Wednesday, March 25, 2015

The Heresies of Paul VI

Currently, I have updated many of my believes to be more in line with Vatican II and I do no longer adhere to the position that Vatican II is heretical, or that Saints and adherents to Vatican II (and other canonized by Vatican II) such as Mother Theresa was heretical or damned – or that they are unworthy of this title. Why have I changed position? That is simply because damnation is something evil and because Vatican II is more open for universal salvation, whereas the pre-Vatican II Church was not.

For more information on this topic, and why damnation is evil and why the Vatican II Church teaches something good with being more open to universal salvation, see this post:

The Amazing Heresies of Antipope Paul VI Exposed
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14. The Heresies of Paul VI (1963-1978), the man who gave the world the New Mass and the Teachings of Vatican II

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“How could a successor of Peter have caused in so short a time more damage to the Church than the Revolution of 1789?... the deepest and most excessive in Her history… what no heresiarch has ever succeeded in doing?... Do we really have a pope or an intruder sitting on the Chair of Peter?”1 (Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre, commenting on Paul VI’s reign in 1976)

Paul VI

Paul VI was the man who claimed to be the head of the Catholic Church from June 21, 1963 to August 6, 1978. He was the man who promulgated the Second Vatican Council and the New Mass. We’ve already seen that the evidence indicates that the man who preceded and elevated Paul VI, John XXIII, was a Freemason and a manifest heretic. We’ve also seen that the documents of Vatican II contain many heresies, and that the New Mass, which Paul VI eventually promulgated, represented a liturgical revolution.

Paul VI solemnly ratified all 16 documents of Vatican II. It is not possible for a true pope of the Catholic Church to solemnly ratify teachings that are heretical. As we will show in more detail later in this book, the fact that Paul VI did solemnly ratify the heretical teachings of Vatican II proves that Paul VI was not a true pope, but an antipope.

It’s important to keep in mind that Paul VI was the one who gave the world the New Mass, the other new “sacraments,” and the heretical teachings of Vatican II. If you go to the New Mass or embrace the teachings of Vatican II, the confidence that you have that these things are legitimate is directly connected to the confidence that you have that Paul VI was a true Catholic pope.

We will now expose the amazing heresies of Paul VI. We will show, from his official speeches and writings, that Paul VI was a complete apostate who was not even remotely Catholic. All of the official speeches and writings of the men who claim to be pope are contained in the Vatican’s weekly newspaper, L’ Osservatore Romano. The Vatican has reprinted issues of their newspaper from April 4, 1968 to the present. From those speeches, we will now prove that Paul VI was not a true pope because of the irrefutable and undeniable evidence that he was a complete heretic and an apostate.


The Catholic Church teaches that all non-Catholic religions are false. There is only one true Church, outside of which no one can be saved. This is Catholic dogma.

Pope St. Gregory the Great, 590-604: “The holy universal Church teaches that it is not possible to worship God truly except in her and asserts that all who are outside of her will not be saved.”5

All of the other religions belong to the Devil. This is the teaching of Jesus Christ, the Catholic Church and Sacred Scripture. See 1 Cor. 10:20 and Psalm 95:5. Anyone who shows esteem for non-Christian religions, or regards them as good or deserving of respect, denies Jesus Christ and is an apostate.

Paul VI, General Audience, Nov. 8, 1972: “Ecumenism began in this way; as respect for non-Christian religions…”6

Pope Pius XI, Mortalium Animos (# 2), Jan. 6, 1928: “… that false opinion which considers all religions to be more or less good and praiseworthy... Not only are those who hold this opinion in error and deceived, but also in distorting the idea of true religion they reject it...”7

Here is more of what Paul VI thought about non-Christian religions of the Devil:

Paul VI, Address, Sept. 22, 1973: “…noble non-Christian religions…”8

This is apostasy – a total rejection of Jesus Christ.

Paul VI, General Audience, Jan. 12, 1972: “…a disconcerting picture opens up before our eyes: that of religions, the religions invented by man; attempts that are sometimes extremely daring and noble…”9

Here Paul VI says that religions invented by man are sometimes extremely noble! This is apostasy – a rejection of Jesus Christ and the Catholic Faith.

Paul VI, Message, Dec. 6, 1977: “…non-Christian religions, which the Church respects and esteems…”10

He is saying that he esteems false religions.

Paul VI, Message, Nov. 24, 1969: “…overcome divisions, by developing a mutual respect between the different religious confessions.”11

Paul VI, Address, Dec. 3, 1970: “We greet with respect the representatives of all the other religions who have honored us by their presence.”12

Paul VI, General Audience, July 6, 1977: “We welcome with sincere respect the Japanese delegation of the Konko-kyo religion.”13

In his Address, Aug. 22, 1969, Paul VI praised the Hindu Gandhi, and stated that he was: “Ever conscious of God’s presence…”14

Hindus are pagans and idolaters who worship many different false gods. For Paul VI to praise the notorious Hindu Gandhi as “ever-conscious of God’s presence” shows again that Paul VI was a complete religious indifferentist. Paul VI also officially praised the false religion of Hinduism in the official Vatican II document Nostra Aetate #2 (on non-Christian religions), as we quoted in the section on Vatican II.

