To True Catholic Homepage 
 
Back to Pope's Homepage

 

 


Caritas - Papal Office
by His Holiness Pope Pius XIII
March 10, 2005
Issue 050 

Noe’s Ark Today is the Catholic Church
ruled by Pope Pius XIII

Before anyone can agree to the above title, with a studied judgment, he must know two things. The first is that Catholics elect their pope in some form of election. After the death of St. Peter the pastors of Rome elected their bishop who automatically became the pope. In our times the pastors of Rome were the Cardinals even if they did not reside there.

After the death of Pope Pius XII, the Cardinals, by the permission of God, became confused. During the papal election, the white smoke that signaled that the pope was elected, appeared over the Sistine Chapel. However, after a short while it was stopped and was made into black smoke. One can speculate on the problem until judgment day. However, when the white smoke (signal) went up a second time and stayed in place the Cardinals came forth with Joseph Roncalli as the elected pope, and he chose the name John XXIII which was the name of an antipope. That is not all. Roncalli had the then blemish (as yet unknown) of being excommunicated for something he did while in a foreign service. Specifically Roncalli became a Freemason. Hence, until that blemish was known he was accepted as the Pope by the Catholic world. His calling a council, and his many wild changes in the Church set the stage for a yet another heretic, Montini, to be elected Pope with the name Paul VI. Under Paul VI, things went from bad to worse, and when he died something new in the history of the Church took place. The man they elected took a double name, John Paul I. In a month John Paul I was dead, and his successor also took the double name, John Paul II, who poses as the Pope in Rome today. Certainly the novelty of having a Pope with a double name should lead those who still had the faith to doubt whether those men were really Catholic Popes.

Under those four non-Catholic “Popes” a new Church was made. At the Vatican II council they made sixteen documents, full of double meaning teachings. That made those who generally still had the faith get confused and then lose the faith entirely.

They produced an entirely new liturgy of the Mass and the sacraments. What was so insidious is that a general confusion set in? No matter how wrong things became the leaders of the new false religion claimed to be one with the Church as it was at the death of Pope Pius XII.

Over the years the Church made laws, known in one volume as canon law. That first complete text of Church laws was published in 1917, and that gave a wonderful stability. Well, in 1983 the bogus Vatican church came out with a new edition of the code of canon law. Once again, more confusion came on the scene.

One would be inclined to believe that the heretics would have been satisfied with their destruction of the Church, but that was not all.

In 1994 the Latin text of the new Catechism of the Catholic Church was published, and since then it has gone into the vernacular versions. That Latin version translated into English with all the other heretical documents is saved in Our files. It covers 803 pages, and We have sandwiched into it a twelve-page criticism of it. It was done by scholars at C & S RESEARCH, P.O. Box 4391, Louisville, KY 40243.

By the singular graces of God, in January 1976 We drew the firm conclusion that the religion in Rome was no longer the Catholic Church as it had been from the time of Christ until the death of Pope Pius XII (October 9, 1958). We broke with the entire structure of the new religion, including departing from the Capuchin Order. We continued to say Mass and administer the sacraments as they were before the death of Pope Pius XII. We knew no other way to be Catholic, and no other way to be on the road to heaven. We served Catholics who had Our identical faith from Europe, across the United States and all the way to Australia. We published the CARITAS newsletter at a steady pace to preserve the Catholic faith over the world.

We rejoiced when some Catholics went into action to elect the Pope. All the Catholics knew of the operation, and they seemed to go along with it. However, as soon as the exact date that the election was to take place was announced, about ninety percent of those with Us in the faith departed from Our company, and to this day not one of those quitters has returned. Their inexplicable departure seems to have called down on them the curse of God.

