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A Journal of 2020 – 4


Message to Church Militant:

Dear Church Militant Editor,

I made a very favorable – and very sincerely meant – comment about the latest Vortex in the “comments” section of the video.

But I’d also like to make another comment that’s not meant for public consumption.

Sometimes a good argument can be harmed by hyperbole and exaggeration. This Vortex video on masculinity is an example. What Michael says in the video is absolutely good and absolutely true – about masculinity and men and fatherhood. However, when he mentions priests “raping” teenage boys, he really damages his own argument.

Perhaps “seducing” or “having sex with” teenage boys would be better, because a thoughtful viewer is going to ask himself, “How many teenage boys – with all their teenage strength and energy – can be overpowered and sexually penetrated by force through the efforts of a soft, overweight middle-aged man? Does that really make sense? And some viewers may ask themselves, “If THAT doesn’t make sense, then maybe some of the other things Michael is saying don’t make sense either.”

Again, I just want to say that what Michael says in this and other Vortex episodes is so good and to the point, that it seems a shame for him to undermine the truth of what he’s reporting by adding unnecessary and gratuitous words and comments.

It’s just a thought.

God bless you,

Robert John Bennett


Some recent Tweets to the Vatican that may perhaps be of interest:

@Pontifex “The release of the McCarrick report now could help restore the faith of Catholics in the institution of the Church and help keep them within the fold.” But do corrupt and perverted clerics CARE about keeping Catholics within the fold?

@Pontifex “Why Viganò’s Critique of the Council Must Be Taken Seriously….We have to abandon once and for all the naïveté of thinking that the only thing that matters about Vatican II are its promulgated texts.”

@Pontifex “Pope Francis exhorts German Catholics to continue on ‘Synodal Path’” And continue on over the cliff.

@Pontifex “US bishop pulls priest from parish for ‘divisive’ remarks upholding Church’s stance on homosexuality” We certainly can’t allow any priest to uphold the truth of Church teaching, now can we?

@Pontifex Why is this tragic pope taking billions from China (, while the Chinese Communist government continues to tear down churches and persecute Catholics, as it forces them to distort the Faith?

@Pontifex Bishop Schneider believes,“The Pope has the duty to protect the the simple faithful laity and faithful clerics in Germany who have been stifled by an unbelieving caste of theologians. The Pope cannot be silent as the ‘wolves’ devour the flock.”

@Pontifex Why is this tragic pope allowing the German synod to approve extramarital sexual relations and homosexual marriage?

@Pontifex This tragic pope doesn’t WANT to destroy the Church, does he?

@Pontifex For this tragic pope and his corrupt clergy, from Lauds today: “Evil whispers to the sinner in the depths of his heart: the fear of God does not stand before his eyes.”

@Pontifex This sad, tragic pope tweets, “Evil never gives peace. It causes frenzy first then leaves bitterness.” Perhaps that’s why this misguided pope is often angry and contradicts himself. Perhaps that’s why he often – deceptively – “promises cheap, easily acquired joy.”

@Pontifex “EMOTIONS OVER TRUTH – The recipe for damnation.” And which does this tragic pope choose?

@Pontifex “The head of the German Bishops’ Conference claims the Pope is pleased with the German bishops’ radical ‘synodal way’: normalizing homosexuality, ending priestly celibacy, admitting non-Catholics to Holy Communion and ordaining women.” Dear God.

@Pontifex And the lemmings press on toward the cliff. There may be no stopping them now.

@Pontifex “Open letter exposes seminary cover-up” One friend said, “Will Bergoglio do anything about this?” Another said, “Bergoglio do something? Are you kidding me? This sick, sad, and tragic pope? Gimme a break. Bergoglio PROTECTS his corrupt clergy.”

@Pontifex Pray that Anthony Gorgia will one day be ordained a priest . In Gen 3:15, God speaks to corrupt popes and clergy: “She shall crush your head, and you shall lie in wait for her heel.”

@Pontifex The German “synodal path” that is now underway has already openly shown that there is a division between those who still have the Catholic and apostolic faith and those who reject or question some of its essential contents. – Bishop Schneider

@Pontifex “For forty years they wearied me, that generation. I said: their hearts are wandering, they do not know my paths. I swore in my anger: they will never enter my place of rest.” – For the pope and his corrupt colleagues, from today’s Lauds.

@Pontifex In today’s Lauds, the Lord speaks, “But my eyes are drawn to the man of humbled and contrite spirit, who trembles at my word.” When will God find such a man on the Chair of St. Peter, or anywhere in the Vatican?

@Pontifex “To say that the Church is not a business is no justification for us to be inefficient much less for us to be corrupt.” – Cardinal George Pell No, it’s not a justification for us, but it IS a justification for this tragic pope and his colleagues.

@Pontifex The end of civilization? “We were always free to show up to Mass in our finest beachwear and listen to Fr. Effeminate tell us ‘God loves us’ and ‘We shouldn’t judge,’ an encapsulation of the gospel of the Church of Nice.”

@Pontifex “Sin, damnation, the Cross — all that medieval stuff — it all happened back in previous centuries. ‘Fellowship’ and donuts are as significant as Mass, or so virtually every priest and adulation-loving bishop would assure us (in word or action).”

@Pontifex “Many Catholics today — good people, faithful people — look around and are depressed and disturbed and troubled as they see their world vanishing, the Church and the culture.” And in Germany, there’s more to come, in November: “the Synodal Way.”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Let’s pray that families may be protected by the Church, not just the State. In Germany, the coming bishops’ synod plans: approving divorce and supposed remarriage, cohabitation, blessing homosexual relationships, etc.

@Pontifex Now THIS is a priest (!

@Pontifex “It is realistic to imagine a situation in which priests and bishops in other countries will not be able to maintain communion with those German bishops who advocate heretical teachings.” – From an article on Bishop Schneider

@Pontifex From today’s Lauds – “Thomas, you believe because you have seen me. Blessed are those who have not seen and yet believe.” Lord. give us, please, a pope and clergy who believe.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – True: Christian joy flows from accepting, the Good News. But who can really believe that many in the Vatican really accept the Gospel in all its fullness of Truth and Tradition? Perhaps a few Swiss Guards, but among the clerics?

@Pontifex “Some evil spirit entered the Church by means of Vatican II and the subsequent liturgical revolution.” And the might of this demonic spirit has grown to the point where its power in the Church is all but supreme.

