The Schism is already upon us

There is a huge swath of conservative Catholics who follow the schismatic papal accusers wherever they lead. They have extreme distrust for the Popes, and extreme trust in the conservative Catholic subculture and their own understanding. They are already in schism. A vast number have already rejected submission to Pope Francis and the Magisterium itself. They accept only certain conservative leaders whom they idolize — as in literal idolatry. And their idols are in a state of formal heresy and formal schism. Some are apostates who claim that the Church has been infiltrated by Satan. All these persons are already automatically excommunicated.

All that remains is a lynchpin event to cause it all to fall apart, to cause these unfaithful posers to stop attending Catholic Mass — as they have not been Catholic for many years now. All that remains is an event that will cause them to walk away, accusing the Pope and the body of Bishops with him, falsely, of apostasy.

What will that event be? Perhaps the approval for women deacons at the Amazonian Synod. They might go straight to ordained women deacons. Or they might approve of non-ordained women deacons first, install them throughout the world, and next ordain them. It is an open question as to whether women can be ordained deacons; they cannot be priests. Having women deacons in the parishes is perhaps the only thing that would cause these heretics and schismatics who contemn the Pope to leave. And they should leave.

If you reject the dogmas of: the indefectibility of the Church, the Pope, and the body of Bishops; Papal immunity from error; and the never failing faith of the Pope, why are you still going to Mass? Why are you here in the Catholic Church? You cannot claim to be among the most faithful and holy of Catholics while treating the Vicar of Christ with contempt, malice, disregard, opposition, and insults. Go away. If you don’t think that the Roman Pontiff is indefectible, then you don’t think that the Church is indefectible, then you have rejected the teaching of Christ:

{16:16} Simon Peter responded by saying, “You are the Christ, the Son of the living God.”
{16:17} And in response, Jesus said to him: “Blessed are you, Simon son of Jonah. For flesh and blood has not revealed this to you, but my Father, who is in heaven.
{16:18} And I say to you, that you are Peter, and upon this rock I will build my Church, and the gates of Hell shall not prevail against it.
{16:19} And I will give you the keys of the kingdom of heaven. And whatever you shall bind on earth shall be bound, even in heaven. And whatever you shall release on earth shall be released, even in heaven.”

And if so, you are among the disciples who no longer walk with Christ:

[John]
{6:61} Therefore, many of his disciples, upon hearing this, said: “This saying is difficult,” and, “Who is able to listen to it?”
{6:62} But Jesus, knowing within himself that his disciples were murmuring about this, said to them: “Does this offend you?
{6:63} Then what if you were to see the Son of man ascending to where he was before?
{6:64} It is the Spirit who gives life. The flesh does not offer anything of benefit. The words that I have spoken to you are spirit and life.
{6:65} But there are some among you who do not believe.” For Jesus knew from the beginning who were unbelieving and which one would betray him.
{6:66} And so he said, “For this reason, I said to you that no one is able to come to me, unless it has been given to him by my Father.”
{6:67} After this, many of his disciples went back, and they no longer walked with him.
{6:68} Therefore, Jesus said to the twelve, “Do you also want to go away?”
{6:69} Then Simon Peter answered him: “Lord, to whom would we go? You have the words of eternal life.
{6:70} And we have believed, and we recognize that you are the Christ, the Son of God.”
{6:71} Jesus answered them: “Have I not chosen you twelve? And yet one among you is a devil.”
{6:72} Now he was speaking about Judas Iscariot, the son of Simon. For this one, even though he was one of the twelve, was about to betray him.

Ronald L. Conte Jr.

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7 Responses to The Schism is already upon us

  1. Alex says:

    Fully agree with you, Ron!

    I had the experience of both personal, and in forums, encounter with these people. A word against the schismatic cardinals Sarah or Burke would make them crucify you. At the same time, they say unbelievable words against the Holy Father, and when you object, it is you who are called non-catholic or whatever. Even if the pope is not a saint, still what they accuse him doesn’t have any base in reality (and I believe he will be canonized at one point for his courage to change, as great reformer popes were canonized in the past).

    The irony is, those schismatics believe that they are the remnant church, that they fulfill all apparitions etc. In fact, Our Lady spoke in favor of the popes so much in Medjugorje, Fatima and elsewhere in authentic apparitions (not in fake apparitions produced either by the devil or by his servants). As Jakov of Medjugorje said, there are people in the Church who will run away from the Great sign. Because the encounter with the Divine reality will be catastrophic for them, as another seer said. Because the reality of God is Love, and those people simply do not love. Neither within their families, something that I personally experienced, nor in the Church. They love only their fanaticism and self-proclaimed righteousness. Jesus has very strong words for the hypocrite pharisees.

    What would be the event that will make them formally separate? The female deacons could very well be that event. A resignation of the pope could be too, because they would never get majority for their candidate. Or an event like what we witness to happen with the Climate change action, if something decisive would be done, supported by pope Francis, that will hurt them financially (yes, they are not that saintly, and some of them are rich and well within the system). Unfortunately, seems at the moment the society is not ready for decisive measures, despite all talks. So maybe yes, the female deacons could be that moment. The sooner the better. I hate to be called anymore “you abandoned God” by people who actually themselves betrayed and crucified Our Lord in their lives and in their neighbors. Let at least we know where they stand as heretics and schismatics.

  2. Alex says:

    And because the schism is already a fact, as pope Francis warned of it, I’d wish the holy Father be as bold as humanly possible on the Amazon synod. Let he find strength to propose further changes that he wanted to start from the beginning of his pontificate. If needed, personal changes (why should such critics as cardinals Sarah and Burke still hold positions, for example), but far not only personal changes. Why not for example to take back millions of property and money that some bishops abuse? Why not to increase the number of cardinals to 200 so the newly appointed ones will guarantee the reform will not stop after him?

    He has many inspiring homilies on acute problems in society, that remained without action due to the inertia in the Church (and actively sabotaged by those schismatics). As today there is a great energy in the civil society for a bigger and wider change, from industry to the way of life, let the Holy Father use the momentum for that! It may not return again. If the people (both in Church and in society) see the things simply do not change, they usually get tired at one point. As it happened after the fall of the Berlin Wall, several years later the people were totally exhausted from the process…

    I pray for the Holy Father to do the reform exactly as the Holy Spirit inspires him to do, and without any further delay! Without counting anymore what would those schismatics say or do, because they anyway already declared themselves as a separate entity not in communion with Peter.

  3. dom64verona88chrysostomos says:

    O, mes très chers amis,
    Dieu aura toujours le dernier mot!
    Quelle que soit la gravité de la situation, en n’importe quel sujet, le désespoir est une sottise absolue!

    Très humblement vôtre,

    Le pauvre pécheur que je sais être. Restons surtout bien unis!

  4. dom64verona88chrysostomos says:

    Addendum: “Sanguis martyrum, semen christianorum!”

    • Alex says:

      I hope you don’t think that the schismatics are martyrs who would bring forth more Christianity. It is just the other way around. As the early centuries fathers said, even the blood of the martyrs can’t repair the harm done by the schismatics.

  5. King Robert the Bruce says:

    Ron do you think that the 40th year of the apparitions of medjugorgie in june 2021 will be significant I read a blog by a priest who thinks things will begin to happen then. also the behaviour of Iran is very alarming they are spoiling for a fight there is no doubt about it things seem to be moving now unfortunately.

    • Ron Conte says:

      No, I don’t believe milestones like that are significant. The 100th anniversary of Fatima has passed by without an event. I think the secrets begin in 2022.

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