Norus Ordo Mass
NEW ORDER MASS
There are some who believe that the Roman Catholic Church is the same now as it always was. This is just not true. Not only is this belief incorrect but it can be proven.
It stands to reason, that in order to change the faith of Catholics, to change what they believe and how they believe it, it is necessary to change the liturgical rites and prayers of the Holy Mass.
The Catholic Church teaches clearly that she is infallible/indefectible and spotless in the promulgation of her sacramental rites and sacred laws imposed upon all.
On April 3, 1969, the first day of the Jewish Passover, “Pope” Paul VI introduced what he claimed was simply a “reform” of the Catholic Mass based on “more ancient liturgical sources” (see Paul VI, Missale Romanum, 1969). He called it the “new order of the Mass,” or, in the Latin draft, the “novus Ordo Missae.” Gradually it became known as the “Novus Ordo Mass,” or simply the “New Mass.”
Defenders of the Novus Ordo religion and its new doctrines and churches will often go through all sorts of hair-splitting points about how really no substantial change has occurred and everything is just still orthodox enough so as not to breach Catholic dogma and piety.
CATHOLIC PRAYER (before Vatican II):
Let us pray likewise for the faithless Jews: that the Lord our God may remove from their hearts the veil of unbelief: and that they may come to the knowledge of Jesus Christ our Lord.
Let us pray.
Almighty and eternal God, who drivest not away from Thy mercy even the faithless Jews: hear our prayers, which we offer for the blindness of that people: that acknowledging the light of Thy truth, which is Christ, they may be delivered from their darkness. Through the same Jesus Christ, thy Son our Lord, who liveth and reigneth with thee in the unity of the Holy Ghost, ever one God. world without end.
Now let’s look at the Modernist Novus Ordo prayer:
NOVUS ORDO PRAYER (after Vatican II):
Let us pray
For the Jewish people,
The first to hear the word of God,
That they may continue to grow in the love of his name
And in faithfulness to his covenant.
Almighty and eternal God,
Long ago you gave your promise to Abraham and his posterity.
Listen to your Church as we pray
That the people you first made your own
May arrive at the fullness of redemption.
We ask this through Christ our Lord.
BEFORE AND AFTER
Here is a site which discloses the differences between the services.
Cath·o·lic (kth-lk, kthlk)
1. Of broad or liberal scope; comprehensive: “The 100-odd pages of formulas and constants are surely the most catholic to be found” Scientific American.
2. Including or concerning all humankind; universal: “what was of catholic rather than national interest” J.A. Froude.
a. Of or involving the Roman Catholic Church.
b. Of or relating to the universal Christian church.
c. Of or relating to the ancient undivided Christian church.
d. Of or relating to those churches that have claimed to be representatives of the ancient undivided church.
(They consider the Roman Catholic Church to be THE ONLY true church.)
Also, did you notice it says UNIVERSAL church?
Pope calls for a New World Order
-VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope John Paul II rang in the New Year on Thursday with a renewed call for peace in the Middle East and Africa and the creation of a new world order based on respect for the dignity of man and equality among nations.
-Pope Benedict XVI, the current leader of the Roman Catholic Church, called for what can only be described as a unified world government, which he dubbed a “new evangelization of society” that aligns with the spirit of visions brought forth by previous popes.
In other words, a “New World Order,” in no uncertain terms, is the ultimate goal of the Roman Catholic Church.
-According to Pope Paul VI [- the pope who was elected after him], the Council of Vatican II was that “fissure” through which “the smoke of satan entered into the temple of God.” (June 29, 1972) http://acatholiclife.blogspot.ca/2014/04/the-canonization-of-pope-john-xxiii-its.html
-Pope Francis: From defence of human life to food insecurity, from religious freedom to economic development. This message for World Peace Day on January 1st 2013 is a far reaching reflection on the need to establish right relationships between people and recognise that, in God, we are one human family’
Peace, Pope Benedict insists, is not a naïve, utopian dream, but rather it reflects the deepest longing of the human heart. While we must work hard to build a new world order based on truth, freedom, love and justice, as Pope John XXIII wrote in ‘Pacem in Terris’ half a century ago, we must also recognise that true peace is also a gift from God.
Pope Francis’ Homily at Palm Sunday
“We have also heard another name: Judas. 30 pieces of silver. Am I like Judas? We heard other names: the disciples who understood nothing, who slept while the Lord suffered. Do I sleep through my life? Or am I like the disciples, who did not understand what it meant to betray Jesus? Am I like that other disciple who wanted to resolve everything with the sword? Am I like them? Am I like Judas, who pretends to lover and kissed the Master to hand him over, to betray him? Am I a traitor? Am I like the leaders who hastily put together the tribunal and look for false witnesses? Am I like them? And when I do these things, if I do them, do I believe that I save the people in this way?