Today is the feast of St. Norbert of Xanten, ardent defender of the Holy Eucharist and valiant defender of Holy Mother against crypto-Jew and antipope Anacletus II.
Anti-Pope Victor IV relinquishes his false claim. St. Bernard of Clairveaux ends the crisis.
Many crucial points of Catholic historiography have been memory-holed in modern Catholic discourse. In fact, since the all-hallowed Council, which blasphemously presupposed (in a most Talmudic fashion) that God the Holy Ghost made errors remediable only by modern(ist) man, a near total embargo has descended upon discussion of certain groups once regarded as the Church’s implacable foes. To know who rules over sanitized Church history, simply find out which among the Church’s enemies can never brook the slightest historiographical criticism. Investigating similarly as to who rules over present online posts and discussions touching upon Catholic history, inquirers would run up against a secretive prohibition that would scuttle all exchanges questioning that particular and wholly supremacist ruling group.
What happened to Holy Mother in history has huge bearing on what is happening now. History is utilized as…
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