Francis, “Monstrous Argentinian Goofball”, Is Out To Destroy Traditional Catholic Faith – Will Fail

Francis, “Monstrous Argentinian Goofball”, Is Out To Destroy Traditional Catholic Faith – Will Fail

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In this episode of the Remnant Underground, Michael J. Matt excoriates the truly preposterous development in Rome, whereby the increasingly intolerant and angry Pope Francis choses Christmas 2021, in the middle of a pandemic, to crack down on one of the few growing movements within the Catholic Church today.

As Catholics increasingly abandon the out-of-touch Church of Accompaniment, plagued by sexual abuse and financial scandals at the highest levels, Francis turns his sights on faithful Catholics whose only “crime” is an attachment to the traditional liturgy and sacraments.

A pope who marketed himself on being a paragon of mercy and compassion has now exposed himself as a ruthless dictator who is answering to the call of the globalist elite who are hell-bent on resetting the world on the back of COVID pandemic.

Having lived through a similar crackdown on the traditional rites of the Church as a boy, Michael argues that Francis’ renewed persecution is nothing more than a tacit admission of his failure to ram a  globalist agenda down the throats of faithful Catholics. Michael calls upon everyone from concerned non-Catholics to long-time traditionalists to join together as one in resisting the globalist agenda of a Vatican wracked with scandal and corruption, arguing that Francis represents the veritable embodiment of a desperate political putsch.

Whether you are Catholic or not, we ask that you share this video with everyone you know in the interest of depriving the likes of Bill Gates, George Soros and Klaus Schwab the opportunity to enlist moral authority and blessing of the Catholic Church in support of their New World Order.

There has never been a better time or a more urgent need to unite the clans and to resist Francis to his face.   Source

Editor writes…

Who, precisely, in the context of the Faith, are the “clans”?  It’s clear we’re not being asked to unite the clans in the Highlands or in the Lowlands of Scotland.  So, who are the “clans” and how exactly – in what specific way(s) – can they unite to overcome the evil-doing of the current pontificate; in short, how (thus united) will they beat the crisis in the Church? Enlighten me, please and thank you…

Immaculate Heart of Mary, pray for us! 

Comments (16)

  • Andrew Q

    Michael Matt has been arguing for the unite the clans line for a couple of years now. In his terms I think he means all of the trad groups, priests and faithful -FSSP, ICKSP, SSPX, Resistance, traditional diocesan, perhaps even sede -should come together and (at least temporarily) overcome their historical and theological differences for the immediate fight. It’s a nice idea but I don’t see it happening. The differences are real. Some of them could work more closely together perhaps, and will need to, but the theological differences are wide. Having said that, the FSSP and ICKSP have a pretty similar relationship with their diocesan bishops and the hierarchy. It makes sense for them to discuss tactics.

    December 20, 2021 at 8:02 am
    • Margaret Mary

      I thought that as well but then I notice he also mentions non-Catholics so they are presumably a “clan” as well.

      I agree that it’s a nice idea to get the various traditional groups working together but you are right, IMHO, it won’t happen, because the reason they are separate groups is because their differences are significant, and can’t just be put to one side. It will be interesting to see what they all do now, whether to stick with the traditional Mass only or compromise.

      Michael Matt means well, no doubt there, but he’s wasting his time with this “unite the clans” message and it’s wearing a bit thin, TBH.

      December 20, 2021 at 9:46 am
  • westminsterfly

    Don’t forget prayers for Abp Arthur Roche and those in the Congregation for Sacraments and Divine Worship, and the Congregation for Religious (esp. Cdl. João Braz de Aviz ) who are instrumental in waging war against traditional Catholicism. All of those in the Roman dicasteries, and the Pope, are in dire need of our prayers, Masses and penances.

    December 20, 2021 at 8:52 am
    • Margaret Mary

      You are right to remind us to pray for all those in the Vatican who are working their hearts out to destroy the traditional faith, because by doing this they are putting themselves in serious danger, spiritually speaking.

      December 20, 2021 at 9:48 am
    • Laura

      Westminster Fly,

      I agree with you completely. I need to up my efforts at prayer and sacrifice because I don’t want these dreadful church leaders to lose their souls which they are in danger of doing, IMHO. I agree with you, we all need to pray more and do penance more. That’s one of the things Our Lady emphasised at Fatima.

