Ecumenical Service at Holy Cross Church, Dublin to celebrate newly-instituted World Day for Care of Creation today

"Aha! What about introducing some pagan worship of nature into my pseudo-Catholic Church?"“Aha! What about introducing some pagan worship of nature into my pseudo-Catholic Church?”

Present were “Archbishop” Diarmuid Martin, Orthodox Patriarch Bartholomew of Constantinople and other leaders of “Christian” churches (naturally, only the Catholic Church is truly Christian. As the Catechism of St. Pius X reads:

3 Q. Who is a true Christian?

A. A true Christian is he who is baptised, who believes and professes the Christian Doctrine, and obeys the lawful pastors of the Church.).

According to the Knock website, the ceremony, held at 7.30 pm today, included “readings and reflections on Laudato Si’, with music from Vivaldi’s Four Seasons” (source:


From reading this, don’t you get the feeling that something is missing? God, maybe?

Remember, we weren’t created to live the perfect life here and worship creation, but to prepare ourselves a place in Heaven for the greater glory of God. Nature has its place in the world, but it would be against our Faith – against the First Commandment – to deify it.

The Deharbe Catechism, Introduction:

2. Q: For what end did God create us?

A: God created us that we might know Him, love Him, and serve Him upon earth, and by so doing gain heaven.

And the Catechism of Pius X on the First Commandment:

2 Q. In the words of the First Commandment: Thou shalt not have strange gods before Me, what does God command us?

A. By the words of the First Commandment: Thou shalt not have strange gods before Me, He commands us to acknowledge, adore, love and serve Him alone as our Sovereign Lord.

God alone can be worshipped; worshipping creation is pagan. But this is what the church of Vatican II is teaching, promulgating and encouraging!


St. Pius X, pray for us.

Ecumenical Bible Week in Dublin

Something called an Ecumenical Bible Week is being held in and around Dublin this week (15th-22nd May). Some of the events are taking place in Novus Ordo Churches

This disgraceful event involves many denominations of Protestants (including Quakers, Methodists and Church of Ireland) joining with Novus Ordo Catholics to pray and talk about our environment, “global warming” and the Earth.

Just a reminder: religion should lead man to the contemplation of God, not the Earth. Turning away from God to concentrate on the environment as if it were the most important thing on Earth is pantheism – a heresy which says that God is in everything and therefore everything is God.

So, not only is this abominable event heretical due to its ecumenical nature (First Commandment: “Thou shalt not have strange Gods before Me”) but it is also tinged with the heresy of pantheism.

Time for some Catechism. This is what Deharbe’s Catechism says:

(Part 1: Faith, Chapter 2: Necessity of Faith.)

17. Is faith necessary to salvation? 

Faith is absolutely necessary to salvation; for “without faith it is impossible to please God” (Hebr. 9:6).

“He that believeth not shall be condemned” (Mark 16:16).


18. Will any faith save us?

No; only the true faith, which the Catholic Church teaches, will save us.


19. Why has the Catholic Church alone the true faith?

The Catholic Church alone has the true Faith because she alone received her Faith from Christ Himself through His Apostles, and has always kept it incorrupt.

Application: Rejoice that you are a child of the Catholic Church ; for, as St. Augustine says, there is no wealth so great, no treasure so precious, as the Catholic Faith, because it is the only true, saving Faith.


A link to the Ecumenical Bible Week site can be found at:

Ecumenical Service of Remembrance Held in Dublin

On April 18th, an ecumenical service was held at the Church of the Sacred Heart, Donnybrook in Dublin for the victims of the Brussels attack.

Present were “Archbishops” Diarmuid Martin and Eamonn Martin, Church in Ireland Archbishop Michael Jackson, along with Imam Sheikh Hussein Halawa and the Cantor of the Jewish Community.

More information on the event can be found at

We would like to remind our readers that such an event would have been unheard of a century ago. The heresy of ecumenism puts the Catholic religion on the same footing as other false religions, thus contradicting what the Church has always taught: the Catholic Church is the One True Church.

According to the Oratory Catechism:

“Ecumenism is to be rejected because it opposes the unique status of the Catholic Church as the “pillar and foundation of truth” (1 Tm 3) by attempting to make the Church a means of manufacturing a unity among all Christians, all religious and all mankind.

“Ecumenism does not serve the Truth and, thus, the Catholic Church, but rather the Church is supposed to serve Ecumenism. This signifies a fundamental reversal of the status of the Church in the world. According to this doctrine, the Church should join in the dialogue with all religions and ideologies as an equal partner. The Catholic Church would then appear to be searching for the Truth along with the other partners in the dialogue whereas she herself already is, as the sole saving institution, the goal everyone is striving for.”