“And so, Benedict XVI decided that he could change that which is unchangeable…the truth.” At 100 MPH he slammed into the wall of TRUTH. “The truth and the Papacy remain fully intact.” Barnhardt



Judica me, Deus, et discerne causam meam de gente non sancta.S


German Ecclesiastics Like Cardinal Walter Kasper Want to Destroy the Papacy in Order to Appease the Lutherans and Annex the Lutheran German Church Tax (Kirchensteuer) Revenues

Let us open with a quote from the new MUST-HAVE BOOK: “The Divine Right of the Papacy in Recent Ecumenical Theology”by J. Michael Miller, ARSH 1980, (who is now the Archbishop of Vancouver). Let us quote the opening words of Chapter NINE, “Lutheran-Catholic Dialogue”, emphases mine, with screen cap below:

In ecumenical dialogs the question of papal primacy was long avoided. Theologians preferred to discuss a series of other controversial questions before taking up the papacy, the…

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  1. The book: ‘The Divine Right of the Papacy in Recent Ecumenical Theology’ J. Michael Miller – easy to read and very educational about the Papacy. Ex: “The Pope rules by Divine Right. The Papacy is not a human institution” “The office that the Lord had conferred on St. Peter was inherited by his successors”

    This book simply shatters the idea of a synodal Church. I got it on ‘Google Play’ e-edition for 9.99

    Viva Cristo Rey! Mary Anne


  2. hellenback7

    Anne has connected a lot of dots and she makes a compelling case.
    It’s obvious she loves Christ and His Church.
    I could only hope that a few bishops would take a look at this.
    Short of direct Divine Intervention I don’t see many of today’s clerics becoming her allies.

    I believe Catherine of Sienna successfully prodded a Pope (if I remember correctly).

    Point being, even a great mystic Saint and doctor of The Church had to work things out through appeals to the Hierarchy to have the Truth acknowledged and defended.

    We live in very different times.
    I forget the exact date Anne announced in the video’s beginning but I think it was the same month that an Italian priest was excommunicated for insisting Francis is an antipope.
    ’nuff said for now.


    1. They have had direct Divine intervention … with their reaction being nil. Fatima, Lourdes, LaSalette, and the black bird attack on the Pope’s white peace dove. Then there was the lightning strike … a brilliant rope of lightning with a crack ‘heard round the world’ to the dome of St. Peters. Papal reaction? Zip! The doctrine of the supernatural has been being removed since my children came home and told me Adam and Eve wasn’t really true in the early 70’s. That’s another story. The point is that God is supernatural. Do they believe in God even?


      1. hellenback7

        I should have been more clear.

        I was speaking of intervention in terms of something like what happened to St.Paul or Ananias and his wife.

        In charity, preferably something along the lines of St.Paul. But if there is a conscious attempt to subvert the Holy Spirit, the latter would do just fine.

        I had heard Pope John XXIII said he’d never declare anything “ex cathedra”.
        I only recently read the same about Francis (on this blog quite recently) but have not tracked down where and when he said it.

        Personally, I’ve alwats believed if a Pope attempted to make an ex cathedra statement on Faith or morals that was not the ontological truth, that they would be treated to the same fate as Ananias.
        The possibility of “even the elect would be deceived…” has forced me to rethink my assumption but Jon XXIII and purportedly Francis don’t appear to want to tempted God… in that manner at least.

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      2. I was away all day and failed to check comments. Thanks for this good comment. I thought you meant from heaven. I don’t think Pope Francis would DARE to proclaim anything ex-cathedra, but then you never know. I don’t think God would let him.

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      3. hellenback7

        Thanks Mary Anne.

        Yes direct…as in via The Holy Spirit intervention; and I agree about Francis not daring, as he likely knows better than to put Our Lord directly to the test.

        It’s easy to get sidetracked with so much confusion but then I remember Christ’s Words to Peter when he asked about John;

        “What is that to you…follow me”…so I try to do what He asked.

        Wishing you a peaceful and Happy New Year!


  3. Our religion is not supposed to be rocket science … it’s so easy to get side tracked in this day of days. It is true, as you have written: Just do what He asks. Thanks for turning me to the Bible.

    He said more in Matthew VII:22 “Many will say to me in that day Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in Thy name and cast out devils in Thy name, and done many wonderful things in Thy name? And then will I profess unto them: I never knew you … depart from me you that work iniquity”

    “Everyone therefore, who heareth these My words, and, doth them, shall be likened to a wise man, who built his house upon a rock. And the rains fell and the floods came, and, the winds blew and they beat upon that house, and, it fell not, for it was founded upon a rock.”

    “And everyone who heareth these My words, and, doth them not, shall be like a foolish man, who built his house upon sand.

    “And the rains came, and the floods came, and the winds blew, and they beat upon that house, and it fell. And great was the fall thereof.”

    I was thinking as I typed “house built upon a rock” that perhaps the rock is ‘Peter’? Anyway, He is saying the same thing here … do what He asks.

    A very happy, healthy, and, holy New Year to you also!! God Bless you and yours!


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