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« on: October 22, 2012, 04:44:48 PM »
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  • [/b]A new sermon is available from Father Pfeiffer, Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 21, 2012, "New Theology of St. Pius X", an analysis of Fr. Pluger's article with Kirchliche Umschau (Church Review, a German Catholic publication).   The last 2 minutes of the sermon are cut short, and will be replaced ASAP.

    At:  www.inthissignyoushallconquer.com


    Two new priests have joined the Fathers, and there is some additional information regarding Bishop Williamson.

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    Fr. Pfeiffer Sermon "New Theology of St. Pius X" 102112
    « Reply #1 on: October 22, 2012, 05:03:08 PM »
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  • Sorry, meant to title - New Theology of Society of St. Pius X, not St. Pius X.  Also, the number is meant to be the date Oct. 21, 2012, / marks don't work.  They are probably code.


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    « Reply #2 on: October 22, 2012, 05:08:22 PM »
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    [/b]A new sermon is available from Father Pfeiffer, Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 21, 2012, "New Theology of St. Pius X", an analysis of Fr. Pluger's article with Kirchliche Umschau (Church Review, a German Catholic publication).   The last 2 minutes of the sermon are cut short, and will be replaced ASAP.

    At:  www.inthissignyoushallconquer.com


    Two new priests have joined the Fathers, and there is some additional information regarding Bishop Williamson.


    Who are the new priests?
    Romans 5:20 "But where sin increased, grace abounded all the more."

    -I retract any and all statements I have made that are incongruent with the True Faith, and apologize for ever having made them-

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    « Reply #3 on: October 22, 2012, 05:15:32 PM »
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  • yes, i keep hoping i will recognize names of priests.......  live in hope....... :furtive:

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  • Time Bombs of the Second Vatican Council...Conference by Rev. Father Franz Schmidberger.
    To live with the Saints in Heaven is all bliss and glory....To live with the saints on Earth is just another story!  (unknown)


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  • Offhand, I don't remember the names of the priests, but one is in Japan and the other is in S. America.  Father talks about them at the beginning of the audio.

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    « Reply #6 on: October 22, 2012, 09:12:00 PM »
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  • Quote from: Viva Cristo Rey
    Time Bombs of the Second Vatican Council...Conference by Rev. Father Franz Schmidberger.


    Where is this talk located? I don't see it on Frs. Chazal and Pfeiffer's site

    Marsha

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    « Reply #7 on: October 23, 2012, 10:28:51 AM »
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    Offhand, I don't remember the names of the priests, but one is in Japan and the other is in S. America.  Father talks about them at the beginning of the audio.


    They are independent priests.
    "It will be the Superior General's job, when the time comes, to pick up the threads again with Rome." Archbishop Lefebvre

    "No doubt we suffered from the departure of some priests and seminarians... In this way we are stronger and s


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    « Reply #8 on: October 23, 2012, 11:03:16 AM »
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  • Beware of false prophets, who come to you in the clothing of sheep, but inwardly they are ravening wolves.




    And now, we have a perfectly liberal Pope, my very dear brothers. As he goes to this country [the United States]which is founded upon Masonic principles, that is, of a revolution, of a rebellion against God. And, well, he expressed his admira

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    « Reply #9 on: October 23, 2012, 11:49:46 AM »
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    Offhand, I don't remember the names of the priests, but one is in Japan and the other is in S. America.  Father talks about them at the beginning of the audio.


    They are independent priests.


    If it is Fr John Narai of Japan, he is truly independent and I doubt he will ally with anyone. A good priest whose experience has brought him to where he now is.

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    « Reply #10 on: October 23, 2012, 11:55:46 AM »
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  •  yes, that is wise... we should all now proceed with caution.... there will be many 'crocodile tears' shed......


