The Holy Inquisition Today

TCW to Help Reassert Inquisition World Wide W

TCW after doing months of study on the subject, has been commisioned by the Hierarchy in exile to help reassert the Holy Inquisition. It is a 100% duty of all True Catholics to assist in this grave matter (*report information). Only with a strong Holy Office of the Inquisition will the Church & Christendom be safeguarded against such devestating crimes as the coup d'etat at the 1958 Conclave and the French Revolution.

*We understand this may include the need of anonymity

 

The Holy Spanish Inquisition's Jurisdiction in New Spain 1810 A.D.

 

Examples of Punishable Crimes by the Holy Inquisition

 

"And because those who are outside the obedience and devotion of the Holy Roman Catholic Church, obstinate in errors and heresies, always strive to pervert and to separate from our Holy Catholic Faith, the faithful and devoted Christians, and with their malice and passion work with all effort to attract them to their wicked beliefs, communicating their false opinions and heresies, popularizing and spreading diverse condemned and heretical books; and the true remedy consists in turning aside and excluding all communication by the heretics and suspicious persons, castigating and extirpating their errors, shunning and obstructing what causes great offense to the holy faith and Catholic religion... ." -King Philip II of Spain, from his Royal Order Establishing the Foundation of the Holy Office of the Inquisition in the New World, Jan 25, 1569 A.D.

 

Related Links:

Reflection on the Great Institution of the Inquisition

King Philip II Established Holy Inquisition in New World

Fr. Felix Salvany, "Liberalism As It Is In This Country"

The Phenomenon Of Jewish Infiltration Into The Clergy 

Fortress of De Fide: Alfonso de Spina on Sacred Warfare

Why the Jews Hate the Holy Office of the Inquisition

Templars Burned at the Stake 

Surviving The 3 Days of Darkness in the Land of St. Anne (Onward to Brittany!)

Image of Isabel the Catholic - Queen of Spain (1451-1504 A.D.) - Zealous promoter of the Holy Inquisition

"How can violence be repelled but by violence?"

Used by the Inquisition as a deterrent & to mete out justice on "murderers of souls" (i.e. heretics).
 
"I have laid down an axiom in a former letter, and I shall here with my old friend Cicero, in one of his epistles, repeat it: 'Quid est quod contra vim sine vi fieri possit?' or, in other words, as you well know, How can violence be repelled but by violence?"          -Father T.J. O'Flaherty S.E.C.1843 A.D.  
(On the clear logic of the Holy Inquisition)

 

Rome's Official Binding Decrees on Modesty in Dress

St. Gemma Galgani (1878-1903)

"be vigilant that these injunctions be exactly observed... . You will severely call to task whoever should fail in this, and should any abuse be prolonged, you will notify this Sacred Congregation."

-G. Cardinal Laurenti, Prefect

 

“Crusade Against Immodest Fashions, Especially in Schools Directed by Religious,” ordered by Pope Pius XI on August 23, 1928.

 

Note: The letter containing the order was sent to all Ordinaries of Italy through the Sacred Congregation of Religious, and was made known to the world through the Acta Apostolicae Sedis in 1930 (v. 22, pp. 26-28). 

 

1928 Letter to the Congregation for Religious

 

To The Ordinaries of Italy: regarding the crusade against immodest fashions, especially in schools directed by women Religious.

Circular. Most Illustrious and Reverend Sir, well known to you are the grave words of condemnation which the Holy Father spoke, on several occasions, with apostolic authority, against the immodest fashion of women’s dress which prevails today to the detriment of good breeding.

Suffice it to recall the very grave words, charged with grief and admonition, with which in the discourse of August 15th current, in the consistorial chamber, promulgating the decree on the heroic virtues of Venerable Paola Frassinetti, His Holiness denounced once again the danger which, by its seductive fascination, threatens so many unwary souls, who profess to belong to the flock of Jesus Christ and to His Holy Church.

It is painful to point out in this regard that the deplorable custom tends to insinuate itself among young girls who frequent, as extern pupils, some of the schools directed by Sisters and Sunday-school classes which are held in female religious institutions.

