Plea From Scotland: Pope Francis’ Diabolical Pontificate Must End – Go!

Plea From Scotland: Pope Francis’ Diabolical Pontificate Must End – Go!

From the Editor, Catholic Truth…

The following extracts (with links to original reports) sum up the reason why Pope Francis MUST go NOW  – calls for him to  resign/abdicate are late enough; the matter is now urgent, with his pontificate beyond repair…

What’s that… you want me to go, now? But… who are you to judge?

Report, 30 August, 2018…

After Benedict resigned, [Arcbishop] Vigano was granted a private audience with the new pope on June 23, 2013, during which Francis asked him about McCarrick. Vigano wrote that he told Francis, “Holy Father, I don’t know if you know Cardinal McCarrick, but if you ask the Congregation for Bishops there is a dossier this thick about him. He corrupted generations of seminarians and priests and Pope Benedict ordered him to withdraw to a life of prayer and penance.” Francis soon lifted Benedict’s sanctions, Vigano said, and made McCarrick a trusted adviser. “He knew from at least June 23, 2013 that McCarrick was a serial predator,” Vigano wrote. “It was only when he was forced by the report of the abuse of a minor … that he took action.”  Source

Report, 29 August, 2018…

Pope Francis removed sanctions from a notorious clerical sex offender despite being warned and urged by the Prefect for the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith not to do so, a highly placed Vatican source told LifeSiteNews in an exclusive interview.
That Prefect, Cardinal Gerhard Müller, was later dismissed from the Vatican’s top doctrine post. The source revealed that Cardinal Müller and his staff were dismissed by Pope Francis because they insisted on following the Church’s protocols concerning clerical sexual abusers.
Notably, Müller opposed the Pope’s plan to return the defrocked Don Mauro Inzoli, a serial abuser of boys as young as 12, to the priesthood.

Don Inzoli, nicknamed Don Mercedes for his love of flashy cars and elegant living, had been accused to church officials of having molested boys, including in the confessional, and convincing them that his abuse of them was approved by God.
In 2012, an ecclesiastical court found Inzoli guilty, and he was then suspended a divinis, barring him from all priestly functions.
However, in 2014, Francis returned Inzoli to the priesthood, although according to the source, Cardinal Müller “resisted” the pontiff’s wish but Francis “decided differently,” i.e. he rejected Müller’s advice.  Source

Report, 29 August, 2018…

Pope Francis gave a Vatican apartment to a priest who was later caught hosting a drug-fueled homosexual orgy in that same apartment despite being warned about the priest’s grave problems, a highly placed Vatican source told LifeSiteNews in an exclusive interview.
It was Francis himself, the source said, who made sure that a homosexual secretary of his friend Cardinal Francesco Coccopalmerio would obtain a privileged apartment in the Vatican.
Cardinal Coccopalmerio, then president of the Pontifical Council for Legislative Texts, and one of Pope Francis’ closest collaborators and ardent supporters, had spoken in 2014 about the “positive elements” in homosexual relationships.  Source


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Comments (71)

  • RCAVictor


    Very good choice of adjective to describe this pontificate: “diabolical.” I would add another adjective to that: “lavender,” since this Pope was elected by the Lavender Mafia, surrounds himself with the LM, constantly promotes them, and now, as we discover, fires those who try to discipline them. (I noticed that your introductory text was indeed a certain shade of lavender…..clever!)

    There is another dimension to this sleaze: the United Nations has been promoting homosexuality since at least 1995, when it declared a “Year of Tolerance.” I believe there are three reasons for this: one, these people can be easily blackmailed and controlled; two, it is part of their population control agenda (“sustainability”), along with abortion, contraception and euthanasia; three, it leads directly into LGBT-ism, which is nothing more than sexual anarchy.

    So the diabolical, lavender, UN pontificate = not only a collective Judas, but a much more debauched one.

    August 30, 2018 at 3:40 pm
    • editor

      RCA Victor,

      The trouble with “lavender” is that it seems to be an American adjective. Over here in the UK we speak of “pink” – or, of course, let’s not forget the theft of the beautiful Biblical image – “rainbow”.

      Whatever, lavender, pink, rainbow… “diabolical” just about sums up the lot, don’t thou agreest ?

      August 30, 2018 at 5:51 pm
      • RCAVictor


        I think we’re on the same page…

        August 30, 2018 at 9:22 pm
  • Petrus

    Bishop John Keenan, the Bishop of Paisley, has described Archbishop Vigano’s statement as “valuable” and has called for the Vatican to release all files.