@Pontifex “Italian prelate to Viganò: We would like to ‘accompany your sure steps along the path of truth’” And is this tragically confused pope now planning some exquisite revenge for what this prelate has said?

@Pontifex “Time to stop making excuses for Vatican II and the New Mass” But are this tragically addled pope and his corrupt colleagues the one who can do it?

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Christian joy flows from doing what is right. It does not flow from the superficial, happy-clappy (and shrinking) Church of Nice promoted by this tragic pope and his corrupt and perverted colleagues, especially Bergoglio’s German overlords.

@Pontifex “The present confusion could even increase if these heretical German bishops were still to be recognized formally by the Pope.” – Bishop Schneider

@Pontifex Whenever I read these words from today’s Lauds, I think of this tragic pope and his corrupt colleagues, and I wonder if these words will ever be true for them: “Who will climb the mountain of the Lord?….The one who is innocent of wrongdoing and pure of heart”

@Pontifex “Precedent for this situation is the Arian crisis in the 4th century: faithful Catholic bishops were a minority with the Pope. The guarantee for being Catholic was communion with the Apostolic See and with doctrinal Tradition.” – Bishop Schneider

@Pontifex “Vatican watchdog skips scandals in annual report” ( Of course. Do you really expect this “courageous” pope, for whom “discernment,” “dialogue,” “mercy,” and “accompaniment” are so important for his “image,” to actully admit a scandal exists?

@Pontifex “Vatican spokesman pays tribute to Second Vatican Council as ‘seed that continues to grow’” A friend commented, “Oh, it grows, all right, like a noxious weed, faithfully cared for, and watered by, this tragic pope and his perverted hierarchy.”

@Pontifex Response of a papal Tweet – “In some places, the Church is working to develop a strong sense of belonging to the Mystical Body of Christ, with the hope that the Mother of God may convince her Son to hold back His hand, now threatening the world with divine retribution.”

@Pontifex “If the ‘synodal path’ in Germany approves female ordination, homosexual acts, blessing homosexual couples, sex outside marriage, there will be Catholic bishops, priests and laity, who will not accept such heresies.” – Bishop Schneider

@Pontifex From today’s Lauds: “Give thanks to the Lord for he is good, and his kindness is for ever.” And we know that in His Goodness, He will not allow this present tragic pope or the corrupt and perverted clergy or the demonic “spirit” of the Council to ruin the Church.

@Pontifex From today’s Lauds: “In my time of trial I called out to the Lord: he listened, and led me to freedom.” And he will lead others to freedom too: this tragic pope and his sick and perverted German overlords. God will lead them to freedom from the dark confines of heresy.

@Pontifex God speaks to this tragic pope and his perverted colleagues in today’s Lauds: “I shall pour clean water over you and you will be cleansed; I shall cleanse you of all your defilement and all your idols. I shall give you a new heart, and put a new spirit in you.”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Yes, God certainly has hidden the secrets of His Kingdom “from the wise and the learned,” i.e., this tragic pope and his corrupt hierarchy. But God has revealed those secrets – Tradition and Gospel Truth – to faithful Catholics everywhere.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – This tragic, NGO pope hopes the UN will take “a first step toward a future of peace.” This poor pope seems not to understand that if he and his corrupt colleagues support the Gospel and Church teaching, there will be a REAL future of peace.

@Pontifex “Were the Pope not to correct the heretical decisions of the German bishops’ ‘synodal path,’ he would thereby consent to them by his silence.” – Bishop Schneider

@Pontifex Papal approval of the German bishops’ “synodal path” “would lead to the bizarre situation of a Pope at the same time approving clearly heretic bishops as well as bishops who still hold and safeguard the true Catholic faith.” – Bishop Schneider

@Pontifex Bishop Schneider says that papal approval of the German bishops’ heretical “synodal path” would be “bizarre” ( A friend commented, “Everything about this pontificate is bizarre.”

@Pontifex A friend says she prays constantly: “Dear God, when will we again have a Catholic pope?”

@Pontifex A friend prays, “God, when will we have a pope again, instead of the self-appointed head of a Roman (and formerly Catholic) NGO?”

@Pontifex Still another friend prays, “Lord, when will this papal disaster end?”

@Pontifex Our Blessed Mother has brought about the conversion of many, and so faithful Catholics everywhere are begging her to ask her Son to convert even this present tragic and disturbed pope.

@Pontifex A friend says her constant prayer, again and again, is, “Dear God in Heaven, give us a Catholic pope.”

@Pontifex Some other friends say that they beg God “to forgive this pope, because he’s ill and doesn’t know what he’s doing. As Our Lord prayed from the cross, ‘Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do’. So, God forgive this disturbed pope for the ruin he’s caused.”

@Pontifex The FSSP German seminary, training men in true Catholicism and the Traditional Latin Mass, has 100 seminarians, an official letter states. The diocese of Bamberg has 2 seminarians In revenge, will this pope do to the FSSP what he did to the FFI?

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – The Holy Spirit will only “bend the forces of evil”? In Genesis (Douay-Rheims), with reference to Our Lady, Satan is told “she shall crush thy head.” Apparently this disturbed pope has a “different” idea about how the Holy Spirit works.

@Pontifex Because the tradition-oriented FSSP has so many seminarians (in Germany and elsewhere), will this disturbed pope do to them what he did to the FFI? (Hint: The FSSP is rolling in cash, just as the FFI was.)

@Pontifex “In these last five or six months, with all these things happening in Hong Kong, Francis didn’t say a word in support of the people in Hong Kong. So it’s terrible … terrible.” “Pope Francis has yet to offer a word of comfort.” – Cardinal Zen



Letter to Ron Rieder:


Well, I do say “Thanks!” And once more: I’m really grateful to you for going to all the trouble of dealing with this issue. To repeat, I was extremely naive to think that banks in the US operate like banks in Europe. When we transfer funds here, either to another bank, another city, or another country, it’s a matter of a few keystrokes and – ping! – it’s done. No complicated forms to fill out, no discussions with bank officers, nothing. I stupidly thought that that’s the way things worked in the US, too.

