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My prayers for you, Bishop Noonan. You have lost the faith!

“For there shall be a time when they will not endure sound doctrine, but according to their own desires they will heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears, and will indeed turn away their hearing from the truth, but will be turned unto fables” – St Paul the Apostle (Tim 4: 1-8)

I was recently contacted by a brother in arms that lives in the state of Florida. He and two close friends of him are new to Traditionalism. At first they did not agree with me when it came to the crises in the Church and the apostasy coming from our own hierarchy. The more they visited parishes in their diocese, which they fled by the Grace of God, the more they became convinced that there really is a crises in the Church.

Since I will not expose his real name to the public, out of request, we will call him MG since this is a knick name he prefers to go by, standing for his patron Saint, St. Maria Goretti in whom I ask to intercede for us. Now MG and his two friends were once under the Diocese of Orlando headed by His Excellency Bishop Noonan, whom they resist and now only attend  parishes that offer the True Mass, including the Eastern Rites.

When you examine the parishes within the Diocese of Orlando, as I have since I physically been in one in my previous years, you can see that these parishes have, objectively speaking, lost the faith. From Modernist architecture to watered down catechesis, it sticks out like a soar thumb. What has made my stomach drop was the story of what one of MG’s friends, who goes by  JP, has reported to me.

When JP formally attended the New Mass at his old parish, he has made it known to me that Bishop Noonan was the celebrant one Sunday. After Mass JP sobbed uncontrollably and reported to Bishop Noonan about the liturgical abuses that take place in his parish in which only blaspheme Our Lord. Bishop Noonan chastised him with responses such as “You do not have peace in your heart… You shouldn’t care about what others did but only about yourself… just attend another parish.”

With a response like that, can we say that this Bishop cares for souls? In my opinion, the state of his diocese in which is infected by modernism only reflects his pastoral care and the faith that he believes in since he fails to correct and condemn the actions and blasphemies within his own diocese.

Payback for a prankster: Bishop Noonan wears his Mickey miter during the farewell lunch and roast thrown by Pastoral Center employees.

“Bishop Noonan wears his Mickey Mitre..” From Archdiocese of Miami Website, Article: Truly a Blessing – Dec 15, 2010



Now that I have introduced everybody to the Bishop, I would now like to give you a glance of one of the many parishes under his pastoral care. Friends, welcome to Our Lady of Lourdes located in Daytona beach. According to their own website their heading reads “Rethink Church … Building Justice, welcoming diversity, extending conditional love, embracing inclusiveness, advocating mercy!”

For all of those that understand Novus Ordo language, it is clear that this is a parish of apostasy and heresy that only rejects dogma. Still not convinced? Lets examine a few images from their very website, shall we?

Here, my friends, is a poster in their parish that reads “Welcome all colors, all sexes, ALL ORIENTATIONS, ALL RELIGIONS, all cultures, all ages, all sizes, all individuals. Love Lives Here” (Emphasis on Orientations and Religions in which is heresy and sacrilege.) If you are asking if they are serious, indeed they are.


Interreligious event


Made by “Rev” John Petty of All Saint Lutheran church

Just incase anybody wants to accuse me of calumny, overreacting, and cherry picking pictures from liturgical abuses from the past or simply imagery from Protestant congregations, I challenge you to visit their very website in where I am getting this information and imagery. In fact, many of the images I have displayed above come from their very video. Did I tell you that they have a snack bar in the sanctuary? Talk about dismissing canon law and the fast, eh? I just wonder who is justifying all of this…


Bishop Noonan and Priest of Our Lady of Lourdes parish, Father Phil

Pray for these men, my dear brothers and sisters in Christ, and do not have hatred for them, but only their evils. Since today is the feast of Saint Peter Chrysologus (meaning golden speech), let us ask for his intercession since he kept the faith.



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The Gift of Piety, The Ancient Rites, and the Charismatic Movement

When studying the Seven Gifts of the Holy Ghost, we are given the knowledge that one of the amazing gifts is known as piety. According to the Oxford dictionary, Piety is: “The quality of being religious or reverent.”

