Antipope Bergoglio, apostate, head of the Antichurch, criminal usurper of the Petrine See, enemy of Jesus Christ and His Holy Church, ravager of the Bride of Christ, standing alone in front of St. Peter’s Basilica, before a completely empty and desolate St Peter’s Square, the Church in total eclipse as Antipope Bergoglio in cooperation with the Freemasonic NewWorldOrder has overseen the TOTALLY VOLUNTARY AND UNNECESSARY SUPPRESSION OF THE PUBLIC PRACTICE OF THE CATHOLIC FAITH – Mass, Confession, Baptism, Anointing of the Sick, Matrimony and certainly Ordination to come as Ordination season arrives this summer – all built on the calculated lie of a “pandemic” which is actually just a chest cold. One can’t help but be reminded of Proverbs 28: 1 (and True Grit):
The wicked man fleeth, when no man pursueth: but the just, bold as a lion, shall be without dread.
-Proverbs 28: 1
Has it occurred to anyone that THIS is the Abomination of Desolation?
From the Catholic Encyclopedia:
The expression itself is confessedly obscure. To determine its meaning, interpreters have naturally betaken themselves to the original Hebrew of the book of Daniel; for our first Evangelist distinctly says that “the abomination of desolation” he has in view “was spoken of by Daniel the prophet”; and further, the expression he makes use of, in common with St. Mark, is simply the Greek phrase whereby the Septuagint translators rendered literally the Hebrew words shíqqûç shômem found in Daniel 12:11; 9:27; 11:31.
Unfortunately, despite all their efforts to explain these Hebrew terms, Biblical scholars are still at variance about their precise meaning. While most commentators regard the first “shíqqûç”, usually rendered by “abomination”, as designating anything (statue, altar, etc.) that pertains to idolatrous worship, others take it to be a contemptuous designation of a heathen god or idol.
Again, while most commentators render the second “shômem” by the abstract word “desolation”, others treat it as a concrete form referring to a person, “a ravager”, or even as a participial known meaning “that maketh desolate”.
I took and commended every one of you who love and miss Our Lord in the Most Holy Eucharist and wanted to be with Him today to Mass, Adoration and Benediction this morning. Be assured that I will continue to do so every day unless I am somehow physically prevented.
Pray for Pope Benedict XVI, the one and only living Pope whether he likes it or not, the Papacy, and Holy Mother Church.