You Suggest: Sung Requiem Mass for All Souls in Philadelphia
You Suggest: Sung Requiem Mass for All Souls in Philadelphia
Tue, 23 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0000
A couple of days ago, Archbishop Viganò released a new statement making clear that there are people in the Vatican who know and have the documents to show he is telling the truth about the Pope's knowledge of the evilness of McCarrick and his promotion of the latter to the position of kingmaker.

He particularly called upon Cardinal Ouellet, Prefect of the Congregation for Bishops, to make the truth known.

As is well known in commonsensical daily life, a person who is accused of evil deeds but continually merely accuses the accuser as evil is usually hiding something. The innocent may use all measures to make the truth known and show that they are innocent, or they may indeed keep silent, but they usually don't get rattled accusing the accuser with snide and indirect remarks.

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No, this Pope has much to hide, which is why Viganò has gotten under his skin so much. So, today, in another sign of his pent-up anger, the Bishop of Rome joined great traditions (the daily Rosary in October, ended with Sub Tuum Praesidium and the short prayer to St. Michael the Archangel) in an indirect attempt to once again accuse Viganò of being the "the Great Accuser" (that is the devil), or an agent of the devil: he asked today all Catholics to pray the daily Rosary in October, followed by both prayers.

The stonewalling continues: we know you covered up for McCarrick, Danneels, and others, Francis! 

Regardless of his motives, of course we will pray: more prayer is always good! We will pray the Rosary every day in October, as we do every day of the year, we will pray the Sub Tuum Praesidium, we will pray the prayer that only Traditionalist Catholics kept alive during the decades following the Council, Sancte Michaël Archangele: let Truth ring through every land!


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