This is what we explicitly express in the traditional liturgies of the Catholic Church that were handed down by the apostles and the saints since they do not only bring attention the divine truths of our faith, but it also gives the respect due to our dear Lord, Jesus Christ, since He becomes present in the consecrated elements of Bread and Wine.

This explains why Pope Pius V and the Council of Trent explicitly codified the ancient rites for all time and why new ones cannot be constructed, under the pain of anathema.

“If any one saith, that the received and approved rites of the Catholic Church, wont to be used in the solemn administration of the sacraments, may be contemned, or without sin be omitted at pleasure by the ministers, or be changed, by every pastor of the churches, into other new ones; let him be anathema.”

Again, These ancient rites in themselves are handed down from the apostles when they went and preached the gospel to each and every corner of the earth as Christ commanded. Matthew 28:18 – 20:

And Jesus coming spoke to them, saying: All power is given to me in heaven and in earth. Going therefore, teach ye all nations; baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost. Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and behold I am with you all days, even to the consummation of the world.”

For those of you who are not aware of what the ancient rites are, these are the Latin, Armenian, West Syrian, East Syrian, Byzantine, and Alexandrian liturgies that are used by the 23 (now 24) Sui Juris Churches of the Catholic Church. While different and diverse in culture, all of these ancient apostolic rites are equivalent in reverence and holiness and should be treated as such.

When examining all the ancient rites of the Catholic Church, both eastern and western, it explains why all of the liturgies are identical in their essence and reverence. Even though they are diverse cultural wise, they unite the Church because of their nature, excluding all innovation. This is because Christ commanded that this be done and explains why the apostles and early church fathers passed them down, something we know as Apostolic Tradition or Sacred Tradition. As Saint Paul stated: “Now I praise you, brethren, that in all things you are mindful of me: and keep my ordinances as I have delivered them to you.” ( 1 Cor 11:2)

When we look at the state of the Church today within her liturgical celebrations, one thing we most likely see are things that contradict tradition. We see many abuses such as communion in the hand, altar girls, extraordinary ministers, contemporary music and bands in church, and charismatic praise and worship music that is identical to a heretical Protestant service; something that is especially seen within the Neo Catechumenical way, life teen, and many other charismatic movements that are all heretical in their nature due to their modernist theology and philosophy which is clearly shown in their worship. 

Even though the Charismatics constantly repeat that we need a “renewal of the Holy Spirit” and that they “Feel the Holy Spirit” in their worship, can we honestly conclude that this is the same Holy Ghost of the Divine Trinity, or a devil that deceives the flock by convincing them that they are receiving gifts from heaven that inspire a feel good atmosphere and reckovation of Catholic identity? While many of these abuses are done out of ignorance and most likely innocence due to the misleading teachings of the conciliar hierarchy, can we honestly say that these new and heretical practices are from the Holy Ghost, God Himself? Absolutely not! To say otherwise would be blasphemy. The Holy Ghost is God, equivalent in Nature to The Father and The Son, and cannot change! “Heaven and earth shall pass, but my words shall not pass.” (Matthew 24:35). And since the Holy Ghost is God and Is Christ: “Jesus Christ, yesterday, and today; and the same forever.” (Hebrews 13:8).

So where am I going with this? This same Holy Ghost, my dear brothers and sisters, is the same Holy Ghost that inspires the Gospels, the infallible statements of the Popes, the Councils and its anathemas. This same Holy Ghost stated the following at the Second Council of Nicea:

“Let everything that conflicts with ecclesiastical tradition and teaching, and that has been innovated and done contrary to the examples outlined by the saints and hereafter at any time be done in such a fashion, be anathema.”

But don’t take my word for it, Pope Pius X repeats this by stating the following:

“But for Catholics nothing will remove the authority of the second Council of Nicea, where it condemns those ‘who dare, after the impious fashion of heretics, to deride the ecclesiastical traditions, to invent novelties of some kind . . . or endeavor by malice or craft to overthrow any one of the legitimate traditions of the Catholic Church’. . . . Wherefore the Roman Pontiffs, Pius IV and Pius IX, ordered the insertion in the profession of faith of the following declaration: ‘I most firmly admit and embrace the apostolic and ecclesiastical traditions and other observances and constitutions of the Church’.”  – Pope St Pius X, Encyclical Against Modernism (Pascendi)

So my Charismatic friends.. who are you really praying to? Let us continue to pray that our hierarchy and mislead brothers and sisters return to Tradition.

