Saturday, February 09, 2008

Benedict XVI Octopus Dei true lies

John Allen will be travelling in the papal plane of Benedict XVI's American visit.

As John Allen become bald and older so does his nose become longer like Pinnochio. Here are John Allen's Octopus Dei lies to "save the face" of Benedict XVI who was the last to learn of the newly elected Father General.

1. In December 2007 and early Januray 2008, John Allen wrote that "after the vote, a Jesuit will walk to the Vatican and inform the pope who was newly elected Father General. If and only after the pope approves of him can the Jesuits make it public to the world".

2. But in January 19, after the Jesuits' public announcement, without the Jesuit walking to the Vatican, John Allen wrote that "the pope has preapproved a list of Jesuits to be elected Father General, and Fr. Nicolas was one of the names in the preapproved list."

3. After our postings that the pope was the last person to be informed, John Allen now writes that "the Jesuit Lombardi called Gänswein (private GAY secretary) on his cell phone, so he could relay the news to the pope..."

Three strikes and you are out, John Allen. Your fourth Octopus Dei lie will be "the Jesuits relayed the news to the pope via mental telepathy"!

It is amazing how Opus Dei can spin in the media and cook up subtle poisonous lies and feed them to blind Catholics through the ncr cafe of their official autobiographer John Allen.

And the Octopus Dei smear campaign against the Jesuits is endless, John Allen had to say:
Lombardi was thus able to inform Benedict directly of the name of the new “black pope.”
New Black Pope when the real Black Pope is the twin-pope of Benedict, the Opus Dei Bishop of Rome, Bishop Echevarria.

The "Pope approved" is an Opus Dei desperate lie via their puppet mouthpiece John Allen -- nowhere is the phrase "Pope approved" ever mentioned in the General Congregation 35 Hompage

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John Allen Octopus Dei lies in ncr cafe

Finally, a brief note on something the Italians would call una curiosità, meaning something interesting, even though it’s not really all that significant. It’s a question Smolira did not address, though one I’ve been carrying around for several days.

As is well known, the Jesuit constitutions specify that the order is free to choose its own leader – the Jesuits do not need the approval of the pope for the man they select. Nonetheless, the Jesuit practice is to inform the pope immediately after the election, so that he is the first person to hear the result. In fact, the delegates remain in the grand aula of the Jesuit Curia until the pope has been informed.

I’ve been wondering, however, what exactly it means to say that the pope has been “informed.” Does that mean, for example, that a fax was sent over to the papal apartment with the name of the new Father General? Did someone actually scuttle across St. Peter’s Square to bring the news? How, exactly, did this work, and are we really sure that the pope himself knew the name before the news made its way around the world?

Having put that question to several people over the course of this week, I’m finally in a position to reconstruct the event.

Once the date of the vote had been set for January 19, the Jesuit leadership asked Jesuit Fr. Federico Lombardi, the Vatican spokesperson and a member himself of the General Congregation, to look into the best way to get the news to the pope. Lombardi in turn contacted Monsignor Georg Gänswein, the private secretary of the pope, to ask how best to reach Benedict on Saturday morning. Gänswein explained that the pope would be in his apartment until mid-morning, and then would be in the Apostolic Palace holding audiences for the rest of the morning. In any event, Gänswein said, Lombardi should call Gänswein on his cell phone, so he could relay the news to the pope.

(As a footnote, anyone who has ever been in the Apostolic Palace knows that its thick stone walls mean that cell phone reception can sometimes be spotty. Apparently, Gänswein advised Lombardi that if he was unable to get through, he should call the main Vatican switchboard and ask to be transferred to Gänswein’s desk.)

Shortly after the election of Nicolás, Lombardi reached Gänswein's cell phone with the news that a new Father General of the Society of Jesus had been elected. Benedict XVI was at that moment in the middle of an audience, but Gänswein asked Lombardi to wait, and then passed his cell phone to the pope. Lombardi was thus able to inform Benedict directly of the name of the new “black pope.”

In summary, thanks in part to the miracle of cellular communications, the process worked exactly the way it’s supposed to: Benedict personally learned the name of the new Jesuit general before the rest of the world.

(One final footnote: Ever the gracious figure, Benedict XVI apparently apologized to Lombardi that he wasn’t able to speak at length, but stayed on the phone long enough to learn not just Nicolás’ name but also a brief summary of his background.)

