Charlie, Charlie


Good afternoon everyone,

I wanted to post right now about something spreading quickly through the realm of many teenage circles nowadays. Popularized by various videos on Twitter and Vine, this occult practice invites the evil one, Satan himself and other evil spirits, to enter into your home and your life.

The Charlie, Charlie “game” is similar to a ouija board, asking for a chance to commune with an evil spirit, thereby permitting the cohorts of the devil to enter into your home and speak with you through this game. Although it seems harmless, it is truly diabolical. It is practices like these that merit the need for a Roman Catholic priest to come and bless your home, and if you go too far, may need an exorcism approved by the church to save you.

I exhort all of you, do not practice this occult game. If you know anyone who has tried this, have them repent, go to confession for the occult practice. If you have done this practice, sprinkle the paper and the pencils/pens used with holy water and then destroy them.

The devil should not be taken lightly, we need to be afraid and never get to the point where we dabble in the occult practices.

God bless you all,




 There was once a young man who went to the same parish for 13 years. In a period of 6 months, the parish was transformed; TV projectors were raised in the sanctuary, the tabernacle moved to another room, all icons were removed and replaced with whitewashed walls. At the end of the 6 months the only thing that identified the building as a Catholic Church was the sign that stood in the entrance into the property. Those who went to the parish started to lose their catholic identity, the love for the mass and the Eucharist was practically non existent , and the lack of devotion was growing. The young man turned to the elders who went to the parish and asked what could be done? They said nothing. The young man went to the parish priest to ask for the restoration of Tradition, the priest was silent. 3 months passed by, in those months the young man had to go to the local basilica for a valid mass.
(The parish)

  One Sunday morning, a new figure celebrated the mass. The young man recognized  him as the Bishop of the Diocese, and so the young man thought on what God wanted him to do, by the end of the mass he entrusted the Holy Ghost to speak for him by speaking through him. At the end of the mass, the bishop stood greeting the faithful and blessing them while taking the a selfie while doing so. The young man stood at a distance, studying the bishop, and waiting for the Holy Ghost to descend upon him. Finally with courage, the young man knelt before the bishop and kissed his ring and as he opened his mouth to speak his eyes began to water due to the pain of the situation. The young man begged the bishop to look into the broken parish. He alerted the bishop of the danger that the souls of the parish were in. He described the liturgical abuse and the lack of reverence for the Eucharist. As he the young man spoke, tears fell down his cheeks, followed by uncontrollable sobbing. The bishop took the young man and told the young man that “He had no peace in his heart” and that “He shouldn’t care about what others did but only about himself.” Instead of looking into the corrupt parish, the bishop chastised the young man for his lack of tolerance.  

(The bishop)

The young man stood in shock, at the unbelief that his bishop did not just care, but that the bishop supported the modernist changes to the young man’s parish. The bishop then moved on to take another selfie… I am that young man. And that parish is St.Issac Joques in the diocese of Orlando. And that bishop is Bishop John Noonan. This happened on March 17,2015 in the basilica of Mary Queen of the Universe at noon. This was my first time seeing the lack of faith of a bishop, and it is an unforgettable event. Brothers and Sisters pray for Bishop John Noonan, and pray for the Crusade of Pope Pius XII (@CPPXII) which has begun it’s crusade to bring back the Faith.-JP

The Third Secret

Since today is the Feast of Our Lady of Fatima it would be wise to read the following:

What is generally called the Third Secret is the third and final part of the full prophetic Secret which the Blessed Virgin gave to three child seers on July 13, 1917.

Three Secrets

What is generally called the Third Secret is the third and final part of the full prophetic Secret which the Blessed Virgin gave to three child seers on July 13, 1917. The other two sections of the Secret (the vision of Hell and the rise of Communist Russia) were publicly revealed with the publication of Sr. Lucy’s memoirs in the 1940s. The final part of the revelation remains in the possession of the Vatican and has not yet been disclosed to the world.

The third one

It was under the direct order of her bishop and with the assistance of Our Lady that Sr. Lucy wrote down the third part of the Secret on January 2, 1944. Speaking to Sr. Lucy, the Queen of Heaven told her that it was God’s Will that she commit the Secret to paper and entrust it to her bishop and, through him, to Pope Pius XII. At that time, the Blessed Virgin also indicated that this part of the Secret was to be revealed to the faithful no later than 1960.

