Martin Luther And The Destruction Of The Holy Mass

Martin Luther And The Destruction Of The Holy Mass

Luther And The Destruction Of The Mass.

How did we get from the ancient, Christocentric, traditional Latin Mass, to the man-made fabrication of the post-Vatican II New Mass?

Apostate Martin Luther, once a Catholic priest of the Order of St. Augustine, was the first to advocate and to instigate the destruction of the Mass. His slogan of “Tolle missam, tolle Ecclesiam” “destroy the Mass, destroy the Church” – is indicative of his diabolical hatred for the venerable Latin Mass of the Roman rite.

In 1522 (WA 10:2, 220), countering Henry VIII’s defense of the Catholic Church, Luther wrote:

“Having triumphed over the Mass, I think we have triumphed over the whole papacy. For upon the Mass as upon a rock is built the whole papacy with its monasteries, its bishoprics, its colleges, its altars, its ministers, its doctrines, and leans on it with its whole weight. And all these things must fall with the sacrilegious and abominable Mass.  

So Christ through me (sic) has begun to unmask the abomination standing in the holy place, and to destroy him, whose coming was through the operation of Satan in all wonders and lying miracles.

Nonetheless, in order to obtain success towards this end and without danger, it will be necessary to preserve some of the ceremonies of the old Mass for the weak minded, who would be scandalized with a too rapid change.”

RESTORE THE TRADITIONAL RITES OF THE CHURCH, RESTORE THE LATIN MASS, RESTORE THE FAITH!

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