more Providence summons you to enter the hall of the Conclave
to elect the future successor of Peter.
state of the Church is such that only a Pope like Saint
Pius X can check the auto-destruction which the Church is
undergoing above all since Vatican Council II.
follow the direction taken by that Council and by the post-conciliar
reforms is to extend apostasy and lead the Church to her
ruin. The tree is judged from its fruits, says Our Lord.
Well, a short time from now many dioceses are going to find
themselves tragically short of priests.
keep, as the basis of the activity of the Church, documents
such as "Religious Liberty," "The Church
in the Modern World," "Non-Christian Religions,"
and many others which are at the origin of the post-conciliar
reforms is to let "the smoke of Satan" into the
liturgical reform in particular and especially that of the
Holy Mass attacks the Church in what is most essential and
most dear to her – the Holy Sacrifice of Our Savior with
its infinite satisfaction.
worthy of the name, a true successor of Peter, cannot declare
that he will devote himself to carrying out the Council
and its reforms. By so doing he would break with all his
predecessors and with the Council of Trent in particular.
Church is essentially Tradition, that is to say, the faithful
transmission of the deposit of faith from generation to
generation, and she cannot tolerate a break like that of
Vatican II without destroying herself.
break was possible only by the pressure of progressive groups
inside a "pastoral," "aggiornamento,"
but the constant reaffirmation of the Catholic faith can
be a source of unity. The authority of the Sovereign Pontiff
is justified only at that cost. That is shown clearly by
the circumstances in which it was conferred on Peter.
can that venerable Authority be used in the service of an
ecumenism which turns Catholics into Protestants, atheists
implore Your Eminence to keep these thoughts present in
your mind when you have to choose the successor Peter. We
beg the Holy Spirit to give you Light and Strength so that
the Reign of Christ may come.
respect for Your Eminence, and fraternal devotedness in
Christ and Mary.
formerly Archbishop-Bishop of Tulle