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    « Reply #11 on: October 23, 2012, 12:36:04 PM »
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  • This is bound to get me some thumbs down from people, but I just gotta say I can't help but notice that in Frs. Pheiffer and Chazal's sermons about the crisis, and Fr. Voight's essay, they use the words "attack, kill, die" and the like very often when describing the way they have been treated by +F and others. These sound kind of hyperbolic to me when you are discussing  actions which ( though they are understandably hurtful, angering, etc.) do not involve actual physical violence. When they speak of the higher-ups in the SSPX of  trying to kill them, or telling them they must die, etc, it sounds a tad over the top. I get that they mean this figuratively, spiritually, or in the realm of their Priesthood , but if some one didn't quite know what was going on, well... just sayin'

    It makes it seem like they are afraid to start their cars in the morning...

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    « Reply #12 on: October 23, 2012, 12:52:49 PM »
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  • Copied (almost) from the other thread on this same topic:








    THIS IS A VERY IMPORTANT SERMON

    IN THIS SERMON, FR. PFEIFFER OUTLINES THE KEY POINTS
    OF DEPARTURE FROM THE FAITH OF OUR FATHERS THAT IS
    BEING EMBARKED UPON AND IMPLEMENTED BY
    THE DENIZENS OF MENZINGEN
    AND BEING ENFORCED BY DECREE AND THE ASSERTION OF

    "AUTHORITY"

    WHICH IS IN TRUTH A FALSE AUTHORITY




    Wimbledon and Lynford Grange?

    If you want to know what is going on in the Society today that will inevitably
    affect the Society tomorrow, listen well to Fr. Pfeiffer in this sermon of October 21st,
    2012.   Here he gives many clues and point-by-point explanations.

    Did the Holy Martyrs whose feasts we celebrate in the traditional Catholic Calendar
    die in order to hold fast, first of all, to obedience to authority above all else?  

    No, they did not.  

    They died because they were given orders under false authority to do things
    that were in contradiction to the Faith, and it was their adherence to the Faith that was
    the first thing, the most important thing to them.   It is for the Faith that they died,
    and it was for the Faith that they lived, and, it is now for their

    FAITHFULNESS that we celebrate, commemorate and revere them and their martyrdom,

    NOT for their 'obedience.'

    He explains that in the United States, if you want to know what liberal policies in
    culture and legislation will be coming soon, 'look to Canada,' because what is
    going on today in Canada in regards to evolution toward liberalism, is what will be
    coming to the USA in the near future.  It might take a few years, but it's coming.  
    And likewise, in Europe, if you want to know what kind of liberalism is coming,
    look to Germany.  In Germany today, it has been illegal to say something in
    public that offends someone else, whether or not it is true -- see what happened
    to Bishop Richard Williamson in 2009 (later he explains that +W lives in the ATTIC
    of St. George's House in Wimbledon, England, gets exercise climbing the stairs,
    and sleeps with the mice in the rafters of an old house -- I recall that when the
    roof of Lynford Grange was renovated in 1959 the legendary
    Agnus Dei, a gift of Pope Gregory VIII, that St. Edmund Campion
    had carried 380 years prior, on his clandestine missions
    - not in obedience to legitimate authority, but to the Faith of our Fathers -
    was found wrapped in indulgence documents, and stuffed in between the rafters).  

    But now, it is worse, and while this imposition of judgment of CRIME against
    anyone who 'incites racial unrest' spreads throughout Europe, now, in Germany,
    it is becoming a criminal offense for you to 'say anything negative' about anything
    at all, whether it is historical fact or objective observation of what is going on
    right now - if what you say is critical or 'negative' you are soon to become a
    criminal for saying anything that expresses that 'negativity.'  This thing, this
    new 'offense' is being implemented in Menzingen in the SSPX, for they learn what
    policies to enforce by tyrannical means upon the Society from the current
    cultural trends in Germany.  These progressive policies of Germany also affect
    the Roman Church, especially since the Pope is currently a native German, who
    keeps close tabs on his Fatherland - sorry, I mean 'parentland'
    (can't offend women, you see, it's a crime!) -  :scared2:

    The recent, most disturbing interview of Fr. Pfluger (which see) is dissected in
    fairly curt detail, exposing the doctrinal errors that are now afoot and being
    treated by the superiors of the Society as if they were Catholic doctrine.  This is
    most edifying.  Hear the sermon first, then go back and re-read the interview,
    and this time, don't forget the salvaged airline barf-bag.

