And not just steal souls, but pollute and destroy every institution of God.
As Fr Malachi Martin said, "the smoke of Satan has entered the Sanctuary [of St Peters]"...
Actually, Fr. Martin was quoting Paul IV. The same sentiment was uttered by Pius X11 and Leo XIII. Pope Leo XIII was so concerned about what he saw coming that he composed the great Prayer to St. Michael the Archangel.
It’s worse than that. That wasn’t Malachi Martin, that was Pope Paul VI. Malachi Martin merely reported what the Pope was referring to: having found a black mass being conducted in the Vatican. Years later, court documents have revealed that Cardinal Bernardin, once called “the American Pope” for his incredible domination of every line of ecclesiastical power in the US was accused of sexually desecrating the sacrament (and a little girl!) in a horrifying black mass. What’s more, Bernadin was head of the papal household (”camerlingo”) at the time Pope Paul discovered the black mass going on.
So what exactly was this “black mass?” (And here I refer to the Vatican black mass only, for this contains no element of sexual abuse): The 33rd rite of initiation of the Southern Rite of the Scottish Freemasons, as detailed in Albert Pike’s book, is a mimicry of the Catholic mass, with hoods worn. Albert Pike’s book is no expose; it is the very handbook of the rite.
The Southern Rite is not your Founding Fathers’ freemasonry. It was founded in Charleston, SC in the early 19th century, and it is from whence the Ku Klux Klan came from. In contrast to George Washington’s tolerance and appreciation of Catholicsm, it seeks the destruction of Catholicism.
Guess who is from Charleston, SC? Yup. Cardinal Bernadin.
Now, this is not to lay blame for ALL the sexual abuse in the Catholic Church at the feet of the freemasons. Back in 1961, Pope John XXIII saw sexual abuse as an endemic enough of a problem to issue rules that homosexuals should not be ordained because the strains of priestly celibacy (which are far greater than mere chastity) could mutate a homosexual’s sexuality even further. I’m even convinced that what launched Martin Luther was witnessing homosexual abuse in the monastery. (Whereas he usually exaggerates to the point of slander and invention his description of misdeeds by the Church’s men, he is enigmatically cryptic about what he saw in his own monastery that convinced him that priests should marry: “unspeakable acts done by men to other men.” That he is cryptic suggests to me that it is a point of shame.) Even the very first ecumenical council after that of Jerusalem, the Nicene Council, felt it necessary to call for the defrocking of any priest who brings “scandal” (which formally means salvation-depriving shame) upon children.
But with Bernadin begins a pattern of promoting sexual deviants to the highest reaches. The ritualization of the abuse, absent from mainstream media coverage, suggests it is not merely perverted sexual desires, but rape being used as a tactical weapon to destroy souls.