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Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Now I plan to go back to focusing on news stories that interest me and historical items that I am focusing on at any given time.

I am especially interested in WWII at this time and how much we have been lied to over the years.
Do not confuse all those ordained by Archbishop Lefebvre with the heretical SSPX (Society of St. Pius X).

Lefebvre founded the Seminary known as SSPX shortly after the Vatican II changed.

Lefebvre wavered on the sede vacante position for many years and in the end did not hold this position.

It must be remembered however that many of the Priests in the SSPX did hold the sede vacante position and all were trained and ordained in the true Catholic rites and Sacraments.

Eventually, those Priests who held the sede vacante position were either expelled or left the SSPX and have been functioning either independently or in cooperation with Bishops who hold the sede vacante position - all of whom are under the supplied jurisdiction of the Church.

For example, Bishop Daniel Dolan (not to be confused with the novus ordo Timothy Dolan), Bishop Donald Sanborn, and Fr. Anthony Cekada were all trained in the SSPX seminary and ordained priests by Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre, but they are NOT members of SSPX.

Bishop Daniel Dolan and Bishop Donald Sanborn were both consecrated Bishops in the line of Archbishop Ngo.

There are also other Bishops in the world and many other priests who are valid and hold the true faith - do not be deceived by this cult that claims they are the only Catholics left.

By their fruits you shall know them!

Funny that in the Seraph many times it was pointed out that the lack of vocations, the closing of schools and churches, etc...  in the novus ordo is evidence of the errors of the novus ordo.

give that some thought for a while

Just for the information of those who are interested.

This is the claim of Bishop Louis Vezelis and Bishop Giles Butler:

In a talk in Montreal, Canada, Marcel Lefbvre (Known to the public as "Archbishop Lefebvre") publicly acknowledged to the crowd that the man who ordained and consecrated him was "Cardinal" Lienart; and that Lienart was a Freemason.
Forgetting his theology, or perhaps even subscribing to an opinion contradicted by general Catholic teaching, Lefebvre publicly stated that he had actually seen Lienart in all his Masonic paraphernalia. To which statement he added: "Fortunately, my orders are valid." Well, this is what most people accepted as true.                                                                                                                 


Here is the problem with this logic.  

1.  Bishop Louis does not detail the circumstancesof how Lefebvre said he saw Lienart in all his Masonic paraphernalia.  Here is the story:

  A source cited is Archbishop Lefebvre himself. In a talk given in Montreal, Canada on May 27, 1976, he stated:
      “Two months ago in Rome, the traditionalist periodical Chiesa Viva, published — I have seen it in Rome with my own eyes — on the back side of the cover, the photograph of Cardinal Liénart with all his Masonic paraphernalia, the day of the date of his in­scription in Masonry..., then the date at which he rose to the 20th, then to the 30th degree of Masonry, attached to this lodge, to that lodge, at this place, at that place. Mean­while, about two or three months after this publication was made, I heard nothing about any reaction, or any contradiction. Now, un­fortunately, I must say to you that this Cardinal Liénart is my bishop, it is he who or­dained me a priest, it is he who consecrated me a bishop. I cannot help it... Fortunately, the orders are valid... But, in spite of it, it was very painful for me to be informed of it.”
      The issue of Chiesa Viva was No. 51, March, 1976. In it there is an article entitled "Il Cardinale Achille Liénart era Massone."
However, the Archbishop's memory was faulty, for the photograph involved was a picture of Cardinal Liénart in ordinary ecclesiastical attire, and below this a drawing which shows a monumental entrance door to a building around which Freemasonic sym­bols are grouped. This second picture carried the designation: "Entrance door to a Freemasonic temple."

Think about it, if such a photo existed, would not Bishop Louis or Bishop Butler have published it in the Seraph?  Would it not be available all over the internet?

All these rumors about Lienart being a Mason are rooted in a book entitled Papal Infallibility (L'lnfaillibilité Pontificale) by the French writer Marquis de la Franquerie..  All of this nonsense is rooted int his mysteriouis author, who bases all of his assertions on an "annyonomus "Mr. B".  

This is all nonsense and as baseless as the claims that Pope Pius XI was a Freemason made in a book by Brother Joseph Mc-Cabe entitled: A History of Freemasonry.  


