Pope St Pius X
Restoring All Things in Christ
This website has been created by two visionaries who have been fasting and praying, not only for unity within the Church for well over a decade now, but also for the annihilation of the evil forces that have infiltrated the Church. We completely understand the revulsion traditionalists have towards the diabolical ABUSES brought into the Mass post 1965 and pray you will join us in continuing to mortify ourselves for the sake of Holy Mother Church with the hope of once again creating unity. We ask that you join us in praying for the destruction of the walls of division created by the serpent in the garden of Eden so we, the prodigal children, can be reunited with the Father in and through Holy Mother Church and consequently bring about the restoration Mary of Buen Suceso of the Purification prophesied to Mother Mariana.
Our mission and ministry is founded on this holy Pope’s papal motto of “to restore all things in Christ”. St. Pius X, ascended to the Chair of Peter in August of 1903 and died in 1914. He is known for his unflinching opposition to Modernism, promoting orthodox teaching and traditional practices. He once referred to Modernism as the synthesis of all heresies.
He promoted the use of the vernacular in teaching catechesis, which really was a beginning of what the Fathers of the Second Vatican Council proposed as a way of speaking to a modern world.
The document on the liturgy, Sacrosanctum Concilium, was issued on December 4, 1963 which was only a few months after the beginning of the Council. In a very clear way this suggests that much of the work on the liturgy, especially in regards to the reordering of the Mass, was initiated prior to the calling of the Council. We propose that this genesis was at the hands of Pope St. Pius X and what continued to develop from his time, leading to the document on the liturgy which was in Pope Benedict XVI eyes, "the Hermeneutics of Continuity."
In 1959, Pope St. John XXIII perceived the need for a council that would positively mark a new phase of the Church’s evangelizing mission. He identified two major objectives:
an adaptation of the Church and apostolate to a world undergoing great transformation and so to develop within the Church new ways of speaking to a modern world,
and a return of unity among Christians.
We must remember that his intent was NOT to modernize the Church but to dialogue with a modern world. The late Cardinal Francis George nailed the intent of the council when he stated: “The 2nd Vatican Council was a limited accomodation to modernity in non essentials for the purpose of evangelization". This is a key ingredient in the understanding of what happened at the end of the Council when the media and some dissident bishops, in the words of Pope Benedict XVI, "hijacked" the intents of the Council. Consequently, this diabolical seizure of the Council led to so many of the abuses we see in the liturgy today! By the end of the Council in 1965, the world was immersed in a spirit of rebellion that focused on sexual license and this, combined with a technological and scientific revolution, created a perfect storm that would corrupt the Church and the world. It was these factors that Pope Benedict surmises, allowed the wolves in sheep's clothing to distort the original intentions of the Second Vatican Council!
When Vatican II is lived out as was intended, whole Dioceses and parishes flourish. In Lincoln Nebraska, Bishop James Conley, a truly orthodox bishop, celebrates the Mass ‘Ad Orientem’ in his cathedral, seminary and wherever else possible. The fruit of this practice of simply celebrating Mass Ad Orientem is simply astonishing! His Diocese has seen 17 men ordained in a two year period, 25 over a five year period, and still have 39 men in seminary formation, in a Diocese of only 96,000 Catholics! Our humble task here is to present the hope of seeing the potential of what can happen if we live out the true intentionality of the Council Fathers, especially with respect to the liturgy. If we do this, it is clear that the unity Pope John XXIII hoped for, can indeed become a reality! The key word again is Restoration.
Although the reactions to the abuses in the Church are understandable, a complete rejection of the Second Vatican Council is not the answer to the restoration the Church so desperately needs. When converts, who are a fruit of Vatican II, hear the words that the Council was ‘not of God’, it understandably deeply wounds the Body of Christ and unintentionally says their genuine conversion is not valued and recognized. We must, in unity, observe and embrace the wonderful Protestant Pastor converts who have entered the Catholic Faith having had their epiphany at the New Mass simply because they HEARD the words of consecration in the vernacular. Can we not at least agree Vatican II could very well have been God way of casting His net out into the deep? The Church has been so blessed by converts such as Dr. Scott Hahn, Stephen Ray and the subsequent converts whose conversion was spawned by these great theologians and consequently inspire so many cradle Catholics to pray for renewed fervour. One of the devil’s most fruitful tactics is ‘Divide and conquer’ and he is certainly being fruitful in this regard. Let’s put our differences aside, grow in Charity with each other and work towards unity by fighting against the tide of rebellion and corruption that was brought into the Church post 1965.
We know from Scripture and approved apparitions of the Blessed Mother, (Fatima and others) that Mary will crush the head of the ancient serpent and in the end her Immaculate Heart will triumph. In a most powerful way in this particular apparition, Mary echoes her place and influence when she appeared to a Spanish mystic, Mother Mariana de Jesus Torres, a Franciscan nun in Quito Ecuador at the end of the fifteenth century. Presenting herself in this apparition as, "Mary of the Buen Suceso of the Purification" (oka Our Lady of Good Success), Our Lady offered a number of prophecies speaking of her own Immaculate Conception, Papal Infallibility and others, but directed the bulk of her thoughts at the situation in the world and the Church in the times that would occur after the middle of the 20th Century. One prophecy that stands out is this one:
"Pray constantly, implore tirelessly, and weep bitter tears in the seclusion of your
heart, beseeching the Eucharistic Heart of my most holy Son to take pity on His
ministers and to end as soon as possible these unhappy times by sending to His
Church the Prelate who shall restore the spirit of her priests."
Could the Prelate who shall restore the spirit of the priests be Cardinal Robert Sarah?
In July 2016, Cardinal Sarah, as Prefect of the Vatican's Congregation of Divine Worship, was certainly echoing these sentiments we are putting forward for serious consideration, at the Sacra Liturgia conference in London. On this occasion, he urged Priests and Bishops to start celebrating Masses facing God, with the people, Ad Orientem.
All the prophecies of Our Lady came to a tragic culmination after the middle of the 20th century in the false implementation of the directives of the Second Vatican Council. These words of the Blessed Mother to Mother Mariana intend a complete Restoration affected by her intervention and this will bring about a new splendor in the Church. This glorious restoration must be affected by what Pope Benedict XVI called, "a reform of the Reform."
To add to this vision and need of a restoration within the Church in regards to implementing Vatican II in the spirit it was originally intended, Pope Paul VI spoke these words one year before he died:
"The time has come, now, to definitely leave aside the disruptive ferments, equally
pernicious in one sense or the other, and to implement fully, according to its right
inspiring criteria, the reform approved by us in application of the decisions of the
We firmly believe that when the implementation of the TRUE spirit of Vatican II is realized then all the scattered forces dividing and inflicting such wounds in the Church will be brought to an end and we will experience a complete Restoration. In this Spirit of Restoration we cry out the Church’s motto for centuries: "As we worship, so we believe, so we live."
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