How much more until you admit that we are in the Great Apostasy?

REPRINTED FROM MARCH 31, 2020.

by Br. Alexis Bugnolo

How many more heresies, blasphemies, sacrileges, idolatries and profanations have to be uttered or committed at the Vatican?

How many more churches have to be shuttered?

How many more Bishops have to order their priests to stop being priests?

How many more Catholics have to be denied the sacraments by State and Church?

How many more absurd excuses do you need to hear from your Bishop or Pastor about how this is all for your good?

How many more Catholics need to tell you a winter flue is worse than going to Hell because you cannot get to Confession?

How many more priests have to totally and utterly spurn you spiritual welfare?

How much more of this, until you admit we are in the Great Apostasy?

The Great Apostasy according to the fathers of the Church is the great falling away which Saint John the Apostle prophesied in the twelfth chapter of the Book of Revelations, when he saw the dragon with its tail sweep a third of the stars from heaven and cast them down to the earth. The Fathers of the Church say that those stars represent the clergy. And their being swept out of the heavens is the biblical way of saying they will abandon their sacred ministry.

Oh, and for all those Catholics out there, who think Pope Benedict XVI is no longer the pope, because they bought into the Big Lie that a renunciation of ministry is the same thing as a renunciation of office, please tell me now, if you pope and your bishops and your priests have or have not renounced their offices, in renouncing their ministry to you?

I would love to hear the discombobulated reasons to explain that away….

Oh, and since it its the tail OF the dragon who does this, tell me who is the tail and who is the dragon?

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9 thoughts on “How much more until you admit that we are in the Great Apostasy?”

  1. Well. Brother Bugnolio. Benedict XVI resigned HIS ministry first. And kept the rest. Is it not the sad reality that the bishops follow although they have no clue that is what they are doing. There is a speech of Benedict where he thanks Francis and calls his kindness being his home. More than Vatican Garden. Please feel free to analyse that speech for clues that Benedict cares for a remnant. That Benedict was forced to say these things. A clue a signal that he is in fact kidnapped. Which should be there.. if…

    1. Atzeg,

      The renunciation is not valid or invalid or to be interpreted on the basis of what was said before or after by anyone, not even by Benedict. To effect the loss of the papacy it must signify the renunciation of the petrine munus. It does not. Therefore these endless appeals to what was said before or after by anyone else are simply and fundamentally off base.

  2. Br. Alex, how does renouncing only the ministry related to separating the bishopric of Rome from the Papacy? Or is that separation based on other statements?

    1. You cannot separate the Office of Peter from the Bishopric of Rome by renouncing the ministry. Because the ministry applies to both, since both are offices. There is absolutely nothing in the statement to signify the separation of offices. The plain reading is simply that the pope feels too weak and old to practice the ministry. He says absolutely nothing about renouncing the office or calling a conclave before he does.

      1. So the view that Benedict is the pope but not the bishop of Rome is in error?

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