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Saturday, 21 May 2016

The Priest in your parish is a heretical Impostor: Why the Novus Ordo rite of Ordination is INVALID!


Those who are aware of the eclipsing of the Catholic Church from catholic buildings world wide out to know that some 90% of those who claim to be catholic priest or bishops were ordained using a faulty Ordination rite.

This fact means that ALL those who submit today to Francis calling him “pope” are heretical impostors for two reasons. First the majority of them were ordained with faulty ordination rite making them non-priests, the few remaining ones who were properly ordained have lot their priesthood in as much as they agree with the heresies of Vatican II and accept Francis as pope!

What happened? How come? You might ask? The truth is that the current religion at the Vatican and in Catholic parishes world wide is Not the Catholic Church and its leaders made sure that anything Catholic is destroyed.

In keeping with this, Giovanni Montini who claimed to be Pope Paul VI from 1963 to 1978, destroyed the Roman Rite of ordination is keeping with Vatican II demands. Remember that Vatican II council was a robber council that used Catholic offices, symbols and personnel to impose a false religion on those who call themselves Catholic.

Majority of these so-called Catholics do not know anything about Vatican II neither do they know anything about rite of ordination. What happens is that they gather in their thousands to witness ordinations performed by a man who claims to be a catholic bishop and then they rejoice without bothering whether an ordination has indeed taken place.

They are in the dark because the idea of a valid sacrament is lost to the majority of them. Just call out one “Lay Church leader” and ask him what makes a sacrament valid, surely he or she will not know! The false religion they mistakenly thought is the c
Catholic Church made sure that they remain in ignorance! So ignorance is the main culture of Novus Ordo religion before the sacrilege and idol worship.

In the Vatican II evil Document, Sacrosanctum Concilium, stipulated that the rite of priestly ordination will be revised. So Paul VI swung into action and achieved his aims of removing the Catholic rite and imposing what looks like it but which is not it.

The main executor of this criminal idea was Annibale Bugnini a fellow Freemason of Paul VI. Paul VI imposed this rite on June 18th 1968. This means that ALL Novus Ordo priests ordained from this date are INVALID priests! They are NOT Catholic priests!

But some dioceses did not start immediately to use this new rite since the official manual was not available. But this is of no consequence since those of them who escaped this evil rite have now abandoned the Catholic faith due to heresy.

What is wrong with this New Rite?

According to a prominent, but heretical writer of Traditional Catholicism, Michael Davis,(There is NO endorsement of Michael Davis intended here),  



“… every prayer in the traditional rite [of Ordination] which stated specifically the essential role of a priest as a man ordained to offer propitiatory sacrifice for the living and dead has been removed [from the New Rite of Paul VI]. In most cases these were the precise prayers removed by the Protestant reformers, or if not precisely the same there are clear parallels.” (Michael Davies, The Order of Melchisedech, Harrison, NY: Roman Catholic Books, 1993, p. 83)



Here, Michael Davis mentioned “Protestant Reformers”, which should ring a bell. Protestant Reformers are those who left the Catholic Church and formed their own religion. Chief among them are Martin Luther, Calvin, Zwingli etc. These people, in order not to remain Catholic, expunged anything within their new religions that remains remotely Catholic; one of these is the Sacrament of Holy Orders that is the Sacrament of Holy Order for the ordination of Priests! The simply creates a new one that is NOT Catholic! This same creation is what Paul VI did. He was helping create a new religion, and then created a new rite of ordination of follow it.



When these “protestant Reformers”, in particular Anglicans did their work or destroying their rite, and after some centuries, Pope Saint Leo XIII wrote a letter to remind the Church that the rite of ordination of the Anglicans is utterly invalid. This letter was called Apostolicae Curae.

Read it in full here:


http://www.papalencyclicals.net/Leo13/l13curae.htm

As every Catholic ought to know, a Sacrament is valid if it takes place. If it dos not take place, then it is invalid. For a sacrament to happen, its parts, matter, form and intension must follow the stipulated rite. If it deviates, in the least degree, then there is no sacrament.


The matter of the Rite of Ordination or Holy Orders, is laying of hands. The form is the approved words said by the ordaining Bishop. The intension is when the Bishop intends to do what the Church does. That is, by the fact that a Bishop sets out to publicly ordain a priest using the approved rite, then he is doing what the Church does! Personal motives of the Bishop do not affect the sacrament.

Knowing this, we see that the rite of ordination used to ordain your priest is faulty and consequently your “priest” is not a priest!

Let us look at the Catholic Form of Ordination as was stipulated by Pope Puis XII in his letter Sacramentum Ordinis


Pope Pius XII, Sacramentum Ordinis, Nov. 30, 1947: “But regarding the matter and form in the conferring of every order, by Our same supreme apostolic authority We decree and establish the following: … In the ordination of priests, the matter is the first imposition of the bishop’s hands which is done in silence… But the form [of Ordination] consists of the words of the preface of which the following are essential and so required for validity:


“Grant, we beseech You, Almighty Father, to these Your servants, the dignity of the Priesthood (presbyterii dignitatem); renew the spirit of holiness within them, so that they may hold from You, O God, the office of the second rank in Your service and by the example of their behavior afford a pattern of holy living”

Please note the underlined phrase “so that”.


