Thursday, September 10, 2009

Rhine Group and Sympathiser's Must be Neutralized

The Rhine Group especially the German Bishops and Periti quite easily took control of the Second Vatican Council and virtually had their way. As time went by it became increasingly apparent that the R.G. espoused theological concepts which are incompatible with Traditional Catholicism. Their absolute control continued in the post-Conciliar period as the implementation phase was carried out e.g. the Concilium. The negative Conciliar fruit which has been forthcoming over the past 40+ years is the direct result of the Rhine Group et al. accomplishing their agenda.

If the disastrous effects which now afflict the Catholic Church are to be reversed it appears that the Neo-Modern heresies sponsored by the Rhine Group must be recognized for what they are and definitively rejected. The Rhine Group and all who support their heterodox teachings must be identified and eliminated from the Church lest they infect even the small remnant of Traditional Catholic believers who still exist ("But even if we or an angel from heaven should preach a gospel other than the one we preached to you, let him be eternally condemned!", Gal. 1:8). The Rhine Group and their followers do not profess/possess the True Faith of Jesus Christ as handed down from the Apostles, the Church Fathers, the martyrs and the saints. It is past time for an orthodox Bishop to come forward and level multiple charges of heresy against the post-Conciliar Vatican and to demand that it defend itself against the charge of heresy/apostasy. The eternal salvation of souls is at stake.

--Dr. J. P. Hubert

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