Sunday, February 9, 2020

The Archdiocese of Toronto and The Rampolla Episcopal Line -- and Nazis

Catholic episcopate freemasonry Nazi corruption ratlines Rampolla Line
Cardinal Mariano Rampolla del Tindaro
As per Br. Alexis Bugnolo's analyses of episcopal lineages to Cardinal Mariano Rampolla del Tindaro, I have endeavored to determine how our archdiocese is situated relative to the allegedly freemasonic Rampolla web. Although no ordinary of the archdiocese had a direct lineage to Rampolla through a principle consecrator, two of them are indirectly connected through a co-consecrator. Two ordinaries in question are James Cardinal McGuigan and Philip Pocock, who were both co-consecrated by John Thomas Kidd:

Episcopal Lineage / Apostolic Succession (of Kidd):
  • Archbishop Pietro di Maria † (1906)
  • Rafael Cardinal Merry del Val y Zulueta † (1900)
  • Mariano Cardinal Rampolla del Tindaro † (1882)
The full list of those principally co-consecrated by Kidd are:
  • James Charles Cardinal McGuigan † (1930)
  • Archbishop Peter Joseph Monahan † (1932)
  • Bishop Ralph Hubert Dignan † (1935)
  • Bishop Francis Patrick Carroll † (1936)
  • Archbishop Martin Michael Johnson † (1936)
  • Bishop Joseph Francis Ryan † (1937)
  • Archbishop Philip Francis Pocock † (1944)
  • Bishop Benjamin Ibberson Webster † (1946)
It may be further noted that Aloysius Matthew Cardinal Ambrozic was ordained a priest by McGuigan and had Pocock as his principal consecrator. And, also an ordinary of London,  John Michael Sherlock had Pocock as principal co-consecrator and was, in turn, principal co-consecrator of Thomas Christopher Cardinal Collins.

So, Kidd and Sherlock were ordinaries of the Diocese of London, Ontario where I grew up and received the sacraments from Baptism through Confirmation.  Here are a few stories connected to that problematic diocese:

A further knot of the masonic web can be traced through Cardinal Alessandro Mattei, a direct episcopal precursor of Rampolla. Mattei is a principal co-consecrator of the organizer of the heretical Synod of Pistoia, Scipione de’ Ricci. Cardinal McGuigan is a direct episcopal descendant of Mattei. On the Synod of Pistoia, Br. Alexis Bugnolo writes:
It was in almost every detail the proposal of a form of religion which we know today as the Second Vatican Council. At the time, its chief agitator, the Bishop of Pistoia, Scipione dei Ricci, and its participants were condemned by Pope VII in the Bull, Auctorem Fidei, and those attending the illicit Synod excommunicated. Saint Alphonsus said that these evil Bishops were members of a cult of sodomites who practiced Satanism.
You can find further context for this period of church history here:

Further poking around in uncovered the connection of the Mattei lineage, and therefore the Pistoia Synod, to the Winnipeg Statement. Basilian George Bernard Cardinal Flahiff was ordinary of Winnipeg during the issuance of that infamous document. Flahiff's principal consecrator is Cardinal McGuigan; he is therefore a Mattei man. The Basilian Fathers were founded in the aftermath of the French Revolution. Did they resist the Freemasons, or did they accommodate to them, as did most of the French Church? Something to ponder upon.

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