So I was – and am – sorry you had to waste so much time. Then, this morning, when I saw the form that you e-mailed (a form on which it was impossible even to enter a 14-character international cell phone number), I thought you’d done enough and should just be rewarded for all of your time-consuming efforts. I thought I should just let you keep what is, after all, a fairly small amount of money, which the government should not have sent to citizens living overseas anyway. (I mean, there’s little we expatriates can do to “stimulate” the US economy, unless we download Kindle books from or something.)

Well, in one way it’s not over yet, because the money won’t appear – if it does appear – in my account for a few days. But in another way, it IS over, because whether or not the money arrives, I’m through with this whole thing – except for being grateful to you for your help. Anyway, I’ll never mention this again, and if I ever again receive a check in dollars, I’ll find some other way of depositing it to my account here.





Sometimes German words are long and unwieldy and a little intimidating (e.g., “Bundesverfassungsgerichtsurteil” = Decision by the Federal Constitutional Court).

But some German words are just kind of cute. The word for “panic-buying” in German is “Hamsterkauf.” “Kauf” is German for “purchase” or “buying.” So literally the word means “hamster buying” or “buying like a hamster.”
Why “hamster”? Who knows? Or, as they say in Yiddish, גיי ווייס, “go figure.”



Some recent Tweets, sent to the Vatican, that may be of interest:

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – A pope who appears to have lost his faith, or who no longer has the true Catholic faith, a pope who supports his heretical overlord bishops in Germany, a pope who has strange ideas about the Gospel – that pope tweets about faith?

@Pontifex “The Church experienced this kind of situation in the fourth century. Pope Liberius excommunicated St. Athanasius and established communion with the semi-heretical bishops of the East. God preserve us from such a disaster.” – Bishop Schneider

@Pontifex “Pope drops Hong Kong reference from Sunday talk” ( That’s no surprise. This tragic pope doesn’t want to offend the Chinese. They might cut off the money. (

@Pontifex “Pope reflects on Jesus’ words on wisdom and humility of heart” Thank God. It would do this tragic, disturbed pope MUCH good to reflect on ‘wisdom and humility of heart’.”

@Pontifex “The Kitsch Council”

@Pontifex “Cardinal Zen calls out Pope Francis for not answering dubia about ‘murder’ of Chinese Church” That’s no surprise. This “humble” pope never responds to dubia, or “dialogues” about them, or “discerns” their content. He’s too busy heading his NGO.

@Pontifex “If the Pope does not correct the heretical decisions of the German ‘synodal path,’ the Church will be similar to a Protestant church, i.e. a religious system fashioned like McDonald’s or an a la carte restaurant.” – Bishop Schneider

@Pontifex For this tragic pope, his German and Chinese overlords, and for all corrupt and perverted prelates and priests, two very short verses from today’s Lauds: “Keep proud words far from your mouth…The Lord grinds down his enemies.”

@Pontifex A friend commented, “We have a US president and a pope who are both blind to reality, but this tragic pope’s blindness is worse. Trump is blind only to the reality of the world, this disturbed pope is blind to the reality of the world and the reality of the Church.”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Let us pray that this disturbed pope will understand the difference between the face of Jesus in people forced to flee their homeland and the face of those who commit crime and violently spread “The Great Religion of Peace” here in Europe.

@Pontifex “These guys don’t expend any effort to save souls, but when it comes to grabbing free money from floundering businesses who need it, don’t get in their way.” In other words: “Render unto God the things that are Caesar’s (and small businesses’).”

@Pontifex Archbishop Vigano on Vatican II: “The solution lies above all in an act of humility that all of us, beginning with the Hierarchy and the Pope, must carry out: recognizing the infiltration of the enemy into the heart of the Church.”

@Pontifex “What sort of pressure has Beijing put on the Pope so that he would not speak on world television about the drama of the former British colony, even in the most delicate and peaceful tones possible?”

@Pontifex “The Church cannot be overcome by a heretical and schismatic ‘synodal path’ — not even if this’path’ has the tacit approval of the Pope. Mary, the Mother of the Church, has vanquished all heresies.” – Bishop Schneider

@Pontifex This is rich: the “schismatics” are not those who approve of homosexual behavior (James Martin). not those who approve of cohabitation, not those who approve of adultery – the “schismatics” are those who believe in the teachings of the Church!

@Pontifex In today’s Lauds, the Lord again speaks to this tragic pope, his corrupt hierarchy, and his German and Chinese overlords: “My people did not hear my voice….So I let them go on in the hardness of their hearts, and follow their own counsels.”

@Pontifex “Bishop Heiner Wilmer of Hildersheim in Germany says the Church is becoming irrelevant….More than 8,000 Catholics officially left the Church in Hildesheim Diocese in 2019.” Strange that the Church was “relevant” before Vatican II, but not now.

@Pontifex This tragic pope tweets, “Faith is either missionary or it is no faith at all.” So, “what do we make of Pope Francis’s insistence that we must witness to Christ but ‘not with convictions, not to convince’?” Dear God, give us Catholic pope.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet, where this tragic pope writes of “a transparent faith.” If only this disturbed pontiff could be so transparent when it comes to the McCarrick report, the publication of which he’s been blocking for more than six months.

@Pontifex “Cardinal Burke is ‘very grateful’ that Querida Amazonia did not call into question clerical celibacy or address the issue of women deacons, but he finds the document ‘troubling’ and does not expect these issues to be left alone.” – Edward Pentin

@Pontifex Where is the McCarrick report?

@Pontifex Catholics pray that this tragic pope, his corrupt and perverted hierarchy, and his German and Chinese overlords will learn to understand this verse from today’s Lauds: “The true sacrifice is a broken spirit: a contrite and humble heart, O God, you will not refuse.”

@Pontifex “Social justice warriors never put their own skin in the game. It’s always YOUR money, YOUR safety, YOUR way of life they take and destroy.” Sound familiar to anyone in the Vatican? Especially anyone concerned with migrants and “refugees”?

@Pontifex Catholics pray that this troubled pope will somehow be able to turn the Church away from the coming catastrophe, with the help of the Mother of God.

@Pontifex Catholics pray that this tragic pope will ask God’s forgiveness for what he has done to the Church.

@Pontifex “Cardinal Burke takes issue with parts of Querida Amazonia that he says “gravely contradict theological truths.” He takes prelates close to the pope at their word: they say the door is open for married priests and women deacons.” – Edward Pentin

@Pontifex Catholics beg God not to punish this tragically confused pope and his corrupt and perverted colleagues too severely for what they have done – and are doing – to the Church.