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Cell Phone! Look at the pictures, John Allen. And read the chronicle of events of the election of the new Father General and his meeting the media. NO Benedict XVI.

If the Jesuits really called the GAY private secretary of the Pope, they would have mentioned it. Jesuits do NOT lie -- unlike the Opus Dei and YOU do!

John Allen, you have sold your soul years ago to St? Josemaria Escriba and you can keep lying for the Opus Dei and be the herald of their WORLD DOMINATION agenda. The fact is, the B16-OD Benedict XVI-Opus Dei Titanic Ship has been hit by the Gelileo Iceberg at La Sapienza University in Rome and no cell phone or May Day from ncr-cafe is going to save the B16-OD Titanic Ship from sinking......



Rome Reports TV News Agency video of Fr. General meet the press -- Fr. General says "(The Pope and us Jesuits) We are not physically close..." this statemetns proves that the Jesuits are not among the Opus Dei monopoly group of the Pope at the Vatican and proves the myth of Jesuit Assassins.


This is the official "19 Jan: Election Day Chronicle" of the new Father General with photos to prove it

1. The day began early for the 216 electors who gathered for an 8:00 Mass in the Church of the Holy Spirit just across the street from the Jesuit Curia. Father Frank Case, Secretary General of the Society of Jesus, presided at the liturgy in which was a moment of deep prayer before the serious business of choosing the new superior general. The electors invoked the aid of the Holy Spirit, their prayer amplified by the music of an all-Jesuit chorale.

2. Fr. Federico San Feliu and Fr. Frank Case at the main altar in the Church of the Holy Spirit. (Photo)

3. The 217 electors filled most of the places in the church. (photo)

4. Another moment in the Eurcharist which initiated the election day. (Photo)

Photos 1,3 Tom Rochford SJ | Photo 2 Dani Villanueva SJ

5. After Mass they moved into the Curia around 9:00 and climbed the stairs up to the "aula" or large meeting room where the voting would take place. Once the last elector entered the aula, the doors were closed and access to the aula cut off to guard the secrecy of the election which took place in strict silence. Another hour of prayer preceded the vote in which each elector wrote the name of his choice on paper and placed it in a ballot box. The doors closed at 9:30 and would not open again until the election of the new general. (photo)

6. Father Kolvenbach chatting with one of the electors at the end of Mass. (photo)

7. Concelebrants exiting the Church of the Holy Spirit to cross the street to the Curia Generalis of the Society. (Photo)

8. Father Kolvenbach entering the aula. To his right is Father Mark Rotsaert president of the Jesuit conferences of Europe. (Photo)

9. Fr. Ignacio Echarte closing the door of the aula at 9:30 a.m. in order to start the election process.

(Photos 1,2 Dani Villanueva SJ | Photos 3-5 Tom Rochford SJ)

10. The waiting began. Only electors were allowed in the aula; everyone else, including community members and congregation staff, had to wait in the room below and listen for the telltale applause that would signal an election. About 11:15 there was a false alarm, then at 11:45 came the loud, sustained applause let us know that we had a new Superior General. A bell in the Curia signaled that the community could enter the aula and salute the new general. (Photo)

11. Only electors could be present in the Aula during the election; everyone else had to stand outside and wait. (Photo)

12. When they heard the applause begin, Tom Rochford and Don Doll ran towards the aula to get the first photos of the new Father General.

Photo 1: Tom Rochford SJ | Photo 2: Dani Villanueva SJ

13. As the door to the aula opened, the whispers swept down the stairs: "Adolfo Nicolás, it's Adolfo!" It was public Father Adolfo Nicolás, former provincial of Japan and currently president of the Jesuit Conference of East Asia and Oceana, had been selected as the 29th Superior General of the Jesuits. Father Peter-Hans Kolvenbach, his predecessor, read the decree formally naming him, and then Father General Nicolás placed his hand on the Holy Scriptures and professed his faith, kneeling before a crucifix in the center of the aula. Only then did the electors--beginning with Father Kolvenbach and followed by the Curia community--congratulate the new general. Many expressed their emotion and affection by a wordless hug, and some had tears in their eyes. (Photo)

14. After hearing the results, all those in the aula rose to their feet applauding Father Nicolás while he walked toward the president's table. (Photo)

