Quote for the day from Pope St. Pius X

Pope St. Pius X already foresaw the One World Church of Apostasy (see his quote below). Now some in the hierarchy today, through the Masonic ecumenism of the Second Vatican Council, appear to be working towards it’s ultimate fulfillment.


“And now, overwhelmed with the deepest sadness, We ask Ourselves, Venerable Brethren, what has become of the Catholicism of the Sillon? Alas! this organization which formerly afforded such promising expectations, this limpid and impetuous stream, has been harnessed in its course by the modern enemies of the Church, and is now no more than a miserable affluent of the great movement of apostasy being organized in every country for the establishment of a One-World Church which shall have neither dogmas, nor hierarchy, neither discipline for the mind, nor curb for the passions, and which, under the pretext of freedom and human dignity, would bring back to the world (if such a Church could overcome) the reign of legalized cunning and force, and the oppression of the weak, and of all those who toil and suffer.
We know only too well the dark workshops in which are elaborated these mischievous doctrines which ought not to seduce clear-thinking minds.”
-Pope St Pius X in Notre Charge Apostolique

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21 Responses to Quote for the day from Pope St. Pius X

  1. An acquaintance commented in an e-mail:

    “Pope Pius X certainly got this part right, because it’s almost what we have now: a ‘Church which shall have neither dogmas, nor hierarchy, neither discipline for the mind, nor curb for the passions, and which, under the pretext of freedom and human dignity, would bring back to the world (if such a Church could overcome) the reign of legalized cunning and force, and the oppression of the weak, and of all those who toil and suffer.’

    “And the ‘dark workshops’? They’re busier than ever, producing ‘mischievous doctrines,’ and doing it from inside the Vatican itself, from inside the mind of Jorge Bergoglio, pope (or whatever he is).”

  2. “the Masonic ecumenism of the Second Vatican Council” I would not allow anyone spouting nonsense like this on to a genuinely Catholic website.

  3. ginnyfree says:

    I agree, Hugh. It does seem a little blasphemous to discredit the Second Vatican Council as such. Oh well. Some folks really think genuine Catholicism is a thing of the past for the most part and only remains in the places they are. Blind leading the blind, and both fall into a ditch I think is one way it gets described scripturally. God bless. Ginnyfree.

  4. ginnyfree says:

    P.S. Understanding what he meant by “the Catholicism of Sillon” is key. He is talking about a particular group of persons who perverted their own Catholicism and had a definite political agenda. Here is some good information about them: http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2010/07/centennial-notre-charge-apostolique-i.html

    God bless. Ginnyfree.

  5. Gertrude says:

    I’m not sure if the Catholicism of Sillone is being confused with Masonry, but it did in fact have the approval of St. Pius X as it was intended as “circles of Catholic education”, where young priests could discuss religion and society. The intention was to create a less hierarchical atmosphere in the church, in which ideas emerged from ordinary priests and laity. The organisation was extremely popular and boasted about half a million members, mainly in France, and had the support of Pope Pius X and the French episcopate.
    Of course as it it emphasised the authority of ordinary Christians within the Church rather than the Pope and the hierarchy (much like Pope Francis intentions) it was subsequently condemned in the early 20th Century by Apostolic Mandate.
    I suppose it could be construed as an earlier version of ACTA – proving that there is nothing new under the sun!

  6. Robert says:

    Thank you for this article.
    The Lateran Treaty was 1929.
    From 1870 until 1929 the Popes considered themselves Prisoners in the Vatican! That is from Pius IX to Pius XI, St Pius X was a Prisoner of the Vatican. The significance of France is the protection of the Rome and Pius IX under Napoleon III (La Salette [Napoleon is mentioned]). The loss of the papal states (which existed from 8th to 19th ) is simply the rejection of Jerusalem (Rome) and replacing with Babel.
    Augustine City Of God gives you the two temporal Cities Jerusalem (Rome) and Babel.
    Cardinal Ratzinger (then) said that the third secret of Fatima was in the Apocalypse. The denial of the two keys (temporal and spiritual) and the creation of a Constitutional Papacy (figure head with no authority) the Triple crown was handed to UN.
    1960’s created a new generation with its human freedoms (human rights) these rights are above and in fact denying Gods rights. This turns the Natural laws (10 commandments) on their head and places Man above God.
    It is against this background that we should see The Immaculate Conception, The Assumption (Marian Age) since the woman crushes the serpents Head. Fatima however has the Triumph of the Immaculate and the Faith (that is the two keys temporal and spiritual Authority).
    There is little doubt that Heaven has tried to warn this world of the need for prayer and penance! It seems that the folly of the Israelites 2000 years ago is being repeated in an Apostate West.
    Babel and Sodom are names with express meanings if Man rejects Jerusalem (City of God) he is and has embraced Babel. The One world Global State and Religion is Greater Babel. I remind that there are only some 250 ish Global Groups that own and run this world (source New Scientist).