@Pontifex From today’s Lauds, for this tragic pope: “It is good to praise the Lord…The fool does not hear, the slow-witted do not understand.”

@Pontifex From today’s Lauds, for this tragic pope and all corrupt and perverted clerics: “When the wicked sprout up like grass, and the doers of evil are in full bloom, it will come to nothing, for they will perish for ever and ever.”

@Pontifex “For behold, Lord, your enemies, how your enemies will perish, how wrongdoers will be scattered” – for this tragic pope and all corrupt clerics, from today’s Lauds:

@Pontifex “They are no children of his – this filthy generation, wicked and perverse. Is this how you repay the Lord, you foolish and witless people? – For this tragic pope and all corrupt clerics, from today’s Lauds.

@Pontifex “Think of God’s mercy, my brothers, and worship him, I beg you, in a way that is worthy of thinking beings….Do not model yourselves on the behaviour of the world around you” – For this tragic pope and all corrupt and perverted clerics, from today’s Lauds.

@Pontifex A friend asked and answered his own question: “When will this tragic pope release the McCarrick report? When Hell freezes over.”

@Pontifex This tragic pope prays, “Saint Benedict, show us how joyful hope always springs from faith.” But “joyful hope” cannot spring from a faith that is based on the illusions and fantasies that are so widespread in the Church now, during this corrupt pontificate of horror.

@Pontifex In the US, “Catholic dioceses, other organizations received at least $1.4 billion in federal CO19 loans.” ( Terrific! So this tragic pope may not even need to ask overlords in Germany and China for more money!

@Pontifex “Survey finds 30% of German Catholics are considering leaving Church” The “spirit” of Vatican II is a gift that just keeps on giving.

@Pontifex “Almost 30% of regular Mass-goers never go to Confession, Philadelphia survey finds” The benefits brought to the Church by the “spirit” of Vatican II just never seems to stop, do they?

@Pontifex “Peruvian bishop: Pope sees Amazon region, new ‘Amazon Ecclesial Conference’ as ‘testing ground’” Testing ground? For what? Heresy?

@Pontifex “Cardinal Parolin served the last blow to murder the Church in China with the issuance of pastoral guidelines of the Holy See concerning the civil registration of clergy in China.” – Cardinal Zen

@Pontifex “As this pontificate approaches its 7th anniversary, says Cardinal Burke, internal Church strife is causing the faithful to look inward, sapping the Church’s energy to evangelize. ‘We’re weaker than ever in our witness,’ he says.” – Edward Pentin

@Pontifex “And I shall put my spirit in you, and you will live” – from today’s Lauds, for this tragic pope and his even more tragic colleagues. The verse expresses hope for even this pontiff and all corrupt clerics.

@Pontifex From Lauds, for this pope and his colleagues: “God and Father, to those who go astray you reveal the light of your truth and enable them to return to the right path. Grant that all who have received the grace of baptism may strive to…reject everything opposed to it.”

@Pontifex A friend commented, “You’d think that this tragic pope, at his advanced age, would be aware that he will soon be facing God and would therefore try to repair at least some of the horrific destruction he’s caused in the Church. But he seems incapable of that.”

@Pontifex Catholics everywhere are praying for the conversion of this tragic pope, and for the conversion of all corrupt and perverted clerics.

@Pontifex Where is the McCarrick report?

@Pontifex God has made saints out of the greatest sinners; he made a saint out of the Good Thief on the cross at the very end of his life. We pray that in the same way God will make a saint out of this tragic pope, despite the horrors he has brought into the Church.

@Pontifex This tragic pope tweets that “if we want we can become good soil,” fruitful with the Word of God. Unfortunately, it seems that this disturbed pope and his corrupt clerics have chosen to become the opposite kind of soil, where the Word of God rots and is destroyed.

@Pontifex This tragic pope tweets that fishermen and their families “have made many sacrifices.” When will we have a Catholic pope and hierarchy that will make sacrifices to provide us the truths and traditions of the Church, instead of perverting those truths and traditions?

@Pontifex “Cardinal Burke: ‘What’s at stake now is a basic misunderstanding about the Church and the papacy, bishops and tradition.’ Bishops express their concerns to the Holy Father in private, but Burke says the laity must do their part.” – Edward Pentin

@Pontifex Catholics pray that this tragic pope and all misguided clergy will save their souls, despite what they have done – and are continuing to do – to the Church and to the faithful.

@Pontifex Will this tragic pope and his clerics suffer in eternity for all the souls they have brought to ruin through error and false teachings?

@Pontifex Why is this tragic pope afraid to release the McCarrick report? What horrors does it contain that we don’t know already?

@Pontifex Catholics who are scorned by this tragic pope and his disturbed followers as “schismatics” find consolation in today’s Lauds: “I would rather be at the doorstep of the house of my God than live in the dwellings of sinners.”

@Pontifex “He said, ‘Michael, it’s those bishops!’ It was a ‘John-the-Baptist’ moment. We talked, and my real education began. Over the years, everything he said has proven to be correct. He talked about gay bishops, corrupt bishops, unfaithful bishops.”

@Pontifex “People go on and on about Pope Francis, but Pope Francis did not just drop out of the sky. He is a product of this corrupt episcopal swamp.”

@Pontifex A friend commented, “If this tragic pope is THIS afraid of releasing the McCarrick report – so afraid that he hasn’t released it now, 7 months after completion – then there must be DYNAMITE in that report. The reality of it must be even worse than we can imagine!”

@Pontifex A friend prays, “Dear God, please, PLEASE, send us not only a Catholic pope, but also a few more Catholic bishops as well.”

@Pontifex Hagia Sophia? A friend thinks that as long as we have an effeminate, homosexualist, spiritually weak and compromising priesthood, then Islam will be on the march, with its emphasis on strength and masculinity.

@Pontifex “If only, today, you would listen to his voice: ‘Do not harden your hearts as you did at Meribah, on the day of Massah in the desert, when your fathers tested me – they put me to the test, although they had seen my works’.”

@Pontifex “For forty years they wearied me, that generation.”

@Pontifex “Toxic” or not, the Islamic version of masculinity seems to be winning.

@Pontifex This tragic pope tweets, “We will not be judged for our ideas, but for the compassion we have shown to others.” But if our errors and heretical ideas have caused others to lose their souls, it won’t matter how much “compassion” we showed them.



