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Timeline of the New Order


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11 November 1215 The Fourth Lateran Council, canon 1 proclaimed:

There is one Universal Church of the faithful, outside of which there is absolutely no salvation. In which there is the same priest and sacrifice, Jesus Christ, whose body and blood are truly contained in the sacrament of the altar under the forms of bread and wine; the bread being changed (transsubstantiatio) by divine power into the body, and the wine into the blood, so that to realize the mystery of unity we may receive of Him what He has received of us. And this sacrament no one can effect except the priest who has been duly ordained in accordance with the keys of the Church, which Jesus Christ Himself gave to the Apostles and their successors. (Dz. 430)

c. 1810 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (d. 1831) posits the theory of the dialectic, a system in which contradictory ideas are resolved in a continuous process of evolution Thesis+Antithesis→Synthesis

c. 1840

     Positivism is a system of philosophical and religious doctrines elaborated by Auguste Comte. As a philosophical system or method, Positivism denies the validity of metaphysical speculations, and maintains that the data of sense experience are the only object and the supreme criterion of human knowledge; as a religious system, it denies the existence of a personal God and takes humanity, "the great being", as the object of its veneration and cult. (Catholic Encyclopedia s.v. "Positivism")
1847 Marx and Engels adopt the Hegelian dialectic to justify their system of class struggle producing a "dictatorship of the proletariat."
8 December 1864 Syllabus of Errors issued by Pope Pius IX
6 January  1884 Pope Leo XIII orders prayers after Mass for the defense of the temporal sovereignty of the Holy See.
13 October 1884 Pope Leo XIII hears conversation between Jesus Christ and Satan, in which the devil asked and was granted "75 to 100 years, and a greater power over those who will give themselves over to my service."  (Wikipedia, s.v. "Prayer to Saint Michael")
1888 Pope Leo XIII issues Prayer to Saint Michael:  "... In the Holy Place itself, where has been set up the See of the most holy Peter and the Chair of Truth for the light of the world, they have raised the throne of their abominable impiety, with the iniquitous design that when the Pastor has been struck, the sheep may be scattered."
15 September 1896 Pope Leo XIII, in Apostolicæ Curæ declared Anglican Orders invalid for a number of reasons, including the fact that the essential form of their rite for the consecration of bishops did not refer to "the fullness of the priesthood."
8 September 1907 Pope Saint Pius X issues encyclical Pascendi dominici gregis condemning Modernism and a Syllabus of Errors of the Modernists, requiring Catholic clergy and educators to take an Oath Against Modernism.
April 9-16 1917 V.I. Lenin conveyed by  "(diplomatically) sealed train" carrying $10 Million of Warburg gold from Zurich via Berlin and Stockholm to Saint Petersburg, Russia, in order to further radicalize the February Revolution
13 July 1917 Our Lady of Fatima spoke of Russia spreading her errors.  These could not have referred to errors held by the Russian Orthodox Church, which was soon to suffer terrible persecution, but to the errors of her persecutors, the followers of Karl Marx.

Our Lady left the three seers of Fatima with three "secrets" or revelations: 1) a vision of Hell and its torments, 2) the prediction of World War I to end, but to be followed by another Great War, a request for the Consecration of Russia to her Immaculate Heart, and for Communions of reparation on the First Saturdays, 3) a secret committed to writing in 1944 and to be revealed to the world in 1960, but which was held until 2000 when a questionable document was published.  The 1960 date suggests a warning against calling Vatican Council II, which went on in any event.

11 December 1925. Pope Pius XI, in Quas primas, (# 14 and 17) establishing the liturgical feast of Christ the King tells us that:

... it is a dogma of faith that Jesus Christ was given to man, not only as our Redeemer, but also as a law-giver, to whom obedience is due.... It would be a grave error, on the other hand, to say that Christ has no authority whatever in civil affairs, since, by virtue of the absolute empire over all creatures committed to him by the Father, all things are in his power.

1929 Pope Pius XI orders the Leonine prayers to be said for the conversion of Russia
June 1953 Former Comunist Party USA official, Dr. Bella Dodd testified before the House of Representatives.  Later, in a lecture she said: "In the 1930s we put eleven hundred men into the priesthood in order to destroy the Church from within.... Right now they are in the highest places in the Church" ... you will not recognize the Catholic Church."
1960 Third secret of Fatima to be revealed in 1960, but delayed until June 2000 Did it predict Vatican II?
21 November 1964 An enormous body of Catholic literature exists, proclaiming that the Catholic Church is the true Church and the membership in It is essential to salvation; so large that the Modernists couldn't just ignore it. But Vatican II adopted a truly ingenious way of changing this doctrine—the Council simply (!) redefined the Church:

This Church constituted and organized as a society in the present world, subsists in the Catholic Church, which is governed by the successor of Peter and by the bishops in communion with him.  (Lumen gentium #8.2.  emphasis added)

The difference between “subsists in the Catholic Church” and “is the Catholic Church” is considerable. “Subsistence” is an accidental relationship, possibly temporary; as if the Church of Christ might subsist somewhere else in the future or the past. Indeed, the terminology would allow the Church to “subsist” in various places, even simultaneously. (Think of the numerous times, places, and circumstances under which termites might subsist!)

