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« on: October 15, 2015, 03:04:47 PM »
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  • It looks like Fr Cardozo was able to bring the Sacraments to some US locations recently.

     :rahrah:

    http://www.cristiadatradicinalista.blogspot.com/2015/10/abbe-cardozo-en-floride-septembre.html



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    « Reply #1 on: October 15, 2015, 03:50:09 PM »
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  • These pictures are taken
    the first one in florida, in Sanford mission
    the 2nd one: in a new mission in el paso Texas
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    « Reply #2 on: October 15, 2015, 04:23:48 PM »
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  • Why does he wear a beige soutane?
     

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    « Reply #3 on: October 15, 2015, 04:27:56 PM »
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  • I like his cassock.  It has got the roman collar and everything.
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    « Reply #4 on: October 15, 2015, 06:21:46 PM »
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    Why does he wear a beige soutane?

     

    That color was standard military issue for Army in World War II.  All officers and enlisted men had at least trousers in beige and formal dress required beige shirts as well, with a tie of either beige or dark brown.  After the war, many of them continued to wear it for the rest of their lives, perhaps out of habit, but maybe something more.

    I don't know if Fr. Cardozo's reason is related, but the Church practiced solid Catholicism in 1945, and all the field Masses were exactly what we have today in our most traditional chapels.  That is to say, a Catholic Mass with well-dressed Army soldiers in attendance during WWII was a church full of men in beige from wall to wall, the only variation being beige or dark brown ties.

    I don't know about Navy or Marines, but I think Air Force dressed like Army.

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    « Reply #5 on: October 15, 2015, 06:25:40 PM »
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    It looks like Fr Cardozo was able to bring the Sacraments to some US locations recently.

     :rahrah:

    http://www.cristiadatradicinalista.blogspot.com/2015/10/abbe-cardozo-en-floride-septembre.html




    Does Fr. Cardozo speak mostly Spanish?  
    (I see the source website is in French but I seem to recall Spanish for him.)

    Does he give sermons in English?

    Are there any videos of his sermons?

    Is he from Mexico or somewhere in South America?

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    « Reply #6 on: October 15, 2015, 06:35:07 PM »
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  • He's in Brazil most of the time. He travels a lot

    http://farfalline.blogspot.com.br/p/missas-no-brasil.html

    Mexico is very far, very far.
    His sermons in Brazil are in portuguese with spanish accent .In fact some may say it's spanish with portuguese accent :)
     He's from Argentina.

    https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=Pe+cardozo

    Here's a powerful sermon:

    Por que condenar formalmente o Concílio Vaticano II? = "Why  formally reject Vatican II?

    Concílio = Council


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    « Reply #7 on: October 15, 2015, 06:52:49 PM »
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  • You know what he says in the video? go to 14:00

    "A Bishop showed up saying Vatican II is 90% bad, 93% bad... so If I bring you here a cake and say 'the cake is 98% good , 2% poison, who eats?!."

    14:25 I can't understand what he says
    i14:27: "...for 50 years! and I'm tired of it and I'm afraid that these little kids [he points to the children] will eat 2%, 1% of it!"



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    « Reply #8 on: October 15, 2015, 07:44:46 PM »
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    He's in Brazil most of the time. He travels a lot

    He's from Argentina.

    Here's a powerful sermon:
    Por que condenar formalmente o Concílio Vaticano II? = "Why  formally reject Vatican II?"


    [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/embed/EYPp_xlycP0[/youtube]

    Interesting facts:  Being from Argentina and traveling a lot, he must have some experience with Bergoglio's history in that part of the world.  But his outlook on the Faith is obviously quite different, to say the least.  I can't help but wonder what Fr. Cardozo would be doing about now if he had been elected Pope instead???

    What does Fr. C have to say about Pope Francis, being from the same neighborhood, practically speaking?  He mentions "Francisco" in his sermon.

    I get the impression that he could write a book or ten about this topic.  

    Still, it would help if I could hear him in English.  Does he speak English?

    One thing's for sure:  
    There is someone who has a real gift for setting up the backdrop for an altar.
    The simple white curtain bordered with nicely arranged red draperies is wonderful to see.
    Am I imagining things, or is the wall behind the draperies curved, so it kind of embraces the altar?

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    « Reply #9 on: October 15, 2015, 08:12:39 PM »
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  • .

    These are found on one of the linked sites:







    A very powerful set of images, IMHO.  
    Padre Pio was ANYTHING but "calm" when it came to defending the truth.
    But in regards to prayer, he was the definition of calm.

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    « Reply #10 on: October 16, 2015, 03:03:05 AM »
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  • Quote from: Neil Obstat
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    He's in Brazil most of the time. He travels a lot

    He's from Argentina.

    Here's a powerful sermon:
    Por que condenar formalmente o Concílio Vaticano II? = "Why  formally reject Vatican II?"


