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Tuesday, 4 October 2016

A Damming letter on the false beatification of the Jewish Freemasonic Infiltrator, Paul VI

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Rev. Fr. Luigi Villa, Doctor of Theology,  who passed away on November 18, 2012 at the age of 95, was appointed by Pope Pius XII to uncover Freemasonry in the Catholic Church.

Before he passed away he addressed a letter to all the Novus Ordo pretend cardinals of the Novus Ordo religion telling them that Geovanni Montini, aka Paul VI, was not a Catholic and should not be beatified. But ofcourse, these heretics ignored him and they beatified Paul VI and invoke him in their ‘prayers’. For a better understanding of who Paul VI was, read the letter below:


Letter to ‘Cardinals’

Your Eminence,

I had read in the press that on December 11 the Cardinals and Bishops, overcoming the obstacle of the theologians, will give their “yes” for the beatification of Pope Paul VI, despite the fact that he never had, while he was living, any reputation for holiness, but instead, was primarily responsible for all the current troubles of the Church, and I even dare to say that the result of his pontificate was really catastrophic! Allow me then, to concede on what had been reported, in bold print, in “Avvenire” of March 19, 1999, page 17, about Monsignor Montini:

“Ruini makes a Profile of the Pope (Paul VI) that changed the Church.” How very true! … We proved it with our “Montinian Trilogy,” which was never found to be false or invalid by my opponents who always limited themselves to public ridicule, insults and trivialities without ever denouncing in public, the “how,” “where,” and “why” of our arguments and our documents that would be contrary to the truth. Certainly, to tell the “truth” is not wrong, even about the person of Paul VI, because he has become part of History, so his entire life can be studied without hesitation or misinformation, without putting a halo on his head, which would mean to put it around his “revolution” carried out by Freemasonry, through him, in the name of Vatican II.

It must be, then, a duty to give an outline of his alleged virtues necessary for a beatification. Cardinal Ruini, in his closing address to the “Diocesan Process,” said, ‘His faith shines from his person, glitters in his words. In 1967, he gave life to the Year of Faith. In 1968, in front of St. Peter’s, he proclaimed the “Creed” of the people of God, a faith based on the “Nicene Creed.”’.

Now, as to that of his alleged Faith, a Faith that the Cardinal even called “passionate,” is belied by the same Paul VI who, in his famous speech on the self-demolition of the Church, he said:

‘The Church finds herself in an hour of anxiety, a disturbed period of self-criticism, or what would even better be called selfdemolition [auto-destruction]. It is an interior upheaval, acute and complicated. “Many expect dramatic gestures from the Pope, energetic and decisive interventions. The Pope does not believe that he must follow
any other line than that of trust in Jesus Christ, whose concern for His Church is greater than that of anyone else’s. It shall be Him to stifle the tempest …’

But these words sound like a betrayal of his duty as Vicar of Christ, who, for the defense of the Faith, has always relied on His successors, starting immediately with St. Peter, His first Vicar on earth. Thus, the refusal of Paul VI in defending the Faith was an open refusal to do what should have been his main duty. Thus, his “non-intervention” policy was an abdication of his official duty to intervene in this self destruction of the Church, that he himself led. A rejection, then, that is a real “sin of omission.”

What should one think, then, when [the Church] brings to the altar for the veneration of the faithful a Pope who has so badly failed in his primary duty which is, in fact, to defend the “Deposit of Faith” …?

Paul VI abdicated by not fulfilling his primary role as “Head” of the Catholic Church to instead, “serve” Humanity and reconcile all beliefs and all religions into one universal religion. By dreaming to become the great unifier of the people, he sacrificed the Catholic Church, Tradition, Institutions, and the faithful themselves, to form The Movement of Spiritual Animation of Universal Democracy,” that must enslave all the churches to the World. Paul VI, thus failing to ever distinguish the Church of Christ, which is “one and not two or more,” was the first Pope that called on the schismatic and heretical, religious communities in his opening speech of the Third Session of Vatican II,
September 14, 1964, saying:

« “O Churches, who are so far away and yet so close to Us! O Churches, the object of Our heartfelt desire! O Churches of Our incessant longing! O Churches of Our tears”..» and announced, then, on several occasions, the mutual forgiveness for each other’s faults.
Later, His ceaseless ecumenical propaganda was only to lead to the recognition of other Christian communities and not to a true community of salvation.