Message to Klaus Beckmann:

Dear Klaus,

Has the new persecution begun? This interactive map ( shows where Catholic churches and statues have been vandalized in the United States and Canada. Just click on one of the sites (marked by a cross) to find out what happened there. After accessing the site, there’s also a link for more information about what happened.

The other day, an internet commentator asked this question: Can you imagine what would happen if MOSQUES were being vandalized this way? All hell would break loose. But Catholic Churches? Nyeh? No big deal.

In Christ Rege,


Message to Father Gregory White:

Dear Father Gregory,

The other day, I clumsily tried to express an idea about the all-pervasive immorality in society today. Professor Anthony Esolen neatly describes in this article ( what I was trying to articulate. You may not have time read the whole piece, so I’ll quote one key sentence:

“The Great Moral Apostasy, the collapse of the Christian sexual ethic, is now enshrined in (US) constitutional law, and to express any doubt about its goodness is to expose yourself to denunciation and calumny,…”

In Christo Rege,



A message to Klaus Beckmann, after he sent me an article about the desecration of a large number of graves in a cemetery in Krefeld:

Dear Klaus,

Terrible, terrible, terrible. The other day I had coffee with Andreas (he speaks slowly, clearly, and simply, and is patient with my clumsy German), and we both agreed  that we may very well be living through the “Endzeit,” or at least AN “Endzeit.” Horrific events like this one in Krefeld (and today in Nantes, and all over the US almost every day) would seem to support that conclusion.

And of course there are other “Endzeit” signs as well; the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the world economy, which is only beginning, together with the monstrous situation in the Church now. I discussed much of this with Father Gregory when I went to confession on Wednesday, and he quite reasonably repeated – with sincerity and conviction and depth – the simple truth that our faith is tested in such times and we can only trust in God to save us. Such an idea sounds simple and trite to most people these days, but I find it remarkably consoling. (I suppose I also find it consoling, because I’ll be eighty years old in six months, and I won’t have to face the brunt of the coming storm.)

In Christo Rege,




Message to Andreas Unterwalden:

Lieber Andreas,

danke für Deine Nachricht, obwohl es mich fast zum Weinen brachte.

Bei der heutigen Messe hörten wir die Parabel vom Unkraut aus dem Matthäusevangelium. Werden Bischöfe (und Kardinäle), die die Handkommunion erlauben – mit der Art von Sakrileg, die Du beschreibst – zu den “Unkräutern” gehören, die am Ende der Welt ins Feuer geworfen werden?.

In Christo Rege



Copy of a message to Cardinal Woelki:

Euer Eminenz, sehr geehrter Herr Generalvikar,

obwohl dieses Video ( auf Englisch ist, sende ich den Link trotzdem. Gegen 51:15 im Video beginnt Dr. Peter Kwasniewski, ein bekannter amerikanisch-katholischer Schriftsteller, über Handkommunion und Mundkommunion zu sprechen. Was dieser Gelehrte zu sagen hat, könnte von Interesse sein.

In Christo Rege

Robert John Bennett



Some recent Tweets to the Vatican that may perhaps be of interest:

@Pontifex Reponse to a papal Tweet – This tragic pope will certainly be judged for his ideas, because so many of his ideas are errors that can involve the loss of countless souls.

@Pontifex Catholics pray that God will send us a pope who does not tolerate evil, especially the kind of evil exposed in this video:

@Pontifex This is the kind of “idea” that this tragic pope will judged on, compassion or no compassion: “Cdl Zen: Vatican has delivered Church in China into ‘hands of the madness of our government’”

@Pontifex Catholics around the world pray that everyone will learn to have compassion for this tragic, troubled pope, despite the horrors of this pontificate.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – If this tragic pope’s ideas are gross errors that have caused countless people to lose their souls, it won’t matter, on the Day of Judgement, how much “compassion” he had for them.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Leading people into error with your mistaken, confused ideas – that is not “compassion.”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Leading people into sin and error with your ideas is not “compassion.”

@Pontifex For this tragic pope and his clerics, from today’s Lauds: “Which of you could live with a devouring fire? Which of you will abide in everlasting burning? He who walks in justice, he who speaks fairly – this is he who will dwell on high, secure in a fortress of rocks.”

@Pontifex Today’s Lauds: “The learned will shine as brightly as the vault of heaven, and those who have instructed many in virtue will shine like stars for all eternity.” But not those who have led people into sin and error with their twisted ideas.”

@Pontifex “The Church is cash poor because these (bishops) have betrayed the Faith with active homosexual lives, their embezzlement, their refusal to teach the Faith, their promotion of modernism, and their destruction of the liturgy and devotional life.”

@Pontifex “I find Querida Amazonia troubling, in that it’s subject to so many different interpretations. There are those like Cardinal Müller and Bishop Eleganti who were critical of the synod on the Amazonia but who are now praising this.” – Edward Pentin

@Pontifex Catholics pray that God will have compassion on this tragic, disturbed pope and will not hold his many errors against him, even though those errors may have caused the loss of many souls.

@Pontifex Some say that this tragic pope is simply manipulated by the evil prelates around him. If so we pray that this disturbed pontiff will be given the grace to understand what is really going on. We also pray for the conversion of those prelates.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Lady of Mount Carmel, our Mother, help this tragic, disturbed pope to have innocent hands and a pure heart, and not to utter lies or enable corruption or speak ill of others, either laity (the Knights of Malta) or religious (the FFI).

@Pontifex “Bishop Vigneron has no intention of accepting the truth and reinstating Fr. Perrone. Even now, he is continuing to pay canon lawyers and legal counsel to have Fr. Perrone sanctioned by Rome.” A good pope would correct this injustice.

@Pontifex “50 priests, scholars, journalists thank Viganò, Schneider for raising Vatican II questions” and Catholics pray for a good pope, one who will answer those questions.

@Pontifex “Moroccan Christians have to practice their faith in secret” A friend said, “But…but our compassionate and merciful (but sadly disturbed) pope made a visit to Morocco in 2019! Didn’t he ‘dialogue’ with people there?”

@Pontifex “The number of candidates for the Catholic priesthood has gone from 594 in 2011 to 211 at present,” said Bishop Timmerevers, of Dresden-Meissen, Germany. It’s just a coincidence, of course. It has NO CONNECTION with Vatican II, or this sad pope.