               St. Thomas Aquinas

“It is absurd, and a detestable shame, that we should suffer those traditions to be changed which we have received from the fathers of old.” – The Decretals (Dist. xii, 5) Cited by St. Thomas Aquinas in the Summa Theologica, II, I, Q. 97, art. 2.


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Life Queen Eucharistic “adoration” abuse.. 

 Welcome to Protestantism; friends.

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Catholic humor – Altar Girls..? Yeah right! 


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Was the post on the LMS an “over reaction”?

Recently a couple of priests upon Facebook and their supporters stated that my post was “an over reaction”. My only question is this, how do they defend the Latin Mass society’s 20th commandment? It states the following:

“Thou Shalt Obey and Honor All Superiors Even If the Head is Lucifer”



This is Satanic, idolatrous, and blasphemous. If my previous post was – as they stated – “An overreaction” then they must explain that very quote. Is it because these people – in whom are probably modernists themselves – do not believe in the devil themselves? God forbid. 

A fellow brother in Christ has also pointed out that the courting video that I will share below has actually played music from the artist, Janis Joplin, the same artist in whom stated 

“On stage, I make love to 25,000 different people, then I go home alone.” 

Video Link

Is this a good example of chastity and purity as LMS has tried to display within their video? I don’t think so. 

Please say a rosary, a Saint Michael’s Chaplet, and 3 Hail Mary’s for this dear brother and those who work with him. Unfortunately, those within this group are deceived. 



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Is the Latin Mass society Masonic? I’ll let you decide.

According to the website of the Latin Mass society, the LMS is a society in which promotes both modeling and Catholic evangelization in which intends to restore the Latin Mass, henceforth the name. In the ‘about us’ section it states the following: 

“The Latin Mass Society was quietly formed on a college campus. This ingenious blend of Catholic evangelization and aesthetic modeling was initially met with laughter by my family, friends and professors. They said that a Latin Mass Society sounded too archaic and boring; it wouldn‘t attract today’s college students. Boy, did they turn out to be wrong.”

Even though I do not like the idea of mixing Catholicism with modeling, I do credit them for trying to restore the True Mass. However, what was pointed out to me by my fellow Catholics as they blew up my Email and personal messages was the fact that there were some images that the LMS has posted in which were very disturbing. 

For those of you who are familiar with Masonic hand symbols, this is the very symbol in which the Freemasons use with their hands to symbolize the ‘all seeing eye’, the very eye of their Neo – Pagan god. We know from the book of psalms that the gods of the Pagans are Devils. “For all the gods of the Gentiles are devils: but the Lord made the heavens.”.  See: Ps 96:5

Me and many other faithful Catholics have confronted the founder of this organization personally upon this very key issue. When he was informed about this he easily dismissed it with saying that we have “blasphemed God” and that “this symbolizes the seraphim wings” etc. Personally I find this to be absurd. Being that this organization was meant to attract college students, as stated in the ‘about us’ section that I gave reference to above, is it possible that they are trying to mix Catholicism with the world? Do not celebrities, who belong to the Freemasons, make this exact same symbol?


Considering the fact that they have easily dismissed our concerns, the members of the society later made even more images with the all seeing eye. 


 So is the Latin Mass society possibly Masonic? I’ll let you decide. Since we live in dark times and many within the Church are consequently modernists, this post was done out of concern for souls. Nothing personal as they may take it. 

Their website: Link


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The USCCB and the “insults” upon Father Barron. 

 So the USCCB rejected to respond to my concerns. What concerns you might say? Well.. The very fact that Father Barron, the priest who believes that Hell is almost empty and that nobody really goes there, is being appointed a Bishop. I simply asked how does one  who rejects dogma: – therefore a heretic – get the pass and the right to become a ordained Shepard of the Church? Wouldn’t this harm souls? I think so. Even though they removed my previous comments, take a look at the conversation below in which a remnant remained upon the page until I was banned. 



Wait for it.. Wait for it.. (Banned from speaking further). 


