Sunday, November 18, 2012

Archdiocesan Self-destruction Part IV: From a sedevacantist perspective

Below is the November 20th journal entry on Traditio, a sedevacantist website, on the reconfiguration plan for the Archdiocese of Boston:

November 20, 2012 - St. Felix of Valois, Confessor
Double Feast

As the New Order Sect Continues to Lose Money and Adherents Right and Left
The Mega Newdiocese of Boston Shuts More than Half of Its Remaining Churches

From: The TRADITIO Fathers
Just like H.M.S. Titanic: the Newchurch of the New Order has hit an iceberg. As Paul VI-Montini shockingly admitted within just three years of the close of the Modernist Vatican II Council: "We looked forward to a flowering, a serene expansion of conceptions which matured in the great sessions of the Council. But ... one must notice above all the sorrowful aspect. It is as if the Church were destroying herself.... The smoke of Satan has entered the temple of God."
Newcardinal Sean O'Malley, of Boston, Massachusetts, knows this and has thrown in the towel. On November 15, 2012, he admitted to the (few) remaining Newchurchers of Boston that most of their churches would be closed. Out of its 288 remaining parishes, only 135 will survive. O'Malley told them bluntly that the New Order sect was suffering from weak attendance, a shortage of presbyters, and decaying parish finances, which that have left four in ten Newparishes unable to pay their bills.
In other words, Newchurchers are voting on Benedict-Ratzinger's unCatholic New Order with their feet and their pocket-books. After fifty years of the Vatican II lie, a majority of them won't set foot into a New Order church, and they won't pay any longer for the lie that the Novus Ordo is "Catholic."
O'Malley admits that about one in seven Newchurchers even set foot in a church now. O'Malley admits that Newchurch's Great Sex & Embezzlement Holocaust has turned Newchurchers away in droves. O'Malley mouths his belief that Benedict-Ratzinger's "New Evangelization" will bring Newchurchers back, but national studies paint a different picture: even more Newchurchers are leaving. [Some information for this Commentary was contributed by the Associated Press.]
Good Catholics, let's face it. The Newchurch of the New Order has a "product" that it can't sell. The label on the bag says Catholic, but inside is only dust. Newchurch is fooling itself. It has hit the iceberg, and all O'Malley and Ratzinger can do is rearrange the deckchairs on their sinking Titanic.

[N.B: I am not a sedevacantist!]

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