  7. chippino says:

    Regarding some of comments here I truly find myself at my wits end regarding my faith. I’m very familiar with the whole v2 trads sedes novus ordo situation. Right now I feel so confused all I want is to practice th RC faith the right way but with all these different ways it’s proving very hard indeed. Sometimes I envy people at my parish most if not all are unaware of these problems & they just get on with it & they seem so happy. All I see online is disagreements this way is right this way isn’t. Maybe it’s best to take a break from all this online stuff & just get on with practising my faith the way I used to.

  8. toadspittle says:

    “There is little doubt that Heaven has tried to warn this world of the need for prayer and penance!”
    Heaven has “tried”? – Surely heaven can accomplish whatever it wants?
    Why make warnings a guessing game?

  9. kathleen says:

    Hugh McLoughlin @ 10:29 yesterday

    We apologise if you see this CP&S comment as an attack on the Second Vatican Council; it was most certainly not intended to be.

    Whereas the documents of V2 are (with the exception of a handful of dubious sentences and a dollop of ambiguity spread over other passages) wholly in line with timeless Catholic doctrine and teaching, it is common knowledge that the aftermath of the Council heralded in a hurricane of dissent and abuse from the ‘enemies within’ who used the upheaval to spread what Pope Paul VI referred to as “the smoke of Satan” among the members of the Church!

    Were these Masons infiltrated into the Church, who were working for a ‘one world religion’? Communist elements, as Bella Dodd revealed* (see link below) in their hate-filled attempt to corrupt the Church’s clergy? Or no more than the “spirit of the world” that has battled against the Holy Church of Christ from Her very beginnings?

    Opinions vary, but no one can deny that the Devil has had a very free rein to work his evil deeds in the Church during the last century (and in particular during its second half). This is exactly as Pope Leo XIII saw the future so clearly in his famous vision… before composing the prayer to St. Michael to beg angelic protection for the Bride of Christ.

    Pope St. Pius X, Leo VIII’s successor to the Papacy, had a prophetic knowledge and understanding of the threats facing the Church in the years ahead of him. His wise and inspired encyclicals and letters are written in light of this – all in his desperate struggle to forewarn and prepare the Church for the coming satanical onslaught.

    * https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bella_Dodd

  10. kathleen says:

    That was an interesting and informative article you linked to, Ginny, thank you. It explains very well how the supposed good intentions the Sillon movement started off with – and hence the backing given to it by Pope Pius X and the bishops at its initiation – deteriorated fast once it refused to place their first loyalty as “avant tout catholique”, faithful to the whole of Catholic teaching on faith and morals. Talking about those early days, Pius X stated in 1905:

    “This was the heyday of the Sillon; its brighter side accounts for the encouragement, and tokens of approval, which the bishops and the Holy See gave liberally when this religious fervor was still obscuring the true nature of the Sillonist movement.”

    In other words, it looks as if even by 1905, this wise Pope understood now its “true nature”, and could foresee the Masonic elements at work therein to undermine the original noble plans and the “raison d’être” of the movement, with an attempt to open the doors to welcome into the Church the evils of Modernism.

  11. kathleen says:

    Chippino @ 4:19

    I know exactly how you feel! Often I think I would like to bury my head in the sand like an ostrich, to avoid the ongoing stress and worry in having to constantly battle against so many attacks, problems and betrayals assailing the One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church. 😉 (And starting off the battle weighed down with my own faults, weaknesses and very evident limitations.)