The Catechism of Trent states: These abodes are not all of the same nature, for among them is that most loathsome and dark prison in which the souls of the damned are tormented with the unclean spirits in eternal and inextinguishable fire. This place is called gehenna, the bottomless pit, and is hell strictly so-called.” 

What I do not get is how those within the Concilliar hierarchy always emphasize upon a “new evangelization” that was called for by Pope John Paul II, yet In his 1994 book, ‘Crossing the Threshold of Hope’, Pope John Paul II wrote that too often “preachers, catechists, teachers no longer have the courage to preach the threat of hell” (p. 183). 

If our job as Catholics isn’t to preach the Gospel to all nations so we can announce the truth for their salvation and give them the sacraments, then what is it, Barron & USCCB?  Even the new Catechism states:

“”The teaching of the Church affirms the existence of hell and its eternity. Immediately after death the souls of those who die in a state of mortal sin descend into hell, where they suffer the punishments of hell, ‘eternal fire.’ The chief punishment of hell is eternal separation from God, in whom alone man can possess the life and happiness for which he was created and for which he longs” (1035).

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Oh now isn’t that cute, Father? 

This is going to lead to loads of hate mail from the Neo cons and other life queen, neocat, and youcat supports; but oh well. If you call this “reverence” then it just proves how deceived you are. Guess who else was laughing and dancing at Calvery? The Romans who mocked Christ as King. 

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Blasphemy of North American Priest: Father Federico Loos

What you are about to read contains material that includes blasphemy and foul language as a result of the actions this priest has committed. If you have a weak stomach and cannot handle the position of a apostate, leave now. For those of you who are brave enough to even dare read the research I have done on this priest personally, remember to say a rosary for him, for he should have never taken the path that he has took. Not only did his actions deceive and hurt the sheep of Christ, but it also blasphemed Our Lord and the holy gospels, which is something that will put you in hell in the blink of an eye if one does not repent of mortal sin and dies in that state.

My dear brothers and sisters in Christ, meet North American priest Father Federico Loos, or as the young Mexican gang bangers called him “The priest of gang bangers”.


It was in the beginning of 1987 that this priest has went to the town of Naucalpan, Mexico with the goal of bringing “god’ to the youth that were active in gang violence, however, his mission failed due to the corrupt procedures he has taken and even considers laughable in addition to the blasphemy and sacrilege that he has committed, as proven in his recent interview.
In addition to gathering the gang members of the area; he felt the calling to not only re write the gospels, but to rewrite them in such a fashion that you cannot disguise if you are reading the word of God or a every day secularist magazine. A quote from his “chapter of the gospel with gang rhythms” that he claims helps the juvenile delinquents relate to the gospel states as follows:

“Things are falling apart, Jesus. Explain to us dude why your dad, Woody, has been with so many ladies? And now he has about 25 kids. Is it fine for somebody to behave like that? How is it going to be fine, Jesus said: man is not a dog, and shouldn’t fu*k every woman who is willing. Be careful, don’t ruin what the Main Chief has created”.

Did anybody catch that? God the Father now has many wives? Since when did Our Lord submit to the false prophet, Joseph Smith, who founded the mormon cult? Not only did he distort the gospel with such blasphemy, heresy, and idiocy, but he has also given God the Father a new name, Main Chief, which is how the members of a gang would identify who is the head of the gang.
This priest gives reference to the blasphemy he has committed because he states “This is the way they talk” as in, this is the way the gang bangers would supposedly understand the gospels. This is outright absurd.

The “Church service” of Father Loos (er)

Since this priest would hold regular “church services” to reconcile the gangs, at mass the youth would chant “Oh my Father, have mercy!” however, this did not please Father Loos since he himself mocked this practice and states that  “They haven’t changed! What young kid is going to relate to that Gospel?!” It makes you wonder if this man had the desire to save souls, but from what are seeing here, this is not the case since he himself also stated that on the feast of Saint Jude ” we organized the burning of small figurines” (the statues of Saint Jude since the custom is to carry a statue or another sacramental in relation to devotion to this Holy Apostle of Christ). Pure iconoclasm, a heresy condemned by the second council of Nicea in 787 A.D.