      December 20, 2021 at 1:56 pm
  • Faith of Our Fathers

    I watched that Video of Bergoglio and His Cohorts out to completely destroy Catholicism last night and really it’s nothing New coming from Babylon. We obviously didn’t get it that when Bergoglio was made Head of Babylon that He actually HATED Catholicism and HATED us also.
    I realise that Hate is a Very Strong word but for these Actions of Bergoglio especially at this time is Pure Hatred of all that is sacred. Also as someone said on the Remnant Comments . Does Bergoglio seemingly get a Weird Kick by announcing these Extreme Measures from Babylon on Feast Days of Our Blessed Lady. We know for a Fact ( from Bergoglios Own Mouth) that He doesn’t believe in Our Lady as Mother of God . As M.M. Says Bergoglio is an Anathema.
    And that’s being polite to Him . I see that someone said offer up Prayers for the Horrible Dancing on Ice Swish Arthur Roche. This Terrible Man has chosen His Path and is a Career Clergymen through and through. Like Bergoglio all that really awaits them is to go to their Appointed Places.
    Both Bergoglio and Roche have Sinned and gravely Sinned against The Holy Spirit. Even as Career Clergymen Both of them ( if they Believe in God ) should know what that means.

    December 20, 2021 at 1:31 pm
    • Laura

      Faith of our Fathers,

      That username doesn’t actually fit with what you say about the Pope and the others you mention – that “all that really awaits them is to go to their Appointed Places” by which I take it you mean hell.

      The Faith of our Fathers has always allowed for repentance of even the worst sinners and criminals, even on their death beds. Also, Our Lady told Saint Jacinta of Fatima that many souls go to hell because there is no-one to pray for them. That proves that Our Lady and, of course, God himself, doesn’t want any soul to go to hell and that if we pray hard enough, and make sacrifices for sinners, we might help to save some of them from hell.

      With respect, maybe if you prayed and made a sacrifice for the Pope and the others you mention, you would help to save their souls, and I think that would be better than just insulting them, and leaving them to their own devices which could lead them to damnation, for all eternity.

      I count myself in, too, as I criticise more than I pray for them, so I’m not suggesting anything for you that I don’t mean for myself.

      December 20, 2021 at 1:54 pm
      • westminsterfly

        What you said about last minute repentance reminds me of the true story in the Cure D’Ars book by Abbe Trochu. Basically, in a nutshell, the story is this. A woman went to Ars hoping to see the Cure as she was very distressed that her husband had committed suicide and was in hell. Before she even said a word to the Cure D’Ars, he saw she was distressed, and told her not to be as her husband was saved. The man had jumped off a bridge and before he hit the water, the Cure told her that Our Lady obtained for him the grace of perfect contrition, in return for some small service he had shown to Her during his life, and so he had been saved. I repeat this story not to encourage presumption – because this may have been a singular grace not granted to others who take their own lives or commit other serious sins, but it should help us to remember that it’s never over, until it’s over. We just don’t know and the best thing to do, as you said, is to pray and do penance for these poor deluded souls in the Vatican. Also there is this amazing story of a deathbed conversion by Our Lady, again involving the Cure D’Ars:-

        December 20, 2021 at 2:38 pm
      • Faith of Our Fathers

        Laura I know that their are many death bed repentance and I maybe one . I hope at least to get the Last Rites , a Sacrament now under attack by these Atheistic Marxist Lavender Mafioso . But here is The But . Bergoglio and the Equally Horrible Arthur Roche are Publicly condemning Christs Church. They must then ( if they Believe in The Last Judgement) Publicly Repent and admit their Wrongs Publicly. The saying that the Road To Hell is Paved not only by Good Intentions but by Bishops Skulls is a Testimony to that .
        But what Bergoglio is doing now is Pure Evil. We only see what’s going on in the Light and that is Awful Enough. Imagine what is going on in the Dark .
        We know for instance that Bergoglio is now going after Cloistered Nuns and Priests. Bergoglio is like a Modern Day Henry 8th . With the Horrible Arthur Roche as Anne Boleyn.
        That their not only doing this for Badness but also for Money.
        Sorry but al save my Prayers for those Nearest and Dearest to me .
        As I have said and we all on here know it . These Men have Chosen their Paths ,they like us have free Will . They condemn themselves.
        Maybe Laura you could explain Bergoglios Fixation on Judas , I don’t know it but is it that they Both have lots in common ?