    But we can’t do that, can we? No Catholic who truly loves the Church and her mission to lead all souls to Christ, can run away from defending Her at all times and in all places against her enemies…. or those who are simply ignorant of her true teachings!

    Alone we can do nothing, but armed with the love of God, the Truth (in traditional Catholic teaching), and the Sacraments… then together we can help keep the Barque of Peter afloat on the raging waves of the evils She is confronting in these times.

  12. ginnyfree says:

    Kathleen, I’m of a mind that the Pope actually meant the Sillon community and not the Masonic Temple. If he’d meant the Masonic Temple, he’d have said so. One community is not the same as the other. They are two very different organizations. If you are inferring that the Sillons were somehow responsible for infiltration of the Church by Masons, you’ll need solid proof to back it up. Otherwise it is simply conspiratorial speculations about things you cannot prove beyond a shadow of a doubt. I am in agreement that the Church has many enemies an until the last day they will be actively working to put us outta business. But guess what? So far they’ve failed for 2,000 years and so I expect they will continue to fail in their endeavors. Is that a little too detached for you? Oh well. I refuse hysterics over past events while there is real suffering among my brothers and sisters in Christ in Iraq, Syria, Libya, Egypt, Sudan, etc. to pray about. I keep the real crisis in the Church in mind and in my prayers every day. There is plenty we can do to keep our enemies stymied each day BTW: teach the truth and catechise those around you. Pray with folks and get involved at you parish. That is enough to make a true difference. Kathleen, you cannot change the past. But you can change you. Live a holy life and those around you will be bettered. That is the real challenge in discipleship. God bless. Ginnyfree.

  13. kathleen says:

    Ginny @ 13:37

    Please calm down, Ginny; my tone to you was neither aggressive nor argumentative, so why the bellicose tone of your response?

    Don’t be too eager to jump on your high horse, pointing out splinters in eyes all around you (or perhaps they are, in truth, a lot bigger than “splinters”), whilst failing to see the beam in your own!
    I know very well I have plenty of faults and must “change” myself first and foremost; and it is necessary that we are all aware that we are tainted by Original Sin. So please desist from your ‘holier than thou’ tone.

    We have no solid proof of a Masonic influence in the Sillon movement (Gertrude has also pointed this out in her comment above), but the Masons would have seen it as an ideal instrument with which to undermine Church teaching and plant their anti-Catholic mindset. Therefore it is logical to believe they would have infiltrated the movement in the same way they have steadily tried to infiltrate every body of the Church – even the Holy Priesthood.

    Pope St. Pius X was well aware of the dangers of Free Masonry – Modernism being the analogous term he often used to describe their methods and warn of their dangerous designs. We would do well to take heed of all his prophetic writings, this address in the quote above, being only one of hundreds he gave throughout his holy Papacy.

  14. ginnyfree says:

    Kathleen, it is well noted not just by me, but by others as well, that you rarely respond to anything I write here with kindness. Rather, you usually contradict me and resort to insults in an attempt to rouse an ire I really don’t have. You’ve never angered me actually. I simply state what I feel is appropriate and others take it any way they like. “Holier than thou,” is the theme song for most Traditionalist diatribes if you ask me. It plays in the background while they hammer away at the Novus Ordo and the Second Vatican Council ad nauseum blaming one for the other and acting as if the smoke of Satan is the incense of both. No, blasphemy is not my favorite subject, but when some speak of that which is holy as if it is a topic to be judged by them in their assumed superiority, I wonder if they’ve ever even bothered to look up the definition of blasphemy: to treat persons, places and things with contempt that are worthy of veneration and might tame themselves if they discovered that they may indeed be blaspheming the works of the Holy Spirit in our days. Could be. It that the splinter in my eye you’re referring to? God bless. Ginnyfree.

  15. kathleen says:

    “you rarely respond to anything I write here with kindness.”

    No? How about you re-read my friendly, meek comment to you at 10:26 this morning…. And this after you had already insinuated some nasty things about us on CP&S at 11:27 the day before!

    Ginny, your latest diatribe is a fine example of ‘biting off your nose to spite your face’. IOW, your own words condemn you, as anyone can see. Have you never been told before that you suffer from a persecution complex?

