Two recent podcasts by Dr. Taylor Marshall indicate two clear trends:
First, the Church is moving quickly toward abrogation of all pre-Vatican II Catholic traditions.
Second, Jorge Maria Bergoglio is psychologically damaged.
In the first podcast, Dr. Marshall plays an interview of Cardinal Roche easily and effortlessly lying about Vatican II and defaming Traditional Catholics. (I would be happy to debate whether or not Roche is lying, but before you challenge me, learn what constitutes a lie according to Catholic teaching. I.e., willful ignorance is no defense.)
In the second, Dr. Marshall exposes Jorge’s new children’s indoctrination book in which the Pope teaches children how to mock and hate the Latin language and traditional Catholic practices.
The videos are available below, and I urge everyone to watch them. (If you don’t have time, watch them at 1.5 playback speed. Then, click the gear icon at the bottom of the video, select Playback speed, and select 1.5.)
It’s time for all faithful Catholics, whether Traditional or not, to reject the teachings of Pope Francis wherever they conflict with the 2,000-year teachings of the Catholic Church. Either the constant teachings of the Church are true always and everywhere, or the entirety of Christianity is a scam. No third possibility exists.
Examples of modern Church conflicts with traditional teaching: the Church has always taught that Jesus was not lying when He said, “I am the way, the truth, and the life, and no one comes to the Father except through Me.” The Bergoglian church teaches that all religions are equal and faith in Jesus Christ, accepting Him as your Lord and Savior is no longer a requirement of salvation.
That the Church attempts to change the foundations of faith is irrefutable, but many Catholics ignore it. They ignore it for the same reason that Republicans ignore election fraud. They ignore it because paying attention demands action. Paying attention would require reconsidering everything they’ve always thought, said, and done. Paying attention would disrupt their comfortable lives and, God forbid, require them to resign as Extraordinary Eucharistic Ministers and lectors.
Please watch these podcasts thoughtfully, then prayerfully research for yourself this Friday. Who is lying? Cardinal Roche and Pope Francis or Dr. Taylor Marshall? Let the Holy Spirit guide your answer.