Monday, June 18, 2018

Silence In The Face Of Errors - Even The Pope's - Means Culpability In Those Errors

In the June 15th edition of the Vortex, Michael Voris addresses the prelates who are more orthodox in comparison with some of their more progressive brethren.  He challenges them on their silence in regards to the homosexual poison that permeates Church life.  He prefaced the video by saying that it could put some noses out of joint but it had to be done.

While I stand in agreement with the content of that video, I now have a proposition for the CM staff.  I realize that it could cause them some heartburn, but so be it.  I'd propose that they take the transcript of that video and make some substitutions as they recite it to themselves in a mirror.   They could ask themselves why they are so silent about the role that Pope Francis has had in fostering the de facto implosion of the Church on so many fronts.  I recall mentioning that there was some awakening when they acknowledged that Pope Francis' words to Juan Carlos Cruz were harmful, but shortly thereafter they backpedaled by suggesting that the pope didn't utter those words.  As Voris asked the bishops if they feared losing friendships, etc, they might ask themselves what they might fear losing if they face the "elephant in the living room" that is the pope's undeniable culpability in the Church's situation.  Could it be certain donors?

I truly hope all faithful Catholics set aside their fears of this, that or the other and call out the errors, no matter from whom they emanate.


  1. No doubt in my mind: CM has a large benefactor they are afraid to loose.

  2. Randy Engel wrote a long piece where she gives a lot of evidence showing ties between CM and Opus Dei.

  3. Excellent point. You might as well put a piece of black tape over Voris' mouth too when it comes to him speaking the truth about Francis. Maybe Dr. Joseph Nicolosi were he alive would be the one to suggest some insight. All I know is that Voris has dropped from a 10 to a 3 because he cannot face or talk about the destruction that our father is causing to holy mother church.

  4. No doubt in my mind either. I don't want to cast aspersions on CM or Michael Voris, they do so much terrific work, but it truly is the elephant in the living room to avoid criticizing the leader of our Church, it makes no sense. Of course this is all happening because of him, almost entirely. It's like speaking of Nagasaki and saying there wouldn't be much damage except the explosion.
    Whoever the someone is who provided the new building, the equipment, etc., is probably the same person playing the tune, and all must dance.
    Nonetheless, we must all hang together or...We truly cannot afford any longer to conduct the circular firing squad.

    1. I agree that many of his videos are useful. But their very usefulness is compromised when he doesn't deal with a key source of the Church's ills. It's like addressing the fever in a sick person without dealing with the underlying bacterial infection.

  5. Mr. Voris is a papolotrist; he refuses to criticize popes, be they the worst pope in the history of the Church - i.e. Francis - or his more gentlemanly Modernist predecessors.

    As for donors, his main squeeze is Terry Carroll. Mr. Carroll has a wild hair (i.e. a personal vendetta) about the SSPX, which is regularly reflected in Voris' posts. He may also be the source of the papolotry, I don't know.


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