    We, who love the Church and want to defend Her from worldliness, error and lukewarmness, are not your enemies. Instead of constantly contradicting and attacking me, and/or my Team-mates and other traditionally-minded commenters, look instead to those who are truly our “enemies”, out to destroy the Church from the inside.

    Because, Ginny, “a house divided…..Etc.” God bless. Kathleen.

  16. mmvc says:

    ‘it is well noted not just by me, but by others as well’

    Really, Ginny?

    What is striking here is not Kathleen’s lack of kindness (I can’t repeat this to you often enough: her patience and kindness in dealing with provocative commenters, trolls etc on the blog is nothing short of admirable!) but the condescending and uppity tone you all too often adopt in your replies to her.

    ‘“Holier than thou,” is the theme song for most Traditionalist diatribes if you ask me..’

    No one is asking you, so please quit your unpleasant attacks on Traditionalists. Our precious Faith is founded on Sacred Tradition. To be Catholic is to be traditionalist. End of.

  17. johnhenrycn says:

    Well, that’s sorted 🙂

  18. Robert says:

    “Why make warnings a guessing game?”
    What does public revelation Say?
    Matthew 12:39
    Who answering said to them: An evil and adulterous generation seeketh a sign: and a sign shall not be given it, but the sign of Jonas the prophet.
    Luke 11:32
    The men of Ninive shall rise in the judgment with this generation, and shall condemn it; because they did penance at the preaching of Jonas; and behold more than Jonas here.

    Jonas was sent to warn Ninive who had the good sense to do Penance and they listened to God’s Prophets. This generation has chosen the Ape for its parent (beastility). Human Rights before God’s Rights.
    Will a sign be given? Or the sign of Jonas?

  19. toadspittle says:

    All right Rotber,
    1: Why does Heaven “try” to warn, instead of just outright warning us?
    2: How can God get “offended,” and “sad,” when His “plans” are ignored?
    3: Why should He get “angry” at our sinning, when He has known from eternity that was what we were predestined to do? (We know we were predestined to sin, because we can see that’s what we’ve all done – right from the get-go.)
    He seems to be surprised at our behaviour, but He can’t be, can He? Because He knows everything.
    Why does Mary turn up every so often to warn of us about what will happen “if,” when she knows perfectly well what’s going to happen (or she should, she’s only got to ask)?
    … In fact, why… Oh, never mind.

  20. Robert says:

    Toad thank you because its far better to bring these matters out rather than leave them to fester.
    St Augustine deals with so called Predestination I say so called because Man has Free Will The problem is of perception and assumption. Fallen human reasoning.
    Heaven always forewarns through Prophets/seers.
    This pattern is repeated again and again. Prophets ignored and the logical consequences of human actions and reasoning.
    Let me give you other Cases.
    1/ Rwanda and the plethora of visionaries 1981 to 1989, Some of whom were killed during that dreadful War.
    2/ Maid of Kent “Elizabeth Barton” who personally passed heavens messages to Henry VIII before the Reformation. She was executed without a Trial.
    3/ The Magi and the massacre of the innocents.
    4/ Our Lady of Quito “..at the end of the 19th Century and especially in the 20th Century that Satan would reign almost completely by the means of the Masonic sect…”
    Fatima 20th century ties in with that Prophecy.and fortold World War II
    5/ Israel was warned by St John Baptist and what happened? The Destruction of Jerusalem.
    Now Ninive, France and Cure D’Ars
    “..During the 41 years of St. John Vianney’s ministry at Ars, France, no damage was ever done by storms. ..”
    Heaven warns and Man Ignores. But Ninive listened and did Penance!
    Remember this lesson because we now live in a world that denies its Creator!

  21. Robert says:

    Our Lord said, and its True, I know my sheep, my sheep know me!
    If we then listen to a Prophets warning (sic Fatima 1960 and Masonic Curia) what then are we going to do? What response will We make?
    It isn’t just enough to agree We/I have to change Our Lives. Do and Persevere with Heavens request for Prayer and Penance. The Rosary the Scapular Eucharist vigils etc. etc..
    Pope St Pius X quoted here couldn’t be more specific.
    The question is what is Our response to Prophecy? Ninive Or Israel? Our Father is a prayer to Our Creator.

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