But, let us assume he was - does this invalidate the ordinations he made?  We know for a fact that the Church recognized ordinations performed by Bishops who were Freemasons in France after the French Revolution.  We KNOW that a heretic, an atheist, even a satanist can validly administer the Sacrament of Baptism - so why would a freemason not be able to validly administer Holy Orders?

Think about the fact that Freemasonry is a SECRET society - how can one KNOW if any Bishop is/was or is/was not a Freemason?

There are those who claim that the Bishop who ordained Vezelis was a Freemason - should we doubt Vezelis' ordination and subsequent Consecration and therefor all the clergy ordained by Vezelis?

How could we ever KNOW if any given Priest was validly ordained, after all, since Freemasonry is secret, the Bishop who ordained this priest or that priest could have been a freemason!

The Church has had enemies since Christ founded it, Arians, Gnostics, Protestants, etc... all of which hated the true Faith and deceived Catholic Clergy members, including Bishops - Freemasonry is no different.

The fact is - there is no evidence Lienart was a freemason - NONE, but even if he was, this in and of itself is not reason for positive doubt and hence no reason to doubt his ordinations anymore than a reason to doubt Vezelis' ordination.  

This nonsense is part of the cult like power play where these men can claim ordinary jurisdiction which can only be granted by a Pope - the Supreme Pontiff.

Gorsuch calls same-sex marriage decision ‘settled law’

WASHINGTON — Judge Neil Gorsuch referred to the Supreme Court’s recent same-sex marriage decision as “settled law,” using a stronger phrase than he has for other legal precedents.
Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., asked Gorsuch to explain how his views on marriage equality have changed since 2004, when the George W. Bush administration was pushing for ballot initiatives that banned the practice in states.
Gorsuch replied that sharing his “personal views” would send a misleading signal to the American people that he might be inclined to rule one way or another on future cases that come up on the subject.
“It’s settled law?” Franken interrupted.
“It’s absolutely settled law,” Gorsuch replied....

Meanwhile, Fr. Joseph Noonon is still ad nauseam praising Donald Trump and his picks for the Courts and Cabinet!

I have been spending a great deal of time trying to find Catholic clergy that are valid and not heretics and in the course of this, I spoke with a Priest named Fr. Stephen McKenna who is an associate Pastor at St. Hugh of Lincoln in Milwaukee, WI and a Priest at St. Gertrude the Great in Ohio.

He was very knowledgeable about the Faith and very nice to talk with.  I spoke with him a few weeks ago and in the mean time, I listened to several sermons by the Bishops and clergy he is associated with and read much about them and their own writings.  The Bishops are in the line of Archbishop Ngo Dinh Thuc and most of the younger clergy have been trained at Most Holy Trinity Seminary in Florida.

I live several hundred miles from Milwaukee, but plan to attend Mass there once a month.  Last night I received a phone call from Fr. McKenna and he offered to come to my home and offer Mass for my family.  I was shocked, I have not even met this Priest, but he is coming this evening to offer the Mass.  It is out of his way to do this, but he looked at a map and decided to call me and offer this.

The highest law of the Church is the salvation of souls and by the grace of God Catholic clergy have been made available to us making it possible for us to attend Mass much more often than I had hoped.

Here are some links to these clergymen:

St. Hugh of Lincoln - Milwaukee, WI

Most Holy Trinity Seminary

St. Gertrude the Great

St. Gertrude the Great Resources

Fr. Cekada's blog

The argument that will be made by some is that many of the clergy were ordained by Archbishop  Marcel Lefebvre and are therefore supposedly invalid or their validity is in question.

This false argument is based entirely on hearsay evidence that in the 1920's when Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre was ordained a priest, the Bishop who ordained him was supposedly a Freemason.  Never mind the fact that Pope Pious XII himself elevated Marcel Lefebvre to the Episcopacy as an Archbishop.

There is absolutely no actual evidence of these claims, even the supposed admission by Lefebvre that Lienart (the Bishop who ordained him) was a Freemason was based on a photograph in a Catholic periodical in which Lefebvre mistook Leinart to be in masonic garb, when he clearly was not and no such photo of Leinart in Masonic garb has ever been produced.

