Vigano: A Jesuit on the Throne of Peter “in violation of the rule established by St. Ignatius of Loyola” – Addendum

October 2, 2021 (Steven O’Reilly) – A couple weeks back I observed that Archbishop Vigano had commented on Pope Francis, referring to him as a Jesuit on the Throne of Peter “in violation of the rule established by St. Ignatius of Loyola.” (see Vigano: A Jesuit on the Throne of Peter “in violation of the rule established by St. Ignatius of Loyola”).  

The article above linked to an earlier article I had written on the question of Jesuit vows as they relate to papal elections.  The topic was first brought to my attention from within the Jesuit order. My detailed analysis of the question may be found here: Curiouser and Curiouser: Who Dispensed Jorge Bergoglio SJ from his vows?

On October 1, Return to Tradition also took a look at Vigano’s statement.  That commentary, which may be of interest to those interested in the subject, can be found here:  see “Vigano:  Francis is an Oath Breaker.”

Steven O’Reilly is a graduate of the University of Dallas and the Georgia Institute of Technology. A former intelligence officer, he and his wife, Margaret, live near Atlanta with their family. He has written apologetic articles and is author of Book I of the Pia Fidelis trilogy, The Two Kingdoms. (Follow on twitter at @fidelispia for updates). He asks for your prayers for his intentions.  He can be contacted at  or (or follow on Twitter: @S_OReilly_USA or on GETTR, Parler, or Gab: @StevenOReilly).


3 thoughts on “Vigano: A Jesuit on the Throne of Peter “in violation of the rule established by St. Ignatius of Loyola” – Addendum

  1. Daer Mr. O’Reilly, Francis is not a mystery nor where he chose to live is not a mystery. During The Revolution of the Second Vatican Council the revolutionaries met at Sancta Domus Marthae in Rome for weekly sessions to stratgerise and actualise their plans.

    Instead of choosing to live in The Apostolic Palace as diid his predecessors, Francis chose to live in the old Revolutionary Army Arsenal of the Revolution where their progressive pikes were sharpened to pierce and assault the Body of Christ.

    We do know the freaks, sexual deviants, commie, progressives and abortionists he does meet with publicly but what about the creeps and perverts he meets with at the unholy site of revolution?

    The process in which the then Episcopal Conferences, then inchoate and not recognised by the Pope, were the weapons of the destruction of Tradition that were used by the progressive ecumenists in its razing of the bastions of Tradition and that is the very the very same process Francis is resurrecting as part of his Synodal Process – revolution for the people don’cha’know?

    It is no accident that men like Mr Lewis, Mr. Faggioli, Mr Iverigh etc are writing with greater frequency add intensity in defense of Vatican Two (which has not a single word that is binding accord to the sec of that council, see Lumen Gentium) because that is the stalking horse of the angry old man of revolution.

    Some think he will resign. Ha!!

    If he did, nobody would pay attention to him. No, he has a massive ego and it is his plan to try and impose upon the Catholic Church his personal proclivities, preoccupations, perversions, and politics and he will do it the Synodal Way . Meet the new Synodal Process, same as the old revolution of 1968

    It is ineluctable he will lose


  2. In preparation for and during Vatican Two, the Episcopal Councils were the battering rams that razed the bastions of Tradition and a key alliance was that of the French Leaders with the radical revolutionaries of CELAM (Latin American Episcopal Conference) led by Manuel Larrain and Helder Caamara.

    During the first 15 minutes of Vatican Two they seized control of the council – entirely against council rules which were, of course, allowed to be violated – and this revolutionary alliance, later to be called DM because it met and organised at Domus Marthae, was the process by which the existing order of the Catholic Church was overturned (which is what a revolution does) and a new order was created which obviously, was constrained to create a new liturgy which was the propaganda arm of the new order of the new theologians.

    Because the faith is spread largely through the sacred rite of The Holy Holocaust, a new liturgy was crucial because the rule of prayer is the rule of belief, a so a new liturgy was required to propagandise in favor of the new theology/new order and, thus the new liturgy was created and imposed upon the faithful of which not one roughly billion Catholics then in existence had sought.

    The revolutionary rupture in Doctrine and Discipline before, during and after Vatican two is identified as continuity and that is the deceptive praxis that Francis will pursue with his Synodal Model, at the end of which he will pretend his heresies is what the faithful desired.

    Of course, in the end, the revolution will fail but will I see its failure?


    Consider the Queer Clergy. The Prelature is teeming with epicene ecclesiastics, not one of them with the courage to confront the problem to say nothing about breaking the teeth of the sodomitic serpent currently controlling the Catholic Church.

    C’est la vie.

    Invisbilium within the Prelature is that man whose puissant possession of Tradition is such that it could be applied as a force against our Inertia Into Indifferentism.


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