Since faith is one, it must be professed in all its purity and integrity". Pope Francis/Pope Benedict

Thursday, 22 March 2018

Pink Swastika Rising: Homosexuality and Nazism

Homosexuality is mentioned in Sacred Scriptures as being a result of denying God. In the Book to the Romans, St. Paul identifies homosexual practices as a result of ungodliness. "They changed the truth of God for a lie". 

St. John Chrysostom, in his Homilies on the Book to the Romans, underscores this foundation of homosexuality: "But if you say, and whence came this intensity of lust? It was from the desertion of God".

St. Jude, likewise, links homosexuality to ungodliness: "So with Sodom and Gomorrha and the cities round them, which fell into the same debauchery as their neighbours and pursued unnatural lust; they bear, for our warning, their sentence of eternal fire...Godless and sinners, with how many ungodly acts they have defied God, with how many rebellious words have they blasphemed him". 

Homosexuality is a spiritual disease. It is ungodliness manifested in unnatural and perverse sexual behaviour, that inverts and mocks God's order of Creation: male and female He created them. 

Against this backdrop that reveals homosexuality as rebellion against God, we can now explore the bond between homosexuality and Nazism. 

The Nazi movement was, from its very origins, heavily indebted to homosexual occultists and homosexual Greco-Roman pagan ideology. In 19th century Germany, along with German idealism and rationalism, there was a revival of paganism (both Hellenist and Norse) and gnostic occultism. Homosexuals were very influential in both movements, and they would pave the way for the fusing of German philosophy, neo-paganism, homoeroticism and emerging racialist ideology. The ideal of the ultra-masculine, homoerotic warrior, as exemplified in the SS, the Gestapo and the Brown Shirts (SA) was created in the 19th century. 

Two leading homosexuals of the 19th century who had a profund influence on the birth of Nazism need to be mentioned.

Guido von List (1848-1919) was an occultist, who also worshiped Wotan. A notorious pedophile, his ideas would influence other occult groups, such as the Thule Society, to which belonged such Nazi homosexual luminaries, such as Rudolf Hess and Dietrich Ekart. von List also influenced the ideas of the more famous occultist Aleister Crowley, who can be said to be the main driving force behind modern day occultism and sexual perversion in the post-War world.

The second homosexual was Jorg Lanz von Liebenfels (1874-1954), who was expelled from the seminary for homosexual activity. He would eventually fuse his form of occultism with racialism, which included a special hatred of Jewish people.

The pompous, blustering Ernst Roehm, and sadistic murderer, Gerhard Rossbach, the creators of the SA, were both notorious homosexuals, and their organization was top heavy in so-called "butch", homosexual warriors. Other very prominent homosexuals in the Nazi Party included sadist, Julius Streicher, who was dismissed by Nuremberg school authorities for pedophile activities, and Hans Frank, the so-called "Butcher of Poland".  The "Fuhrer" was himself a rabid homosexual, whose virtual entire personal staff (body guards and chauffeurs were homosexuals). High ranking Nazis in Hitler's inner circle were also either bisexual or homosexual. So open was the homosexuality of the Nazi leadership, that the Italians (who had been spying in Berlin during the early and mid thirties) mockingly referred to it as "the German disease". 

The key to this, is to understand that Nazism was founded by men who were godless pagans, who had an alternate religion  (to be more accurate an anti-religion). Having rejected the one, true God, they turned to idols. As Sacred Scripture teaches us, having rejected God, it is only inevitable that sexual perversion follow. 

The sexual deviants of Nazism had a gnostic, pagan religion. They believed they were enlightened, they believed they formed a super-race, supermen; they believed that ultra-masculine, homosexual warriors were the highest of the Aryan super-race. It would be these gnostic ideas that would carry over into the homosexual infiltration of Christianity. It would be these ideas that would result in the blasphemous conception of a "Gay Christ" (Our Lord Jesus Christ and St. John); of the belief that David and Jonathan were secret homosexual lovers; that homosexuality is "God's gift" to mankind, etc. 

Part 2 (to follow) : Pink Swastika Rising ~ the Homo-Gnostic Religion 

Wednesday, 21 March 2018

The Metoo Movement refuses to address the Sexual Revolution

Tragic young women who have no idea what it is to be a daughter of God 

Women cannot be truly liberated, unless they turn to Jesus Christ. How many women Our Lord liberated during His three year Ministry! Such was His liberating power, that it was the women who stood at the foot of the Cross. They were the ones who did not fear the Jews and Romans who had conspired to crucify the Lord of Glory. 

