Kidnapped in Nigeria Monday April 29 2019

By Fadalucas Ogbonn Face Book “If I keep Quiet, the Media will not tell you that a Catholic priest, Rev. Father John Bako Shekwolo, of the Catholic Archdiocese of Kaduna has been kidnapped in Ankwa, Kachia Local Government Area of Kaduna State, Nigeria.

The priest was kidnapped in the early hours of Moday, 29 April 2019 near Kachia town.

This was confirmed by the Chancellor, Archdiocese of Kaduna, Reverend Father Daniel J. Kyomm in a statement made available to journalists in the state.

The statement read: “We regret to announce that one of our priests, Rev. Fr. John Bako Shekwolo has been kidnapped by unknown persons…”

Father Luigi Villa Had a Papal Mandate to Investigate Masonic Infiltration of the Vatican


By Dr. Franco Adessa Father Villa was informed by Padre Pio, during a visit, that he was chosen to investigate for Masonic spies in the Vatican. The young priest, amazed, said he couldn’t.  “You will go see Pope Pius XII” said Padre Pio. 

download 4.jpg   And so he did !  And this is was the message he received from Pope Pius XII Pro Secretary of State, Cardinal Domenico Aardini:

“Tell Monsignor Biambattista Bosio that I approve the assignment entrusted to Father Luigi Villa from Padre Pio .  I grant him a papal mandate.                                                                                                                    .download 5.jpg


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Can the Chaste Homosexual Priest Be an Asset to the Church? Attla Sinke Guimaraes

“What kind of man will follow an effeminate commander conducting a campaign?”

“After completion of the book ‘Vatican II: Homosexuality and Pedophelia’ I thought it convenient to expound and refute some of the most common sophisms that surround the two-fold crisis of homosexuality and pedophilia that scourges the Catholic Church”

Sophism 7  (Sophism: argument used deliberately to deceive)

The homosexual priest who is chaste is not a problem and can even be a great assistance to the Church


The priesthood is a calling for men who aspire to a higher degree of perfection and bind themselves to practice the three evangelical counsels:  perpetual chastity, voluntary poverty, and, perfect obedience.  They dedicate themselves to the service of the Church.  The vow of chastity consists of abstaining from marriage and maintaining sexual continence.  Since the homosexual does not have attraction to women, the vow to abstain from marriage is of small import to him and does not constitute a sacrifice.  For him to be chaste- to not sin with another man – is not a prerogative that comes from a counsel of perfection, but an imperative of nature. No one ever has the right to practice homosexuality. So, for a homosexual the vow of chastity and celibacy have an entirely different meaning than the one always understood by the priesthood.

Further, the homosexual priest has an androgynous tonus that alienates normal people and does not inspire trust.  For the great battles of the Catholic Faith and Morals, the faithful seek manly leaders who are experienced fighters.  Proponents of homosexual priests claim they can be models of kindness and compassion, but such homosexual priests lack the steel temper needed to conduct those battles.

Priests are the future Bishops who should command the fights against the enemies of the Church.  What kind of man will follow an effeminate commander conducting a campaign?  The homosexual cannot earn the trust and maintain the morale needed to govern and defend the Church.

Therefore, priests cannot be homosexuals.


The religion of the rights of man

“The viiolent destruction of the monarchy itself, which was nothing but a visible reminder of the relationship between God and man, is itself a clue to wider intentions”

Vexillum Immaculatae

May 25, 2016                                                                                                                                             The Memorial of Pope Saint Gregory VII

It is hard to underestimate the change that occurred in the outlook of the human race at the end of the eighteenth century.  Prior to that moment, for all of recorded history, the divine had been at the center of human existence.  Even if cultures or peoples of bygone eras had ignorant or mistaken notions of who God is never in their wildest dreams would they have ever even thought…

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The first deliberate use of mass media to control a society

“..95% of what is in the media is an attempt to manipulate the people into becoming servants of an agenda.”

Vexillum Immaculatae

June 13, 2016                                                                                                                                        The Memorial of Saint Anthony of Padua

I was reading Jacques Crétineau-Joly’s marvelous though sadly never translated into English work L’Église Romaine en Face de la Revolution from 1859 about the disastrous calamities in Europe that both caused and resulted from the French Revolution and I came across a fascinating passage about the state of France between 1789 and the massacres of the fall of 1792 (translation and italics mine):

In each city there exists a (political) club…

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Haurietis Aquas: You shall draw water joyfully from the wellsprings of salvation


“Are you afflicted? Do your enemies persecute you? Does the remembrance of your past sins trouble you?  Do you feel your heart agitated by disquiet, by fear, or by passions? Come! Throw yourself into my arms.  Enter into My Heart.  I am the asylum and refuge of holy souls, and a place of shelter where your soul is in perfect security..” Cor Christi asylum perfugii in tentationibus and tribulationibus   (Blosi Consol of the Faithful Soul)       

“In this adorable Heart”, says St. Peter Damian, “we find all the weapons necessary for our defense, all the remedies suited to the cure of our diseases, all the most powerful aids against the assaults of our enemies, all the sweetest consolations to alleviate our sufferings, all the purest delights to fill our souls with joy.”

“The Sacred Heart of Jesus” says the devout Lanspergius, “is not only the seat of all…

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