Paul VI, Apostolic Exhortation, Dec. 8, 1975: “The Church respects and esteems these non- Christian religions…”15

Notice again that Paul VI esteems false religions; this is satanic.

Paul VI, Address, Aug. 24, 1974: “Religious and cultural differences in India, as you have said, are honored and respected… We are pleased to see that this mutual honor and esteem is practiced…”16

Paul VI says that religious differences are honored in India and that he is pleased to see this. This means that he honors the worship of false gods.

Paul VI, Address to Synod of Bishops, Sept. 2, 1974: “Likewise we cannot omit a reference to the non-Christian religions. These, in fact, must no longer be regarded as rivals, or obstacles to Evangelization…”17

Here Paul VI boldly reveals that he is preaching a new Gospel. Non-Christian religions, he tells us, are no longer our obstacle to evangelization. This is an antichrist religion of apostasy.

Pope Gregory XVI, Mirari Vos (# 13), Aug. 15, 1832: “They should consider the testimony of Christ Himself that ‘those who are not with Christ are against Him,’ (Lk. 11:23) and that they disperse unhappily who do not gather with Him. Therefore, ‘without a doubt, they will perish forever, unless they hold the Catholic faith whole and inviolate’ (Athanasian Creed).”18

Paul VI, Address to Dalai Lama, Sept. 30, 1973: “We are happy to welcome Your Holiness today… You come to us from Asia, the cradle of ancient religions and human traditions which are rightly held in deep veneration.”19

Paul VI tells us that it is right to hold false religions which worship false gods in “deep veneration”! This may be the worst heresy that Paul VI uttered.

Paul VI, Message to Pagan Shinto Priests, March 3, 1976: “We know the fame of your temple, and the wisdom that is represented so vividly by the images contained therein.”21

This is one of the most evil, revealing and heretical statements that Paul VI ever uttered. He is praising the wisdom contained in the images in the pagan Shinto Temple; in other words, he is praising the idols of the Shintoists!


Buddhism is a false, pagan religion of the East which teaches belief in re-incarnation and karma. Buddhists hold that life is not worth living, and that every form of conscious existence is an evil. Buddhists worship various false gods. Buddhism is an idolatrous and false religion of the Devil. Here’s what Paul VI thought about Buddhism:

Paul VI, General Audience to Japanese Buddhists, Sept. 5, 1973: “It is a great pleasure for us to welcome the members of the Japanese Buddhists Europe Tour, honored followers of the Soto-shu sect of Buddhism… At the Second Vatican Council the Catholic Church exhorted her sons and daughters to study and evaluate the religious traditions of mankind and to ‘learn by sincere and patient dialogue what treasures a bountiful God has distributed among the nations of the earth’ (Ad Gentes, 11)… Buddhism is one of the riches of Asia…”22

According to Paul VI, the false, pagan and idolatrous religion of Buddhism is one of the “riches” of Asia!

Paul VI, General Audience to Japanese Buddhist Mission Tour, Oct. 24, 1973: “Once again it is our pleasure to welcome a distinguished group of the Japan Buddhist Mission Tour. We are happy to reiterate the esteem we have for your country, your noble traditions…”23

Paul VI, Speech to Tibetan Buddhist Spiritual Leader, Jan. 17, 1975: “The Second Vatican Council has expressed sincere admiration for Buddhism in its various forms… We wish Your Holiness and all your faithful an abundance of Prosperity and Peace.”24

Notice his idolatry and apostasy in admiring, not only Buddhists, but the false religion of Buddhism.

Paul VI, Address to Buddhists, June 5, 1972: “It is with great cordiality and esteem that we greet so distinguished a group of Buddhist leaders from Thailand... We have a profound regard for… your precious traditions.”22

Paul VI to a group of Buddhist Leaders, June 15, 1977: “To the distinguished group of Buddhist leaders from Japan we bid a warm welcome. The Second Vatican Council declared that the Catholic Church looks with sincere respect on your way of life… On this occasion we are happy to recall the words of St. John: ‘The world, with all it craves for, is coming to an end; but anyone who does the will of God remains forever’.”26

He first says that the Catholic Church looks with sincere respect upon the Buddhists’ way of life. This is heresy. He then says that, on this occasion, he must recall the words of St. John: anyone who does the will of God remains forever. His meaning is clearly that Buddhists will live forever; that is, they will be saved. This is totally heretical.


Islam is a false religion which denies the Divinity of Christ and rejects the Most Holy Trinity. Besides rejecting the true God, Islam allows polygamy up to four wives, and its followers (Muslims) spread this false religion with a zeal unequalled by the others. Islam is the most viciously anti-Christian major false religion in the world. To convert to Christianity in many Islamic countries means death. The propagation of the true Faith is strictly prohibited by the Muslims. Islamic society is one of the most evil things in human history. Here is what Paul VI thought about this false religion which rejects Christ and the Trinity:

Paul VI, Speech, Sept. 9, 1972: “We would also like you to know that the Church recognizes the riches of the Islamic faith – a faith that binds us to the one God.”28

Paul VI speaks about the “riches” of the Islamic Faith, a “Faith” that rejects Jesus Christ and the Trinity. He says this “Faith” binds us to the One God. This is apostasy.

