“…My loyal sacred servants, will have to defend their faith”


During the last few years, we have seen many good bishops and priests – “loyal sacred servants” defend the True Faith. Beginning with Cardinal Burke and the Dubia Cardinals, and now, on a more regular basis Bp. Schneider and Abp. Vigano. There have also been many priests that have been removed/ persecuted for preaching the Truth.

Some of you may remember our article “As the darkness envelops us” referring to our own trials in this country. More specifically, the article relates how a diocesan bishop and his modernist cronies are trying to introduce a new religious curriculum. Greg Whitby himself ( of Parramatta Catholic Education Office foretold that “many good devout Catholics” will fight against this curriculum.

However, we have a good shepherd in this diocese, who has had many run-ins with the bishop, and Has been called to his office on more than one occasion. He was removed from working in parishes and sent to work with nuns in an enclosed order. But in reality, this has not changed a thing.

Other priests joined in to support Fr Rizzo, one of them a theologian, who studied at the Vatican and a Franciscan friar who said :”. . Maybe I’ll be sent to Siberia, but i like Russian food. It seems he has also been removed

Read the background story here:


The latest development, because of all the resistance, there has been a new draft of the curriculum. Some elements have been removed, and it is now twice as long. ( Typical modernist strategy). However, Fr Rizzo was onto it, and continues to preach about it.

Below is his recent Open Letter to the Pope:

+ An Open Letter to the Holy Father

from Father John Rizzo – Sydney, Australia (Diocese of Parramatta) 25 October 2020
“Dear Holy Father, Pope Francis
In the 2nd chapter of St Paul to the Galatians, we read of St Paul expressing his opposition to St Peter, the first Pope. The issue at hand was Peter insisting that Old Testament rituals must be used with newly baptised Gentiles. Paul resisted. St Paul says: “When Peter came to Antioch, I opposed him to his face because he was clearly in the wrong.” Peter later recanted his errors and reaffirmed the teachings of the Church.
   Holy Father, I kindly address to you my opposition to your recent statement regarding homosexual civil unions. The world’s media is quoting you as saying: “What we have to create is a civil union law – that way they are legally covered. I stood up for that.” Pope Francis, you are the Vicar of Christ – the word ‘Vicar’ meaning ‘representative’. You represent Jesus Christ, the One who said that He is ‘the Way, the Truth and the Life.’ Your public statement endorses a sinful lifestyle. Your words express protection of a homosexual lifestyle. Your position as Pope to 1.2 billion Catholics means that your private opinion becomes ‘instant doctrine’ so to speak. Your words carry much weight on the world stage. In this particular instance, you lend strength to a lifestyle that the Catholic Church defines as “intrinsically disordered”.
 Holy Father, the Catholic Church is indeed your stage – or should be. You seek not this kingdom, not the kingdom of the world, but the next Kingdom. You are the Shepherd, and the Catholic Church teaches: “Respect for homosexuals cannot lead in any way to approval of homosexual behaviour, or to legal recognition of homosexual unions”: Considerations Regarding Proposals to give Legal Recognition to Unions between Homosexual Persons (paragraph 11). This document was written in 2003 by the future Pope Benedict XVI of very happy memory, whilst Prefect for the Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith under Pope John Paul II – future Saint. This powerful representation of Church teaching gives specific guidelines on the need to reject homosexual civil unions. Quoting a few further references: ‘All Catholics are obliged to oppose the legal recognition of homosexual unions…. Catholic politicians are obliged to do so in a particular way…. When legislation in favour of the recognition of homosexual unions is proposed for the first time in a legislative assembly, the Catholic law-maker has a moral duty to express his opposition clearly and publicly and to vote against it. To vote in favour of a law so harmful to the common good is gravely immoral.” (paragraph 10).
Holy Father, these words of compliance and instruction are directed to mere politicians – how much more so would they apply to you? Please get off the world stage, look after your flock, and do not seek compromise with the world. GK Chesterton once said ‘We do not need a Church that changes with the world. Rather we need a Church that changes the world.’ Holy Father, change the world. Let secular governments decide how to protect civil unions, whether they be gay or heterosexual. This is not your domain. Your domain, Holy Father, is to speak the words of Jesus Christ. You call for respect for homosexuals, and rightly so. In 1998, the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith put out a brief epistle entitled ‘Letter to the Bishops of the Catholic Church on the Pastoral Care of Homosexual Persons’, we read:
• In paragraph 3: “Special concern and pastoral attention should be directed towards those who have this condition, less they be led to believe that the living out of this orientation in homosexual activity is a morally acceptable union. It is not.”
• In paragraph 13: “The Bishops have the particularly grave responsibility to see to it that their assistants in the ministry, above all the priests, are rightly informed and personally disposed to bring the teaching of the Church in its integrity to everyone…. Such devoted ministers should have the confidence that they are faithfully following the will of the Lord by encouraging homosexual persons to lead to a chaste life and by affirming that person’s God-given dignity and worth.”
• In paragraph 15: “We wish to make it clear that departure from the Church’s teaching, or silence about it, in an effort to provide pastoral care is neither caring nor pastoral. Only what is true can ultimately be pastoral…. An authentic pastoral programme will assist homosexual persons at all levels of the spiritual life: through the Sacraments, and in particular through the frequent and sincere use of the Sacrament of Reconciliation, through prayer, witness, counsel and individual care.”
Holy Father, we want all practising homosexuals to be part of the family of the Church, but this can only be through their conversion to a chaste lifestyle. Our
Lord reminds us in the fifth chapter of Saint Matthew “Let your speech be yes, yes; no, no: that which is over and above these is of the evil one.” Your double-speak renders confusion, and a secularised press will seek to have you misunderstood. The greatest respect that we give to all sinners is to pray for their conversion, and continue to love the sinner but hate the sin. At the request of Our Lady of Fatima, to whom you dedicated your Papacy, I join my prayers to yours for that particular intention of the Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart of Mary: the conversion of sinners and the salvation of souls.”

In the Book of Truth Jesus tells us what to expect in these times and he implores his priests (sacred servants) to fight for Him.

  • those holy vicars of Mine, My loyal sacred servants, will have to defend their faith”  …  I will hold you all by the hand and help you through this turmoil. But you must open your hearts. Block any attempt to seduce you into joining in the evil one’s plotting. Retain purity of heart and mind. Be humble in your outlook. But never be afraid to defend your right to believe in Me. …                (3 March,2011)


  • … What you must not do is to accept any doctrine presented to you and which you will know, instantly, is not in accordance with My Teachings. …”(8 March 2013)
  • “…The abolition of sin will be seen in the indoctrination of children’s education. Children, especially, will be force-fed heresies. They will be told that if they do not accept these teachings that they will be guilty of judging harshly those, who declare sin to be a good thing. Children will be instructed to never openly proclaim the Word of God in the presence of others for fear of being accused of being anti-human rights.

Any attempt to promote morality, in any way, amongst the young, will be violently opposed and condemned. Christians, and those who publicly declare their right to implement Christian Teachings will be beaten down and silenced.  …” (10 March 2014)

See our new series of messages to priests: Go to home page and see menu item “Selection of messages from the Book of Truth for priests”

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