Keeping the Secret

Upon learning that her bishop was unwilling to open the envelope containing the Secret, Sr. Lucy “made him promise,” in the words of Canon Galamba, “that the Third Secret would be opened and read to the world upon her death or in 1960, whichever would happen first.” If her bishop died first, it was agreed that the Secret would be confided to the Cardinal Patriarch of Lisbon. Despite this agreement, the Secret was, in fact, delivered to the Vatican where it has remained undisclosed to the public for over 50 years.

Since 1960 when, after reading the Secret, Pope John XXIII decided not to reveal the contents publicly, there has been growing speculation concerning what it contains. While in the past, speculation often identified the Secret with all sorts of cataclysms and disasters, more recent scholarship has indicated that it most likely concerns the widespread chaos, confusion and loss of faith thathas gripped the Roman Catholic Church since the 1960s.


While the precise wording of the Secret remains unknown to the public, the labors of such famous Fatima scholars as Fr. Joachin Alonso (former official archivist of Fatima) and Br. Michael of the Holy Trinity have nevertheless provided invaluable insights into its meaning and contents. The latter’s monumental 850-page work, The Third Secret, is particularly noteworthy in this regard.

In his book, Br. Michael reports that, when questioned about the Secret, Sr. Lucy said, “It’s in the Gospel and in the Apocalypse, read them!

He notes that she then particularly indicated Chapters VIII through XIII of the Apocalypse (Chapter XIII specifically concerns the rise of the Antichrist). In his study of the Third Secret, Br. Michael builds a powerful and compelling case that the Third Secret is a grave warning of apostasy within the Catholic Faith and a serious indictment of those in the Church hierarchy who have promoted dissent and outright heresy.

Sr. Lucy’s Comments

Although Sr. Lucy was not permitted to reveal the final Secret of our Lady, nothing has prevented her from giving her opinion on the crisis in the Church as an individual person. In a series of letters written between 1969 and 1972, Sr. Lucy reacted vigorously against modernists and others in the Church, in particular those who seek to minimize the importance of the rosary.

She wrote:

This disorientation is diabolical, it is sad that so many people let themselves be dominated by the diabolical wave sweeping over the world! And they are blinded to the point where they are incapable of seeing error! Their principal fault is that they have abandoned prayer.”

The saddest part of all, according to Sr. Lucy, is that so many priests, religious and bishops are swept away in the confusion. “The devil has succeeded in bringing in evil (to the Church) under the guise of good and the blind are beginning to lead others, as the Lord tells us in His Gospel.


In the conclusion to his study of the Third Secret, Br. Michael sums up his findings as follows:

Having reached the end of our inquiry, we are able to discern, with near certainty, the essential elements of our Lady’s final secret: While ‘in Portugal, the dogma of the Faith will always be preserved,’ in many nations, perhaps in almost the entire world, the Faith will be lost.

The pastors of the Church will fail gravely in the duties of their office.

Through their fault, consecrated souls and the faithful in great number will let themselves be seduced by pernicious errors spread everywhere.

This will be the time of the decisive battle between the Blessed Virgin and the Devil. A wave of diabolical disorientation will be hurled over the world. Satan will introduce himself even to the highest summit of the Church. He will blind the minds and harden the hearts of pastors. And God will deliver them to themselves as a chastisement for their refusal to obey the requests of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. This will be the great apostasy predicted for the ‘last times’; ‘the False Lamb’ and ‘False Prophet’ will betray the Church to the profit of ‘the Beast,’ according to the prophecy of the Apocalypse.”

Incomplete release

It seems that the 4-page, handwritten text of the Third Secret released by the Vatican in 2000 is not the real secret, or at least not the full secret. The Third Secret is actually composed of two texts, where one of these texts is the published four-page vision, and the other is a single-page letter containing the words of the Virgin Mary that has been

Arguments for the proof of a second part to the secret includes the following:

  1. Bishops working with Pope Pius XII, Pope John XXIII and Pope Paul VI have commented that the text was written on one sheet of paper rather than four sheets;
  2. Sr. Lucy stated that she wrote the message in the form of a signed letter to the Bishop of Leiria;
  3. Sr. Lucy’s text is supposed to contain words attributed to the Blessed Virgin Mary;
  4. The full secret contains information about the Apocalypse, a great apostasy, and Satanic infiltration of the Catholic Church.