Paul VI, Address, Sept. 18, 1969: “…Moslems… along with us adore the one and merciful God, who on the last day will judge mankind.”29

Moslems don’t worship the one true God, the Holy Trinity, together with Catholics, as we covered in the section on the heresies of Vatican II. To assert that Muslims do worship the same God as Catholics is heresy. And Moslems certainly don’t worship God who will judge mankind on the last day, Jesus Christ.

Paul VI, Address to Muslim Ambassador, June 4, 1976: “... Moroccan Moslems … our brothers in faith in the one God. You will always be made very welcome and you will find esteem and understanding here.”30

He says that Muslims are brothers in the Faith. This is apostasy. He then says that Muslims will always find esteem at the Vatican.

Paul VI, Address, Dec. 2, 1977: “…the Moslems (who) profess to hold the faith of Abraham, and together with us they adore the one, merciful God, mankind’s judge on the last day, as the Second Vatican Council solemnly declared.” 31

Paul VI, Address, August, 1969: “…Our lively desire to greet, in your persons, the great Moslem communities spread throughout Africa? You thus enable Us to manifest here Our high respect for the faith you profess… In recalling the Catholic and Anglican Martyrs, We gladly recall also those confessors of the Moslem faith who were the first to suffer death…”32

He mentions his high respect for the false faith of Islam, and he commemorates Muslims who witnessed to this false religion through death. This is total apostasy.

Paul VI, Angelus Address, Aug. 3, 1969: “Twenty-two martyrs were recognized, but there were many more, and not only Catholics. There were also Anglicans and some Mohammedans.”33

This is probably the most scandalous statement we’ve ever seen regarding the heresy that there are non-Catholic martyrs. Paul VI says that Muslims (who don’t even believe in Christ or the Trinity) are martyrs, in addition to Anglicans. This is truly amazing and totally heretical.

Pope Eugene IV, Council of Florence, 1441, ex cathedra: “….nobody can be saved, no matter how much he has given away in alms and even if he has shed blood in the name of Christ, unless he has persevered in the bosom and unity of the Catholic Church.”34

Pope Eugene IV, Council of Florence, dogmatic Athanasian Creed, 1439: “Whoever wishes to be saved, needs above all to hold the Catholic faith; unless each one preserves this whole and inviolate, he will without a doubt perish in eternity…”35


Paul VI, Address, July 9, 1969: “She [the Church] has also affirmed, during Her long history, at the cost of oppression and persecution, freedom for everyone to profess his own religion. No one, She says, is to be restrained from acting, no one is to be forced to act in a manner contrary to his own beliefs… As we said, the Council demanded a true and public religious freedom…”36

This is completely false and heretical. The Catholic Church has affirmed during her long history, at the cost of oppression and persecution, that the religion of Jesus Christ is the only one that is true; and that Christ is truly God and truly man. Paul VI would have us believe, however, that the martyrs were tortured horribly, not for their profession of faith in Christ, but in order for all to have freedom to profess their various false religions! This is an astoundingly heretical distortion of the truth!

Paul VI, Message, Dec. 10, 1973: “… the repeated violations of the sacred right to religious liberty in its various aspects and the absence of an international agreement supporting this right…”37

Paul VI, Letter, July 25, 1975: “…the Holy See rejoices to see specifically emphasized the right of religious liberty.”38

Again, in the section on Vatican II we showed that the doctrine on religious liberty which was advocated by Paul VI was, in fact, condemned by Catholic popes.


Here we see Paul VI giving a clear Masonic handshake to the Eastern Schismatic Patriarch of Constantinople, Athenagoras, on Jan. 5, 1964. The two also mutually lifted the reciprocal excommunications of 1054. Translation: this means that Paul VI considered that the Eastern "Orthodox" are no longer excommunicated even though they deny the Papacy. Therefore, according to him, the Papacy is not a dogma binding under pain of excommunication.

The Eastern Orthodox are schismatics who reject Papal Infallibility and the last 13 General Councils of the Catholic Church. They reject that the Holy Ghost proceeds from the Second person of the Trinity; they permit divorce and remarriage; and many of them reject the Immaculate Conception. Here’s what Paul VI thought of these schismatis:

Paul VI, Speech, April 19, 1970, speaking of the deceased schismatic Patriarch of Moscow: “To the very end he was conscious and solicitous for his great ministry.”39

He says that leadership in a schismatic church is a great ministry.

Paul VI, Address, Jan. 24, 1972: “…greet among us an eminent representative of the venerable Orthodox Church… a man of great piety...” 40

Paul VI, Speech, Jan. 23, 1972: “…the great, venerable and excellent Orthodox Patriarch…”41

Paul VI, Address to Schismatic Delegation, June 27, 1977: “Then, ten years later, we paid a visit to your holy Church…”42

Paul VI, General Audience, Jan. 20, 1971: “… the venerable Eastern Orthodox Churches…”43

He says that schismatic churches are venerable.

