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Update on my position

Published on March 13th, 2019

By Matthieu Fecteau

Someone recently told me that he believed that I was wrong when I said that there was a vacancy of the Chair of Peter since Pius XII, since this would contradict the Vatican Council (1869) who teaches that there will be an apostolic succession in perpetuity. One hypothesis put forward was that there could be a pope, but one that would not be known to the general public (since the usurpers Roncalli up to Bergoglio can not be popes since they are heretics).  So a suffering and hidden pope could exist somewhere in the world.

I do not reject this possibility. However, the so-called "sedevacantists" offer a convincing refutation of this argument, demonstrating that the vacancy of the Holy See may be of long duration without the Vatican Council being contradicted. For my part, I am still in confusion and do not know who is really right in all this although I think the "sedevacantist" hypothesis is far more likely to be true. The truth on this point will eventually become manifest when the Church will resurrect. At that moment God, through His Mother, the Blessed Virgin Mary, will perform great miracles that will easily be distinguished from pseudo miracles that demons could do.

However, I intend to focus on promoting, through this site, information on which we can have a certainty. The information contained on the site of Rore Sanctifica demonstrating beyond any doubt the invalidity (since this certainty is based on Faith) of the new rite of consecration of pseudo Novus Ordo bishops is precisely information that we could be certain about.  I want to inform people about this as much as possible, to the best of my abilities.


The new site is launched

Published on February 26th, 2019

The site of the "French Canadian" has just been revamped. The old blog posts have not been transfered from the old site since there was too much confusion in them (before we discovered the truth about the invalid rite of bishops' consecration by Paul VI).

This new site is now bilingual English / French. We wanted to make some of the content accessible to French Canadians who have lost the use of the French language (in Canada and the United States). We consider indeed that our blood and our religion are more important elements of our nationality than the French language.

In the former site (Wordpress), there was a possibility to receive the latest news from the site by email. This option is no longer available directly on this site. To have the equivalent, it is now necessary to copy the link of the main RSS feed of this site (or the French RSS feed if you like better, indeed there will be more articles published in French), and to register on the IFTT "RSS feed to email" applet to automatically receive notifications when new articles are published.

The site has now a new orientation that is well described in this document. This was not the original orientation for this site, but our study of the harmful changes to the bishops' consecration rite by Paul VI in 1968 brought us out of our torpor and confusion (check also this and this). Paul VI, this anti-pope (since the assistance of the Holy Spirit would prevent a true pope from committing this abominable crime), by the changes he made to the rite of consecration of the bishops, have made almost all true bishops and priests disappear in the Roman rite. Indeed all the pseudo-confessions and eucharistic pseudo-consecrations are no longer valid for all pseudo-priests who are in pseudo-"complete communion" with this pseudo-hierarchy in Rome. You can understand the state of the situation by reading about the mystery of iniquity. The Catholic Church is still existent but is not to be confounded with this pseudo-hierarchy in Rome that has no authority. It is not the Catholic Church that is in Rome, but a fraud that masquerades as the Catholic Church. The true Catholic Church continues with the apostolic succession of validly consecrated bishops, which unfortunately are not very numerous, but still exist. Currently, we do not have a pope and the Church seems dead in appearance. The prophecies tell us, however, that she will be resurrected after this long period of purification ...

This drawing is based on a statue of Louis Hébert, a French Canadian pioneer. The statue is located in the Old Quebec. We can notice the look of Louis Hébert directed to Heaven, giving thanks to God for all His Goodness.