    He also singles out homosexuality as a cause for abuse, given that over 80% of abuse is perpetrated by a man on a boy.

    August 30, 2018 at 3:56 pm
    • editor


      This being the same Bishop Keenan who wants to bring Francis’ “vision of the Church to Paisley”, and who tweeted to death about Pope Francis’ wonderful visit to Ireland – and that FROM Ireland? He’d actually gone OVER there to that diabolical World Meeting of Families, keynote speaker Fr James Martin, “gay” activist?

      This being the same Bishop Keenan who tweeted from the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow in 2014, enthusing about how wonderful it all was notwithstanding that much publicised and rehearsed (so he saw it before the show) homosexual kiss… two males in a full blown kiss.

      Sorry, but I’m not exactly falling over with delight. This, I have said from his days as a priest-chaplain at the university of Glasgow when he made excuses to our media officer for not prohibiting the invitations to various dissenters out to poison Catholic students, is one apparently very ambitious cleric. Francis has now fallen from public grace, so …what… he knows not the man?

      August 30, 2018 at 5:55 pm
      • Petrus

        I think it’s called being as changeable as the wind. Ambition can be a terrible thing!

        August 30, 2018 at 10:33 pm
      • editor

        I know, Petrus. It’s eating me up knowing I’ll never be pope! I’m aware I need to be careful because ambitious women can really end up in trouble…

        August 30, 2018 at 11:11 pm
      • Faith of Our Fathers

        Now now Ed I actually like your Joke . Would Mary McCalese not make a good Pope am sure if she was asked she’d take it on with Gusto. After all she wouldn’t even need give up her Day Job as she’s great at Multi Tasking.

        August 30, 2018 at 11:24 pm
      • Faith of Our Fathers

        Ed I am actually glad that this is Happening as surely as the Demons turn away from Homosexuality there now is really no hiding place either the Clergy who are Homosexual come right out of The Closet or they stay and roast in Hell either way the Wheat will be separated from the Chaff. When Our Lady warned about the Sins of the Flesh I don’t think any of us ( even though we knew Satan had entered the Vatican) thought that it would be this bad . But trial by Media as far as Sexual Abuse is never a Fair one and many of the accusations are false and I say ( although any Sexual abuse is Horrific) that in my experience and I have had the experience of knowing a so called abused person that nothing was said by him until the Compensation Money was started being paid out . As for Francis being Pope and having to go I don’t see it his Ego is to big . It must be when these Honest men especially told him of the Homosexual Abusers and instead of Defrocking them he promoted them . Which then begs to ask the question what is the REAL role Francis wants to play in Our Church and Our Faith. As for Bishop Keenan as far as am concerned the Guys—Ach God Forgive me the whole Filthy Lot would give yei the Boak .

        August 30, 2018 at 11:20 pm
  • sarto2010

    Yes. The dreadful Pope Francis must go, for the good of the Church. The man is sick in the head.
    All the American (New)cardinals, including R.L. Burke, must tender their resignations immediately or be demoted. The God-awful McElroy of San Diego must go too.
    I hark back to a question I asked during our very own K.P. O’Brien scandal: “Who knew?”
    Who knew and kept quiet? Either for the risk of further scandal or for the sake or their own sickening careers? [Yes, Editrix dearest, I know that is not a sentence. Guilty.]
    Who knew? For in either case, they have a role to play in the current débâcle.
    Drain the Curial swamp. Drain the diocesan swamps.

    August 30, 2018 at 5:23 pm
  • RCAVictor August 30, 2018 at 9:30 pm
    • Margaret Mary

      RCA Victor,

      That link to the Federalist should be sent to every news outlet, without a doubt. The TV and radio news broadcasters just don’t know the truth or they are not reporting it. That is a disgrace, either way. They should be making it their business to know what is going on in the Church and report it, honestly.

      August 30, 2018 at 9:44 pm
  • RCAVictor

    Also, I think someone may have posted this before, but:

    August 30, 2018 at 9:31 pm
    • Margaret Mary

      That’s another shocker that should be sent to every TV station in the world!

