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In today’s Gospel, Our Lord warns us: “Beware of false prophets, who come to you in the clothing of sheep, but inwardly they are ravening wolves.” (Matthew 7:15)

Christians are the sheep. St Thomas Aquinas (in “Catena Aurea”) tells us that the disguise in sheep’s clothing is a pretended Catholicism, and that nothing does as much harm to good as fiction, since the evil is hidden under the appearance of good.

St. Paul puts it like this:  “I know that after my departure ravening wolves will enter in among you, not sparing the flock.”1 He’s referring to heretics.

In recent centuries the Church has suffered much from the actions of protestant heretics and today She is suffering from the actions of modernist heretics. An interesting difference between the two types of heretics is that the protestants left the Church, while the modernists remain inside the Church, poisoning Her from within, posing as shepherds of the sheep, when in fact they are wolves. Modernists today inject into souls their poison in the form of ecumenism, religious liberty, the new Mass, a new canon law, a new catechesis, new morals, a new spirituality, and all the other errors coming from the pernicious second Vatican Council.

Christ asks in today's Gospel: "Do men gather grapes of thorns, or figs of thistles?”2 So every good tree bears good fruit, and every bad tree bears bad fruit. A good tree cannot bear bad fruit, nor can a bad tree bear good fruit. Every tree that does not bear good fruit will be cut down and thrown into the fire. So then, by their fruits you will know them. And so the bitter fruits of 50 years of prevailing modernism in the Church are, among others, the drying up of vocations, the general lack of respect for holy things, the undeinable dwindling of religious practice, the licentiousness of Catholics, the generalization of a "diabolic disorientation" (as Sister Lucia mentioned) in the Church, and, finally, the general apostasy announced by St. Paul in the second epistle to the Thessalonians.

But let us continue to quote other biblical warnings about wolves in sheep's clothing:

St. Peter says that “there shall be among you [Catholics] lying teachers who shall bring in sects of perdition [heretics]”3, and “many shall follow their riotousness, through whom the way of truth [the Church] shall be evil spoken of.”4

It is interesting that he says that many will follow heretics in their licentiousness and St Peter described them as licentious. It's a fact that heretics are usually libertines. All throughout history, heresy is usually accompanied by many sins of impurity, especially against nature. In fact, we see that many, many of today’s modernists are sodomites. We can say that the Church is occupied by the modernists, but we must also recognise that it is occupied by homosexuals. But why is it that this very serious problem, this terrible scourge that has plagued the Church since Vatican II, is usually not mentioned in anti-liberal circles? It’s a mystery. What is not a mystery is that homosexuals are conquering the Church and the whole world.

I continue to quote St. Peter: “counting for a pleasure the delights of a day: stains and spots, sporting themselves to excess"5.. “Having eyes full of adultery and of sin that ceaseth not: alluring unstable souls”6.. “children of malediction”7.. “they allure by the desires of fleshly riotousness those who for a little while escape, such as converse in error”8.

In Sacred Scripture sodomy is presented as a consequence of rejecting God. There is a particular link between this sin and the devil. Sodomy is one of the few sins that cry out to Heaven and homosexuals are called in the Bible "children of the devil”.

St Jude said that “For certain men are secretly entered in (who were written of long ago unto this judgment), ungodly men, turning the grace of our Lord God into riotousness”9, and “going after the flesh”10.. “like dumb beasts, in these they are corrupted”11. “But you, my dearly beloved, be mindful of the words which have been spoken before by the apostles of our Lord Jesus Christ:  Who told you that in the last time there should come mockers, walking according to their own desires in ungodlinesses.  These are they who separate themselves, sensual men, having not the Spirit.” 12

In many seminaries, monasteries and convents, only sodomites are accepted. An example of the seriousness of this problem: in the diocese of Cali, Colombia, a survey was carried out about 15 years ago among the seminarians: 60% declared themselves homosexual and 20% said they were not clear about their "orientation" in this area. So the Church is taken over by modern-day heretics, but also by the sodomite mafia. During the time of Paul VI and John Paul II, seminaries and convents have received legions of homosexuals. In 2005, Benedict XVI dictated certain rules in an unsuccessful attempt to stop this invasion. Francis the destroyer is the pope who, among the whole line of liberal popes, has given the most support to this enormous sin. Humanly speaking, there is no hope.

We were warned by these prophetic words of Our Lady of La Salette: many convents are no longer the house of God, but the stables of Asmodeus and his companions. Asmodeus is the demon of lust. Thanks to the devil and his Second Vatican Council, and thanks to modernist heretics, the Catholic Hierarchy was transformed into Sodom. And as in the case of Sodom, this will be sorted out by God only, and not by commissions and conversations. And the presumptuous SSPX, which claims to be the healthy apple that will heal the rotten apples of the official clergy when, abandoning its anti-liberal vocation, it is united with them, will undoubtedly suffer the same terrible plague of sodomite rot, because St. Paul clearly says 13 that this horrific vice is the punishment of infidelity.

May God, through the intercession of our Most Pure Mother, speedily deliver His Church from the malignant sodomite tumor.

  • 1. Acts 20:29
  • 2. Matthew 7:16
  • 3. II Peter 2:1
  • 4. II Peter 2:2
  • 5. II Peter 2:13
  • 6. II Peter 2:14
  • 7. II Peter 2:14
  • 8. II Peter 2:18
  • 9. Jude 1:4
  • 10. Jude 1:8
  • 11. Jude 1:10
  • 12. Jude 1:17-19
  • 13. Romans 1