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A Note from a Reader on ‘RORATE CÆLI’

July 21, 2009

This noteworthy comment on ‘RORATE CÆLI’ (a kosher ‘traditional Catholic’ affair) comes from a reader:

A “traditionalist” blog, http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com , is effectively patrolled by Judaizers who hate to be exposed as such.

A recent post there, “SSPX goes on trial in Britain, fails in bid to buy church,” failed to mention the Judaic involvement, but some readers, myself included, added those details learned here, some exposure of the evidence against “6 million” and “homicidal gas chambers,” and revived opposition to the head Judaizer “Jordanes,” arguing against his claim that Deuteronomy 17:8ff allowed the rabbis such liberty that they could not possibly be accused of “altering the very content of Mosaic revelation.”

Insistence that Deuteronomy 4:2, Josue 1:7-8 et al. define that the rabbis were required to legislate within the Law could not persuade this “Jordanes” that the rabbis had significantly voided the commandments of God for their own traditions.

Indeed, the very words of Jesus and the perennial exegesis of His Words have no weight against Judaizers in denial of the Faith.

It took only a few hours for the massive evidence adduced by many against “Jordanes” for the entire thread to be scrubbed.

I mention this in hopes that informed readers of this blog will themselves begin to patrol the Rorate Caeli Blog to post against the Judaizing there.

To no avail I have corresponded with the site’s supposed chaplain, Fr. Demets FSSP, in hopes that he can counsel “New Catholic” newcatholic at gmail.com and “Jordanes” (I have, but will not publish here his probable personal email) against their thorough scrubbing of all quotes from Jesus, the Apostles, Doctors, Saints, Popes, and Councils and scrubbing of all revelatory Torah quotes and rabbinical exegesis.

Perhaps some would like to join in a campaign against the Judaizers at that heavily traveled site.

Feel free to correspond with me in this or other matters at mark7verse9@gmail.com.

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A Note from a Reader on ‘RORATE CÆLI’

July 21, 2009

This noteworthy comment on ‘RORATE CÆLI’ (a kosher ‘traditional Catholic’ affair) comes from a reader:

A “traditionalist” blog, http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com , is effectively patrolled by Judaizers who hate to be exposed as such.

A recent post there, “SSPX goes on trial in Britain, fails in bid to buy church,” failed to mention the Judaic involvement, but some readers, myself included, added those details learned here, some exposure of the evidence against “6 million” and “homicidal gas chambers,” and revived opposition to the head Judaizer “Jordanes,” arguing against his claim that Deuteronomy 17:8ff allowed the rabbis such liberty that they could not possibly be accused of “altering the very content of Mosaic revelation.”

Insistence that Deuteronomy 4:2, Josue 1:7-8 et al. define that the rabbis were required to legislate within the Law could not persuade this “Jordanes” that the rabbis had significantly voided the commandments of God for their own traditions.

Indeed, the very words of Jesus and the perennial exegesis of His Words have no weight against Judaizers in denial of the Faith.

It took only a few hours for the massive evidence adduced by many against “Jordanes” for the entire thread to be scrubbed.

I mention this in hopes that informed readers of this blog will themselves begin to patrol the Rorate Caeli Blog to post against the Judaizing there.

To no avail I have corresponded with the site’s supposed chaplain, Fr. Demets FSSP, in hopes that he can counsel “New Catholic” newcatholic at gmail.com and “Jordanes” (I have, but will not publish here his probable personal email) against their thorough scrubbing of all quotes from Jesus, the Apostles, Doctors, Saints, Popes, and Councils and scrubbing of all revelatory Torah quotes and rabbinical exegesis.

Perhaps some would like to join in a campaign against the Judaizers at that heavily traveled site.

Feel free to correspond with me in this or other matters at mark7verse9@gmail.com.

Excommunicated From The ‘Noahide’ Church

July 7, 2009

“The ‘Maurice Pinay’ blogspot … is operated by heretical Catholics who don’t accept the Magisterium’s teaching on Judaism.” (David P. Goldman, First Things, June 21st, 2009)

http://www.firstthings.com/blogs/spengler/2009/06/17/i-want-life-not-the-meaning-of-life/

“The differences between accepted Church teaching and this group of Latin-speaking extremists are not subject to reconciliation.” (Rabbi Yitzchok Adlerstein, Wiesenthal Center press release, January 23, 2009)

http://www.wiesenthal.com/site/apps/nlnet/content2.aspx?c=lsKWLbPJLnF&b=4441467&ct=6644159


These Pharisees should know that I never was and never will be subject to the magisterium of the ‘Noahide’ church of homo bishops and mentally retarded hicks that they exercise authority over. I’m a subject of the 2000 year-old unchanging teachings of the Catholic Church–true Israel; of the Gospel of Jesus Christ which these Pharisees are absolutely alien to.

Such imposture!

Excommunicated From The ‘Noahide’ Church

July 7, 2009

“The ‘Maurice Pinay’ blogspot … is operated by heretical Catholics who don’t accept the Magisterium’s teaching on Judaism.” (David P. Goldman, First Things, June 21st, 2009)

http://www.firstthings.com/blogs/spengler/2009/06/17/i-want-life-not-the-meaning-of-life/

“The differences between accepted Church teaching and this group of Latin-speaking extremists are not subject to reconciliation.” (Rabbi Yitzchok Adlerstein, Wiesenthal Center press release, January 23, 2009)

http://www.wiesenthal.com/site/apps/nlnet/content2.aspx?c=lsKWLbPJLnF&b=4441467&ct=6644159


These Pharisees should know that I never was and never will be subject to the magisterium of the ‘Noahide’ church of homo bishops and mentally retarded hicks that they exercise authority over. I’m a subject of the 2000 year-old unchanging teachings of the Catholic Church–true Israel; of the Gospel of Jesus Christ which these Pharisees are absolutely alien to.