    [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/embed/EYPp_xlycP0[/youtube]

    Interesting facts:  Being from Argentina and traveling a lot, he must have some experience with Bergoglio's history in that part of the world.  But his outlook on the Faith is obviously quite different, to say the least.  I can't help but wonder what Fr. Cardozo would be doing about now if he had been elected Pope instead???

    What does Fr. C have to say about Pope Francis, being from the same neighborhood, practically speaking?  He mentions "Francisco" in his sermon.

    I get the impression that he could write a book or ten about this topic.  

    Still, it would help if I could hear him in English.  Does he speak English?

    One thing's for sure:  
    There is someone who has a real gift for setting up the backdrop for an altar.
    The simple white curtain bordered with nicely arranged red draperies is wonderful to see.
    Am I imagining things, or is the wall behind the draperies curved, so it kind of embraces the altar?

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    He mentions Francis in other sermons. This one for instance:



    The title in english: "Summary about the Crisis in The Church"

    There's are great information about Bergolgio as a Bishop of Buenos Aires.  I'd save this video and ask someone who speaks spanish/english to translate to you, it's a very good video regarding the crisis in the Church, don't miss it.

    I don't feel safe to translate Fr. Cardozo words into english. As you have noted my english is not good.

    In the other video I did the best I could to give you in bad written english what he have said.


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    « Reply #11 on: October 16, 2015, 03:28:20 AM »
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  • That website I sent you IS NOT maintained by Fr. Cardozo. The reason I've sent you is to show that it contains his schedule for September. Bear in mind it's incomplete. I don't have the complete one though.

    What happened is Fr Cardozo sent his schedule by email and the site's owner (farfalline.blogspot) paste in the website to inform Catholics in Brazil. If you want more information regarding who owns that blog , go to http://farfalline.blogspot.com.br/p/leia-antes.html

    As far as I know Fr. Cardozo doesn't have a website or blog. I believe is he sending his schedule in advance to the faithful by email. It turns out someone who attend his Mass put the dates on the website he/she owns. I'm not owner of that website and I don't know personally anyone who attends to Fr. Cardozo Mass as of today (16 Oct 2015) In fact I don't own a blog or a website neither I know anyone who has a blog/website regarding Catholic Resistance in Brazil.






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    « Reply #12 on: October 16, 2015, 03:58:13 AM »
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    Por que condenar formalmente o Concílio Vaticano II? = "Why  formally reject Vatican II?"

    This question, "Why formally reject Vat.II", is a very timely question these days.

    I would really like to know what Fr. Cardozo has to say in answer to his own question.

    Let me say this about that:

    In all the history of the Church, the first 20 Ecumenical Councils were convened for two purposes IN COMMON, for there were also other purposes unique to particular synods.

    But the two common purposes were fundamental in ALL 20 of the Great Councils.  What were those two common purposes?

    Answer:  The two purposes common to all 20 of the first great councils of the Church were these:  They were all a gathering of the world's Catholic bishops with the 2 objectives to   1)  Define Church doctrine (defend the truth, clarify teaching, formalize dogma), and   2)  Anathematize error (condemn heresy, fight against ambiguity, denounce evil).  

    Secondly, while an ecumenical council is not a sacrament, certainly we are not prohibited from applying the same standards of quality to the councils as we apply to the sacraments, insofar as regards validity.  In order for a sacrament to be valid, it must have 3 things:  proper form, proper matter, proper intention.  Therefore, it is not unreasonable to say that in order for a council to be valid, it must have proper form, matter and intention, as well.  

    Thirdly, we have the principle of Sacred Tradition.  In everything the Church does, the issue of what the Church has done always and everywhere in the past is of paramount importance.  This applies to the sacraments, obviously, such as Baptism and the use of pouring water and the need for the same person who pours the water which washes away original sin from the soul of the recipient, to be the person who pronounces the words of Baptism, etc.  Consequently, any so-called baptism that has one person pouring the water and some OTHER person saying the words, even if the words are proper, the baptism is not valid.  The same person has to pour the water AND say the words at the same time or else there is no baptism taking place.

    If we were to set aside the questions of form and matter for the moment, and only look at intention, what do we find?

    We find, in the history of the Church, that is, BEFORE Vatican Council II, each and every one of the first 20 Councils were convened with the intention to define dogma and to condemn heresy.  Therefore these are to be held as essential criteria for a Council to be valid.  If there is a council or synod called with the intention to do otherwise than to define dogma and condemn heresy, that would be an invalid council.  To exemplify this point, there was a synod of bishops where their intention was to update the liturgy and move the Church's practices forward to be more relevant to the times.  This synod was CONDEMNED as utterly null and void by a subsequent pope, for the very reason that there was no intention to define truth and doctrine and to rule against lies, falsehood and error.  

    What do we find at Vatican II, then?  