Catholics who are without a Pope have the natural right to proceed with a papal election. As there was not a single Catholic Cardinal alive on the face of the earth at the time, that is, one appointed by Pope Pius XII, the election proceeded under the “natural law.” That is exactly what the remnant Catholics did after a detailed and exact preparation was made. Each duly authenticated adult Catholic who wanted to vote was given a sheet of secret voting codes, a different one for each possible ballot. On the day of the election three Catholic men assembled for 24 hours straight and took the votes by phone as they came in – all three witnesses, judging each call.

When the 24 hours were over those men announced the results, and We had the votes necessary to be declared elected. Those men together called Us on the phone and requested that there be witnesses with Us. They asked Us if We accept the election. With witnesses on both ends of the phone call We accepted the election, taking the name Pius XIII, and the date was October 24, 1998. This was exactly (to the month) forty years after the death of Pope Pius XII. It took the Jews a forty years journey to get to the Promised Land, and it took the Catholics forty years to finally get their Pope, seen as a promised land.

We have given you the first step in the acceptance of Us as the Pope. You have seen that the known Catholics conducted a reasonable election. All this can be studied in the Catholic website, http://www.truecatholic.us/. All through history some form of election was used in selecting the Pope. God built such a procedure right into the Church. The Bishops of Rome elected their bishop. How else could he become their superior, unless God ordained otherwise. In our day, when there were no more Cardinals (pastors of Rome) the remaining Catholics had to act, using common sense, generally called natural law.

The next problem confronting every person on earth is this. Each person must have the supernatural gift of divine and Catholic faith. Without it all the voting in the world will have no meaning for him.

We wish We had the time and space available to explain the nature and necessity of faith. Catechisms deal with that mystery. We draw from a Deharb catechism with an imprimatur, which is dated 1908. The treatise on faith runs for twelve pages. A slight review of the mystery of faith can be useful even to Catholics of long standing. We copy a few paragraphs and skim over the rest of the materials.

What is faith? (Page 73) Faith is a virtue infused by God into our souls, by which we believe, without doubting, all those things which God has revealed, and proposed by the Church to our belief. ‘To believe’ means, in general, to hold to be true what another says, and for this reason, because he says it. To believe God means, therefore, to hold firmly and without doubting what God has revealed, and because He has revealed it, although we can neither see nor completely understand it; for faith is founded, not on our seeing or complete understanding, but on the word of God. “Faith is the evidence of things that appear not.” (Hebr. 11, 1.)

Why do we say that faith is infused by God into our souls? Because it is a gift of God, and an effect of His grace, which enlightens our understanding and moves our will to believe, without doubting, all those thing which God has revealed. “For by grace you are saved through faith, and that not of yourselves: for it is the gift of God.” (Eph. 2,8)

Why must grace not only enlighten our understanding, but also move our will? Because a good will also belongs to faith; for no one can believe but he who is willing to believe. Therefore faith is also rewarded by God, and unbelief is punished. “He that believeth, and is baptized, shall be saved, but he that believeth not shall be condemned.” (Mark 16, 16)

Is faith necessary for salvation? Faith is absolutely necessary to salvation; for “without faith it is impossible to please God” (Hebr. 11, 6) “He that doth not believe is already judged.” (John 3,18). “He that believeth not shall be condemned.” (Mark 16,16).

What, therefore, must the Catholic believe? He must believe all that God has revealed and the Catholic Church proposes to his belief, whether it be contained in the Holy Scripture or not. The Church is considered to propose a truth to our belief when she recognizes it to be revealed by God, and commands us to believe it.

By what sinful act is faith lost? Faith is lost by denying or willfully doubting any single article proposed to us by the Church to be believed.

How is faith regained if it has been lost? Faith when lost is regained by repenting of the sin committed and believing anew all that the Church believes and teaches.

After Christ ascended into heaven the Apostles spread out all over the known world. They formed the faithful into communities, and a new light shown over the world.

(Page 132 ff.) What further did the Apostles do when the communities of Christians increased? They chose elders from amongst them, ordained them Bishops, and appointed them everywhere as rulers of the new Christian communities, with the commission that they should likewise ordain, and appoint others.