In order to confront a danger which, by spreading, becomes ever more grave, this Sacred Congregation, by order of the Holy Father, calls upon the Ordinaries of Italy so that they may communicate to the superiors of the houses of female religious in their respective dioceses the following injunctions of this Sacred Congregation, confirmed by His Holiness in audience this day:

a) In all schools, academies, recreation centers, Sunday schools, and laboratories directed by female religious, not to be admitted from now on are those girls who do not observe in their attire the rules of modesty and Christian decency.

b) To this end, the superiors themselves will be obliged to exercise a close supervision and exclude peremptorily from the schools and projects of their institutions those pupils who do not conform to these prescriptions.

c) They must not be influenced in this by any human respect, either for material considerations or by reason of the social prestige and of the families of their pupils, even though the student body should diminish in number.

d) Furthermore, the Sisters, in fulfillment of their educational pursuits, must endeavor to inculcate sweetly and strongly in their pupils the love and relish for holy modesty, the sign and guardian of purity and delicate adornment of womankind.

Your Reverence will be vigilant that these injunctions be exactly observed and that there be perfect conformity of conduct among all the institutes of female religious in the diocese.

You will severely call to task whoever should fail in this, and should any abuse be prolonged, you will notify this Sacred Congregation."

With deepest esteem, I remain,

Devotedly yours,

G. Cardinal Laurenti, Prefect

Sacred Congregation for Religious

Vincent La Puma, Secretary

Rome, August 23, 1928

 

Note: In addition on January 12, 1930 Pope Pius XI directed the Sacred Congregation of the Council to issue a strongly-worded Letter on Christian Modesty to the whole world, which required of “Nuns compliance with the Letter dated August 23, 1928, by the Sacred Congregation of Religious.” [see no. 6 below] This 1930 letter was even more emphatic; gave more detailed directives; and imposed the obligation of combating the immodest fashions and promoting modesty on all persons in authority—Bishops and other ordinaries, parish priests, parents, Superioresses and teachers in schools. This letter reads as follows:

 

1930 Letter of the Congregation of the Council

 

By virtue of the supreme apostolate which he wields over the Universal Church by Divine Will, our Most Holy Father Pope Pius XI has never ceased to inculcate, both verbally and by his writings, the words of St. Paul (1 Tim. xi,9-10), namely, "Women ... adorning themselves with modesty and sobriety ... and professing godliness with good works.”

Very often, when occasion arose, the same Supreme Pontiff condemned emphatically the immodest fashion of dress adopted by Catholic women and girls—which fashion not only offends the dignity of women and against her adornment, but conduces to the temporal ruin of the women and girls, and, what is still worse, to their eternal ruin, miserably dragging down others in their fall. It is not surprising, therefore, that all Bishops and other ordinaries, as is the duty of ministers of Christ, should in their own dioceses have unanimously opposed their depraved licentiousness and promiscuity of manners, often bearing with fortitude the derision and mockery leveled against them for this cause.

Therefore this Sacred Council, which watches over the discipline of clergy and people, while cordially commending the action of the Venerable Bishops, most emphatically exhorts them to persevere in their attitude and increase their activities insofar as their strength permits, in order that this unwholesome disease be definitely uprooted from human society.

In order to facilitate the desired effect, this Sacred Congregation, by the mandate of the Most Holy Father, has decreed as follows:

 

Exhortation to Those in Authority

 

1. The parish priest, and especially the preacher, when occasion arises, should, according to the words of the Apostle Paul (2 Tim. iv, 2), insist, argue exhort and command that feminine garb be based on modesty and womanly ornament be a defense of virtue. Let them likewise admonish parents to cause their daughters to cease wearing indecorous dress.

2. Parents, conscious of their grave obligations toward the education, especially religious and moral, to their offspring, should see to it that their daughters are solidly instructed, from earliest childhood, in Christian doctrine; and they themselves should assiduously inculcate in their souls, by word and example, love for the virtues of modesty and chastity; and since their family should follow the example of the Holy Family, they must rule in such a manner that all its members, reared within the walls of the home, should find reason and incentive to love and preserve modesty.

3. Let parents keep their daughters away from public gymnastic games and contests; but if their daughters are compelled to attend such exhibitions, let them see that they are fully and modestly dressed. Let them never permit their daughters to don immodest garb.

4. Superioresses and teachers in schools for girls must do their utmost to instill love of modesty in the hearts of maidens confided to their care and urge them to dress modestly.

5. Said Superioresses and teachers must not receive in their colleges and schools immodestly dressed girls, and should not even make an exception in the case of mothers of pupils. If, after being admitted, girls persist in dressing immodestly, such pupils should be dismissed.

6. Nuns, in compliance with the Letter dated August 23, 1928, by the Sacred Congregation of Religious, must not receive in their colleges, schools, oratories or recreation grounds, or, if once admitted, tolerate girls who are not dressed with Christian modesty; said Nuns, in addition, should do their utmost so that love for holy chastity and Christian modesty may become deeply rooted in the hearts of their pupils.