Paul VI, speaking of the death of the Schismatic Patriarch Athenagoras, July 9, 1972: “…we recommend this great man to you, a man of a venerated Church…”44

Paul VI, Address, May 25, 1968: “…the venerable Orthodox Church of Bulgaria.”45

Paul VI, Common Declaration with Patriarch of Syrian Schismatic Sect, Oct. 27, 1971: “This should be done with love, with openness to the promptings of the Holy Spirit, and with mutual respect for each other and each other’s Church.”46

So Paul VI respects the rejection of the Papacy and Papal Infallibility.

Paul VI, Telegram upon election of new Schismatic Patriarch of Constantinople, July, 1972: “At the moment when you assume a heavy charge in the service of the Church of Christ…”47

This means that the schismatic Church is the Church of Christ according to antipope Paul VI.

Paul VI, Address, Dec. 14, 1976: “…very dear Brothers, sent by the venerable Church of Constantinople… we carried out the solemn and sacred ecclesial act of lifting the ancient anathemas, an act with which we wished to remove the memory of these events forever from the memory and the heart of the Church…”48

The schismatic “Orthodox” are anathematized by the Catholic Church for denying the Papacy, and not accepting dogmas of the Catholic Faith. But Paul VI solemnly lifted these anathemas against them, as we mentioned above. Like the statement above, this address of Paul VI means he attempted to overturn the Papacy as a dogma which must be believed under pain of anathema or condemnation.

Pope Gregory XVI, May 27, 1832: “Be not deceived, my brother; if anyone follows a schismatic, he will not attain the inheritance of the kingdom of God.”50

Paul VI, Letter to Schismatic, November, 1976: “…the first Pan-Orthodox Conference in preparation for the Great Holy Council of the Orthodox Churches is beginning its work… for the best service of the venerable Orthodox Church.”51

He calls the schismatic council “holy” and the schismatic Church “venerable.” Paul VI was a schismatic.

Paul VI, General Audience, Jan. 24, 1973: “…our brother of venerated memory, the ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople…”52

Paul VI, Message concerning deceased Russian schismatic, April 7, 1972: “…we express to Your Eminence and the Holy Synod of the Georgian Orthodox Church our sincere condolences with the assurance of our prayers for the eternal repose of your pastor…”53

Paul VI, Message, May 23, 1968, to the Schismatic Patriarch of Moscow: “…Holiness, on the occasion of the celebrations for the fiftieth anniversary for the day when the Synod of the whole Orthodox Church of Russia re-established the Patriarchal See of Moscow… we have delegated to participate in the solemn celebrations which will take place in your Patriarchal City our very dear brothers in the Episcopate…”54

He calls the schismatic Patriarch “Holiness” and celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of the schismatic Church.

Paul VI, Speech to Schismatic, July 1, 1978: “We receive you with affection and esteem.”55

Paul VI, General Audience, Nov. 30, 1977: “We greet you joyfully, beloved brothers, who represent here His Holiness Patriarch Pimen and the Russian Orthodox Churchall our esteem and brotherly love to His Holiness Patriarch Pimen, to his clergy and to the whole people of the faithful.”56

Paul VI went on to say in a letter about the schismatic Athenagoras (July, 1972): “…we pray the Lord to receive into His heavenly kingdom him…”57

Paul VI, Joint Declaration with the Schismatic “Pope” Shenouda III, May 10, 1973: “Paul VI, Bishop of Rome and Pope of the Catholic Church, and Shenouda III, Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of the See of St. Mark… In the name of this charity, we reject all forms of proselytism… Let it cease, where it may exist…”58

This is all one really needs to see to know that Paul VI was a schismatic and not a Catholic. He makes a Joint Declaration with a schismatic “pope.” He acknowledges this schismatic as the holder of the See of St. Mark. This is a blasphemy against the Papacy, since this schismatic holds no authority whatsoever. He rejects all forms of proselytism – that is, trying to convert the schismatics – and he says “let it cease where it may exist”! Paul VI was a formal heretic and schismatic.


Protestantism began with the German priest Martin Luther, who left the Catholic Church and started the Protestant revolution in 1517. Luther denied free will, the Papacy, praying to the saints, Purgatory, Tradition, Transubstantiation and the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. Luther replaced the Mass with a memorial service commemorating the Last Supper. All the sacraments except Baptism and the Holy Eucharist were rejected. Luther held that after the fall of Adam man cannot produce any good works. Most Protestants hold the same beliefs as Luther, but all of them reject numerous Catholic dogmas. Here’s what Paul VI thought of these heretics and schismatics:

Paul VI, Angelus Address, Jan. 17, 1971: “From polemical opposition among the various Christian denominations we have passed to mutual respect…”59

Here Paul VI reveals that the Vatican II agenda with regard to Protestant sects has gone from polemical opposition – in other words, an opposition to their false doctrines – to an attitude of mutual respect for, their false religion.

