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Respectful questions sent by reader: What makes you think that the Catholic Church is the highest order for spiritual good? Why would you suppose that the only institution that has survived a couple millennia of various overthrows, revolutions, wars, famines, Crusades, etc. is at risk? I don't know much about this at all, but when I hear trumpets blaring in defense of one of the only organizations in the world to have survived all these massive crises, and is STILL considered one of the top powers centres in the world (ie the Vatican), and which incidentally was also calling for the NWO to take control during Covid, I have to say all my alarm bells start to ring.”

My reply:

Thank you for this.

I can’t respond in great detail at the moment, but these subjects will (God willing) be addressed in my work in the months and years ahead.

If you aren’t familiar with the work of Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre on the precursors to and effects of the Second Vatican Council (1962-1965), especially relating to Church teaching and liturgy, that’s the place I would recommend as a good place to start.

Among his works, probably the most useful entry point is Open Letter to Confused Catholics, which he wrote in the early 1980s, when the first fruits of the Vatican II changes were becoming much more visible in societal indicators (family formation rates, numbers of people leaving the Catholic faith, declines in vocations to religious orders, crime rates, abortion rates, etc.) and also in Vatican institutions.

There’s an online copy available here:


All of the developments and trends Lefebvre observed, documented and warned about during and right around Vatican II, have since intensified and are about to intensify further as the Synod on Synodality continues to unfold.

The current works of Robert Morrison and Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano are (among other things) about documenting, analyzing and pushing back against these corrupting forces, whose aim is to convert the institutional Catholic Church into a content-free pan-religion that is no longer guardian and transmitter of eternal truth, serves only Satan and the globalists (as Pope Francis has been doing throughout Covid) and retains no authoritative role in world affairs as the “one, holy, catholic and apostolic” church that Jesus Christ founded upon the rock of St. Peter.

Along with Morrison and Vigano, Michael Matt and many others, I think it’s worth fighting for the true Catholic Faith, with confidence that “the gates of hell shall not prevail.” But I’m acutely aware of how large of a fight it is, with many supernatural beings and human beings working intelligently and effectively in a futile but very soul-destructive effort to erase and overthrow God Himself.

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