Intrepid Laywoman rebels against closure of Churches

by Br. Alexis Bugnolo

The masonic governments of the Italian Regions of Lombardia and Veneto, in northern Italy, have ordered all Catholic Churches closed to prevent the spread of the Corona Virus. At the same time they have left nearly everything else open, even trains and subways where the confined warm spaces make it much more likely to transmit the virus than the unheated Churches of Italy.

The Clergy of both dioceses have shown no opposition, and have left the faithful without any public masses in two entire Dioceses!

They could have celebrated the Mass in the open air. But, No, they chose to abandon the faithful. They could have organized mass rallies to protest the orders which target on the Catholic Churches. But no.

IMG-20200301-WA0000But one intrepid laywoman is not having it. She has decided to go on her own small crusade, by posting the following leaflet on bulletin boards in her city. The message reads:  Saint Pius X …  The Shepherds, who would deprive the faithful of the Sacrifice of the Mass and of the Sacraments, would no longer constitute the Church instituted by Christ.

She is placing her testimony next to vocational posters of the Archdiocese of Venice.

I say: God BLESS THIS WOMAN! She has more faith than all the clergy of her diocese!

FromRome.Info is told that she is a reader of FromRome.info! This is a great honor for FromRome.Info!

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11 thoughts on “Intrepid Laywoman rebels against closure of Churches”

  1. I cannot find the quotation from St Pius X.
    Please could you provide a reference to it.
    I want to post something similar in Hong Kong, where all Masses are suspended, but curiously all Apple and IKEA stores are open – and as usual packed more densely than any Catholic church I have ever seen.
    Mammon must be served; God must not, it seems, thanks to our faithless shepherds in charge.
    And by the way, that includes Cardinal Zen, who many make out to be a hero for his stance regarding mainland China. But he does not speak out against the abolition of public Mass in his own former Diocese.

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    1. As for the quote, I do not know its source. Since Cardinal Zen lives in Hong Kong, I would suggest you speak with him in person and point out that AIDS is more deadly, and transmitted through saliva, but no one has ever caught aids at Mass. God protects His people. We must believe in that or we do not believe He is the Eucharist.

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  2. Correcting previous comment suspension not abolition. So far four Holy Days of obligation missed – three Sundays and Ash Wednesday – and no return in sight.
    Freemasons are, I am sure, very happy about this here, too. And Macau, Singapore etc.

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  3. As I said, this is a bigger issue than method of reception. All Masses are currently suspended in Hong Kong – except weddings and funerals. Since hardly any couples are likely to get married in the current climate, that leaves funerals only.
    Schools and universities are also suspended. But the measures are all inconsistent.

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    1. Praying for you and yours, Paul. So sorry to hear that Cdl Zen has not spoken out about suspensions.

      Br. Bugnolo–have you addressed the spiritual affects of betrayal and remedies for them? If so , would you re-post the recommendations? Thank you.

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      1. Simply that you have posted many instructive suggestions for combatting a variety of vices and spiritual malaises and among them I thought I recalled a post about overcoming the affects of having been betrayed by those we have trusted.

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