Paul VI, Speech to Representatives of non-Catholic churches in Geneva, June, 1969: “The spirit that animates us… This spirit lays down, as the first basis of every fruitful contact between different confessions, that each profess his faith loyally.”60

Paul VI is saying that the Protestants should not become Catholic, but remain loyal to their own sects.

Paul VI, Homily, Jan. 25, 1973: “…express a respectful and affectionate thought in Christ to Christians of other denominations residing in this city and assure them of our esteem…”61

This is an incredible homily. In it he’s assuring the heretics of other denominations of his esteem. Consider that Paul VI didn’t even personally know all the people he was esteeming. He didn’t know anything about them except that they belong to one of these sects, and he assured them of his esteem on that basis!

Paul VI, Letter, Aug. 6, 1973, to the World Council of Churches: “The World Council of Churches has been created in order, by the grace of God, to serve the Churches and Ecclesial Communities in their endeavors to restore and to manifest to all that perfect communion in faith and love which is the gift of Christ to His Church.”62

Paul VI says that the World Council of Churches has been created to restore and to manifest to all that perfect communion in faith and love which is the gift of Christ to His Church. Notice the astounding implication of this statement. The perfect communion in faith and charity which is the gift of Christ to His Church is the organization of the Catholic Church, the universal Church founded by Christ. But Paul VI says that this is manifested by the World Council of Churches! He has replaced the Catholic Church with the World Council of Churches. The World Council of Churches is an organization made up of many different sects and denominations. A traditional commentator would correctly label it a Communist front group – meant to water-down and liberalize the “Christian” churches of the world. But it is undoubtedly a very heretical ecumenical organization made of various man-made religions.

Paul VI, Discourse, Dec. 12, 1968: “…our sons are on friendly terms with their Christian brothers, Lutheran Evangelicals…”63

Pope Pius IV, profession of faith, Council of Trent, ex cathedra: “This true Catholic faith, outside of which no one can be saved… I now profess and truly hold…”64

Paul VI, Address, April 28, 1977: “…relations between the Catholic Church and the Anglican Communion… these words of hope, ‘The Anglican Communion united not absorbed,’ are no longer a mere dream.”65

This means that Paul VI wants to unite with the Anglican sect without absorbing them; that is, without converting them.

Paul VI, Speech, Aug. 2, 1969: “We wished to meet the Anglican Church which flourishes in this country. We wished to pay homage to those sons of whom it is most proud, those who – together with our own Catholic martyrs – gave the generous witness of their lives to the Gospel...”66

Paul VI, Speaking of the death of the Protestant Martin Luther King, Jr., April 7, 1968: “…we shall all share the hopes which his martyrdom inspires in us.”67

Pope Gregory XVI, May 27, 1832: “Finally some of these misguided people attempt to persuade themselves and others that men are not saved only in the Catholic religion, but that even heretics may attain eternal life.”68


The United Nations is an evil organization that promotes contraception and abortion, and looks to take control of the decision-making for every country on the planet. Former UN Secretary General U Thant praised the Communist Lenin as a man whose “ideals were reflected in the United Nations Charter.”72 Here’s what Paul VI thought of the UN:

Paul VI, Address, Feb. 5, 1972: “…we have faith in the UN.”73

Paul VI, Message, April 26, 1968: “…may all men of heart join together peacefully in order that the principles of the United Nations may be not only proclaimed, but put into effect, and that not only the constitution of States may promulgate them, but public authorities apply them…”74

Paul VI, Address to Secretary General of the U.N., July 9, 1977: “We wish to listen to the voice of the authorized representative of the United Nations Organization… all this merely emphasizes more the beneficial and irreplaceable role of the United Nations Organization…”75

Paul VI, Message to U.N., Oct. 4, 1970: “Today we wish once more to repeat the words which we had the honor to pronounce on 4th October 1965 from the tribune of your assembly: ‘This Organization represents the path that has to be taken for modern civilization and for world peace… Where else, moreover, could these governments and peoples better find a bridge to link them, a table round which they can gather, and a tribunal where they may plead the cause of justice and peace?... who better than the United Nations Organization and its specialized agencies will be able to take up the challenge presented to all mankind?... There exists in effect a common good of man, and it is up to your Organization, because of its dedication to universality, which is its reason for being, to promote it untiringly.”76

First, Paul VI says that the U.N. is the path that has to be taken. He says that the U.N., not the Catholic Church, is the best means for the cause of justice and peace for the world. Second, he says that the U.N. is the universal (that is, Catholic) body for mankind! He is replacing the Church with the UN.


In addition to all of the heresies we have covered in the speeches of Paul VI, he was the man who authoritatively implemented the false Second Vatican Council, changed the Catholic Mass into a Protestant service, and changed the rite of every single Sacrament. He changed the matter or form of the Eucharist, Extreme Unction, Holy Orders, and Confirmation. Paul VI wanted to put Christ to death in the Mass (by removing it and replacing it with a counterfeit), and wanted to kill His Catholic Church by attempting to change the Church completely.