    Answer:  At Vat.II we find not only an implicit desire to not define doctrine and to not condemn error, we find from the VERY START, that is, in the Opening Speech of John XXIII, on October 11th, 1962 (53 years ago this past Sunday), we find the openly and specifically contradictory intention. We have John XXIII "Good Pope John" saying that this is not a doctrinal council but rather it's a "pastoral council" (never before in the history of the Church had there been a "pastoral" council called by the Pope), and furthermore, it would proceed without any adherence to the "prophets of gloom" (universally recognized as an allusion to the 3 Fatima children in particular and to the Fatima message by extension), for there would be no anathemas pronounced in this council.  

    For these reasons, the only sane answer is that Vatican II was not a council of the Church.

    Since it was not a council of the Church, it must be formally rejected by all Faithful Catholics.

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    « Reply #13 on: October 16, 2015, 04:06:04 AM »
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    I appreciate your help, irirfleo, but the schedule of Fr.'s Masses won't help me if they are out of my area.  I am in Los Angeles, and I didn't see any California venues listed.

    It would be really great, however, if someone could translate my post, above, regarding the validity of Vat.II into Portuguese and send it to Fr. Cardozo.  I would love to hear his reaction to my post, if he has one.

    And mind you, this is prior to my having heard what he has to say about why we should "formally reject" Vat.II.  It may be an entirely different message he has and I might have a lot to learn from what he says.

    This seems to be a very important theme, because all the errors and disagreements today amongst Catholics can be seen as an outgrowth of misunderstanding the importance of Vat.II and its aftermath.

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    « Reply #14 on: October 16, 2015, 04:08:53 AM »
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    Por que condenar formalmente o Concílio Vaticano II? = "Why  formally reject Vatican II?"

    This question, "Why formally reject Vat.II", is a very timely question these days.

    I would really like to know what Fr. Cardozo has to say in answer to his own question.

    Let me say this about that:

    In all the history of the Church, the first 20 Ecumenical Councils were convened for two purposes IN COMMON, for there were also other purposes unique to particular synods.

    But the two common purposes were fundamental in ALL 20 of the Great Councils.  What were those two common purposes?

    Answer:  The two purposes common to all 20 of the first great councils of the Church were these:  They were all a gathering of the world's Catholic bishops with the 2 objectives to   1)  Define Church doctrine (defend the truth, clarify teaching, formalize dogma), and   2)  Anathematize error (condemn heresy, fight against ambiguity, denounce evil).  

    Secondly, while an ecumenical council is not a sacrament, certainly we are not prohibited from applying the same standards of quality to the councils as we apply to the sacraments, insofar as regards validity.  In order for a sacrament to be valid, it must have 3 things:  proper form, proper matter, proper intention.  Therefore, it is not unreasonable to say that in order for a council to be valid, it must have proper form, matter and intention, as well.  

    Thirdly, we have the principle of Sacred Tradition.  In everything the Church does, the issue of what the Church has done always and everywhere in the past is of paramount importance.  This applies to the sacraments, obviously, such as Baptism and the use of pouring water and the need for the same person who pours the water which washes away original sin from the soul of the recipient, to be the person who pronounces the words of Baptism, etc.  Consequently, any so-called baptism that has one person pouring the water and some OTHER person saying the words, even if the words are proper, the baptism is not valid.  The same person has to pour the water AND say the words at the same time or else there is no baptism taking place.

    If we were to set aside the questions of form and matter for the moment, and only look at intention, what do we find?

    We find, in the history of the Church, that is, BEFORE Vatican Council II, each and every one of the first 20 Councils were convened with the intention to define dogma and to condemn heresy.  Therefore these are to be held as essential criteria for a Council to be valid.  If there is a council or synod called with the intention to do otherwise than to define dogma and condemn heresy, that would be an invalid council.  To exemplify this point, there was a synod of bishops where their intention was to update the liturgy and move the Church's practices forward to be more relevant to the times.  This synod was CONDEMNED as utterly null and void by a subsequent pope, for the very reason that there was no intention to define truth and doctrine and to rule against lies, falsehood and error.  

    What do we find at Vatican II, then?  

    Answer:  At Vat.II we find not only an implicit desire to not define doctrine and to not condemn error, we find from the VERY START, that is, in the Opening Speech of John XXIII, on October 11th, 1962 (53 years ago this past Sunday), we find the openly and specifically contradictory intention. We have John XXIII "Good Pope John" saying that this is not a doctrinal council but rather it's a "pastoral council" (never before in the history of the Church had there been a "pastoral" council called by the Pope), and furthermore, it would proceed without any adherence to the "prophets of gloom" (universally recognized as an allusion to the 3 Fatima children in particular and to the Fatima message by extension), for there would be no anathemas pronounced in this council.  

    For these reasons, the only sane answer is that Vatican II was not a council of the Church.

    Since it was not a council of the Church, it must be formally rejected by all Faithful Catholics.

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    "Por que condenar Formalmente Concílio Vaticano II"? (translation  = "Why Formally reject Vatican II?")  is the title of video. During the video Fr. Cardozo explains what is a Council and why Vatican II is not a Council of the Catholic Church.

    See the title is in " " and because it's in portuguese I thought it would be a good idea  to translate the title to english.

     

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