Adopting the liberal religion of
Protestantism and of the Revolution, the naturalistic principles
of J.J. Rousseau, the atheistic liberties of the Declaration of
the Rights of Man, the principle of human dignity no longer having
any relation with truth and moral dignity, the Roman authorities
turn their backs on their predecessors and break with the Catholic
Church, and they put themselves at the service of the destroyers
of Christianity and of the universal Kingdom of Our Lord Jesus
The present acts of John Paul II and
the national episcopates illustrates, year by year, this radical
change in the conception of the Faith, the Church, the priesthood,
the world, and salvation by grace.
The high point of this rupture with
the previous Magisterium of the Church took place at Assisi, after
the visit to the synagogue. The public sin against the one, true
God, against the Incarnate Word, and His Church, makes us shudder
with horror. John Paul II encourages the false religions to pray
to their false gods—an immeasurable, unprecedented scandal.
We might recall here our
Declaration of November 21, 1974, which remains
more relevant than ever.
For us, remaining indefectibly
attached to the Catholic and Roman Church of all times, we are
obliged to take note that this Modernist and liberal religion of
modern and conciliar Rome is always distancing itself more and
more from us, who profess the Catholic Faith of the eleven Popes
who condemned this false religion.
The rupture does not come from us,
but from Paul VI and John Paul II who break with their
This denial of the whole past of the
Church by these two Popes and the bishops who imitate them is an
inconceivable impiety for those who remain Catholic in fidelity to
twenty centuries of the same Faith.
Thus we consider as null everything
inspired by this spirit of denial of the past: all the post-conciliar
reforms, and all the acts of Rome accomplished in this impiety.
We count on the grace of God and the
support of the Virgin Most Faithful, all the martyrs, all the
Popes right up to the Council, and all the holy Founders and
Foundresses of contemplative and missionary orders, to come to our
aid in the renewal of the Church through an integral fidelity to
Buenos Aires, December 2, 1986