The Holy Catholic Church, which has fought the battles of Christ for eighteen hundred years, is therefore destined to pass through a persecution compared to which those that she has suffered up to the present time are insignificant. St. Augustine classifies them under three general headings. The first he calls violent, on account of the cruelty with which the early Christians were treated by the Roman Emperors, while at a later period the Church suffered from the deception of false brethren, a trial much more insidious than the former, as it was more dangerous. But the persecution of Antichrist will combine both forms and will consequently prove more redoubtable than when one form only had to be contended with. - The Antichrist by the Rev. Paschal Huchede

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Monday, October 24, 2011

Maurice Pinay Blog: Pope Stern's Inquisition

Maurice Pinay Blog: Pope Stern's Inquisition


Quote “Only the Jews (leaders and people) were the prime agents of the deicide” [of Jesus Christ], and not Roman Prefect Pontius Pilate. end quote

True enough, but Pilate washed his hands supposedly of the blood of Christ, but as Lady MacBeth said: it just won't come off.

Direct perpetrators or quislings - really just the same thing.

Judas Iscariot is the ONLY one named in scripture as the son of perdition.

Our Lord Jesus Christ said

John 17:12
While I was with them, I kept them in thy name. Those whom thou gavest me have I kept; and none of them is lost, but the son of perdition, that the scripture may be fulfilled.

Just as Judas committed the unforgivable sin, so do the perpetrators of Vatican II 'Assisi' pan religious apostasy do the same thing.

As to selecting Assisi for this current abomination of desolation, St. Francis and St. Claire are in fervent prayer right now to end this affront to God.

I have their complete works: Francis and Claire - The Complete Works and NO WHERE in them is there any hint of anything but a confession of faith in Christ and the Trinity and proper veneration of the blessed virgin.


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