Within two years of the close of Vatican II, Paul VI removed the index of forbidden books, a decision one commentator rightly called “incomprehensible.”

Paul VI then abolished the oath against Modernism, at a time when Modernism was flourishing as never before. On Nov. 21, 1970,107 Paul VI also excluded all cardinals over 80 years of age from participating in papal elections. Paul VI disestablished the papal court, disbanded the Noble Guard and the Palatine Guards.108 Paul VI abolished the rite of Tonsure, all four Minor Orders, and the rank of Subdiaconate.109

Paul VI gave back to the Muslims the Standard of Lepanto. The history of the flag was venerable. It was taken from a Turkish admiral during a great naval battle in 1571. While Pope St. Pius V fasted and prayed the Rosary, an out-numbered Christian fleet defeated a much larger Moslem navy, thus saving Christendom from the infidel. In honor of the miraculous victory, Pius V instituted the Feast of Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary to commemorate her intercession. In one dramatic act, Paul VI renounced not only a remarkable Christian victory, but the prayers and sacrifices of a great pope and saint.”110

Under Paul VI, the Holy Office was reformed: its primary function now was research, not defending the Catholic Faith.111 According to those who watched a film of Paul VI’s visit to Fatima, he did not pray one Hail Mary.112

In 1969, Paul VI removed forty saints from the official liturgical calendar.113

Paul VI removed solemn exorcisms from the baptismal rite. In the place of the solemn exorcisms, he substituted optional prayer that makes only a passing passing reference to fighting the Devil.114

Paul VI granted more than 32,000 requests from priests who had asked to be released from their vows and returned to lay status – the greatest exodus from the priesthood since the Protestant revolution.115

Paul VI's disastrous influence was visible immediately. For example, in Holland not a single candidate applied for admission to the priesthood in 1970, and within 12 months every seminary there was closed.116 Spiritual destruction was everywhere; countless millions left the Church; countless others ceased practicing their Faith and confessing their sins.

And while Paul VI was the cause of this unrelenting disaster and spiritual destruction, like the sly serpent he was, he calculatingly misdirected the attention away from himself. In perhaps his most famous quotation, he noted that Satan’s smoke had made its way into the Temple of God.

Paul VI, Homily, June 29, 1972: “Satan’s smoke has made its way into the Temple of God through some crack…”117

When Paul VI made this statement, everyone looked at the cardinals, the bishops and the priests to discover where this smoke of Satan might be. They looked at everyone except the man who made the statement. But Paul VI was actually the smoke of Satan, and he made the statement to misdirect people away from himself; and in this he was successful. But what is perhaps most frightening is that Paul VI’s famous statement is basically a direct reference to Apocalypse 9:1-3.

Apoc. 9:1-3: “And there was given to him the key of the bottomless pit. And he opened the bottomless pit: and the smoke of the pit arose, as the smoke of a great furnace…”

In Apocalypse 9, we see a direct reference to the smoke of Satan, and to someone who is given the key to unleash it. Antipope Paul VI did not have the keys of Peter, but he was given the key to the bottomless pit. He was the one who brought in the smoke of Satan from the great furnace; as he says, from some crack.

Jean Guitton, an intimate friend of Paul VI, related what Paul VI said at the final session of Vatican II: “It was the final session of the Council,” Guitton wrote, “the most essential, in which Paul VI was to bestow on all humanity the teachings of the Council. He announced this to me on that day with these words, ‘I am about to blow the seven trumpets of the Apocalypse.’”118


In the Apocalypse, chapters 17 and 18, there is predicted that a whore will arise in the last days from the city of seven hills, which is Rome. This whore will tread upon the blood of the martyrs and saints. This whore is clearly contrasted with the immaculate bride of Christ, the Catholic Church. In other words, the whore of Babylon will be a false church from Rome that will appear in the last days. Near the end of this book we bring forward the evidence that the Whore of Babylon is the Vatican II sect, a false bride which arises in Rome in the last days in order to deceive the Catholic Faithful.

In her appearance at La Salette, France, Sept. 19, 1846, the Blessed Mother predicted: “Rome will lose the Faith and become the seat of the Anti-Christ… the Church will be in eclipse.”

We have proven that Paul VI was a complete apostate who believed that false religions are true, that heresy and schism are fine, and that schismatics should not be converted, just to name a few.

If you accept Vatican II or the New Mass or the new sacramental rites – in short, if you accept the Vatican II religion – this is the man whose religion you are following, a manifestly heretical infiltrator, whose whole mission was to attempt to overturn and destroy as much of the Catholic Faith as possible.

Catholics must have no part with Antipope Paul VI’s New Mass (the Novus Ordo) and must completely reject Vatican II and the new sacramental rites. Catholics must completely reject Antipope Paul VI for the non-Catholic antipope he was. Catholics must reject and not support any group which accepts this apostate as a valid pope, or which accepts the New Mass or Vatican II or the new sacramental rites of Paul VI and stay away from all masses of heretical priests, whether valid or nonvalid.