        December 20, 2021 at 5:08 pm
      • editor


        I’m just popping in for a minute on my way to dealing with other equally daunting admin tasks – and, trust me on this, there’s not a lot that is more daunting that answering one of your [insert adjective] comments 😀

        You must surely know that God’s mercy is endless for repentant souls while we are on this earth. When we die, we meet His judgement, so it is imperative that we listen to what Our Lady said to Jacinta, which Laura quoted to thee, and avoid making the mistake of actually doing the unthinkable by judging the disposition of a soul, and even wishing them in Hell.

        To all appearances Francis and all those co-operating with him (whether inside the Vatican or elsewhere) are lost souls, facing an eternity in Hell. But that is all the more reason to pray and do penance for them. No Catholic worthy of the name wishes to see any soul in Hell.

        On your knees… NOW!

        December 20, 2021 at 6:39 pm
  • Marinaio

    First, there has to be a desire on the part of the “clans” to unite. We alternate our attendance on Sundays here in Post Falls between the SSPX and the FSSP, as we have the luxury of both. The pot-shots that they take against one another is frankly more than disturbing, and even disheartening. A recent podcast on the website in the “Crisis in the Church” series seems to have a smug “we-told-you-so” tone against the FSSP and the groveling statement to the French bishops by the Ecclesia Dei groups. On the other hand, we have the quips from the FSSP priests about the SSPX “irregular” status and “disobedience”. And never the twain shall meet. If we tell the FSSP pastor about a pro-life Rosary and demonstration promoted and organized by the SSPX, the FSSP parishioners are never told about it. Forget about ever seeing any Fraternity faithful there. If we ask the SSPX priests to formally invite the FSSP to our public consecration of Post Falls to the Immaculate Conception, we are not sure the invitation was ever sent, as we’ve seen no FSSP parishioners there in the past. This “Tale of Two Cities” has to stop, but the reality is that the SSPX carries a grudge from 1988 and the FSSP has to dance to the tune of the local ordinary, who will not want “his” faithful mixing with those from “excommunicated and schismatic” groups. Meanwhile, Francis and his cronies advance their agenda and we remain disorganized. One thing is for sure, despite their denial, the FSSP appears to be having the noose tightened around their collective throats, and while they look for refuges in case of the worst-case scenario that we can all foresee, just where will they go?

    December 20, 2021 at 3:29 pm
    • editor


      Excellent interpretative summary. I’ll be back to read it again later, just to make sure I’m not rushing to judgement, so for now I’ll settle for awarding you a B+ (or should that be A-) … 😀

      December 20, 2021 at 6:45 pm
  • RCAVictor

    As has already been posted, this “unite the clans” motto is just Pollyannish nonsense, esp. now that the non-SSPX traditional groups are having the rug pulled out from under them. But who knows, maybe the wicked insanity of persecuting the good will have the unintended effect of starting some conversations and healing some wounds.

    Meanwhile, the Traditional Mass continues to be accused of “creating division,” but the truth is more like “the Traditional Mass reveals division.”

    Meanwhile #2, to repeat an earlier speculation, this appears to be a giant step towards putting all trads under the SSPX tent.

    December 20, 2021 at 4:48 pm
    • editor

      RCA Victor,

      “Pollyannish nonsense” is an apt description for the “unite the clans” motto, if that’s what it is, but “Braveheart nonsense” would have been more appropriate, in my humble opinion 😀

      December 20, 2021 at 6:43 pm
  • westminsterfly

    Slightly off-topic but look at this: the Pope lecturing the curia on the need for humility. Kind of like Jimmy Savile lecturing the media about child welfare.

    December 24, 2021 at 9:21 am
  • gabriel syme

    Francis is so pathetic and such a hypocrite. He cannot see that it is he himself who is rigid and intolerant. He must be soft in the head.

    The level of pettiness in the latest anti-tradition diktats is jaw dropping, even seeking to control what can be printed in parish bulletins.

    I am confident that the majority of people will see these moves – and he likes of Francis / Roche – for what they are.

    It is truly pathetic and worthy of only contempt. I agree with +Schneider that there will be a counter effect, with sympathy for tradition increasing as a result.

    I was heartened to read this earlier today, from the Superior of St Vincent Ferrier:

    I hope the FSSP / ICKSP show themselves to be similarly bold. Indeed, even diocesan priests can take a similar stance, based on Pope Benedict’s comments on the traditional mass (“what was sacred for earlier generations, remains sacred for us” – Francis cannot suddenly say “no it isnt'”).

    Between Francis and Roche, it seems that their anti-traditional moves are being implemented in a very cack-handed and incompetent way and I expect they will be widely ignored and abrogated soon enough.

    December 24, 2021 at 3:06 pm

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