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    New book exposes diabolical scheme used by Catholic Church’s enemies to gain access to papacy

    May 28, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) – Dr. Taylor Marshall, a well-known theologian and expert in Thomism as well as a supporter of the Traditional Latin Mass, has written a book on the infiltration of the Catholic Church by anti-Catholic forces. The book is titled Infiltration: The Plot to Destroy the Church From Within, and it is published by Sophia Institute Press.



    Marshall starts his book with the apparition of Our Lady of La Salette in France and her warnings against Satan's reign in Rome and with the Alta Vendita instructions that were attributed to Freemasonry and published with the explicit support of several Popes in the 19th century. This document explains that, in order to undermine the Catholic Church, one has to infiltrate her, rather than fight against her from the outside. For this purpose, they would aim at influencing the head of the Catholic Church, the Pope.

    “Now then, in order to secure to us a Pope according to our own heart, it is necessary to fashion for that Pope a generation worthy of the kingdom of which we dream. Leave on one side old age and middle life, go to the youth, and, if possible, even to children.” These Masons set out to introduce into Catholic thinking liberal ideas that finally would also reach to the top of the Church.

    "The plan," writes Marshall, "doesn’t include pamphlets, guns, bloodshed, or even political elections. It requires a step-by-step infiltration, first of the youth, next of the clergy, and then, as time passes, of those youth and clergy who become cardinals and then the pope."



    In the following chapters of his 300-page book which has been published just now by Sophia Press, the author deals with the history from the middle of the 19th century until our days, showing how Pope Pius X vigorously fought the modernist ideas that were spreading, at the beginning of the 20th century, within the Catholic Church. In the Sankt Gallen Group – the group of progressivist prelates who were disappointed with the reign of Pope John Paul II and who tried, after his death, to get a Pope of their liking elected – this modernist stream finds it pivotal point, also because those prelates who reigned over the Catholic Church in Europe – and effectively contributed to the watering down of the Faith in this region of the world – were the key figures of the Sankt Gallen Group. Here, Cardinal Carlo Maria Martini, Cardinal Basil Hume, and Cardinal Godfried Danneels come to mind.

    Dr. Marshall also presents in detail how some of these modernist ideas affected the Second Vatican Council, as well as the Novus Ordo Mass. In the end, he touches upon Pope Francis' election and shows some of his “problematic teachings” that now affect the Catholic Church in a negative manner. Here, the author – himself a father of eight children – points to Francis' apostolic exhortation Amoris Laetitia and its statement that “no one is condemned forever,” but also to such statements such as the Abu Dhabi Document: “Francis also has taught that God divinely and wisely wills the 'diversity and plurality of religions' with the same will 'by which he created human beings.'”

    Here, Dr. Marshall concludes: “Saint Pius X would have placed Pope Francis under the ban of Modernism. How can we have two popes in theological contradiction?”

    Marshall also discusses the Fatima apparitions and the question of the Third Secret given to seer Sister Lúcia.

    In a recent May 24 podcast, Marshall revealed that, during his visit in Rome a week ago, he was able to meet shortly with Pope Francis and that he gave him the first copy of his new book, with an inscription for the Pope. He had written this book during Lent. “I fasted my entire Lent for him.” The book, the author adds, “was a labor of love.” Marshall said that he would “love for the man [Pope Francis] to be one of the greatest sanctified popes of all times, who steers the Church right through this whole crisis. It is not too late.”



    Bishop Athanasius Schneider, the auxiliary bishop of Astana, Kazakhstan, wrote a Foreword to Dr. Marshall's book (read here). He praises the book, stating that “In Infiltration: The Plot to Destroy the Church from Within, Taylor Marshall touches on a topic that is deliberately ignored today. The issue of a possible infiltration of the Church by forces outside her does not fit into the optimistic picture that Pope John XXIII and particularly the Second Vatican Council unrealistically and uncritically drew of the modern world.” Schneider wonders how it comes that today, “not a few high- ranking members of the Catholic Church’s hierarchy have not only yielded to the relentless demands of the modern world; they are, with or without conviction, actively collaborating in the implementation of its principles in the daily life of the Church in all areas and on all levels.”



    Here, Dr. Marshall's book might well help to shed some light on how the Church got to this point. In order to understand this crisis, Schneider adds, we must examine the very roots of the crisis.” This crisis can be seen “as an infiltration of the Church by the unbelieving world, and especially by Freemasons – an infiltration that, by human standards, could effectively succeed only through a long, methodical process.” However, at the end of his introduction, Bishop Schneider reminds us that “even the most perfidious plot to destroy the Church from within will not succeed.”

    Among traditional Catholics, some of these documents presented by Dr. Marshall have already been studied and incorporated into the understanding of today's Church crisis (we might remember here, for example, Arnaud de Lassus' book Unholy Craft: Freemasonry and the Roots of Christophobia, or John Vennari's book on the Alta Vendita.)

    It is Dr. Marshall's contribution to have updated this understanding – including the role of the Sankt Gallen Group – and to have placed all the relevant documents into one compendium.

    “Tradition anchors our experience of time in memory and projects it into the future through hope.” – Rein Staal

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    Nothing lasts forever. I think the Catholic Church just grew old and decadent like so many other institutions, and ultimately overtaken by the modern world.

