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Pedophilia, Iwo Jima & the Last Cristero
Williamson Protects Pedophile Priest
I call this to your attention, as it is a very serious matter. These are the facts about the pedophile / homosexual Fr. Abraham, who was suspended by the SSPX for his criminal behavior and was installed in the Resistance movement by Bishop Williamson, who insisted he should live in his house.
A summary of what you will find in
by Gregory Taylor is below.
A priest who is a predatory homosexual pederast guilty of two known delicts, at least one of which was against a legal minor, and who by his own admission is still tempted, and who is thus still a real danger, is brought into the Resistance by Bishop Williamson and is sent by him out onto the Mass circuit alone. This, despite the fact that the priest had already been suspended by the SSPX for precisely this reason, despite the pleas and concerns raised by a number of faithful, despite the priest himself indicating that he is still potentially a danger and that it could happen again, despite the teaching and laws of the Church, the dictates of common sense and, above all, the interests of the common good.
Bishop Faure was approached for help on the matter, but offered no advice, promised no help and finally gave a public gesture of support for Fr. Abraham by saying Mass at his London venue. A small number of faithful who are devoted to Bishop Williamson, although they are aware of the facts concerning Fr. Abraham, are nevertheless keen to promote him for reasons of their own making, and photographs are regularly published on a website operated by them showing Fr. Abraham ministering to unsuspecting souls, leading pilgrimages, etc. These actions only serve to spread and deepen the scandal and, amongst other things, show that silence on our part is no longer helping the interests of the common good.
According to the law of the Church, to say nothing of common sense, this priest should not be functioning as a priest in public any longer. If the current situation continues, disaster, scandal and further damage to the Church, Tradition and the Priesthood are around the corner. Bishop Williamson is deaf to all pleas and the other Bishop associated with him refuse to act. In such circumstances as these, what are the faithful to do?
To Be or Not to Be a Pope
The article "
Two Popes According to Catherine Ann Emmerich,
" supports a few important points concerning the office of the Papacy and who occupies that office.
The late Rev. Fr. Gommar Depauw, a first hour traditionalist, said: Ratzinger was an arsonist turned fireman. The late Rev. Fr. Luigi Villa said that he was the real brains behind what did and did not go on during the time John Paul II occupied the Papal Office and he merely succeeded himself upon the death of JP II.
At the very least, it does neither seem to be entirely out of the question nor absolutely impossible to ask whether these modernists are Popes. Fr. Luigi Villa did not deny they were Popes, but he did ask: How can they be Popes with all they had done?
Our Lady of Good Success, pray for us.
Our Lady of La Salette, pray for us.
Our Lady of Fatima, pray for us.
REMEMBERING IWO JIMA... On this day (February 23) in 1945, U.S. Marines of the 28th Regiment, 5th Division, raised the
atop Mount Suribachi.
God bless our Marines - to include my Uncles Isadore and Joseph who were on the hell that was Iwo Jima with the 4th and 5th Marine Amphibious Divisions.
If you look at the cover of the book IWO by Wheeler below, you will see a Marine looking right at you, the fourth up from the front in the foreground on the landing beach, being fired upon by the Japanese from the heights of Suribachi.
That one is my Uncle Isadore who came out of that battle with one lung and shrapnel in his ankle that remained for the rest of his life; he was in and out of VA hospitals. He was a Bangalore Torpedo Man whose job it was to blow up pillboxes. He would often tell me when reliving that battle that the Japanese weren't on Iwo Jima but IN Iwo Jima in caves where they had to be rooted out in a battle that lasted months to do so.
RIP all you brave Marines, God bless you and your families, and all those in our Military around the world protecting us by securing our God-given unalienable rights to LIFE, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness which no man can take away.
Mourning the Death of the Last Cristero
I am passing on to you and your readers the obituary, photos and videos of the last Cristero, Don Juan Daniel Macias Villegas. The original source is the blog
Call Me Jorge
There are also two videos:
, short, on the funeral that gentleman;
, much longer (c.14 minute), is an interview made some years ago with the few Cristeros still alive in Mexico – with subtitles in English. The latter is a very interesting documentary worth watching. The only thing to deplore is that some of those old men use bad words – duly translated in the subtitles. Please, warn your readers that I (you also, I’m sure) don’t approve of it.
I call your attention to the Battle of Chapala (07:10), where 80 Cristeros defeated 10,000 soldiers in the government troops. The testimonies prove it was not an invention, but a true miracle. It is interesting that almost no one else speaks about it.
You can read the obituary below.
Viva Cristo Rey!
Juan Daniel Macias Villegas died on 18 February 2016 at the age of 103 years in his native town of San Julián, Jalisco, Mexico. He began fighting with the ‘Cristeros’ at the age of 13 years. Don Macias was the last living soldier of the Cristero War.
Eternal rest grant unto him, O Lord.
And let the perpetual light shine upon him.
And may his soul and the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen.
Posted February 25, 2016
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