7. It is desirable that pious organizations of women be founded, which by their counsel, example and propaganda should combat the wearing of apparel unsuited to Christian modesty, and should promote purity of customs and modesty of dress.

8. In the pious associations of women those who dress immodestly should not be admitted to membership; but if, perchance, they are received, and after having been admitted, fall again into their error, they should be dismissed forthwith.

9. Maidens and women dressed immodestly are to be debarred from Holy Communion and from acting as sponsors at the Sacraments of Baptism and Confirmation; further, if the offense be extreme, they may even be forbidden to enter the church.

Donato Cardinal Sbaretti, Prefect

Congregation of the Council

Rome, January 12, 1930

Aquinas' On Why Heretics Are Put To Death

An auto-da-fé is the official proceeding where the public penance of condemned heretics and apostates takes place when the Holy Inquisition has decided their punishment, followed by the execution by the civil authorities of the sentences imposed. The most extreme punishment imposed on those convicted is execution by burning.

Summa Theologica, Part II, Q. 11, Article 3:

Aquinas' Reply to Question: "Whether heretics ought to be tolerated?"


"On the contrary, The Apostle says (Titus 3:10,11): 'A man that is a heretic, after the first and second admonition, avoid: knowing that he, that is such an one, is subverted.'

I answer that, With regard to heretics two points must be observed: one, on their own side; the other, on the side of the Church. On their own side there is the sin, whereby they deserve not only to be separated from the Church by excommunication, but also to be severed from the world by death. For it is a much graver matter to corrupt the faith which quickens the soul, than to forge money, which supports temporal life. Wherefore if forgers of money and other evil-doers are forthwith condemned to death by the secular authority, much more reason is there for heretics, as soon as they are convicted of heresy, to be not only excommunicated but even put to death.


On the part of the Church, however, there is mercy which looks to the conversion of the wanderer, wherefore she condemns not at once, but 'after the first and second admonition,' as the Apostle directs: after that, if he is yet stubborn, the Church no longer hoping for his conversion, looks to the salvation of others, by excommunicating him and separating him from the Church, and furthermore delivers him to the secular tribunal to be exterminated thereby from the world by death. For Jerome commenting on Gal. 5:9, 'A little leaven,' says: 'Cut off the decayed flesh, expel the mangy sheep from the fold, lest the whole house, the whole paste, the whole body, the whole flock, burn, perish, rot, die. Arius was but one spark in Alexandria, but as that spark was not at once put out, the whole earth was laid waste by its flame.'"

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TCW | Reply 30.07.2016 12.44

In the last 2 months there were 3 separate attacks by infiltrator types that were completely blocked, due to the fast thinking/obedient reporting by certain members of the True Faithful, to the PRC. May God reward you!

TCW | Reply 01.01.2016 19.03

Thank you certain True Catholics who have done their duty by reporting information concerning various phony "traditionalists" and schismatic sedevacantists. May God reward you!

Elaine | Reply 30.11.2015 15.15

Please send me updates. Thank you.

TCW | Reply 20.07.2015 18.59

Just added to this page: St. Thomas Aquinas' Teaching On Why Heretics Are Put To Death.

TCW | Reply 30.11.2014 10.29

Rome's Authoritative (under pain of mortal sin) Decrees on Modesty in Dress was posted on the Inquisition Today page (scroll down to read).

TCW | Reply 28.11.2014 23.43

Probably the biggest error that must be stamped out, is that some think they can accept the papacy of Gregory XVII "Siri" and then attend schismatic "Latin 'mass'" chapels (which ipso facto thrusts them out of the Church).

Hans W. | Reply 28.11.2014 21.57

Dear PRC. In which way can true Catholics assist in this matter. what is required of us ?

TCW 28.11.2014 23.21

Hi. If you know of people who are claiming to be True Catholics YET by verifiable evidence it can be shown their actions show they are not ... or worse, that they are active subversives - you are required to report this. (cont.)

2nd Part of Reply from TCW 28.11.2014 23.13

Hans you may know that the way the Inquisition is run, is that if one knows of someone violating certain precepts and purposely would not report it (and that could be proven), then the one who failed to alert the Church would be ordered before a tribunal.

TCW | Reply 28.11.2014 13.21

We are receiving reports of Pinterest, Facebook, & other social media sites (of those who "claim" the name Catholic) with content incompatible with de fide.
These must be purged by their owners, or they will not be eligible to receive sacraments.

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