In a world rejecting Our Lord, can we be surprised that the relationship between men and women has deteriorated? Should we be surprised if, having rejected Christ, most men and women end up behaving in a sexually depraved manner? The primordial relationship was damaged by Original Sin: man and woman can only truly meet in, and through Our Lord Jesus Christ. 

The tragedy of the #metoo movement is that it rejects Our Lord. With this rejection comes the rejection of His teachings on the sanctity of human sexuality. 

The debasement of women has been drastically accelerated by the so-called Sexual Revolution: divorce, contraception, abortion, free "love... women's increased consumption of pornography. 

Asia Argento: a proponent of sexual liberation

The #metoo movement, in an ever increasing sexualization and objectification of women, has been silent on the sexual promiscuity of women, but it has been very vocal about abortion and contraception. It has been silent about the huge increase of pornography consumption by women. 

The so-called "Women's March", did nothing to halt the sexualization and objectification of women, but rather, through its support for abortion, contraception, deviant sexual practices, furthered moral decay. The "Women's March", has nothing to do with a return to Christian morality. In their dress, their manners, their language, their promiscuity, women (not all, thank God), are presenting themselves as hyper-sexualized beings who want "sex" as recreation. They want "sex" separated from union and from openness to life. Men (not all, thank God) are very aware of this, and most take advantage of this. 

What a tragedy that young women want to be "sluts"

The most immediate result of sexual promiscuity is the enormous increase in venereal diseases: Chlamydia, Gonorrhea are rampant amongst young women, not to mention young men. Another result is that  the majority of women have had multiple (mostly via abortifacients) abortions. A woman using the Pill can have easily three abortions in a single year. How many tens of millions of women have innocent blood on their hands? 

The fiasco of Harvey Weinstein actually helped expose the hypocrisy of the #meetoo movement. Wealthy, powerful women (such as Asia Argento, pictured above) complained about sexual exploitation by the former Hollywood producer, yet the actresses who have come forward present themselves as sexualized women, who promote lifestyles and moral choices that are anything but in conformity with Christian morality. No, the #metoo movement is a dead-end. 

Without Christ, there can be no true liberation of women. Please pray for young women especially those caught in sexual promiscuity that they may break free of this vice and become the true women that Our Lord calls them to be. 

Tuesday, 20 March 2018

Cardinal Collins: "Even one of the Twelve betrayed Him"

As we enter deeper into Lent, let us recall the words of Cardinal Collins warning us how easily sin and betrayal can enter the Church, enter us. We are, as Cardinal Collins says, looking at the mystery of iniquity when we see someone who had the Gift of Faith, betray Our Lord. 

Monday, 19 March 2018

St. Joseph: Patron of Canada ~ Pray for Us

Pope Pius IX's decree Quemadmodum Deus, of 1870 that declared St. Joseph as Patron of the Universal Church. St. Joseph is also the Patron of Canada. As we see from the Decree of Blessed Pius IX, one major motivation was to call upon St. Joseph to defend the Church against Her enemies. Today, the Church not only faces attacks from Her traditional enemies: the Synagogue of Satan and Freemasonry, but She suffers even greater blows from within by those whom should be Her greatest advocates and protectors, clergy who have lost the Gift of Faith. 

Let us therefore re-double our prayers and devotion to St. Joseph. To all Canadian readers, a blessed and most holy Feast Day to you!

As God appointed Joseph, son of the Patriarch Jacob, over all the land of Egypt to store up corn for the people, so, when the fullness of time was come, and He was about to send to earth His only-begotten Son, the Savior of the world, He chose another Joseph, of whom the first had been the type, and He made him Lord and Ruler of His household and possessions, the Guardian of His greatest treasures.

And Joseph espoused the Immaculate Virgin Mary, of whom was born by the Holy Ghost, Jesus Christ our Lord, who deigned to be reputed before men as the Son of Joseph, and was subject to him. And Him whom so many kings and prophets desired to see, Joseph not only saw, but abode with, and embraced with paternal affection, and kissed, yea, and most sedulously nourished, even Him whom the faithful should receive as the Bread come down from Heaven, that they might obtain eternal life.

On account of this sublime dignity which God conferred on His most faithful Servant, the Church has always most highly honoured and lauded the Most Blessed Joseph next after his spouse, the Virgin Mother of God, and has implored his intercession in all her great necessities.

And now that in this most sorrowful time the Church herself is beset by enemies on every side and oppressed by heavy calamities, so that impious men imagine that the gates of hell are at length prevailing against her, the Venerable Prelates of the whole Catholic world have presented to the Sovereign Pontiff their own petitions and those of the faithful confided to their care, praying that he would vouchsafe to constitute St. Joseph Patron of the Catholic Church.