It gets better. The reader need not bother with the obvious stuff about how we share so much in common with the Orthodox and the Protestants:

To the Jews “belong the sonship, the glory, the covenants, the giving of the law, the worship, and the promises; to them belong the patriarchs, and of their race, according to the flesh, is the Christ”; “for the gifts and the call of God are irrevocable.”(The so-called Catechism of the Catholic Church, #839. Hereinafter referred to as CCC.)

I spoke of the Jews as our elder brothers in the faith. These words were an expression both of the Council's teaching, and a profound conviction on the part of the Church. (His Holiness Pope John Paul II, Crossing the Threshold of Hope (NY: Knopf, 1994) p. 99. Hereinafter referred to as CTTOH.)

The plan of salvation also includes those who acknowledge the Creator in the first place amongst whom are the Muslims; these profess to hold the faith of Abraham, and together with us they adore the one, merciful God, mankind's judge on the last day.  (Lumen gentium #16).  

Thus in Hinduism men contemplate the divine mystery and express it through an unspent fruitfulness of myths and through searching philosophical inquiry.... Buddhism in its multiple forms acknowledges the radical insufficiency of this shifting world. It teaches a path by which men, in a devout and confident spirit, can either reach a state of absolute freedom or attain supreme enlightenment by their own efforts or by higher assistance.(Nostra aetate #2).

7 December 1965 An armed United Nations?  Gaudium et spes 79 §4: "As long as the danger of war remains and there is no competent and sufficiently powerful authority at the international level, governments cannot be denied the right to legitimate defense once every means of peaceful settlement has been exhausted."
7 December 1965

Dignitatis humanae (paragraph 2) the Vatican II declaration on Religious Liberty:

This Vatican Synod declares that the human person has a right to religious freedom. This freedom means that all men are to be immune from coercion on the part of individuals or of social groups and of any human power, in such wise that in matters religious no one is to be forced to act in a manner contrary to his own beliefs. Nor is anyone to be restrained from acting in accordance with his own beliefs, whether privately or publicly, whether alone or in association with others, within due limits. (emphasis added)

No suggestion of who specifies the "due limits."  Perhaps the U.N.
4 October 1965 Pope Paul VI:  The U.N., “the obligatory path of modern civilization and of world peace ... the last hope of concord and peace”  (Address to United Nations General Assembly)


Modern globalism requires not only the one world religion of Assisi and an armed United Nations. Only those obedient to it may be allowed to flourish. Of necessity, it must exclude any "program of irresponsible population growth." The words just quoted come not from Planned Parenthood, but are those of Pope John Paul II  (Crossing the Threshold of Hope, p. 28).

Before Vatican II the Church taught that the primary end of marriage was the procreation and education of children. A division of labor between husband and wife (sometimes called "mutual aid and assistance") and the legitimate satisfaction of physical attraction were taught to be secondary ends. Sometimes the secondary ends were said to include "fidelity," "indissolubility," and the "sacramental graces" conferred by the Sacrament of Matrimony itself.  (The Council of Florence, 1438-45, included fidelity and indissolubility (The Church Teaches #854); Saint Augustine included fidelity and the sacramental grace (De bono conjugali, c. 24, n. 32; cited in Pius XI, Casti conubii #10).   But the primary end was always said to be "offspring," or "procreation," or some similar expression. Vatican II, however, gave a new and fuzzy definition:

Through this union they experience the meaning of their oneness and attain to it with growing perfection  [Note the existentialist notion that man achieves "perfection" through his human activities; sexuality in this case. Pope John Paul II in his encyclical Veritatis splendor #51, says this even more clearly in a section based on a falsified quote from St. Thomas Aquinas. Paradoxically the title of the encyclical means "the splendor of truth"! ]  day by day. As a mutual gift of two persons, this intimate union as well as the good of the children imposes total fidelity on the spouses and argues for an unbreakable oneness between them (Gaudium et spes #48 ).

Simultaneously with Vatican II, a committee organized by Pope John XXIII and retained under Pope Paul VI, investigated the morality of birth control. Never mind that birth control had been explicitly condemned for centuries, for change was in the wind. If it did nothing else, the committee convinced many Catholics and others that the issue was open for debate; for the Pope himself had opened it! After years of "investigation" Pope Paul VI issued his famous encyclical Humanae vitae. To his credit, or perhaps because he felt the time unripe for so momentous a change, Humanae vitae continued to forbid birth control as a violation of the natural law. (In practice, if he bothers to go to Confession, the contracepting Catholic has no problem in finding a confessor who dismisses Humanae vitae as "medieval.") But Humanae vitae was far away from presenting the authentic magisterial teachings of the Church on marriage. The popular outcry when Pope Paul VI "took away the promised birth control" completely masked the more complete inversion of the ends of matrimony. Paul took away some of the fuzziness of Vatican II, making the Modernist teaching more explicit:

That teaching, often set forth by the magisterium, is founded upon the inseparable connection, willed by God and unable to be broken by man on his own initiative, between the two meanings of the conjugal act: the unitive meaning and the procreative meaning. . . . By safeguarding both these essential aspects, the unitive and the procreative, the conjugal act preserves in its fullness the sense of true mutual love and its ordination towards man's most high calling to parenthood." (Humanae vitae, #12 emphasis added)30

Pope John Paul II's personal Reflections on Humanae Vitae state the same idea again, throwing in some existentialist jargon about the "acting person" and "fundamental structures":

In this way, the "fundamental structure" (that is, the nature) of the marriage act constitutes the necessary basis for an adequate reading and discovery of the two significances that must be carried over into the conscience and the decisions of the acting parties, and also the necessary basis for establishing these significances, that is, their inseparable connection. Since "the marriage act..."- at the same time - "unites husband and wife in closest intimacy" and, together, "makes them capable of generating new life," and both the one and the other happen "through the fundamental structure," then it follows that the human person (with the necessity proper to reason, logical necessity) "must" read at the same time the "twofold significance of the marriage act" and also the "inseparable connection between the unitive significance and the procreative significance of the marriage act."  (Pope John Paul II, Reflections on Humanae vitae, (1984) #6.)1

If there is any doubt left, we need only compare Pope John Paul II's new Code of Canon Law with the old Code:


1917 Code of Canon Law
Canon 1013 §1. The primary end of marriage is the procreation and education of children; its secondary end is mutual help and the allaying of concupiscence.

§2. The essential properties of marriage are unity and indissolubility, which acquire a particular firmness in Christian marriage by reason of its sacramental character.

1983 Code of Canon Law
Canon 1055 §1. The marriage covenant, by which a man and a woman establish themselves a partnership of their whole life, and which of its own very nature is ordered to the well-being of the spouses and the procreation and upbringing of children, has, between the baptized, been raised by Christ the Lord to the dignity of a sacrament.


Prior to Vatican II a couple might -- for grave reasons -- purposefully avoid the primary end of Marriage while making use of the secondary ends. In other words they could practice "rhythm," or "natural family planning" as it is known today. They were encouraged to discuss this with their confessor to get an objective analysis of the gravity of their reasons; they were cautioned not to cause infidelity through their abstinence; and they were to do no more than refrain from relations when conception was likely. Today there seems to be the tacit assumption that all married Catholics practice NFP, as though 20th century life itself constitutes a "grave reason."

My personal opinion is that this blanket use of NFP will instill a contraceptive mentality in Catholics. If the primary end of (Modernist) marriage is now unity of the couple, and it is considered universally acceptable to suppress the now secondary end of begetting children, than why not use a method that works reliably? After all, an unforeseen "secondary end" might cause division between the couple, thus impairing the primary end. At a minimum, the inversion brings a selfishness incompatible with the generosity needed in Christian marriage and life.

18 June 1968 Pope Paul VI changes the essential form for the consecration (now "ordination") of bishops, removing reference to the fullness of the priesthood

So now pour out upon this chosen one that power which is from you, the governing Spirit whom you gave to your beloved Son, Jesus Christ, the Spirit given by him to the holy apostles, who founded the Church in every place to be your temple for the unceasing glory and praise of your name (Apostolic Constitution Pontificalis Romani).

1987 Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger: Gaudium et Spes as a "Counter-Syllabus" the approach of the Church to the world born of the French Revolution!
20 November 1989 The United Nations Organization adopted the highly  controversial  Convention on the Rights of the Child.  While registering vague objections, the Holy See, a U.N. non-government organization (NGO), acceded to the Convention.
2 July 1990 Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger: "Certain Teachings of the Magisterium are not the Final Word"
June 2000 Third Secret of Fatima finally published--should have been in 1960, and may not have been published at all.
July 2001 Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger: Many question the sacrificial nature of the Mass.
May 2003 Walter Cardinal Kasper on Apostolic Succession:

... it is not a question of apostolic succession in the sense of an historical chain of laying on of hands running back through the centuries to one of the apostles; this would be a very mechanical and individualistic vision, which by the way historically could hardly be proved and ascertained.

29 June 2009 The Pope Calls For World Government With Real Teeth   Benedict XVI, encyclical Caritas in veritate Comment on the encyclical
25 October 2011 Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace urges a radical reform of the world's financial and monetary systems.   “Central World Bank”  Full text.
Worship of the "spider god"
  Archbishop Gerhard Müller to head CDF   In charge of the henhouse? (Handsome fox picture).   Supporter of liberation theology named next head of CDF  The CDF, the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, used to be called the Holy Office or the Roman Inquisition, and used to be in charge of ensuring the doctrinal purity of those in the Church. Is it now the Contradiction of the Doctrine of the Faith?   Müller denies the perpetual virginity of the Blessed Mother, has Protestant notions about the Blessed Sacrament, and holds that at least some Protestants are in "full communion" with the Catholic Church--but those who hold to Catholic doctrine are not!  Some reservations about the reality of miracles and the Resurrection of our Lord!



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