Michael Voris, Mic'd Up and Louie Verrecchio


Ok, I have a bit of time and thought that I would pass on a link by Louie Verrecchio as well as an SSPX link.

It seems that Michael Voris et al decided to take some swipes at people whose response to this crisis of the Church is shall we say, different than theirs.

I mean of course: SSPX, Angelus Press, Remnant, and Catholic Family News.

First of all, this is Louie's best vid to date and I recommend watching it a couple of times.  The richest part is when Louie points out Michael's statement concerning obedience.

Tradwriter 25: Michael Voris almost gets the SSPX... from Louie Verrecchio on Vimeo.

Courtesy of Louie Verrecchio: Tradwriter on the Mic'd Up - Voris almost get's it!

Now it appears that the SSPX has either caught wind of Voris' latest or just decided to respond to the growing number of 'attacks' that have been launched against them.

Courtesy of SSPX.org: SSPX responds to false accusations

Some food for thought: Ever notice how the SSPX is the common 'enemy' of Voris, and the NeoCon's that Voris chastises?

Perhaps it is because Michael Voris' principles are aligned?



  1. Schism. Seems to me you and Voris are in schism for being in union with a man you repeatedly say talks apostasy. MOreove close or even casual examinantion of the new rite of episcopal ordination shows it is invalid and thus Johey, he, and the rest of the current hierarchy are laymen. The real Church is with the faithful and priest and bishops ordained in the old rites. No? Please prove me wrong or if not join the truth. Larry

    1. Ultimately, if I were to do so I would be leaving the Church as it is a Dogma from the First Vatican Council that there would always be a legitimate successor to the See of Peter

      if anyone says that
      it is not by the institution of Christ the lord himself (that is to say, by divine law) that blessed Peter should have perpetual successors in the primacy over the whole church; or that
      the Roman pontiff is not the successor of blessed Peter in this primacy:
      let him be anathema." Source: http://www.papalencyclicals.net/Councils/ecum20.htm#Chapter 2. On the permanence of the primacy of blessed Peter in the Roman pontiffs

      Secondly, As noted elsewhere, following Church doctrine we KNOW that the post conciliar Popes have all been validly elected.

      So it appears that your concept of the Truth is not based on the doctrine of the Church - hence - I conclude that it isn't the Truth but a lie that you have accepted.



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