How I feel bad for the souls he has deceived, for he has not only re written the gospels as I stated above, but also the confiteor with the following:
“Help us against all these sins and from all of these fuc*ing problems! Save us lord!” … Anathema!
This is what happens when you try to have the church “get with the times”. Not only do you include heretical and blasphemous prayers in the liturgy that are worthy of interdict and give communion to non catholics (which is a mortal sin), but you also put a new image on God by trying to depict him as a gang member, as this priest calls the image “Christ of gangs” as if this is some approved apparition or devotion, which it will never be in Holy Mother Church. Please remember to say a prayer for this priest for the souls that he has deceived through his irrelevant behavior. This is the exact evidence and result of priestly formation in the liberal seminaries that educate seminarians in the “spirit of Vatican II”. Lord, have mercy on those who abuse your mercy, mock your justice, and reject your truth. Through the intercession of all of your saints, spare his soul and may he die in sanctifying grace. Amen.
Sacrilegious Communion (I wonder if he even used the words of consecration without adding lyrics from a song of AC/DC)

Sacrilegious Communion (I wonder if he even used the words of consecration without adding lyrics from a song of AC/DC)

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Michelle Arnold and liturgical disaster.


On December 15, 2015; Michelle Arnold, a staff member at Catholic Answers, has stated something on the Catholic Answers blog post “A mess a mass” something I found to be absolutely disturbing. She has stated the following:

“So, what is the common bond between these two questions? I believe the problem is that many Catholics seem to think that the Eucharistic liturgy must be presented perfectly, as if it was a Broadway show, or even as if it was a military drill. Anything that appears to deviate in the slightest from the rubrics of the Mass is considered schmaltzy at best, and sinful at worst. The common cry becomes “Why can’t priests just say the black and do the red?” (Meaning, pray the prayers of the liturgy printed in the black type, and perform the actions of the liturgy printed in red type.)

Uh oh! I think she’s challenging you, Father Z.. Continuing.. 

“But the sacramentary is not and was never intended to be a cookbook.”

Is she suggesting that the liturgy must give flexibility to liturgical disaster that we have seen since the innovative and fallible Second Vatican Council? I mean, dancing in the isles and holding hands during the Our Father is Catholic and in line with Tradition after all, right? Lets be realistic here, this is a pure absurd modernist argument. It was because of statements like these that masonic behavior crept into the Liturgy of the Church in which replaced Tradition, including the removal of the True Roman Mass for that matter.

This is why Pope Benedict XVI himself stated that “the crises we see in society today can be linked to problems of the liturgy.” For Mrs. Michelle Arnold to state that the “liturgy was never intended to be a cook book” is to also say that new practices can be initiated into the liturgy; which is something even Vatican II prohibited in (Sacrosanctum Concilium, n.22 §3) that “no one, not even a priest, may on his own add, remove, or change anything in the liturgy”. 

My only question for her is this; does session 7 of Canon 13 from the Council of Trent still apply? Or does the infallible Council of Catholic Answers now suggest that we must liberalize the liturgy, therefore anathematizing Pope Pius X for condemning the evolution of Dogma and worship when he stated “To the laws of evolution everything is subject under penalty of death — dogma, Church, worship, the Books we revere as sacred, even faith itself.” Note that the books that the church reveres as sacred is the Missal of the Mass itself.

Trent Session 7 Canon 13: “If any one saith, that the received and approved rites of the Catholic Church, wont to be used in the solemn administration of the sacraments, may be contemned, or without sin be omitted at pleasure by the ministers, or be changed, by every pastor of the churches, into other new ones; let him be anathema.”

It’s that clear, Mrs. Arnold, so where are you getting your sources? Nuns on the bus? Salt and Light TV? Jimmy Akin? Give me a break. What’s even more absurd is her next statement..

“When we attend Mass and see that others are not acting according to our expectations, there is a danger that we can judge them unfairly. For example, if the parish decides to host a Christmas pageant (whether or not a eucharistic liturgy will also occur as part of the planned program) there is a temptation to dismiss it as “cutesy” and “warm and fuzzy.”

Is that not the intention, Mrs. Arnold, when children dress up in costumes to perform a play? I mean, this does belong in the liturgy after all, right?

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