Moreover, when at the Sacred Ecumenical Council of the Vatican they renewed still more fervently this their petition and prayer, Our Most Holy Lord, Pius IX, Pope, moved thereto by recent deplorable events, was pleased to comply with the desires of the Prelates, and to commit to the most powerful patronage of the Holy Patriarch Joseph both himself and all the faithful and solemnly declared him Patron of the Catholic Church, and commanded his festival, occurring on the 19th of March, to be celebrated as a double of the first class, but without an octave on the account of Lent.

Further, he ordained that on this day, sacred to the Immaculate Virgin Mother of God and Spouse of the Most Chaste Joseph, a declaration to that effect should by this present Decree of The Sacred Congregation of Rites be published.

All things to the contrary notwithstanding.

On the 8th of December 1870.


CARDINAL PATRIZI, Prefect of the Sacred Congregation.

D. Bartoloni, Secretary of the said Congregation.

Sunday, 18 March 2018

Pope Benedict XVI: "fraternal correction in view of eternal salvation"

From a Message for Lent by Pope Benedict XVI:

“Being concerned for each other” also entails being concerned for their spiritual well-being. Here I would like to mention an aspect of the Christian life, which I believe has been quite forgotten: fraternal correction in view of eternal salvation. Today, in general, we are very sensitive to the idea of charity and caring about the physical and material well-being of others, but almost completely silent about our spiritual responsibility towards our brothers and sisters. 

This was not the case in the early Church or in those communities that are truly mature in faith, those which are concerned not only for the physical health of their brothers and sisters, but also for their spiritual health and ultimate destiny. The Scriptures tell us: “Rebuke the wise and he will love you for it. Be open with the wise, he grows wiser still, teach the upright, he will gain yet more” (Prov 9:8ff). Christ himself commands us to admonish a brother who is committing a sin (cf. Mt 18:15). 

The verb used to express fraternal correction - elenchein – is the same used to indicate the prophetic mission of Christians to speak out against a generation indulging in evil (cf. Eph 5:11). The Church’s tradition has included “admonishing sinners” among the spiritual works of mercy. It is important to recover this dimension of Christian charity. We must not remain silent before evil. 

I am thinking of all those Christians who, out of human regard or purely personal convenience, adapt to the prevailing mentality, rather than warning their brothers and sisters against ways of thinking and acting that are contrary to the truth and that do not follow the path of goodness. Christian admonishment, for its part, is never motivated by a spirit of accusation or recrimination. It is always moved by love and mercy, and springs from genuine concern for the good of the other. 

As the Apostle Paul says: “If one of you is caught doing something wrong, those of you who are spiritual should set that person right in a spirit of gentleness; and watch yourselves that you are not put to the test in the same way” (Gal 6:1). In a world pervaded by individualism, it is essential to rediscover the importance of fraternal correction, so that together we may journey towards holiness. Scripture tells us that even “the upright falls seven times” (Prov 24:16); all of us are weak and imperfect (cf. 1 Jn 1:8). It is a great service, then, to help others and allow them to help us, so that we can be open to the whole truth about ourselves, improve our lives and walk more uprightly in the Lord’s ways. There will always be a need for a gaze which loves and admonishes, which knows and understands, which discerns and forgives (cf. Lk 22:61), as God has done and continues to do with each of us.

Saturday, 17 March 2018

What can St Francis de Sales teach us?

Alice von Hildebrand wrote an interesting reflection in 2015, which, with the crisis in the Church showing no signs of abetting, is even more pertinent nearly three years later. As this tragic crisis unfolds, the temptations to heresy and schism will increase. 

von Hildebrand wrote:

If anyone came to me with the following request: what is the book on spiritual life that you would recommend not only for beginners, but also for people who have already taken their first steps? Without a moment’s hesitation, I would say; Saint Francis of Sales’ Introduction to the Devout Life, a book published in the XVII century which, I believe, never was out of print. 
There is a profound reason for it: not only is it classical, (above time and fashion), but it has a value for people of the most varied backgrounds. It is like bread: it will never be outdated. This great saint’s message is couched in such gracious terms that he combines depth of thought, and gentle charm.
One typical temptation of beginners in spiritual life, is to feed their soul on mystical literature, such as the Dark Night of the Soul of St. John of the Cross. Its very title attracts a large number of beginners convinced that they know by personal experience what this great saint and mystic is referring to. Being spiritually immature, they easily fall prey to an exaltation that favors dangerous illusions. St. Francis of Sales’ book combines profound spiritual wisdom, with what I shall term “holy sobriety”. Such spiritual food prevents one from falling into the very many illusions which are traps set by the devil to make many people endorse spiritual fallacies and leave the safe road of humility.
All I intend to do in this brief essay is to meditate on one chapter in Book 3, which, in my personal life, I have found to be a gold mine of insights. It refers to our attitude toward the faults and sins of others -- a topic of crucial importance because all of us have to deal with it, and very few are aware of  only valid Christian response. Any sin calls for tears because first and foremost, it is an offense of God. Had men not sinned, Christ would not have been crucified. This should be our primary concern.
Read the full essay here. 

