A Black Mass in the Vatican at the time of Vatican II?

From Crisis, ever more valuable.

Fetid Fruits of the Black Mass
THOM NICKELS

The writer refers to various diabolical phenomena, including that which requires exorcism and the so-called Black Mass.  I wrote on this HERE.

As if he were reading the pages of this blog, he recounts in bare bones the introductory section of the late Malachi Martin’s Windswept House in which agents of the Enemy – at the time of the Second Vatican Council – turn the Church over to Satan through rituals simultaneously performed in the Pauline Chapel in the Apostolic Palace and in a place in North Carolina.

The Carolina connection, by they way, leads us back to Card. Bernardin and a whole swarm of powerful US Church figures.

It is hard to substantiate such a claim, but it sure explains a lot.

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9 Responses to A Black Mass in the Vatican at the time of Vatican II?

  1. JonathanTX says:

    Malachi Martin has been getting a lot of attention lately along traditional catholics. But what exactly was the status of Malachi Martin? Was he kicked out of the Jesuits? Left the Jesuits on his own? Laicized? I never see him in clerics in videos, but in civvies instead. That and his claims that the new mass is actually invalid lead me to be very suspicious of what he says. If he was a fraud, then he is leading many well meaning traditional catholics astray. And his allegations are so serious, that I think it’s irresponsible to promote them without serious verifiable documentation.

  2. Geoffrey says:

    Have any exorcists spoke publicly about this “legend”? I am thinking of such well-known exorcists such as the late Fr. Gabriele Amorth, Fr. Chad Ripperger, etc.

  3. William says:

    Father, have you ever written on that building known as the Pope Paul VI Audience Hall? The one that looks like the head of a snake, and where the addresses would be delivered between two “fangs” in front of a distorted image of Christ.

    Is this a diabolical image, evidence of the insanity of the times, or simply a product of a fish-eye lens and active imaginations of internet bloggers?

    I’ve never seen it in person, but what I have seen online always leaves me feeling uneasy and unsettled.

  4. etsiamsiomnesegonon says:

    I’m not going to make this long but I used to pass through the Pauline Chapel to get to the elevator that takes you in St.Peter’s Basilica (you will find yourself in between the St. Sebastian’s chapel and the chapel of the Pietà. Never liked it (except for the ”affreschi”. The nick name for the place was “the lounge bar”…but I digress.
    What fr. Malachi wrote, was told to me 31 years a go by an Agustinian father that was in Vatican already in the last leg of Piux II’ s pontificate. I don’t have any reason to doubt his word.
    God bless His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI for making it beautiful again and “purified and made holy” again the chapel.

  5. Henry Edwards says:

    ” . . . rituals simultaneously performed in the Pauline Chapel in the Apostolic Palace and in a place in North Carolina.”

    In the book Windswept House, the alleged U.S. Satanic ritual–mirroring the one in the Vatican’s Pauline Chapel–was performed in South Carolina, where in 1963 Fr. Joseph Bernardin was resident in the Diocese of Charleston, until 1966 when he was brought to Atlanta as auxiliary bishop to Archbishop Paul Hallinan, the former Bishop of Charleston who then was the U.S. member of Msgr. Annibale Bugnini’s Consilium and played a key role in the first English translation of the Missale Romanum.

  6. Laurelmarycecilia says:

    That is not impossible; it’s only incredible (G K Chesterton “Incredulity of Father Brown”)
    as you said, Fr. Z, sure ‘splains a lot

  7. veritas vincit says:

    ” If [Malachi Martin] was a fraud, then he is leading many well meaning traditional catholics astray. And his allegations are so serious, that I think it’s irresponsible to promote them without serious verifiable documentation.”

    I have to agree with JonathonTX on this.

    Not that I’m not at least somewhat tempted to believe these claims, not after the McCarrick revelations and all the related scandals that have come to light in the last year. But Satanism within the Church is still a level above sexual sins. In military terms, cowardice is one thing, and bad enough. But treason is much worse. For an ordained priest, Satanism is treason.

  8. Danteewoo says:

    I have believed Fr. Martin’ tales, ever since I caught him in an outrageous truth years ago. In one of his books, he says that the father of Pope Pius X was a Polish immigrant to Italy. Sounds unbelievable, and I don’t think you will find that detail in any biographies of the saint. A friend visited San Antonio years ago and returned with a glossy magazine put out by the Polish-American community of South Texas when John Paul II visited about twenty five years ago (the oldest Polish community in the USA — who would have thought?) In the magazine was a full page welcome to the Pope by a Father Krawiec, in honor of several people, including a distant relative of his, Pope St. Pius X. “Krawiec” means “tailor” in Polish; “sarto” means “tailor” in Italian. The Poles of South Texas knew that Pius X was Polish on his father’s side. So I trust the seemingly unbelievable claims of Fr. Malachi Martin.

  9. dbonneville says:

    To be accurate he said it was difficult in a certain sense to say a valid NO and easy to say an invalid one. He said it was incumbent on the priest to make it valid through something like mental reservations if I recall correctly.

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