Were all these several communities united with one another? Yes, they were all closely united with one another; they professed the same faith, partook of the same Sacraments, and formed all together one great Christian community under one common Head, St. Peter.

What, then, is the Church even at the present time? The Church is the same congregation of all the faithful, who, being baptized profess the same doctrine, partake of the same Sacraments, and are governed by their lawful pastors under one visible Head, the Pope.

(Page 135-6) Who has been the visible Head of the Church since the death of St. Peter? The Bishop of Rome commonly called the Pope, who is the lawful Successor of St. Peter in the Episcopal See of Rome, and who, in consequence, has always been acknowledged as the visible Head of the Church, and the Vicegerent of Christ on earth. The Councils, as well as the Fathers of all ages individually and unanimously and most decidedly, by word and deed, acknowledged in the Roman Pope the Primacy and Supremacy of St. Peter. The Ecumenical Council of Florence (1438) referred to ‘the Decrees of the General Councils, and the Ecclesiastical Statutes, when it declared that the Bishop of Rome (the Pope) possessed the Primacy over the whole universe; that he was the Successor of the Prince of the Apostles, St. Peter, and the true Vicegerent of Jesus Christ, the Head of the whole Church, the Father and Teacher of all Christians; and that he, in the person of St. Peter, had received from our Lord Jesus Christ the full power of feeding, guiding, and governing the whole Church.’ No General Council was ever held at which the Pope, or his Legates, did not preside; and there never was a decision of the Church universally received before it had been confirmed by the Pope; and who-so-ever refused to recognize the Pope as the Head of the Church was at all times considered by all the faithful as an apostate.

Let us not pass over the meaning of an apostate – “One who, after possessing the Catholic Faith, totally rejects it.” “Apostasy from the Faith (a fide) is the act by which a baptized person, after possessing the true Christian faith, totally rejects it.” It is highly improbable that any apostate will ever return to the Catholic faith. It is because his/her obstinacy is very much like the obstinacy of the damned in hell that never change their minds, and they want it their way forever.

We turn to the mystery of knowing Christ. All the apostles knew Christ’s teachings. All of them saw His miracles, and still they did not know Him. Just consider the incident We now give you from Matthew 16, 13 & ff. “And Jesus came into the quarters of Caesarea Philippi: and he asked his disciples, saying: Whom do men say that the Son of man is? But they said: Some John the Baptist, and other some Elias, and others Jeremias or one of the prophets. Jesus saith, to them: But whom do you say that I am? Simon Peter answered and said: Thou art Christ, the Son of the Living God. And Jesus answering, said to him: Blessed art thou, Simon Bar-Jona: because flesh and blood hath not revealed it to thee, but my Father who is in heaven. And I say to thee: That thou art Peter, and upon this rock I will build my Church. And the gates of hell shall not prevail against it.” Christ reveals how Peter came to that faith and knowledge. It was not from flesh and blood, but from “my Father who is in heaven.” Every person who recognizes Christ for what He is must get that learning from God. All the learning on earth, and the all the miracles in the world will not give that knowledge.

Some may bring up the problem of multiple claimants to the papacy. We are aware that there are about fifteen claimants to the papacy at this time. Before We proceeded in the election that made Us the Pope, all of the Catholics that We knew and served studied the materials at hand. None of those who claimed to be Pope had a reasonable credibility. Hence, the Catholics that We knew and served for nearly twenty years went ahead with the papal election as you can find it in the website http://www.truecatholic.us/.

If you disagree with their judgment then you have the task of sifting through information on your own time. It is likely that the confusion will overwhelm you, and you are back to the need to go to God for His special assistance. Your eternal salvation is in the balance.

We are amazed at what We see going on in the world today. It seems that there is a mentality which makes all religions one. Here is what We are speaking about. When a Novus Ordo Catholic under John Paul II marries, say, a Lutheran, the couple feels exactly as one in one faith. One Sunday they go together to the Novus Ordo Mass, and both of them receive the sacraments. Then next Sunday they go to the Lutheran service, and again, both of them receive what could be called the sacraments. It is indeed astounding to see the Novus Ordo priests and Lutheran ministers all feeling, with their faithful, that they are in some kind of a universal religion.