      August 30, 2018 at 9:45 pm
  • RCAVictor

    And here’s the Wikipedia entry on Father Gerald Fitzgerald, who is mentioned in the Federalist article:

    Notable quote: “…Fitzgerald wrote regularly to bishops in the United States and to Vatican officials, including the pope, of his opinion that many sexual abusers in the priesthood could not be cured and should be laicized immediately. For example, in a 1952 letter to Bishop Robert Dwyer of Reno, Fitzgerald wrote:

    I myself would be inclined to favor laicization for any priest, upon objective evidence, for tampering with the virtue of the young, my argument being, from this point onward the charity to the Mystical Body should take precedence over charity to the individual, […] Moreover, in practice, real conversions will be found to be extremely rare […] Hence, leaving them on duty or wandering from diocese to diocese is contributing to scandal or at least to the approximate danger of scandal.”

    August 30, 2018 at 9:40 pm
    • editor

      RCA Victor,

      I’ve said all along that these men should be immediately laicised and I’m almost certain that is the penalty prescribed in Canon Law. So, I am 200% in agreement with Fr Fitzgerald.

      Looking forward to read your linked articles a bit later. I’m sure MM is right that they merit being read by the alleged news-gatherers.

      August 30, 2018 at 9:49 pm
  • Lionel

    To whom would a pope tender his resignation? To some extent, he may withdraw, but it is very unusual.
    If he were in the United States as a simple citizen he would probably have been prosecuted!…

    Only a few holy popes have withdrawn.

    August 30, 2018 at 10:46 pm
  • Prognosticum

    Must Francis go?

    The question immediately arises because of Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò’s affirmation that he informed Francis of Cardinal McCarrick’s shenanigans back in 2013 not long after he (Francis) became Pope, something which no serious commentator seems to doubt, although not have few in the Francis camp have been active (ultimtately to the detriment of their man, in my view) in diverting attention away from what is after all a binary question requiring a yes or no answer: Did Viganò tell Francis about McCarrick when he says he did or did he not? This is the question which Francis, with not a little arrogance, refused to answer on the plane back to Rome from Dublin, to the consternation, so I gather, of the journalists present, especially the U.S. contingent, and this is what has ignited the current controversy.

    If Viganò is right — and I, for what it it is worth, think that he is — Francis would have to go because he would be shown to have failed utterly in living up to the standard of morality he himself has consistently demanded of others, not least in relation to the sexual abuse scandals. (Examples abound of Francis in finger-wagging mode, but it would be sufficient just to consult the his annual speech to the Roman Curia over the years in the run up to Christmas.)

    Will Francis go?

    That is a different question. Things are certainly hotting up. Viganò, my contacts in Rome tell me, is a very big hitter indeed, not one whose considerations can just be swept under the carpet as the depraved rantings of one not on message with Francis’s reforms. He potentially knows an awful lot more than appeared in his recently published testimonial. Not only, but other things are coming to light which certainly do not add to the portrait of Francis as a paladin of the victims of clergy sexual abuse. To take just the latest example, have a look (after a stiff whisky, for those of you of a nervous disposition) at this snippet which, if true, simply beggars belief:

    Can Francis ride out the storm? In the short term, I think so, because he has so many powerful players on his side, including those humble seekers after truth in Mainstream Mass Medial. Make no mistake about it, the all-powerful Western liberal consensus hates Francis in no uncertain terms — as a consequence of its hatred for Christ and His Church — but it perceives him as still useful to its agenda. There is no way they are going to cut him loose and risk the election of a conservative Pope who would roll back Francis’ ‘reforms’ and might even call into question the orthodoxy of his teaching or even the legitimacy of his papacy. It was very telling, in my view, how The New York Times portrayed Archbishop Viganò’s revelations: ‘Vatican Power Struggle Bursts Into Open as Conservatives Pounce ( That is not to say that Francis isn’t vulnerable. In a few weeks he will have to preside over a Synod of Bishops — on ‘Young People, the Faith and Vocational Discernment’, no less — which could turn out to be highly embarassing if the subject of clerical sexual abuse comes up, as it surely will. Not only, but his evasive stance on the plane back from Dublin went down like a lead balloon in the United States where orthodox clergy and laity (the latter highly influential, because they pay to keep a rather substantial show on the road) are sick to the back teeth of embarassing scandals rocking the Church to its foundations and destroying what is left of her credibility. They, not to mention the machinery of the civil and criminal law, are going to be a big headache for Francis in the weeks and months ahead. And who knows what will the toll of all of this be on the psyche of one who just loves to be loved …. All very providential, in my view.

