SSPX ecumenical Watch

Discussion in 'Resistance Movement' started by Machabees, Apr 26, 2017.

  1. Machabees

    Machabees Well-Known Member

    The Branding of the new-sspx medias, and the newest Dici, have gone into full focus with uploading conciliar news and corresponding apostolates almost making it indistinguishable between ESPN, CNS, and the rest of the plural domestications of Vatican II.

    We know the new-sspx had collapsed to the novus ordo structure. The effects of this union become more manifest each, well, passing day. Here is another plurality under traditional vestments painted with conciliar vocabulary.

    This week, the new [Dici] fsspx.news, posters world news and propaganda for "christian" persecution in other lands. No, not Catholic - but "Christian".

    Words have meaning, or they are empty and ambiguous and can be used for evil ends.

    The Catholic Candle discussed this mal-practice and ill-use of the word "Christian" as a pluralists tool to include both the True Catholic Faith & False Heretical Faiths.


    The new-sspx conciliar practice has not changed in their recent articles, here.

    Battle of Mosul: Christians are Targeted

    Pakistan: Blackmail to Apostatize

    And too puffing conciliar endorsement in the "extraordinary mass" Cardinal Sarah: “No to the Self-Destruction of the Church”

    Even when there is a (novus ordo) catholic individual by the name of Asia Bibi who really is unjustly persecuted in Pakistan, she is bundle with the different denominations to call her "christian" too. Pakistan: Asia Bibi Prays for Her Enemies

    But does the word mean any longer a true follower of Christ, with the one unique faith of the Cross, used in the original Catholic world Christ intended and applied only to a practicing Catholics? What is the difference in the usage today, really?

    So here we have the new-sspx, again, blurring Christ with false religions. No distinctions made is no honor to Christ.

    An art of any revolution is to blur words to distort their meaning, thus to subvert the whole.
     
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  2. Machabees

    Machabees Well-Known Member

    Menzingen continues to accept the religion of protestants being "christians" to showcase on their website for their followers to soak in. This new one is about a married protestant pastor in Pakistan put in jail for his "christian" beliefs Menzingen holds as something of esteem. (sic)

    Over the top? No, another proof Menzingen exercises as normal their belief in the common relationship they have with their new conciliar friends in the Vatican, and in association, all non-catholics as 'christian".

    Pakistan: A Christian Sentenced to Life in Prison for “Blasphemy”
    http://fsspx.news/en/news-events/news/pakistan-christian-sentenced-life-prison-“blasphemy”-29903
     
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  3. Machabees

    Machabees Well-Known Member

    More aspiration for the Vatican II halls, more aspiration for the Vatican II apparatus.

    Mongolia: The Dawn of the Church is Bishop Fellay's new profession building conciliar parishes through his main Media outlet fsspx.news/en.

    It is an astonishing OPEN development in Bishop Fellay's administration, no bar claim, to develop the conciliar church in her heresies throughout the world. Read the following, you would think you exist as a striving novus ordo catholic.


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    Mongolia: The Dawn of the Church
    June 18, 2017
    By fsspx.news

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    1,300 baptized Catholics, about forty [conciliar] missionaries, one native priest: the [conciliar] Catholic Church has been present in Mongolia since 1991, and is spreading little by little in spite of the restrictive politics. A sign of hope: a parish was just established on June 11, 2017, thanks to the apostolate of a priest who only four years ago was saying [novus ordo] Mass for a community of only three faithful…

    Mongolia is one of the least populated countries in the world. A land of deserts, steppes, and mountains, Mongolia is three times the size of France, with a population of under three million people. It is also a country that has experienced major social upheavals, especially since 1989 and the fall of the Soviet Union.

    When their independence was declared, only 27% of the Mongols were living in the capital, Ulaanbaatar. Today, almost half the population lives in Ulaanbaatar, and about 40,000 more people move there every year.

    Christians, all confessions included, represent only a little over 2% of the population: most of the inhabitants follow the practices of Tibetan Buddhism, with a mixture of shamanic beliefs.

    The Catholic Church in Mongolia suffered greatly at the hands of the Communist dictatorship. When the regime collapsed in 1991, official statistics indicated that there were simply no Catholics in the country. In 1992, the Fathers of the Congregation of the Immaculate Heart of Mary came from the Philippines and changed that state of affairs.

    But the Church’s situation is anything but simple, since like any other religious organization, she has to renew her registration every year, a process that is always long and unpredictable…

    One of the most restrictive conditions that applies to all foreign organizations present in Mongolia —including the Catholic Church— is the obligation of including a minimum percentage of Mongolian employees in their staff. The Catholic Church remains an exception, for unlike almost all other religious organizations that have the status of non-governmental organizations and 95% of whose staff must be native employees, it obtained permission for a minimum of 75%.

    In this very restrictive context, a new parish was just established on June 11, on the Solemnity of the Most Blessed Trinity. The Church of Divine Mercy in Erdenet, about 150 miles the north of Ulaanbaatar, was blessed by the Apostolic Prefect, Bishop Wenceslao Padilla. It is one of three new parishes to be created for the 25th anniversary of the [conciliar] Catholic presence in Mongolia.

    The community of the Divine Mercy parish was born in 2013, when a Congolese missionary, Fr. Prosper Mbumba, of the Congregation of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, began saying Mass for…only three baptized Catholics then living in the city!

    The goal was to accompany these persons in their [conciliar] faith, and not “leave them like sheep without a shepherd,” declared the priest, who at the time was in charge of a preschool for disadvantaged children, run by his Congregation since 2002.

    “At that time,” Fr. Prosper Mbumba told Fides, “once a month I celebrated [novus ordo] Mass for three Catholics. I remember that once I was accompanied by a few confreres and so we priests outnumbered the faithful in the congregation. In 2013 on Christmas Eve I celebrated Mass with two people and the next day, Christmas Day, there were three.”

    “Gradually,” he continued, “the community began to grow, because the three lay faithful started bringing friends, relations and neighbors. Since 2015 the community has been gathering every Sunday and we had the idea of requesting institutional recognition. In 2016, the Holy Year of Mercy, the local government granted legal status – which is necessary – for this Catholic community. This is why our community decided to take as its name and holy patron Divine Mercy.

    Fr. Prosper Mbumba is now the first parish priest, and on the occasion of that celebration, a new member, an adult, was baptized and received the sacrament of the Eucharist.

    The parish has already celebrated six baptisms and a marriage, and many young people and adults are attending [conciliar] catechism classes. “The Catholic Church in Mongolia, with its 1,300 baptized Catholics and a native priest, looks forward to the future with confidence,” Fr. Mbumba concluded.

    May these Catholics one day discover the true Mass and all the treasures of Tradition!

    Sources: EDA / Fides / FSSPX.News – 06/17/17
     
  4. sarto

    sarto Member

    It is puzzling as to why FSSPX.news feels it has to be the information clearing house for Catholics? What role are they playing in that capacity?