    There could well be some infiltration taking place but if so it affects a lot of other denominations too, because the Anglicans have the effete Justin Welby running things and the Methodists have become so ‘progressive’ that my wife has virtually stopped going.

    I don't know what this book has to offer by way of concrete proof. I see a lot of vague stuff about the Freemasons, who inevitably get the blame in these sort of conspiracies.

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    Anyone who thinks there is "hope for "pope" Francis" is an utter fool. Bergoglio is the ultimate product of everything this book talks about.
    Most people think as they are trained to think, and most people make a majority.

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    Since the Catholic Church was designed to destroy the peoples of Europe and create a One World (undoing the "curse of Bable Tower", that is ethnicities!), can't say I wouldnt see an advantage in its destruction, by whatever force.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chlodovech View Post
    Marshall starts his book with the apparition of Our Lady of La Salette in France
    So he begins by throwing away his credibility.

    Quote Originally Posted by Chlodovech View Post
    Alta Vendita
    It'll only take a short review to dismantle it's unreliability. The Freemasons are renowned for maintaining secrets, they're not so stupid to allow their secrets to fall into the hands of their enemies. Probably not even their highest degrees know anything of their inner circle's aims.

    "Our ultimate end is that of Voltaire and of the French Revolution - the final destruction of Catholicism, and even of the Christian Idea." The French revolution's aim was multi-faceted, not one-sidedly anti-Christian. Voltaire did not enable the French revolution's degeneration (the French revolution started off with solid ideals which were unfortunately taken to their extreme).

    Quote Originally Posted by Chlodovech View Post
    “Now then, in order to secure to us a Pope according to our own heart, it is necessary to fashion for that Pope a generation worthy of the kingdom of which we dream. Leave on one side old age and middle life, go to the youth, and, if possible, even to children.”
    So these Freemasons are literally Hitler; he said the exact same thing in his table talks. The Church makes a profit off of the elderly and bourgeois, only the youth can be turned to.

    I didn't know the Freemasons wanted to materialize a temporal kingdom, pretty sure that's the Church's thing. I thought Freemasonry was after a world republic. Both share the same folly: literal interpretation of symbols.

    Quote Originally Posted by Chlodovech View Post
    Schneider wonders how it comes that today, “not a few high- ranking members of the Catholic Church’s hierarchy have not only yielded to the relentless demands of the modern world; they are, with or without conviction, actively collaborating in the implementation of its principles in the daily life of the Church in all areas and on all levels.”
    Because they did the same exact thing in Luther's day, no one in the higher echelons took Catholicism seriously. It'd have died in itself due to the lack of literacy. Catholics owe a great deal to Luther's intervention and they repay him by misconstruing him as their great adversary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terminus
    So he begins by throwing away his credibility.
    Marian apparitions are the real deal. We can argue about what they are, there are enough alternative theories out there, but just consider what happened in Fatima in 1917 during the biggest paranormal occurence in European history in the 20th century. Between 30,000 and 100,000 onlookers gathered to witness the Miracle of the Sun, amongst them freemasons, communists and atheists, who all thought nothing would happen and it would be a bit of a laugh and a rather embarrassing show for the Catholic Church. What happened instead proved the apparitions and Marian prophecies preceding the Miracle were real enough.

    The Freemasons are renowned for maintaining secrets, they're not so stupid to allow their secrets to fall into the hands of their enemies. Probably not even their highest degrees know anything of their inner circle's aims.
    Their initiation rituals were also secret for the longest of times, until they were leaked. But I do agree that Freemasons are exceptionally good at maintaining secrecy (in part because some of their secrets are out in the open, just lacking a signature - and their political agenda largely coincides with policy anyway) and hence we have to be careful with sensational new information, because there's a lengthy history of hoaxers in this field, sometimes even masonic pranksters.

    Voltaire did not enable the French revolution's degeneration (the French revolution started off with solid ideals which were unfortunately taken to their extreme).
    I'm no fan of those ideals which can't be disconnected from what happened from day 1 under the guidance of demagogues, not just in Europe but also in the colonies, to the detriment of French settlers, as slaves revolted. Luckily Napoleon arrived on the scene and did away with a lot of what was bad about the revolution.

    I didn't know the Freemasons wanted to materialize a temporal kingdom, pretty sure that's the Church's thing. I thought Freemasonry was after a world republic. Both share the same folly: literal interpretation of symbols.
    French Freemasonry has the ambition to install a masonic king one day, a socialist, counterfeit monarch - there was a fringe French political party in the interbellum created to this end. Most Catholic prophecies deal with France and the biggest one of them all is about a masonic king being dethroned by the great monarch, someone who will eridicate the legacy of the French Revolution, as well as all of France's internal enemies and the enemies of the faith.

    Because they did the same exact thing in Luther's day, no one in the higher echelons took Catholicism seriously. It'd have died in itself due to the lack of literacy. Catholics owe a great deal to Luther's intervention and they repay him by misconstruing him as their great adversary.
    Given that literacy wasn't all that common until relatively recent times, it's hard to believe Catholicism would've died out without it, because it didn't. On the contrary, literacy seems to have played its role in the dechristianisation process of the West. Luther isn't portrayed as the great adversary anymore though.
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