MHFM: On this feast of All Saints, it’s good to remember that Pope Benedict XII dogmatically defined that all the saints in Heaven from the New Covenant period (including all the martyrs, confessors, etc.) received “sacred baptism” (a term used by the Church for the Sacrament of Baptism). He also declared that it was the “same baptism” received by children, which is of course water baptism. No exceptions whatsoever were mentioned, although they could have been mentioned if they existed (but they don’t). Thus, it’s another dogmatic statement which proves that no one gets to Heaven without water baptism.
Thank you… God bless you for enlightening us to the true Faith.
Dr. Geraldine Sanjay
Thank you for exposing the fake "Catholic" shepherds of these last days who are leading so many souls to Hell. They do this not only by their promotion of the Whore of Babylon as the Catholic Church, but also (and perhaps especially) by their continuous attacks on… sedevacantism, and all true Catholic positions. The true popes have considered heresy the worst sin… Since their robes and externals - like old Halloween costumes - have worn so thin that they're disappearing, the hour must certainly be very late…
In your video and article on King James Onlyism, you pointed out that while Erasmus may or may not have been a true Catholic, he apparently was able to see the face of heresy very clearly in the earlier days of the Protestant revolt (which was the forerunner of the Great Apostasy). Erasmus said: "I have never entered their churches, but I have seen them return from hearing the sermon, as if inspired by an evil spirit, the faces of all showing a curious wrath and ferocity..." Yes, indeed; externals notwithstanding, the face of Satan is always revealed whenever a heretic comes face-to-face with a truth he doesn't like. And today, thanks to the apostasy and apostate men, we are seeing Satan's face everywhere.
Excellent video… these false trads make me sicker than Francis. God bless for exposing them.
Another excellent video…
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