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We restarted our blog page in order to be able to inform our readers about news items from the secular or religious world that need to be more widely seen or commentated about.


We stopped it in 2007, when we were asked by Bishop McGee to stop blogging; (under threat against Fr. Stephen's priestly faculties).


We had earlier that year, told Bishop Gilbert that we would stop blogging if he wished us to, but at that time he was happy for us to continue.


However, we were under two different dioceses due to living in a different diocese to that in which Fr. Stephen is incardinated.


Now however, the world and the Churches are descending ever further into a moral morass. And as we have ended our obedience to Pope Francis - and therefore a Bishops who go along with his false teachings and example - we are free to do what we must do under God. Preach God's Truth to the people, in season and out of season, so that those who have ears to hear may turn back to God and be saved.


For details on why we have removed our obedience please read our Declaration and footnotes.

Everything is falling into place

By The Hermits, Nov 14 2019 02:23PM

Everything is now falling into place (unfortunately). And this does not make for pleasant writing or reading. For as you know I was brought up to believe absolutely in the Truths of Faith, which I still believe even more strongly (if that is possible); and also as someone who loved the Roman Catholic Church as my spiritual home. My mother was trained in her youth in apologetics by her wonderful French Headmistress and Mother Superior of her Convent High School (incidentally the same school as was attended by Gemma Craven, the star of the wondrous film “the Slipper and the Rose”). Mother passed on that training in apologetics to me; and it is that critical thinking that I still use today.

So I will briefly enunciate what I mean by the heading: ‘everything is falling into place’:

Firstly, Bergolio seems to be letting it slip out that he doesn’t actually believe that Jesus was God Incarnate whilst He was walking on earth, and also that Jesus didn’t really physically rise from the dead. (See Church Militant’s article ‘Scalfari: Pope Francis denies bodily Resurrection of Jesus’ which includes an informative interview with Deacon Nick Donnelly). This adds to Bergolio’s other statements in which he throws doubt on Christ’s miracles such as the loaves and fishes etc., and if he doesn’t believe that Jesus Christ could do miracles, it makes sense that he also doesn’t believe in the Resurrection – the largest miracle of all. So of course, if Francis does not believe in Christ’s physical Resurrection then he isn’t a Christian, (or a Roman Catholic)!

Now, let me lead you through a recent chain of events:

Pope Francis signs an accord which says that God wills all religions; therefore including Satanism which is a recognised religion.

Pope Francis then sets up a commission to propagate that false belief throughout the Catholic world. Especially targeting educational establishments and seminaries, so corrupting the youth.

He then holds an ‘Amazon Synod’ which promises to bring in indigenous practices (i.e. Pagan) into Christian worship.

At the start of the synod he holds a Pagan ‘tree planting’ event during which he ‘blesses’ a carved figure supposedly of the ‘earth-mother’, also known as the goddess Pachamama. (Who is normally thought of not as a ‘human’ but as a subterranean serpent or dragon who causes earthquakes when she is displeased, and when she is depicted in human form she is not shown as pregnant and kneeling in a humble posture, but standing and holding vegetation). The kneeling Pachamama idol is then honoured by Pope Francis saying prayers in her presence in St. Peter’s before processes with her into the Synod. The woman from the Amazon who arranged this tree planting ceremony has said that this was to honour Pachamama, and to connect with the father-creator, who is another Pagan god – the Pacha Kumaq I mentioned in my earlier post about the Synod.

This image of Pachamama, this false god, is then given pride of place during the synod discussions, and was also displayed in the Church of Sancta Maria del Traspontina. From which the brave and wise ‘New Maccabees’ took five of these idols and dumped them in the Tiber.

When Bergolio told the journalists that the idols had been recovered by the police, he said that the Head of Police suggested that Pachamama should be present at the closing Mass. Bergolio’s seemingly odd comment about this suggestion was the enigmatic “we’ll see”.

Come the closing Mass and no Pachamama could be seen. However, at the end of the Offertory procession an Amazonian woman brought up a bowl containing earth, some greenery which apparently included the some of the plant which had been planted at the start of the Synod, (according to a Vatican spokesman), and some red flowers. Unlike the other offertory gifts which disappeared somewhere behind the altar, (including the ‘bouquet’ brought up by an Amazonian man which did not include anything red), Francis deliberately ordered the sacrificial bowl to Pachamama to be placed on the Altar. You can see this for yourself by viewing the Vatican’s video of the closing Mass. What you need to know is that there are various traditional offerings made to Pachamama in Pagan rituals. In one the offering is a bowl of earth with plants, and the instruction on how to prepare this sacrifice includes the direction: ‘do not omit something red’. In other words; this bowl with its red flowers was an offering, ie sacrifice, to Pachamama.

Therefore, by deliberately having this bowl placed on the ‘Altar of Sacrifice’, the Pope was simultaneously offering the Sacrifice of the Mass to God, and a Pagan Sacrifice to Pachamama. Now some light can be shone on what Pope Francis meant by saying “we’ll see” about Pachamama being at the closing Mass! He knew what the Amazonian woman would be bringing up to the Altar in the Offertory procession. When the sacrifice was made to Pachamama – surely she was there to receive it, whether we could see her or not! False gods are Demons, sacrificing to them is to sacrifice to Satan himself. Both God and Satan were being ‘served’ by Francis Bergolio in St. Peter’s at the high altar. But you cannot serve both Satan and God. You must choose. Francis could not be serving both, and by serving Satan he betrayed Christ and brought the Abomination of Desolation to God’s Temple. Francis, by choosing publicly to have the offering to the Demon Pachamama on the Altar has become her servant, her Pagan priest.

So where does that leave the Roman Catholic Faithful? Leaderless certainly, but is that all? The false church foreseen by Blessed Anna Catherine Emmerich appears to be coming to birth through Pope Francis. Please do not let yourselves be members of the Demonic Cult of a Demonic leader.

Christ is your true leader and the only path to Salvation. Think, deeply and sorrowfully, think and pray. Keep to the Truths of Faith as used to be taught by the Roman Catholic Magisterium. But do not follow Bergolio to hell, instead follow Christ to Paradise. Whether that means separating yourselves from Pope Francis as we have done, or whether it means you remaining to fight a rear-guard action, is up to you and your hopefully well-informed conscience, and what you feel God is calling you to do. Whatever you do, keep your gaze on Christ.

And pray for Francis in case he may yet repent.

Sr. Colette

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