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Praying for the Pope
« on: September 30, 2016, 01:09:34 PM »
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    Pope Leo XIII, after He Had Had a Vision in 1884
     Of the Catholic Church Being Overwhelmed by the Forces of Satan
     To Be Saved only By St. Michael the Archangel, Prince of the Heavenly Host
     Ordered that Prayers for the Church Be Prayed after Every Low Mass
     These Consist of Three Aves, the Salve Regina
     The Prayer for the Exaltation of the Church, and the Prayer to St. Michael
     To Protect the Church against Satan


    To Protect the Church against Satan

    Dear TRADITIO Fathers


    In accordance with the recommendation of Pio of Pietrelcina, I pray the Morning Offering every day, but am troubled about praying for the intentions of Francis-Bergoglio. I can't believe that a Marxist and paedophile-supporter can be legitimately Catholic. Can you suggest an alternative?

    The TRADITIO Fathers Reply.

    We would suggest using the traditionally-approved prayer for "the exaltation of Holy Mother the Church." This often-overlooked prayer is prayed as part of the Leonine Prayers, or Prayers after Low Mass. You will find it in your traditional Catholic handmissal. It begins (in the Latin): Deus, refugium nostrum [God, our refuge]. If you do not have a traditional Catholic handmissal, click on FAQ05: What Traditional Catholic Resources Do You Recommend?" in the TRADITIO Network's Library of Files: FAQs and Traditional Apologetics department.

    Pope Leo XIII, in 1884, reported that he had had a vision during Holy Mass of the Church being overwhelmed by the forces of Satan, to be saved only by St. Michael the Archangel, Prince of the Heavenly Host. St. Michael's intervention for the Church is indicated in both the Old and New Testaments. It was because of this vision that Pope Leo decreed the Prayers after Low Mass to be recited, consisting of three Aves, the Salve Regina, the Deus, Refugium Nostrum, and the prayer to St. Michael the Archangel to protect us against Satan. In the Deus, refugium nostrum, you are praying, of course, not for the Newchurch of the Order, which is now headed by the Marxist Francis-Bergoglio, but for the true Catholic Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ, wherever in these troubled times you find it outside of the "institutional" (Newchurch) structure, which is no longer Catholic.

    Remember, too, that Pio of Pietrelcina did not suggest that the Rosary was the only weapon for these times. Even more traditional are, inter alia, the Seven Penitential Psalms, the five approved Litanies (of the Saints, of the Holy Name, of the Sacred Heart, of the Blessed Virgin Mary/Loretto, and of St. Joseph), the Little Office of the Blessed Virgin Mary (which is superior to the Rosary), the Angelus of the Blessed Virgin Mary (optimally prayed morning, noon, and night). All of these Pio prayed as well.

    It is important to note that in 1964, the anti-Catholic Newchurch of the New Order, which replaced the Catholic Church as the "institutional" Church on November 21 of that year during the Vatican II Anti-Council, suppressed the prayer to St. Michael. Subsequently, Newchurch was completely overwhelmed, to the extent that its Newpope, Paul VI-Montini, publicly admitted just eight years later, on June 29, 1972, on the eighth anniversary of his coronation, that "the smoke of Satan (fumus Satanae) has entered the temple of God." Since 1972 the Newchurch of the New Order and its Newpopes have succumbed to heretical doctrine, an invalid and Protestant "Mess," and moral depravity, involving all the Newpopes personally in the filth of paedophilia and fraud. Meanwhile, the true Catholic Church continues to flourish in numerous places around the world, sustained in no small measure by the Leonine Prayers and the Prince of the Heavenly Host, St. Michael the Archangel.

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    « Reply #1 on: October 01, 2016, 12:05:49 AM »
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  • I think every good Catholic should pray for the Pope. Those who feel that they should criticize the most should pray the most.
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    « Reply #2 on: October 01, 2016, 06:31:54 AM »
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  • I pray for the Restoration of Christendom and for us to have a good pope just about every day...
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    « Reply #3 on: October 01, 2016, 09:15:50 AM »
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    I think every good Catholic should pray for the Pope. Those who feel that they should criticize the most should pray the most.
     :pray:  :pray: :pray:


    Yes, I also pray for A pope, we pray on the telephone rosary conference calls daily for that intention.

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    « Reply #4 on: October 01, 2016, 09:34:14 AM »
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    I think every good Catholic should pray for the Pope. Those who feel that they should criticize the most should pray the most.
     :pray:  :pray: :pray:


    For the person that up thumbed that quote please observe that "Praying for the pope" does not say anything, one could be praying that Pope Francis continue his "great work" of allowing adulterers to receive communion, for people to confess directly to God, and for women priests.
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    « Reply #5 on: October 01, 2016, 01:49:10 PM »
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    I think every good Catholic should pray for the Pope. Those who feel that they should criticize the most should pray the most.
     :pray:  :pray: :pray:


    Where would you place yourself on the scale of "those who feel that they should criticize the most?"

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    « Reply #6 on: October 04, 2016, 11:52:56 PM »
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    I think every good Catholic should pray for the Pope. Those who feel that they should criticize the most should pray the most.
     :pray:  :pray: :pray:


    For the person that up thumbed that quote please observe that "Praying for the pope" does not say anything, one could be praying that Pope Francis continue his "great work" of allowing adulterers to receive communion, for people to confess directly to God, and for women priests.


    I think that all good Catholics should pray for the Pope.

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    « Reply #7 on: October 04, 2016, 11:55:43 PM »
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    I think every good Catholic should pray for the Pope. Those who feel that they should criticize the most should pray the most.
     :pray:  :pray: :pray:


    Where would you place yourself on the scale of "those who feel that they should criticize the most?"


    I don't feel competent to sit in judgment on those who are over me. I let god be the judge. I pray for them that they receive the merciful judgment that I would like to receive from God on the day of my own judgment.


     

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