Our Lady of Fatima


I want to wish you all a very blessed feast day of Our Lady of Fatima. The message of Fatima, as stated by the Fatima Center is “prayer, reparation, repentance, and sacrifice, and the abandonment of sin.” When Our Lady appeared to the three shepherd children in Fatima, Portugal, she stressed the importance of the holy rosary. We need to pray this rosary every single day for the conversion of sinners and of Russia, for peace in the whole world.

Francisco, Jacinta, and Lucia were shown a vision of hell, the Blessed Virgin told the three “You have seen hell where the souls of poor sinners go. To save them, God wishes to establish in the world devotion to My Immaculate Heart. If what I say to you is done, many souls will be saved and there will be peace.” We need to all obey God, and Russia needs to be consecrated to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. We need to stop offending God and, by frequent prayer of the rosary, we will be able to overcome sin. “My Immaculate Heart will be your refuge and the way that will lead you to God.”

We are still waiting on the consecration of Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. Although many in the Church leadership claim that the world was consecrated to Mary, etc., etc., what the Blessed Virgin truly asked for was for Russia to be consecrated. This is why when Sister Lucia asked the Lord why “he would not convert Russia without the solemn public consecration of that nation specifically,” Jesus replied to her:

“Because I want My whole Church to acknowledge that consecration as a triumph of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, so that it may extend its homage later on, and put the devotion to This Immaculate Heart beside the devotion to My Sacred Heart.”

The Pope and the bishops HAVE to consecrate specifically Russia, not just the whole world. For Russia to be converted, this HAS to happen.

What are we to do now? We must begin, starting this day, to pray at least five decades of the rosary, to wear the Brown Scapular of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, and to make sacrifices every single day of our lives in reparation for the sins committed against Our Lord and Our Lady.

To read more, please visit where I got all of this information from.

Pax Christi vobiscum -L.D.


Arsenic in the Water: The Contemporary Mass



DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – “I went to a Catholic school.. They were run by these nuns, and they were some of the scariest people ever. They were so mean, and there was always that fear of God… God seemed like a scary, vengeful God, who would punish us for anything” says Dawn Smith, Director of Religious Education at the Basilica of St. Paul. “Then Vatican II happened. A nun in a shorter skirt came with a guitar and started playing guitar and singing songs! She was so nice! There was more emphasis on God’s love, and God just seemed friendlier.”

Many older people tell the same story. They were in school and then Vatican II came to save them from the oppression and liberated them to be free. Archbishops would yell at altar boys, priests were kings, and Catholics were always afraid. Was this always the case, or was this just people’s perspectives? Why did they love Vatican II so much? It seems like it should be obvious. People were being oppressed by the faith.

Maybe, however, it was because these people were children, and anything fun would be better than being solemn. So was there an actual problem that needed rectification? Or was it just a perception that became a “truth” over time?


The Novus Ordo Mass

“Before Vatican II, the Basilica of St. Paul had an altar rail, priests would say mass on the side altars, and the mass was in Latin, a language that no one understands” says Msgr. Timothy Daly, Pastor/Rector of the Basilica of St. Paul and the Catholic Dean of East Volusia. “Vatican II changed everything, and the church was changed to reflect the new theology. The old stone altar was taken down to create a holy water font. The altar rail was taken away. It symbolized the church keeping Jesus away from the people before Vatican II, and the new layout showed the symbolism of Christ being among the people.” However, the Basilica’s layout wasn’t the only thing that changed. The liturgy also changed as well. Mass was changed to be more inviting and to foster more participation.

“The language was changed to the vernacular so that everyone could understand, rather it being in Latin, which no one could understand,” Msgr. Tim continued. Didn’t people have Latin English Missals?

In the United States and some other diocesan conferences, the rite of communion was modified to standing and in the hands, rather than kneeling on the tongue. This was to show that we weren’t unworthy to receive. “When people said, ‘Lord, I am not worthy to receive you’, people would take that literally and wouldn’t go to communion. This was to encourage more people to come to communion.”