Now compare the above carefully with the faulty version which read thus:


“Grant, we beseech You, Almighty Father, to these Your servants, the dignity of the Priesthood; renew within them the spirit of holiness. May they hold from You, the office of the second rank in Your service and by the example of their behavior afford a pattern of holy living.”




The difference between the two forms is that the Latin word “ut” (which means “so that”) has been omitted in the New Rite. This may seem insignificant, but in Sacramentum Ordinis Pius XII declared that this word was essential for validity. Further, the omission of “so that” gives rise to a relaxation of the naming of the sacramental effect (conferring the office of the second rank). In other words, removing “so that” presupposes an ordination which has already taken place, but is not taking place as the words are being pronounced.

This alone makes the rite invalid! Pius XII had recently stipulated the true rite following throughout the History of the Church, to omit anything makes the sacrament invalid.

Apart from this gross omission, there are other surrounding ceremonies that suggest several non-catholic ideas of the priesthood making the sacrament invalid, since the form of words in Ordination is given its meaning and significance by the surrounding rite and ceremonies


Let us go back to Pope Saint Leo XIII:


Pope Leo XIII, Apostolicae Curae, Sept. 13, 1896: “… of Our own motion and certain knowledge We pronounce and declare that Ordinations carried out according to the Anglican rite have been and are absolutely null and utterly void”



In making this solemn pronouncement, it must be understood that Pope Leo XIII was not making Anglican Ordinations invalid, but rather he was declaring that they were invalid due to defects in the rite. But what were those defects or problems which Leo XIII saw with the Anglican Rite, which contributed to its invalidity?


Pope Leo XIII, Apostolicae Curae, Sept. 13, 1896: “When anyone has rightly and seriously made use of the due form and the matter requisite for effecting or conferring the sacrament he is considered by that very fact to do what the Church does. On this principle rests the doctrine that a sacrament is truly conferred by the ministry of one who is a heretic or unbaptized, provided the Catholic rite be employed. On the other hand, if the rite be changed, with the manifest intention of introducing another rite not approved by the Church, and of rejecting what the Church does, and what by the institution of Christ belongs to the nature of the sacrament, then it is clear that not only is the necessary intention wanting to the sacrament, but that the intention is adverse to and destructive of the sacrament.”


Here we see Pope Leo XIII teaching that if a Bishop uses the Catholic rite in conferring the Sacrament of Order, with the correct matter and form, he is considered for that very reason to have intended to do what the Church does – intending to do what the Church does is necessary for the validity of any sacrament. On the other hand, he tells us, if the rite is changed with the manifest intention of introducing a new rite not approved by the Church, and of rejecting what the Church does, then the intention is not only insufficient, but is destructive of the Sacrament.


Then what were the things that Pope Leo XIII described as showing the destructive intention of the Anglican rite of Ordination?


Pope Leo XIII, Apostolicae Curae, Sept. 13, 1896: “For, to put aside other reasons which show this to be insufficient for the purpose in the Anglican rite, let this argument suffice for all: from them has been deliberately removed whatever sets forth the dignity and office of the priesthood in the Catholic rite. That form consequently cannot be considered apt or sufficient for the sacrament which omits what it ought essentially to signify.”

Please note the underlined.

Again,

Pope Leo XIII, Apostolicae Curae, Sept. 13, 1896: “So it comes to pass that, as the Sacrament of Orders and the true sacerdotium [sacrificing priesthood] of Christ were utterly eliminated from the Anglican rite, and hence the sacerdotium [priesthood] is in no wise conferred truly and validly in the Episcopal consecration of the same rite, for the like reason, therefore, the Episcopate can in no wise be truly and validly conferred by it; and this the more so because among the first duties of the Episcopate is that of ordaining ministers for the Holy Eucharist and sacrifice.”


Pope Leo XIII, Apostolicae Curae, Sept. 13, 1896: “Being fully cognizant of the necessary connection between faith and worship, between ‘the law of believing and the law of praying,’ under a pretext of returning to the primitive form, they corrupted the liturgical order in many ways to suit the errors of the reformers. For this reason in the whole Ordinal not only is there no clear mention of the sacrifice, of consecration, of the sacerdotium [sacrificing priesthood], but, as we have just stated, every trace of these things, which had been in such prayers of the Catholic rite as they had not entirely rejected, was deliberately removed and struck out. In this way the native character – or spirit as it is called – of the Ordinal clearly manifests itself. Hence, if vitiated in its origin it was wholly insufficient to confer Orders, it was impossible that in the course of time it could become sufficient since no change had taken place.”

Again, note the underlined.