    In the long term, on the other hand, his pontificate is, I would contend, dead in the water. People are on to him and have been since the beginning. His blatant disdain and disregard for Tradition ensures that the Right looks upon him as the devil incarnate, while the Left is angry about, inter alia, the pace of his ‘reforms’ in areas like celibacy and ecumenism. Anything he does from now on is going to be viewed as highly suspect to the point that he will fail to carry the Church with him, as has happened with Amoris Laetitia and his, shall we say, somewhat novel teaching concerning the reception of Holy Communion by the divorced and re-married.

    Francis is yesterday’s man. As the redoubtable Dean Inge — no Catholic he — once said, ‘Whoever marries the spirit of this age will find himself a widower in the next.’

    August 31, 2018 at 2:28 am
    • editor


      An interesting summary of events which I will need to read again later to digest properly.

      August 31, 2018 at 9:52 am
    • RCAVictor


      Thank you for your excellent post. I agree that this pontificate is dead in the water, even though it is likely that the stinking, rotting corpse will remain afloat for some time.

      What is very revealing to me is that every time someone in Francis’ circle of homosexual, corrupt thugs opens his mouth, he incites even more outrage and digs the Francis pit even deeper. Cdls. Cupich and Mariadaga come to mind.

      I think Cdl. Parolin will be the one to watch, for clues, in the days ahead, though he is on the wrong ideological side of the aisle as far as the Catholic Faith is concerned. I’m also wondering when Cdl. Mueller is going to weigh in, since he has some key evidence and some key nails to drive into Francis’ coffin.

      August 31, 2018 at 4:18 pm
  • Petrus August 31, 2018 at 8:03 am
  • editor

    Latest – if true – shocking news…

    WASHINGTON, D.C., August 30, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – Pope Francis has directed Cardinal Donald Wuerl to leave the United States “before being arrested” by authorities, Church Militant’s Michael Voris reported this evening. Click here to read LifeSiteNews report

    August 31, 2018 at 9:49 am
    • RCAVictor


      If this is true, it means that the possibility of these debauched scum “ratting each other out” is looming large in their minds. “Wuerl the Girl” (as he was known publicly in Pittsburgh) must be squirreled away before he spills the beans to save his own miserable skin.

      August 31, 2018 at 4:11 pm
  • crofterlady

    Methinks Pope Francis will simply ignore any plea to resign and carry on. Unless the Americans won’t let it go which maybe they won’t.

    Can they really “squirrel” + Wuerl away?!

    August 31, 2018 at 5:47 pm
    • RCAVictor


      They succeeded with Cardinal Law of Boston, so I’m sure they’ll try it again. Maybe the US Attorney General, or the President himself, will revoke their diplomatic immunity to prevent it!

      August 31, 2018 at 9:52 pm
    • Lily

      RCA Victor,

      It’s interesting to see a Scottish bishop on that list, Bishop John Keenan of Paisley. That’s a surprise, a pleasant one. It’s concerning though that the rest are not supporting ++ Vigano, so that must mean they are supporting Pope Francis. That’s very troubling.

      August 31, 2018 at 10:30 pm
      • sarto2010

        Bishop Keenan? Surprise? Yes. Pleasant? No. Absolutely not.

        August 31, 2018 at 10:35 pm
  • RCAVictor

    I’m not going to name this person, or provide a link, but a well-known sedevacantist blogger alleges, once again, that Abp. Jorge Bergoglio and Argentine homosexual GUSTAVO VERA were well-known in Argentina as a homosexual couple. She further alleges:

    1. That this Vera is a “rent-boy pimp” for those working the gay bars of Buenos Aires.
    2. That Vera uses his alleged advocacy against child sex trafficking to ensure his monopoly over his own child prostitutes.
    3. That Pope Francis refused to live in the Apostolic Palace – instead spending $3,000,000 to remodel the entire second floor of the Casa Santa Marta luxury hotel residence in the Vatican – so that his boyfriend could stay in the hotel without raising suspicions. His “humility,” in other words, was not exactly the motive.
    4. That Francis and his alleged boyfriend had a fight and broke up last year, and that the Swiss Guards removed Vera from the hotel.
    5. That the Lavender Mafia has blackmail material on Francis.
    6. That Francis’ sodomite inner circle, his sodomite promotions, and his protection of sodomite rapists is because he himself is one of them.

    This would certainly explain Francis’ behavior since being elected, wouldn’t it. If anyone can confirm or refute these allegations, I hope you will go for it….