Endnotes for Section 14:

1 Declaration of Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre, August, 1976; partially quoted by Bishop Tissier De Mallerais, The Biography of Marcel Lefebvre, Kansas City, MO: Angelus Press, 2004, p. 505.

2 L’Osservatore Romano (the Vatican’s Newspaper), Dec. 14, 1972, p. 1.

3 L’Osservatore Romano, July 5, 1973, p. 1.

4 The Papal Encyclicals, by Claudia Carlen, Raleigh: The Pierian Press, 1990, Vol. 3 (1903-1939), p. 82.

5 The Papal Encyclicals, Vol. 1 (1740-1878), p. 230.

6 L’Osservatore Romano, Nov. 16, 1972, p. 1.

7 The Papal Encyclicals, Vol. 3 (1903-1939), pp. 313-314.

8 L’Osservatore Romano, Oct. 11, 1973, p. 10.

9 L’Osservatore Romano, Jan. 20, 1972, p. 1.

10 L’Osservatore Romano, Dec. 22, 1977, p. 2.

11 L’Osservatore Romano, Dec. 18, 1969, p. 2.

12 L’Osservatore Romano, Dec. 17, 1970, p. 7.

13 L’Osservatore Romano, July 14, 1977, p. 12.

14 L’Osservatore Romano, Oct. 9, 1969, p. 5.

15 L’Osservatore Romano, Dec. 25, 1975, p. 5.

16 L’Osservatore Romano, Sept. 12, 1974, p. 2.

17 L’Osservatore Romano, Oct. 10, 1974, p. 7.

18 The Papal Encyclicals, Vol. 1 (1740-1878), p. 238.

19 L’Osservatore Romano, Oct. 11, 1973, p. 4.

20 L’Osservatore Romano, Aug. 14, 1969, p. 12.

21 L’Osservatore Romano, March 11, 1976, p. 12.

22 L’Osservatore Romano, Sept. 13, 1973, p. 8.

23 L’Osservatore Romano, Nov. 1, 1973, p. 1.

24 L’Osservatore Romano, Jan. 30, 1975, p. 5.

25 L’Osservatore Romano, June 15, 1972, p. 5.

26 L’Osservatore Romano, June 23, 1977, p. 5.

27 L’Osservatore Romano, June 21, 1973, p. 5.

28 L’Osservatore Romano, Sept. 21, 1972, p. 2.

29 L’Osservatore Romano, Oct. 2, 1969, p. 2.

30 L’Osservatore Romano, June 24, 1976, p. 4.

31 L’Osservatore Romano, Dec. 22, 1977, p. 2.

32 L’Osservatore Romano, Aug. 14, 1969, p. 10.

33 L’Osservatore Romano, Aug. 7, 1969, p. 1.

34 Denzinger 714.

35 Decrees of the Ecumenical Councils, Vol. 1, pp. 550-553; Denzinger, The Sources of Catholic Dogma, B. Herder Book. Co., Thirtieth Edition, 1957, no. 39-40.

