Saturday, May 10, 2014

"Black Mass" condemed by Archdiocese

On Monday, May 12th, Harvard University is hosting a Satanic "Black Mass" on campus. Naturally the Archdiocese of Boston would condemn such an act and have Eucharistic reparation at St. Paul's Church in it's place. But would they condemn a True Catholic Mass, the one canonized by the Council of Trent? Sadly, the answer is yes.

Unless you have been living under a rock, the Archdiocese of Boston is the most poorly-run Catholic diocese in the United States. Canon Law is ignored, financial abuses, homosexual abusive clergy, liturgical abuses in all parishes except for a handful, weak episcopal leadership, and so forth. The list goes on and on.  

I hate to say it, but there is a Church of Satan, and there have been organized "Black Masses" all over the world, and sometimes in Catholic parishes. But the Novus Ordo Missae was written by an alleged Freemason, an adherent of the "not-so-secret" satanic cult. Many bishops and cardinals have been known to be Freemasons, and are allowed to pollute the liturgy and religious education at all levels.

This post can be used as a pitch not to attend the New Mass and ONLY attend the Traditional Latin Mass or an Eastern Rite Mass.

In terms of the weak episcopal leadership in Boston, my stance has not changed for the past few years: Cardinal O'Malley needs to go. I have written to two popes about this in the best interest of the diocesan and universal Church. Why Cardinal O'Malley has done a good job handling the cases of sexual abuse by priests (which earned him a seat on the Vatican committee for such), he has done nothing else in the governance of the Archdiocese except overpaying laypeople to destroy it!

This recent incident is another prime example of a bishop not doing his sanctification duties towards his diocese. When Illinois legalized same-sex marriage last year, Bishop Thomas Paprocki of Springfield, Illinois (the state capital) performed an exorcism. As Archbishop of Boston, Cardinal O'Malley is the only person who can authorize an exorcism in the Archdiocese of Boston. He should in this case, because this event is directly related to the Devil.

Eucharistic reparation is okay, but an exorcism should be authorized here. A full Solemn Exorcism, with purple vestments and all.

Boston needs a Marcel Lefebvre-type archbishop to solve all the problems of the local church. Please pray and keep writing to the Holy See about the ongoing scandals.

A simple message for His Eminence: DO YOUR JOB AS GOD DESCRIBES, OR RESIGN! And take your cronies with you!

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