    August 31, 2018 at 10:35 pm
    • sarto2010

      Hmmmmmm … That is unlikely. It would require a cover-up on a massive scale. Most unlike… Hold on ….

      August 31, 2018 at 10:53 pm
    • Athanasius

      RCA Victor

      I think the sedevacantist blogger in question is giving his mind a rather perverse treat. I do not believe for a second that Pope Francis is a practicing homosexual, or ever has been. This having been said, he clearly is indifferent to clerical homosexuality, lifting censures on some and promoting others of that ilk. That is sufficient scandal for those prelates in the Church who still have some supernatural life left in their souls to pressure him into abdication.

      August 31, 2018 at 11:51 pm
      • RCAVictor


        I really can’t blame you for balking, out of filial piety, at this suggestion, but I must say that I would not be a bit surprised to learn that Francis, the Lavender (or Pink) Mafia’s best friend, is one of them. Given the utterly sleazy nature and track record of this pink pontificate – which has been an unremitting and concerted effort, using devious, cunning and manipulative means, to promote acceptance of homosexuality in the Church – I think such an inference is perfectly reasonable.

        As I said earlier, what is missing is a smoking gun to confirm all this peculiar and scandalous behavior. Ironically, though, I doubt such a revelation would even matter that much. It might cause the globalist-controlled media to fawn over Francis even more, and to intensify their smear campaigns against those who are trying to remove this darkness from the Church.

        September 1, 2018 at 4:31 pm
      • Athanasius

        RCA Victor

        Yes, it is definitely questionable why any Pope would surround himself with Lavender Mafia prelates, protecting and promoting them, unless there’s a leaning in him towards that kind of immorality. That is a very serious and legitimate question. However, until there is evidence, we have to give him the benefit of the doubt and say only that he is guilty of the utmost dereliction of duty.

        September 1, 2018 at 6:18 pm
  • Athanasius

    I found it very enlightening, reading Archbishop Vigano’s statement, that Cardinals Bertone and Sodano played a huge part in silencing ++Vigano’s reports to Pope Francis. Both of these Cardinals played a huge role also in silencing the truth about Fatima, most notably Cardinal Bertone who claimed that Sister Lucy told him that the Consecration of Russia had been done in accordance with Heaven’s wishes and that nothing further was required. His meeting with Sister Lucy shortly before her death was not witnessed by anyone else.

    I always believed he lied about that, and now I know from Archbishop Vigano’s statement that he did. The Archbishop named a good number of prelates involved in the homosexual conspiracy of silence, not least Pope Francis himself. They all need to go immediately and we need to see them replaced by spiritual men imbued with love of Our Lady.

    September 1, 2018 at 1:27 am
  • RCAVictor

    Lifesite News has a story about this new website, where you can look up your own bishop’s record of fidelity – or infidelity – on a number of key issues:

    September 1, 2018 at 2:34 am
    • sarto2010

      American (new)bishops only.

      September 1, 2018 at 9:40 am
  • Athanasius

    If only Pope Francis had the same drive to rid the Church of the “filth” of homosexual prelates and child abusing clerics.

    This is definite proof that Francis is more Socialist than supernatural. The worst Pope in Church history!

    September 1, 2018 at 1:46 pm
  • crofterlady

    A common theme running through all these scandals seems to be LIES. The truth has been completely ignored and these churchmen lie at will. It makes one wonder IF they believe in objective truth. Probably not, as they seem to lean towards marxism which itself is closely aligned to satan, the father of lies. Imagine, a POPE lying!

    September 1, 2018 at 2:19 pm
  • John

    Wow I have never seen Michael Voris for years. I have received his latest post from a friend and it is a bombshell. Who said a leopard can’t change its spots!

    September 1, 2018 at 2:25 pm
  • John September 1, 2018 at 2:26 pm
  • Athanasius

    Very powerful statement by Michael Voris, for which he deserves credit. However, he makes one vital error at the beginning of his declaration, an error that has caused him on so many occasions to declare falsely against the SSPX It is that he fails to see the link between theological perversion and moral perversion.

    The Catholic Faith comprises both faith and morals, intricately linked one with the other like body and soul. If one goes off track the other quickly follows. Hence, it is a great mistake for Michael Voris to indicate that the theological revolution post-Vatican II is not directly responsible for the moral depravity now evident at the highest levels in the Church. It is likewise insufficient for him to declare that the Catholic faithful have no right to judge theological deviations on the part of the Pope, or any other clerical superior, but quite legitimate to judge their moral deviations.