But even if Lienart was a Freemason, this does not invalidate the ordination.  Freemasonry is by definition a secret society and we know that Freemasons have been in the ranks of the Clergy for centuries.  If being a Freemason would make all sacraments administered invalid or questionable, we would have to question all clergy and all Sacraments.

Think about it - how are we to know that the Bishop who, for example, ordained Bishop Louis Vezelis a priest was not a Freemason?  What if someone made the hearsay accusation that he was - are we to now doubt his validity and the validity of all the clergy Bishop Vezelis ordained?  By the way, the accusation has been made that the Bishop who ordained Vezelis was a Freemason.

It is nonsense.  Lefebvre made many mistakes in his attempts to reconcile the true Faith with the Vatican II faith and seemed to flip flop many times over the years, but his clergy are valid and were all ordained using the pre-vatican II rite.  Remember, Louis Vezelis did not proclaim the sede vacante state until the 1980's.

Those days were times of confusion for all Catholics - "When the Shepherd is struck, the sheep will be scattered".

But God has provided clergy for His Church and it is not just a bishop and two priests for the entire planet.

Think about it.

Hitler bombing England....with peace leaflets, attempting to get through to the people, since the government was totally Jewish controlled.

Read about it in this book:  

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

This is pretty entertaining - "psychics" exposed for the bovine excrement that soooo many unthinking morons fall for...

Another fake conservative exposed:

The system is now promoting Cannibalism:

Evidence of the cult like nature of my previous Parish

A few years back, the governor of Wisconsin went completely contrary to Catholic teaching on capital and labor and took away the right to collectively bargain from nearly all public sector employees in Wisconsin.

When this occurred many people in our Parish thought this was fantastic, primarily due to their justified dislike of public school teachers, the teachers union, and public education in general.

But they could not get past this dislike and see that what Walker was doing was wrong and it effected more than just teachers.

I asked Fr. Bernard what the position of the church was on this issue and then posted his response - here is the link and a cut and paste of that post:


After today's announcements and the sermon the other day, it seemed to me that Fr. Bernard was a bit unclear on the current events in Madison.

I spoke to Fr. Bernard after Mass today for clarification.

PLEASE PRINT THIS POST IF YOU DOUBT IT and bring it with you if you have questions for Fr. Bernard.

I asked Fr. Bernard the following questions:

Was it wrong and contrary to Church teaching for Governor Scott Walker to take away collective bargaining rights from the public sector workers in Wisconsin?  Fr. Bernard answered - Yes

Is it wrong and going contrary to the Church for people to support Governor Scott Walker in regards to the issue of taking away collective bargaining.  Fr. Bernard answered - Yes.

If you question or doubt this - PRINT this post so that words are not mixed up and the issue is crystal clear.

This is in regards to the issue of collective bargaining and collective bargaining only.

The rest of it is peripheral and a matter of opinion - ie: pay cuts, benefits, retirement, etc... - it is perfectly fine to support his desire to lower their wages, benefits, etc... - but to support the taking away of collective bargaining is going contrary to the Church.


Somehow this was interpreted as an attack on Fr. Bernard, as will be demonstrated in the email I got from one of the "good women of the Parish" as Fr. Bernard constantly refers to them.

Below is an email that I received from the woman who used to partner in this blog with me and who is a supposed member of the Third Order of St. Francis:

Blog Post

Tue 5/24/2011, 10:43 AM

Fr. Bernard then demanded that I post a letter that he had written supposedly defending himself from my horrible "Clarification" post.

At the time, Bishop Louis Vezelis was sick, so I was in constant contact with Bishop Giles Butler, who gave me permission to respond to the letter that Fr. Bernard demanded that I post and ordered me not to respond to.  Bishop Giles proof read my response to the letter that Fr. Bernard ordered me to post and gave me permission to post my response.

This response was truthful and 100% accurate, and unfortunately for Fr. Bernard, made him look foolish, but truth is truth.

All the while, even though Bishop Louis was sick, he was reading my blog.  Not once did I get a reprimand for any of this, in fact, shortly after the posting of Fr. Bernard's letter and my response to it - Fr. Bernard ceased speaking of any politics from the pulpit.  I suspect Bishop Louis ordered him to keep quiet about things he does not know about.

Here is a link that contains letter that Fr. Bernard ordered me to post and tried to prevent me from responding to, along with my response.

