Jesuit Sleight of Hand

Pope Francis has announced his Jubilee “Year of Mercy” which is to celebrate the Second Vatican Council, a novelty since from the beginning, the Holy Years and most especially the very rare Jubilee Years are based on events and dates relating to Our Lord Jesus Christ. Yet this remarkable event will celebrate the work of man, Vatican II. Why is that?

Professor Patrizia Fermani explained on the website Riscossa Cristiana:

This is where the sleight of hand comes in. Here we have the formidable idea of giving a sacramental form to the revolutionary political program. All they have to do is give it the solemn form of a jubilee. This will disguise, even for those who are dazed, obtuse or confused, the reversal of the Church’s mission under a load of religious pathos. Bergoglio’s mercy, general amnesty with a retroactive blotting out of sin, has to have a theological and sacral form capable of vanquishing all resistance.

In primitive religions, mystical exaltation was also the sublimation of what is irrational and carnal. Bergoglio’s jubilee aims at the sublimation of the new rites of modernity that have become the rites of the ecumenical, atheistic and popular New Church of the third millennium, and by its momentum it will produce the definitive consecration thereof.”

Professor Fermani is a founding member of Giuristi per la Vita (Lawyers for Life) and founder of the Comitato Nel Nome dell’Infanzia (Committee on Behalf of Infancy). By her phrase “in primitive religions”, we understand pagan. And we agree, the Bergoglio/Kasper “Year of Mercy” manipulates poor sinners enslaved by their persistence in sins to believe that the Church offers them a form of mercy with no requirement to turn away from that sin, the visible church is tragically misleading poor sinners. Precisely the reason that the Angel of Fatima urged the prayer, “… By the infinite merits of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, I beg the conversion of poor sinners”.

On March 15, the Italian journalist Antonio Socci wondered on his website antoniosocci:

Will the Holy Year that has just been announced be centered on Jesus Christ, like the preceding ones, or on Pope Bergoglio? …The Jubilee—ever since the first one in 1300—has always been set on dates that refer to the years of the birth and death of Jesus Christ. Including the (very rare) Extraordinary Jubilees.

The one in 2016 is the first Jubilee in the history of the Church that is not centered on the historical event of Jesus Christ, of His earthly life. Since they had to find some reason to convoke it in 2016, Bergoglio decided that it would be held for the 50th anniversary of the closing of Vatican Council II.

But what sort of an anniversary is that? They have never held a Jubilee for a Council. Then, too, the Second Vatican Council ended in 1965, not in 1966, and therefore they are not celebrating the 50th but the 51st anniversary of the conclusion of the 21st Council of the Church.

Therefore this is a pretext that is more than anything else ideological and even self-referential, because it is centered on an ecclesial event rather than on Christ. (If we had to consider similar events in the history of the Church, we could organize a Holy Year every year.)

The first Jubilee in history that will not be centered on the Christ-event will have, as its undisputed media protagonist, Pope Bergoglio, the pope who incidentally does not greet the faithful with the traditional phrase, ‘Praised be Jesus Christ,’ but rather with ‘Good day’ and ‘Good evening,’ so that the media salute him as the ‘agreeable pope’.

The Corriere writes in a front-page story: ‘It will be dedicated to mercy.’ But that is redundant, because all Jubilees, by their very nature, are dedicated to divine mercy. The Cathedral in Siena has over its portal an engraved slab that records the words with which Boniface VIII proclaimed the first Jubilee in history, in 1300, and the key word is precisely “mercy”.

Why, then, did they decide to say that the 2016 Jubilee will be particularly centered on mercy and is characterized by that?”

As Professor Fermani stated above, the answer lies in the dogged determination of Pope Francis and the Kasper Faction to push through their radical agenda to change the Church “irreversibly”, by the clever ploy of a Year of Mercy, based not on Our Lord Jesus Christ, but on the workings of a disobedient group of “experts” at Vatican II. Each and every one of those men had sworn a solemn oath against the Modernist heresy, against, in fact, all that they subsequently accomplished after Pope Paul famously blew the Apocalyptic Trumpets.

Disobedient Pope John XXIII opened the Council by stating,“Today, the Bride of Christ [i.e., the Church] prefers to use the remedy of mercy instead of taking up the weapons of severity.” Pope Francis has repeated this quote approvingly in announcing his Holy Year. Cardinal Kasper has confirmed that Pope Francis intends to use the Holy Year of Mercy in his irreversible reform agenda for the church.

Think on these things, and pray the Rosary. We all must amend our lives, do penance and pray as never before.

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