While this all sounds like great rationale, what did it do to the faith of Catholics in general. If Vatican II was successful, then wouldn’t there be more participation at mass? Wouldn’t there be more devout Catholics? On the contrary, there seems to be the exact opposite. Everyone is loose with their doctrines, people receive communion out of habit, treating the Body of Christ like it is a piece of bread.


Mass today is vastly different than mass back in 1950. People seem more lively and happy on the surface. Everyone is responding and seem to be excited. But take a closer look at people. Teenagers will be seen texting on their phones. People are sitting passively. Their expressions are blank. They appear to only want to be entertained.

Walk into a traditional Latin mass. There the scene is completely different. The church is practically silent. But people aren’t passively sitting there. They are praying. It’s obvious. They are following along in their missals, but the looks on their faces tell everything. Some have looks of sorrow. Some have looks of joy. They are praying the mass.

What happened? What was the disconnect? Vatican II seemed to make people happier. It seemed like a welcome and well warranted change! However, the way the sacraments are treated, show exactly what the issue is. Everyone is forced to say the responses. This is “participation” in the Novus Ordo liturgy. Everyone thinks that they are participating by playing along. Participation in the traditional mass was focusing your heart, mind, and soul on God in the mass. What about communion? In the Novus Ordo, communion seems like a routine act. Although the people are still receiving Jesus, the significance is lost on them. The method of receiving communion makes it all too easy to become complacent. In the traditional mass, communion is the most humbling and reverent act of the mass. There is a heavy focus on the act of receiving.

The priest takes care to guard every particle against profanation, the same cannot be said about the Novus Ordo. The time taken to receive in the Novus Ordo is 1 second. the time it takes to receive communion in the traditional liturgy is anywhere from five to ten seconds. Mass was considered to be the highest form of prayer and worship. Now it is a place to meet the community every Sunday to “break bread”. Mass is seen as a communal meal now, rather than a sacrifice.

Does this really affect the faith of people? Could a change in reverence toward God be correlated to the decline in faith? When people lose reverence for God in the mass, what other reverence can remain? Mass is where God physically becomes present. If the reverence is taken away, the significance of God’s law is lost. People feel free to do whatever they want because God will forgive them. The laws of God aren’t important. Reverence towards God Himself doesn’t matter anymore. If reverence towards God Himself is no longer important, then why would the laws of God even matter anymore?

Even in the most conservative of Novus Ordo parishes this is apparent. The destructive elements remain present, yet hidden. The change from Latin to the vernacular had implications. So much was lost in translation. All of these elements degrade the faith in a very hidden manner. This is not an opinion. This is a fact. Over time, the sacred nature of mass wanes and becomes a Protestant service with the Eucharist. The Mass changes the person who attends it. It will either transform someone into a more God-fearing pious Catholic or it will turn them into a cafeteria Catholic who feels that the laws of God are mere guidelines.

The Novus Ordo Mass truly is deadly. It breeds complacency and emphasis on the individual person with the community. It becomes a celebration of man, and not one of God. Mass is the highest form of worship. If the highest act of worship becomes diminished, adherence to doctrine diminishes. If the acts of worship and the adherence to doctrine diminishes, so will happen to the Catholic faith, which is the sum of action and belief.

A very extreme example of the side effects of a looser liturgy




Calling all Devout Catholics; with much hope in the Intercession of Mary, Mother of the Living God, I write to my Devout brothers and sisters. The Catholic Church suffers daily the passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ daily, Her beauty and purity slowly stripped away, causing the saints in heaven to weep. However, my brothers and sisters it seems as if the bishops of the church for the most part don’t care. The majority of bishops don’t care for the souls of their flock, rather they care for their careers and bank accounts.

Bishops like Cardinal Dolan and Cardinal Kasper constantly attack the very identity of the Catholic Church through their highly questionable/borderline heretical actions. Devout brothers and sisters, in our silence our Church, our beautiful faith, suffers. She cries out in pain calling for her children and yet her children do nothing. We live in a time in which man respects emotions more than he respects God. The aftermath of Vatican 2 can be seen now here in America… And it is not what was expected by the hierarchy. On the contrary, Vatican 2 has actually hurt the church. The number of Catholics going to mass on a regular basis (as they are supposed to) is projected to hit the lowest number… Ever. By 2020 it is projected that 2/5 of Catholics will actually go to mass on Sunday. The evidence is around us. Here’s some of the stats that show the growing problem:03church

