#FOWC, Supernatural Reality

Sede Vacante means to be Catholic

    Where is the AUTHORITY?

Why is it that the governments of the world whether in Politics or the Faith are having similar problems?

Reading Twitter lately is woeful to learn of the overflowing labels of Catholics. They all seem to possess their trademarks. They continuously argue which brand is the better one. It is evident to anyone with just a smidgen of grace to realize the Novus Ordo is not in the least united to the teaching Church that Jesus Christ founded.
Consider the prayer we pray known as the Act of Faith, during the rosary. ANALYZE THAT LAST SENTENCE!
O MY GOD, I firmly believe that Thou art one God in Three Divine Persons, Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. I believe that Thy Divine Son became Man, and died for our sins and that He will come to judge the living and the dead. I believe these and all the truths which the Holy Catholic Church teaches because Thou hast revealed them, Who canst neither deceive nor be deceived. 
The question is; how can YOUR Pope DECEIVE? The Catholic Church is in the STATE of sedevacantism. Sedevacantism is not a bad word; it is not heresy; the Vatican has even in the past way before Vatican II, issued a stamp with the words “SEDEVACANTISM” printed on it. This stamp is now a collector’s item.
Search it out!

Stamp

6 thoughts on “Sede Vacante means to be Catholic”

    1. 1958 was the death of the last Catholic Pope, after that the infiltrators who slowly wormed their way; first pretending, joining the seminaries, decades later they rose to the top till one of them was elected by other infiltrators leaving the Catholic cardinals in confusion. If you want more information out of curiosity, you can start by reading the Alta Vendita, a Freemasonic instruction booklet of how they planned to destroy from within. Just search “Alta Vendita”

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  1. If that’s the case, then I imagine “the infiltrators” would be pretty pervasive at this point — probably even, to some extent, were in 1958 already. Does this mean you can’t find a Catholic local church to attend? Thank you for this suggestion… although I wouldn’t want to buy a Freemason book. I’ll see if I can find it online (while I wouldn’t know if something secretive presented online would be authentic).

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    1. Thank you Marleen for your comment; just to answer your question, yes there are pockets of Catholic, priests, Bishops and lay people all over the world, but they were scattered for awhile, a consequence of having no True Pope to unit us. With the aid of the Internet we are organizing, and just today a guest blogger used my blog to add his opinion of what is going on it you care to look at the post of today on my blog. Thank you again God bless you, Marleen

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  2. I’ve done some looking around on the internet and found the interrelational topics rather startling. I’m not sure where to begin, and there likely isn’t much reason to go in depth. But I’ll say that Jesus didn’t come to impose Latin (of any sort — which is also not to say any sort of Latin is bad per se). I am somewhat familiar with the subject matter as my dad grew up Catholic (and his family, other than his own dad, was somewhat uptight/exacting about it). He didn’t continue except to visit once in less than a blue moon (taking me to visit as well). He went to Catholic school up thru eighth grade, besides going to that form of church regularly on through college; I suppose his Catholic schooling was completed in or around 1954/5, but he was part of an actively Catholic family. My grandfather helped to, in fact, build the school and fund the building of the school. He was part of the community until he died (in the 1960s), although he noticed, even while his children were attending, that there were odd values among the authorities (like insisting on the newest clothing as if it were a moral issue). Most people do the best they can with their religious environment, and that’s that. My dad did some additional thinking about it. So did I.

    I agree that there won’t be a pope before Jesus returns as Messiah, but I don’t believe there was ever a pope in the ultimate spiritual sense. Head of an organization, sure. I have (long before this conversation) done some digging into the origins of said organization [an organization that didn’t begin with Jesus, while the members I’ve met for the most part seem to seek to honor Jesus]; human wranglings and angling ensued shortly after Jesus walked the earth (seriously also while he did). There is one head of those who look forward to Jesus — Jesus (in union with the Father and Holy Spirit). There is and has been no perfect organization or government; while people often mean by this that seeking excellence is a waste of time, that’s not what I mean. Anyway, it is my impression (which could be wrong) of “Masons” that they are somewhat anti-Judaic as well as anti-Catholicism. I don’t find a solution to or improvement over that in going ahead with anti-Semitism in a different form, called radical traditionalist Catholicism. The last thing I’ll say now, even if it might seem random, is that I remember Catholic nuns covering their heads and sometimes their necks (and regular women wearing headscarves) in the 1960s and early 1970s.

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    1. The way I understand the Latin you mention; The Church is absolute and it should be if it is from God. Latin is a dead language, therefore, the meanings do not change. An example would be the word “gay” fifty years ago gay meant to be happy, joyful, but today if you say you are gay, it means something else. This is why Latin was chosen by the Church, Jesus did not impose it but the Church guided by the inspiration of the Holy Ghost did.
      When Jesus chose Peter to be the first Pope, which means head Bishop, leader and also the representative of Christ on earth, knowing Peter would not live till the end of the world, the Church being a Divine Institution, founded by God, the Holy Ghose would inspire the next leader and so on. Till the “so-called” leaders were no longer Catholic; we’re there in the Vatican at the time you mentioned adapting to the world with the “newest clothing”. The beginning!
      Catholics are not allowed to judge the soul of anyone, but it is important to pray to God you will be united to the religion founded by Christ in some way pleasing to Him.

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