Apologetics, Traditionalism

Communist Infiltration into the Church

aa-1025The book titled, AA-1025: Memoirs of the Communist Infiltration Into the Church, describes how communists became priests to subvert the Church from the inside; and even if the book itself is not entirely accurate in its historical depiction of events surrounding the infiltration, the description of how it is to be accomplished is remarkably accurate with what we see every day from the modernists in the Catholic heirarchy. In addition to this, let’s not forget about the leaked emails during the recent presidential election where John Podesta speaks of infiltrating the Church to change her views on sexual ethics.

With this background in mind, consider this passage from the book,

“In fact, it seemed to me that the whole world was in my hands at that moment. I calmly explained: ‘You must drive into the head of men, and particularly into the head of Churchmen, to search for, at any price, a universal religion into which all churches would be melded together. So that this idea could take form and life, we must inculcate pious people, especially Roman Catholics, a feeling of guilt concerning the unique truth in which they pretend to live.’ ‘Are you not yourself utopian in the second part of your position?’ ‘No, no, not at all,’ I replied vividly. ‘I was Catholic, and very Catholic, I mean, very pious and zealous until my fourteenth year, and I believe it to be rather easy to show Catholics that there are other holy persons among the Protestants, the Moslems and the Jews, etc., etc….’ ‘Let us admit this,’ he answered me, ‘but then what sentiment will the other religions have?’ ‘It will vary,’ said I, ‘and I still must study this aspect of the problem; but for me, it is essential to strike deeply and definitely at the Catholic Church. It is the most dangerous one.’ ‘And how would you see this Universal Church to which you would like to have all churches run?’ ‘I see it very simple,’ said I, ‘it could not be otherwise but simple. So that all men could enter it, it could retain a vague idea of God, more or less Creator, more or less Good, according to the times. Moreover, this God will be useful only in periods of calamity. Then the ancestral fear will fill these temples, but in other times, they will be rather empty.’ The Uncle thought it over a good while, then he said to me, ‘I fear that the Catholic clergy will quickly notice the danger and be hostile to your plan.’ I replied sharply, ‘This is what has happened until now. My idea was launched by non-Catholics, and the Catholic Church has always closed its doors to such a program. It is precisely why I wanted to study they way to make it change its mind. I know that this will not be easy, that we will have to work hard at it, during twenty or even fifty years, but how we should succeed in the end.’ ‘By what means?’ ‘By numerous and subtle means. I look at the Catholic Church as if it were a sphere. To destroy it, you must attack it in numerous small points until it loses all resemblance to what it was before. We will have to be very patient. I have many ideas that might seem at first sight to be petty and childish, but I maintain tha the entirety of those petty childishnesses will become an invisible weapon of great efficacy.’”

Finally, this brief passage,

“I know too well the vulnerability of Christians to doubt of my future success. I believe that this vulnerability can be entitled ‘Charity.’

At the mention of this sacrosanct word charity, we can inoculate them with any kind of remorse. And remorse is always a state of lowered resistance.”

The description of creating a Universal Church is especially shocking when we see videos such as this being promoted:

What this video is promoting is the Cultural Marxist ideology of multiculturalism disguised as an ecumenism seeking “dialogue” with other religions. On this view, an orthodox Catholic identity is “too rigid,” so the best thing to do is erase this identity by saying all religions are the same, we are all children of God.

This mindset ignores the fact that in order to have a true love for God, it must come through the revelation of Jesus Christ. As Saint Paul says, “The times of ignorance God overlooked, but now commands all men everywhere to repent, because he has fixed a day on which he will judge the world in righteousness by a man whom he has appointed, and of this he has given assurance to all men by raising him from the dead.” (Acts  17:30, 31) To have the Father one must have the Son. If you reject the Son, you reject the Father, which in turn means the spurning of the Holy Spirit who proceeds from the Father and the Son, therefore rejecting the one, true, Trinitarian God.

Finally, this Universal Church would most likely end in the destruction of the necessary boundaries concerning liturgy. It is now conceivable to believe that there is a possibility for a concept that was once unthinkable – interfaith communion. This may seem too outrageous for serious consideration, but when the the current climate in the Church is one that seeks accommodation with every heretical religion in the name of exploiting a misunderstanding of ecumenism, anything is possible.

Those remaining loyal to the Scripture, Tradition, and Magisterium of the Catholic Church must remain uncompromising in their faith. These may be trying times, but hard times will result in a greater glory for God.

 

– Lucas G. Westman

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