There is proof of this, even in his visit to the “World Council of Churches”, on June 10, 1969, where he was well received by 234 religious communities. Here, Paul VI assumed their lingo and even took part in their schism with this general statement: « “Christian brotherhood … among the Churches which are part of the “Ecumenical Council” and the Catholic Church» … ignoring the fact that there can be no fellowship between the Catholic Church and “dissidents.” Instead, he himself raised the issue by saying,

The Catholic Church must become a member of the “Ecumenical Council.” And then he said, « In all brotherly frankness, we do not consider the question of the Catholic Church’s participation in the Ecumenical Council to have advanced to the stage where one could give an affirmative answer. The question must as yet remain in the realm of hypothesis… certain grave implications…the way is long and difficult.”» But it was a “trial balloon” because, underneath it all, there was already His “yes”; the evidence can be found in his words:
« The spirit of a sound ecumenism…which inspires all of us…requires, as a basic condition of all fruitful contact between different denominations, that each should loyally profess his own faith,» and here, Paul VI invited one to recognize the positive and evangelical Christians values which are in other denominations and open oneself up to any possibility of collaboration … as in the field of charity and as in the search for peace between peoples. To the question, then, whether there is salvation in any of those 234 “churches,” members of the “COE”, while the doctrine of the Catholic Church had always responded negatively, Paul VI, on the contrary, replied in the affirmative!

His “mind” was shown, then, still more in accepting Jews, Muslims, Buddhists monks,… and going to them during his “apostolic journeys” of “dialogue.” Never before Paul VI, had any Pope declined the Faith in the plural, Paul VI, however, said that the “faiths” should pay homage to each other.

During his trip to Uganda, Paul VI spoke of “the Ugandan Martyrs” Yes, he went to visit these “Catholic Martyrs”, but confused them, indiscriminately, with the Muslims, Protestants; according to him, they had died in the “ecumenical spirit”, all united over dogmatic conflicts.
Even during his trip to Bombay (where the Hindu gave him a small idol, and the Buddhists offered him a prayer bead!), Paul VI showed no discrimination
between human religions and Catholicism.

And I could go on and on with this theme of Faith. Just to mention, here, Paul VI’s scandalous gesture of delivering, with a written apology, the “glorious banner of Lepanto” to the Turks, as if to apologize [to  them] for not being able to occupy all of Catholic Europe and deliver it to Turkey. As for his “Credo of the People of God,” that Cardinal Ruini compared to the “Nicene Creed,” and presented as the apex of the “Faith” of Paul VI, it must be said, however, that when this so called “Creed” was recited publicly in Peter’s plaza, Paul VI prefaced this prayer by stating “two explicit statements”: the first, that he wanted to give a “firm testimony to the divine truth entrusted to the Church” (and this is commendable!) but with the second statement he put it all into question, because he specifically excluded, that his “Creed” was “a dogmatic definition.” In fact, he said:

«… We are about to make a profession of faith, to utter a creed, which, without being a dogmatic definition in the strict sense of the word, and despite some developments sought-after by the spiritual conditions of our time …».

Now these words of Paul VI took the signature of infallibility away from our Catholic “Creed” to be, that is, the “revealed Truths” of the divine Faith and of the Catholic Faith, professed in Scripture and Tradition.

In St. Peter one can read: “Inde oritur unitas sacerdotii,” [Arises from unity of the priesthood], that the Pope must be the bond of “Charity” and, therefore, of unity. Instead, Paul VI honored and preferred “Those who are far” more than the ones who were close to the Faith, showing, them therefore often a cold friendship. He admired the language, the religious rites and traditions of the “others”, while persecuting those belonging to the ancient Catholic tradition. The doors of his house were always open for theological adventurers, for agitators, for those who sowed scandals and heresies. He never concealed, however, his animosity towards the traditionalists who defended what he wanted to destroy. He never excommunicated them because there were no canonical reasons to do so, but he took, however, precautions not to have direct personal contact.

This however was much worse than an excommunication, because it was a “cancellation,”[an annulment], it was a “dialectic suppression” of the adversary who,
like myself, has never bowed to the follies, whims, distortions, and vagaries of the many of the progressive clergy, servilely obedient, in reaching the aim, as Cardinal Garrone once put it: “the defeat of the other

About the facts concerning his false “Charity,” you can read many of them in my three books on Paul VI, all marked by his sectarianism, all flavored with schism. Yes, schism, because schism is the separation of a portion of the faithful from the Catholic Church. This gives one the right to call it a “sin/crime” against Charity, that Charity which is guided by Faith and Hope. And so [this sin/crime against Charity] necessarily
involves hatred toward the Kingdom of God and toward the Church, to weaken Her and tear souls from Her, by means, in fact, of divisions and heresies! For this reason, Paul VI would never have been able to exclaim: “CHARITAS CHRISTI URGET NOS.”  [The Charity of Christ drives us.]

After what I have written about Paul VI, I am obliged to highlight the profound mystery of the modernist “mind” of Paul VI through “sayings” and “facts,” because these constitute the reason for my spiritual reaction that has caused me great suffering.
Deign, Your Eminence, to consider my work, an expression of my respect and my prayers.

Fr. Luigi Villa

Presented by Malachy Mary Igwilo, on the feast of St. Francis of Assisi, 4th October, 2016


  1. Father Luigi definitely had the Truth about Montini

  2. Is The Catholic Church Any better for Vatican 2? Personally I would have kept the original Mass.