    The Church and the saints have always insisted to the contrary, they have taught that we must judge everything in the light of the Commandments of God and the Traditional teaching and practice of the Church, correcting, if necessary, even our superiors when they fall into error or sin in faith, morals or both. Still, glad to see that more and more voices are speaking out about Pope Francis and asking him to abdicate (not resign!) the sacred office he has disgraced.

    September 1, 2018 at 4:23 pm
  • RCAVictor

    Voris’ about-face has raised some skeptical eyebrows among certain sectors of the traditionalist camp, especially among those whom he not long ago pronounced guilty of “spiritual pornography.”

    September 1, 2018 at 4:34 pm
    • editor

      RCA Victor,

      I’d not had the chance to check out what others are saying about Voris’s about-face, so your comment prompted me to visit The Remnant just now – and nail on head just about sums it up. Now that it’s safe to do so, Voris comes out fighting. Thanks but no thanks.

      He really does NOT get it and his first words when he came to Scotland to give a talk, which I attended, his first words took me aback at the time and I’ve never forgotten them: “The Church has been in crisis before, no big deal” is, slightly paraphrased what he said. And it went downhill from there.

      So, I’m 200% with The Remnant coverage of his newfound zeal for defending the Faith against this horrendous Pope. Click here to read The Remnant piece about is “conversion”…

      September 1, 2018 at 11:34 pm
      • RCAVictor


        Here’s Christopher Ferrara’s barb regarding Voris:

        “Even Michael Voris, in a highly amusing example of leading from behind, has finally abandoned his absurd refusal to criticize this pontificate and now declares with a screaming headline: “Pope Francis Must Resign.”

        September 1, 2018 at 11:40 pm
      • editor

        RCA Victor,

        I’ve just skimmed that article but can’t find the quote you give – not to worry, I’ll check it again tomorrow at some point, as that looks like one of Christopher Ferrara’s masterpieces, and I wouldn’t want to miss it!

        “Amusing” is the word and describes my own reaction to watching the Voris “about-face” video when St Miguel asked me to post it on the blog here. He just could not bring himself to admit he’d been wrong, instead opting to make a ridiculous distinction between “theology” and “morality”.

        What a numpty… oops! Just back from Confession 😀 Meant to say, poor Michael Voris, such a nice man, just a little confused on this subject, delighted he’s managed to clarify matters now…

        September 1, 2018 at 11:53 pm
  • John

    If this scandal had happened when Benedict was Pope, the MSM would have had front page headlines telling the Pope to step down. Not so for Francis I wonder why? (Rhetorical)
    A very powerful talk by Michael Matt is worth watching over at the remnant.

    September 2, 2018 at 10:21 pm
  • editor


    Thank you for that link – I’ve copied the link to the video directly as I’ve found, over the years, that sometimes bloggers will not visit a link, leave it till “later” and “later” never comes, so I’ve copied the link to the video itself to make sure that it’s not missed. Many thanks for the alert…

    September 2, 2018 at 10:56 pm
  • Theresa Rose

    Thank you indeed John for that link, it is not one to be missed at all.

    Michael Matt’s talk is powerful. Thanks be to God that Archbishop Vigano has laid out the evidence of how Faith and Morals have been attacked.

    He will have enemies who will go to hell and back in order to destroy this Good Archbishop. May our prayers for him seek his protection from God.

    September 2, 2018 at 11:30 pm
    • editor

      Theresa Rose,

      The reason your posts are going into moderation, where they appear without your avatar, is that you are typing your email address wrongly at login. First time, you omitted one of the “o” s in your name, second time you made it a capital “O”

      The system then thinks you are a first time blogger and puts you into moderation. So, I thought you would want this red alert to make sure your posts go straight onto the blog – just type your email address accurately and … voila! Problem solved!

      September 3, 2018 at 12:09 am
  • Therese September 4, 2018 at 12:58 pm
    • Lily


      that’s heart-rending, that that young priest has been packed off to live in a hotel, just for speaking the truth! It’s really shocking.

      The only defect in that sermon is that he failed to mention Fatima and that this is the pinnacle of a long crisis in the Church, that it has all been prophesied. Otherwise, some of his sentences can sound just like the Protestants at the Reformation, talk about changing the Church being up to the laity etc, we must do that not bishops or popes who are humans. All of that, although it is true right now, has to be understood as being part of the way of resolving the crisis.