    For the times, they are a-changin' - and I don't mean for the good.  
    If a trad-Cat guitarist were to compose an updated version of Dylan's hit,
    he would get thrown in jail in Germany!

    This sermon of Fr. Pfeiffer 'tears off the mask of Freemasonry' (cf. Pope Leo XIII) and provides
    a clear roadmap of where the Menzingen-denizens are dragging the lemmings
    of the Society - dragging them down the Garden Path!

    Read it and,  "weep - not over me, but for yourselves and for your children!"
    (St. Luke xxiii. 28)







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    « Reply #13 on: October 23, 2012, 01:08:19 PM »
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  • Quote from: Marlelar
    Quote from: Viva Cristo Rey
    Time Bombs of the Second Vatican Council...Conference by Rev. Father Franz Schmidberger.


    Where is this talk located? I don't see it on Frs. Chazal and Pfeiffer's site

    Marsha




    On the Angelus Press website you find:

    50 Pack - Time Bombs Of Vatican II - $12.95

    In this little booklet, Fr. Franz Schmidberger explains how the Second Vatican Council brought about the destruction of Catholic bastions by:

    •not clearly defining Catholic Truth
    •failing to definitively reject error
    •adopting ambiguous, contradictory language
    •establishing teachings very close to heresy

    Chapters include:

    •The Church after 1945
    •Prophets of gloom
    •A reform of the Church
    •Opening Speech of Vatican II
    •Two modern errors
    •Vatican II
    •Decree on Ecumenism: Unitatis Redintegratio
    •No Salvation outside the Church
    •Ecumenical practices
    •Who is to blame?
    •Decree on the Church: Lumen Gentium
    •Decree on Non-Christian Religions: Nostra Aetate
    •Hinduism
    •Buddhism
    •Islam
    •The Jews
    •Spirit of Indifferentism
    •Declaration on Religious Liberty: Dignitatis Humanae
    •Decree on the Church in the Modern World: Gaudium et Spes
    •False solution
    •True solution
    •"Keep the Faith" - pray

    We printed 100,000 copies. Why? So we can sell them dirt cheap and you can afford to give them away (to friends, relatives, co-workers, etc.) like there is no tomorrow! We know of no better booklet to give to Catholics to help them understand that the doctrinal roots of the crisis lie in five key Council documents.

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    32 pp. Softcover. SAVE WITH THIS PACK OF 50!




    Rhetorical question:  With authorship of such a booklet, what is Fr. Schmidberger
    doing marching lock-step behind Bp. Fellay's accordista agenda?  And furthermore,
    how can Angelus Press keep 50-packs of this in stock and for sale, when they
    are not reprinting I Accuse the Council! which is now a 'rare book' and out
    of stock?


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    « Reply #14 on: October 23, 2012, 03:03:40 PM »
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    This is bound to get me some thumbs down from people, but I just gotta say I can't help but notice that in Frs. Pheiffer and Chazal's sermons about the crisis, and Fr. Voight's essay, they use the words "attack, kill, die" and the like very often when describing the way they have been treated by +F and others. These sound kind of hyperbolic to me when you are discussing  actions which ( though they are understandably hurtful, angering, etc.) do not involve actual physical violence. When they speak of the higher-ups in the SSPX of  trying to kill them, or telling them they must die, etc, it sounds a tad over the top. I get that they mean this figuratively, spiritually, or in the realm of their Priesthood , but if some one didn't quite know what was going on, well... just sayin'

    It makes it seem like they are afraid to start their cars in the morning...


    A lot of people don't quite know what's been going on.  That's the problem.  
    These sermons and letters and conference talks are being given in an attempt
    to wake up the slumbering complacent sheep who are not up to speed.  If we
    do not prepare ourselves for the imminent chastisement, we will be caught
    unawares, if not by the physical, worldwide events soon to transpire, but
    perhaps then by our own personal death that comes before that time.  The
    evil never sleeps, and it has become evident that he is 'pulling out the stops'
    gearing up for some major push in the world, similar to what has happened
    so any times in the past.


