Saturday, July 15, 2017
THE COST OF KIKO ARGUELLO'S FICTION
As shown on the post about Blockley's lame brain forage into The Diana, the Diana's, the Kiko's, the Neocats, whatever, are prone to swallowing whole, self-constructed fables.
Be it Kiko's "theology," Pius the Putrid's rants, The Waldo's sickening, self-absorbed, self-stimulating filth, or the fables that are constructed daily by The Diana to assuage the Kiko's ravenous appetite for conjured excrement, it has become - thanks to The Diana - clear to the world that Kiko cannot exist without the base and fallen human propensity for self-aggrandizing fiction, a propensity fanned into flame by an ever-grinning Satan.
For as C.S. Lewis would say (paraphrase), it doesn't matter what we (the devils) get them (the humans) to believe, as long as they don't believe The Truth.
This is why The Diana MUST persist as a pseudonym. This is why the neocats play cat and mouse with their so-called catechetical directory. This is why they switch liturgies when they are in danger of being outed. This is why they can NEVER produce a document. This is why they default to the "approval" of five popes, blah, blah, blah...some of whom (the popes) had unapologetic praise for the greatest ecclesiastical criminal of modern times, Marcial Maciel.
They will go down in the end. Liars always do. But at what cost to souls? And at what cost to bishops and priests who did nothing about Kiko's crippling heresy, and whose skulls - we are told - will pave the floor of hell.
“The road to hell is paved with the skulls of erring priests, with bishops as their signposts.” St. John Chrysostom attributed.
“I do not think there are many among Bishops that will be saved, but many more that perish.” St. John Chrysostom, Extract from St. John Chrysostom, Homily III on Acts 1:12.
“The floor of hell is paved with the skulls of bishops.” St. Athanasius, Council of Nicaea, AD 325 attributed.
“The road to hell is paved with the skulls of bishops.” Saint John Eudes, attributed.
“It must be observed, however, that if the faith were endangered, a subject ought to rebuke his prelate even publicly.” St. Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theologica II, II, q. 33, a. 45
“Augustine says in his Rule: ‘Show mercy not only to yourselves, but also to him who, being in the higher position among you, is therefore in greater danger.’ But fraternal correction is a work of mercy. Therefore even prelates ought to be corrected.” St. Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theologica II, II, q. 33, a. 4, Sed Contra.
“It is better that scandals arise than the truth be suppressed.” Pope St. Gregory the Great 6
“But, when necessity compels, not those only who are invested with power of rule are bound to safeguard the integrity of faith, but, as St. Thomas maintains: ‘Each one is under obligation to show forth his faith, either to instruct and encourage others of the faithful, or to repel the attacks of unbelievers.’”** **Pope Leo XIII7