36 L’Osservatore Romano, July 17, 1969, p. 1.

37 L’Osservatore Romano, Dec. 20, 1973, p. 3.

38 L’Osservatore Romano, Aug. 14, 1975, p. 3.

39 L’Osservatore Romano, April 23, 1970, p. 12.

40 L’Osservatore Romano, Feb. 10, 1972, p. 3.

41 L’Osservatore Romano, Jan. 27, 1972, p. 12.

42 L’Osservatore Romano, July 14, 1977, p. 10.

43 L’Osservatore Romano, Jan. 28, 1971, p. 1.

44 L’Osservatore Romano, July 13, 1972, p. 12.

45 L’Osservatore Romano, June 6, 1968, p. 5.

46 L’Osservatore Romano, Nov. 4, 1971, p. 14.

47 L’Osservatore Romano, July 27, 1972, p. 12.

48 L’Osservatore Romano, Jan. 1, 1976, p. 6.

49 L’Osservatore Romano, March 18, 1971, p. 12.

50 The Papal Encyclicals, Vol. 1 (1740-1878), p. 230.

51 L’Osservatore Romano, Dec. 30, 1976, p. 8.

52 L’Osservatore Romano, Feb. 1, 1973, p. 12.

53 L’Osservatore Romano, May 11, 1972, p. 4.

54 L’Osservatore Romano, June 6, 1968, p. 4.

55 L’Osservatore Romano, July 13, 1978, p. 3.

56 L’Osservatore Romano, Dec. 15, 1977, p. 4.

57 L’Osservatore Romano, July 13, 1972, p. 12.

58 L’Osservatore Romano, May 24, 1973, p. 6.

59 L’Osservatore Romano, Jan. 21, 1971, p. 12.

60 L’Osservatore Romano, June 19, 1969, p. 9.

61 L’Osservatore Romano, Feb. 8, 1973, p. 7.

62 L’Osservatore Romano, Sept. 6, 1973, p. 8.

63 L’Osservatore Romano, Dec. 26, 1968, p. 4.

64 Denzinger 1000.

65 L’Osservatore Romano, May 5, 1977, p. 1.

66 L’Osservatore Romano, Aug. 14, 1969, p. 1.

67 L’Osservatore Romano, April 18, 1968, p. 2.

68 The Papal Encyclicals, Vol. 1 (1740-1878), p. 229.

69 L’Osservatore Romano, Nov. 26, 1970, p. 7.

70 L’Osservatore Romano, Sept. 5, 1968, p. 10.

71 The Papal Encyclicals, Vol. 5 (1858-1981), p. 227.

72 World Net Daily, Feb. 5, 2000.

73 L’Osservatore Romano, Feb. 17, 1972, p. 5.

74 L’Osservatore Romano, May 2, 1968, p. 4.

75 L’Osservatore Romano, July 21, 1977, p. 6.

76 L’Osservatore Romano, Oct. 15, 1970, p. 3.

77 L’Osservatore Romano, June 17, 1976, p. 3.

78 L’Osservatore Romano, Sept. 22, 1977, p. 11.

79 L’Osservatore Romano, June 15, 1978, p. 3.

80 L’Osservatore Romano, Feb. 11, 1971, p. 12.

81 L’Osservatore Romano, Aug. 14, 1969, p. 8.

82 L’Osservatore Romano, May 27, 1971, p. 5.

83 L’Osservatore Romano, Dec. 2, 1971, p. 3.

84 L’Osservatore Romano, Jan. 20, 1972, p. 7.

85 L’Osservatore Romano, April 19, 1973, p. 9.

86 L’Osservatore Romano, Feb. 7, 1974, p. 6.

87 L’Osservatore Romano, Feb. 28, 1974, p. 3.

88 L’Osservatore Romano, Jan. 2, 1969, p. 12.

89 L’Osservatore Romano, May 8, 1969, p. 3.

90 L’Osservatore Romano, July 24, 1969, p. 12.

91 L’Osservatore Romano, Aug. 5, 1971, p. 12.

92 L’Osservatore Romano, Sept. 12, 1968, p. 1.

93 L’Osservatore Romano, July 24, 1975, p. 2.

94 L’Osservatore Romano, Oct. 7, 1976, p. 2.

95 L’Osservatore Romano, Oct. 28, 1976, p. 4.

96 L’Osservatore Romano, Dec. 16, 1976, p. 4.

97 L’Osservatore Romano, Dec. 30, 1976, p. 1.

98 L’Osservatore Romano, June 19, 1969, p. 6.

99 L’Osservatore Romano, Dec. 25, 1969, p. 3.

100 L’Osservatore Romano, Jan. 1, 1976, p. 11.

101 L’Osservatore Romano, Dec. 30, 1976, p. 1.

102 The Oxford Illustrated Dictionary, p. 425.

103 L’Osservatore Romano, Dec. 30, 1976, p. 5.

104 L’Osservatore Romano, Sept. 24, 1970, p. 2.

105 The Papal Encyclicals, Vol. 3 (1903-1939), p. 6.

106 Fr. Joaquin Arriaga, The New Montinian Church, pp. 394-395.

107 L’Osservatore Romano, Dec. 3, 1970, p. 10.

108 George Weigel, Witness to Hope, p. 238.

109 The Reign of Mary, Vol. XXVI, No. 81, p. 17.

110 Mark Fellows, Fatima in Twilight, Niagra Falls, NY: Marmion Publications, 2003, p. 193.

111 Mark Fellows, Fatima in Twilight, p. 193.

112 Mark Fellows, Fatima in Twilight, p. 206.

113 Nino Lo Bello, The Incredible Book of Vatican Facts and Papal Curiosities, Ligouri, MO: Liguori Pub., 1998, p. 195.

114 The Reign of Mary, Vol. XXVIII, No. 90, p. 8.

115 George Weigel, Witness to Hope, New York, NY: Harper Collins Publishers, Inc., 1999, p. 328.

116 Piers Compton, The Broken Cross, Cranbrook, Western Australia: Veritas Pub. Co. Ptd Ltd, 1984, p. 138.

117 L’Osservatore Romano, July. 13, 1972, p. 6.

118 Jean Guitton, “Nel segno dei Dodici,” interview by Maurizio Blondet, Avvenire, Oct. 11, 1992.

119 L’Osservatore Romano, Dec. 19, 1968, p. 3.

120 The Oxford Illustrated Dictionary, Second Edition, p. 512.

121 L’Osservatore Romano, Nov. 23, 1972, p. 1.

122 L’Osservatore Romano, Jan. 7, 1971, p. 1.

123 L’Osservatore Romano, Sept. 26, 1974, p. 6.

124 L’Osservatore Romano, May 22, 1975, p. 3.

125 L’Osservatore Romano, May 18, 1969, p. 12.

126 L’Osservatore Romano, March 9, 1972, p. 2.

127 L’Osservatore Romano, July 12, 1973, p. 6.

128 L’Osservatore Romano, Oct. 9, 1969, p. 1.

129 Fr. Joaquin Arriaga, The New Montinian Church, p. 391.