Bishop Fellay Repeats False Message from our Lady
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I think this belief that Rome will be the seat of the Antichrist does much destruction to the traditionalist movement. I think it creates a vision which naturally sees Rome as an enemy, or preparing to be an enemy, instead of the place where we receive solutions and reconciliation. I find Fellay's statements troubling, and I think this perspective is an impediment in his position to reconciliation.

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http://www.unitypublishing.com/prophecy/...alette.htm


Bishop Fellay, Nov 11, 2012 Wrote:"And we know very well that THE solution will come from the Good Lord and we can even say THROUGH the Blessed Virgin. We can say this, it is something quite obvious in our times, indicated by these beautiful, magnificent apparitions, Our Lady of La Salette, Our Lady of Fatima, which herald this painful, terrible era. Rome will become the seat of the Antichrist, Rome will lose the faith... that is what was said at La Salette. The Church will be eclipsed. These are not trivial sayings. One truly has the impression that this is what we are experiencing now."

http://www.sspx.org/superior_generals_ne...1-2012.htm

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#2
Correct,
That particular part of the "message" was never given Church aprobation.
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#3
Good for Fellay.

The predictions of La Salette can be believed or not, it is up to you.  But let's get something clear.  From articles I have read, everyone agrees that the false pope who seats himself in Rome will be an obvious false pope.  And it happens after the actual Pope is killed, during a time of war.  And after the anti-christ is revealed.  So for faithful Catholics, it will not be a guessing game, it will be obvious.   Fellay is not saying that current Rome is the seat of anti-christ and that the Pope is a false Pope.  That is clear by his actions, he is dealing with him and trying to get regularized.

As far as La Salette, considering the age that they were written, they are stunning in their predictions.

Quote: "Priests, my Son's ministers, priests, by their evil life, by their irreverences and their impiety in celebrating the holy mysteries, love of money, love of honor and pleasures, priests have become sewers of impurity. Yes, priests call forth vengeance, and vengeance is suspended over their heads. Woe to priests, and to persons consecrated to God, who by their infidelities and their evil life are crucifying my son anew!
  No comment.

Quote: "Bad books will abound over the earth, and the spirits of darkness will everywhere spread universal relaxation in everything concerning God's service: they will have very great power over nature; there will be churches to serve these spirits. People will be transported form one place to another by these evil spirits, and even priests, because they will not have lived by the good spirit of the gospel, which is a spirit of humility, charity and zeal for the glory of God. The dead and the just will be made to rise."
  The rise of satanism is well recognized, and RCF has uncovered satanic covens among priests which includes homosexual molestation.

Quote:  "Tremble, earth, and you who profess to serve Jesus Christ, while interiorly you adore yourselves, tremble; for God will hand you over to His enemy, because the holy places are in a state of corruption; many convents are no longer houses of God, but pastures for Asmodeus and his own.
  How many convents are now covens of occult worship?

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Quote: "The Church will be eclipsed, the world will be in consternation.
Consider, 50 years ago non-Catholics walked on egg shells around the Church.  She even had control over the movies.  Today, the government is actually in a dispute with the Church by forcing medical plans it uses to cover abortion and contraception.  Again, prophetic.  The Church today, for all intents and purposes, is dead.  It has no impact in opposition, and is only listened to when it confirms the teachings of the world, like the one world government, with teeth.  Prophetic.
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#4
As you all know I'm known as a Fatimaista, sometimes derisively, but this goes to far. I'm reminded of an E. Michael Jones' piece were he cited St. Augustine saying and I paraphrase Schism is Never about Dogma, it's Always about lack of charity. This is evidence of that. If it's the seat who is the Antichrist ? Hmm?

tim
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(11-15-2012, 12:22 PM)Scriptorium Wrote: I think this belief that Rome will be the seat of the Antichrist does much destruction to the traditionalist movement. I think it creates a vision which naturally sees Rome as an enemy, or preparing to be an enemy, instead of the place where we receive solutions and reconciliation. I find Fellay's statements troubling, and I think this perspective is an impediment in his position to reconciliation.

More info:
http://www.unitypublishing.com/prophecy/...alette.htm


Bishop Fellay, Nov 11, 2012 Wrote:"And we know very well that THE solution will come from the Good Lord and we can even say THROUGH the Blessed Virgin. We can say this, it is something quite obvious in our times, indicated by these beautiful, magnificent apparitions, Our Lady of La Salette, Our Lady of Fatima, which herald this painful, terrible era. Rome will become the seat of the Antichrist, Rome will lose the faith... that is what was said at La Salette. The Church will be eclipsed. These are not trivial sayings. One truly has the impression that this is what we are experiencing now."

http://www.sspx.org/superior_generals_ne...1-2012.htm

I agree that the statements by Bp. Fellay create a vision of seeing Rome as the enemy. Why else would he mention that supposed saying from La Sallette about Rome becoming the seat of the anti-Christ. I think it's reprehensible that Bp. Fellay would say such a thing. He always seems to blame Rome when when things don't work out. It's a very immature and childish way to deal with the situation. Always blaming others. It never ends.
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Quote: He always seems to blame Rome when when things don't work out.
Are you saying Rome deserves no blame for these last 50 years??
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(11-15-2012, 01:28 PM)James02 Wrote:
Quote: He always seems to blame Rome when when things don't work out.
Are you saying Rome deserves no blame for these last 50 years??

No.

But Bishop Fellay is a dork. There. I said it.

No, worse than a dork.
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#8
LOL
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#9
He's a man of high intelligence and his sermons have a refreshing clarity compared to what comes out of Rome.

Where as, let us look at Rome.  In a year, Catholics will have to decide whether to go without a medical plan, or pay for abortions and contraception.  What did Rome do?

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Quote: I think it creates a vision which naturally sees Rome as an enemy, or preparing to be an enemy, instead of the place where we receive solutions and reconciliation.
Solutions to problems Rome caused, and is causing?
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