Friday, 16 March 2018

To those whom I have mocked, ridiculed, and gossiped about: I apologize and ask forgiveness

Over the past two years I have slowly, but surely, endangered my soul by writing on this blog in a manner that was not always Christian. Mockery, ridicule, gossip can never be a part of the Christian life. 

There were times when I mocked, ridiculed, gossiped about people. This was wrong, this was sinful. There is a way to challenge erroneous ideas without mocking, ridiculing or gossiping about those who may propose them. To Fr. Edward Beck, C.P., Fr. James Martin, S.J., and any others, I apologize and ask forgiveness for mocking, ridiculing or gossiping about them. 

As such, I am reviewing, and already in the process of removing posts that  had strayed into sin. Simply put, I do not want not to commit sin in the process of writing about issues I care deeply about. 

I have no intention of setting myself up as a theologian or philosopher, However, there were times when I did so by implication. I do not have the authority to make theological decisions or to instruct the faithful as an official of the Church. I only have the right to question (always respecting the person) via an informed conscience. In this way, I can, as a layman, do my duty to spread the Gospel. St. Francis told his followers to preach through example first, and then if necessary, with words. 

As I discern on my role in service to the Church, it is clear that I have work to do beyond this blog. There are other ways I can serve the Church, especially in my field of health sciences and music. The elderly need to be cared for, loved and served. 

You will see a change in this blog. My example is now Monsignor Vincent Foy. He never engaged in uncharitable words in his efforts to promote and defend the truth. Truth must always be presented in charity. 

Our Lord showed us how to act with and towards others. To the woman caught in adultery He told her, go and sin no more. He did not mock, ridicule or gossip about her. He challenged her to repent. I have failed to imitate Christ. He never mocked anyone.  Nor should I. Even more so, as I am a sinner! I must learn to have compassion and mercy. 

Please pray for me. 

Thursday, 15 March 2018

Has Pope Benedict XVI been a victim of calumny and detraction?

Calumny, detraction and rash judgment can be very grave mortal sins. Several days ago, a supposed letter was released purporting to be from Pope Benedict XVI to Pope Francis. 

Like clockwork, with 24 hours or so, the actual letter became public. It became known that one paragraph had been blurred by individuals in the  Vatican Communications Office. However, during the preceding period severe harm was done to the reputation of Pope Benedict, where the Pope Emeritus was attacked, vilified, mocked, degraded, accused of heresy, modernism, etc. 

This is the poison that has spread to the Catholic (so-called) internet world. 

The men who created and doctored that letter, knew full well that within a day or so the real letter would be discovered. So why did they do it knowing it would be discovered? They are either highly incompetent, or were engaging in  a deliberate provocation. Incompetents or provocateurs, you decide. However, there is no doubt that they were dishonest. Very dishonest. The result was further confusion, dissent, anger, hatred, distrust, antagonism towards the Holy See and the Office of the Papacy in general. The devil never rests, and he exploits every situation. 

All of this confusion is leading many Catholics to "...fight one against the other, to the detriment of the true renewal and to the joy of the enemies outside and inside the Church" (Bishop Schneider, Letter to Michael Voris).

In the meantime, to the continued rejoicing of the enemies of the Church, - especially the Freemasons and their allies - is that the hated Pope Benedict was and continues to be a victim of rash judgment, calumny, detraction.  

From the Catechism of the Catholic Church: 

2477 Respect for the reputation of persons forbids every attitude and word likely to cause them unjust injury. 
          He becomes guilty:

- of rash judgment who, even tacitly, assumes as true, without sufficient foundation, the moral fault of a neighbor;

- of detraction who, without objectively valid reason, discloses another's faults and failings to persons who did not know them;

- of calumny who, by remarks contrary to the truth, harms the reputation of others and gives occasion for false judgments concerning them.

2478 To avoid rash judgment, everyone should be careful to interpret insofar as possible his neighbor's thoughts, words, and deeds in a favorable way:
Every good Christian ought to be more ready to give a favorable interpretation to another's statement than to condemn it. But if he cannot do so, let him ask how the other understands it. And if the latter understands it badly, let the former correct him with love. If that does not suffice, let the Christian try all suitable ways to bring the other to a correct interpretation so that he may be saved.