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Proposed Australian Open Declaration of Resistance

Following the courageous declaration of Fr Altimira's congregation in Columbia, it is proposed that the faithful of the Resistance throughout the whole of Australia collectively declare our resistance to the demolition of the SSPX and of Tradition with an open letter to Bishop Fellay.

What a courageous effort on the part of these faithful in Columbia. The fact that these good people have such a strong faith is due to the efforts of Fr Altamira; and we could say that the opposite has happened to the faithful in Australia - their faith is weak due to the SSPX priests and their shifting (weakening) positions on what the SSPX always stood for!

Perhaps the Australian declaration would not be the same as the Columbian. But one could be made with the support of all the Austalian lay Resistance members and sent to Bishop Fellay! There is strength in numbers with such action, as per the impressive number of faithful in Columbia.

Tynong is certainly unique in the fact that no action has been taken against those in the Resistance and nothing has been said openly. An Australian open letter to Bishop Fellay would certainly open the eyes of many at Tynong (including some priests) and other Mass Centres around Australia who are kept in the dark about what is really happening in the SSPX. The collective number of faithful supporting the Resistance in Australia would make the others take notice and hopefully open their eyes to the reality of a worsening situation.

Our lack of action will result in the New World Order taking complete control of the entire world; and they are fearfully close.

Of interest is this Oath of a Knight:
1) Be without fear in the face of your enemies
2) Be brave and upright that God may love thee
3) Speak the truth even if it leads to your death
4) Safeguard the helpless

Our duty as Catholics is to protect the faith, alert the faithful, expose the enemy and forge a strong resistance against them.

"Archbishop Lefebvre was unfaltering in his theology as he was holy in his demeanour, his duty was abundantly clear: the Church had been betrayed; the smoke of Satan had entered the Sanctuary; souls were perishing; Christendom was coming apart; Christ was everywhere being uncrowned by "Jews, communists and freemasons" and their progressive/modernist allies. He had to act and to resist with every ounce of strength and courage he could muster. He did exactly that, persevering in the struggle (for the Catholic Faith) till the very end. And so must we!" (Pg 24. Synagogue Rising)

The time to fight back, dear friends, is NOW. Fighting back does not just mean mere prayer, penance, acts of mortification and reparation. Nor is the Rosary enough by itself. The Rosary is one of the most powerful weapons in the arsenal of the Church Militant in countering the great errors and evils of modern times, but it is not the only weapon.

For most of us, to pray and do nothing more is to sin by omission and by neglect.

Leo I explains it as follows: "Not to oppose error is to approve it, and not to defend truth is to suppress it, and indeed to neglect to confound evil men when we can do it, is no less a sin than to encourage them."

Let us all show the same courage as the little maid from Orleans who became a great Saint and defender of the Catholic Faith, Saint Joan of Arc.

Viva Christo Rey!


 

cojoman

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May I suggest that such a declaration if it eventuates take a more positive direction rather than a purely negative one?
By this I mean that we should compose a list of doctrines and beliefs that have always been held sacred by Traditional Catholics and if worded well should become a list which every SSPX priest and lay supporter must be prepared to sign ..... perhaps a 'positive' expression/adaption of the anti-modernist oath?
www.franciscan-archive.org/bullarium/oath.html
 

Admin

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cojoman said:
May I suggest that such a declaration if it eventuates take a more positive direction rather than a purely negative one?
By this I mean that we should compose a list of doctrines and beliefs that have always been held sacred by Traditional Catholics and if worded well should become a list which every SSPX priest and lay supporter must be prepared to sign ..... perhaps a 'positive' expression/adaption of the anti-modernist oath?
www.franciscan-archive.org/bullarium/oath.html

Good suggestion
 
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