Fr. Longenecker gives traditional Catholics the left foot of fellowship (Get on board Vatican II or get out.)
“Is the radical traditionalist blogosphere not only “a cesspool,” but an asylum for Catholic crazies? If readers care that much, I suggest they browse through the named websites and draw their own conclusions…” Read more: Radical Catholic blogs may be a cesspool, but saying so won’t help http://www.cruxnow.com/church/2016/05/27/radical-catholic-blogs-may-be-a-cesspool-but-saying-so-wont-help/
“Note to Fr. Longernecker and those like him – you better pay attention to the anger that is bubbling up. You better pay attention to the West’s return to the Mass of Trent. You better pay attention to what the faithful are saying about Pope Francis whenever they are in ‘safe’ company. For, there are two types of people in this day in age. There are those who live in the Palace of Versailles and end up getting beheaded, and there are those who are storming Versailles looking for someone to behead. There is no room in Versailles for longnecking.” Read more: Fr. Longenecker and the Longnecking of RadTrads http://www.davidlgray.info/blog/2016/05/longnecker/
“The Modernist monstrosity known as the Second Ecumenical Council of the Vatican opened on October 11, 1962, and officially closed on December 8, 1965, almost exactly 50 years ago. “Vatican II”, as it came to be known, laid the doctrinal and pastoral groundwork for the Novus Ordo Religion, which is why in most cases, the “New Catholicism” that emerged after the death of Pope Pius XII (1958) refers back into the past no further than “Pope” John XXIII (Angelo Roncalli, d. 1963), its founder, and his disastrous council, where Catholicism was essentially demolished and reinvented from the ground up.
“Vatican II, which was solemnly promulgated and imposed by Roncalli’s successor, “Pope” Paul VI (Giovanni Battista Montini, d. 1978), has been called the “French Revolution in the Church”, and with good reason, as it introduced the Freemasonic notions of liberty, equality, and fraternity from the revolution of 1789 into the structures of the Catholic Church under the concepts of religious freedom, ecumenism, and collegiality, the three pillars of the council that have caused havoc throughout the Catholic world ever since.” Please read and listen to the truth about Vatican II (in depth) here: Vatican II: The Documents Examined http://www.novusordowatch.org/wire/vatican2-documents-examined.htm