Before that mentality set in, when persons of different religions (and one being a Catholic) married, each one practiced his/her own religion. The Catholic party went with the children to the Catholic Mass, and the non-Catholic party went to the Protestant service. That continued on until death.

We must point out in this introduction that the shepherd knows his sheep, and his sheep know their shepherd. You cannot enter God’s Church by just saying yes. You must be qualified and accepted into the Catholic Church by the Pope, or by one of his Bishops and priests.

Before being received into the Church one must have sufficient knowledge of the faith so that he can practice the Catholic faith. For that reason instructions precede conversion. That instruction is conducted with a catechism in hand. Just when one may be received into the Catholic Church is up to the judgment of the one who receives the convert, for participation in the full life of the Church.

The convert must have the moral qualities to be a Catholic. One who is divorced and remarried while the first spouse is still alive is living in adultery, and until that problem is solved, according to the laws of the Church, there is no entering into the Church.

Another example would be, doctors and nurses who are employed in the work of giving abortions, cannot become Catholics. Being a Catholic presumes a life style that is not one of living in mortal sin. A validly married couple that lives the married life in continual contraception cannot become a Catholics. There is only one way for a Catholic to get to heaven and that is by living and dying in the state of sanctifying grace. No matter how famous or how holy a Catholic may appear, if he dies in mortal sin he will go to hell forever in union with all the damned.

It should be obvious that all those who are in secret societies, for example, the Masons, Bilderbergers, Skull and Bones and the like, all God hating organizations, cannot become Catholics until they completely give up that membership and all associations within such diabolical sects.

Let us revert to the example of Noe’s ark. Just read the account in Genesis, and you will note that God condemned the wayward human race. God made the choice of Noe, his three sons and their wives, eight persons in all. He also provided for a pairs of all the animals to be saved in the ark. However, nothing is said that the people at large had any invitation to enter the ark. It seems that God chose a moment in time to judge all the people on earth. He makes such a judgment in the normal course of events when each person dies. At the end of the world God will end all human existence on earth, plus judging “the living and the dead.”

We have no assurance that God has judged the living and the dead in our time, with only the Catholics under Us left to continue the Church in a way that He determines. The grace of conversion is still open to the general run of people on earth today.

We exhort one and all to get down on your knees in all humility and ask God for the supernatural help, that is, for actual grace, to convert to His one and only Church, for outside of it there is absolutely no salvation. The Council of Florence (1438-1445) declared that nobody would be saved…“…unless he has remained in the bosom and unity of the faith.”

Pope Boniface VIII in (November 18, 1302) in the Bull “Unam Santam” solemnly declared: “Furthermore, we declare, say, define, and proclaim to every human creature that they by necessity for salvation are entirely subject to the Roman Pontiff.”

The Lateran Council in 1215 (430) declared: “One indeed is the universal Church of the faithful, outside of which no one at all is saved.” The Council quoted St. Cyprian who stated the firm belief of the Church: “There is no salvation outside the Church.”

It goes without saying that persons who become Catholics, in the true Catholic Church, must practice their faith by daily advancing in holiness. That is accomplished largely by performing the spiritual and corporal works of mercy. They step forward by financially supporting the Church, and those specially chosen by God become priests. Both men and women become Religious; they teach in Catholic Schools, care for the sick in Catholic hospitals, write the whole truth for religious and secular publications and so forth and so on. Christ died for each and every human being, and His Church makes Him present to all mankind. All for the greater honor of God and the salvation of souls. Amen.

Pius, pp. XIII
March 10, 2005

To Top of Page 
Top of Page
To Pope's HomepagePope's Homepage Email Address Email 
to Papal Secretary
To True Catholic Homepage