The ongoing Demise of those in the Church who refused to recognize the Truth

by Br. Alexis Bugnolo

We are witnessing the downfall of Rome, as we speak. It has been in freefall since Feb. 11, 2013. And those who read FromRome.Info regularly know why.

More than 99% of the clergy have refused, and still refuse, to seriously consider and thus recognize that Pope Benedict XVI never abdicated on that day. They refused because they wanted not to rock the boat. They did not recognize, because it would cost them their pay check.

But at the same time, they lacked the intellectual formation to see what was in front of their face, just as those who use social media or watch TV, etc., habitually, were not able to see and recognize the Pandemic as a total Scam. Many still cannot. Many will never be able to do so.

It may sound anti-populist or anti-democratic to say it, but a great number of individuals are fools because they chose and want not to see the truth. They firmly want to live in a world of lies, deceit and fraud.

The light of truth hurts their feelings, interests and goals just too much.

This week we have 2 articles in the news which illustrate this with elegance. The first is an article by an anonymous author, who signs his name, F. P., about the nonsensical rules and interpretations of rules under the “pontificate” of Pope Francis.

Published by Silere Non Possum in Italian, here, and in English translation by Catholic Conclave, here.

The first irony of which is that Silere Non Possum, whose name means, “I cannot be silent”, refused to speak about the truth that Pope Benedict XVI never abdicated, and instead chose to ridicule those who did.

The second irony of which is that Catholic Conclave, regards the very uncatholic and juridically invalid “Conclave” of 2013 as Catholic and valid.

But it is F. P. who is very slowly recognizing that the institutionalized incompetence under the “pontificate” of Pope Francis is truly unique in Catholic History. He just cannot figure out why before Feb. 11, 2013, juridical texts made sense, but now they don’t. He even cannot bring himself to name that date!

The second article is by Cardinal Brandmueller, the Lutheran who converted to the Catholic Faith as a youth, and then became a priest, bishop and Cardinal. He lives in the Vatican.

He writes here in German, and his article can be read in English here. He denounces how the push under the “pontificate” of Bergoglio and the pontificate of Pope Francis toward including lay men and women in roles of “responsibility” has led to utter chaos in the Church, and that therefore the Synodal Process has turned out to be totally fake, a waste of time, and merely a cover for an ideological takeover of the Church.

Yet, like F. P. he cannot figure out the cause of the problem. He simply hopes that somehow, in some way, the local parish priest can get free of the entanglements of laypeople who want to run the Church and return to preaching the Gospel and saving souls, rather than promoting inclusion and diversity.

A Diagnosis

In the olden days before cellphones, if you became lost on foot in any place, you knew to open a paper road map or ask directions from the next human being you met, who appeared to be trustworthy.

But now that everyone uses cellphones too much, the fools do not know how to find their way back, because for them the only lie, the only dishonestly, is saying that Pope Benedict XVI never abdicated, or worse, that words have objective meaning, and even if 99% of the clergy say otherwise, “munus:” does not mean “ministerium” and vice-versa.

As for the Cardinal, I wrote his secretary in November of 2019, to obtain an audience to explain these things, and received an email months later saying he was too sick and weak to respond. He has evidently been too weak and sick for all these years, and he still cannot figure out the cause of his illness, which is above all spiritual.

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2 thoughts on “The ongoing Demise of those in the Church who refused to recognize the Truth”

  1. Excellent analysis. While my Latin teacher had several faults, including with the manner in which he delivered feedback which left it quite difficult to request help and guidance from him, I am eternally grateful to him for insisting angrily that phrases and particular words need to be faithfully translated, not guessed at, not “dynamically” rendered because I feel like it’s cool to interpret a certain figure of speech according to an English speaker’s imagination.

    If I had not been so foolish as to see the personality conflict through a lens of hurt feelings, and instead had insisted on knowing the language of the Church more thoroughly, the course would not have been an obstacle to obtaining a degree.

    But again, it was precisely the humiliation of seeing how poor and inadequate my study had proved, which made a permanent impression and prepared me to see the truth as soon as you had presented it publicly, Fra. Alexis.
    There was no argument to be had, and the facts were simply, glaringly evident upon examination, just as you had found them once your correspondents had prevailed upon you to actually look.

    The humility before the facts of written texts which you earned by grappling with Bonaventure for several years until your skills solidified and allowed for a truly methodical treatment of his texts is quite rare, unfortunately. It seems apparent to me that if I had been simply an adequate student, I’d be the more easily swayed to ignore the truth in front of me the way I see others do who refuse to admit their ignorance/mediocrity and look at the words being used closely.

    As you pointed out concerning, say, English-language missalettes of the 1962 revision of the Roman liturgy, even most translators with intermediate and somewhat serviceable facility in the task are hardly the polymath that a St. Jerome, St. Basil, or St. Thomas would be, simply by dint of expertise, to say nothing of fortitude and industry.

    The resulting piecemeal translations of the weighty and symbolically loaded language, intended by the Holy Ghost over centuries, of the Rite into the vulgar tongues is as violated as the Lady Philosophy’s garments appeared to Boethius. In Boethius’ day, however, the marauding sophists and cheats had the decency and pretense to act as though they were in love with Wisdom.

    Today is more like the parable of Shift and Puzzle from C.S. Lewis’s tale, The Last Battle, with an underlying moral character of the sardonic remark by Pilate, Quid est ‘Veritas’?
    Obvious fraud and malicious willful ignorance spring forth like never before, whether concerning the nature of the Church, the munus of Peter, moral theology and forgeries of St. Alphonsus, blatant misquotes and twisting of Aquinas, or most generally the near total occultation of Aristotelian thought and basic logic.

    Thank you for your perseverance and I hope your prayer life continues to grow stronger, and the joy and hope of Our Lord fill your soul ever more.

    St. John the Baptist, pray for us.
    Holy Apostles Peter and Paul, pray for us.
    St. Bartholomew, pray for us.
    St. James the Less, pray for us.
    St. Lazarus, pray for us.
    St. Mary Magdalene, pray for us.
    St. Agatha, pray for us.
    St. Tarcisius, pray for us.
    St. Cecilia, pray for us.
    St. Philomena, pray for us.
    St. Vincent of Lerins, pray for us.
    St. Augustine, pray for us.
    Pope St. Leo the Great, pray for us.
    St. Patrick, pray for us.
    St. Brendan the Navigator, pray for us.
    St. Martin of Tours, pray for us.
    Pope St. Gregory VII, ye holy man Hildebrand, pray for us.
    St. Peter Damien, pray for us.
    St. John Eudes, pray for us.
    St. Margaret Mary Alacoque, pray for us.
    St. Marie-Madeleine Postel, pray for us.
    St. Maximilian Kolbe, who did publicly witness in print to the conspirators against the Church and all humanity, pray for us. Obtain for us the graces necessary to tell the truth about blasphemers, sorcerers, false teachers and their intents, to admonish our fellows, and to make evident the glorious freedom of the children of God, even as society transforms into Auschwitz.
    St. Pio of Pietrilcina, pray for us.

    Maranatha, Alleluia

  2. 100% of the priest, in the diocese I go to Mass, that allowed lay ministers to distribute Holy Communion, got the DeathVaxx. They also closed the Church during the scamdemic for almost 2 years. I believe there is a correlation to the deaths to your analysis, brother.

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