with intimidation?
It’s not the first time that Danneels, the Bergoglio kingmaker and St. Gallen Don, tried to silence a victim. In 2010, he attempted to cover up years of sex abuse involving his close friend and fellow bishop. Worse yet, the child abuser was the victim’s uncle, Roger Vangheluwe, Bishop of Bruges, Belgium. In the meeting with the victim, the intimidating Cardinal Danneels directed the abuse victim to remain silent about the abuse and “ask for forgiveness” and to “acknowledge your own guilt.”
Danneels got caught covering up this clergy sex scandal when the victim secretly recorded the conversation (a successful government tactic often used against the mafia). Over the years, Danneels honed his intimidation skills to silencing victims and covering up clergy abuse. Yet the powerful Cardinal suffered no consequences and continued to plot and scheme for the election of Jorge Bergoglio as Pope.
This man fears no one and is not constrained by Church doctrine, biblical teaching or the Magisterium, all of which he swore to uphold in his episcopal vows. Despite that solemn vow, Danneels encouraged the Belgian King to sign an abortion law and supported a gay marriage amendment in Belgium. Yet, despite Danneels’ public scandals, Francis chooses him as his personal representative to the Synod on the Family!
Loyalty is the most prized virtue in the Mafia, “Loyalty is everything, Loyalty is royalty,” apparently, also among the Princes of the Church.
Others of the St. Gallen members have been rewarded for their loyalty to Jorge Bergoglio: in particular, German Cardinal Walter Kasper who serves as powerful doctrinal capo in the Francis papacy.
The haunting question still lingers: what caused Pope Benedict to abdicate?
Did the St. Gallen Mafia put heat on Ratzinger to step down?
Did the Mafia Monsignors make Benedict an offer he couldn’t refuse?
Did the St. Gallen Mafia strong arm Benedict?
Did they blackmail Benedict?
Pope Francis remains in the Seat of Peter, as the hand picked choice of the St. Gallen Mafia.
In every mafia, there lurks a mole, a man with a nagging conscience.
Someone knows what happened the night that lightening struck St. Peter’s.
Be not afraid to speak.
Source : remnantnewspapers.com
My Comment : Be not afraid to speak.
Be not afraid to Speak/Part 2
My Comment : My traduction from Italian to English :
“There is currently (in progress) a heavy pressure on Pope Benedict XVI to get from him an act of uncritical submission to Bergoglio, Praying for him”
Socci is well informed and from my part, I can only confirm his concern, read more :
Is Francis the last Pope? A rare interview with Archbishop Gänswein
This is the current situation but let me add few words only, their time will end in 2017 then hell and remember always, it’s a great honor living these dark times, your Rosary is your “weapon”, Pray it each day and do not forget to pray for me as well, thank you.
Be no afraid to Speak/Part 3
Pope taps Cupich for key bishops-making panel
By naming Archbishop Blase Cupich of Chicago to the Vatican’s all-important Congregation for Bishops, Pope Francis effectively has positioned him, in tandem with Cardinal Donald Wuerl of Washington, D.C., to be the American “kingmakers” on this pope’s Watch.
Pope Francis on Thursday named Archbishop Blase Cupich of Chicago to the Vatican’s all-important Congregation for Bishops, in effect positioning the Chicago prelate to help shape the next generation of bishops in the United States and around the world.
The Congregation for Bishops is composed of roughly 30 senior prelates from around the world, and is the body that submits recommendations for new bishops’ appointments to the pope. Although the final decision is always up to the pontiff, with relatively few exceptions, popes generally accept the panel’s recommendations.
As a result, the Congregation for Bishops is widely considered among the two or three most influential departments in the Vatican, and generally appointing someone as a member is a sign that they have the favor of the present pope.
The congregation is presently led by Cardinal Marc Ouellet of Canada, who was appointed to the role by emeritus Pope Benedict XVI.
The appointment does not mean Cupich will leave his position in Chicago, although it will likely mean more frequent travel to Rome for meetings of the congregation. Those meetings are generally held on a monthly basis, though not every member attends them all.
By tapping Cupich, Francis has extended his effort to put a more moderate-to-progressive stamp on the Congregation for Bishops, and, by extension, the global episcopacy.
In December 2013, Francis removed several members of the congregation seen as more conservative, including Cardinals Raymond Burke of the United States and Mauro Piacenza of Italy, replacing them with twelve new figures perceived as more centrist and pastoral.
Among that crop was Cardinal Donald Wuerl of Washington, D.C., who had also been tapped by Francis as a member of the drafting committee for the final documents of his two Synods of Bishops on the family.
At 67, Cupich is poised to be a member of the Congregation for Bishops for a long run, potentially until he turns 80.
Although each member of the congregation gets a vote on every bishops’ nomination to come before it, the informal practice over the years has been to defer to the members from a particular country when a position opens up in that country.
During the Benedict XVI years, that practice often meant that Cardinal Justin Rigali, a former secretary to the Congregation for Bishops, was effectively the American “kingmaker,” meaning the prelate with the most behind-the-scenes influence on bishops’ picks.