@Pontifex “If this were a Humanae Vitae moment, the Pope would have expressed very strongly the ideas of the Lordship of Christ, reaffirmed clerical celibacy in clear terms, and would have said why the Church can’t ordain deaconesses.” – Edward Pentin

@Pontifex A friend prays, “Most Blessed Virgin, please don’t let this tragic pope die in the guilt of causing so many people to lose their souls through his errors and false teachings; don’t let him die in the guilt of procucing so much ruin in the Church, especially in China.”

@Pontifex Catholics hope this tragic pontiff can sincerely pray this verse from today’s Lauds: “Take pity on me, Lord, in your mercy; in your abundance of mercy wipe out my guilt.”

@Pontifex “Cardinal Müller says know-it-all theologians should not be dissecting Querida Amazonia; it’s poetic and so forth. The Pope can write things with poetry in them, but the poetic content must be coherent with theological truths.” – Edward Pentin

@Pontifex “The very men – priests – most capable of providing safety for the souls in their charge are the ones who will be most detested by the ‘queen crowd’ that pretty much runs most dioceses in the United States.”

@Pontifex Father Körner believes ( people in Turkey see Christianity “not as an opponent, but as a partner in dialogue, as a sister religion.” Felix Körner, James Martin, Jorge Bergoglio – how many more Jesuits are there with equally bizarre thinking?

@Pontifex “The Archdiocese of Freiburg, Germany, is planning a major restructuring that consolidates 1,000 existing parishes into just 40 larger parishes.”

@Pontifex Communion on the tongue?

@Pontifex “Church scholar: Proper understanding of Mass requires Communion on tongue”

@Pontifex Cardinal Burke: “Passages in QA contradict theological truths. In a poetic passage the Pope seems to underline the Lordship of Christ; then he says Christ is in the river, the trees, and so forth. That’s paganism. It’s not true.” – Edward Pentin

@Pontifex Catholics pray that this tragic pope will not lose his soul because of his errors, which have led so many other souls astray.

@Pontifex Perhaps this verse from today’s Lauds cannot be repeated too often for this tragic pope: “If only, today, you would listen to his voice….”

@Pontifex “Ex-Mississippi priest indicted; Homeland Security affidavit accuses diocese of lying to parishioners” Diocese lying to parishioners? Is that something new for this pontificate? And by the way, where’s the McCarricik report?

@Pontifex “The bankrupt Buffalo Diocese is paying a public-relations consultant at a rate of $10,000 a month, plus expenses.” Hey, why not? During this pontificate, anything goes.

@Pontifex “Can a Catholic Ever Disobey a Pope?”

@Pontifex Cardinal Burke: “I think that it would be very questionable to give an overwhelmingly positive presentation of Querida Amazonia, because it could, in fact, lead the faithful into error.” – Edward Pentin

@Pontifex My response to an e-mail from a friend: “Yes, as for China and Chinese Catholics, one can only grieve. One can only weep for Chinese Catholics and weep for what this tragic, disturbed pope has done to them.”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – “In the parable of the weeds, Jesus helps us understand God’s patience, opening our hearts to hope.” Yes, hope that this tragic pope and all corrupt prelates can be converted and become Catholic again, hope that they won’t destroy the Church.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Talk about “weeds”? Where’s the McCarrick report?

@Pontifex Cardinal Burke: “In Querida Amazonia — the Amazon Church should be a lay Church. Well, if the Amazon Church is going to be a lay Church, then it won’t be Catholic.” – Edward Pentin

@Pontifex “Pope Francis says the Vatican II liturgical reform is ‘irreversible’” If this is so, then the continuing flow of people leaving the Church in Europe and America, because the Church seems irrelevant to them, is also ‘irreversible’.”

@Pontifex If the liturgical form is “irreversible” (, then then the already drastic emptying of churches and seminaries here in Germany will only accelerate. Lex orandi, lex credendi.

@Pontifex I just noticed that this article ( was published almost three years ago. In all that time, I haven’t noticed much irreversibility in the liturgical reform. If anything, it’s the return to the Traditional Latin Mass that seems irreversible.

@Pontifex A photo shows armed Catholic men protecting a large crucifix. Why aren’t there more men like this? The “patriarchy” and “toxic” masculinity have been spat on for 60 years. It’s amazing we have any men left at all. And what men there are haven’t gone into the priesthood.

@Pontifex Catholics know that even this disturbed pope with his corrupt colleagues is – in the words of the Book of Judith from today’s Lauds – “a warning inflicted by the Lord on those who are near his heart.”

@Pontifex This tragic pope will NEVER release the McCarrick report, because “it destroys the hierarchy.” BUT the truth will come out: McCarrick’s main victim is suing McCarrick and three US dioceses (; McCarrick will be deposed by the victim’s attorney.

@Pontifex This tragic pope might as well release the McCarrick report. The truth will eventually be known anyway ( It’s better for Catholics to find out the truth from the Vatican, all at once, than have it displayed in sensational fragments in the media.

@Pontifex “A steady diet of ‘God loves you and all is well no matter what’ has emptied our pews. Why? Well, who goes to the spiritual hospital if all he hears is that nothing is wrong and that his salvation is secure?”

@Pontifex “Experts map out US bishops’ ‘social networks’ that helped cover-up ex-cardinal McCarrick’s sex abuse” This tragic pope should release the McCarrick report, because the information is going to come out one way or another.

@Pontifex Cardinal Burke: “(A priesthood of all believers) means that the priesthood is not a sacrament, and it does not change the one who receives it, he doesn’t act in the person of Christ. That’s of the gravest of concern. This has to be clarified.”

@Pontifex In today’s Lauds, we hear the voice of all the faithful, as they pray to God during this present catastrophe of the Church: “Hear my cry, Lord, for I hope in your word.
– Hear my cry, Lord, for I hope in your word.”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – When bishops interpret the ambiguities of this tragic pope’s Amoris Laetitia as an approval of divorce and “remarriage,” the result is destruction of the family, with the disastrous effects we see around us in the world today.

@Pontifex “Vatican issues guide for remodeling parish life” “Remodeling”? Why is it so hard for the Vatican to tell the truth? The article states that the focus is on “downsizing dioceses” and that’s “apparent from the beginning of the document.”

