What People Are Commenting
Fr. Milch, Nuno Alvares & French Protests
A Contribution that May Be of Interest
Dear Mr. Guimarães,
As a regular and fervent reader of your greatly educating website I would like to offer a little contribution that may be of interest to your audience. It is two key speeches - original German audio plus inserted thorough English translation by myself - given in 1979 resp. 1987 by deeply inspired German traditionalist priest Fr. Hans Milch (1924-1987), founder of Actio spes unica, close ally of Archbishop Lefebvre, and certainly the most outspoken voice in Germany against the evil of Vatican II. Actio spes unica gives free permission for disseminating Fr. Milch's so important speeches, and in a long and warmhearted telephone conversation with their current president, Hans-Frieder Wedel, I was encouraged to do this translation work; I would love to do more, but right now I'm a bit short of time.
Also, I still intend as soon as possible to put together proper transcript files of these two sermons; that will take a while. (Their German written website is here, where one can order Fr. Milch's complete speeches and sermons, German only, as audio recordings for just € 25. here).
The first of the two speeches in question is a 31-minute-sermon delivered by Fr. Milch still as parish priest of Hattersheim near Frankfurt/Main on October 7, 1979 (shortly before he was suspended): "The Imminent Fall of Europe - The Church: Sole Authority for Possible Rescue" (orig. "Der drohende Untergang Europas - Die Kirche, einzige Instanz einer möglichen Rettung"):
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The other is Father Milch's last major public appearance of May 3, 1987 before on August 8th that year he was most horribly stabbed to death by a confused member of his church community. That speech, 78 minutes in length, was given at the former baroque palais Eltzer Hof at Mainz and was titled, "Key Sentences of the So-Called Council: The Supreme Shepherd's Anti-Christian Machinations" (orig. "Kernsätze des sogenannten Konzils - Die antichristlichen Machenschaften des obersten Hirten").
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Maybe you could introduce these powerful speeches to your international audience; they are certainly worthy of a wider attention.
All the best to you, Sir, and may God keep and protect you in all that you do!
W.P., Vienna, Austria
My search for Nuno Alvares Pereira (begun in a children’s book about Fatima) led me to a website and this youtube link, which I thought you might enjoy. Perhaps you have already seen this?
Yours in Maria,
What We Received at Assisi
In Assisi we saw:
1. The Pope teaching by his actions that all religions are good.
2. If all are good, there is no need to convert.
3. Catholics are scandalized, i.e., the Pope placed a great stumbling block in front of them, keeping them from following the Faith.
4. Members of false religions are confirmed in their errors by the Vicar of Christ himself.
5. The Holy Father in effect is telling Our Lord that His Church is not for everybody.
We are not scandalized, but we are horrified.
Dear Dr. Horvat and Mr. Guimarães,
I hope you are well. I am not sure if you have heard about the French Catholics in Paris who were protesting a blasphemous play and another that is coming up in November/December:
A link for the story is here.
God bless you and all your work.
Did you see this? Is the eldest daughter of the Church finally arising again after 1789?
More than 5,000 Priests and Laity Protest in France
All of us Traditional Catholics here in the states were praying rosaries, all through the day yesterday asking Our Blessed Mother to keep these protestors safe. They congregated noon our time, 6 pm their time for the 3rd protest yesterday. The blasphemous play has shown 4 times this past week.
This was our 3rd protest. 50 Traditional Catholic protestors showed the first time. The police beat them severely and also pepper sprayed them. Over 200 showed for the second protest. 140 were arrested while a policeman deliberately ran over the foot of a young boy with his police car. The boy was taken to the hospital in serious condition. He might lose his foot. The police only beat and pepper sprayed several protestors out of 5000 yesterday. It seemed to have gone on without incident compared to the first two protests.
To watch this 3rd protest that took place Saturday 10/29 click here.
The protestors are chanting in French "NO MORE CHRISTIAN PHOBIA."
Scandal in Illinois
Our Bishop allowed a “Lutheran Service in Saint Agnes Church in accord with Ecumenical Guidelines by the Vatican.”
I believe they installed one of their Lutheran Bishops.
What do I make/think of this?
Normally I do not like to read something that Benedict XVI has written or said, since it usually leaves me confused and disillusioned. I made an exception for the below excerpt, which was emailed to me, since it was short.
"God truly showed Himself, He became accessible, He so loved the world 'that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him may not perish but may have eternal life'. And by the supreme act of love upon the Cross, by emerging Himself in the abyss of death, He conquered death, He rose again and opened the doors of eternity for us too. Christ supports us through the night of death, which He Himself experienced. He is the Good Shepherd, to Whose guidance we can entrust ourselves without fear, because He knows the way, even through the darkness".
"It is precisely faith in eternal life which gives Christians the courage to love this earth of ours even more intensely, and to work to build an earthly future of true and secure hope".
The first paragraph is quite good, even inspirational. Then, what are we to do with this faith in eternal life given to us as Christians? Should it not inspire us to love Heaven more intensely, and to love souls more intensely? Should we not show our love for others by teaching and sharing this faith with them so that they too can love Jesus and hope in eternal happiness? Oh no.
According to Benedict, our faith should cause us to love the earth more intensely, to build an earthly future; that is, we should work to build a better society. We should base our security and hope upon this earthly society. A society presumably in which false heretical religions will permanently coexist with each other, in accordance with Ecumenism.
Yes, reading Benedict does leave one quite disillusioned!
Posted November 10, 2011
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