📶Let’s compare 1965 to 2014 in numbers: 1)total  diocesan priests in 1965  35,925> Diocesan priests  26,265 in 2014. 2)The number of ordinations in 1965 was 994 while in 2014 the number is 494.3) The number of graduate level seminarians was 8,325 in 1965 while 2014 only had 3,631. 4) the number of parishes in 1965 was 17,673 while in 2014 the number went to 17,438 (big deal if you keep reading)  5) parishes without resident priest in 1965 was 549, the number in 2014 went up to 3,496!!!! (HUGE PROBLEM)

READ THIS: the number of Catholics who were raised catholic but later identify themselves as non catholic was NA in 1965 (this means that the number was minuscule) the number in 2014 is 32.0 MILLION!!!!!  The catholic population has gone up to 66.6 million but this means nothing because it’s a reflection of the worlds Natural Rate Increase.
The number of baptisms in 1965 was 1.310 million while in 2014 the number is 713,302. Marriages recognized by the Catholic Church in 1965 were 352,458 while in 2014 the number went down to 154,450. 
The issue is projected to get worse in the coming months and years for the American Catholic Church. This is a serious thing for the Whole entire Catholic Church. The American Catholic Church is one of the biggest contributors in donations, eventually the church will not have the same funding because of the crisis of faith. Which means parishes in American dioceses will have to close. Which leads to the closing of parishes in sister dioceses in other parts of the world. The Crisis is a BIG BIG DEAL. Souls are at stake.The laity is the only one that can fix this crisis through complete devotion to the Faith, which is what we here at CPPXII aim to do, the education of the laity to turn around this crisis of faith. -JP


Pax Christi
Many of you may recognize my initials ,JP, from the social media outlet Instagram @catholiclegion. Here is my short testimony:

As a former Communist (a member of the Communist Party, USA) as well as a devout “horseman of the Apocalypse” (militant atheist), and a Darwinist, my journey to the Catholic Faith was stormy to say the least. I was raised in a post-Vatican II parish which harbored the heresy of Modernism and Americanism. I was led to Communism by personal and philosophical factors. The Communist Manifesto offered hope of a better future. I idolized Che Guevara and Lenin and their works. I thought of the USSR as a dream come true destroyed by the “bourgeoisie and human ignorance.” Atheism and Darwinism were the spawn of my affair with Communism.

The Communist agenda is simple: remove God from anything and everything. The biggest obstacle to that agenda was and is the Catholic Faith (which is why the classroom is targeted aggressively with Darwinism and other contemporary propaganda). I hated the Catholic Faith. In one of my works, “the Communist Call,” I wrote: “Morality is nothing more than an excuse by self-righteous human beings who wish to keep their natural human nature from reaching its full potential.” Little did I know that the moment I picked up the works of Saint Augustine I would be proven dead wrong. The Confessions of St. Augustine started me on my journey to the Catholic Faith. A hunger for Truth grew within me. Evolution no longer answered the ultimate questions; Darwin slowly began to recede in my mind. Atheism left a void in me and neither human action nor thought could fill that hole in my soul.

With time I slowly started to change, though I refused to acknowledge it. At first I fell for a version of “Liberation Theology,” though I did not consider myself a Catholic. After noticing the flaws in that “theology,” I quickly threw away that form of thought. I was a deist for some time, though I still had communist ideas and evolution on the table. The book Marx Meets Socrates by Dr. Peter Kreeft literally destroyed Communism for me. That book alone made me resign from the CPA. At that point, I started to flirt with other religions and ideologies, but only one stood out; and that was the Catholic Faith. I began reading more about the Catholic Church until I could no longer hold back my heart, and I came into the Church.

However, though I returned to the Church, I was still a modernist to some degree, until I started reading about the FSSP and Traditional Catholicism. (Traditional Catholicism is not different from Catholicism; rather, Traditional Catholicism upholds every teaching of the Catholic Faith as well as the traditional Latin Mass of the Roman Rite. In reality, it’s not traditional Catholicism, it’s faithful Catholicism)
Through the Kolbe Center I began to finally shed off evolution and fully emerge in Traditional Doctrine Creation.
(my simple story)

What to expect from me is the Full Truth and nothing but the Full Truth. I do not aim to please emotions, I am to educate souls.