The P*chamama controversy has shown the blindness and excesses of ultramontanism. At first, Catholic men from both left and right attempted to tell us the idols of P*chamama were our Lady and St. Elizabeth. Then, when the Vatican press said it was not our Lady but a symbol of fertility, Mother Earth, whatever you like, then the ultramontanists insisted it was a legitimate enculturation (or else still insisted it was our Lady). Then when the Pontiff himself called them “statues of the P*chamama” the ultramontanists zeroed in on the fact that Pope Francis said that their use was “without idolatrous intent.” Are we to believe that a Catholic can lawfully set up idols of known demons and pagan deities and show them bodily and ritual honor…without idolatrous intent? Now it is revealed that the Italian bishops were publishing prayers to the demon P*chamama and prayer vigils were being held to pray to this demon in Italian churches. Without idolatrous intent?
Thankfully, even moderate Catholics are not buying it. This is part of a neo-pagan Feminist takeover of the Church that has been a long time coming, since Teilhard de Chardin denied Original Sin and was not suppressed, St. John Paul II caused demons to be worshiped inside a Church, and venerated the demonic Qur’an. Fr. Dwight Longenecker (no traditionalist himself) has exposed the combined efforts of this feminist neo-paganism here. Longenecker as well as Taylor Marshall—-both former Anglicans—have seen the same machinations in the Church to “ordain” women as they witnessed among the Anglican heretics.
Brethren, let us offer with all zeal and charity to Almighty God our reparation. On the First Fridays, P*chamama is worshiped. In reparation and petition let us offer instead Reparation to the Sacred Heart of Jesus Christ our Lord and God.
How to Make the First Fridays
When our Lord revealed His desires to St. Margaret Mary, he made certain promises to those who would fulfill the devotion. In particular, He promised abundant graces for a good death. To receive these promised graces, a soul must simply Communicate on nine consecutive First Fridays of every month. It is praiseworthy to offer these in reparation to our Lord’s Sacred Heart, wounded by our sins of impurity, lack of charity, and idolatry.
Another important devotion to the Sacred Heart is the enthronement of the Sacred Heart in the Home. This dedicates the family to the rule of Jesus Christ and provides the necessary foundation of the Christian home.
Above all, do not lose hope but press on, brethren, fighting under the banner of Christ the King. Let us raise our children to fight for him and fight for the faith. Remember the words of our Lord: he that shall persevere to the end, he shall be saved (Mt. xxiv. 13).
Timothy S. Flanders