Going back to Michael Davis,

“As the previous section made clear, every prayer in the traditional rite [of Ordination] which stated specifically the essential role of a priest as a man ordained to offer propitiatory sacrifice for the living and dead has been removed [from the New Rite of Paul VI]. In most cases these were the precise prayers removed by the Protestant reformers, or if not precisely the same there are clear parallels”



Here are the specifics that were removed from the rite of Paul VI and which makes your priest a heretical non-priest:



In the Traditional Rite, the bishop addresses those to be ordained and says:

► “For it is a priest’s duty to offer sacrifice, to bless, to lead, to preach and to baptize.” This admonition has been abolished.


The Litany of the Saints then follows in the Traditional Rite. It has been cut short in the New Rite.



The New Rite abolishes the following Catholic assertion:


That Thou wouldst recall all who have wandered from the unity of the Church, and lead all believers to the light of the Gospel.”


Later on in the Traditional Rite, after pronouncing the essential form, which has been changed in the New Rite (see above), the bishop says another prayer, which includes the following:


► “Theirs be the task to change with blessing undefiled, for the service of thy people, bread and wine into the Body and Blood of Thy Son.”


This prayer has been abolished.


In the Traditional Rite, the bishop then intones the Veni Creator Spiritus. While anointing each priest he says:


Be pleased, Lord, to consecrate and sanctify these hands by this anointing, and our blessing. That whatsoever they bless may be blessed, and whatsoever they consecrate may be consecrated and sanctified in the name of Our Lord Jesus Christ. This prayer has been abolished.


And this prayer was so significant that it was even mentioned by Pius XII in his encyclical Mediator Dei


Pope Pius XII, Mediator Dei (# 43), Nov. 20, 1947: “… they alone [priests] have been marked with the indelible sign ‘conforming’ them to Christ the Priest, and that their hands alone have been consecrated, ‘in order that whatever they bless may be blessed, whatever they consecrate may become sacred and holy, in the name of Our Lord Jesus Christ.”

Notice that Pius XII, in speaking of how the priests have been marked in ordination, makes reference to this very important prayer which was specifically abolished by Paul VI’s new 1968 Rite.

Shortly after this prayer in the Traditional Rite, the bishop says to each ordinand:


► “Receive the power to offer sacrifice to God, and to celebrate Mass, both for the living and the dead, in the name of the Lord.”

This exceptionally important prayer has been abolished in the New Rite.


In the Traditional Rite, the new priests then concelebrate Mass with the bishop. At the end, each
new priest kneels before the bishop who lays both hands upon the head of each and says:


Receive the Holy Ghost. Whose sins you shall forgive, they are forgiven them; and whose sins you shall retain, they are retained.”


This ceremony and prayer has been abolished.


In the Traditional Rite:

“…the new priests then promise obedience to their bishop who ‘charges’ them to bear in mind that offering Holy Mass is not free from risk and that they should learn everything necessary from diligent priests before undertaking so fearful a responsibility.”


This admonition has been abolished in Paul VI rite.


Finally, before completing the Mass, the bishop imparts a blessing:


“The blessing of God Almighty, the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost, come down upon you, and make you blessed in the priestly Order, enabling you to offer propitiatory sacrifices for the sins of the people to Almighty God.”


This blessing has been abolished.
We Conclude then that : It is totally obvious from these facts that there is no intention in the New Rite of ordaining a true sacrificing priest. Every single mandatory reference to the true sacrificing priesthood was deliberately removed, just like in the Anglican Rite – which was declared invalid for that very reason by Pope Leo XIII.




Thus, the following words declared by Pope Leo XIII apply exactly to the New Rite of Paul VI.



Pope Leo XIII, Apostolicae Curae, Sept. 13, 1896: “For this reason in the whole Ordinal not only is there no clear mention of the sacrifice, of consecration, of the sacerdotium [sacrificing priesthood], but, as we have just stated, every trace of these things, which had been in such prayers of the Catholic rite as they had not entirely rejected, was deliberately removed and struck out. In this way the native character – or spirit as it is called – of the Ordinal clearly manifests itself.”




The New Rite fits this description precisely.


Could anyone deny this fact? No, to do so one would have to bear false witness. The New Rite of Ordination specifically eliminated the sacrificing priesthood. The intention it manifests is therefore contrary to the intention of the Church and cannot suffice for validity.



Pope Leo XIII, Apostolicae Curae, Sept. 13, 1896: “For, to put aside other reasons which show this to be insufficient for the purpose in the Anglican rite, let this argument suffice for all: from them has been deliberately removed whatever sets forth the dignity and office of the priesthood in the Catholic rite. That form consequently cannot be considered apt or sufficient for the sacrament which omits what it ought essentially to signify.”


Nothing is needed to say further. You must stop calling your false priest “father” he is not. He is an impostor who is deceiving you making you participate in his idolatry! Anytime you go to him for ANY blessing reserved for a priest you are committing idolatry and offending God greatly!



By Malachy Mary Igwilo Given on the day of the Vigil of Trinity Sunday, 21st May 2016.

























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