As you can see, Linda's comments about a Papal Nuncio's understand of Church teaching being beneath Fr. Bernard's understand of Church teaching - clearly illustrates the cult like nature.

Her statements about her own family's experience are ridiculous as well.  Her husband worked for a company that was and more importantly STILL IS union.  The union went out on strike when he was working there, and rather than sacrifice during the strike like all the other workers did, he took a different job and in the end, screwed himself and his own family.  Had he stayed on strike like all the other workers and sacrificed a little for a short time, he and his family would have been MUCH better off.

The bottom line of this whole incident back then was that Fr. Bernard was going completely contrary to Church teaching and choosing politics over the Faith.  I pointed this out and his pride would not allow him to see it.  I had one Bishop proof reading everything I posted and another reading all of it and never once was I reprimanded or told I did anything wrong, yet I get this  hate filled email from a "humble" third order member.

(btw - at the time, I never told anyone that I was in communication with Bishop Giles, as he asked me not to mention it, because Bishop Louis was sick at the time.)

This email from her is a clear example of the "Franciscan humility" of the so-called Third Order of this cult-like Parish.  Needless to say way back then - i blocked her from posting on this blog.

Anyhow - just had to get a few things off my chest.
More proof, besides his leaving his adultery, drunkeness, and immoral movies, that Mel Gibson is a fraud and his "traditional catholicism" is a sham!

Signs you are in a cult and how they applied to me...

Here are some universally recognized sings of a cult taken from various sources:

1.  It's leader is self appointed, messianic, and not accountable:  

Like a Catholic bishop who claims universal ordinary jurisdiction and that he is the only bishop left on the planet, hence not accountable to anyone but himself!

2. It forms an elitist totalitarian society.

Like a little group of odd people who claim that they are the only "true" Catholics left on the planet!

3. Nobody questions authority.  

Even when the clergy do and say some of the strangest and clearly unchristian things, it is not questioned.  When the clergy do things like moving the Parish 40 miles away from where it was the center for the majority of it's members.  When it's founder and leader, who has taken a vow of poverty owns tens of thousands of dollars of toy trains because he likes model railroads. 

4.  If one dares to question authority, they are excommunicated and "shunned". 

Like banning people from the Sacraments and excommunicating them for daring to speak the truth or question authority

5.  The religion is esoteric (secretive).  

Like accusations being made, but never revealing who is behind the accusations.  Like not revealing church collections or revenue.  Like never explaining completely irrational decisions and actions, etc.

6. Dishonoring or dividing the family unit. 

Like separating a mother from her children and supporting a drunken father in divorcing his legitimate wife and abandoning his children.

7. Small cliques control the cult and are the enforcers of the leaders.

This should be obvious to anyone who has ever had to deal with the coven of women in Wisconsin.

None of these things apply to the true Catholic Church!

I still cannot believe that I allowed myself to live in denial for so long.

I think it was because upon finding this Parish and seeing the Latin Mass for the first time in my life and seeing the window dressing of the true Catholic Church, I fell into dismissing things that were clearly wrong.

When I first came upon this parish, some of the things they claimed seemed unbelievable, (mostly about the novus ordo) but they turned out to be true and I think at some point, I just started believing everything they said and did not delve deeply into it.

Over the years many things seemed odd or wrong, but I always dismissed them as "human error", but when it got to the point of excommunication and banning of people from the Sacraments for no justifiable reason, along with the Bishop flippantly threatening to close the parishes in Wisconsin - I awoke and put it all together.

Do not be deceived, there are other valid Bishops and Clergy that hold the true Catholic Faith.

This little cult of Franciscans are schismatic in that they have completely separated themselves from all other Catholics and hence the Sacraments that they administer, while valid, are illicit.  This fact can be clearly seen by the words of our Lord:

"By their fruits you shall know them."

Think and pray about these words of our Lord.

If it were not for Germany invading the Soviet Union, the world wide takeover of Communism would have occurred violently and rapidly.  Hitler delayed that New World Order, had the US not gotten involved, he would have destroyed it.  Instead, the Communist takeover of the western world was done through gradualism and subversive acts, primarily the usurpation of the Papacy.  Of course, the Jewish controlled media and news networks played a huge role, but prior to the victory of Communism in WWII, the Catholic Church kept the Jews at bay.