    Will it be WWIII? A world wide banking collapse? Famine? Natural disasters?
    Plague? Riots? Revolution? Any combination thereof? Who knows? But something
    is in the works, and these good priests are trying to prepare us, at least
    spiritually.

    Attack, kill and die are themes not unheard of in the history of the Church.
    The faith has been attacked, and martyrs have been killed when they die for
    the Faith.

    Are you aware that it is now becoming illegal in Germany to say things like
    "attack" or "kill" or "die" in public?  Maybe you'll be happier because of that
    new law.  Maybe you helped to write the legislation.  Are you trying to promote
    the idea that it's okay to persecute priests for speaking like St. Athanasius or
    St. John Chrysostom?

    Just because they use these words does not mean they are "afraid" of anything.
    That's your own subjective interpretation, not to be found in their words, but
    yours.



    The truth shall make you free. (Jn viii. 32)



    Remember the lines of the traditional hymn, Faith of our Fathers:

    Faith of our fathers living still,
    In spite of dungeon, fire and sword,
    Oh, how our hearts beat high with joy
    When e'er we hear that glorious word.

    Faith of our fathers, holy faith,
    We will be true to thee till death.

    Our fathers chained in prisons dark
    Were still in heart and conscience free.
    How sweet would be their children's fate,
    If they, like them, could die for thee:

    Faith of our fathers, holy faith,
    We will be true to thee till death.

    Faith of our fathers, we will strive
    To win all nations unto thee;
    And through the truth that comes from God
    Mankind shall then indeed be free.

    Faith of our fathers! holy faith!
    We will be true to thee till death!

    [Someone wrote in a replacement 3rd verse on a copy I have:]

    Faith of our fathers! Mary's prayers
    Shall keep our country fast to thee;
    And thro' the truth that comes from God,
    Oh, we shall prosper and be free!

    Faith of our fathers, holy faith,
    We will be true to thee till death.


    [interesting comment left on that website page:]

    Nov. 7, 2010 Bruce A. Wilson Charleston, WV, United States  This hymn was written in celebration of the Catholic Emancipation Act, by which it became legal for the first time since the Reformation for Roman Catholics to worship openly in England. The bit about 'our father's chained in prisons dark' -- nobody had gone to prison for a while just for being Catholic, but there would have been English Catholics who were old enough to have remembered stories from their childhoods of it having happened to people of the immediately preceding generation.

    Source: http://www.hymnal.net/hymn.php/h/830#ixzz2A9OEHezo




    There's nothing new under the sun.  It's already happened before, in England,
    even.  People were killed there for being Catholic.  St. Edmund Campion was
    hanged, drawn and quartered, for what? For traveling in secret, when it was
    against the law to do so, to give "missions" and say Mass, baptize, hear
    confessions, bring viaticum to the sick, Extreme Unction to the dying, against
    the legitimate authority of the state, because it was all illegal to do these things.

    And now, as we speak, it is once again becoming illegal to do these things.  Why?
    Because if traditional priests were in 'conformity with the law' they would be doing
    what the tyrant in Menzingen dictates, making accommodation with error.  You
    start on that slippery slope, and there is "no end to the things" (EC 275) you will
    learn to do to accommodate error.

    This is how Modernism, "the sewer of all heresies" (Fr. Pfeiffer's 10-21) gets under
    your skin and becomes part of you, without your knowing it.  It's part of the air
    we breath in 2012, because it has been so for 50, 60 or 70 years, already.  One of
    the symptoms of this spiritual disease is, you don't know you're infected.  It's not
    going away, any time soon, if ever.  Perhaps Our Lady can do something to slow
    it down for a while, but the mystery of iniquity will one day consummate the
    history of the world when the pride of satan will attempt to usurp the authority of
    God Himself.  And it might not be all that too far off..............................






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