@Pontifex Cardinal Burke: “If lay faithful carry out the priestly ministry except for Mass and confessions, the next step is: women are carrying out the priestly ministry — why aren’t they ordained? That’s where it’s heading.”

@Pontifex From Lauds today, for the pope and all corrupt prelates: “For forty years they wearied me,…I swore in my anger: they will never enter my place of rest.” But if you become Catholic again, God will forgive the awful destruction you have brought about in the Church.

@Pontifex Papal Tweet response – “Woe to the shepherds who destroy and scatter the sheep of my pasture!…You have scattered my flock and driven them away.” (Jeremiah 23:1-40) “Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing but are ravenous wolves.” (Matthew 7:15)



Some recent Tweets to the Vatican that may perhaps be of interest:

@Pontifex “Even if 90% of the hierarchy is corrupt, it matters not at all. Their evils can never touch the heart of the Church. The Holy Spirit protects Church teachings. No matter how corrupt these men may be, their evil cannot stain Christ’s Bride.

@Pontifex “Archbishop Sheen used to say to be aware of the difference between a bad man and an evil man. A bad man sins. An evil man tries to get others to sin, to be complicit in his sin, to bring another to ruin — as he has done for himself.”

@Pontifex “Archbishop Sheen said that Our Blessed Lord permitted the road to his Passion to begin with betrayal by an Apostle, a bishop, so that when His future followers beheld the treachery of the ordained and consecrated, they could refer to Judas.”

@Pontifex “If Our Lord Himself was betrayed by a bishop, (i.e., His Apostle, Judas) can we be surprised when it happens to us?”

@Pontifex Twitter’s locked Jews out of their accounts for posting an image of the Star of David, “hateful imagery,” Twitter calls it. JPII called the Jews “our elder brothers.” Will this current pope protest Twitter’s ban? Will Twitter ban the Cross next?

@Pontifex When will this pope release the McCarrick report? And when will Hell freeze over?

@Pontifex If such a video ( were produced here in Germany, the bishops would stop at nothing to have it banned. (“As would this tragic pope,” a friend added.)

@Pontifex Response to a Tweet by Father D. Longenecker: Which is better? To receive communion reverently and humbly kneeling and on the tongue, or to receive it standing with a heart full of self-righteousness because you are a more modern Catholic than all the mouth-receivers?

@Pontifex “Vatican’s COVID-19 Commission echoes globalist environmental concerns, sidelines sacraments” Of course. What are a few sacraments – or even God, for that matter – in comparison with something as urgent as environmental concerns?

@Pontifex When “When Will We Get the Report on McCarrick from the Vatican?”

@Pontifex This tragic pope tweets that prophecy is “born…not when we are concerned to keep everything quiet and under control.” In a Vatican that tries to keep everything “quiet and under control” (McCarrick, finances, clerical perversion) precious little prophecy is “born.”

@Pontifex Cardinal Burke: “None of these issues like clerical celibacy and deaconesses are resolved, the Pope just saw he had to wait a bit to accomplish his agenda because there are people causing difficulty. It’s clear the Pope is determined to do this.”

@Pontifex “If Francis attends (the opening of the Hagia Sophia mosque) he will offend millions of Christians who wonder why he’d attend a ceremony observing what Erdoğan sees as the triumph of Islam over Christianity and its superiority to Christianity.”

@Pontifex A friend commented, “I don’t understand why this misguided pope continues to think that if he’s kind to members of The Great Religion of Peace, they’ll be kind to Christians in return. All of formerly Christian North Africa shows what a laughable idea THAT is.”

@Pontifex “The documents, instructions, exhortations, etc., flowing out of the Vatican since Pope Francis was elected are among the most confusing assemblages of blather and bravado and confusion in the annals of human history, much less Church history.”

@Pontifex “The latest document was composed specifically in view of the massive merging of parishes and shortage of priests — in other words, in view of the collapse of the Church, brought to you by the gay and Marxist, lying, thieving, cheating clerics.

@Pontifex “New lawsuit: McCarrick, Catholic priests ran ‘sex ring’ from Jersey Shore beach house” This tragic, disturbed pope is engaging in a cover-up by refusing to release the McCarrick report, but it seems the McCarrick report is releasing itself.

@Pontifex “The latest document was composed specifically in view of the massive merging of parishes and shortage of priests — in other words, in view of the collapse of the Church, brought to you by the gay and Marxist, lying, thieving, cheating clerics.

@Pontifex In the US, why are shrinking dioceses having to merge Novus Ordo parishes, while TLM parishes are expanding? This discussion ( explains some of the reasons.

@Pontifex After all the horrors of this pontificate, and with countless Catholics leaving the Church in Europe and America, doesn’t this tragic pope think it’s time to do something about the disastrous impact of Vatican II?

@Pontifex “US bishop overcome with emotion offering first traditional Latin Mass in 35-year priesthood” It’s safe to say this is one bishop who will never be an archbishop, much less a cardinal. This Vatican doesn’t extend its “mercy” to traditionalists.

@Pontifex “A new 4,000-word Vatican document on the Wuhan virus pandemic is being slammed for not mentioning God, Jesus Christ, Church, gospel, Bible or sacraments even once.”

@Pontifex “‘Will they stop at burning an empty church?’: Anti-Christian attacks rise in Europe” Isn’t it strange that no mosque is ever set on fire?

@Pontifex “So long as the perception persists that the Vatican is delaying the release of McCarrick report in order to protect the Church’s institutional reputation, this “McCarrick virus” will continue to infect the Church in the U.S.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – The true pilgrim is capable of leading the slowest person along the right path, even when that person wants to follow a path over a cliff. Jesus is capable of leading even this tragic pope and his corrupt hierarchy, if they can follow Him.

@Pontifex “It is our duty as faithful lay Catholics, our duty before God, to DEMAND that you open your eyes and start acting like Catholic bishops and priests. The party’s over. Kumbaya is over. It didn’t work. Nobody cares. The Church is disappearing.”

@Pontifex “The ruler of Sharjah, in the UAE, is demanding the conversion of Córdoba’s Catholic cathedral into a mosque days after Turkey ordered the Islamic takeover of Hagia Sophia.” Maybe this tragic pope could dialogue with the ruler of Sharjah.

