Fatima — The Chastisement of Impurity

“Father, the devil is in the mood for engaging in a decisive battle against the Blessed Virgin. And the devil knows what it is that most offends God and which in a short space of time will gain for him the greatest number of souls. Thus, the devil does everything to overcome souls consecrated to God, because in this way, the devil will succeed in leaving souls of the faithful abandoned by their leaders, thereby the more easily will he seize them.

That which afflicts the Immaculate Heart of Mary and the Heart of Jesus is the fall of religious and priestly souls. The devil knows that religious and priests who fall away from their beautiful vocation drag innumerable souls to Hell … The devil wishes to take possession of consecrated souls. He tries to corrupt them in order to lull to sleep the souls of laypeople and thereby lead them to final impenitence.” (Sister Lucia of Fatima to Father Agustin Fuentes, December, 1957)

In that same interview, Sister Lucia had stated that the Blessed Virgin Mary was very sorrowful because no one had heeded her message. She also stressed that at that particular time, that is, in 1957, “the punishment from heaven is imminent.” Sister Lucia had earlier, in 1955, told Cardinal Ottaviani that the secret was to be revealed in 1960, “because it will be clearer then“.  Continue reading “Fatima — The Chastisement of Impurity”

Quo vadis, Pope Francis?

Bishop Fellay of the Society of St. Pius X recently gave an interview in Menzingen, Switzerland in which he expressed his opinion of Pope Francis. The interview is published in its entirety in the Society’s newsletter:

http://sspx.org/en/publications/newsletters/transcript-bishop-fellays-11-2013-interview-2894The arrival of a new pope

The following is simply a few excerpts with my comments, emphasis is mine:

Bishop Fellay addressed the issue of the Pope’s astonishing suppression of the Tridentine Mass in the Congregation of the Franciscans of the Immaculate, pointing out that this order based on the spirituality of St. Maximilian Kolbe is dedicated to the Immaculata.  Continue reading “Quo vadis, Pope Francis?”