Other internet websites have transcribed what Bishop Fellay said in this talk on May 10, 2015 at Our Lady of the Angels Roman Catholic Church in Arcadia, California. Specifically at the 35:11 mark.
 

Notice what Bishop Fellay talks about before this disclosure. As in many other talks, he complains that he has received contradictory advice from different departments in the Vatican. In other words, he admits that for over six years he has been talking, “dialoguing” with Rome.
 

This is contradictory to the policy of Archbishop Lefebvre who refused to dialogue until Rome converts to Tradition. Have Pope Benedict and/or Pope Francis converted during that six year period?

 
Not only has Bishop Fellay been dialoguing, but in this talk, he discloses that he was appointed by Rome to judge his trouble-making (Resistance) priests!
 

The Archbishop would likewise be subject to Bishop Fellay’s judgment were he alive today! Would he too be expelled from his Society?
 
 
Excerpt from Bishop Fellay’s talk:
 
… “We are labelled now as being irregular at best, irregular means you cannot do anything and so for example they have prohibited us from saying Mass in the churches in Rome for the Dominican sisters who had their pilgrimage in Rome in February. They say “no you cannot because you are irregular.” And these people say that. They are people of Ecclesia Dei.

 
“Now, sometimes, unfortunately, also priests do silly things, and they need to be punished, and when it is very very serious, we have to make recourse to Rome; so we do. And what does the Congregation of the Faith do? Well, they did appoint me as the judge for this case. So I was appointed by Rome, by the Congregation of the Faith to make judgments, canonical Church judgments on some of our priests who belong to the non-existent Society for them and so once again on a beautiful contradiction indeed.”
 
 


 
 

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In this beautiful sacred image by Blessed John of Fiesole, also known as Fra Angelico the great Dominican artist of 15th century Florence, portrays the moment of Our Lady’s Coronation with the Heavenly court surrounding her.

 
 
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Many good points in this excellent sermon, spiritual as well as Resistance-related! An excellent teacher!
 
 


 
 

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We are in the time of Chastisement, analogous to the crossing of the Red Sea – devils on the left and the right of us, trying to crush us, but the Chosen People are protected. The evil people will be destroyed. We will have the protection of St Michael.

 

Let us be comforted by just knowing the Truth – this is the consolation that Christ offers to his Apostles. We have to love the Truth – the purity of Doctrine. We have to have Faith. That is enough for us.

 

Very inspiring sermon.

 

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OLGS Mission would like to invite all to make a pilgrimage to the Shrine of the Sorrowful Mother in St Agatha, Ontario on Sunday June 7th at 1 pm.
 
We will view the grounds, then go inside to say the Rosary and the Stations of the Cross and sing the Te Deum.
 
Later, we can meet for a meal at the local diner, Angie’s Kitchen, near the Shrine.
 

Directions:
 
Following the map below, as you enter St. Agatha, the Shrine is located on your left. Built circa 1860, this cemetery chapel contains over 100 relics of famous Catholic saints. Typifying the Swiss and Bavarian style, it is decorated with religious paintings imported from Munich, Germany.
 
Please note, that the Shrine is located near the St Agatha Catholic Church (a separate building). So keep an eye out for the Shrine itself.
 

Map to Shrine

 
 

If you would like to practise singing the Te Deum, please see this post

 

The score for the Te Deum can be viewed by clicking on the images below:

 
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Pax et Bonum

 

Sister Constance TOSF

 
 

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2015 05 24 – Fr. David Hewko Sermon – Pentecost Sunday – Danbury, CT

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Just before his death, St. Francis of Assisi had a gift of prophesy about a future Church crisis such as ours.
 

He described a corrupt pontificate where Our Lord had placed a “non canonically elected destroyer” into the visible seat.
 
This prophecy, with Impramatur, should help resolve the papal legitimacy debate because it defines who Francis is and his role in Church history.
 
 
 

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The Saint Prophesies Great Schisms and Tribulation in the Church

 
A short time before the holy Father’s death, he called together his Children and warned them of the coming troubles saying:
 
‘Act bravely my Brethren; take courage and trust in the Lord. The time is fast approaching in which there will be great trials and afflictions; perplexities and dissensions, both spiritual and temporal, will abound; the charity of many will grow cold, and the malice of the wicked will increase. The devils will have unusual power, and the purity of our Order and of others will be so much obscured that there will be very few Christians who will obey the true Sovereign Pontiff and the Roman Church with true hearts and perfect charity.

 
At the time of this tribulation a man, not canonically elected, will be raised to the Pontificate, who by his cunning, will endeavor to draw many into error and death. Then scandals will be multiplied. Our Order will be divided and others entirely destroyed, because they will consent to error instead of opposing it. There will be such diversity of opinions and schisms among the people, the religious and the clergy that except those days were shortened according to the words of the Gospel, even the elect would fall into error were they not specially guided, amid such great confusion by the immense mercy of God. Then our Rule and manner of life will be violently opposed by some, and terrible trials will come upon us. Those who are found faithful will receive the crown of life. But woe to those, who trusting solely in their order shall fall into tepidity for they will not be able to support the temptations permitted for the proving of the elect.

 
Those who preserve their fervor and adhere to virtue with love and zeal for the truth, will suffer injuries and persecutions as rebels and schismatics; for their persecutors, urged on by the evil spirits will say they are doing a great service to God by destroying such pestilent men from the face of the earth. But the Lord will be the refuge of the afflicted and save all who trust in Him. And in order to be like their Head these, the elect will act with confidence, and by their death will purchase for themselves eternal life; choosing to obey God rather than man. they will fear nothing and they will prefer to perish rather than consent to falsehood and perfidy. Some preachers will keep silence about the truth and others will trample it underfoot, and deny it. Sanctity of life will be held in derision even by those who outwardly profess it, for in those days, Our Lord Jesus Christ will send them not a true Pastor but a destroyer.
 

Source: WORKS OF THE SERAPHIC FATHER ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI, TRANSLATED BY A RELIGIOUS OF THE ORDER
R. WASHBOURNE, 18 PATERNOSTER ROW, LONDON, 1882
IMPRAMATUR. +WILLIAM BERNARD, BISHOP OF BIRMINGHAM
 
See Chapter XIII Pages: 248, 249, 250.
 
http://www.saintsbooks.net/books/St.%20Francis%20of%20Assisi%20-%20Works%20of%20the%20Seraphic%20Father.pdf

 
 
 

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Thanks to “Incredulous” for locating the prophecy and providing the link:
http://abplefebvreforums.proboards.com/thread/4245/conciliar-popes
 
So, what can we do, how do we survive the crisis?
 
Take the advice of Pope St Sixtus, who said that the Church would be rescued by two amazing men:
 
St Francis
St Dominic, who promoted a cord
 
And the advice of Our Lady

 
 

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Contribution from a Franciscan in the Resistance in Vermont.
 
 
I let Noah take the bowl outside to finish it off but the chickens got the last little bit 🙂
 
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2015 05 10 – Fr. Brendan King Sermon – Fifth Sunday after Easter – Liverpool, England

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