Such imposture!

More Pilpul From the USCCB

June 19, 2009

All the hairsplitting pilpul in the world can’t turn non-believing Ashkenzim, Sephardim, et al, into biblical, chosen people. The 2002 Reflections on Covenant and Mission document is groundless; a fraud based upon a fraud. This “clarification” is only another step in the dialectical process towards Benedict’s “reconciliation between Christians and ‘Jews'” where ‘Jews’ continue in their unbelief, deluded racial conceit and adherance to anti-biblical rabbinism, while Christians, by guilt and cajolery, are converted away from the Gospel and into the ‘Noahide’ fraud.

These so-called ‘Jews’ don’t believe Jesus Christ, nor do they even believe Moses (John 5;41-47). Their unsubstantiated claim to genetic descent from the patriarchs affords them no special relationship with the Church. The bishops’ suggestion to the contrary is anti-biblical, rabbinic nonsense.

USCCB Clarifies Key Points From Reflections On Covenant And Mission Statement (2002)

June 19, 2009

WASHINGTON DC (MetroCatholic) – A statement clarifying two points of Catholic teaching relative to the Jewish community was released June 18, at the spring meeting of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB). A Note on Ambiguities Contained in Covenant and Mission was jointly issued by the Committee on Doctrine and Pastoral Practice and the Committee on Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs. The statement can be found at http://www.usccb.org/bishops/covenant09.pdf.

“Our most important concern here is a pastoral one,” said Archbishop Wilton Gregory, chairman of the Bishops’ Committee on Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs. “The 2002 document, Covenant and Mission, raised many questions among Catholics in the United States about how the Church relates to the Jewish community. Today’s statement helps to answer these questions clearly.”

Bishop William Lori, chairman of the Bishops’ Committee on Doctrine and Pastoral Practice, stated that there were two key points at issue.

“The USCCB reaffirms what the Holy See has stated repeatedly: that while the Catholic Church does not proselytize the Jewish people, neither does she fail to witness to them her faith in Christ, nor to welcome them to share in that same faith whenever appropriate.” Bishop Lori said. He added that current debates over the question of how Catholics understand the covenant with Moses in relation to Christ were equally important. The covenant with Moses, that continues to be adhered to by Jews today, is fulfilled, Christians believe, in Jesus.

“As followers of Jesus, we see his covenant as fulfilling God’s plan for the salvation of all peoples, both now and at the end of time,” Bishop Lori said.

Archbishop Gregory commended the on-going work of scholars and pastors in Catholic-Jewish dialogue. “Pope John Paul II once referred to Jews as ‘our elder brothers and sisters in faith’”, he said. “By continuing our study together, we hope to deepen our understanding of Jesus and our relationship with each other in God’s redemption of the world.”

http://www.dfwcatholic.org/usccb-clarifies-key-points-from-reflections-on-covenant-and-mission-statement-20025004/.html

More Pilpul From the USCCB

June 19, 2009

All the hairsplitting pilpul in the world can’t turn non-believing Ashkenzim, Sephardim, et al, into biblical, chosen people. The 2002 Reflections on Covenant and Mission document is groundless; a fraud based upon a fraud. This “clarification” is only another step in the dialectical process towards Benedict’s “reconciliation between Christians and ‘Jews'” where ‘Jews’ continue in their unbelief, deluded racial conceit and adherance to anti-biblical rabbinism, while Christians, by guilt and cajolery, are converted away from the Gospel and into the ‘Noahide’ fraud.

These so-called ‘Jews’ don’t believe Jesus Christ, nor do they even believe Moses (John 5;41-47). Their unsubstantiated claim to genetic descent from the patriarchs affords them no special relationship with the Church. The bishops’ suggestion to the contrary is anti-biblical, rabbinic nonsense.

USCCB Clarifies Key Points From Reflections On Covenant And Mission Statement (2002)

June 19, 2009

WASHINGTON DC (MetroCatholic) – A statement clarifying two points of Catholic teaching relative to the Jewish community was released June 18, at the spring meeting of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB). A Note on Ambiguities Contained in Covenant and Mission was jointly issued by the Committee on Doctrine and Pastoral Practice and the Committee on Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs. The statement can be found at http://www.usccb.org/bishops/covenant09.pdf.

“Our most important concern here is a pastoral one,” said Archbishop Wilton Gregory, chairman of the Bishops’ Committee on Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs. “The 2002 document, Covenant and Mission, raised many questions among Catholics in the United States about how the Church relates to the Jewish community. Today’s statement helps to answer these questions clearly.”

Bishop William Lori, chairman of the Bishops’ Committee on Doctrine and Pastoral Practice, stated that there were two key points at issue.

“The USCCB reaffirms what the Holy See has stated repeatedly: that while the Catholic Church does not proselytize the Jewish people, neither does she fail to witness to them her faith in Christ, nor to welcome them to share in that same faith whenever appropriate.” Bishop Lori said. He added that current debates over the question of how Catholics understand the covenant with Moses in relation to Christ were equally important. The covenant with Moses, that continues to be adhered to by Jews today, is fulfilled, Christians believe, in Jesus.

“As followers of Jesus, we see his covenant as fulfilling God’s plan for the salvation of all peoples, both now and at the end of time,” Bishop Lori said.

Archbishop Gregory commended the on-going work of scholars and pastors in Catholic-Jewish dialogue. “Pope John Paul II once referred to Jews as ‘our elder brothers and sisters in faith’”, he said. “By continuing our study together, we hope to deepen our understanding of Jesus and our relationship with each other in God’s redemption of the world.”

http://www.dfwcatholic.org/usccb-clarifies-key-points-from-reflections-on-covenant-and-mission-statement-20025004/.html