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Petition to Pope Francis
During this month of October we are going to celebrate the 97th anniversary of the apparition of Our Lady of Fatima, and of the ‘ great miracle ’ that She worked “ so that all might believe. ” I therefore venture to beseech you on bended knees, Most Holy Father, to accede to the demands of Heaven that are for the earth exigencies of Divine Mercy. They comprise of two requests.
Paul VI, the false prophet, and Our Lady’s messenger
Paul VI’s funeral oration is one of our Father’s masterpieces. It is an eloquent prayer for the eternal rest of his soul combined with adoration of the divine Majesty, which is irreproachable in its judgements, a prayer that ultimately turns into confidence in divine Mercy. To beatify Paul VI, however, is truly tantamount to losing the absolute sense of good and evil ! It brings to its peak the “ diabolical disorientation ” to which the Church and the world have fallen prey since the death of this Pope. For the results of his pontificate speak for themselves.
The mission of Saint Michael
Let us glance through Sacred History up to our days and see the extent to which the head of angels has taken an interest in the struggles of France and of the Church. Perhaps we will find in it more reasons to pray and invoke him along with Mary in this Apocalyptic combat that we are living through today.
Paul VI, an Anti-Pius X
In 1993, John Paul II decided to introduce the cause for the beatification of his predecessor, Paul VI, whose “ spiritual son ” he claimed to be. Fr. Georges de Nantes understood that John Paul II’s intention was “ in a way, to canonise himself, and to decanonise Pius X ”
Pascendi Dominici Gregis
“ The office divinely committed to Us of feeding the Lord's flock has especially this duty assigned to it by Christ, namely, to guard with the greatest vigilance the deposit of the Faith delivered to the saints, rejecting the profane novelties of words and oppositions of knowledge falsely so called… ”
1914-2014 : St. Pius X, the burning light of the 20th century, died a hundred years ago
Pope Francis acknowledges the ruin of the Church. A hundred years ago, St. Pius X foretold it. This holy Pontiff opposed the apostasy of States, disguising their culpable infidelity beneath the odious titles of liberalism, secularism and democracy, with the law of the Gospel. These irreformable condemnations were the basis for Fr. de Nantes’ fight.
Mother Teresa of Calcutta
« By her commitment to the poor, Msgr. Machado explained, beyond castes and religions, by her lifestyle, by her untiring work, she had touched millions and millions of persons who did not wait for Rome’s decisions to honour her as a saint. » They were able to do so all the more easily because Mother Teresa did not ask them to change religions… But just what kind of holiness is it ?
The Inconceivable Canonisation of John Paul II (2)
In one of his morning homilies, Pope Francis declared : “ When a Christian becomes the disciple of an ideology, he has lost his faith : he is no longer a disciple of Jesus. He has become the disciple of this way of thinking. ” It so happens that Fr. de Nantes accused Karol Wojtyla of having been one of the main ideologists through whom the crisis in the Church reached an unprecedented level.
The inconceivable canonisation of John Paul II (1)
In 1983, Georges de Nantes, our Father, addressed Pope John Paul II, elected in 1978 : “ It must be said to your face, Most Holy Father, that your religion is no longer that of the Roman Catholic Church, Christ’s unique Church, whose Head you are. Your religion is the religion of man who makes himself god and not the religion of God, the Son of God, who made Himself man. ”
Infallible ? The precedent set by Saint Philomena.
In 1961, Pope John XXIII struck the feast of St. Philomena, from the calendar, refused to include her in the martyrology, and did away with her proper Office and Mass. To admit that Blessed Pius IX erred in establishing the cult of St. Philomena amounts to recognising that the cause of saints is not covered by infallibility.
Conclusion on the Algerian War
It will be better tomorrow, to go there in the name of Catholic France, to convert and civilise these distant peoples in the Name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, rather than to subject them, only to reject them later on, in the name of republican Liberty, Equality, and Fraternity, barbarian and bloodthirsty divinities, that cause the unhappiness of peoples and the eternal damnation of souls wherever they reign.
II. The communitarian transformation of the Church
In Numbers 50-75 of his apostolic exhortation Evangelii Gaudium, Pope Francis carries out an evangelical discernment “nourished by the light and strength of the Holy Spirit.” This diagnosis of the context in which we all have to live and work offers numerous connections with the ‘ ecology ’ section of Father Georges de Nantes’ The 150 Points of the Phalange.
GEORGES DE NANTES
The mystical doctor of the catholic faith
15. At the Council, the sect seized power
“ It is only the violent love I bear for my Mother that leads me to tear, to snatch from her face and her body magnificently adorned by God Himself, these loathsome rags, these soiled and sacrilegious cloths in which the World and our Times seek to clothe her. I shall carry my cry to the end. I will plead for my Mother. ”
14. The forecast of the storm
I have been threatened with it for a long time, I saw the storm that would uproot me approaching, and now it is no longer more than a matter of days. On September 15, I will have to leave my parishes, Villemaur, its church, my presbytery and above all this group of true Christians to whom five years of paternal, even maternal, devotion have so strongly attached me.