Monday, March 20, 2017

great meme to share:

Sunday, March 19, 2017

great way to "trigger" a "progressive"...

They are among the greatest men who ever lived!

Saturday, March 18, 2017

Where to attend Mass:


Our Lady of the Sun International Shrine 
12534 West Peoria Ave 
El Mirage, AZ 85335 
Fr. Federico Palma 


Blessed Sacrament Church 
1150 Mellus St. 
Martinez, CA 94553 
Fr. Thomas Zapp 

St. John Bosco Church 
1606 Imperial Ave. 
Modesto, CA 95358 
(209) 599-6242 
Fr. Julian Larrabee 


Our Lady of Victory Chapel 
2566 Sable Blvd. 
Aurora, CO 80011 
Fr. Eugene Berry 

St. Cyril of Alexandria Chapel 
Le Clarion Hotel 
314 West Bijou St. 
Colorado Springs, CO 80905 
Fr. Eugene Berry 


Most Holy Trinity Seminary 
1000 Spring Lake Hwy. 
Brooksville, FL 34602 
Sunday: 9:00 Low, 10:30 High 
Bp. Donald Sanborn 

Most Holy Trinity Seminary Mission 
At the Vero Beach Women's Club 
1524 21st St. 
Vero Beach, FL 32960 


Child Jesus Mission 
204 North Main 
Milledgeville, IL 61051 
Coordinator: Christopher Browne 
309-732-1690 Home 
309-230-6782 Cell 
Fr. Charles McGuire 


Our Lady of the Rosary Chapel 
1184 Hwy 178 
Opelousas, LA 70570 


Our Lady Queen of Martyrs Church 
16414 E. 14 Mile Rd. 
Fraser, MI 48026 
Fr. Oscar Saavedra 

St. Dominic Savio Chapel 
7095 Kochville Rd. 
Freeland, MI 48063 
Fr. Daniel Ahern 

Our Lady of the Snows Chapel 
Murner & Parmater Rds. 
Gaylord, MI 49735 
Fr. Daniel Ahern 


Ss. Processus and Martinian Mission 
Rochester, MN 
Wykoff Community Center 
226 N. Gold St. 
Wykoff, MN 55990 
Fr. Stephen McKenna 


St. Gertrude the Great Mission 
Albuquerque, New Mexico 
Monthly Masses, private setting 
Contact Fr. Palma for Mass times and location at: 


St. Michael Chapel & Shrine 
507 Rd. 9W 
Glenmont, NY 12077 
Fr. Joseph Collins 

Sacred Heart/Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Shrine 
442 Fairview Ave. 
Hudson, NY 12534 
Fr. Joseph Collins 


St. Therese of Lisieux Mission 
Bismark, ND 
Home Mass 
Fr. Stephen McKenna 

St. Teresa of Avila Mission 
Home Mass 
Grand Forks, ND 58201 
Fr. Stephen McKenna 


St. Gertrude the Great 
4900 Rialto Rd. 
West Chester, OH 45069 
Bp. Daniel Dolan 

St. Claire's Mission 
Chillicothe, OH 45601 
Fr. Vili Lehtoranta 


Our Mother of Perpetual Help Chapel 
4161 Square Dance Rd. 
Horizon, TX 79938 
Fr. Roberto Mardones 


St. Augustine Church 
12083 Smith Neck Rd. 
Carrollton, VA 23314 
Fr. Daniel Ahern 


Our Lady of Guadalupe Church 
3914 N. Lidgerwood St. 
Spokane, WA 99207 
Fr. Gerald Kasik 

Holy Redeemer Chapel 
11824 10th Ave. SW 
Seattle, WA 98146 
Fr. Ercoli 


St. Hugh of Lincoln Church 
2401 S. 12th St. 
Milwaukee, WI 53215 
Fr. Charles McGuire 


St. Athanasius Mission 
St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada 
Fr. Daniel Ahern 
bimonthly as announced 

St. Monica Mission 
Halifax, NS (Nova Scotia) 
Fr. Daniel Ahern 
bimonthly as announced 

St. Pascal Baylon Mission 
Summerside, PE (Prince Edward Island) 
Fr. Daniel Ahern 

Our Lady Mystical Rose Mission 
Amherst, Nova Scotia 
Fr. Daniel Ahern 
bimonthly as announced 

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