15. Father Peter-Hans Kolvenbach greeting Father Adolfo Nicolás, the new superior general. (Photo)

16. All the electors came forward to greet the newly named Father General. (Photo)

17. Father Adolfo Nicolás reading his profession of faith as the new Superior General of the Society of Jesus. (Photo)

18. Father Bradley Schaeffer greeting the new general with great affection. (Photo)

19. Father Lisbert C. D'Souza with Father General. (Photo)

20. Fr. Dumortier, provincial of France, greeting Father General with great affection. (Photo)

Photos 1-5: Don Doll SJ | Photos 6,7 Dani Villanueva SJ

After all the congratulations, Father General went to the main Curia chapel where electors and community awaited him. There he presided at a prayer service which began with a song of praise and the Litany of the Saints. Father General Nicolás blessed everyone and then the simple service ended with a Salve Regina. The electors then dispersed to the various Jesuit communities where they are staying, somewhat tired from four intense days of prayer and conversation but bouyed up by the conviction that the Spirit had indeed led them to choose a man who could lead the Society well. (Photo)

21. The new Father General presided over the prayer service took place in the chapel of St. Francis Borgia. To the left in the pews sat Father Kolvenbach. (Photo)

22. Father General Adolfo Nicolaás praying the litany of the saints and blesseds of the Society. (Photo)

23. Father General presiding over the prayer service. (Photo)

Photo 1: Dani Villanueva SJ | Photo 2, 3: Tom Rochford SJ


Election of a Father General -- In the words of St. Ignatius Loyola

Chapter 6: The Manner of Reaching a Decision in the Election of a General.

When the congregation has convened that was summoned to elect a new general after the death of his predecessor, he who has been given the function of vicar should address all its members, four days before the election of the new general, exhorting them to make it in a way conducive to the greater service of God and the good governance of the Society. In addition to this day, they will have another period of three days to commend themselves to God and reflect better upon who in the whole Society might be most suitable for that office. They will seek to be informed by those capable of supplying good information but make no decision until they have entered and been locked into the place of the election.

During this period each one will be obliged to manifest to the vicar or to one of those professed the longest [now a panel of men from each of the assistancies] if he knows that someone has directly or indirectly sought this office or is seeking it, either by trying to get it or by giving indications in that direction.

On the day of the election, which will be that following the three mentioned, the Mass of the Holy Spirit should be said, and all should attend and receive Communion.

Later at the sound of the bell those with the right to vote should be summoned to the place of assembly. One of them should deliver a sermon in which he exhorts them in a general way, with no suggestion of alluding to any individual, to choose a superior such as is required for the greater divine service. After all together have recited the hymn Veni Creator Spiritus, they should be locked inside the place of the congregation by one of the superiors or rectors or another member of the Society charged with this in the house where the assembly is held. They are enclosed in such a manner that they may not leave nor be given any food except bread and water until they have elected a general.

The following procedure should be followed. First, each one should pray privately and, without speaking with anyone else, make the decision in the presence of his Creator and Lord on the basis of the information he has. He will write on a piece of paper the name of the person whom he chooses for superior general, and sign it with his name. One hour at most should be given for this. Thereupon all should assemble in their seats. The vicar, together with a secretary to be chosen for this purpose from among the professed and by another to assist should arise and attest his wish to admit no one he should not, nor to include anyone. He should give to all general absolution from all censures for purposes of the canonical election. After the grace of the Holy Spirit has been invoked, he should go with his companions to a table placed in the center. The three should request their votes from one another and before handing it over each should pronounce an oath that he is naming the man whom he judges in our Lord most fit for the office. The votes should be kept together in the hands of the secretary. Then they should request each member of the congregation to hand in his vote by himself and in the sight of all, similarly in writing and preceded by the same oath.

Afterwards in the presence of all the secretary should read the votes aloud, naming only the person chosen. Then the numbers should be compared with each other, and the person found to have more than half of all the votes is be the superior general. Accordingly, the vicar will formulate the decree of election, saying:

“In the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, I, N., in my own name and the name of all those who have the same opinion, elect N. as superior general for the Society of Jesus.” This done, all should immediately step forward to do him reverence, kneeling on both knees they should kiss his hand. The person selected will not be able to refuse either the election or the reverence, calling to mind in whose name he is obliged to accept it. Then all should recite together the Te Deum laudamus.

A Complete English Translation of the Official Latin Texts
John W. Padberg, S.J., General Editor
The Institute of Jesuit Sources
St. Louis, 1996


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