Today, Wuerl and Cupich seem positioned to play that “kingmaker” role under Pope Francis.
Since becoming Pope Francis’ surprise pick for Chicago in September 2014, Cupich has carved out a profile as a leader of the moderate-to-progressive camp in the Church.
During the 2015 Synod of Bishops, for instance, Cupich distanced himself from some of his fellow American prelates who had expressed concerns about the synod process, and also called for greater inclusion of “marginalized” groups in the synod’s deliberations, such as gays and lesbians.
Cupich also suggested support for calls to allow divorced and civilly remarried Catholics to return to Communion in individual cases, following a process of discernment.
In the wake of the recent Orlando massacre, Cupich was among the American bishops who explicitly mentioned “our gay and lesbian brothers and sisters” in his statement on the attack, calling for stepped-up efforts to promote tolerance.
Cupich, who’s of Croatian ancestry, is a native of Omaha, Nebraska, and previously served as the bishop of both Rapid City, South Dakota, and Spokane, Washington.
My Comment : Time to resist them.
Be no afraid to Speak/Part 4
Socci: It appears the Bergoglian Inquisition is winning (at the moment)
by Antonio Socci
I don’t know if you have noticed, but there is no longer one single counter-current voice in the [Italian]mass-media which reports truthfully what is happening under the Bergoglian regime in the Church. We are under an oppressive Argentine dictatorship.
Those who disturb the Bergoglian Power would appear not to have any right to speak in the media. Even the most important Catholic intellectuals, who criticised Amoris laetitia severely (such as Spaemann, Grygiel and Seifert, close collaborators of John Paul II and Benedict XVI) have remained invisible in the [Italian] media. Their severe criticisms have been silenced. Even the explosive discourse of May 21st by Monsignor Gaenswein – Benedict XVI’s secretary and right-hand man – is virtually unobtainable in the media. Just like the critical voices of some theologians, bishops and cardinals.
TOTAL CENSURESHIP. SOMETHING NEVER SEEN BEFORE. IS IT POSSIBLE THAT WE HEAR NO VOICE RAISED IN DENOUNCING THE DICTATORSHIP IMPOSED IN PRAISE AND GLORY OF THE “MERCIFUL” ARGENTINE?
We still have the net – it’s true. Thank heaven here it’s still possible to write and read the factual truth. And already some Bergoglian clerics are launching anathemas at the net itself, since they are unable to control it and impose their muzzle there as well.
A friend has observed that it’s very sad indeed as this Argentine dictatorship is being imposed without the least critical reaction, not even on the part of the laity.
Yet, this is an ingenuous observation as it’s precisely the lay secular-media that are the most unrestrained supporters of Bergoglio. They have finally found the one in whom they can realize their dream: the destruction of the Catholic Church. So it is quite obvious they are skinning their hands in applause and in support of him as they silence the opposing voices of the Catholic Resistance.
There is, however, some news to add to this: the Resistance shall win, because Christ shall win. You can be sure of it. It shall not be heresy and apostasy that prevail. Even if they have all the earthly power today.
Today it seems those who want to liquidate the Catholic Faith are winning hands down, but the King of Heaven will make visible the triumph of the Immaculate Heart of Mary.
For this reason, today, we appeal to Our Mother also for the conversion of those who are oppressing the Church and collaborating in the destruction of God’s work. We pray for the persecutors, for the salvation of their souls.
And let us pray to Our Lady, that She may protect our souls from falsehood and cowardice. Let our entire life and selves be under the mantle of Her Maternal gaze. We entrust everything to Her, She, Who is the Help of Christians and the Queen of Victories.
My Comment : Let’s Pray.
Be no afraid to Speak/Part 5
Next synod likely to focus on ordaining married men
In response to acute priest shortages around the world, Pope Francis may well decide that his next Synod of Bishops should focus on ministry — including the question of whether married men could be ordained to celebrate the sacraments, in effect creating a parallel priesthood.
Some are saying that pastoral ministries will the topic for the next synod, likely to be scheduled for 2018-19.
My Comment : here we go, we should listen also liberals sometimes as Crux and Vatican insider for example, they have good sources and open doors to ” the Bishop in white”, I will not waste my time reading their article, as we know there is no hell but a merciful God only and I was already aware of a possible new Synod about Priesthood via Magister last year as below :
But the timing is very interesting to me as this new Synod will be the 18th, let me go back few years ago when I was informed via some sources of an important Synod before the Garabandal Warning (the Video Below) then it became a fact around the Net, that time I thought it could be the last one (2014-2015), the so called Synod on the Family, in fact and as we know today, the main focus was about the Eucharist, then I was informed later as indicated online, that we could have 1 more and probably the last one, so the next one according to some leaks could be about Prieshood, strangely after the Eucharist yesterday so probably Prieshood tomorrow, the 2 main topics in Garabandal via the Lady of the Carmel, so if confirmed, we may have the prophesied Synod with the calendar just ahead and matching by “the merest chance” my own calendar as well, thank you.