      Saying that, yes, he was very brave to bring up the Archbishop Vigano letter to educate his people. I will keep him in my prayers, and hope he is returned to his parish soon. Surely the parishioners will kick up a fuss to get him back?

      September 4, 2018 at 2:18 pm
    • editor


      Yet another example of the diabolically disoriented hierarchy; the bishop who is punishing this priest, is no doubt about it, promoting dissenters.

      Thank you for the alert – we must pray for this faithful young priest.

      September 4, 2018 at 4:45 pm
  • Therese


    We can only hope and pray that this brave young priest will receive the support he so richly deserves.

    September 4, 2018 at 3:22 pm
    • Michaela


      Amen to that. A scandalous situation, when a young priest is punished for speaking the truth. It’s obviously the new Mass he was preaching at (applause) so it just proves that even a priest commenting on something so public which is not “on message” will see a priest punished. It\s absolutely scandalous.

      September 4, 2018 at 3:32 pm
      • RCAVictor


        It seems that this sermon was indeed delivered at a NO Mass, but in the “American Conservative” version of this article – virtually the same – this priest mentions that he also says the Traditional Mass!

        September 4, 2018 at 3:49 pm
      • editor

        RCA Victor,

        That doesn’t surprise me – it’s related to comments on the Ben Shapiro thread; the majority who have gone along with the New Catholicism, have been lulled into accepting any and every version of the Faith by the drip-drip effect of the new Mass. They are suffering the spiritual blindness that comes with dibolical disorientation. The fact that this brave young priest is also offering the TLM should not come as any surprise. Hopefully, now that this has happened to him, he’ll opt for the TLM only…. which will result in clearer and CLEARER vision for him!

        September 4, 2018 at 4:48 pm
  • Therese

    The parish website is spinning the tale that Fr Gavancho was dismissed because of his poor “inter-personal” skills! I have e-mailed the pp to express my disgust.

    September 4, 2018 at 5:54 pm
    • editor


      That is the tried and tested CLASSIC way to get people out of jobs and in this case, parish/diocese.

      September 4, 2018 at 6:30 pm
  • Michaela

    Pope Francis is looking at the possibility of suspending Archbishop Vigano, can you believe.

    September 6, 2018 at 9:28 am
  • Athanasius


    He might struggle with that revenge tactic now that this has appeared in the public domain.

    September 8, 2018 at 3:06 pm
    • editor


      I’m not so sure. Take a look at how this scoundrel got out of a tight spot. Don’t underestimate Papa Francis, just yet…

      September 8, 2018 at 6:55 pm
      • Athanasius

        The only answer is that the baby is way more innocent and cuddly, not to mention mobile, than Pope Francis. But now I have visions of the Pope sliding down a rope dangling from his appartment in Casa Santa Marta with a frenzied media in hot pursuit for transparent answers.

        September 8, 2018 at 7:12 pm
      • Lily

        She’s definitely more cuddly than Pope Francis, LOL!

        That was a scream watching her trying to get free of her cot. Kids are hilarious.

        September 8, 2018 at 8:17 pm
      • Athanasius


        I try to escape from one of those every night, and fail repeatedly. I’ve told my mother that I’m too old for a cot and too old to be put to bed at 7pm in a mansize baby gro. Mothers, eh?

        They just can’t stand the idea of their kids growing up. Oh well, on with the bib and into the pudie pie!!

        September 8, 2018 at 8:34 pm
      • editor


        If I were you, I’d keep well in with your beloved mother…

        September 8, 2018 at 10:36 pm
      • Athanasius


        That’s it! From now on I sleep without a pillow. I might even consider puting my mother into Nazareth House for safety sake – Mine!!

        September 8, 2018 at 11:46 pm
  • gabriel syme

    Here’s another plea from Scotland:

    100 young Catholic Scots have signed a letter urging the upholding of orthodoxy at the (doubtless rigged) “youth synod” which is now commencing.

    Sadly, I am sure Francis will treat this will the same contempt as he does all other letters he receives.

    The letter was given to Archbishop Cushley, who is attending the Synod, to deliver to Francis.

    This is a more useful task for the Scottish Bishops than their recent meeting with Francis.

    There, Bishop Keenan presented Francis with a teddy bear and then the two men posed for pictures with the bear.

    Then they talked about nuclear weapons for 2 hours.

    So,a pretty comprhensive waste of time all round, it would seem.

    October 4, 2018 at 2:30 pm

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