BFP When Bishops Seek Utopia in this world, they must take it from you

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Perhaps the greatest tragedy of all time was the brutal Passion of Our Lord. Yet, in the wake of that event, how did the Apostles react? Did they take up the standard of the zealots, and be glad that Barrabas was freed so they might teach the Romans a thing or two about anti-Judeaism?

Two Standards: Utopia (Satan’s Empty Promise) or Heaven (God’s Guarantee)

In the face of riots, we see two standards being promulgated by Bishops: some promise us utopia — the secular heaven of Satan’s marxist global “paradise”. Others, proclaim that Heaven has none of this tragedy and we want to get there so we must repent, pray, and follow Our Lord.

The Marxist Choice: Virtue Signal Because you are Guilty

Why did Cupich say in his statement this week that “what did we expect”? Why did one of his office publish a graphic description of “Covert white supremacy” that basically, in my opinion, indicts all of us as racists?

Marxist demoralization sought to convince the common man that he was guilty and hence, “demoralize” him. If we are saddled with a presumption of guilt, is this not demoralization?

Can we have Utopia or is it an empty promise of Satan? If it is, do we not reject it?

Compromise Not with the World

Our Lady told us at Akita that there would be thos in the Church who make compromises. Whith whom did they compromise? Can it be anyone other than the devil, i.e. the spiritus mundi? (See this discussion on Detente with the Devil and Stagnation of the Church for more)

Did the Libveration Theologians (who are those who teach secular humanism thus replacing Our Lord with the empty promises of Satan — an anti-Church, the errors of Russia) go away? Or are they active today with new tactics?

Fr. Miceli Describes the Liberation Theologians (Marxist Utopian Bishops)

Listen to a clip of Fr. Vincent Miceli describe Liberation Theologians in the Church and the errant bishops who follow it from 1985. Compare to today..

Finally, we are told today that nature is getting back at us for falling to contribute to a green fund. As Wilton Gregory complains that President Trump used a Church for politics, what does it mean to have money changers in the Vatican? What did Our Lord do to them?

President Trump tried to call people to God. St. John Chrysostom solved the riots of Antioch the same way — with the Sermons on the Statues. Calling people to repentance and reminding them that they want a plce in Heaven — the real utopia.

At the passion, nature did hide in shame — the Gospels tell us that at Our Lord’s death, the sun refused to shine and the earth shook ashamed of the tragedy that Jesus had been crucified at the hands of men.

Vigano wrote to President Trump and told him that there is a “Deep Church” operating within that infiltrated the Church the same way the Deep State Marcists infiltrated our government.

Repent and Pray for the Halt of the Marxist March

Clearly, we don’t need to battle for the empty promise of utopia. Rather, those of us who follow the Standard of Christ need to do as the Blessed Mother told us: repent, pray, say our Rosary daily, and she’ll take care of the rest.

May she take care of these who have been swindled by the empty promises of Satan as well…

Our Lady of Akita, pray for us!

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  • Jane says:

    We must not forget all the good and holy things our Holy Father is saying and doing for us each day. He is our Pope, not Vigano

    • John B. Manos says:

      Jane, he’s a little mixed up on the environmental fund and on the pagan pachamama. Unfortunately, we need to pray for him to get that straightened out.

      • Jane says:

        Dear Mr Manos,
        Pope Francis writes on the environment the same way that Almighty God did at creation as well as St Francis when he wrote and sang his hymns of joy at Almighty God’s Creation. Laudato Si is wonderful in explaining his thoughts which have a wonderful continuity with recent popes.
        About Pachamama, Pope Francis said that there were no idolatrous intentions. He was respecting and loving the Amazonian people just the same way as our Holy Mother loved and dressed like the people when she came as Our Lady of Guadalupe.
        I recently had the wonderful opportunity to watch many of our Holy Father’s Masses during this recent blessed time of the pandemic and he spoke on idols a couple of times. The words he used were so beautiful but also so convincing that he indeed meant what he said with regards to Pachamama, that I was, once again, filled with tremendous sorrow at the diabolical way with which the media is falsely portraying our Holy Father in order that we may not listen to him.
        I can send you those videos of those Masses If you would like to see them. One was during the Mass where the first reading was on the bronze serpent and the other I don’t remember, but can find if need be. He mentioned idols so many times and clearly was tremendously not in favor of them.
        God bless you Mr Manos

        • John B. Manos says:

          I don’t doubt that he said things that resonate as very true and insightful. The trouble is that he also says other things that are contrary and confusing. What happened last fall was the enthronement of a women goddess in the Vatican. I wrote and spoke about it BEFORE it happened (see the Nacht der Amazonen post). While Pope Francis watched, the Pachamama idol was enthroned. Calling it something else doesn’t change what it was. He’s really confused on a lot of this mess — and setting up an environmental fund at the Vatican for the environment will do nothing to improve stewardship for creation. It’s a slush fund for oligarchs seeking to fleece us with the pretense of morals.

          • Jane says:

            Pope Francis did say there were no idolatrous intentions. That’s very clear to me.

  • Darren says:


    As always, your articles inspire me, give me hope and bring some peace to my soul.

    I need some advice. I’m being pushed with “inclusivity and diversity” and that there is “sexual orientations” at the Air Force. Do I just stay silent? Don’t know how much more of the lies I can take. So much for the military and their “critical thinking”. They don’t know how to think either spouting garbage and being “groupthink” which they warn about. They themselves have drunk the Kool-Aid.

    Reminds me of an interview with Alexander Solzhenitsyn where he said to survive in the USSR “one had to believe in a lie”. That’s pretty much where we are.

    God bless.

    • John B. Manos says:

      Thanks be to God! Your question is tough. We know God made them man and woman. We also know that sanity is conformity of the mind to reality. Thus, speaking a lie is the beginning of insanity. Solzhenitsyn makes this point to the youth- never to repeat the lies. I do think this Marxist putsch is on its last legs however. So you may be seeing the last gasps it takes as it tries to pull everyone down with it. Our bishops are doing the same right now. Our Lady is going to crush it. I think very soon.