@Pontifex Cardinal Burke: “I suspect the Pope stepped back from the question of celibacy, because of the book by Pope Benedict XVI and Cardinal Sarah, which stresses the integral nature of the perpetual continence of the priest with the priesthood itself.”

@Pontifex “GUEST POST from a priest: ‘The Holy See has become a dumpster fire, and the boldness of the Gospel is wanting’.”

@Pontifex “If only, today, you would listen to his voice…”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – The Kingdom of Heaven is the opposite of the superficiality and error the “spirit of Vatican II” offers, the opposite of an empty liturgy: it is a treasure of tradition that not only claims to renew everyday life, but actually DOES renew it.

@Pontifex Is The Catechism of the Catholic Church, paragraph 675, a description of our present situation? It reads in part: “…a religious deception offering men an apparent solution to their problems at the price of apostasy from the truth.”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – On the memorial of Sts Joachim and Anne, Jesus’ “grandparents”, let young people do something tender: take some elderly people to a Traditional Latin Mass, the Mass of their childhood and youth, the Mass of the Ages. They may weep for joy.

@Pontifex “Attacks on Christians in Europe rise 285% since 2008, converts from Islam particularly targeted – In Islam, the penalty for apostasy is death” This tragic pope has to “dialogue” with Muslims, and explain their “Great Religion of Peace” to them.

@Pontifex “‘Burned Alive’: Persecution of Christians, June 2020” We hate to criticize, but this tragic pope hasn’t done a good job in “accompanying” and “dialoguing” with Muslims so that they understand that Islam is really “The Great Religion of Peace.”

@Pontifex Someday, for all of us, even for this tragic pope, the words of the “Hail Mary” will have to change from “now and at the hour of our death” to “now, at the hour of our death.” Let us all pray for one another, and let us pray especially for this tragic, disturbed pope.

@Pontifex Cardinal Burke: “Clearly the final document (of the Amazonian synod) is quite problematic.”

@Pontifex From today’s Lauds, a prayer regarding all tragic and corrupt prelates and priests: “Lord,…let their own plans destroy them. On account of their crimes, thrust them from your presence; for they are rebels against you.”

@Pontifex From today’s Lauds, a prayer regarding all tragic and corrupt prelates and priests: “Lord,…let their own plans destroy them. On account of their crimes, thrust them from your presence; for they are rebels against you.” And we could add: “Convert and save them, Lord.”

@Pontifex If only this tragic pope and his corrupt prelates and priests could sincerely pray these verses from today’s Lauds: “Give to the Lord, all his children, his glory and power, give to the Lord the glory of his name. Worship the Lord in holy splendour.”

@Pontifex There is a message from St. Paul in today’s Lauds, for this tragic pope and all his corrupt and perverted prelates and priests: “My brothers, never grow tired of doing what is right.”

@Pontifex In his latest vague, ambiguous Tweet about “gratitude” and “appreciation” for a service received, I hope this tragic, confused pope is not talking about the Death and Resurrection of Our Lord for our eternal salvation. I think that was something more than a “service.”

@Pontifex For this tragic pope and his corrupt and perverted priests and prelates, a verse from today’s Lauds: “For forty years they wearied me, that generation.”

@Pontifex A comment from St. Paul, from today’s Lauds, for this tragic pope and his corrupt and perverted priests and prelates: “You must wake up now: the night is almost over, it will be daylight soon.”

@Pontifex Cardinal Burke: “We have to deal with the magisterium of Pope Francis. If he has a teaching of the deposit of faith that contradicts the deposit of faith, then that’s not acceptable.”

@Pontifex Much of this video (, is spoiled by exaggeration and hyperbole, but one thing is clearly true: “Leaders lacking supernatural faith can never aid the Church; they are, in fact, the sure route to its demise, as we can see all around us, even now.”

@Pontifex The pope said: “Those who fully pledge themselves to the Kingdom are those who are willing to stake everything.” ( Well, ALMOST everything. They have to be ready to follow this pope in denying much of the Gospel and tradiitonal Church teaching.

@Pontifex “For Bergoglio and his entourage sodomy is not a sin that cries out for vengeance Bergoglio’s words confirm that legitimization of homosexuality is currently underway; prelates are unfaithful to Catholic teaching.” – Archbishop Viganò


Letter to Roland Fischer:

Lieber Roland,

zunächst muss ich sagen, dass ich im amerikanischen Internet über diese neue Richtlinie des Vatikans über Pfarreien gelesen habe. Ich habe auch gelesen, dass sich viele deutsche Bischöfe beschweren, weil diese Richtlinie den “Klerikalismus” zu stärken scheinen. Diese Bischöfe auch behaupten, dass die Laien eine wichtigere Rolle in der Kirche und in jeder Gemeinde spielen sollen. (Und wo kann man diese Idee im Evangelium finden?)

Die Gedanken von P. Wolfgang zu diesem Thema überraschen mich nicht, obwohl ich sagen muss, dass ich kein einziges Wort der Predigten in St. Andreas hören und verstehen kann. (Und das auch stört mich nicht, denn viele Dominikaner sind wie die Jesuiten: Sie haben anscheinend ihre eigene Religion. Aber solange ihre heiligen Messen und die Eucharistie gültig sind, werde ich weiterhin in St. Andreas zur Messe gehen.)

Über 200.000 Menschen verließen 2019 die katholische Kirche in Deutschland ( und dies wird so lange so weitergehen, wie die Bischöfe hier ihrem “synodalen Weg” folgen. (Gleichzeitig gibt es nur sehr wenige jüngere Menschen, die in der Kirche aktiv sind.)

Ich denke, es wird eine Zeit kommen – es könnte eine Generation dauern – wo wir traditionellen Katholiken die einzigen Katholiken in der Kirche sein werden. Also, was auch immer P. Wolfgang oder der Rest der Dominikaner und Jesuiten denken, ist für mich von geringer Bedeutung.

Deine Nachricht enthält einige Dinge, die ich nicht verstanden habe. Ist “Schafft die Kirche sich selbst ab?” ein Artikel, den P. Wolfgang schrieb? Ich konnte diesen Artikel nirgendwo finden. Ich bin auf die Website von “Geistliche Impuls” gegangen, aber ich konnte ihn nicht finden. Haben Sie einen Link zum Artikel (wenn es sich um einen Artikel handelt)?

Lasst uns füreinander beten.

In Christo Rege



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